For 15 Years, GRACE Tracked Freshwater Movements Around the World
Between 2002 and 2016, the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) tracked the movement of freshwater around the planet.
NASA scientists used GRACE data to identify regional trends of freshwater movement, and combined that information with data from other satellites, climate models and precipitation measurements to determine the causes of major regional trends in freshwater storage. Music: Iron Throne by Anthony Giordano [SACEM] Complete transcript available.
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