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1/16/24 - Postdoc, Alfie Mayhew, featured on "Talking Climate" Podcast

Recently in the news, checkout the Wilkes Climate Center’s Podcast “Talking Climate”, Episode #12 “Making Sense of How VOCs Impact Air Pollution & Climate” for an interview with Dr. Alfred Mayhew, a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Haskins Lab where he describes his research adding dimer formation to GEOS-Chem.

11/30/23 - Undergrad, Todd Clark, Named Wilkes Fellow

Congratulations to Haskins Lab undergraduate, Todd Clark who was recently named a Wilkes Fellow in Spring of 2024 for his undergraduate research project, entitled “Formalizing a Data Pipeline Tool to Enable the Use of USGS Soil Survey Geographic Database Products in 3-D Global Climate Models”. 

9/20/23 - grads, Shuying Zhao & Joey Bail Win GCSC Travel Grant

Congratulations to Haskins Lab graduate students, Shuying Zhao & Joey Bail, who both recently won a Global Change and Sustainability Center Travel Grant to attend the 11th International GEOS-Chem Meeting in St. Louis, Mo at Washington University in June of 2024. 

7/30/23 - Jessica's Brass Band Featured in SLC Tribune

Need a break from science news? Prof. Haskins founded a new brass band in Salt Lake City that was recently featured in the Salt Lake Tribune. Read the full article here

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Nice visuals of NO2 from TROPOMI yesterday (2/20). Generally above average NO2 due to relatively stagnant winds. Also primetime for prescribed burning in the South Central & Southeast US. More images like these at: http://tropomino2.us

Recent install of TSWIFT (Tower-Spectrometer on Wheels Investigating Frequent Timeseries) at Tonzi Ranch with @BerkeleyBiomet - excited to link optical and energy fluxes at this iconic oak savannah woodland site!

@AmeriFlux @sophie_ruehr @fa_ulep @UCDavisPlants

Application is open to the #NSF @NCAR_Science Colloquium on Urban #AirQuality. The program is for graduate students and will integrate physical, chemical, social, and policy aspects in an interdisciplinary perspective. Applications due March 31, 2024 https://edec.ucar.edu/advanced-study-program/asp-colloquia

My take on what's needed to achieve EPA's tough new standard for the deadliest air pollutant, PM2.5

EPA has tightened its target for deadly particle pollution − states need more tools to reach it via @ConversationUS

Really enjoyed the discussions at @UtahDEQ following my talk on Summertime O3 & VOC/NOx chemistry today. Thanks for the invite!

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