Here’s a video produced by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center using data detected by the Earth Observing System , that shows those aerosol movements from September 2006 to April 2007: Hope the link works for you. http://qz.com/335794
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Monitoring Air Quality, Empowering Communities Posted by Philip Orton Would you stand in front of a truck to stop injustice? If you were pressed to contemplate such an extreme action, wouldn’t you want to have accurate information first on how serious of an injustice was being committed? I certainly would, and that is why our research group at Stevens Institute is partnering with students to collect air pollution data at the site of the proposed marine garbage transfer station (MTS) at East 91 st Street in Manhattan. The site is next to Asphalt Green , a large community center used by thousands of children for outdoor recreation. We are looking forward to providing high school students from the community with detailed data on air quality and how it changes if the MTS is built and begins operations. [NOTE: initial measurements are online now in a new post ]. Met One Aero-212 atmospheric particle counter deployed at Asphalt Gr
BAM 1020 AND WEATHER STATION IN SERBIA Enviro Technology has published You Tube videos on the maintenance of the BAM 1020. Please click on link or copy into your browser to watch. Any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. http://youtu.be/w11vV8-SMK4
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