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PAPER: Charged Aerosols vs. Hydrophilicity of Substrate. 親水性度の異なる表面に対して、気中に浮遊する帯電粒子は?

The main researchers are Kusdianto and Gen (Doctoral students)
Area-selective deposition of charged particles derived from colloidal aerosol droplets on a surface with different hydrophilic levels… 78 more words


'Superglue' for the atmosphere

From Goethe University Frankfurt A research group lead by scientists at the Goethe University Frankfurt discover details on how clouds form

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Climate: Pollution causing drop in monsoon rains

‘Human activity has played a significant role in altering the seasonal monsoon rainfall on which billions of people depend’

Staff Report

FRISCO — A 10 percent drop in overall monsoon rainfall in the northern hemisphere during past 50 years is outside the range of natural climate variability, Scottish researchers said after a detailed analysis of weather data. 266 more words

Climate And Weather

Fall in monsoon rains driven by rise in air pollution, study shows

EurekAlert 1-Oct-2014

Emissions produced by human activity have caused annual monsoon rainfall to decline over the past 50 years, a study suggests.
In the second half of the 20th century, the levels of rain recorded during the Northern Hemisphere’s summer monsoon fell by as much as 10 per cent, researchers say. 87 more words

Environmental Toxicology

Revising another paper

We got a paper back from the reviewers a few days ago and there are some comments requesting revisions to the explanation of the statistical methods and the analysis. 256 more words


Extras: August 31 - September 6

Documenting more aerosols and bizarre looking clouds, in New Orleans and in Pensacola.

What is in this cloud?

Lots of triangles in this pic.

This is the sun most days, occluded by chem-clouds. 9 more words


August 31 - September 6

Lots of aerosols sprayed into the atmosphere. Also a few pics taken on the way to Pensacola.

Morning aerosols from Gentilly.

Chemtrails, haven’t seen these in a while. 20 more words

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