Heads in the clouds

March 24, 1995

(Photograph) - Heads in the clouds: Scientists from UMIST are busy vacuuming up the rain before it falls on the Cumbrian Fells. The 2,780ft Great Dun Fell in the Pennines is an ideal location for the physicists, working with 35 scientists from six European countries, to collect clouds in a project to understand how pollution is transported in the atmosphere.

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