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Model Reveals Just How Much Pandemic Restrictions Have Impacted Air Pollution

News   Nov 18, 2020 | Original story from NASA

 
Model Reveals Just How Much Pandemic Restrictions Have Impacted Air Pollution

Above image: Nitrogen dioxide levels often dip during Lunar New Year celebrations in China and much of Asia, and then rebound. But no rebound was evident this year over Wuhan, China where the virus was first reported, and nitrogen dioxide levels remained much lower than in 2019. Credit: NASA's Earth Observatory

 
 
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