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This video describes the tropical Monsoon weather pattern using global imagery of clouds, precipitation and fires visible from space. When land heats up during summer (June - September in the Northern Hemisphere), the winds change direction and blow... (View More)

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This video explains the essential Earth Science concept of solar radiation. Most energy on Earth comes from the Sun as radiation. Lightbulbs are used to illustrate primary wavelengths of solar radiation received: infrared, visible, UV. ClimateBits... (View More)

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This video shows the UV Index or strength of ultraviolet radiation received at the surface of the Earth during each month of the year. The UV Index varies with seasons, the sun's angle, clouds, air pollution and land elevation. ClimateBits videos... (View More)

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Designed for Science On a Sphere, this video explains the ozone hole over Antarctica - the annual thinning of stratospheric ozone caused by manufactured chemicals. 25 years after the Montreal Protocol limited the use of ozone depleting chemicals,... (View More)

This video explains air quality and specifically describes Earth's air pollution seen from space by satellites. As the world's largest environmental health risk, air pollution is important to understand, monitor, and reduce. Over the past 10 years,... (View More)

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This video explains the stratospheric ozone layer. Protecting life on Earth, ozone in the stratosphere is important because it absorbs most harmful UV radiation from the sun. The visualization shows how the thickness of the ozone layer varies with... (View More)

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This video is narrated by NASA scientist Peter Griffith who explains fast and slow carbon cycling on Earth. A banana is an example of fast, young carbon. A chunk of coal is an example of old, slow carbon. Carbon dioxide and vegetation on land seen... (View More)

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This video explains El Niño and its impact on the marine food web. Wind-driven upwelling in the eastern equatorial Pacific normally lifts nutrients to the sunlit surface to fertilize phytoplankton blooms. El Niño disrupts this pattern, causing... (View More)

In this brief video, NASA scientists discuss the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission and its role in studying and tracking Earth's freshwater resources. The GPM mission will advance our understanding of Earth's water and energy cycles,... (View More)

This short video (02:48) profiles Steve Nesbitt, a scientist affiliated with NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission. Following a brief description of his career pathway, Nesbitt provides both an overview of the GPM mission as well as... (View More)

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