Atmospheric sciences, biogeochemistry/climate interactions with aerosols

Program or topic

Atmospheric sciences, biogeochemistry/climate interactions with aerosols

Department(s) or unit(s)

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Contact information

Natalie Mahowald, Associate Professor
nmm63@cornell.edu

Program goals

Global modeling of climate change feedbacks, especially aerosols.

Brief Description

My research group is focused on understanding global and regional scale atmospheric transport of biogeochemically important species such as desert dust. We are interested in how humans are perturbing the natural environment, especially through perturbations to aerosols. We look at these issues through a combination of 3-dimensional global transport and climate models, as well as analysis of satellite and in situ data.

For more information

Natalie Mahowald’s profile page.



Category: Climate science/modeling, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Greenhouse gasses, aerosols

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