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Omniscient GRACE – Using NASA satellites to observe global water resources

A post from Laura Sanchez, from the Water Efficiency magazine editor’s blog, noted that two new satellites were launched into space on May 22nd to monitor the changes in the distribution of water. See below for further details. Omniscient GRACE … Continue reading

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Toward a Satellite-Based Monitoring System for Water Quality

In an article published by Pahlevan et al. on March 5th 2018, (see the link below) information is presented on the use of satellite imagery for water quality monitoring, which was introduced in the Water Quality Workshop for End Users, … Continue reading

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EOS Earth, Space and Science News – January 2018

The newest issue of the the Earth, Space and Science News magazine (Volume 99 No. 1) for January 2018 looks at climate change effects, river flows, weather systems, pollution, threat to  ozone health and much more.     Persons wishing … Continue reading

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Flood Response Using Earth Observation Data and Products

In browsing, the current issue of the EOS Earth and Space  Science News magazine (Volume 98 Issue 2) I came across an article detailing the NASA Flood Response Workshop, which was held in Greenbelt, Maryland, from 14 – 16 June, … Continue reading

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