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Measuring hydroxyl radical at 4730 metres on the Tibetan plateau


Researchers from the School of Chemistry were invited to participate in a joint field campaign in Tibet with Peking University, to measure concentrations of the OH radical at Nam Co. With an atmospheric pressure of only ~ 0.55 Atm, Nam Co is representative of the Tibetan Plateau, a much understudied part of the atmosphere, yet...

Prof John Plane awarded the Vilhelm Bjerknes medal for 2017


John Plane, Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry in the School of Chemistry  and a deputy director of the Priestley International Centre for Climate, has been awarded a medal by the European Geosciences Union (EGU) for distinguished research in atmospheric sciences. The medal is named after Vilhelm Bjerknes, one of the leading atmospheric scientists of the first...