Noticias sobre la Atmósfera de la Tierra

 08/18/10 New Computer Model Advances Climate Change Research

 06/14/10 Mysterious Clouds Produced When Aircraft Inadvertently Cause Rain or Snow

 04/30/10 Pollution Speeds up Snow Melt in Europe and Asia

 04/25/10 Soil Microbes Produce Less Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Than Expected With Global Warming

 04/23/10 Even in the Desert, Plants Feel the Heat of Global Warming

 04/22/10 Scientists Study "Glaciovolcanoes," Mountains of Fire and Ice

 04/15/10 “Missing” Heat May Affect Future Climate Change

 04/02/10 Dust-on-Snow: On Spring Winds, Something Wicked Thus Way Comes

 03/29/10 Climate Helped Bring Angkor to Its Knees

 03/25/10 Pollution from Asia Circles Globe at Stratospheric Heights

 03/17/10 Prescribed Burns May Help Reduce U.S. Carbon Footprint

 03/04/10 Scientists Find Signs of “Snowball Earth” Amidst Early Animal Evolution

 03/04/10 Methane Releases from Arctic Shelf May Be Much Larger and Faster Than Anticipated

 01/28/10 White Roofs May Successfully Cool Cities

 01/10/10 Global Ice Age Climate Patterns Influenced by Bering Strait

 12/10/09 Aerosols in the Atmosphere: From Mexico to Japan, Finland to Switzerland, the Same Everywhere

 11/13/09 El crecimiento de anillos en árboles origina preguntas sobre el cambio de clima

 08/27/09 Connections among Solar Cycle, Stratosphere and Ocean Discovered

 08/16/09 Solar Cycle Linked to Global Climate

 06/23/09 Survey Finds That Americans Think Weather Forecasts Are Important

 05/27/09 Arctic Tundra May Contribute to Warmer World

 05/18/09 How Solid is Concrete's Carbon Footprint?

 05/17/09 Scientists Make First Direct Observations of Biological Particles in High-Altitude Clouds

 04/07/09 Scientists Learn About Lightning Inside a Volcanic Plume

 03/25/09 Tornado-like Rotation is Key to Understanding Volcanic Plumes

 01/08/09 NSF, NASA Successfully Flight-Test New Balloon Over Antarctica

 01/07/09 Flying from Pole to Pole to Measure Greenhouse Gases

 11/17/08 Small Satellite Takes on Large Thunderstorms

 11/09/08 Storms Shaped the Himalayan Mountains

 11/02/08 En los bosques de Alaska ¿hongos secos al rescate?

 10/09/08 Health Standards Exceeded by Ozone Pollution in Wildfires

 10/08/08 Scientists Study Hurricanes of the Future

 10/03/08 Gas From the Past Gives Scientists New Insights into Climate and the Oceans

 09/24/08 Los escarabajos corteza de pino afectan mucho más que los bosques

 08/07/08 Científicos establecen esfuerzos de control de contaminación atmosférica de las Olimpiadas de Pekín

 07/22/08 Scientists Test System to Forecast Flash Floods along Colorado's Front Range

 07/21/08 El Sobreflujo del Río Amazonas Alimenta el “Sumidero” de Carbón del Océano Atlántico

 06/12/08 If a Tree Falls in the Forest, and No One Is Around to Hear It, Does Climate Change?

 05/28/08 Scientists Search for the Cause of Ancient Global Warming

 05/21/08 Encontrando respuestas en las nubes

 04/24/08 Injecting Sulfate Particles into Stratosphere Could Have Drastic Impact on Earth's Ozone Layer

 04/18/08 Earth Day 2008

 04/07/08 El dinero no crece en árboles, pero la gasolina quizás

 12/14/07 La Lluvia Ácida Tiene un Impacto Desproporcionado en el Agua Marina Cercana a las Costas

 10/24/07 Solar Telescope Reaches 120,000 Feet on Jumbo-Jet-Sized Balloon

 02/01/07 El 4to. resúmen del informe del gravamen del panel Intergubernamental de Cambio de Clima (IPCC)

 09/22/05 Model Predicts Hurricane Rita's Path

 09/16/05 The 2005 Hurricane Season Is Churning the Atlantic

 02/16/05 The Kyoto Protocol Is in Effect! Around the World, 141 Countries Are Taking the First Steps to Decrease Greenhouse Gasses!

Comunidad de Ventanas al Universo



Ventanas al Universo, un proyecto de la Asociación Nacional de Maestros de Ciencias de la Tierra, es patrocinado parcialmente por la Fundación Nacional para las Ciencias y NASA, nuestros Socios Fundadores (la Unión Geofísica Americana y el Instituto Americano de Geociencias) al igual que nuestros Socios Institucionales, Contribuyentes, y Afiliados, membresía individual y generosos donantes. ¡Gracias por su apoyo! NASA ESIP NCSE HHMI AGU AGI AMS NOAA