Four Corners a methane hot spot, NASA study says
The Four Corners is a national "hot spot" for concentrations of atmospheric methane, according to a new study.
|Facilities at the San Juan gas plant.|
(Photo Courtesy Daily Times)
Manvendra Dubey, a senior scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, said the study findings were supported by ground-based testing Los Alamos researchers conducted at the PNM San Juan Generating Station. (full story)
This story also appeared in the Los Alamos Monitor
Where are we with algae biofuels?
|Algae for processing into biofuel.|
DOE awarded $48.6 million to a consortium of organizations who formed the NAABB, with the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center as lead institution and Los Alamos’ Jose Olivares as principal investigator. (full story)
More on LANL algal biofuel program on YouTube
DOE awards Los Alamos Nat’l Lab employee safety efforts
|Raising the VPP Flag for|
employee safety (LANL image)
“Hazards are part of our everyday work and achieving VPP Star recognition validates the evolution of worker-manager partnerships in making our Laboratory safe,” said LANL Director Charlie McMillan. (full story)
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