Lyatt Jaeglé‘s research group is focused on  understanding the chemistry of the natural atmosphere and its perturbations by human activities. Current research projects examine emissions, chemical transformation, and transport of gases and particles in the Earth’s atmosphere on regional to global scales. We use global models to analyze ground-based, ship, aircraft, and satellite observations.

Our current and recent projects examine: wintertime pollution in the northeast United States, sources and chemistry of sea salt particles in the Arctic and Antarctic, long-range transport of pollution, biogeochemical cycling of mercury in the atmosphere and ocean, chemical forecasting in support of field missions.

Links to some of our recent research publications

Shah et al., PNAS, 2018
Huang & Jaeglé, ACP, 2017
 Jaeglé et al., JGR, 2017