Hot Paper!

A recent paper by Dr. Carlton and colleagues, most notably “HOT” Pye is “trending” on Tomson-Reuters’ Web of Science. This 6 month old paper is already in the Top 0.1% of papers in the field of Geosciences.  

Dr. Carlton Awarded AGU’s Atmospheric Sciences’ Ascent Award

From AGU’s Atmospheric Sciences Section President, Dr. Joyce Penner: AGU Sections and Focus Groups recognize outstanding work within their scientific field by hosting numerous awards/lectures annually.  Award and lecture recipients, in various stages of their careers, represent some of the most innovative minds in their fields and are selected for meritorious work or service toward…

10K+ reads of Dr. Carlton’s 2008 Isoprene SOA Review Paper

As a freshly minted Ph.D. Dr. Carlton had kept wanting to read a review paper about laboratory experiments involving formation of organic particles from isoprene. The community had long thought secondary organic aerosol from isoprene was negligible, and when the conventional wisdom changed she wanted to understand the details of why. She also wanted to…

Final Exam Review 

Amy Christiansen, my very 1st (and best TA), is really great at teaching the Freshman and getting them ready for next week’s final exam in Quantitative Analytical Chemistry

Effects of Ammonia on the Chemical and Physical Properties of Atmospheric Secondary Organic Aerosol

The Atmospheric Chemistry Program at NSF is recommending funding at the requested level (!) for proposals AGS-1719252 and AGS-1719245 for Chris Hennigan at Univ. of Maryland and Annmarie Carlton at U.C.-Irvine: “Collaborative Research: Effects of Ammonia on the Chemical and Physical Properties of Atmospheric Secondary Organic Aerosol.”  Drs. Hennigan and Carlton are pretty excited to…