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 Group News :  Nicole Wigder passes her PhD defense
Posted on 2014/8/4 11:00:00

Hearty congratulations to Nicole Wigder on passing her defense for her PhD! Nicole successfully defended her dissertation, "Influence of Baseline Air Masses and Wildland Fires on Air Quality in the Western United States."

Nicole, we wish you unlimited success in your new job, but we will struggle to fill the huge hole you left behind.

 Mt. Bachelor Observatory : Pao Baylon presents at the NW Airquest annual meeting
Posted on 2014/7/29 14:50:00

At the annual NW Airquest meeting held in Boise in June, Pao gave a talk on wildfires and NOx and O3 production. His presentation, which used data from Mt. Bachelor Observatory, was very well received by the attendees. Well done, Pao!

 Group News : Dan Jaffe receives the Distinguished Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Award!
Posted on 2014/4/24 12:11:35

The University of Washington-Bothell has awarded Dr. Dan Jaffe the first annual Distinguished Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Award. This award recognizes Dan's contribution to his field and his significant impact on communities and the UW Bothell research environment. The award announcement clearly describes Dan's contribution: "Dan has consistently produced at the highest level and fully represents the values that faculty and students at the University of Washington Bothell have for research, scholarship, and creative activity."

Read about Dan's achievements in the award announcement.

 Airborne Research : Jaffe Group presents at SAS Data Workshop
Posted on 2014/4/24 11:33:29

Dan Jaffe, Jesse Ambrose, and Lynne Gratz gave presentations at the Southeast Atmosphere Study (SAS) Data Workshop in Boulder, Colorado, on March 31-April 2.

Dan's presentation was an overview of the Nitrogen, Oxidants, Mercury and Aerosol Distribution, Sources, and Sinks (NOMADSS) study, which was the National Science Foundation (NSF)-sponsored airborne research component of SAS. The NOMADSS observing platform was the NSF/National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) C-130 research aircraft. The title of Dan's presentation was "Science goals, flight tracks and some prelim results from the NOMADSS campaign."

Jesse and Lynne each presented analyses based on measurements made onboard the C-130 with the University of Washington's aircraft mercury instrument--the Detector for Oxidized Mercury Species (DOHGS). The title of Jesse's presentation was "Quantifying mercury emissions from large point sources in the Southeastern U.S. during NOMADSS." Lynne's presentation was titled "Observations of enhanced reactive mercury in the free troposphere and mercury emissions from urban areas."

The primary NOMADSS mercury (Hg) science goals were (1) to characterize the regional scale Hg distribution and atmospheric chemistry and (2) to quantify emissions from large Hg point sources in the Southeastern U.S.

Learn more about the Southeast Atmosphere Study.
Learn more about the Jaffe Group's NOMADSS research.

 Group News : Professor Dan Jaffe Receives Fulbright Award
Posted on 2014/3/17 21:10:00

Dan received a Fulbright Award as the "Distinguished Chair in Environmental Sciences at Parthenope University of Naples." He will be teaching and doing research at Parthenope University in Naples, Italy, this spring. He is teaching one course on air pollution to undergraduates in Environmental Science and a class on Climate Change to graduate students. He will also be giving lectures at several other Italian universities.

Here are some pictures Dan sent from Italy, including one of his first (of many) cappuccinos, a picture of the Science and Technology building of Parthenope University and a picture from near the university with Mount Vesuvius in the background.

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Air pollution from other countries drifts into USA
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