Dr. Salwitch's research focuses on quantification of the effect of human activity on atmospheric composition, with a focus on climate change, tropospheric chemistry, air quality, the carbon cycle, and stratospheric ozone depletion and recovery. These efforts are motivated by the need to quantify how atmospheric composition is being altered by emissions of greenhouse gases and pollutants that drive global warming and degrade the environment.
Office: ATL 2403
B.S., Applied and Engineering Physics, Cornell University, 1981
Ph.D., Applied Physics, Harvard University, 1987
Postdoctoral Fellow and Research Associate, Harvard University, 1988-1994