This visualization shows how water mass is constantly changing around the world.
Each circle shows water height anomaly for that location compared to its long-term average. White circles represent wa...
ter gain while empty circles represent water loss, the bigger the circle, the higher the gain or loss.
The visualization is a part of a submission for HeadsUP! Times Square Visualization Challenge. The full submission can be found at http://www.torre.nl/headsup/
Data: Global Water Mass, GRACE Satellite Monthly Data 2002-11 from the Global Water Mass, http://www.visualizing.org/datasets/global-water-mass-grace-satellite-monthly-data-2002-11
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