Tag: "haze" at biology news
Invisible gases form most organic haze in urban, rural areas
...missions of particulates, form the bulk of organic haze
in both urban and rural areas around the world. ... account for about two-thirds of the total organic haze
in urban areas and more than 90 percent of organic haze
in rural areas. The study was led by Qi Z...
Leicester researcher to lead global team tackling carbon 'time-bomb'
...ave only been aware of this ecosystem when choking haze
from peatland fires has engulfed Southeast Asia. We want to bring the value of tropical peatlands to the forefront of policy makers' thinking, even after the peatland fires have died down." His colleague, Dr Jyrki Jauhiainen, also from the Univers...
Experts advise world policies to cope with causes, rising consequences of creeping desertification
...e health risk posed by a massive continental-sized haze
that impacts Africa and India. Dr Lal says that by modestly improving soil quality in developing countries, an extra 20-30 million metric tons of food per year could be produced enough to feed the number of people being added to their populatio...
Early Earth haze may have spurred life, says University of Colorado study
... similar organic haze. "It turns out that organic haze
can form over a wide range of methane and carbon d...gas, she said. According to the study, a similar haze
hanging over Earth early in its history could have supplied more than 100 million tons of organic ma...
Pollutant haze heats the Arctic
...utants warm the far north: the Arctic's well-known haze
made of particulate pollution from mid-latitude c...and further aggravating climate warming." Arctic haze
has been seen in the Arctic since the Industrial Revolution began about 1750. "Whalers and explorers...
...lf-century period, has entrenched China in a foggy haze
that absorbs and deflects the sun's rays. For the ...llute the air) in the past has produced a fog-like haze
that has reduced solar radiation (surface heat from sunshine), despite more frequent clear days that...
Microscopic brain imaging in the palm of your hand
...eturn to the detector. The result is a background haze
in the images, almost like viewing the sample thro...gh a cloud. It's possible to get rid of background haze
and reduce the scattering using two-photon fluorescence imaging. Instead of one higher-energy photon...