Jennifer has been awarded tenure and is an Associate Professor as of July 1.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Tenure!
‘Characterization and optimization of an online system for the simultaneous measurement of atmospheric water-soluble constituents in the gas and particle phases’ has been selected as a Journal of Environmental Monitoring HOT Article and has been made free to access for four weeks: Check it out!Continue Reading... Comments Off on The AIM-IC is HOT!
_ Biases in long-term NO2 averages inferred from satellite observations due to cloud selection criteria Jeffrey A. Geddes, Jennifer G. Murphy, Jason M. O’Brien, Edward A. CelarierContinue Reading... Comments Off on New paper in Remote Sensing of Environment
We bid farewell to Alexandre Petroff, particle flux modeller and measurer extraordinaire! Alex is already dreaming of life in Southern France…Continue Reading... Comments Off on Farewell to Alex!
Jeff, Alex P, and Jen are all giving presentations at the First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences in Boston (May 29 – June 1). http://ams.confex.com/ams/30AgFBioGeo/webprogram/start.htmlContinue Reading... Comments Off on presentations at the Atmospheric Biogeosciences conference
Scouting out possible locations for summer field workContinue Reading... Comments Off on The Murphy group goes to the farm
Best of luck to Milos Markovic as he moves on to a new position as a postdoctoral fellow in the Atmospheric Composition & Chemical Processes group at NOAA in Boulder, CO. A picture from the early days:Continue Reading... Comments Off on Farewell Milos!
Just in time for Milos’s departure, our newest group publication on the AIM-IC instrument: Milos Z. Markovic, Trevor C. VandenBoer and Jennifer G. Murphy Characterization and optimization of an online system for the simultaneous measurement of atmospheric water-soluble constituents in the gas and particle phases Journal of Environmental Monitoring, DOI: 10.1039/c2em00004k, 2012.Continue Reading... Comments Off on New paper in Journal of Environmental Monitoring
March was an exciting month for the Murphy Group! Among many reasons to celebrate, Geoff Stupple accepted a position at Environment Canada. We will certainly miss his help around the Lab and in the field, but we wish him all the best at Environment Canada. Also in March, we congratulated Milos on his successful Ph.D. defense! After […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Milos! And Farewell Geoff!