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Takahama, Emily Effner, Shang Liu, & Lelia Hawkins.
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||Prof. Lynn M. Russell
Russell is a Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry at
the Scripps Institution of Oceanography of the University of
California, San Diego. Her research interests are
in aerosol composition, aerosol-cloud interactions, and aerosol
evolution in the
troposphere. Using a variety of techniques for both observations and
modeling, her work has contributed to an improved understanding of how
aerosols affect climate. Dr. Russell received her B.S. in
engineering and A.B. in international relations from Stanford
University. She received her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from
the California Institute
of Technology in 1995.
| Current Members
||Li Xu 2012-
Li joined the Russell group as a postdoctoral scholar in April 2012 after she received her PhD in Atmospheric Science from University of Michigan. Her research activities will involve multiscale modeling of aerosol indirect effects on decadal timescales and parameterization for frost flower aerosols salt emissions in the Arctic.
||Kevin Sanchez 2012-
Kevin joined the Russel group in the fall of 2012 as a graduate student in
climate science. Kevin graduated from The Pennsylvania State University
with a B.S. in Meteorology. He is currently working on an externally mixed
aerosol model to compare modeled aerosol activities to observations from
the 2011 EPEACE project. He is interested in how aerosol compositions
affects their hygroscopicity and hence capability to activate.
||Kylee Chang 2013-
Kylee joined the Russell group in
July 2013 as a graduate student in Marine Chemistry after graduating from Loyola
Marymount University with a B.S. in Chemistry and working at the South Coast Air
Quality Management District in Los Angeles. Her current research project involves
analyzing filter samples from Alert, Canada for their chemical properties and
comparing functional groups with filter and ice core samples from Washington.
Her other interests include biological contributions to particle formation in the Arctic.
||Seth Chunn 2013-
Seth joined the research group
in the Fall of 2013 as an undergraduate at the University of California, San Diego.
In the Spring of 2014 he will graduate with a degree in Chemical Engineering.
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