Married women in greenhouse
Eunice Foote demonstrated the heat-trapping properties of carbon dioxide at a scientific conference in , newly digitised records show. By Megan Darby. Irish physicist John Tyndall is commonly credited with discovering the greenhouse effect, which underpins the science of climate change. A recently digitised copy of The American Journal of Science and Arts suggests a woman beat him to it, however. It includes a presentation by Eunice Foote to a top US science conference in
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Meet the woman who first identified the greenhouse effect
Linda Greenhouse - Wikipedia
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The female scientist who discovered the greenhouse effect never got the credit she deserved
Greenhouse began her year career at The New York Times covering state government in the paper's bureau in Albany. In , Greenhouse accepted an offer from The Times for an early retirement at the end of the Supreme Court session in the summer of In , Greenhouse and co-author Reva Siegel put out a book on the development of the abortion debate prior to the Supreme Court ruling on the subject: Before Roe v. This was largely a selection of primary documents, though with some commentary. When she was at Radcliffe, she said in a speech given in , "I was the Harvard stringer for the Boston Herald , which regularly printed, and paid me for, my accounts of student unrest and other newsworthy events at Harvard.
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