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Episode 321: Detecting invisible gases that contribute to global warming

Carbon dioxide and methane gas can't be seen but can be detected from the air.

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Episode 321: Detecting invisible gases that contribute to global warming

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Carbon dioxide and methane gas can't be seen but can be detected from the air. University of Arizona researcher Riley Duren is investigating how to use airplanes and satellites to find leaking greenhouse gases.

Riley Duren spoke with Tim Swindle, director of the University of Arizona Space Institute.

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