Science Highlights: May 2009

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Delineation of Surface and Near-Surface Melt on the Greenland Ice Sheet using MODIS and QuikSCAT Data

Delineation of Surface and Near-Surface Melt on the Greenland Ice Sheet using MODIS and QuikSCAT Data

Delineation of Surface and Near-Surface Melt on the Greenland Ice Sheet using MODIS and QuikSCAT Data (continued)

Delineation of Surface and Near-Surface Melt on the Greenland Ice Sheet using MODIS and QuikSCAT Data (continued)

Physical-Biogeochemical Interactions that Alter the Uptake of Atmospheric CO2 in the Barents Sea

Physical-Biogeochemical Interactions that Alter the Uptake of Atmospheric CO2 in the Barents Sea

Physical-Biogeochemical Interactions that Alter the Uptake of Atmospheric CO2 in the Barents Sea (continued)

Physical-Biogeochemical Interactions that Alter the Uptake of Atmospheric CO2 in the Barents Sea (continued)

An Automated Registration and Orthorectification Package for Landsat and Landsat-like Data Processing

An Automated Registration and Orthorectification Package for Landsat and Landsat-like Data Processing

An Automated Registration and Orthorectification Package for Landsat and Landsat-like Data Processing (continued)

An Automated Registration and Orthorectification Package for Landsat and Landsat-like Data Processing (continued)

The Peatland Forests of Equatorial Southeast Asia are a Significant Source of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The Peatland Forests of Equatorial Southeast Asia are a Significant Source of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The Peatland Forests of Equatorial Southeast Asia are a Significant Source of Greenhouse Gas Emissions (continued)

The Peatland Forests of Equatorial Southeast Asia are a Significant Source of Greenhouse Gas Emissions (continued)