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Originally posted by kdog1982
It's starting to happen.
Link to Santa Cruz county jail floor buckling.
She has participated in and done many of her own studies. She travels for these studies. Her latest had to do with the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.
SSEC Data Center
Provides access, maintenance and distribution of real-time and archive weather and satellite data.
The CAPS team is pleased to announce that ionosphere products, provided by the Space Environment Corporation in Providence, Utah using a physics-based model (IFM), have now been upgraded using a state-of-the-art data assimilation model (GAIM). Products include high-resolution global TEC maps, global HF radio propogation paths, and much more. These new higher accuracy data products are available from the USU Space Weather Center ( spaceweather.usu.edu... ).
Please note: this website is no longer active. The data provided on this website is archived data only and there is no longer real-time data being served via this website. This website may start providing real-time data again in the future.
This website displays pseudo ‘true-color’ images generated with data from the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) (en.wikipedia.org...); since the satellites we use only measure radiation in a few narrow bands, we cannot exactly reproduce images that are equivalent to what our eyes perceive. Therefore, we have used the available information to create a representation of how the Earth would look from space.
I am currently writing software for weather satellites with the aim of automating as much as possible, and allowing you to extract the maximum possible from the available data. A more detailed technical description of some of the earlier software is also available on-line. This software should run on any current version of Windows (Windows XP and Windows Vista), including the 64-bit and Server versions. The Apple Mac OS is supported through virtual machine software and the WINE add-on can be used for Linux.