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A snow-covered field is seen near Buffalo, New York Featured Aerial Views Print

A snow-covered field is seen near Buffalo, New York

A snow-covered field is seen near Buffalo, New York, November 21, 2014. Warm temperatures and rain were forecast for the weekend in the city of Buffalo and western New York, bringing the threat of widespread flooding to the region bound for days by deep snow. Areas where several feet of snow fell this week should brace for significant, widespread flooding, the National Weather Service warned on Friday. REUTERS/Lindsay DeDario (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) - GM1EABM0O4Z01

Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Powell Featured Aerial Views Print

Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Powell

A narrow slot canyon is seen from the air at Lake Powell near Page, Arizona, May 26, 2015. Lake Powell on the Colorado River provides water for Nevada, Arizona and California. A severe drought in recent years, combined with withdrawals that many believe are not sustainable, has reduced its levels to only about 42 percent of its capacity. REUTERS/Rick Wilking PICTURE 3 OF 26 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE POWELL"SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS POWELL" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - GF

An aerial view shows a resort island at the Male Atoll Featured Aerial Views Print

An aerial view shows a resort island at the Male Atoll

An aerial view shows a resort island at the Male Atoll December 7, 2009. Maldives has a population of some 400,000 islanders, whose livelihood from fishing and tourism is being hit by climate change. Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed said in November that 2 degrees Celsius warming would risk swamping the sand-rimmed coral atolls and islets, dotted with palm trees and mangrove clumps, that form his small country.REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (MALDIVES - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) - GM1E5CE00DE01