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Coronavirus already hindering climate science, but the worst disruptions are likely yet to come
(Inside Climate News, 27 Mar 2020) Early fallout includes canceled science missions and potential gaps in long-running climate records, while research budgets could take a hit in the long run.
Along with temporarily reducing greenhouse gas emissions and forcing climate activists to rethink how to sustain a movement built on street protests, the global response to the coronavirus pandemic is also disrupting climate science.
Many research missions and conferences scheduled for the next few months have been canceled, while the work of scientists already in the field has been complicated by travel restrictions, quarantines and other efforts to protect field researchers and remote indigenous populations from the pandemic.
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