Still, more than half of the seeds required for cloud droplets to form in both the present-day and preindustrial atmospheres are made by trace gases that condense to form minute aerosol particles.Read More »Biogeosciences
A new study estimates more than three times as much sulfur entered the air compared to what previous studies assumed, implying the ensuing period of cool weather may have been colder than thought.Read More »Atmospheric Sciences
Ice cores and ancient river records suggest that volcanic eruptions may have reduced the flow of the Nile River. Failures of the Nile floods that usually irrigated Egypt’s farms could have fed social unrest.Read More »
Using data from NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2 satellite, researchers measured emissions of the greenhouse gas from individual coal plants in the United States, India, and South Africa.Read More »
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