Field Measurements of Atmospheric Ice Nuclei

Several projects involve collaborative work as part of the Network on Climate and Aerosols: Addressing Key Uncertainties in Remote Canadian Environments (NETCARE). The overall objectives of NETCARE are to (i) address key uncertainties in predictions of aerosol effects on climate by using a variety of observational and modeling approaches, and (ii) to improve the accuracy of Canadian climate and Earth system model predictions of aerosol radiative forcing. - See more at:


Mar 30 2015 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Paul Kosma
Department of Chemistry University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria
Mar 31 2015 - 12:45pm to 2:00pm
Ching Tang: VWR Lecture
Department of Chemistry, University of Rochester


Congratulations to the Undergraduate Chemistry Society

The Undergraduate Chemistry Society (UCS) received the 2014/15 Helen McCrae Award. Dr. Helen McCrae served UBC as a professor of Social Work and Dean of Women from 1959 to 1973. Her community contributions have extended from UBC to the United...

Congratulations to Dr. Mark MacLachlan

Congratulations to Dr. Mark MacLachlan, he has been awarded the 2014 Steacie Prize in the natural sciences, Canada’s top award for young scientists and engineers. The award recognizes MacLachlan’s outstanding research and scholarly contributions...

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