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Sarath Guttikunda Jul 23
A repository of ranging from official portals guidelines acts rules; compiled statistics maps; observations; ; ; reanalysis & ; for
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Sarath Guttikunda Jul 23
managing ozone requires a more nuanced approach, since we need to get the drops in and just right. A quick look at the photochemical reactions binding and
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Sarath Guttikunda Jul 20
By 2030, India will see oil consumption double and gas demand treble. Coal India, the state-owned miner, has been told by the government to boost annual coal production from the current 600 million tons to a billion tonnes by 2024.
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Sarath Guttikunda Jul 15
.. city-centric or sector-centric approach is not enough. Going forward, looking beyond times, we must plan to cut emissions at all sources inside & outside the city limits, to maintain sustained reductions from
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CarbonCopy Jun 28
Toxic pollutants entered Delhi via these three air corridors during the winters of 2018 and 2019.
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Pawan Gupta Jun 28
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Christine Wiedinmyer Jun 27
Measuring air pollution could help London transport planners fight COVID-19
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Sarath Guttikunda Jun 27
Replying to @spatialthoughts
Essential Service !!
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Sarath Guttikunda Jun 27
Now, that is a big swarm of detected by -- many videos online
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H. Christopher ("Chris") Frey Jun 26
Loud booming resounding mic drop from and others at Harvard on PM2.5 epidemiology!
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Chella Rajan Jun 26
There must be something about the that rattles people. Right, ?
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James O'Connor Jun 26
Sharing a mini project from last weekend - mapping data onto Sentinel 5 using AWS lambda - , might be of interest to EO peeps. Lots of holes, simple example only. API like
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Iyad Kheirbek Jun 26
Some great examples of what cities are doing around mitigating traffic as we recover from COVID-19. Lockdowns Tamed Road Traffic. Here’s How Cities Aim to Keep It Down.
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Chetan Bhattacharji Jun 26
Here’s a thread based on on where India stands on a threat bigger than . A bigger health & economic threat already playing out (& likely to outlast the covid nightmare) 1/n (pic:LS site)
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Sarath Guttikunda Jun 26
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UrbanSciences Jun 26
Chlorine-Bromine-Selenium (Cl-Br-Se) make up ~ 37% to 42% of our PM10 pollution. Dust makes up ~ 30% Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) a source for Cl Above largely in Northwest winds (from Pakistan, Punjab, Haryana) Knowing sources important for mitigation
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Hindustan Times Jun 25
set in early, has covered most parts: IMD (report by and ) Read more:
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Sarath Guttikunda Jun 25
A tribute to Prof. Kirk Smith from Kirk's legacy - Clean Air for Everyone, Everywhere
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Pawan Gupta Jun 25
MODIS-T daily mean AOD time series for the area, thanks to , it appears that in 2000, values were close to current values. AVHRR data can provide longer records- also see the post by on the topic
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Sarath Guttikunda Jun 25
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