GEO.- Global Earth Science


These global pages provide links to web sites which view the earth and its surface environment as a whole and through satellite observation, from the outside. This is a rapidly expanding field of science. On these pages you will find information on global climatic and environmental change, as well as on many other daily global events.

Introduction- a brief introduction and explanation of what is available.

Global links classified by Dewey Decimal System.

 


Dewey classified Global Links

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500Natural sciences|520Astronomy and allied sciences|
530Physics|540Chemistry and allied sciences|
550Earth sciences|560Paleontology|
570Life sciences|580Plants|590Animals|
600Technology|620Engineering and allied sciences|660Chemical engineering|900Geography. History.

last update: 29.09.1999

 


500 Natural sciences and mathematics

520 Astronomy and allied sciences

530 Physics

540 Chemistry and allied sciences

550 Earth sciences

 

560 Paleontology and paleozoology

570 Life sciences and Biology

Plant life distribution Single GIF global view of life seen from space. (NASA┤s MTPE programme)
SeaWiFS Project (Goddard Space Center). The purpose of the Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) Project is to provide quantitative data on global ocean bio-optical properties to the Earth science community. Subtle changes in ocean color signify various types and quantities of marine phytoplankton (microscopic marine plants), the knowledge of which has both scientific and practical applications.

580 Plants

590 Animals

600 Technology (Applied sciences)

620 Engineering and allied operations

Twelve new space platforms (Paul Haggerty, based on sources: Committee on Earth Observation Satellites; SpaceNews research Space News/Lamont W. Harvey) - a table of 12 remote sensing platforms for earth study which are due for launch by the end of 1997. Gives names and responsible organizations, so you could search fore further info. if you like.
Earth observational SAR satellites - 1.The European Space Agency's Earth RemoteSensing Satellites(ERS) 2.The National SpaceDevelopment Agency of Japan's Japanese EartResources Satellite (JERS-1) 3.The Canadian Space Agency'RADARSAT Satellite
Each of these agencies has built Earth orbiting satellites which carry a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) instrument to study and monitor the Earth and its global climate.

 

 

660 Chemical engineering

900 Geography, History.


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