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  • Dr. Jiwen Fan

    Fan receives DOE Early Career Research Program award

    PNNL atmospheric scientist Jiwen Fan was selected to receive a 2017 Early Career Research Program award from the U.S. Department of Energy.

  • L. Ruby Leung

    L. Ruby Leung Elevated to Battelle Fellow Status

    L. Ruby Leung recently was named a Battelle Fellow, which is Battelle's most distinguished research scientist position. Leung is an internationally renowned atmospheric scientist and a Laboratory Fellow at PNNL.

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    Schmid, Flynn Continue Longtime Collaboration with NASA on Unique Atmospheric Instrumentations

    A collaboration involving Drs. Beat Schmid and Connor Flynn of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and NASA scientists to develop a unique light-collecting instrument has led to participation in a half-dozen airborne field campaigns and the development of several related instruments.

  • NASA satellite image of river inundation

    Floodplain Inundation in Earth System Models

    PNNL researchers and colleagues extended a key component of the Department of Energy's Accelerated Climate Modeling for Energy (ACME) Earth system model to include a large-scale inundation formulation for representing floodplain inundation. The extended model showed improvement in modeling terrestrial surface hydrology in the flood-prone Amazon River basin.

  • Dr. Zhe Feng

    Feng Receives His Second Editors' Citation for JGR: Atmospheres Reviews

    Zhe Feng, atmospheric scientist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, received a 2016 Editors' Citation for Excellence in Refereeing as a reviewer of submitted papers for Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. Feng also was honored with an Editors' Citation in 2013 for his JGR: Atmospheres reviews.

How do human activities and natural systems interact to affect the Earth's climate? Ultimately, that is the question challenging scientists in PNNL’s Atmospheric Sciences & Global Change Division.

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