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Satellite Data and Climate Change: A Polar Scientist's Revelation


Science for the Planet: Uncovering the Mysteries of Greenland’s Melting Ice Sheets


By Francesco Fiondella


Polar scientist Marco Tedesco, from the Climate School's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, sheds light on the groundbreaking use of satellite remote sensing data. In his compelling explanation, Tedesco delves into how this technology is revolutionizing our understanding of polar regions and their impact on global climate change. By harnessing the power of satellite data, scientists can monitor changes in ice cover, sea level rise, and other critical indicators with unprecedented accuracy and detail. Tedesco's insights offer a fascinating glimpse into the cutting-edge research that is shaping our understanding of the Earth's polar regions and their role in the broader climate system.

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