Congratulations to Peter! He successfully defended his Ph.D. Dissertation, completed revisions and headed out of town to his Postdoctoral Associate Researcher position in Professor Kerri Pratt’s group at the University of Michigan! Way to go Peter, you’re on a roll.
Today we shipped the MAX-DOAS instruments for Obuoys 13-15 to CRREL for integration into the Obuoy platform and deployment onto sea ice. After building 15 of the systems we have got the procedure down. Very relieved to have them off the bench and soon to be studying the Arctic!
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!
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!
Erin Gleason successfully defended her masters thesis looking at brine distributions on the surface of laboratory ices today. Big congrats to Erin!
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:
I’m just back from the Chemistry of the Sea and Sky Symposium that was in Vancouver, BC, Canada. It was great to visit with my Canadian (and some US) colleagues to the South and catch up on happenings in Environmental Chemistry. http://www.csc2014.ca/about/welcome.html
The Session was:
Chemistry of the Sea and Sky
The chemistry of the sea and sky can impact human health, environmental quality, and climate. Chemistry that occurs within marine and atmospheric environments is complicated by interactions and feedbacks between the ocean, sea ice, and atmosphere, as well as interfacial processes. This session will focus on chemistry in the bulk phase and interfaces and will include topics such as the exchange of reactive and greenhouse gases, black carbon and aerosols, sea spray production, ocean acidification, and biogeochemical cycles of nutrients, and major and trace elements and isotopes.
Jennifer Murphy, University of Toronto
Cora Young, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Feiyue Wang, University of Manitoba
Jon Abbatt, University of Toronto
Parisa Ariya, McGill University
Timothy Bertram, University of California – San Diego, USA
Jay Cullen, University of Victoria
Jamie Donaldson, University of Toronto
Eric Galbraith, McGill University
Amanda Grannas, Villanova University, USA
Kristin Orians, University of British Columbia
Hans Osthoff, University of Calgary
Bill Simpson, University of Alaska – Fairbanks, USA
Isobel Simpson, University of California – Irvine, USA
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!
Erin Gleason at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2013, Megan Murphy photo
While at AGU Meghan Murphy from the UAF public relations office wrote a nice article about AGU. As luck would have it, she asked me to be one of the students she interviewed for her piece. Check out her article at the following link.
The word of Peter’s excellent talk and Erin’s poster made it back to Alaska. Congrats to them on successful presentations!