A Boston Globe article this week, “Google Earth captures city’s leaky gas pipelines,” highlights leaky gas pipes around the city and the technology that is making environmental information more public.
The article can be read here.
The article quotes professor Nathan Phillips of the Department of Earth and Environment, and references his 2012 study on the subject, which he completed with his students.
A CBS Boston news article on professor Nathan Phillips’ work in 2013 can be read here.
Research Assistant Professor Pontus Olofsson was made a member of the NASA Carbon Monitoring System (NASA CMS) program science team together with Josef Kellndorfer of Woods Hole Research Center. This followed a successful proposal to the program awarded July 29, 2013.