NASA Earth Observatory: What's New Week of 29 January 2008

Status Report From: NASA's Earth Observatory
Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 2008


In the News:

* Latest Images:

* NASA News

  • El Nino at Play as Source of More Intense Regional U.S. Wintertime Storms
  • Antarctic Ice Loss Speeds Up, Nearly Matches Greenland Loss

* Media Alerts

  • Earth's Getting 'Soft' in the Middle
  • Seismic Images Show Dinosaur-Killing Meteor Made Bigger Splash
  • Forests Could Benefit When Fall Color Comes Late
  • Hot Springs Microbes Hold Key to Dating Sedimentary Rocks
  • Newly Discovered Active Fault Building New Dalmation Islands off Croatian Coast
  • First Evidence of Under-Ice Volcanic Eruption in Antarctica
  • Human Activities Contribute to California's Global Warming

* Headlines from the press, radio, and television:

  • Warming May Cut U.S. Hurricane Hits
  • Giant Internal Waves Caught Breaking
  • Unmanned Aircraft Could Monitor Hurricanes
  • Antarctic Volcano May Still be Active
  • Wet Weather a Boon for Coral
  • Thick, Old Arctic Ice Nearly Gone
  • Researchers Challenge Water Flow Model
  • Mix of Factors Led to Record Arctic Ice Melt in 2007

* New Research Highlights

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