Atmospheric particles slow global warming

Volcanic ash from small-scale eruptions and soot resulting from the burning of fossil fuels may be responsible for slowing the rate of global warming by 20-percent, according to the results of a new National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) study, published in the online edition of Science (pdf).

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Information taken directly from: Geospatial World

Sachiye Day, VERTICES intern. sachiye@vertices.com

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