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2 'new' greenhouse gases growing
Two new greenhouse gases are accumulating in the atmosphere, according to an international research team led by scientists from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in the US and CSIRO scientist, Dr. (2009-03-23)
Reservoirs are a major source of greenhouse gases
The BioScience Talks podcast (http://bioscience.libsyn.com) features discussions of topical issues related to the biological sciences (2016-11-09)
New web-based tool details greenhouse gas emissions for 6,700 facilities nationwide
How many tons of greenhouse gases are coming out of that smokestack? (2012-02-01)
Biodiesel won't drive down global warming
EU legislation to promote the uptake of biodiesel could increase rather than decrease greenhouse gas emissions. (2007-04-23)
All Earth wants for Christmas? A sock for its coal
Concerns about greenhouse gases and global warming are getting scientists to think in unconventional ways about how to stem the carbon dioxide tide. (2004-12-01)
Greenhouse gases: The measurement challenge
A new report sponsored by NIST focuses on one of the key challenges to developing an effective strategy for managing Earth's greenhouse gases: defining and developing the measurement technology needed to quantify greenhouse gas emissions. (2011-08-17)
Record greenhouse gas levels: See for yourself
For the first time, greenhouse gas data are accessed easily on a new CSIRO website. (2011-06-22)
Scientists describe century of human impact on global surface temperature
Human activity has affected Earth's surface temperature during the last 130 years, according to a new study of greenhouse gas concentrations, human sulfur emissions, and variations in solar activity between 1865 and 1990. (2002-01-22)
DTU is participating in a European network on measurement of greenhouse gases
DTU is one of 34 institutions in 15 countries contributing to the measurements of other greenhouse gases than CO2 in a new EU-funded network, InGOS. (2011-12-13)
A new global warming culprit: Dam drawdowns
Washington State University researchers have documented an underappreciated suite of players in global warming: dams, the water reservoirs behind them, and surges of greenhouse gases as water levels go up and down. (2012-08-08)
PA inventory shows fossil fuels remain largest source of carbon dioxide
Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels are the most significant greenhouse gas emissions in Pennsylvania according to the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory for Pennsylvania prepared by Penn State researchers. (2003-09-24)
New grant supports research to reduce greenhouse gases
Soil carbon sequestration will reduce the buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere while improving America's farmland and the nation's agricultural economy. (2002-05-01)
Verifying greenhouse gas emissions for climate agreements
Agreements to limit emissions of greenhouse gases are currently the focus of international negotiations. (2010-03-18)
K-State soil carbon sequestration research playing role in climate change efforts
Kansas State University research is playing a role in bilateral activities between the United States and Canada on climate change. (2004-04-27)
Old diving tank air extends CSIRO Air Archive
Atmospheric scientists believe air contained in disused dive tanks can potentially extend what is already the longest record of greenhouse gases in the Southern Hemisphere. (2010-03-02)
Reduced sea ice disturbs balance of greenhouse gases
The widespread reduction in Arctic sea ice is causing significant changes to the balance of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. (2013-02-18)
NOAA study: Slowing climate change by targeting gases other than carbon dioxide
Carbon dioxide remains the undisputed king of recent climate change, but other greenhouse gases measurably contribute to the problem. (2011-08-03)
Toward the design of greener consumer products
Scientists are reporting development of a new method for screening molecules and predicting how certain materials, ranging from chemicals used in carpeting to electronics, will contribute to global warming. (2009-09-16)
In beef production, cow-calf phase contributes most greenhouse gases
A new study shows that nursing cows are a major source of methane in beef production. (2013-01-30)
Carbon dioxide controls Earth's temperature
Water vapor and clouds are the major contributors to Earth's greenhouse effect, but a new atmosphere-ocean climate modeling study shows that the planet's temperature ultimately depends on the atmospheric level of carbon dioxide. (2010-10-14)
Degrading plastics revealed as source of greenhouse gases
Researchers from the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) discovered that several greenhouse gases are emitted as common plastics degrade in the environment. (2018-08-01)
Limiting greenhouse gas emissions from land use in Europe
New research presented by IIASA researcher Hannes Bottcher at the EGU General Assembly this week estimates future land use emissions for the European Union, showing that Europe could potentially reduce greenhouse gas emissions from land use by more than 60 percent by 2050. (2013-04-10)
Global CO2 emissions stalled for the third year in a row
The annual assessment of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by the JRC and the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL) confirms that CO2 emissions have stalled for the third year in a row. (2017-10-20)
Drained wetlands give off same amount of greenhouse gases as industry
Drained wetlands in Sweden account for the same amount of greenhouse gas emissions as Swedish industry. (2012-11-23)
To clean air and beyond: Catching greenhouse gases with advanced membranes
Researchers in Japan have developed an advanced membrane for cleaning up greenhouse gases. (2014-09-04)
Ozone depletion trumps greenhouse gas increase in jet-stream shift
Depletion of Antarctic ozone is a more important factor than increasing greenhouse gases in shifting the Southern Hemisphere jet stream in a southward direction, according to researchers at Penn State. (2013-01-31)
Greenhouse gas policies ignoring gap in household incomes: University of Alberta study
Government policies aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from consumers need to be fairer for household income levels, says a University of Alberta researcher. (2013-03-19)
Greenhouse gases main reason for quicker northern winter warming
Greenhouse gases are the main reason why the northern hemisphere is warming quicker during winter-time months than the rest of the world, according to new computer climate model results by NASA scientists. (2001-04-22)
An optimistic vision for Paris Climate Agreement
In December 2015, the world's nations negotiated the Paris Climate Agreement, which seeks to limit global warming to a maximum of 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial temperatures. (2017-01-20)
How inland waters 'breathe' carbon -- and what it means for global systems
A new Yale study reveals important insights into the factors that influence the release of greenhouse gases from rivers and streams, including a key relationship between storm events, ecology, and topography in moderating this release. (2019-04-16)
Man, volcanoes and the sun have influenced Europe's climate over recent centuries
An international research team has discovered that seasonal temperatures in Europe, above all in winter, have been affected over the past 500 years by natural factors such as volcanic eruptions and solar activity, and by human activities such as the emission of greenhouse gases. (2011-01-19)
Shift toward services industries won't end global warming
The shift toward a service-based economy won't automatically reduce the amount of greenhouse gases in the air, a University of Minnesota researcher has found. (2006-11-01)
How heating our homes could help reduce climate change
A radical new heating system where homes would be heated by district centers rather than in individual households could dramatically cut the UK's greenhouse gas emissions. (2010-09-24)
At least part of climate change is man-made
Humanity does seem to have been a major contributor to global warming after all. (2005-04-13)
First greenhouse gas animations produced using Envisat SCIAMACHY data
Based on three years of observations from the SCIAMACHY instrument aboard ESA's Envisat, scientists have produced the first movies showing the global distribution of the most important greenhouse gases -- carbon dioxide and methane -- that contribute to global warming. (2007-03-20)
Measurements by school pupils paved way for key research findings
With their measurements and samples, nearly 3,500 schoolchildren have assisted a research study on lakes and global warming, now published in the journal Scientific Reports. (2017-03-10)
In measuring gas exchange between water and air, size matters
A new study finds that the variability in gas exchange rates in small ponds increases with lake size -- an important finding since gas exchange variability is not well accounted for in global models of greenhouse gas emissions from inland waters. (2017-05-08)
Rapid upper ocean warming linked to declining aerosols
Australian scientists have identified causes of a rapid warming in the upper subtropical oceans of the Southern Hemisphere. (2013-07-22)
If greenhouse gas emissions stopped now, Earth still would likely get warmer
As debate continues about potential policies to curb greenhouse gas emissions, new research shows the world is already committed to a warmer climate because of emissions that have occurred up to now. (2011-02-15)
Growing crops on organic soils increases greenhouse gas emissions
Drained organic soils are a considerable source of greenhouse gases, particularly CO2 and nitrous oxide. (2015-12-17)
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