Atmospheric Composition and Chemistry
Group leader: Dylan B. Millet
We have a current opening for a postdoctoral researcher focused on inverse modeling of greenhouse gases using new aircraft observations. Please email for more information.
Our research aims to improve understanding of key processes controlling atmospheric composition, and their implications for climate, pollution, and health. We carry out field measurements, develop and run 3D atmospheric models, and employ satellite observations to investigate biosphere-atmosphere interactions, the sources and fate of atmospheric organic compounds, and the coupling between human activity and natural processes in driving atmospheric chemistry. [Read more]