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MODIS-Aqua nighttime temperatures in Europe, June 2008, mapped with Giovanni-4.  The data is from the Land Processes DAAC, a Federated Giovanni partner.
Feb 24, 2015 - The January-February 2015 issue of The Giovanni News is online

Issue has articles on Federated Giovanni, 2014 publication count, OMI data, and "Top 10" cake

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Version 4.2 Microwave Limb Sounder data will improve analyses of atmospheric chemistry, such as these observations of Arctic ozone depletion in mid-March 2011.
Feb 23, 2015 - Aura-MLS science team announces release of Version 4.2 data

Microwave Limb Sounder data are archived at the NASA GES DISC

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Preliminary CO2 global concentrations (volume mixing ratios, in parts per million) from OCO-2 for October 1 – November 11, 2014. OCO-2 leads the “A-Train” satellite constellation.
Jan 30, 2015 - NASA GES DISC Prepares for Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Data from OCO-2

Satellite will provide unprecedented high-resolution observations of key greenhouse gas

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MODIS-Aqua chlorophyll concentrations in the Pacific Equatorial Upwelling Zone, November 9-16, 2014.  Arrow indicates a "Tehuantepec Wind" mixing event signature.
Dec 10, 2014 - Effects of the “Almost El Niño” of 2014 on Phytoplankton Chlorophyll Concentrations in the Pacific Equatorial Upwelling

Changes in the Equatorial Pacific affect phytoplankton growth and concentration

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Image acquired by MODIS-Terra on April 23, 2014, as a massive dust storm covered much of China.
May 14, 2014 - April dust storm surges through China from the Taklimakan Desert

2014 dust outbreak moves from the Tibetan Plateau to the Pacific coast

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CarbonTracker (carbontracker.noaa.gov) xCO2 column average over the entire atmospheric column for the year 2010.
Feb 06, 2014 - Satellite observations of carbon dioxide: Why are they important; and what CO2 data from different NASA missions tell us

NASA GES DISC provides access to current satellite archive of atmospheric CO2 data while awaiting launch of OCO-2

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