Zoë Loh is a senior research scientist at CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, working in the Climate Science Centre. She leads the team responsible for measuring greenhouse gases and ozone depleting substances across the globe, with a focus on the Southern Hemisphere.
GR OnlineOften lauded as ‘the cleanest air in the world’, the composition of the air that arrives at Cape Grim from across the vast Southern Ocean is called the baseline signal. Like the resting heart rate of the planet, it has been rising as humans have added increasing stressors to the Earth system.
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