Department of Chemistry, University of California Irvine (UCI), Irvine, CA, USA
讲座题目:VOC emissions and characteristics in polluted and remote regions of the globe
Recent airborne research gives us an unprecedented three-dimensional characterization of the troposphere in both remote and polluted atmospheric environments. Here the results from two airborne field missions in contrasting environments are presented. The measurements revealed seasonal variations and Pacific/Atlantic differences, with regional source influences from biomass burning, oil and natural gas activities, and urban/industrial sources. These and other results will be presented and discussed.
Prof. Blake is a Distinguished Professor at UCI. He has co-authored more than 550 peer-reviewed journal articles and has given more than 150 invited academic and public lectures. He is a pioneer in understanding pollution in global and urban environments, and was mentored by Nobel Laureate F. Sherwood Rowland.