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Tuesday, March 1st, 2022

Quantum Sensor Breakthrough Paves Way for Groundbreaking Map of World Under Earth’s Surface

An object hidden below ground has been located using quantum technology, a long-awaited milestone with profound implications for industry, human knowledge and national security. University of Birmingham researchers from the UK National Quantum Technology Hub in Sensors and Timing reported their achievement in Nature. It is the first in the world for a quantum gravity

Tuesday, February 15th, 2022

West Nile Virus and Mosquito Nuisance Prevention with a UAV

For a nuisance-reduction program after a summer rainfall 2021, GDG was challenged to monitor a several-thousand-hectare region and treat all mosquito breeding sites within it in just five days. As a result, biological larvicide treatment was applied to nearly one thousand hectares of areas producing mosquito larvae by GDG’s drone division in 2021.  “Once a

Monday, January 31st, 2022

Volcano-Observing Drone Flights Open Door to Routine Hazard Monitoring

The ability to provide a “volcano forecast” could help reduce the significant health, safety and even economic impacts of eruptions; they regularly disrupt aviation and the global supply chain we depend on. Last fall, circling the summit of an active volcano, a small aircraft moved us toward a future where remote but hazardous volcanoes are

Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

2021 Tied for 6th Warmest Year in Continued Trend, NASA Analysis Shows

Earth’s global average surface temperature in 2021 tied with 2018 as the sixth-warmest on record, according to independent analyses done by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Continuing the planet’s long-term warming trend, global temperatures in 2021 were 1.5 degrees Fahrenheit (0.85 degrees Celsius) above the average for NASA’s baseline period, according

Tuesday, January 4th, 2022

NASA-NOAA Tech Will Aid Marine Oil Spill Response

NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) scientists are teaming up to test remote-sensing technology for use in oil-spill response.  Just off the coast of Santa Barbara, Calif., thousands of gallons of oil seep through cracks in the seafloor and rise to the surface each day. But this isn’t a disaster zone: It’s one

Monday, December 13th, 2021

Novel Source of the Strong Greenhouse Gas Nitrous Oxide Found in Siberian Permafrost

A previously unknown source of the strong greenhouse gas nitrous oxide has been found in East Siberian Yedoma permafrost. Published in Nature Communications, the observation was made by an international group of researchers, with the lead of researchers from the University of Eastern Finland. Nitrous oxide (N2O) is the third-most important greenhouse gas after carbon

Tuesday, November 30th, 2021

One Year From Launch: U.S.-European Satellite to Track World’s Water

An international team of engineers and technicians has finished assembling a next-generation satellite that will make the first global survey of Earth’s surface water and study fine-scale ocean currents. The Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission is just a year out from launch, and the final set of tests on the spacecraft have started.

Tuesday, November 16th, 2021

NASA Study Traces Decade of Ammonia Air Pollution in Africa

A new NASA-led study is the first to document changing atmospheric ammonia (NH3) concentrations in Africa over an extended period. Ammonia is an air pollutant that can lead to heart- and lung-related illness. When present in excess in an ecosystem, it can make soil more acidic and hinder plant growth. Ammonia is emitted naturally from

Sunday, August 12th, 2007

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