Sandip Pal will lead a discussion on greenhouse gas transport.
5 p.m. Tuesday (Dec. 1)
Virtually presented via Zoom. Registration is required.
Bring your favorite beverage and pull up a chair for a virtual discussion led by Sandip Pal, assistant professor in atmospheric science in the Department of Geosciences. Within a NASA-funded project, Pal explores airborne remote sensing and on-site measurements of meteorological variables and greenhouse gas concentrations. This data helps to better understand the regional scale fluxes of greenhouse gases in the three different biospheres of the eastern U.S. Weather is critical for the transport processes of greenhouse gases. Within this presentation, Pal will explain how weather stirs atmospheric greenhouse gases and why we should care.