NASA Earth Observatory: What's New Week of 4 December 2007

Status Report From: NASA's Earth Observatory
Posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2007


In the News:

* Latest Images:

* Media Alerts

  • Accuracy of Past Hurricane Counts Good
  • Dunes, Climate Models Don't Match Up With Paleomagnetic Records
  • 2002 Alaskan Quake Left 7 Areas of California Stirred but not Shaken
  • Rising Tides Intensify Non-Volcanic Tremor in Earth's Crust
  • Storm Surge Models Help Bangladesh Save Lives
  • Giant Submarine Landslide Identified
  • Don't Judge a Brook By its Color – Brown Waters Are More Natural

* Headlines from the press, radio, and television:

  • Scientists Call for Global Ocean Checkup
  • Winter Forecast a Mild One as Temperatures Get Toastier
  • Better Ocean Monitoring 'Vital'
  • Extreme Tides at Coast Prompt Warnings
  • Carbon Dioxide at Record High, Stoking Warming
  • Southern Ocean Warming Faster Than Others
  • Undersea Slide Set Off Giant Flow
  • Tidal Link to Earthquakes Revealed at Last
  • Analysis: IPCC Issues Dire Climate Change Warning

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