Troy Thornberry

Research Scientist

Atmospheric Composition & Chemical Processes

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

303-497-3373
Troy.Thornberry@noaa.gov

Affiliation

NOAA

Education

Ph. D., Atmospheric Science, University of Michigan, 2001
M. S., Environmental Science and Engineering, University of Iowa, 1995
B. A., Physics, Lawrence University, 1991

Research

Atmospheric trace gas and aerosol measurements to address questions of atmospheric chemistry-climate processes and feedbacks.

Current Topics

Chemical and dynamical processes regulating the aerosol abundance and properties in the stratospheric aerosol layer.
In situ and remote sensing measurements of wildfires and their emissions using small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS).
Measurement of water vapor, ozone, and cirrus clouds in the tropical tropopause layer to study the processes controlling transport of water to the stratosphere.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

last modified: October 1, 2020