- April 8, 2015
Anaesthetic is WARMING the planet: Gases used to knock out patients during surgery are contributing to climate change
Anaesthetic gases used to send patients to sleep during surgery are accumulating in the Earth's atmosphere where they are contributing to climate change. Scientists say they have detected the gases used in anaesthetic as far a field as Antarctica and concentrations have been rising globally in the...
- February 19, 2015
- University of Bristol Research
Using a combination of atmospheric measurements and complex modelling technology, Bristol researchers routinely verify the UK’s estimated greenhouse gas emissions.
- September 10, 2014
- Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen
- June 9, 2014
- Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Every two years, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and the Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) release a State of the Climate Report for Australia. State of the Climate 2014 is their third climate report. All State of the Climate reports (2014,...
- May 7, 2014
- University of Bristol News Press Release
A network of integrated greenhouse gas measurements in the UK and Ireland – the first of its kind in Europe – has been awarded renewed funding of £918,000 for continued operation.
- April 3, 2014
- MIT News
MIT researchers, as part of an international team, examine the total warming impact of 25 major synthetic greenhouse gases.
- February 4, 2014
- Greenhouse Gases UK
The first weekly 14CO2 flask has been filled at Mace Head, Ireland. Isotope sampling over the next 24 months will help to separate anthropogenic from biospheric contributions to the atmospheric carbon dioxide variations.
- January 30, 2014
- The Barometer
In this latest episode of the Barometer, Sam talks to Dr. Matt Rigby from the University of Bristol's School of Chemistry about the role that models will have to play in the GAUGE project.
- January 15, 2014
- The Barometer
In this episode of the Barometer, Jen catches up with Professor Simon O'Doherty from the University of Bristol, to discuss the ground-based aspect of the GAUGE project.
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