Monthly Archives: June 2010

Principal Investigator Prof. Lynn Mazzoleni

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Lynn R. Mazzoleni, Ph. D. Associate Professor of Chemistry and Atmospheric Science Program Google Scholar Profile LinkedIn Profile Research Focus: Using mass spectrometry to unravel the complexity of atmospheric aerosols Education: Ph.D. University of Nevada, Reno B.S. Kutztown University Academic Appointments: 2014 – Present: Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Michigan Technological University 2014 – Present: Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Geology

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Research Project to Study Ambient Aerosol Composition

Storm Peak Laboratory above Steamboat Springs, CO

Collaborative Research: Hygroscopic Properties of Aerosol Organics NSF Atmospheric Chemistry Program, 2009-2012 Aerosols affect the Earth’s radiation balance directly by scattering sunlight and indirectly through their role as cloud condensation nuclei (CCN). An increase in the number of CCN leads to more numerous but smaller cloud droplets and increased cloud albedo. Current estimates of direct and indirect effects, -0.9 to

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