The group is hard at work finalizing all of the various data from the project, working on manuscripts, and pushing forward with the modeling component of the study.
We recently wrapped up another data workshop, this time hosted here in Boulder, CO.
We're just wrapping up our Pico/Summit/Toolik Lake workshop at Michigan Technical University. It's been very beneficial to compare notes and see each others' work.
It's time to take a look at where we are in our measurement campaign - we have been collecting data since 2008 at Summit, throughout the year and under many kinds of conditions. We shared these results with colleagues at the AGU Fall Meeting last month.
Many of us are in San Francisco this week for the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, presenting papers on our research and mixing with 16,000 other geoscientists.
The Ozone and Snow project is featured in the iLEAPS Newsletter--coverage includes scientific background and early results.
Brian and Laurens are working together in the Netherlands on the model.
Bad weather is keeping Jacques grounded at Summit, where he has been maintaining our equipment. A webcam shows the camp.
We have received a year extension on our grant from the NSF to collect data and refine our atmospheric chemistry models.
Get a personal look at our project through the eyes of Laurens Ganzeveld, our adventurous modeler.
We check in with Laurens, who is working on the modeling components of the Ozone and Snow project.
We mourn the loss of Richard Honrath, co-PI on this project and Michigan Tech atmospheric scientist.
Jacques is at Summit for a dark and chilly visit.
Our international team is all together for the first time at a data workshop in Boulder.
Detlev is working in 50-below temps at Summit -
Detlev arrives at Summit for a turnover visit.
Goodbye Greenland! This was Brie's last day before flying home to Colorado.
Meet the electricians who keep us wired on the ice.
First sunset of the summer at Summit.
Life on the ice at Summit Camp, Greenland.
We are on the ice!
We are getting ready to travel to Greenland at last. Four of us—Detlev, Brie, Brian, and David—are going to set up the instruments at Summit and begin collecting data.
We are in the middle of getting our scientific instruments assembled.
We’ll be working at a new flux facility at Summit, Greenland.
We’re getting started on our project.
Our project has been funded by the NSF! Our team is excited to begin work and find out more about how ozone in the atmosphere interacts with snow.