Seeing the World Differently

For the most part, we humans are visual creatures. We have a great ability to conceptualize, but there’s no denying the power of imagery when it comes to ‘seeing’ the aggregate impacts of our activities on the environment. NASA’s Global Modeling and Assimilation Office has developed a computer simulation model, GEOS-5, that provides a striking visual description of the movements of an invisible gas like carbon dioxide, as it is blown by the winds.

For detailed views around the globe, click here.

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