Daily Archives: June 24, 2009

Global Map Of Ammonia Emissions Measured From Space Reveals New Hotspots

The first complete map of global ammonia emissions has recently been achieved using to satellite data. It reveals an underestimation of some of the ammonia concentrations detected by current inventories, and identifies new hotspots.This work, carried out by a team … Continue reading

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Patagonian glaciers melting at unprecedented rates

The latest research expedition to the Southern Patagonia Ice Field revealed that alpine glaciers in the Chilean and Argentine Andes are disappearing at much faster rates than previously anticipated by the scientific community.The scientists discovered that the masses of ice … Continue reading

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