Month: August 2021

Protecting the Ozone Layer Also Protects Earth’s Ability to Sequester Carbon

Protecting the ozone layer also protects Earth’s vegetation and may help prevent the planet from warming an additional 0.85 degrees Celsius (1.53 degrees Fahrenheit), according to new research from Lancaster University, NASA, and others. This new study in Nature demonstrates that by protecting the ozone layer, which blocks harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation, the Montreal Protocol […]

How NASA Satellites Help Model the Future of Climate

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAUFVUzZIhI Continuing key Earth observations is really important to see how our atmosphere, land, and ocean are changing over time. A long-term record, combined with cutting-edge observations from the new NASA Earth System Observatory, will continue to push boundaries to better understand our ever-changing planet. Download the video here: https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/13909 More on the Earth System […]