Across much of the U.S. and in many other places around the world, temperatures are rising. Most places, that is, except the southeast U.S. While many scientists are trying to explain global warming, a collaborative group of researchers is seeking to unlock the mysteries of the Southeast’s cooling. The Southern Oxidant and Aerosol Study is comprised of a collaborative team of scientists and filmmakers working to better understand biosphere-atmosphere interactions and to convey these ideas to the general public. The researchers represent numerous colleges, universities and institutions from around the world, including assistant professor Annemarie Carlton of Rutgers Department of Environmental Sciences. Local news coverage in Alabama included a clip of an interview with Carlton. Watch here for Carlton’s full interview.
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