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Guinea-Bissau is a small country in West Africa. Complex patterns can be seen in the shallow waters along its coastline, where silt carried by the Geba and other rivers washes out into the Atlantic Ocean.

Earth As You've Never Seen It

ThanksGuinea-Bissau is a small country in West Africa. Complex patterns can be seen in the shallow waters along its coastline, where silt carried by the Geba and other rivers washes out into the Atlantic Ocean.

From Space: pollen yellow swirls on a deep blue sea

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NASA - Top Five 'Earth as Art' Winners Gotland, Sweden is number And it looks good from ground also.

Envisat's Breathtaking Photos of Earth from Space - My Modern Metropolis

Envisat's Breathtaking Photos of Earth from Space

Tourbillons sur les îles de l'Alaska. Sur cette image, le vortex (tourbillon) spectaculaire s’est créé lorsque les vents principaux du Pacifique nord sont rentrés en contact avec les îles d’Alaska. Ce phénomène météorologique porte le nom d'"allées de tourbillons de Karman". Cette photo étonnante a été prise par le satellite américain Landsat 7. © Nasa

La terre vue d'en haut, un patchwork magnifique... (suite et fin

Von Karman Vortices, July Spiraling eddies created when prevailing winds sweeping east across the northern Pacific Ocean encountered Alaska’s Aleutian Islands.

arial views of coral reefs | Aerial photography: Shallow water coral atolls in the Great Barrier ...

An aerial shot of the coral reef atolls along the Great Barrier Reef National Park, Australia. We landed shortly after this photo was taken to snorkel in amongst it.

TIME, GOOGLE AND NASA: Timelapse of the Earth over the last 30 Years - YouTube

Essay about global warming solutions scientists FREE Papers on Global warming essay. Global, aside from pollution is one of scientists' biggest concerns. Global Warming is.

betty busby--fine art in fiber Fertile Crescent 51x36.5  Alluvial, Open Space Gallery Private collection

betty busby--fine art in fiber Fertile Crescent Alluvial, Open Space Gallery Private collection

Amazing Multispectral Satellite Images of Earth

In northwest Brazil, a marsh-like area surrounds the Demini River, creating this incredible satellite image.

Phytoplankton bloom off western Iceland by NASA Goddard Photo and Video, via Flickr

Magnificent Marine Algae Blooms Seen From Space: Image of the annual North Atlantic phytoplankton bloom which peakds in late spring off of the coast of Iceland by NASA's Aqua satellite

One in every 15 people on the planet - around 500 million people - call river deltas home.   A delta in Bijagos archipelago, West Africa

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One in every 15 people on the planet - around 500 million people - call river deltas home. A delta in Bijagos archipelago, West Africa Picture: SPL / Barcroft Media

24 – TIERRA 9 - El valle de glaciares que aparece en la imagen simula unos dedos del hielo azul que extiende a través de la mano del Glaciar Vatnajokull, en el Parque Nacional Skaftafell de Islandia. El parque está en el extremo sur de Vatnajokull, la zona con la capa de hielo más grande de Europa.

Vatnajökull Glacier Ice Cap - Valley glaciers appear as fingers of blue ice reaching out from the Vatnajökull Glacier in Iceland’s Skaftafell National Park. The park lies on the southern edge of Vatnajökull, Europe’s largest icecap.

Glaciar Malaspina, este glaciar masivo es el más grande en Alaska (1 de agosto de 2000) FOTO: NASA

Malaspina Glacier August 2000 The tongue of the Malaspina Glacier, the largest glacier in Alaska, fills most of this image. The Malaspina lies west of Yakutat Bay and covers sq mi sq km).

USGS / NASA

Stunning Satellite Images of Earth

Fantastic Time Lapse photography shows world changing via satellite over 3 decades! Colminab Volcano, MX, shows snow capped volcanic mountains

Antarctica as seen by satellite images from the earth-observatory project of European Space agency.

A transect over the northern part of the Antarctica Peninsula acquired using the satellite’s strip map mode with a swath width of 50 miles.

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The land to the left of the river is the eastern edge of the Jau National Park. The park is the largest forest reserve in South America and covers an area greater than million acres.

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