Impacts on Water Quality after Hurricane Sandy

Impacts on Water Quality after Hurricane Sandy

NOAA – Cooperative Remote Sensing Science and Technology Center
Center Director: Dr. Reza Khanbilvardi
The City College of New York
June 12, 2013


Replacement Weather Satellite for GOES East

Replacement Weather Satellite for GOES East

This is bad news for the Caribbean Region.  And this is very bad news for those of you that regularly download solar radiation data from or rely on results from GOES-PRWEB.  The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) confirmed Monday that GOES-13 has been placed in stand-by mode, following increased vibrations, or “noise,” observed in imagery over the past couple of days.  For more information visit

This post has implications on data from the following pragwater web pages:

This composite satellite image from Sunday shows a lack of data from GOES-13 over the east coast of the U.S. (CIMSS Satellite Blog)

The climate of the climate change debate is changing

The climate of the climate change debate is changing

Quantifying how greenhouse gases contribute to extreme weather is a crucial step in calculating the cost of human influence

Related Links:

Climate Variability and Climate Change: The New Climate Dice

Study links global warming to Texas heat waves

Scientists attribute extreme weather to man-made climate change

Crazy summer is a result of ‘global weirding’, not warming

State of the Climate – NOAA’s June Report