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View Resource How Hot is the Earth?

Take a look at the latest worldwide temperature trends and what they mean.

http://climate.nasa.gov/warmingworld/globalTemp.cfm
View Resource What Is Aqua's Mission? -- Cool Science

The collection of text and short videos describe the satellite Aqau's fifteen-year mission to provide data on climate change and it's effect on the planet.

http://aqua.nasa.gov/coolscience/index.html
View Resource AURA -- Education and Outreach

The Earth's atmosphere is important because the Atmosphere reacts, protects, and transports. Imagine a world where the daytime sky was not blue, but black. Imagine the Earth without clouds, wind, or...

http://aura.gsfc.nasa.gov/outreach/index.html
View Resource Taking a Global Perspective on Earth's Climate

NASA currently has more than a dozen Earth science spacecraft/instruments in orbit studying all aspects of the Earth system (oceans, land, atmosphere, biosphere, cyrosphere), with several more...

http://climate.nasa.gov/NasaRole/
View Resource The Greenhouse Effect

A layer of greenhouse gases ? primarily water vapor, and including much smaller amounts of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide ? act as a thermal blanket for the Earth, absorbing heat and war...

http://climate.nasa.gov/causes/
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