2011 Sept. 20: CA & IA iowa City: Black Carbon studies

2011 Sept. 20: CA & IA iowa City: Black Carbon studies
Study shows black carbon is major warming culprit
The Stanford Daily
Black carbon is the second leading cause of global warming after carbon dioxide, according to research by professor of civil and environmental engineering Mark Jacobson. Jacobson presented his research on black carbon’s effects on global warming at the
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Regulators misread key climate weapon
environmentalresearchweb
Black carbon has a very short lifetime in the atmosphere, so if you stop its emissions, it has a very fast feedback, meaning you can cool the temperature quickly,” Jacobson told environmentalresearchweb . Jacobson thinks that cooling contributions
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Black dust riddle solved as study points to power plant
Times of Malta
The conclusion was corroborated by limited results of chemical analysis of the black particles found in the Fgura dust. Some of the black spherical particles were found to contain carbon, sulphur, silicon, chlorine, iron, aluminium, calcium, nickel,
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Blogs black carbon
Study of black carbon aerosol lands EPA grant | fyi – News for
By University Communication and Marketing
Study of black carbon aerosol lands EPA grant. By. University Communication and Marketing. – Published: 09/19/2011 Posted in: Briefly… Greg Carmichael, Karl Kammermeyer Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering in the UI
News for Faculty and Staff
Web 2 new results for black carbon
Carmichael Leads News EPA Study on Black Carbon’s Climate and
The Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at the College of Engineering at the University of Iowa is located in Iowa City, Iowa.
www.cbe.engineering.uiowa.edu/news/newsDetail.php?…813
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