报 告 人：David D. Parrish 教授(美国国家海洋和大气管理局)
报告题目：Limits on Ozone Air Quality Improvement in the U.S.
时 间：2018 年 12 月 3 日 16：00
地 点：番禺校区祈福楼 1044 会议室
David Parrish is a Senior Research Scientist with the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) working with the Chemical Sciences Division of the Earth System Research Laboratory of NOAA. He also works as a consultant in atmospheric chemistry. He began working part-time with NOAA in 1978, and he moved there full-time in 1987. He was Program Leader of the Tropospheric Chemistry Group from 2009 until his partial retirement in 2014. Over the years he coordinated seven of NOAA's surface and aircraft based field studies. In 2014 he was elected as a Fellow of the American Geophysical union (AGU). Before embarking on research full-time, David taught Chemistry at the University of Illinois at Chicago (1973-1975) and at Metropolitan State College in Denver beginning in 1975 where he served as department Chair from 1986-1987. He received his BS in Chemistry from Colorado College, his PhD in Physical Chemistry from UC Berkeley, and was a postdoc at Harvard in Physical Chemistry.