DISCOVER – AQ – Deriving Information on Surface Conditions from Column and Vertically Resolved Observations Relevant to Air Quality – Colorado Campaign


SUMMARY The Colorado campaign was the final stop in a series of 4 field studies. Previous studies were conducted in Baltimore-Washington, California’s San Joaquin Valley, and Houston. This Colorado campaign was closely coordinated with the FRAPPE study. A priority of… Continue Reading

FRAPPE – Front Range Air Pollution and Photochemistry Experiment


SUMMARY The objective of FRAPPE is to determine the factors that control ground level ozone on the Northern Front Range of the Rocky Mountains and improve the understanding of these processes so as to develop better models and support informed… Continue Reading

Why Community-Based Research Matters to Science and People


Lauren Richter, Doctoral Student, UCS Science Network, UCS When and how does research serve people? When and how does community-based participatory research improve the “rigor, relevance and reach” of science itself? Today we are witnessing an increase in collaborative research projects that… Continue Reading