The NASA official pages are full of audiovisual resources of great scientific inerés, presentation formats accessible to a vast majority of curious and interested in science.
Accelerated vision global phenomena ( rainfall, sea temperature, Fire …) allows us to see these phenomena in a new light.
Global Maps are a set of pages that can see animated sequences for the presence or action of certain phenomena, at the global level.
NASA satellites give us a global view of what’s happening on our planet.
- Aerosol Optical Depth
- Aerosol Size
- Carbon Monoxide
- Cloud Fraction
- Land Surface Temperature
- Land Surface Temperature Anomaly
- Net Primary Productivity
- Net Radiation
- Sea Surface Temperature
- Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly
- Snow Cover
- Total Rainfall
- Water Vapor
Como ejemplo, we can see one of the pages that in this case we show the average temperature of the sea water.
Sea surface temperatures have a large influence on climate and weather. For example, every 3 to 7 years a wide swath of the Pacific Ocean along the equator warms by 2 to 3 degrees Celsius. (NASA Global Maps)
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