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31.03.201022-27 March, 2010 week

Disputed Bay of Bengal island " vanishes " say scientists (BBC, 2010/03/24)

Les sources hydrothermales : une source insoupçonnée de fer dissous dans l'océan (INSU, 2010/03/22)

Earth from Space: Baltic sea ice (ESA,...[more]


26.03.2010Eddy activity in South China Sea

The South China Sea is a large semi-enclosed sea where the seasonal circulation is driven by the asiatic monsoon system. Numerous anticyclonic and cyclonic gyres are observed with the LAS.


26.03.2010Jason-2 annual report, 2009

This document presents the synthesis report concerning validation activities of Jason-2 GDRs  with Cal/Val Jason-2 activities and Jason-2 / Jason-1 cross-calibration. It assesses the Jason-2 data quality: missing and edited,...[more]


25.03.2010New launch date for Cryosat

The Esa's ice mission, Cryosat, will be launch next April 8, 2010.[more]


24.03.201015-20 March, 2010 week

Naissance d'un océan - La dorsale de Sheba (Pour la Science, 2010/04)

Arctique : une expédition de 500 km à ski pour étudier l'acidification des océans (Maxisciences, 2010/03/20)

New launch date for CryoSat-2 confirmed (ESA,...[more]


19.03.2010Hurricane season in Pacific and Indian Oceans

Ului (left) and Tomas (right) view from Modis (Nasa's Acqua satellite) on 2010/03/16.

During March 2010, several tropical hurricanes have been formed in the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Hurricanes Ului and Tomas have developed in the Pacific Ocean and have hit several islands over their paths: Wallis and Futuna,...[more]


18.03.20108-13 March 2010, week

Jason-3 : pour comprendre le changement climatique (Techno Science, 2010/03/13)

Le changement climatique favorise t'il l'émergence de maladies (La Recherche, 2010/03/12)

El Niño prend naissance dans l'océan Indien (Le Figaro,...[more]


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