In the final Audio Diary from the AGU 2012 fall meeting in San Francisco, Jennifer and Will reflect on the the past week as a whole, and also talk about ecohydrology, bags of aerosols, clones and climate science communication.
Archive for December 2012
It's the third day at the AGU Fall Meeting and Will Morgan went to the exhibition hall to catch up with former Barometer podcaster Gavin McMeeking who is now working for a company that makes instrumentation that can measure black carbon in the atmosphere. Black carbon?, you ask. Pitch black and all that? Get enlightened & listen to this episode!
Welcome to the second of our audio diaries from the American Geophysical Union Conference in San Francisco. Today Jennifer and Will are reporting on some of the background behind efforts to improve estimates of harmful pollutants in the atmosphere, with particular emphasis on ammonia. For more information on emissions and air pollution, check out our previous episodes here and here.
Welcome to the first of our audio diaries from the American Geophysical Union Conference in San Francisco. Today Jennifer and Will are reporting on a session discussing how the science and policy relating to the ozone hole developed and the parallels with efforts to tackle greenhouse gas emissions.
For more information on what caused the hole in the ozone layer, check out our previous episode here.