A team of national and international researchers is in Indianapolis measuring greenhouse emissions in the city.
Dr. Steven C. Wofsy, Abbott Lawrence Rotch professor of atmospheric and environmental science at Harvard University, leads the team consisting of researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory and a German university. Six undergraduate students from the University of Indianapolis are also assisting the research team with instrument setup and data analysis.
“The overall goal is to determine the amount of carbon dioxide and methane greenhouse gases being...
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