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August 9, 2010 Cover, Vol. 88, Issue 32

August 9, 2010 Cover, Vol. 88, Issue 32

Monitoring Greenhouse Gases

Emissions-tracking tools are big in academia and government, but uncertain regulations delay uptake by industry. (pp. 10-13)

COVER: In May 2002, NASA launched the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder, one of six weather- and climate-measuring instruments aboard the Aqua spacecraft. The instrument, shown along with its partners being prepared prior to launch, is used to detect and measure CO2 and other greenhouse gases at 3 to 7 miles above Earth’s surface. NASA/JPL-Caltech

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