Studying clouds to find global answers

Press-Enterprise: Some of the same chemicals that scientists believe are influencing climate change may be having an equally important effect on people’s health, as they inhale those chemicals into their bodies. UC Riverside professor Akua Asa-Awuku is studying both. Using the world’s largest atmospheric chamber at UCR’s College of Engineering/Center for Environmental Research and Technology, Asa-Awuku is trying to determine how airborne particles from emissions influence the formation of clouds. Clouds affect......

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