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Water Plays Surprising Role in Climate Change

Photo of the twisting road, Mauna Loa's lava fields and clouds.

The twisting road up Mauna Loa's lava fields rises above the clouds.

Credit: CIRES, University of Colorado at Boulder


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Photo of David Noone by a vapor-collecting cryospheric trap near the Mauna Loa Observatory.

Climate scientist David Noone by a vapor-collecting cryospheric trap near the Mauna Loa Observatory.

Credit: CIRES, University of Colorado at Boulder


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Photo of climate scientist Joe Galewsky.

Climate scientist Joe Galewsky enjoys a tropical break from Mauna Loa's dry, chilly air.

Credit: CIRES, University of Colorado at Boulder


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Photo of David Noone next to Charles Keeling's original CO2-monitoring equipment.

Climate scientist David Noone next to Charles Keeling's original CO2-monitoring instrument.

Credit: CIRES, University of Colorado at Boulder


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