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Commercial Airline Monitoring of CO2 Could Aid Urban Monitoring Efforts

News   May 18, 2020 | Original story from the National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

 
Commercial Airline Monitoring of CO2 Could Aid Urban Monitoring Efforts

(left) Aircraft of Japan Airlines with a special project logo (CONTRAIL) taking off at Tokyo International Airport and (right) Continuous CO2 Measuring Equipment onboard the aircraft. Credit: CONTRAIL Team, Japan Airlines

 
 
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