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Y'all missing out on these views. #sunsetlaketowers #reflectology #shallowlakes #dubsviews

Rolling sand dunes in the expansive Rub’ al Khali desert on the southern Arabian Peninsula are pictured in this image from the Sentinel-2A satellite. 
Also known at the ‘Empty Quarter’, the Rub’ al Khali is the largest contiguous sand desert in the world. Precipitation rarely exceeds 35 mm a year and regular high temperatures are around 50°C. 
The yellow lines and dots in this false-colour image are sand dunes. Looking closer at the dunes in the lower right, many have three or more ‘arms’ shaped by changing wind directions and are known as ‘star dunes’. They tend to ‘grow’ upwards rather than laterally, and reach up to 250 m in height in some parts of the  Rub’ al Khali. 
The dunes are interspersed with hardened flat plains – remnants of shallow lakes that existed thousands of years ago, formed by monsoon-like rains and runoff. The multispectral instrument on Sentinel-2 uses parts of the infrared spectrum to detect subtle changes in vegetation cover, but can also see changes in mineral composition where vegetation is sparse. In this image, shades of brown to bright purple show the mineral composition, possibly including salt or gypsum. 
This image was captured by Sentinel-2A on 22 December 2015.
#Copernicus #Sentinel #Sentinel2 #satellite #ColourVision #SandDunes #RubAlKhali #desert #ArabianPeninsula #Arabia #SatelliteImage #EmptyQuarter #LargestSandDesert #FalseColour #dunes #StarDunes #FlatPlains #ShallowLakes #vegetation #salt #gypsum
Copyright: contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2015), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

Just one of many moments with the team #team #shallowlakes #polardive #123

When field work doesn't feel like work! ❤❤❤
This year I'm going to be measuring greenhouse gas emissions (like carbon dioxide and methane) and physicochemical properties of #shallowlakes of Buenos Aires as my thesis project!
The lake looks sharp green because it's covered by millions of tiny floating plants called Lemna.
To get to open waters on Lake #Otamendi where we do our measurements, you have to transit through raging laberynths of aquatic plants of all sizes and shapes, both floating and sinked.
When there's too much resistance on the paddles because of the density of plants, you have to get off the boat, water up to your chest, to push it through the reeds. The struggle is real, but amusing!
With me is my thesis director, she is DA BOMB!
#biology #ecology #climatechange #limnology

"O intelecto nunca descansa até conseguir audiência." Sigmund Freud #CBL2017 #labfico #phytoplankton 🤓#rivers #reservoir #shallowlakes

Today I made it into the water. I had to crutch my way out to the pedalo as this lake is so shallow everything has to be moored half way across. And yes, I fell in! My family disowned me! 😂😱 #pedalos #shallowlakes #wetboot #fearofmissingout

The saprobic index is an index applies to determine pollution level of water based on the presence of organisms such as phytoplankton. This study was conducted to determine the diversity of phytoplankton and water quality of Situ Gunung, Sukabumi, West Java based on saprobic index values.

#journal #saprobic #phytoplankton #diversity #shallowlakes #highlandlake #pollution #limnology

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#repost from @esa_earth
Rolling sand dunes in the expansive Rub’ al Khali desert on the southern Arabian Peninsula are pictured in this image from the Sentinel-2A satellite.
Also known at the ‘Empty Quarter’, the Rub’ al Khali is the largest contiguous sand desert in the world. Precipitation rarely exceeds 35 mm a year and regular high temperatures are around 50°C.
The yellow lines and dots in this false-colour image are sand dunes. Looking closer at the dunes in the lower right, many have three or more ‘arms’ shaped by changing wind directions and are known as ‘star dunes’. They tend to ‘grow’ upwards rather than laterally, and reach up to 250 m in height in some parts of the Rub’ al Khali.
The dunes are interspersed with hardened flat plains – remnants of shallow lakes that existed thousands of years ago, formed by monsoon-like rains and runoff. The multispectral instrument on Sentinel-2 uses parts of the infrared spectrum to detect subtle changes in vegetation cover, but can also see changes in mineral composition where vegetation is sparse. In this image, shades of brown to bright purple show the mineral composition, possibly including salt or gypsum.
This image was captured by Sentinel-2A on 22 December 2015.
#Copernicus #Sentinel #Sentinel2 #satellite #ColourVision #SandDunes #RubAlKhali #desert #ArabianPeninsula #Arabia #SatelliteImage #EmptyQuarter #LargestSandDesert #FalseColour #dunes #StarDunes #FlatPlains #ShallowLakes #vegetation #salt #gypsum
Copyright: contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2015), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO
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#repost from @esa_earth
Rolling sand dunes in the expansive Rub’ al Khali desert on the southern Arabian Peninsula are pictured in this image from the Sentinel-2A satellite.
Also known at the ‘Empty Quarter’, the Rub’ al Khali is the largest contiguous sand desert in the world. Precipitation rarely exceeds 35 mm a year and regular high temperatures are around 50°C.
The yellow lines and dots in this false-colour image are sand dunes. Looking closer at the dunes in the lower right, many have three or more ‘arms’ shaped by changing wind directions and are known as ‘star dunes’. They tend to ‘grow’ upwards rather than laterally, and reach up to 250 m in height in some parts of the Rub’ al Khali.
The dunes are interspersed with hardened flat plains – remnants of shallow lakes that existed thousands of years ago, formed by monsoon-like rains and runoff. The multispectral instrument on Sentinel-2 uses parts of the infrared spectrum to detect subtle changes in vegetation cover, but can also see changes in mineral composition where vegetation is sparse. In this image, shades of brown to bright purple show the mineral composition, possibly including salt or gypsum.
This image was captured by Sentinel-2A on 22 December 2015.
#Copernicus #Sentinel #Sentinel2 #satellite #ColourVision #SandDunes #RubAlKhali #desert #ArabianPeninsula #Arabia #SatelliteImage #EmptyQuarter #LargestSandDesert #FalseColour #dunes #StarDunes #FlatPlains #ShallowLakes #vegetation #salt #gypsum
Copyright: contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2015), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO
Reposted in @gridsapp

Rolling sand dunes in the expansive Rub’ al Khali desert on the southern Arabian Peninsula are pictured in this image from the Sentinel-2A satellite. 
Also known at the ‘Empty Quarter’, the Rub’ al Khali is the largest contiguous sand desert in the world. Precipitation rarely exceeds 35 mm a year and regular high temperatures are around 50°C. 
The yellow lines and dots in this false-colour image are sand dunes. Looking closer at the dunes in the lower right, many have three or more ‘arms’ shaped by changing wind directions and are known as ‘star dunes’. They tend to ‘grow’ upwards rather than laterally, and reach up to 250 m in height in some parts of the  Rub’ al Khali. 
The dunes are interspersed with hardened flat plains – remnants of shallow lakes that existed thousands of years ago, formed by monsoon-like rains and runoff. The multispectral instrument on Sentinel-2 uses parts of the infrared spectrum to detect subtle changes in vegetation cover, but can also see changes in mineral composition where vegetation is sparse. In this image, shades of brown to bright purple show the mineral composition, possibly including salt or gypsum. 
This image was captured by Sentinel-2A on 22 December 2015.
#Copernicus #Sentinel #Sentinel2 #satellite #ColourVision #SandDunes #RubAlKhali #desert #ArabianPeninsula #Arabia #SatelliteImage #EmptyQuarter #LargestSandDesert #FalseColour #dunes #StarDunes #FlatPlains #ShallowLakes #vegetation #salt #gypsum
Copyright: contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2015), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

Today I made it into the water. I had to crutch my way out to the pedalo as this lake is so shallow everything has to be moored half way across. And yes, I fell in! My family disowned me! 😂😱 #pedalos #shallowlakes #wetboot #fearofmissingout

"O intelecto nunca descansa até conseguir audiência." Sigmund Freud #CBL2017 #labfico #phytoplankton 🤓#rivers #reservoir #shallowlakes

Y'all missing out on these views. #sunsetlaketowers #reflectology #shallowlakes #dubsviews

The saprobic index is an index applies to determine pollution level of water based on the presence of organisms such as phytoplankton. This study was conducted to determine the diversity of phytoplankton and water quality of Situ Gunung, Sukabumi, West Java based on saprobic index values.

#journal #saprobic #phytoplankton #diversity #shallowlakes #highlandlake #pollution #limnology

Waterbird as bioindicator at shallow lakes, Ciputat #poster #abstract #ecology #aves #waterbird #biology #bioindicator #shallowlakes

Nothing beats lake nights🔥🎣💁😘❤

Navegando por dulce de clorofila (con densidad parecida a la de leche) en 2 días de muestreo en PN Otamendi con los titanes de Limnología de la UBA #UBA #FCEN #defendamoslauniversidadpublica #biology #limnology #science #shallowlakes #argentina #buenosaires

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