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18 December 2018
Scientists can now measure ice flow in Antarctica in far more detail, thanks to the help of a new satellite technology. Using a novel satellite technique called interferometric synthetic aperture radar, or InSAR, scientists can measure the direction of slow ice movement with extreme levels of precision. Slow ice movement is defined as a shift of 1 to 30 meters (3 to 98 feet) per year.
13 December 2018
Today at 4 pm EST, AGU is holding a press conference titled “New Insights into the Formation of Tornadoes” at Fall Meeting 2018. To help you get a picture of the tornado research, check out this beautiful cartoon created by JoAnna Wendel.
12 December 2018
Tracking human demographic, climate, and environmental data may help scientists predict and prioritize areas with high risk for mosquito-borne diseases, according to new research.