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Tiny Particles Brighten Clouds in the Tropics

Tiny Particles Brighten Clouds in the Tropics

Airborne mission finds a global belt of particle formation is making clouds brighter

Findings from one of the first studies produced by the Atmospheric Tomorgraphy mission suggest climate models may underestimate the cooling effect...
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Dr. Jamese Sims is a senior physical scientist at the Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorological Services and Supporting Research, where...
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For more than 10 years, Dr. Natasha White was an environmental scientist with NOAA’s National Ocean Service/National Centers for Coastal...
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