|Earth from Above: Using Color -Coded Satellite Images to Examine the Global Environment|
This product provides an introduction to understanding and interpreting satellite images. Beginning with two short chapters on visible satellite images and radiation, the book then covers six key Earth-atmosphere variables on topics including the Antarctic ozone hole, El Nino, deforestation, the missing carbon dilemma, and the effects of sea ice, snow cover and volcanoes on atmospheric temperatures. A final chapter broadens the discussion to consider satellite Earth observations in general. Each section concludes with a list of questions; answers are provided at the back of the book.
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