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Bluefin tuna hit hard by 'Deepwater Horizon' disaster

17 October 2010

The Gulf of Mexico oil spill couldn't have occurred at a worse time for bluefin tuna: they had come to the area – a major spawning ground – to produce offspring.

Satellites are helping assess the damage from the disaster on the fish's spawning habitat.

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Gulf of Mexico oil spill in the Loop Current

Scientists monitoring the US oil spill with ESA’s Envisat radar satellite say that it has entered the Loop Current, a powerful conveyor belt that flows clockwise around the Gulf of Mexico towards Florida.

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ESA calls for Sentinels-4/-5 Mission Advisory Group members

12 January 2010

Within the framework of the GMES initiative, ESA is developing a series of ‘Sentinel’ satellites. As part of this development process, the Agency has released a call for Mission Advisory Group members for the Sentinel-4/-5 missions.

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Sentinel-1 to offer new ways of monitoring crops from space

23 April 2009

Sustainable food production remains a pressing challenge, so scientists have been assessing the potential of the future Sentinel-1 mission to deliver new methods of monitoring crops grown around the world from space.

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Harmful Algal Blooms monitored from space in Chile

17 December 2007

Chile is currently the world’s largest producer of farmed salmon and has a burgeoning mussel culture industry that is supplying a growing world market.

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