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A floating iceberg off the Antarctic Peninsula. Photo courtesy CU-Boulder National Snow and Ice Data Center.

U.S. Global Change Research Program provides information designed to help understand, assess, and predict changes in the...

The water cycle: Diagram showing all 16 parts of the water cycle.

Water Cycle examines the movement of water across (and below and above) earth's surface. Among the...

he SeaWinds scatterometer aboard NASA's QuikSCAT satellite collected the data used to create this multicolored image of winds on the surface of the Pacific Ocean. This image taken on Jan. 8, 2004, sh

NASA Oceanography provides online field trips, information about ocean phenomena (such as phytoplankton...

A cartoon of the global carbon cycle. Pools (in black) are gigatons (1Gt = 1x109 Tons) of carbon, and fluxes (in purple) are Gt carbon per year. Illustration courtesy NASA Earth Science Enterprise.

Energy and Material Cycles Visualizations provides animations, images, graphs, and photos on the carbon cycle, greenhouse gases...


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