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Warming due to carbon dioxide jumped by half in 25 years

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Warming due to carbon dioxide jumped by half in 25 years

Human activity  has increased the direct warming effect of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere by 50 percent above pre-industrial levels during the past 25 years, according to NOAA's 10th Annual Greenhouse...
North Dakota’s Bakken oil and gas field leaking 275,000 tons of methane per year

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

North Dakota’s Bakken oil and gas field leaking 275,000 tons of methane per year

The Bakken oil and gas field is leaking a lot of methane, but less than some satellites report, and less than the latest Environmental Protection Agency inventory for petroleum systems, according to the...
Leftover warm water in Pacific Ocean fueled massive El Niño

Monday, May 9, 2016

Leftover warm water in Pacific Ocean fueled massive El Niño

Editor's note: The American Geophysical Union wrote the following release on new NOAA research publishing in Geophysical Research Letters. A new study by NOAA's Aaron Levine and Michael Mcphaden provides insight into...
Will droughts turn the Amazon into a giant source of carbon emissions?

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Will droughts turn the Amazon into a giant source of carbon emissions?

As climate change increases temperatures and alters rainfall patterns across South America, scientists are concerned that the Amazon rainforest will shift from a carbon sponge to a carbon source.
Flying high to measure gravity: humans optional

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Flying high to measure gravity: humans optional

NOAA's Unmanned Aircraft Systems Program worked through NOAA's Small Business Innovation Research Program  to test an unmanned aircraft system for gravity measurements. SBIR funds high-risk,...
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