报 告 人：Steven Brown 教授(美国国家海洋和大气管理局, NOAA)
报告题目：Photochemistry and nighttime chemistry in biomass burning plumes: Recent aircraft research from local to global scale
时 间：2022年3月18日 09:30
会议ID : 927 7079 6218
Dr. Steven Brown leads the Tropospheric Chemistry program in Chemical Sciences Laboratory (CSL) in NOAA. He received a Ph. D. in physical chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He came to NOAA in 1997 as an NRC post-doctoral fellow, was a Research Scientist with CIRES at the University of Colorado from 2000 - 2005, and has served as a federal Research Chemist since then. He is also an Adjoint Professor in University of Colorado, Boulder since 2014. His major research theme at NOAA has been the chemistry and impacts of nitrogen oxides in the Earth's atmosphere. His initial research was on laboratory studies of stratospheric nitrogen oxide kinetics; more recently his focus has been on field measurements of tropospheric nitrogen oxides, particularly those that occur in the dark (nighttime chemistry). His other main research interest has been the development of high sensitivity optical instrumentation for laboratory and field studies of atmospheric trace gases and aerosols.