News From Shepson Atmospheric Chemistry Group
Congratualations Drs. Raso and Salmon
Olivia and Angela successfully defend their dissertations
Ana receives NSF GRFP fellowship
Ana receives NSF GRFP fellowship
Shep becomes Dean at Stonybrook
Paul Shepson has become the dean of Stonybrook University School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences.
Ana wins outstanding TA award
Ana wins William F. Epple outstanding teaching award.
Jay Tomlin has joined the Shepson group.
New ACP Paper Published!
Nitrate radical oxidation of γ-terpinene: hydroxy nitrate, total organic nitrate, and secondary organic aerosol yields
Ana Morales has joined the Shepson group.
New Influx Paper Released in Elementa
Assessing the optimized precision of the aircraft mass balance method...
We are excited to welcome Thilina Jayarathne as a postdoctoral researcher!
Congrats to Joel and Chris
Group members Joel Rindelaub and Christopher Groff defend their dissertations
Congratulations Drs. Custard and McAvey
Kyle and Kevin successfully defend their dissertations
New Shepson Group Paper
Quantification and source apportionment of the methane emission flux from the city of Indianapolis
Congratulations Dr. Caulton
Congratulations to Dana, who successfully defended her dissertation
Shepson Group Postdoctoral Research Associate Dr. Maria Obiminda L Cambaliza leaves the Shepson Group
Outstanding Alumnus - Dennis Barket
Former Shepson Group Member Dennis Barket named a Purdue Department of Chemistry Outstanding Alumnus
Prof Shepson Receives ACS 2015 National Award for Creative Advances in Environmental Science andTechnology
Prof. Shepson takes NSF Directorate
Dr. Paul B. Shepson will be joining the National Science Foundation as Director of the Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences
Gas Flares from Shale Wells
Methane Destruction Efficiency of Natural Gas Flares Associated with Shale Formation Wells
Congratulations to Professor Shepson!
Professor Shepson was appointed as the Jonathan Amy Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, and Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences
Jonathan Amy awarded honorary degree from Purdue
New Shepson Group paper regarding Arctic ozone depletion events from O-Buoy measurements
Shepson Group welcomes its newest postdoc
New paper about methane from shale gas
New Shepson Group paper regarding methane emissions from shale gas
Global Ozone Project
Shepson Group now contributing the Global Ozone Project
Shepson Group research from BROMEX 2012 featured in the new short film, Young Ice
Kyle Custard featured on Alaskan news
Kyle Custard was interviewed by KTVA in Anchorage, AK, for his recent field work in Barrow, AK.
Welcome to the group, Tegan and Olivia!
The Shepson group welcomes two new group members, Tegan Lavoie and Olivia Salmon.
Dr. Kerri Pratt leaves Purdue and the Shepson Group for her new faculty position at the University of Michigan
Congrats to Kerri, Marc, and Professor Shepson!
Pictures from Alabama
See some pictures from our latest field campaign.
Arctic snowpack bromine release
Snow and ice influence the climate and chemistry of the polar atmosphere. Field experiments in Alaska point to the significance of surface snow for polar ozone depletion events.
Following the springtime polar sunrise, ozone concentrations in the lower troposphere episodically decline to near-zero levels. These ozone depletion events are initiated by an increase in reactive bromine levels in the atmosphere.
Together with researchers from across the country, the Shepson Group will be participating in the Southern Oxidant and Aerosol Study (SOAS) in Centreville, Alabama from June 1-July 15, 2013.