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What happens to CO2 levels during El Niño?

Thanks to NASA’s new Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 satellite, we now know when and where CO2 levels change during El Niño, and can pinpoint the culprit of rising CO¬2 levels during El Niño events. Julia DohnerJulia is a PhD student at Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, California. Her focus is on biogeochemistry, which, as […]

Observing Ocean Clarity from Space

A Secchi Disk is a simple tool used to measure water transparency and has been used for over 100 years! One thing water transparency can tell us if there is enough light available for primary production. Recently satellite data has been adapted to monitor ocean water transparency as well. Researchers in this study used a […]

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