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Monitoring Polar Changes: Scientists Deploy Many Tools to Measure Sea Ice Thickness
December 29, 2014
The extent of the polar ice caps is shrinking. This simple fact has been common knowledge since the late 1970s thanks to the added...
Mobile System Alerts Dubai Drivers of Approaching Sandstorms
October 16, 2014
Periodically, large sandstorms and low-visibility conditions wreak havoc in the Middle East, with potentially deadly consequences...
UNEP Takes Advantage of Today’s Technology for Better and Cheaper Monitoring
May 28, 2014
The United Nations Environment Program is responsible for assisting countries in the collection of environmental data for more...
The Abyss, Now Live on Your Desktop
August 5, 2013
The advent of Earth-observation satellites transformed how we view our planet—from occasional snapshots to near continuous,...
Sensing the Forest for Fuel, Fire, and Recovery
May 6, 2013
Every year, several hundred million hectares of forest, grasslands, and other types of vegetation burn throughout the world,...
Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring
July 31, 2012
The idea for biosensors — using some part of an organism to generate a signal to measure or monitor the presence of a substance...
Traffic Data Hits on Real-Time Needs
June 25, 2012
For decades, state and local departments of transportation have collected traffic data by means of a variety of methods — including...
Mapping Carbon in the Forests: Seeing Both the Forest and the Trees
May 8, 2012
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most important anthropogenic greenhouse gas. As forests grow, they absorb CO2 from the atmosphere,...
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