Department of Geophysics and Science Guide
ASTER will be used to obtain detailed maps of surface temperature, emissivity, and reflectance elevation. ASTER is an imaging instrument on EOS AM-1, a satellite launched in 1998 as part of NASA's Earth Observing System (EOS).
Resource tracing the formation of the earth over 4.5 billion years, why there are ocean basins, explaining how the earth has evolved, how to read rocks, mountains and continents and continents, what causes climate and climate change, and what makes the earth habitable.
Founded in 1820, the Society's aims are the encouragement and promotion of astronomy and geophysics. The main functions are to publish the results of astronomical and geophysical research, to maintain as complete a library as possible and to hold meetings
Association that represents the primary international focus for research in volcanology, such as igneous geochemistry and petrology, efforts to mitigate volcanic disasters, and research into related disciplines, geochronology and petrology, geochronology, volcanogenic mineral deposit
Details can be viewed by subject, country or date. Includes a facility to submit new events for inclusion. Listing of forthcoming events in the fields of geology, geophysics and geoengineering.
Index to 500 earth science journals, with topics including analytical techniques, atmospheric sciences, cartography, geophysics, mineralogy, ocean sciences, planetary sciences, and volcanology. This French mirror also includes links to other Earth Science
NASA and its partners are striving to discover patterns in climate that will allow prediction of environmental events such as floods and severe winters. NASA program that aims to capture the spirit of exploration and focus it back on the Earth.
Collection of data relating to solar activity, the ionosphere, and geomagnetic variations. Includes the numbers, positions, areas, and classifications of sunspots, radio flux measurements, solar irradiance measurements, and x-ray observations of the coron
Project is to investigate the Sun-Earth space environment. Includes information for scientists and the public about the The ISTP is a collaborative effort between NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), and the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science.
UK mirror of major international geophysical data centre.
Monitors regional and global changes on Earth and explores the causes and effects of climactic and environmental change through the use of satellite data. Includes sections on climate and biosphere monitoring, earth science, tropical cyclone and hurricane
Extensive collection of resources and teaching guides covering meteorology, weather forecasting and other areas of the geosciences.
World Data Center A for Solid Earth Geophysics. Headings include ecosystems, education, environment, gravity, heatflow, hotsprings, magnetics, natural hazards and National centre supporting environmental research and offering extensive public domain data.
NASA funded project whose main resource is three sets of abstracts: 1) astronomy and astrophysics, containing 460, containing 240, 000 abstracts; 2) instrumentation, 000 abstracts; and 3) physics and geophysics and 3) physics and geophysics, containing 220,000 abstracts.
Includes short- and long-term magnetic activity forecasts and plots of one-minute variations of the geomagnetic field. An in-depth geomagnetic hazards section discusses effects o Resources for keeping track of the Earth's magnetic field throughout Canada.
Tables of contents only. Covers integrated applications in the geotechnologies, including remote sensing, GIS, image processing, GPS, mapping, photogrammetry, orthophotography, and surveying.
Universidad de Chile, Santiago.
Tables of contents available. Research and theory in geophysics, geochemistry, sedimentology, geomorphology, petrology, plate tectonics, volcanology, structural geology, mineralogy, and planetary sciences.
International scientific society with more than 35000 members in over 115 countries.
This supplement provides additional information about subjects that appear in the printed version of Eos as a way of extending coverage in areas of growing importance to geophysical scientists. Brief material in the printed component of Eos will reference
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