We contribute to the development and application of the international GEOS-Chem Model for research into air quality and climate change.
People and Projects Applying GEOS-Chem:
Randall Martin: Co-Model Scientist
Brian Boys: Trends in global satellite-based PM2.5.
Matthew Cooper: Understanding ozone and HNO3 in the upper troposphere using satellite (ACE, OSIRIS, IASI), and aircraft (MOZAIC, TC4) observations.
Betty Croft: Aerosol scavenging, nuclear accident simulation.
Nat Egan-Pimblett: Changes in North American exposure to PM2.5 over the last couple decades.
Jeffrey Geddes: Trends in exposure to traffic emissions over the last few decades
Melanie Hammer: Simulation of the absorbing aerosol index.
Shailesh Kharol: Examining ground-level NO2 concentrations.
Colin Lee: Sensitivity of global aersol-induced mortality to emission sources.
Chi Li: Simulation of Decadal trends in PM2.5. Member of GEOS-Chem Support Team
Jun Meng: Source contributions to ambient PM2.5.
Andrew Morrow: Diurnal variation in North American aerosol.
Sajeev Philip: Interpreting satellite observations for Air quality.
Arjya Sarkar: Size-resolved simulation of AOD/PM2.5
Aaron van Donkelaar: Relating satellite (MODIS and MISR) aerosol optical depth to ground-level PM2.5; nested simulations.
Crystal Weagle: Evaluation of simulated AOD/PM2.5 at SPARTAN sites.
Junwei Xu: Satellite-based estimates of Asian PM2.5.