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Welcome to the Thornton Lab at the University of Washington, Seattle
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A view of the instrument carriage ascending the Erie Tower during the NACHTT 2011 (Nitrogen, Aerosol Composition, and Halogens on a Tall Tower) field campaign near Boulder, CO.
Sailing along the Sacramento River Deep Water Ship Channel aboard the R/V Atlantis during the CALNEX field study.
View of the Port of LA during nighttime measurements aboard the R/V Atlantis as part of the CALNEX campaign.
The MOVI HR-ToF-MS in the field at the LosAngeles site during the California Air Resources Board CALNEX Campaign, Research at the Nexus of Air Quality and Climate Change.
The Bakersfield Tower site part of the CARB air quality and chemistry study.
Our instrument was the birth site of several Douglas Fir Squirrels. The baby squirrels were raised by a certified squirrel rescuer in El Dorado county of California.
Recent Field Campaigns
Field work in Colorado housed on the Erie Tower.
R/V Knorr in Port during ICEALOT a ship campaign in the North Atlantic.
The sonic anemometer and inlet at sunset over Blodgett Forrest Research Station in the Sierra Nevada mountains, California.
The CIMS aboard the R/V Knorr ready to leave port.
Glenn putting the CIMS together on the tower at Blodgett Forrest Research station in California.
The CIMS at the Mount Bachelor Observatory sampling air pollution transported across the Pacific from Asia.