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MAGIC: An Interns Take
Mar 26, 2014       
Two weeks ago, I was at the Atmospheric System Research (ASR) Science Team Meeting and chaired a well-attended session on MAGIC. I gave a summary of MAGIC status and news and presented a few results on aerosol measurements taken during MAGIC. There were seven other presentations, including two from graduate students Xiaoli Zhou from McGill [...]

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On the Amazon: G-1 Take One
Mar 06, 2014       
G-1 flight #1 has successfully been completed! Here’s the big white bird waiting for ARM Aerial Facility (AAF) crew and SOBs, or Scientists on Board, (to the right): Left to right: John Hubbe, flight scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) Fan Mei, aerosol mentor and flight support, PNNL Duli Chand, aerosol instrument mentor, PNNL John Shilling, scientific crew and instrument [...]

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Off the Amazon: Building Bridges Through Science
Mar 03, 2014       
Last week, I joined science collaborators from the United States and Brazil in Manaus, Amazonas, as the first intensive measurement phase began for the Green Ocean Amazon (GOAMAZON) field campaign. In their opening remarks on Tuesday, several representatives from sponsoring organizations and participating research institutions emphasized the importance of this research, the relationships and [...]

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