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The image above shows the snow depth in the Northern Hemisphere on December 7, 2002, derived from the National Space Development Agency of Japan’s (NASDA) Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer for EOS (AMSR-E) on the Aqua satellite. Low frequency channels (6.9 and 10.7 GHz) of AMSR-E may improve upon the snow…(Read More)

Though the Sea of Okhotsk off the eastern coast of Russia is almost entirely covered in ice during the winter months, it is one of the more productive marine environments in the world during the late spring and summer months. Though the island is now officially part of Russia, it has switched hands several times…(Read More)

The Royal Jordanian Geographic Center (RJGC) provides all institutions in public and private sectors with all kinds of maps, charts, aerial and space images, geographical information and survey points coordinates of high resolution, in addition to qualifying and training technicians, ...

A colder than normal North American winter saw the entire surface areas of Lakes Superior, Huron, and Erie frozen over for the first time in years. Although the open surface waters of Lake Michigan did not freeze this season, the southern portion experienced a higher than normal amount of ice. Winds and currents drove broken…(Read More)

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