Fall 2004

 

Copenhagen Global Change Initiative-

Atmospheric Chemistry Seminar Series

Thursdays at 10.15 in C413 unless indicated

 

For further information contact M. S. Johnson msj@kiku.dk

 

30.8

Markus D. Petters

Department of Atmospheric Science

Univeristy of Wyoming

Cloud Condensation Nuclei: Measurement and Prediction from Aerosol Physicochemical Data

23.9

Kristina Stenstrm

Nuclear Physics

Lund University

Accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) an ultra-sensitive tool for global science

30.9

Professor Poul Erik Hansen
Department of Life Sciences and Chemistry
Roskilde University

NMR studies in environmental chemistry and biology using isotopes

7.10

Lise Vejby Sgard

Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance, Copenhagen University Hospital, Hvidovre

Hyperpolarisation of 3He for lung imaging

14.10

Joel Savarino

Laboratoire de Glaciologie et Gophysique de l'Environnement/CNRS/UJF

St Martin d'Hres Cedex, France

Study of sulfur and oxygen isotopic anomalies of some major volcanic events: A new insight into the oxidation processes of atmospheric constituents.

21.10

Karen Feilberg

Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, University of Copenhagen

The effect of isotopic verses chemical substitution on atmospheric reactivity: methane, methyl chloride and methanol

4.11

Teis Mikkelsen

Plant Research Department

Ris National Laboratory

Ozone deposition to a Danish forest - comparison of flux, stomatal uptake, non-stomatal uptake and multiple indexes

18.11

Dr Paul C. Knutz
Geological Institute
University of Copenhagen

Ice-ocean-atmosphere interactions in the glacial North Atlantic

22.11

KEMISK FORENING 125 ANNIVERSARY MEETING (HC Auditorium)

Prof. Mark H. Thiemens, Chair
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of California San Diego

The Use of Mass Independent Isotope Effects to Study the Origin of the Solar System, Mars, the Evolution of Life, and Global Climate

2.12

Matthew S. Johnson

Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, University of Copenhagen

Photolysis of isotopic species in the atmosphere

9.12

Prof. Claus J. Nielsen

Department of Chemistry

University of Oslo

Kinetic isotope effects in the atmospheric reactions of acetylene and halomethanes.