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Airborne particles smuggle pollutants to far reaches of globe

Pollution from fossil fuel burning and forest fires reaches all the way to the Arctic, even though it should decay long before it travels that far. Now, lab research can explain how pollution makes its lofty journey: rather than ride … Continue reading

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Air quality in Fort Collins reaches “unhealthy” level

Smoke from the High Park fire has sent particulate pollution to some new peaks in Fort Collins, pushing the warning bar into the full, red “unhealthy” range. Previously, the highest spikes had been in the orange, “unhealthy for sensitive groups” … Continue reading

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Air Quality Concerns at Factory Fire, USA

A factory fire in Connecticut USA has led to an alert being issued regarding the quality of air in the region. At such times it is  advisable to wear a mask as well as staying in doors. Information on the … Continue reading

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Pollutionwatch: April showers rinsed airborne particles out of the air

Rain is good for you: Pollution problems in April were mostly short lived due to wet weather. Pollutionwatch: April showers rinsed airborne particles out of the air | Environment | The Guardian.

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