Monthly Archives: January 2023

How On Earth Do We Measure Photosynthesis?

By: Natalie Douglas Photosynthesis is a biological process that removes carbon (in the form of carbon dioxide) from the atmosphere and is therefore a key process in determining the amount of climate change. So, how do we measure it so … Continue reading

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Using ChatGPT in Atmospheric Science

By: Mark Muetzelfeldt ChatGPT is amazing. Seriously. Go try it:┬áchat.openai.com/chat. So what is it? It is an artificial intelligence language model that has been trained on vast amounts of data, turning this into an internal representation of the structure of … Continue reading

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