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NASA Fellowship Award to Matthew Brege

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Matthew Brege was awarded the 2015 NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship for his proposal involving the aqueous phase processing of biomass burning emissions. A summary of the proposal is provided below. Proposal Summary: Atmospheric processing of the primary emissions from biomass burning contributes to the formation of light absorbing secondary organic aerosol (SOA), which is often referred to as humic-like substances

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Building a Cloud Chamber for Collaborative Research

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NSF MRI: Development of a Turbulent Cloud Chamber NSF Major Research Instrumentation Program, 2010-2013 (Extended to 2015) This effort will develop a laboratory cloud chamber to assess impacts of well-characterized turbulence (generated via Rayleigh-Benard convection) on cloud microphysics and aerosol processing. The cylindrical chamber will have a working volume of 3.14 m^3 and be capable of simulating a full range of

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