Our work was highlighted by the AGU Journal of Geophysical Research “Blogosphere”. Click on the thumbnail below to read the story.
Link to: https://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).
Peter Peterson’s manuscript on the control of the vertical structure of BrO by atmospheric stability was accepted for discussion in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions. The manuscript can be viewed at the link below.
Check it out and congrats to Peter!
Patrick’s paper on the fate of NOx due to nocturnal oxidation at high latitudes has been published in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Congratulations to Patrick and our collaborator Roland von Glasow (from UEA, UK).
Read all about it at:
Google has a service for organizing publications and citations to publications in scientific research. I created a “Profile” within Google Scholar for our group’s publications. The link is below, but it is also within the “Publications” area of this site.
Check Google scholar out!