Drones & the Queen’s Ex-Plane Monitor Impact of Seaweed & Climate Change

Scientists at the University of Birmingham are using drones on loan from NASA and a plane that once belonged to the Queen of England, now outfitted with electronics to study seaweed and climate change.  They are studying how climate change is impacting natural processes.  One area that they are examining involves chemicals created by seaweed and their impact on the ozone layer. Thanks to Alaric Bond for passing the news along.

Drones monitor impact of seaweed

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