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…
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
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…
From a wonderful undergraduate in my Quantitative Analytical Chemistry Class!
Last summer we hosted a workshop at Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks. A nice summary in AGU’s Eos just came out: https://eos.org/meeting-reports/designing-mountaintop-cloud-experiments
In Issue 59 (Mar/Apr 2017) of the IGAC news there is a write up of the workshop hosted by Drs. Carlton, Barth and Lance at the Whiteface Mountain Observatory in the Adirondacks. You can read more about the workshop and other IGAC activities in their online newspaper here: http://igacproject.org/publications/news
As a graduate student, Sari worked on the SOAS campaign. Now she resides at the Earth Observatory of Singapore, part of Nanyang Technological University. Congratulations on your paper, Sari!