Oxidative Chemisty of the Troposphere

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In the laboratory and in the field, we are studying the oxidative chemistry of atmospheric trace gases. The aim of this work is to better elucidate the coupling of radiation, climate, and chemistry in the troposphere.  We have also developed new mass spectroscopy methods for airborne, ground-based, and laboratory measurements of acids, peroxides and other oxygenated volatile organic compounds.  Our research group has been involved in many large field campaigns including:

INTEX-B

Publications:

Observations of heterogeneous reactions between Asian pollution and mineral dust over the Eastern North Pacific during INTEX-B 

TC4
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tc4_logo_sm.jpgTropical Composition Cloud and Climate Coupling.

http://www.espo.nasa.gov/tc4/

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bearpex 2007 and 2009
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blodgett.jpg  Bearpex, or the Biosphere Effects on Aerosols and Photochemisty Experiment, is a
  measurement campaign scheduled for summers 2007 and 2009 at the UC Berkeley Blodgett
  Forest Station (UC-BFRS).


  http://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/%7Ebearpex/index.htm (picture from Bearpex website)

                                         

  Some additional pictures of the campaign http://picasaweb.google.com/fabienpaulot/Bearpex#

 

 Caltech-CIMS data from BEARPEX is available for download here.

 

CalNex-San Joaquin Valley

 

http://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~sjvsite/

 

 

DC3

dc3_logo.gifDeep Convective Clouds and Chemistry

https://www2.acd.ucar.edu/dc3

 

 

 

 

 

Publications:

The Deep Convective Clouds and Chemistry (DC3) Field Campaign

 

SOAS

SEAC4RS

SEAC4RS_250.pngSoutheast Asia Composition, Cloud, Climate Coupling Regional Study

http://espo.nasa.gov/missions/seac4rs