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Fra Svalbard. Foto.Methane levels in the atmosphere have been steadily increasing since 2006 after a period of relative stability between the late 1990s and the mid 2000s. The reason for the increase is a current hot topic of debate between the importance of variation in natural sources, related to climate, versus emissions from human activities.

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The partners in the Czech–Norwegian EEA-project EYEFORTX are pleased to invite all interested parties to an open workshop on transplantation medicine research on Friday, April 7th.
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The Orbitrap spectrometreOur search for new environmental compounds never stops. However, with NILU’s new mass spectrometer, able to identify chemicals at extremely low levels, the job just got easier.

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FireplaceAround 45% of the wood consumed in Oslo is burned in apartments. Thus, wood burning for residential heating, and the resulted particle emission, may have a much larger impact on air quality in Norwegian urban areas than previously thought.

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