Will, Niki, and Bill attended the Fall 2017 AGU meeting in New Orleans. Will presented a poster on his analysis of reactive bromine events in the Arctic session on Monday. Niki had her poster on OCO-2 validation from Fairbanks, Alaska on Wednesday. Bill had a talk in the wintertime chemistry session on Friday. It was a great week meeting colleagues and learning about recent findings and planning for the future.
Our work was highlighted by the AGU Journal of Geophysical Research “Blogosphere”. Click on the thumbnail below to read the story.
Link to: http://blogs.agu.org/geospace/2017/09/19/researchers-take-atmospheric-effects-arctic-snowmelt/
Congrats to Justine Burd for the publication of the research in her M.S. Thesis!
Available in Early View now: doi:10.1002/2017JD026906
Her big “punchline” figure shows that BrO seasonal end date is the melt onset date (panel a) and that BrO events happen up to, but not above 0°C (panel b).
Congratulations to all presenters at the Environmental Chemistry Symposium. We had a great keynote from Joel Thornton and a great day of presentations and questions. Congrats to Niki and Will for great talks!
KC successfully defended his M.S. thesis today. He had a nice presentation that was well attended. The audience had a lot of good questions, which KC handled well. Congrats to KC on the oral defense!
Congratulations to all participants in the 2016 Environmental Chemistry Symposium. Our group had five talks, which went great, and Niki won the “Best Questions from the Audience Award”. Congrats to all and see you next year.
Dr. Deanna Donohoue, who was a postdoctoral associate in our research group recently was offered a tenure-track professor position in Chemistry Department at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. Congrats to Deanna!