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Satellite data on the movement of water on Earth helps to improve the accuracy of moisture maps and forecasts.
New global groundwater maps and U.S. drought forecasts released
The shape of the ground beneath Denman Glacier, which is melting from the bottom up, makes it particularly vulnerable to seawater intrusion.
Huge East Antarctic glacier especially susceptible to climate impacts
Greenland and Antarctica are melting—but how quickly and which areas are most affected? Nearly 20 years of satellite data provide key insights into these questions.
GRACE, GRACE-FO satellite data track ice loss at the poles
The two regions have lost 6.4 trillion tons of ice in three decades; unabated, this rate of melting could cause flooding that affects hundreds of millions of people by 2100.
Greenland, Antarctica melting six times faster than in the 1990s
Sea-level scientists painted a portrait of a changing planet at a major science conference in San Francisco.
From many voices, one theme: a changing planet
As sea levels rise, some areas of the Mississippi Delta are drowning, while others are actually gaining mass. NASA's Delta-X heads to the delta to figure out why.
NASA prepares for new science flights above coastal Louisiana