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Satellite Shows How Climate Could Alter Global Carbon Cycle

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Satellite Shows How Climate Could Alter Global Carbon Cycle

A NASA satellite mission launched to watch the Earth "breathe" has revealed some striking patterns in how the planet's carbon flux changes seasonally and with large weather events such as El Niño, with some troubling implications for future climate change. The mission's findings are highlighted in five studies in the October 13 issue of Science. NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) mission was launched in July 2014 and has been consistently gathering data on patterns of carbon exchange between the land and the atmosphere around the globe over the course of 16-day cycles, collecting roughly 2 million measurements each month A NASA satellite mission launched to watch the Earth "breathe" has revealed some striking patterns in how the planet's carbon flux changes seasonally and with large weather events such as El Niño, with some troubling implications for future climate change. The mission's findings are highlighted in five studies in the October 13 issue of Science. NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) mission was launched in July 2014 and has been consistently gathering data on patterns of carbon exchange between the land and the atmosphere around the globe over the course of 16-day cycles, collecting roughly 2 million measurements each month


By AAAS, USA.


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- Five Female Biologists, Engineers and Physicists Receive L’Oréal Fellowships

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Five Female Biologists, Engineers and Physicists Receive L’Oréal Fellowships

Five female scientists will receive grants of $60,000 each to further their postdoctoral research through L’Oréal USA’s For Women in Science fellowship program, which for the last fourteen years has sought to recognize the achievement of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and boost the ranks of women in STEM.


By AAAS, USA.


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AAAS Education Programs Aim to Support Students of All Ages

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AAAS Education Programs Aim to Support Students of All Ages

From volunteering in elementary school classrooms to helping undergraduate researchers craft resumes, AAAS’ Education and Human Resources department aims to provide opportunities for students at all levels. Iris Wagstaff, director of EHR's Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Program, said she has always worked to improve the lives of people around her and discovered along the way that her science background aids her efforts.


By AAAS, USA.


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