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  *"Earth Environment from Space" is the one that "NASDA NEWS serial reading" that JAXA (old National Space Development Agency) had published was edited again.

1 .Global Rainfall Observation from Space Flying Rain Gauge "TRMM"(No.95)

NDVI image

2 .Global Vegetation Observation from Space: Aiming to Understand Global Warming and Carbon Cycles(No.96)

3 .Global Ocean Observation from Space: Investigating How Climatic Changes Are Affecting Our Oceans(No.97)

4 .Systematic Earth Observation from Space(No.98)

5 .Observation of Desertification from Space(No.99)

6 .The 1997 El Niño Captured by Satellite(No.100)

Primary productivity distribution for January 1999

7 .Observation of Volcano from Space(No.101)

8 .Observation of the Kuroshio’s Variation(No.102)

9 .Satellite Remote Sensing and Climate Prediction(No.103)

10 .Monitoring Sea Ice in the Sea of Okhotsk with the Use of Synthetic Aperture Radar(No.104)

11 .To La Niña from El Niño Global Atmospheric and Oceanic Changes Observed by TRMM "Flying Rain Gauge"(No.105)

12 .Observing Movement of the Earth’s Crust from Space to Investigate the Processes of Earthquakes and Volcanic Eruptions(No.106)

13 .Highly Accurate Measurements of Ozone for Developing Future Satellite Sensors(No.107)

Distribution of mean total column ozone obtained by TOMS 1997

14 .Monitoring Ozone Depletion with JEM/SMILES(No.108)

15 .Space-based Rainfall Observations for
Inaccessible Areas

16 .Observing the Quality of Snow ? Grain Size and Snow Pollution ?
from Space Understanding the Climatic System through Snow and Ice Observation

17 .Remote Sensing Observation of Land Surface Hydrological Parameters for Understanding the Global Water Cycle(No.111)

18 .Space-based Measurements of Cloud Parameters for Improving the Accuracy of Predicting Global Warming and Understanding the
Hydrological Cycle

Sea ice on the coast of Hokkaido

19 .Monitoring the Daily Change of Sea Ice from Space(No.113)

20 .ALOS Data Acquisition Planning Begun to Study the Global Carbon Cycle(No.114)

21 .Create Regional Mosaic of Tropical Rain Forests Using Spaceborne SAR(No.115)

22 .Complementing Satellite Observations with Airborne and Ground-based Observations for the Quantitative Understanding of Atmospheric Trace Constituents(No.116)

23 .TRMM PR Reveals Detailed Structures of Typhoon(No.117)

24 .Space-based Earth Environment Observation on Daily and Long-term Bases(No.118)

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