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COVID-19 UPDATE

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COVID-19 Social Science Research: Environmental Impact

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COVID-19 Earth Observation Dashboard Tutorial

COVID-19 led to changes in human activities around the globe. Some bodies of water have run clearer, emissions of pollutants have temporarily declined, and transportation and shipment of goods have decreased. We can see some of these changes from space. NASA, ESA (the European Space Agency) and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) are making satellite data available on the new COVID-19 Earth Observation Dashboard. Learn what data are available and how to navigate the dashboard in this tutorial video.

Music credit: "Transitions," from Universal Production Music

Video credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/Scientific Visualization Studio Katy Mersmann (USRA):

Lead Producer Steve Cole (NASA): Producer

COVID-19 and the Environment

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Librarian for Environmental Studies

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Rachel Sperling
Contact:
Marx Science and Social Science Library
203-436-5912

Yale Licensed Databases Publishing Research on COVID-19

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