Artificial climate control might become ineffective

One regional geoengineering proposal for alleviating the extreme heat effects of global warming, the brightening of marine clouds to reflect more solar energy to space over different limited areas, could work in present-day conditions but may become ineffective in the future, according to new research.

Monsoon image

Asian Monsoon Lofts Ozone-Depleting Substances to Stratosphere

Powerful monsoon winds, strengthened by a warming climate, are lofting unexpectedly large quantities of ozone-depleting substances high into the atmosphere over East Asia, new research shows. 

ACOM Scientists with GIII Plane

NSF NCAR Scientists Participate in Mission to Measure Air Quality Over Asia

NASA-led ASIA-AQ campaign will help verify and interpret new satellite observations


OMI-TROPOMI-Workshop01-June3-6-2024.JPG 2024 OMI-TROPOMI Workshop
The OMI-TROPOMI workshop held from June 3 - 6 at the NCAR ACOM Foothills laboratory was very successful.