Aeroplankton and the Need for a Global Monitoring Network

@inproceedings{Smith2013AeroplanktonAT,
  title={Aeroplankton and the Need for a Global Monitoring Network},
  author={D. Smith},
  year={2013}
}
  • D. Smith
  • Published 2013
  • Biology
  • Although you do not perceive it, about 1 ton of invis-ible force is pressing on the surface of your body right now. However, because our species evolved with atmospheric pressure, we often forget that we are residing underneath an enormous ocean of air. Clouds are a helpful visual reminder that a protective gaseous blanket has allowed life to spread to every corner of the planet. Much like the oceans, the atmosphere is a physical medium, with currents and eddies that vary with location… CONTINUE READING
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