Inversion Diversion: We’ve always had inversions, why it matters
Why does Utah have an inversion? Historically, it’s always had inversions, even before pioneers moved here.
Luke Gang-Wellman joined us from the Leonardo to say that inversions are mostly caused by human activity.
How can we prevent the inversion from getting worse during the frigid Winter months?
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