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NASA Hydrology Satellite observations of terrestrial water cycle

Monitoring of the world’s water resources is challenging due to limited large scale observations, particularly a lack of observations of water beneath the land surface. NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) mission provides an unprecedented view of the regional net terrestrial water balance, with global coverage, over a now ...

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NOAA~GFDL Climate Modelling and Predictions in 21st Century

NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Director, Mr V. Ramaswamy, speaks on the capture of Changes in Earths systems, i.e. Atmosphere, Oceans, Land and Ice, etc utilizing high resolution modelling in the 21st century to predict more detailed regional climate mapping and information. In terms of what has been observed, conclusions ...

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