The EPA’s preferred vehicle-emissions simulator doesn’t handle curves so well, according to a study by scientists at Texas Southern University. Continue reading Better climate models around the bend?
On a summer night in Colorado, a Hampton University scientist and his collaborator glimpsed one of Mother Nature’s weirdest, rarest fireworks shows Continue reading The tiger elves that live in the sky
Once known as the smog capital of the world, Los Angeles is on its way to shedding that reputation. Beijing, take notice! If you grew up in or near a large US city in the 1980s and 90s, you might recall the frequent warnings—especially on hot days—of high ozone (O3) levels. Breathing ground-level ozone—a product of … Continue reading Is clean air worth the cost? A case study for developing megacities