Saturday, December 10, 2016

Direct space-based observations of anthropogenic CO2 emission areas from OCO-2

Dear readers,

it has been a while since I have blogged last time. But there has been a good reason. I have been busy with our latest work "Direct space-based observations of anthropogenic CO2 emission areas from OCO-2". In comparison to many of my previous works, the public outreach with this one has been through the roof. For example JPL/NASA published a news feature about it

The same text was also published as a press release at the front page of FMI website. It was also picked-up by many news outlets like the Daily Mail and Tähdet ja Avaruus from Finland, to name a few. One of the funniest was this newspaper clipping we got all the way from Katmandu

We made also a Finnish press release about it.

NASA EarthObservatory made new elegant figures for their image of the day feature. Those images were further included for example in this article.

I have gotten so many emails about this work from journalist, scientist, teachers, and ordinary people alike. Literally, everyday. Two of the questions from readers of NASA EarthObservatory, with responses, were published in a follow-up

Today also come out new Tiedelehti. There’s a "Tieteen tentti" with a familiar face

I wrote also an article, suitable for the general public, to the next Ilmansuojelu -lehti, 4/2016. It will come out later this month.

Earlier this week, I gave a guest lecture at Lappeenrant University of Technology. The XCO2 anomaly data together with OMI NO2 data were also given for the students for their study assignment related to cluster analysis.

This research has also trigged many new scientific collaborations, and there will be many new adventures. I will promise.

Stay tuned!


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