Thursday, April 12, 2007

Students will
(E.O.A.S.1) Study a chosen link on a topic , analyze , summarize and report it for a presentation.

THIS news center always has a lot of interesting links.

In the News:

* Latest Images:
Locust Swarms Develop on the Red Sea Coast

Floods in Argentina

Plume at Shiveluch Volcano, Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia

Melt Ponds on Greenland's Ice Cap

Plume at Mount Bagana, Bouganville Island

Melting Days on Greenland

Springtime Aerosols over Eastern Asia

Magnitude 8.1 Earthquake off the Solomon Islands

* NASA News
- NASA Data Show Earthquakes May Quickly Boost Regional Volcanoes

* Media Alerts
- High-Resolution Images Herald New Era in Earth Sciences
- Snowmelt Monitored in the Baltic Sea Watershed Region in Near Real Time
- Arctic Sea Ice Narrowly Missed Record Low in Winter 2007
- The Global Carbon Budget -- Proper Accounting Means Paying Attention to Inland Waters
- Want to Monitor Climate Change? Pick Up a Penguin!
- Experts Develop Technology to Increase Effectiveness of Tsunami Warning Systems
- University of Alaska-Fairbanks Scientist to Lead Sea Ice Expedition

* Headlines from the press, radio, and television:
- Volcano Eruptions Diminish on Indian Ocean Island
- Climbers Becoming Reluctant Witnesses to Global Warming
- Quake Lifts Solomon Islands Out of Sea
- Reunion Sees 'Colossal' Volcano Eruption, But Population Safe
- Panel: Global Warming a Threat to Earth
- Bleakest Warning Issued on Climate
- Warming Not Behind Hurricane Activity: Forecaster
- Study: Lake Superior Warming Quickly
- Climate Change Threatens a New Dust Bowl
- Winter Arctic Sea Ice Near Record Low
- Study Shows Rich Reforestation After Fires
- 'Rough Guide' Tsunami Warnings on the Way
- Global Warming Driving Australian Fish South: Report
- Barrier Reef Could Have Blocked Tsunami: Scientist
- Forecasters Predict Busy Atlantic Hurricane Season
- NASA: Arctic Meltdown Threatens Ice Cap's Stability

* New Research Highlights

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