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Global warming ‘hiatus’ is the climate change myth that refuses to die

Posted on 26 December 2018 by Kevin C, Stephan Lewandowsky Kevin Cowtan, Professor of Chemistry, University of York and Stephan Lewandowsky, Chair of Cognitive Psychology, University of Bristol This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license….

Bird’s eye view of an iceberg

Take a 360-degree view of an iceberg and sea ice during Operation IceBridge flights over Greenland. This is an excerpt of a full 360 video. View the full video here: https://climate.nasa.gov/climate_resource_center/earth-360.

Greenland’s ice from above

Fly in 360 degrees over Greenland’s graggy glaciers and other ice formations from NASA’s P-3 aircraft. This is an excerpt of a full 360 video. View the full video here: https://climate.nasa.gov/climate_resource_center/earth-360.

NASA celebrates Earth Day and the amazing tech that makes Earth exploration possible

NASA pioneers and supports an amazing range of advanced technologies and tools to help scientists and environmental specialists better understand and protect our home planet – from space lasers to virtual reality, small satellites and smartphone apps. To celebrate Earth…

Two research vessels leave for the twilight zone

A project jointly funded by NASA and the National Science Foundation is heading west from Seattle, straight for the twilight zone. Using two research vessels, the Export Processes in the Ocean from Remote Sensing (EXPORTS) oceanographic campaign will study the…

OMG Apusiaajik Glacier

Ice-filled channel in front of Apusiaajik Glacier as seen during the Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) August 2018 survey. The surface ocean layer is much colder than the deep water below.