NOAA Chemical Sciences Laboratory
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Boulder, CO 80305 USA
Dr. Siyuan Wang uses a variety of modeling tools to study the chemical and physical processes in the atmosphere, as well as the broad impacts on air quality and the climate system. His current research focuses on the model development and evaluation using field observations and satellite products, as well as wildfire smoke impacts on air quality and the climate system. His research interests include ocean biogeochemistry control on the atmospheric chemistry, reactive halogen and sulfur chemistry, and chemical evolution in biomass burning plumes. He was an NCAR Advanced Study Program (ASP) postdoctoral fellow (2017-2019) and received a J. William Fulbright Junior Research Award in 2012-2013.
PhD Department of Chemistry The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Wildland fire smoke and the broad impacts on air quality and climate (Wang et al. 2021).
Online Air-Sea Interface for Soluble Species (OASISS) in CESM2 (Wang et al. 2019a).
Ocean biogeochemistry control using a machine-learning emulator (Wang et al. 2019b; Wang et al. 2020).
last modified: October 1, 2021