NOAA Chemical Sciences Laboratory
325 Broadway, R/CSL4
Boulder, CO 80305 USA
For 27 years much of my effort has been focused on regional 3-D photochemical modeling in support of NOAA/ESRL/CSL aircraft and ground-based field studies. The modeling system I have focused on mainly is WRF/Chem. NOAA is now committed to a unified modeling system, FV3, being developed as a global model with extensions to the regional scale. Evaluations of aerosols/photochemistry within FV3 using CSL measurements and remote sensing data is a significant fraction of my responsibility. The development of emission inventories and their implementation within regional and global photochemical models also comprises a significant fraction.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Geophysical Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A., 1986.
Master of Arts, Physics, University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, U.S.A., 1977.
Bachelor of Arts, Physics and Math, University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, U.S.A., 1973.
(a) Evaluation of regional and global scale photochemical models using measurements from NOAA/ESRL/CSL field studies and atmospheric composition data from remote sensing platforms.
(b) Emissions inventory development, and evaluations of emission inventories using measurements from NOAA/ESRL/CSL field studies.
(c) Gas-phase chemistry and aerosol physics parameterizations within regional and global scale photochemical models, and evaluations of these parameterizations using measurements from NOAA/ESRL/CSL field studies.
last modified: January 25, 2021