Our Atmospheric (Trace gas) Biogeochemistry Laboratory quantifies sources and sinks of environmentally important trace gases, determines the biological and environmental controls on those fluxes, identifies the biochemical and abiotic mechanisms involved, and assesses impacts of land use and climate change on emissions.
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(July 1, 2022) Rob completed his 5-year appointment as the Faculty Director of the Central Sierra Field Stations (Sagehen Creek Field Station, Central Sierra Snow Lab, Onion Creek Experimental Forest, North Fork Association Lands, and the Chickering Reserve).
(March 31, 2022) We are delighted to report that Dr. Yi Jiao (PhD 2021) is a recipient of the prestigious Marie Curie fellowship to support his postdoctoral research at the University of Copenhangen, Denmark.
(Mar 21, 2022) Excellent story and video about Dr. Andrew Schwartz and Snow Lab: With climate change, Berkeley snow lab’s mission remains critical.
(Jan 10, 2022) Yi’s paper on copper and methyl halides was published today. UCB press release.
(June 2021) Congratulations to Dr. Jiao on his completed Ph.D. thesis “The Breathing of Halogenated Volatile Organic Compounds (HVOCs) from Human-impacted Ecosystems”