This summer we are collaborating with Agriculture and Agrifoods Canada to study the impact of fertilizer management on emissions of NH3 and N2O from corn.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Murphy group at the farm
This summer we are collaborating with Agriculture and Agrifoods Canada to understand the impact of fertilizer management practices on the emissions of ammonia. We were fortunate to schedule our planning visit so that we arrived on a warm evening and Alex, Saumya, Amy and Jen enjoyed a stroll around Parliament Hill at dusk.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Murphy group in Ottawa
We are participating in the Utah Winter Fine Particle Study to understand the factors contributing to high particle loads during wintertime inversions in the region. Amy is making measurements from the rooftop of the Atmospheric Science building on the University of Utah campus and Alex is making measurements onboard NOAA’s Twin Otter aircraft. Here is […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Murphy group in Salt Lake City
Angela Hong, co-supervised by Jamie Donaldson, successfully defended her PhD on Dec 1. Congratulations, Angela!Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Dr Angela!
Alex Tevlin successfully defended her PhD on Sep 12 – congratulations, Alex!Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Dr Alex!
Greg Wentworth defended his PhD on Aug 18 – way to go Greg!Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Dr Greg
Check out the following presentation by Murphy group members: In the Monday session “Biosphere-atmosphere exchange of reactive trace gases and aerosols”, Amy and Alex are presenting posters on our work at Manitou Forest in 2015 M.23 EGU2016-10087 Observations and methodology of atmospheric ammonia within the Colorado Rocky Mountain pine forest Amy Hrdina, Alexander Moravek, and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Murphsters at EGU
Amy Hrdina has been awarded an NSERC PGS-D scholarship to support the remainder of her graduate studies.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Amy!
The Murphy group says goodbye to Science Horizons intern Pegah Baratzadeh, who is heading to Environment Canada. We will miss her cheerful attitude, hard work, and well-balanced chocolate chip cookies!Continue Reading... Comments Off on Farewell Pegah!
The Murphy Group is recruiting new graduate students for Sep 2016. Possible projects include: 1) Kinetics and mechanisms of condensed phase reactions for organic nitrogen compounds 2) Kinetics and mechanisms of gas phase amidogen radical reactions 3) Field measurements of ammonia in urban and rural environments The early admission deadline for Canadian students to the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Graduate students wanted