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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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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
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.
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