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Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site and Johnstown Flood National Memorial: Weather of 2007 (Natural Resource Data Series NPS/ERMN/NRDS?2010/073)

Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site and Johnstown Flood National Memorial: Weather of 2007 (Natural Resource Data Series NPS/ERMN/NRDS?2010/073)

Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site and Johnstown Flood National Memorial: Weather of 2007 (Natural Resource Data Series NPS/ERMN/NRDS?2010/073)

The purpose of this report is to provide a concise weather and climate summary for the period from January 1 through December 31, 2007, and to place current patterns and trends in an appropriate historical and regional context.

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National Geographic: Six Degrees Could Change the World

National Geographic: Six Degrees Could Change the World

  • In a special broadcast event, National Geographic explores the startling theory that Earths average temperature could rise six degrees Celsius by the year 2100. In this amazing and insightful documentary, National Geographic illustrates, one poignant degree at a time, the consequences of rising temperatures on Earth. Also, learn how existing technologies and remedies can help in the battle to dial

In a special broadcast event, National Geographic explores the startling theory that Earths average temperature could rise six degrees Celsius by the year 2100. In this amazing and insightful documentary, National Geographic illustrates, one poignant degree at a time, the consequences of rising temperatures on Earth. Also, learn how existing technologies and remedies can help in the battle to dial back the global thermometer.In the 2004 eco-thriller The Day After Tomorrow, director Roland Emmeri

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The Rough Guide to Climate Change (Rough Guide Reference Series)

“The Rough Guide to Climate Change” gives the complete picture of the single biggest issue facing the planet. Cutting a swathe through scientific research and political debate, this completely updated 3rd edition lays out the facts and assesses the options – global and personal – for dealing with the threat of a warming world. The guide looks at the evolution of our atmosphere over the last 4.5 billion years and what computer simulations of climate change reveal about our past, present and futur

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New York National Guard

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New York National Guard
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First New York snow of 2011: Wall Street, Trinity Church
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Image by Dan Nguyen @ New York City

First New York snow of 2011: Wall Street Stock Exchange
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Image by Dan Nguyen @ New York City

National Geographic – Witness Joplin Tornado (Documentary)

National Geographic – Witness Joplin Tornado (Documentary) On May 22, 2011, an EF-5 tornado struck Joplin, Missouri, a city of 50000 in the southwest corner…
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New York National Guard

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New York National Guard
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New York National Guard
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New York National Guard

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New York National Guard
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New York National Guard
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Oceanographic Research Ship James Cook, National Oceanography Centre (Southampton, UK)

A few nice oceanographic images I found:

Oceanographic Research Ship James Cook, National Oceanography Centre (Southampton, UK)
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Monaco Oceanographic Museum
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L´Oceanogràphic
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Time-lapse national weather radar 7 months

Time-lapse of national weather radar mosaic over half a year (noise lessens in 2nd half). Covers 7/23/2006 to 2/16/2007. Jumps when I lost power or internet. Source image from the National Weather Service at radar.weather.gov Frames were captured every 10 minutes, but in order to make it fit YouTube, I took every other frame. So encoded frames are at 20-minute intervals playing at 30 frames/second. I guess that puts it at 5 hours of real time per second of video. (Time flies when you’re having fun.) Sound credits: “Ending the Drought (featuring Shagrugge)” by Gurdonark (ccmixter.org used under the cc-nc-sampling+ 1.0 license (creativecommons.org “2 dias (synths)” by flanicx (ccmixter.org used under the cc-by 2.5 license (creativecommons.org

Watch Dutchsinse video, he explains this very well, in the Video response box, below. in shock, when I say probably a glitch, it’s meant to be sarcastic.Of course it takes some intelligence to understand sarcasm. I actually had a panic attack when I was recording this. Sorry about the NO SOUND THING, your welcome to mirror it, and put your own sound with it if you wish. www.intellicast.com anyone that would like to mirror this video, you have my permission.
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What happened to the National Oceanographic Museum in or near Washington, DC?

Question by USCGal82: What happened to the National Oceanographic Museum in or near Washington, DC?
My fiance visited there over 30 years ago and enjoyed it. However, I can not find any mention of this museum anywhere. We’d like to visit it the next time we’re in DC.

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Answer by isabow27
Looks like they may have combined it with the Museum of Natural History

What do you think? Answer below!

National Instruments Introduces Fiber Optic Sensor Interrogator for PXI Express

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National Instruments Introduces Fiber Optic Sensor Interrogator for PXI Express
National Instruments today announced the NI PXIe-4844 optical sensor interrogator, a two-slot 3U PXI Express module for fiber Bragg grating sensors. FBG sensors operate by reflecting a wavelength of light that corresponds to changes in physical phenomena such as strain and temperature.
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Fiber optic sensor interrogator for PXI Express
National Instruments has announced the NI PXIe-4844 optical sensor interrogator, a two-slot 3U PXI Express module for fiber Bragg grating (FBG) sensors. FBG sensors operate by reflecting a wavelength of light that corresponds to changes in physical phenomena such as strain and temperature.
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Attend more to maintenance
The cause of last week’s tragic helicopter crash is not yet known, but the sad accident has put the spotlight on a serious national problem. The AS350 Eurostar helicopter which crashed in Nan province was flying blind, and perhaps was crippled. It had no weather instruments even though it was tasked with flying in heavy clouds which turned to rain. It had no precise altitude instruments to warn …
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