Near Real Time Datasets
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News on Biodiversity topic

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News on Biodiversity topics from EMM-JRC services.
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Coronavirus World Airport Impacts

  • Last 1 Day

Coronavirus World Airport Impacts Screening - Some sort of screening is taking place for arriving and/or departing passengers. Restrictions - Some level of international travel restrictions are in place (denying entry, quarantining passengers arriving from certain locations or cancelling all flights to and from a certain location).
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Active Fires

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Active fire products from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) for the last 24 hours up to the last 90 days.
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Flood hazard 100 year return period

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Inundated areas for flood events with a return period of 100 years, based on GloFAS climatology. Permanent water bodies derived from the Global Lakes and Wetlands Database and from the Natural Earth lakes map (naturalearthdata.com).
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Coral Bleaching Heat Stress Alerts

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Level of stress of the Global Coral Reefs derived from NOAA Alerts Bleaching Alerts.
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Coral Bleaching HotSpot

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The twice-weekly global 50km Coral Bleaching HotSpot product presented here was used to measure the occurrence and magnitude of instantaneous coral bleaching-inducive heat stress. See the 'Coral Reef Watch Operational 50km Satellite Nighttime SST Climatologies' table above to access the Maximum Monthly Mean (MMM) SST climatology, used before February 1, 2016 for this product.
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Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies

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The NOAA Coral Reef Watch (CRW) twice-weekly 50-km Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly product displays the difference between today's SST and the long-term average. The scale goes from -5 to +5 °C.
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Sea Surface Temperature Trend

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The NOAA Coral Reef Watch (CRW) twice-weekly 50-km Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly product displays the difference between today's SST and the long-term average. The scale goes from -5 to +5 °C.
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Coral Reef Degree Heating Weeks

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The DHW shows how much heat stress has accumulated in an area over the past 12 weeks (3 months).
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