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SOARS Protégés of 2010

Nicole Ngo

Nicole is interested in the interface between economics and climate, particularly in air pollution, in relation to sustainable development.


Graduate
Columbia University
PhD in Sustainable Development
In progress

Undergraduate
University of California, Irvine
BS in Earth and Environmental Sciences
BA in Economics
2006

Awards
University of California, Irvine, Department of Earth Sciences, Outstanding Senior Award - 2006
University of California, Irvine, Graduated Cum Laude - 2006

Research
2009: The effects of convective clouds on vertical scalar transport using a numerically simulated flow field
2007: The Effects of purchasing cardon offsets on net household carbon emissions
2006: Assessing the Prospects for Employment in an Expansion of US Aquaculture
2005: Examining climate influences and economic impacts of harmful algal blooms in Massachusetts: 1993 and 2005

Presentations
"The effects of convective clouds on vertical scalar transport using a numerically simulated flow field," AMS Student Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2010
"The effects of convective clouds on vertical scalar transport using a numerically simulated flow field," CMMAP Team Meeting, Fort Collins, CO, 2009
"Assessing the Prospects for Employment in an Expansion of US Aquaculture," AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2006
"Examining climate influences and economic impacts of harmful algal blooms in Massachusetts: 1993 and 2005," AMS 5th Annual Student Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2006
"Examining climate influences and economic impacts of harmful algal blooms in Massachusetts: 1993 and 2005," AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2005

Mentoring:
2007: Peer Mentor, Marcus Waldman
2009: Peer Mentor, Vanessa Vincente

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