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Providing the best possible information on atmospheric constituents that
drive climate change, stratospheric ozone depletion, and surface radiation.
Demonstrating an aircore balloon flight to preschool kids.
It’s a question that’s puzzled policymakers, researchers and regulatory agencies for years: How much methane is being emitted from natural gas operations across the U.S.? And why have the two main estimation methods applied across U.S. oil and gas basins always seem to disagree?
The fall equinox means the end of summer for the Northern Hemisphere, but marks the beginning of spring — and the first glimpse of the sun since March — for scientists at NOAA’s South Pole Atmospheric Baseline Observatory located at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Research Station.
An airborne project with NOAA and CIRES instrument investigators in the Global Monitoring Division was selected for five-year funding starting in 2020 through 2025 from the NASA Earth Venture Suborbital-3 program (EVS-3).
NOAA's Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL), Global Monitoring Division, will hold the 47th Global Monitoring Annual Conference on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 21rd and 22th, 2019, in Boulder, Colorado.
A Laboratory scientific review was held to evaluate the quality, relevance, and performance of research conducted in ESRL/GMD for both internal and external interests, and to help strategically position the division in its planning of future science.