The Arctic is rapidly losing sea ice, and less ice means more open water, and more open water means more gas and aerosol emissions from the ocean into the air, warming the atmosphere and making it cloudier.
Organic aerosols (OAs), an important and abundant fraction of the arctic aerosol mass, plays an important role in modulating the radiative balance of the Arctic atmosphere.
A University of Miami research facility in Barbados is the source of one of the largest aerosol filter archives in the world and provides vital insight into the transport of Saharan dust particles across the Atlantic.
The amount of methane – a greenhouse gas 30 times more potent at trapping heat than carbon dioxide over 100 years – leaking from a huge U.S. oil and gas producing region is several times greater than the federal government estimates, according to a new study led by Stanford University.
Coral reefs in the Gulf of Eilat have been proven particularly resistant to global warming, rising water temperatures and bleaching events that are crippling their counterparts elsewhere around the world.
At first, the Ashland area of southern Oregon seemed like a great place for Mich and Forest Brazil to raise their kids: It had natural beauty, plenty of open space, and a family-friendly atmosphere.
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.
Southwest Research Institute is investigating clean automotive technologies to enable traditional internal combustion (IC) engines to efficiently run on hydrogen fuel.
Engineers at the University of Cincinnati have developed a promising electrochemical system to convert emissions from chemical and power plants into useful products while addressing climate change.
A single-celled marine microbe capable of photosynthesis and hunting and eating prey may be a secret weapon in the battle against climate change.
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