I lead a research group that studies topics ranging from thawing Arctic permafrost carbon-climate couplings, to sources and radiative effects of aerosols in the Brown Clouds over South and East Asia, to the degradation of organic contaminants at industrial sites.
Our work is based on field observations and sampling, often using own-developed techniques, in remote locations such a on ships in the Arctic and on atmospheric observatories in both remote receptor locations (Tiksi, NE Siberia; Hanimaadhoo Island, the Maldives and Jeju Island, S. Korea) and in megacity locations in India and China. We emphasize molecular, isotopic and even molecular-isotopic probing of the organic matter to improve our understanding of its source, degradation status and properties.
We have currently organized ourselves in three research tracks: Aerosols, Arctic-C and Molecular and Isotopic Analysis (MIA).
I will try to not wait another ten years to update my homepage…In the meantime, email me or anyone else in the group (links to the right) if you have any questions!
Latest scientific papers
Contrasting composition of terrigenous organic matter in the dissolved, particulate and sedimentary organic carbon pools on the outer East Siberian Arctic Shelf
The sources of atmospheric black carbon at a European gateway to the Arctic
Fate of terrigenous organic matter across the Laptev Sea from the mouth of the Lena River to the deep sea of the Arctic interior
Acidification of East Siberian Arctic Shelf waters through addition of freshwater and terrestrial carbon