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Drones Help Scientists Study Arctic Particle Formation, Climate Change

Drones Help Scientists Study Arctic Particle Formation, Climate Change

Drones Help Scientists Study Arctic Particle Formation, Climate Change

Julie Raymond-Yakoubian, member 24,422, pointed us in the direction of this interesting cloud-related article from dronebelow.com.

A German research team based in Spitsbergen, Northern Norway, recently published the results of a project in which they studied the use of drones and how they can help in the study of the earth’s atmosphere – particularly the causes of climate change in the Arctic.

You can read the full article on the dronebelow website.

1 Comment
  • Joan H. Laurino avatar

    Joan H.

    July 25, 2018at7:31 pm

    These types of drones are worth their weight and gold for the information that they find. Keep up the good work.

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