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Heavy Metal Parhelion vs. Natural Halo with Sun Dogs

25th April 2014 started as haze. The earths rotation gave rise to a higher sun in the glare of a dare I say; blue sky… 490 more words

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Aerosols over Aotearoa - see what you are being sprayed with

See what is being sprayed into the atmosphere that you breathe daily … from observations in the South Island…

South Canterbury Sky Watch

Published on May 18, 2017… 148 more words

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The Mysteries of Sea Mist: Atmospheric discoveries at the air-ocean interface

This article was published by Laura Sanchez – Water Efficiency Magazine Editor on September 6th 2017. I hope you find it as informative as I have. 438 more words

Climate Change

Preservation of ice cores from tropical snow capped mountains

Climate change is resulting in the loss of significant amount of ice from glaciers and ice sheets around the world, especially at the polar regions where global warming’s pace is the fastest. 411 more words

Climate Change

Global Aerosols Market Research Report 2017 By Radiant Insights

Aerosols Report by Material, Application, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2021 is a professional and in-depth research report on the world’s major regional market conditions, focusing on the main regions (North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific) and the main countries (United States, Germany, united Kingdom, Japan, South Korea and China). 320 more words

A doctoral student presented in Asian Aerosol Conference 2017 (Jeju, Korea)

Presenter: F. Faizal (Doctoral student),
Co-author:
S. Yokote (Master-student),
M. P. Khairunnisa (former doctoral student, now with Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia),
W. Lenggoro

“Direct- and Electrospray-Depositions of Particles Derived from Burning Candles” 16 more words

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Urban air pollution affecting Chinese deserts

Dunhuang is a typical desert basin in western China, with the Qilian mountains to the south, Kumtag desert and Lop-Nur to the west, Beisai mountain to the north, and Sanwei mountain to the east. 317 more words

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