Tropical cyclones from 1950 to 2005

To kick off the Atlantic Hurricane Season, officially started on the 1st of June, NOAA published a dataset showing the tracks of all tropical cyclones from 1950 to 2005. According to NOAA, this hurricane season may be ...

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Why is the ocean salty?

Ever wondered why the ocean is so salty? National Geographic has provided a very simple explanation in the video above! Check here to learn more about how our satellites study ocean conditions. ...

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Your life on Earth

Ever wondered how the Earth has changed since you were born? A new online tool from the BBC gives you the chance to find out. How have sea levels changed in your lifetime? How many volcanic eruptions and earthquake ...

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Working out sea ice changes

Usually in the month of September, scientists announce what the minimum sea ice in the Arctic was for the summer. These calculations use a range of information including satellite observations. EUMETSAT has a dedicated S ...

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