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There are 110 item(s) tagged with the keyword "Atmosphere".

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1. Trees can help mitigate ammonia emissions from farming

Scientists have developed a new online calculator and guidance to help farmers and others to design woodland to capture airborne ammonia, reducing pollution.

Tags: Atmosphere, Biodiversity, Farming, Forests, Plants, Pollution, UK
2. The Goldilocks effect: Weighing the world's forests

It is an old complaint: not being able to see the wood for the trees. But the grumble is being smashed thanks to a new dimension from a European Space Agency mission soon to launch.

Tags: Atmosphere, Biodiversity, Climate, Earth observation, Forests, Space, Technology
3. Smoother and safer flying

Flying through a patch of severe and unexpected turbulence is an unforgettable, unsettling and sometimes painful experience for tens of thousands of passengers each year.

Tags: Atmosphere, Climate, Environmental change, Technology, Weather
4. Keeping satellites in the sky

As part of a series of interviews with new NERC Independent Research Fellows, Ingrid Cnossen talks about the beauty of flexible working and how understanding the weather can help to keep satellites in orbit.

Tags: Atmosphere, Climate, Earth observation, Environmental change, Space, Technology
5. New technology models cities' air quality in under 10 minutes

Dr Nicola Masey has found that a new system can accurately model air quality in large cities like London in minutes, within five metres of any given location using just a standard office computer.

Tags: Atmosphere, Climate, Earth observation, Hazards, Health, Mapping, Pollution, Technology, UK
6. Scientists take to the skies to measure emissions from Greater Manchester moor fires

Scientists flew through the plumes of smoke rising from the Greater Manchester moor fires to sample pollution levels.

Tags: Atmosphere, Climate, Ecology, Environmental change, Health, Pollution, Weather
7. How much time is left to meet the Paris climate agreement?

Dr Phil Goodwin and Professor Ric Williams ran 100 million simulations of carbon emissions and warming to find out.

Tags: Adaptation and mitigation, Atmosphere, Climate, Conservation, Environmental change, Hazards, Pollution, Sustainability
8. Hay Trans.MISSION Q&A with Chris Haughton and Dr Emily Shuckburgh

Dr Emily Shuckburgh worked with author and illustrator Chris Haughton to show how scientists measure the impacts of CO2 over time.

Tags: Adaptation and mitigation, Antarctic, Atmosphere, Climate, Environmental change, Flooding, Hazards, Ice, Sea level change, Sustainability, Videos, Weather
9. Hay Trans.MISSION Q&A with Dan Binns and Professor Ally Lewis

Aardman director Dan Binns teamed up with Professor Ally Lewis to explore the surprising amount of air pollution emitted by the home.

Tags: Adaptation and mitigation, Atmosphere, Climate, Environmental change, Hazards, Sustainability, Videos
10. Hay Trans.MISSION Q&A with Nicola Davies and Professor Ed Hawkins

Poet Nicola Davies teamed up with Professor Ed Hawkins to explore climate and weather in a series of poems set to images.

Tags: Adaptation and mitigation, Arctic, Antarctic, Atmosphere, Climate, Environmental change, Flooding, Hazards, Ice, Sea level change, Sustainability, Videos, Weather

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