Work from Rob’s doctoral thesis examining brown carbon in aerosols from multiple field sites has been published in Environmental Science and Technology. This paper allows us to better understand the molecular size distribution and sources of aerosol brown carbon and its potential impact on climate. We undertook this study with collaborators from National Oceanic and […]
Cora was in Colorado last week to participate in an indoor air chemistry workshop. The workshop was funded by the Sloan Foundation and hosted by the wonderful Prof. Delphine Farmer at Colorado State University. While in the neighbourhood, Cora also visited NOAA in Boulder, where she gave a seminar and collected new brown carbon samples […]
A new paper from the talented Pete Edwards demonstrates that unusual wintertime ozone events in fracking areas can be explained by the increased albedo from snowpack and the increased concentrations of volatile organic compounds in the stable layer found over the snow. The results are published online in Nature and have been widely covered in […]
Research from Cora’s postdoctoral work involving methods to identify the importance of chlorine as a primary radical is (finally) published today in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. http://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/14/3427/2014/acp-14-3427-2014.html
The special section featuring work from the NACHTT campaign is released in Journal of Geophysical Research. This campaign took place in winter 2011 at the Boulder Atmospheric Observatory in Colorado. Both Cora and Trevor were part of this exciting work! Link to NACHTT special section. Link to NACHTT campaign website.