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MODIS-Terra images of seasonal flooding in Malawi. Left: 12/26/2006. Right: 1/11/2007. The Shire River, subject of a 2014 paper that used Giovanni, flows from Lake Malawi into the Zambezi River through wetlands, including the “Elephant Marsh".
Jul 28, 2014 - Giovanni publications for the first half of 2014

103 publications tallied in peer-reviewed journals or scientific books

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SeaWiFS aerosol data can be used to examine dust storms, such as this Mediterranean dust storm occurring in September 2006.
Jul 21, 2014 - Aerosol data from SeaWiFS, 1997-2010, now available in Giovanni-4

Giovanni-4 provides more analysis methods, new visualizations, and faster performance

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Precipitation time series for the Bosnia-Herzegovina flood event in mid-May 2014.
Jun 27, 2014 - The June 2014 issue of The Giovanni News is online

Articles on Giovanni 4.8 release, Bosnia-Herzegovina floods, Czech Republic vegetation

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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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March-May 2013 anomaly of the 2-meter above ground temperature from the NLDAS-2 Primary Forcing data set.
Jul 11, 2013 - When is spring coming? NLDAS data look at a chilly season

North American Land Data Assimilation System data provide weather and climate insights

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Comparison of the prior version of the OMI formaldehyde data (left), the new version (middle), and the new version with the reference sector correction (right), for the June-July-August 2012 time period.
Jul 15, 2014 - New version of OMI formaldehyde data product released
Formaldehyde (HCHO) in the atmosphere stems from pollution sources and biomass burning
 
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