ARL Weekly News – October 27, 2023
Climate news story featuring Howard Diamond
Dr. Howard Diamond, Climate Science Program Manager for NOAA’s Air Resources Laboratory, was interviewed by WGXA in Macon, Ga, about carbon emissions. As he stated: “I equate it to a bathtub. If the bathtub has the drain open but you kept the spigot on, it’s never going to empty. So you have to cut that spigot down.”
The full interview is available at WGXA.
SORD contributes to NNSA Field Experiment
ARL’s Special Operations and Research Division in Nevada participated in an experiment with NNSA to improve the United States’ ability to detect low-yield nuclear explosions around the world. Learn more here.
NOAA’s Air Resources Laboratory — 75 Years of Research Linking Earth and Sky: A Historical Perspective
The research article: NOAA’s Air Resources Laboratory — 75 Years of Research Linking Earth and Sky: A Historical Perspective by Ariel F. Stein, Bruce B. Hicks, LaToya Myles, and Margaret Simon has been accepted for publication in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.