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Satellites Track Aerosols to Smoky and Sandy Sources

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July 30, 2014

Satellites Track Aerosols to Smoky and Sandy Sources

Twenty years after developing instruments that could monitor Earth’s ozone layer, scientists learned they could use the same observations to detect ultraviolet-absorbing aerosols in the air such as volcanic ash, dust and smoke.