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Press Release 11-183

First Global Picture of Greenhouse Gases Emerges from Pole-to-Pole Research Flights

Three-year series of scientific missions from Arctic to Antarctic produces new views of atmospheric chemistry

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Photo of NSF's Gulfstream V aircraft, or HIAPER, in Anchorage, Alaska.

NSF's Gulfstream V aircraft, or HIAPER, in Anchorage, Alaska, during a HIPPO mission.

Credit: UCAR, Carlye Calvin


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Image of HIPPO V's flight plan to the North Pole, the word Video and a video icon.

View a video of HIPPO V 's flight plan that took the scientists and their mission from pole-to-pole.

Credit: NCAR

 

Bruce Daube standing in front of NSF's Gulfstream V aircraft with word Video and video icon.

View a video of HIPPO scientist Bruce Daube of Harvard explaining the carbon dioxide measuring instrument.

Credit: NCAR

 

HIPPO logo with words HIPPO and HIAPER Pole-to-Pole Observations.

HIPPO V marks the end of a series of successful pole-to-pole atmospheric chemistry missions.

Credit: HIPPO Project


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Photo of atmospheric scientists loading air-sampling instruments into HIAPER.

Atmospheric scientists ready HIAPER for a long flight, loading air-sampling instruments.

Credit: Carlye Calvin, UCAR


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Photo of NCAR scientist Andy Watt tending HIPPO's air-sampling flasks.

HIPPO's air-sampling flasks, tended by NCAR scientist Andy Watt.

Credit: Carlye Calvin, UCAR


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