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SOARS Protégés of 2009

Anastasia Yanchilina

Anastasia will be pursuing graduate study in Quaternary paleoclimatology and paleoceanography but is also interested in topics related to solar impact upon the atmospheric chemistry and dynamics, evolution of planetary atmospheres and astrobiology.


Graduate
Columbia University
PhD in Paleoclimatology/Paleoceanography
In progress

Undergraduate
Creighton University
BS in Atmospheric Science
2009

Awards
Goldwater Scholarship - 2009
AMS Graduate Fellowship - 2009
Creighton University Superior Scholastic Achievement - 2007

Research
2009: Model analysis of 27-day solar induced variability of chemical dynamics in the equatorial upper and middle atmophere
2007: Atmospheric measurements aboard C-130 during the Pacific Atmospheric Sulfur Experiment

Presentations
"Atmospheric measurements aboard C-130 during the Pacific Atmospheric Sulfur Experiment," FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC Workshop, 4th Asian Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, 2008
"Atmospheric measurements aboard C-130 during the Pacific Atmospheric Sulfur Experiment," AMS 7th Annual Student Conference, New Orleans, LA, 2008
"Atmospheric measurements aboard C-130 during the Pacific Atmospheric Sulfur Experiment," AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2007
"Airborne measurements of OH, MSA, NH3, HO2, HO2+RO2 using the selected ion chemical ionization mass spectrometer," SACNAS, Kansas City, MO, 2007

To access Anastasia's work on NCAR's Library service, OpenSky click here.

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