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NASA presentations at American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly
Date:5/21/2008

s reveal a new understanding of the mysterious mechanism responsible for heating the outer part of the solar atmosphere (the corona) to million degree temperatures. A comparison of numerical simulations with imaging and spectral data from NASA missions suggests two possibilities: energy is released in small, sudden bursts with the right mix of particle acceleration and direct heating, or energy is released gradually very close to the solar surface.

Servir: Environmental Decision-Making in the Americas
Time: Thurs, May 29, 11 a.m. EDT, Palm Room
Session: U42A-04

Since its inception is 2005, SERVIR, Spanish for "to serve", has grown into an international success story. This high-tech satellite visualization system monitors the environment of Central America and helps track and combat wildfires, improves land use and agricultural practices, and helps local officials respond faster to natural disasters. Presenters will discuss past successes and details of the SERVIR expansion to Africa later this year.

Simulating Sources of Superstorm Plasmas
Time: Thurs., May 29, 1:02 p.m. EDT, 2008, Room 317
Session: SM44A-05

Violent activity on the sun can produce monster superstorms that release plasma into the solar wind that interacts with Earths magnetosphere. Presenters will discuss the details of their models finding that low-energy particles from the plasmasphere, a donut-shaped region of Earths magnetosphere, become energized and are the main influence on pressurizing the magnetosphere.

Closing the Water Cycle over the Ocean Using a Constellation of Satellites
Time: Thurs., May 29, 2 p.m. EDT, Room 315
Session: U43B-03

Observations indicate that as the climate changes, precipitation is increasing at a much faster rate than predicted by climate models. Presenters will discuss how they used two independent satellite measurements to show that observations of evaporation are consistent with observations of pre
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Contact: Lynn Chandler
lynn.chandler-1@nasa.gov
301-286-2806
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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