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Images of Greenland ice melt from a drone

The New York Times published some spectacular pictures of the ice melting in Greenland this summer which were taken by a drone.  You can see these images at http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/28/insider/a-drones-vantage-point-of-a-melting-greenland.html?_r=0 and read more about how the video was taken at the Huffington Post here. If you are interested in why the melting of…
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Video: El Niño explained

If you are wondering how to explain El Niño to your kids (or your grandmother), you might enjoy this video from PBS Digital Studios on El Niño and chaos in the atmosphere at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qPibjwo21g.
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About first dates (of snow)

Deke Arndt of the National Centers for Environment Information posted another informative (and funny) blog on first snow dates in NOAA’s Climate.gov blog, Beyond the Data. You can read it at https://www.climate.gov/news-features/blogs/beyond-data/first-dates. In the Southeast, it is difficult to do good scientific studies of snowfall because the data are not very…
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