Spring 2017 Monday 3:00pm Schedule
1/30: Juliet Zhu: What can TES observations tell us about PAN in free troposphere?
2/6: Wenxiu Sun: The impact of local meteorology and large scale dynamics on surface ozone in the U.S.
2/13: Derek Weber: VOC concentrations and the Impacts of Future Oil and Natural Gas Operations in the Front Range
2/20: Yixing Shao: Mobile Measurements of Ammonia in the Front Range
2/27: (Main campus: Room 374 LSC) Shantanu Jathar: Investigating Diesel Engines as an Atmospheric Source of Isocyanic Acid in Urban Areas
3/6: cancelled due to faculty interviews
3/13: Spring Break!!
3/20: Arsineh Hecobian: Emission rates of methane and VOCs from oil and natural gas activities in Colorado
3/27: (Main campus: Room 374 LSC) Andrew Abeleira: Investigating ozone and ozone precursors in the Front Range of Colorado
4/3: Jakob Lindaas
4/10: Jack Kodros: 4 Million people died from exposure to cookstove smoke this year. Or maybe it was 2 million. I can’t be sure.
4/17: William Lassman
4/24: (Main campus: Room 312 LCS) Ryan Gan: An Introduction to Epidemiology for Atmospheric Scientists
5/1: Tom Hill