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As air quality improves, the invisible chemistry happening in the air around us is changing. Skies should clear up as emissions drop, but recent results suggested that declining nitrogen oxides can create an environment where airborne carbon-containing compounds more easily convert into small particles that harm human health. 

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Research led by the University of Washington proposes a new idea that may explain why some Antarctic icebergs are tinged emerald green rather than the normal blue, potentially solving a decades-long scientific mystery. 

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Peng Qiaoyun won the Outstanding Student Paper Awards by the 21st Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry, American Meteorological Society (AMS), poster presentation: “In Situ Measurements and Evaluation of Primary Radical Budgets within Wildfire Plumes during WE-CAN.”
  

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Atmospheric Sciences graduate students Claire Buysse, Michael Diamond, Yue Dong, Casey Hilgenbrink, and Lucas Zeppetello attended the 12th Annual Graduate Climate Conference, a climate science conference run and attended entirely by graduate students, on November 2-4, 2018 at the UW Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest. 

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