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Laura Faye Tenenbaum is a science communicator at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and teaches oceanography at Glendale Community College.

Tour NASA’s new Climate Reel
Movies and animations for climate lovers
November 25, 2009
posted by Dr. Amber Jenkins
16:00 PST

Some of the images taken by NASA's MODIS satellite sensor as the Larsen B ice shelf in Antarctica collapsed in early 2002. Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio.
Some of the images taken by NASA's MODIS satellite sensor as the Larsen B ice shelf in Antarctica collapsed in early 2002. Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio.

We’re less than two weeks away from the United Nations’ long-awaited Copenhagen Climate Change Conference. In anticipation of the event, we’ve compiled a climate resource reel that highlights some of NASA’s most compelling climate videos and data animations.

Take a tour of Earth’s rapidly changing frozen places, learn more about the unexpected role that honeybees can play as climate data collectors, and find out how we take the temperature of the planet. Learn why the oceans are really the Earth’s big heat bucket and check out just how carbon dioxide levels have changed over the past 400,000 years.

You can see our top ten movie picks on the Climate Reel site, as well as a whole host of additional climate-related videos and animations, which are also available through NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio. Enjoy!



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