In the News


  1. "It's a threat to the air we breathe," Researchers study wildfires impact on air quality, 2018
  2. UW Scientist, Aircraft Join Wildfire Smoke Research, 2018.
  3. Researchers fly into wildfire smoke, 2018
  4. Atmospheric mysteries unraveling, 2015.
  5. "Mercury Mystery", pp. 6-7, 2014.
  6. CU Boulder Atmospheric Scientists Create New Equipment to Determine Air Quality Emissions, 2014.
  7. Study discovers high levels of air-cleansing compound over ocean, 2013.
  8. Ocean Onslaught, 2012.
  9. Volkamer, R., S. Baidar, S. Coburn, B. Dix, M. Lechner, H. Oetjen, I. Ortega, R. Sinreich, R. Thalman, and E. Waxman. Climate Active Gases Other than DMS? Open Ocean Sources of Reactive Glyoxal and Iodine Species 2010, SOLAS.
  10. Volkamer, R., S.C. Coburn, B.K. Dix, and R. Sinreich. The Eastern Pacific Ocean is a Source for Short Lived Atmospheric Gases: Glyoxal and Iodine Oxide. 2010, CLIVAR Exchanges, 15(2), 30-32.


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