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"Ronald Cohen: Atmospheric Chemist", Behind the Science, July 2016
"Student Airborne Science Alumni Fly High", NASA Earth Expeditions Blog, June 2016
"TechKnow: NASA's Lab in the Sky ", Al Jazeera America, July 2015
"Climb Aboard Nasa's Biggest Flying Lab", Mother Jones, September 2013
"Late-Night Nitrates Produce Aerosols", Chemical & Engineering News, September 2012
"Something in the Air", California Magazine, Fall 2012
"Ron Cohen: Bringing it down to earth", Catalyst Magazine, College of Chemistry, UC Berkeley, July 2012
"UC Berkeley installing first CO2 sensor network in Oakland", UC Berkeley News Center, June 2012
"Researchers map CO2 over cities", ABC7 Local News (video), June 2012
"A commitment to change", International Innovation, December 2011
8/29/2014 4:04 PM
The recent collaboration between The BErkeley Atmospheric CO2Observation Network (BEACO2N) and the iSeeChange digital media platform was one of three "Climate Data in Action" projects recently recognized for being as part of the White House's Climate Data Initiative. The collaboration aims to help connect people in the community with the climate data collected by the network. For more information, check out the article from the Berkeley News Center or the White House Fact Sheet.
There is also a video, made by graduate student Alexis Shusterman describing the BEACO2N project. The video was submitted as part of the ACS Chemistry Champions competition, in which Alexis won second place.