Andrew Rollins

Research Chemist

Atmospheric Composition & Chemical Processes

NOAA Chemical Sciences Laboratory
325 Broadway, R/CSL6
Boulder, CO 80305 USA

303-497-5181
Andrew.Rollins@noaa.gov

Affiliation

NOAA

Education

Ph.D., Chemistry - University of California, Berkeley, 2010
B.S., Physics - Harvey Mudd College, 2001

Current Topics

  • Laser induced fluorescent measurements of sulfur dioxide. Global sources of sulfur dioxide and its role in aerosol formation in the upper troposphere / stratosphere. Sulfur chemistry in the marine boundary layer.
  • Laser induced fluorescent measurements of nitric oxide with a focus on understanding reactive nitrogen cycling in low-NOx environments.
  • Adaptation of a time of flight chemical ionization mass spectrometer for operation on high altitude research aircraft to quantify reactive halogen and nitrogen species.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

last modified: February 2, 2021