Presentations

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, 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 on...

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