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Modeling greenhouse gas emissions from atmospheric observations with Lei Hu 31 March 2022

Modeling greenhouse gas emissions from atmospheric observations with Lei Hu

In celebration of Women’s History Month, this article continues a series of interviews with NOAA Research employees and scientists. Some of Lei Hu's previous work was funded by NOAA Climate Program Office.

Meet Our Scientists: Antonietta Capotondi 26 March 2019

Meet Our Scientists: Antonietta Capotondi

Read our Women's History Month interview with Dr. Antonietta Capotondi, the lead of MAPP's Marine Prediction Task Force project and a Co-PI on a Marine Prediction Task Force project . 

Bakken Oil Field emitting roughly 2% of Earth's ethane, says new report 2 May 2016

Bakken Oil Field emitting roughly 2% of Earth's ethane, says new report

New research in Geophysical Research Letters and partially funded by CPO's AC4 program found that the Bakken Formation, an oil and gas field in North Dakota and Montana, is responsible for roughly 2 percent of the globe's ethane--about 250,000 tons per year. 

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