Presentations

The potential overlooked importance of hydroxymethane sulfonate as a contribution to ambient particulate matter, at ORD/NERL/CED/AMAAB Monthly Seminar, Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, Thursday, July 18, 2019
Moch, J.M., L.J. Mickley, D.J. Jacob, E. Dovrou, F.N. Keutsch, J.W. Munger, J. Jiang, M. Li, Y. Cheng, X. Qiao, Q. Zhang, Z. Liu, S. Decesari, M. Paglione, and T. Dombek, (2019).  The potential overlooked importance of hydroxymethane sulfonate as a contribution to ambient particulate matter. Presentation at ORD/NERL/CED/AMAAB Monthly Seminar, July 18, Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Hydroxymethane sulfonate in extreme haze: Initial results from GEOS-Chem, at 9th International GEOS-Chem Meeting, Cambridge, Massachusetts , Tuesday, May 7, 2019:
Moch, J.M., L.J. Mickley, D.J. Jacob, E. Dovrou, F.N. Keutsch, B. Alexander, Y. Cheng, J. Jiang, M. Li, J.W. Munger, J. Shao, X. Qiao, and Q. Zhang, (2019). Hydroxymethane sulfonate in extreme haze: Initial results from GEOS-Chem. Presentation at 9th International GEOS-Chem Meeting, May 6-9 2019, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 
Hydroxymethane sulfonate as a possible explanation for observed high levels of particulate sulfur during severe winter haze episodes in Beijing, China., at AGU 2017 Fall Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana , Friday, December 15, 2017:

Moch, J.M., L.J. Mickley, D.J. Jacob, Y. Cheng, M. Li, J.W. Munger, Y.X. Wang, (2017).  Hydroxymethane sulfonate as a possible explanation for observed high levels of particulate sulfur during severe winter haze episodes in Beijing, China. Poster presentation at AGU 2017 Fall Meeting, December 11-15, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Recieved AGU Outstanding Student Presentation Award.

Using in situ data to better understand Chinese air pollution events, at 8th International GEOS-Chem Meeting, Cambridge, Massachusetts , Wednesday, May 3, 2017:

Moch, J.M., L.J. Mickley, H. Liao, Y. Cheng, and M. Li, (2017). Using in situ data to better understand Chinese air pollution events. Presentation at 8th International GEOS-Chem Meeting, May 1-4 2017, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Watchable online.

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Modeling CH4 emissions from Arctic tundra: Processes behind emissions pulses and the potential for a negative feedback, at AGU 2012 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, Tuesday, December 4, 2012:

Moch, J.M., B.T. Stackhouse, M.C.Y. Lau, D. Medvigy, and T.C. Onstott, (2012).  Modeling CH4 emissions from Arctic tundra:  Processes behind emissions pulses and the potential for a negative feedback. Poster presentation at AGU 2012 Fall Meeting, December 3-7, San Francisco, California.

Quantifying Carbon Cycle-Climate Feedbacks with the GFDL Earth System Model, at Princeton Environmental Institute / Grand Challenges 2011 Summer of Learning Symposium, Princeton, New Jersey, Friday, October 7, 2011:

Project: Quantifying Carbon Cycle-Climate Feedbacks with the GFDL Earth System Model

Organization/Location: Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey

Advisers: Jorge Sarmiento, George J. ­Magee Professor of Geoscience and Geological ­Engineering, Director, Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS); Keith ­Rodgers, Research Scholar, AOS. Thomas Frolicher, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, AOS

This summer I worked with the Sarmiento group in the Atmospheric and Oceanic ­Sciences Program...

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