Atmospheric Composition and Chemistry

Group leader: Dylan B. Millet

Our research aims to improve understanding of key processes controlling atmospheric composition, and their implications for climate, pollution, and health. We employ a variety of tools in this effort, including field measurements, atmospheric modeling, and satellite remote sensing. Areas of emphasis include 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]