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Image of Product: Earth-As-Art (EAA) satellite scenes Bolivian Deforestation "Satellite scene chosen for aesthetic interest rather than for scientific interpretation" Landsat 7

DESERT MOUNTAINS – Deep canyons yawn in the Huns Mountains in the south of Namibia. Their layers were formed more than 600 million years ago, and today they are as flat as when they were deposited. The remains of prehistoric animals and plants dye the rock dark grey and brown. The hard limestone shelves erode more slowly than the softer intervening marlstone strata, causing the sides of the valleys to break into terraces.

patternbase: “DESERT MOUNTAINS – Deep canyons yawn in the Huns Mountains in the south of Namibia. Their layers were formed more than 600 million years ago, and today they are as flat as when they were.

Australia's fourth largest lake, Lake Mackay

Hundreds of salt lakes are sprinkled across the landscape of northern and western Australia. Most, including Lake Mackay, fill infrequently via seasonal rainfall that runs off of nearby lands and through minor drainage channels.

The Colorado River has been the misused lover of many a mining corporation and troubled politician — but beauty always has a way of gracing even the most violent and unfortunate human offenses. It’s uncomfortable and comforting and discomfiting and sort of otherworldly when it does. Here, an aerial view, from Boulder photographer Jesse Varner, of evaporation ponds at the Potash Plant near Moab, Utah. Salts are mined and pumped up from deep below the surface, and the solution is conce

aerial view, from Boulder photographer Jesse Varner, of evaporation ponds at the Potash Plant near Moab, Utah.

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Ces photos prises de l'espace qui prouvent que notre monde est une véritable oeuvre d'art

Earth-As-Art (EAA) satellite scenes Desert to Forest - March 2009

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With Landsat and other remotely sensed land data, EROS provides science information and imagery to monitor, assess, and project land change of a changing Earth.

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Akpatok Island Lies In Ungava Bay In Northern Quebec Canada. Accessible Only By Air Akpatok Island Rises Out Of The Water As Sheer Cliffs That Soar 500 To 800 Feet To Above The Sea Surface. The Island Is An Important Sanctuary For Cliff

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