They found that greenhouse gas emissions from streams and wetlands at Coweeta could be highly variable.
Data from the Tropomi instrument onboard the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite has been used to detect methane plumes over some of Europe’s largest methane-emitting coal mines.
Rooftop gardens and greenery can help ease some of the severe heat in cities, according to research from climate scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York.
The scientists describe their technique in a paper published today in the journal iSCIENCE.
A new satellite-derived dataset links concentrations of fine particulate matter in air pollution with health outcomes in cities around the world.
A new satellite-derived global dataset links concentrations of nitrogen dioxide with cases of pediatric asthma in urban areas around the world.
New research from Global Monitoring Laboratory has identified temperate western Asia and tropical Asia as two additional source regions for the rising emissions of CFC-11 identified by NOAA scientists in 2018.
Methyl bromide is an important ozone depleting trace gas that is currently emitted primarily from natural sources.
The use of hand sanitising gels and increased hand-washing practices throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on the environment and—by extension—public health.
Engineered bacteria convert captured carbon dioxide into chemicals for fuels, fabric and cosmetics
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