If you are interested in joining our group, please consider applying to
- Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Postdoctoral Fellowships
- NSF Atmospheric Science Postdoctoral Research Fellowships
Or contact Róisín to discuss proposal ideas.
For the past decade, observations of carbonyl sulfide (OCS or COS) have been investigated as a proxy for carbon uptake by plants. Chandler Morris, Charlotte Kwong and Emily Follansbee joined a recent visit to Harvard Forest. We are using OCS and ozone fluxes to learn about the uptake mechanisms of mercury.
Our summer high school engineering students Barakat, Miguel, Durrel and Brianna presented their work this week in a poster entitled: "Building a cost effective device to measure CO2 in NYC". They worked on coding the arduino controllers, practiced their soldering skills and made mobile measurements of CO2 between Lamont and various parts of NYC. They analyzed the data in R and made a really great poster for the end of the summer.
Well done to all of them!
Charlotte Kwong presented her summer project work to the LDEO community through a short oral presentation and a longer poster session. Her poster was entitled: Extending the tropospheric ozone flux record for a hardwood forest and focused on the long-term ozone flux record at Harvard Forest. Well done Charlotte!
Charlotte will continue her research as part of her senior thesis in the Dept of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University.