When seasons change, nature reacts differently depending on where you live.  Temperatures change, rain or snow falls, rivers may flood. From space, NASA satellites record the change of seasons. Satellite images show large parts of the landscape at one time. This helps scientists study regional patterns on Earth. These images also help show bigger changes that may occur over several years.

What does the change in seasons look like where you live? 

Checking Weather Forecasts in the United Kingdom

Vegetation Patterns Around Lake George, New York

Effects of the Rainy Season Along the Nile

Sea Ice in the Arctic Circle

Water Storage in the Amazon

Air Temperature at Earth's Surface

Water Vapor Around the Globe

Winter and Summer in the Salt Lake Region