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Tag Archives: Saharan dust
Saharan dust storm rolls into southern Spain turning sky bright ORANGE
A Saharan dust storm rolled into southern Spain on Monday afternoon (March 14) turning the normally blue skies a bright hue of orange. Footage captured in the province of Almeria in Andalucia showed the town of San Jose bathed in … Continue reading
Plastic snowfall in the Alps
Nanoplastic in the environment In a new study, Empa researcher Dominik Brunner, together with colleagues from Utrecht University and the Austrian Central Institute for Meteorology and Geophysics, is investigating how much plastic is trickling down on us from the atmosphere. … Continue reading
Pollutionwatch: how much Sahara desert dust do we breathe?
Dust that swept Europe in February affects weather systems but also contains many allergens Saharan dust high in the skies over Europe caused some spectacular sunsets in February. Many of us found dust on our cars, and Alpine snow has … Continue reading
Sahara dust causes air pollution spike in Europe
A plume of Sahara dust that has blanketed parts of southern and central Europe in recent days caused a short, sharp spike in air pollution across the region, researchers said Tuesday. The European Commission’s Copernicus satellite monitoring program said measured … Continue reading
Skies and snow turn orange as massive Saharan Dust load spreads across south-central Europe this weekend
A massive amount of Saharan Dust has advected across the Mediterranean into central Europe this weekend, thanks to the favorable pattern turning the jet stream into southerly directions. High dust concentrations have turned skies and snow to orange across southern … Continue reading
‘Godzilla dust cloud’ from Sahara blankets Caribbean on its way to US
Air quality sinks to hazardous levels as biggest cloud seen in a generation swamps region after transatlantic journey A vast cloud of Sahara dust is blanketing the Caribbean as it heads to the US with a size and concentration that … Continue reading
Mayor Sadiq calls for London air pollution signs and alerts
Transport for London told to ‘urgently’ develop package of public alerts and signs to raise awareness of air pollution Roadside signposts and online alerts could be used to inform Londoners of air pollution hotspots and periods of poor air quality, … Continue reading
Sahara dust only ‘partly responsible’ for UK’s worst pollution event in 10 years
Thin film of red dust enveloping parts of country for two weeks in 2014 came mostly from farms in mainland Europe and local emissions, study says Britain’s most serious air pollution event in the past 10 years was only partly … Continue reading