Summary Talking about the weather is a pastime as old as language, but climate researchers from the University of East Anglia (UEA) in the UK have just given people a whole lot more to talk about. Established in 1971, the UEA's Climate Research Unit (CRU) has become one of the leading institutions involved in the study of natural and anthropogenic climate change.
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Summary Want to know if it was a rainy day or a sunny one when you were born? The Climatic Research Unit Temperature Version 4 (CRUTEM4) land-surface air temperature dataset is one of the most widely used records of the climate system.
Summary The data is from the University of East Anglia Climate Research Unit. Climate researchers at the University of East Anglia have added the world's temperature records as a layer on the mapping service. The set is one of the most widely used records of the climate system and is based on readings from weather stations around the world.
Summary NORWICH, England, Feb. 5 (UPI) -- Climate researchers at Britain's University of East Anglia announced they've made the world's temperature records available via Google Earth. Google Earth will bring the Climatic Research Unit Temperature Version 4 land-surface air temperature data set -- one of the most widely used records of the climate system -- to users' computers, they said.
Summary The project, carried out by climate scientists at the University of East Anglia, is part of a broader effort by those who study climate change to make the worrisome phenomenon more accessible and transparent to the broader public.
Summary This is the heartbreaking story of a five-year-old boy named Saroo Munshi Khan who, in 1986, went to the local train station in Berhanpur, India along with his 9-year old brother Guddu to hunt for coins that passengers may have dropped on the tracks.
Summary Google Earth, which in 2009 unveiled tools to visualize the effects of climate change , has now gone one better. The new data layer (which you must add after downloading the Google Earth program ) comes from the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit (UEA CRU), which has provided information from 6,000 weather stations around the world.
Summary A man looks at screens showing images by Google Earth. The Climatic Research Unit Temperature Version 4 (CRUTEM4) land-surface air temperature dataset is one of the most widely used records of the climate system. The beauty of using Google Earth is that you can instantly see where the weather stations are, zoom in on specific countries, and see station datasets much more clearly.
Summary Prepare yourselves for the Greatest Show Not on Earth. A third company, Vancouver, British Columbia-based UrtheCast, which has a growing presence in the Bay Area, recently sent up two powerful cameras to be installed on the outside of the International Space Station by the end of this month.
Summary I joined Google in 2002 and had the pleasure of seeing many of Google's products get created and acquired. A few weeks back, I wanted a report that Google Analytics didn't provide -- an automatic daily report that I could share with my colleagues that would provide key metrics and give insight to people that aren't in GA every day like I am.
Summary Google Earth also has what are essentially expansion packs, added layers that can show different information. The University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit has just released a fantastic new layer that maps out local temperature changes over the past few decades for areas all over the planet (right-click and use "Save As" on that second link; you'll need Google Earth to open the file).
Summary U.S. Central Command said there had been 22 airstrikes carried out Friday and Saturday against ISIS forces in Iraq, including areas near the Mosul dam, Fallujah and the northern city of Bayji, which houses an oil refinery.
Summary Marines and sailors from India Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, head for a Marine Medium Tiltorotor Squadron 365 MV-22 Osprey at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif. WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon says a Marine who died Thursday in a noncombat incident in Baghdad was the second U.S. military death associated with the campaign against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria.
Summary He knew the Shot That Shook the Bay was headed his way and he kept watching it. When the hit cleared the wall for the pennant-winning home run in Game 5 of the NLCS, sending the Giants to the World Series, he knocked the ball down with his left hand and snatched it in his right hand.
Summary Space Google New Mexico makes the New York Times - and a lot of other cool places. "The jump was made by Alan Eustace, 57, a senior vice president of Google. At dawn he was lifted from an abandoned runway at the airport here by a balloon filled with 35,000 cubic feet of helium."