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January 14, 2013

TweetChat: Ask CIRES experts about air-quality impacts of oil and gas operations

Media Contact: Jane Palmer, Jane.Palmer@colorado.edu, Office: 303-492-6289, Cell: 303-883-4398

Emissions from oil and natural gas operations north of Denver could add to ozone pollution in that region, according to a new study by researchers at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES). The study was published online Jan. 14 in the journal Environmental Science and Technology.

To learn more about this study and talk to the research scientists involved, please join us for a CIRES TweetChat. The scientists answering your questions will be CIRES scientists Jessica GilmanJoost de Gouw, and Brian Lerner.

What: Use Twitter to chat directly with CIRES air-quality experts Jessica GilmanJoost de Gouw, and Brian Lerner.
When: Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 1:00 p.m. EST
How: Tweet questions to @CIRESnews using hashtag #CIRESair

Read more about the study.

Learn more about the CIRES Atmospheric VOC Research group.

CIRES is a joint institute of NOAA and the University of Colorado Boulder. As a world leader in environmental sciences, CIRES is committed to identifying and pursuing innovative research in Earth system science, and to communicating these findings to the global scientific community, to decision makers, and to the public.