Watching the Earth Breathe: Tag this SVS Video - March!



  • NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio (SVS) is asking for your help tagging their videos. These tags will ultimately help other educators search the SVS site for content relevant to their classrooms or patrons. Take a peek at this video and reply below. In what topic, unit or event you would use this visualization?

    To "tag" a video, hit reply below and tell us what topic or unit you would use this video with. You are welcome to provide as many tags as you like, but please keep each to 1-3 words. For example, I might tag this video as:

    Photosynthesis
    Cellular Respiration
    etc.

    March SVS Video

    Hit reply to tag!


  • Seasonal vegetation data
    Atmospheric CO2
    AIRS data
    Photosynthesis
    Vegetation &CO2 cycle
    Vegetation & CO2 correlation


  • Climate science
    Global Carbon Cycle


  • Photosynthesis
    Global warming
    Vegetation and ecosystem
    Seasons and its impact on carbon cycle
    Climate change


  • Sorry, Jessica, but I couldn't think of any one word tags this time. I'll keep pondering on it until the April challenge arrives.

    This is fun!

    Planetary Respiration
    Carbon dioxide cycle
    The importance of the deciduous forests
    Forests and pollution
    Tropospheric seasonal cycle
    Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS)
    Pollution research
    Atmospheric CO2 data
    Plant life and CO2
    Plants and pollution
    Plant science/ global botany
    Atmospheric studies
    Climate studies
    Climate science
    Atmospheric science
    Atmospheric respiration
    CO2 seasonal cycle
    Carbon dioxide drawdown


  • @Infiniscope-Team

    Photosynthesis
    Balance of gases in our atmosphere
    Impact of human activities on CO2 cycle
    Data analysis and inference


  • Photosynthesis
    MODIS
    Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiameter
    Aqua Spacecraft
    AIRS Data
    Atmospheric Infrared Sounder Data
    NDVI
    Normalized Difference Vegetation Index
    Global Atmospheric CO2 Cycle

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