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Measuring Greenhouse Gases on the Go

UCR’s mobile emissions lab on location at a dairy manure lagoon in Southern California.   Measuring Greenhouse Gases on the Go New mobile emissions van allows UCR researchers to track atmospheric emissions anytime, anywhere By Sarah Nightingale Two UC Riverside ...

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Unexpected natural source of methane discovered

A new methane-generating pathway was discovered in Rhodopseudomonas palustris, but also occurs in some other nitrogen-fixing microorganisms. MicrobeWiki   Unexpected natural source of methane discovered Some nitrogen-fixing microorganisms contain an enzyme for the simultaneous production of ammonia and methane. Leila ...

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Action must be taken now

  Action must be taken now By Lotte Krull The world’s countries must do more to limit global warming. The UN’s Emissions Gap Report 2017 calls for higher ambitions for reducing emissions of greenhouse gases. If global warming by the ...

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Close monitoring of climate changes

  Close monitoring of climate changes By Anne Kirsten Frederiksen Reliable and standardized data are necessary in the work to meet the challenges presented by global warming. A new European network of more than 100 measurement stations monitor the development ...

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The Finkel Review at a glance

The Finkel review aims to introduce certainty into Australia’s energy market. Reuters/Tim Wimborne Click for a full size image   The Finkel Review at a glance The long-awaited report from Chief Scientist Alan Finkel into Australia’s National Electricity Market was ...

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