It was a great week in Breckenridge at the 2016 International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Science Conference – especially exciting to meet so many others interested in ozone dry deposition! Thank you again to the conference and early career program organizers. On the side – a science selfie with my poster 🙂
Last week, I presented our current project on inter-annual variability in ozone dry deposition at Harvard Forest at the European Geophysical Union 2016 Conference in Vienna, Austria! The session was Biosphere-atmosphere exchange of reactive trace gases and aerosols. Thank you to the conveners and the EGU organizers for this great experience!
our paper on changing surface ozone seasonal cycles over the northeastern US is an EOS.org research spotlight!