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- August 14, 2022

Wetlands worldwide are vanishing at an alarming rate! 👉 Maps produced by @esa’s GlobWetland Africa project show how satellite observations can be used for the effective use and management of wetlands in Africa https://t.co/EZmmViVTem https://t.co/NMas6BGsHK
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- August 14, 2022

The curves and folds of #Australia's Flinders Ranges, a classic example of a folded mountain range, which are formed when two or more of Earth’s tectonic plates collide – folding and pushing layers of land into mountain ranges. 📸Get the image here: https://t.co/593tG1tc3S https://t.co/9OeqmUuZih
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- August 13, 2022

Did you know phytoplankton - the microscopic, free-floating plants in aquatic systems - absorb as much CO2 as terrestrial plants? 🌴 They're important to the global carbon cycle and a study that used @esaclimate data shed new light on this carbon pump: https://t.co/oZaC1JkKVI https://t.co/uioTH98Tm0
h J R
@ESA_EO

- August 13, 2022

Covering 70% of the planet, the oceans are directly linked to our weather and climate - what happens far out to sea has a direct effect on societies all over the world. Here's how @CopernicusEU #Sentinel3 is helping us with monitoring Earth's oceans: https://t.co/zSULFAuMix https://t.co/rtcVEUpPEk
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@ESA_EO

- August 13, 2022

The Sahara desert’s sandy and rocky terrain in central Algeria, captured by @CopernicusEU #Sentinel2 A satellite in its first-ever scan of Earth on 27 June 2015. If you, like us, are a fan of deserts from space, get this image in high resolution here: https://t.co/sqWPoofRlg https://t.co/KP3TO9EsqV
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