NASA/Marshall Earth Science 1997 Stories
1997 Science Highlights Preview: Earth Systems Science
Science From Space
[Lightning From Space][Seeing the Past from Space]
Space is the premier vantage point for viewing the Earth and studying its complex climate and weather processes. In 1997, scientists from NASA/Marshall and the Global Hydrology and Climate Center (GHCC) made significant advances in our understanding of the Earth's weather and climate as a large-scale, complex system.
Learn more about Project Atlanta and Urban Heat Island Research at NASA/Marshall and the GHCC!!!
|Hot 'Lanta: NASA, school kids team to study how trees help cities keep their cool||May 8, 1997|
|Project Atlanta at NASA/Marshall and the Global Hydrology and Climate Center|
Learn more about measuring the Earth's temperature from space, and global warming research at NASA/Marshall and the GHCC!!!
|Is Earth's Temperature Up or Down or Both?||February 5, 1997|
|Global Climate Monitoring: The Accuracy of Satellite Data||March 12, 1997|
|How Dry is the Tropical Free Troposphere?||July 14, 1997|
|Accurate "Thermometers" in Space: The State of Climate Measurement Science||October 6, 1997|
Learn more about lightning measurements from space from space, and severe weather research at NASA/Marshall and the GHCC!!!
|The Value of Real-Time Lightning Detection||February 5, 1997|
|Launch of the Lightning Imaging Sensor aboard the Tropical Rainfall Measurement Mission||November 1997|
|Lightning Research at NASA/Marshall and the GHCC|
|Optical Transient Detector Home-Page|
Learn more about Space Archaeology at NASA/Marshall and the GHCC!!!
Authors: Dr. John Horack, Dave Dooling
Curator: Bryan Walls
NASA Official: Dr. Gregory S. Wilson, Director
Last updated November 19, 1997