Nonlinear optical microscopy and its use for imaging of long-range patterns of orientational order i
Nonlinear optical microscopy and its use for imaging of long-range patterns of orientational order in material and biological systems
Byrds Flight Path
The Ohio State University's Library web site notes As a navigational aviator, Byrd pioneered in the technology that would be the foundation for modern polar exploration and investigation. As a decorated and much celebrated hero, Byrd drew popular attention to areas of the world that became focal points of scientific investigation in numerous disciplines.
A flyby of Chicago, from Landsat imagery
Araona Crater (Iturralde Structure)
The Araona Crater (also known as the Iturralde Structure) is a suspected crater from an impactor which struck northern Bolivia approximately 20,000 years ago. The feature is believed to have been caused by a short period comet striking at 70 kilometers per second and splattering into the muddy alluvial flood plain in the Lower Amazon jungle. The impact created a circular depression which is now roughly 8 kilometers across and 3 meters deep. The structure was discovered in 1988 Landsat data, but
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Released American hikers leave for U.S.
Sept. 24 - American hikers Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer left Oman for the U.S after being released by Iranian authorities. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
The Psychology Of Emotions, Feelings and Thoughts
This book makes the statement that thought, action and feeling can occur in any order. "Action turned into feeling, which caused you to think and therefore turned into thought. Thought, action […]
AMSR_E Pacific Sea Surface Temperature Data Used to Forecast 2003 Hurricane Season
Researchers and forecasters often study sea surface temperatures for an activity predictions for 2003 in part to changing conditions in the Pacific Ocean, such as the demise of El Nino. This sequence traces the evolution of the warmer-than-normal waters associated with the weak El Nino that developed in the late fall of 2002. By January, the warm conditions began to dissipate. Fewer than normal hurricanes generally form when El Nino is present. Researchers say the Pacific may transition to the c
Beer and peer pressure: Luisteroefening
De gedachtengang volgen in interviews over verstandig drinken
Thailand Election 2011: New Mandala's early predictions - Farrelly and Walker
New Mandala Co-Editors Dr Nicholas Farrelly and Dr Andrew Walker give their early impressions on which way the Thailand 2011 election might go. This video was recorded at 6pm (Canberra time) on the day of the election before the polls closed in Thailand. Farrelly and Walker will be back with another video later in the evening. You can follow all the action through regular updates on New Mandala: http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/newmandala
Thailand Election 2011: New Mandala's post result wrap-up - Farrelly and Walker
New Mandala Co-Editors Dr Nicholas Farrelly and Dr Andrew Walker analyse the outcome of the Thailand election in the second and final video update of election night. This video was recorded at 11.30pm, Canberra time. In this video Farrelly and Walker talk about the result, Twitter's role in informing people, coalition partners, the future role of Thaksin Shinawatra, what's ahead for Yingluck Shinawatra and how their earlier predictions stacked up. For more on the politics of Thailand and South
A Cognitive Perspective on Emotion
There is a different version of this book titled "The Psychology of Emotions, Feelings and Thoughts" that is online at cnx.org/content/col10447 except one difference is this book has more […]
Waldo Lake from Landsat: No Labels
Zoom into the Waldo Lake Wilderness Area in the Oregon Cascades after a forest fire in the summer of 1998, from Landsat data taken August 4, 1998
Viewing the PEM Instrument on UARS
UARS measures the flux of energetic particles from space using the Particle Environment Monitor, PEM. These high energy particles cause ozone depletion at high altitudes by producing nitrogen and hydrogen radicals.
Aerosols from Earth Probe TOMS: Indonesia from 6-29-97 to 1-13-98 (3 times @ 6 days-sec)
Aerosol concentrations over Indonesia from April 29, 1997 to January 13, 1998, from Earth Probe TOMS
Atlanta in Natural Color (321)
A flyby of Atlanta in natural color from Landsat
Urban Signatures: Latent Heat Flux
Big cities influence the environment around them. For example, urban areas are typically warmer than their surroundings. Cities are strikingly visible in computer models that simulate the Earths land surface. This visualization shows latent heat flux predicted by the Land Information System (LIS) for a day in June 2001. Latent heat flux is lower in the cities because there is less evaporation there. Only part of the global computation is shown, focusing on the highly urbanized northeast corridor