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Looking to the skies: How aerosols affect clouds

Global climate is a very complex phenomenon. To understand one aspect, the use of human-made aerosols, researchers have been studying the effects of sprays on clouds.

Op-Ed: What does Mike Huckabee get wrong about science? A lot, it seems

What does Mike Huckabee get wrong about science? I did some digging and came to the conclusion that perhaps the question should be: "Does Mike Huckabee ever get anything right about science?"

Massive volcanic eruptions may have caused 'Little Ice Age'

The centuries-long period of intense cold between A.D. 1275 and 1900, often referred to as the Little Ice Age, may have been caused by four massive volcanic eruptions, a new scientific study suggests.

Aerosols: Their Role in Australian Rainfall

Aerosols may have a greater impact on patterns of Australian rainfall and future climate change than previously thought, according to leading atmospheric scientist, CSIRO’s Dr Leon Rotstayn.
 

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Aerosols  particularly black carbon  can alter reflectivity by depositing a layer of dark residue on...
Aerosols, particularly black carbon, can alter reflectivity by depositing a layer of dark residue on ice and other bright surfaces. Black ash covered the summit of New Zealand’s Mount Ruapehu in 2007.
NASA Earth Observatory
NASA s snapshot of the world on fire. 
Nothing summarizes the current state of the world s fires mu...
NASA's snapshot of the world on fire. Nothing summarizes the current state of the world's fires much like NASA's snapshot of Earth's aerosols.
NASA