Nature Communications: Sources of black carbon to the Himalayan–Tibetan Plateau glaciers by ACES researchers

Northern India, China as well as nearby countryside were shown to be the origins of black soot that is largely responsible for the melting of glaciers in the Himalayan mountains of Tibet in a new study published in Nature Communications. Researchers from ACES and colleagues from the Chinese Academy of Sciences were able to determine not only the production sources of the soot but also its geographical origin.

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In ACES' website http://www.aces.su.se/new-study-reveals-the-origin-of-soot-emissions-that-melt-himalayan-glaciers
In Nature Comm: http://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms12574
In Swedish newspaper: http://www.aftonbladet.se/senastenytt/ttnyheter/inrikes/article23394278.ab
In Washingon Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2016/08/24/how-air-pollution-is-causing-the-worlds-third-pole-to-melt/?utm_term=.af5f449bf777
In Swedish radio: http://sverigesradio.se/sida/avsnitt/770677?programid=406
In Stockholm University's website: http://www.su.se/om-oss/profilomr%C3%A5den/klimat-hav-och-milj%C3%B6/svensk-metod-avsl%C3%B6jar-ursprung-av-utsl%C3%A4pp-som-sm%C3%A4lter-himalaya-1.293399

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