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Black Carbon Nanoparticles in Paleo-Records: A Combustion Proxy
Emitted to the atmosphere through fire and fossil fuel combustion, refractory black carbon nanoparticles (rBC) impact the global climate, atmospheric chemistry, human health, and the carbon cycle. In the Southern Hemisphere ...
Holocene records of climate and pollution from the Northern Rocky Mountains: Integrating perspectives from glacial ice, lake sediments, and tree rings
Reconstructions of past climate and pollution often rely on chemical records preserved in glacial ice, lake sediments, and tree rings. The goal of this dissertation is to combine perspectives on paleoclimate and pollution ...