Room G19, Building 41, Northfields Avenue
Wollongong, NSW 2522, Australia
+61 2 4221 5484
My research centres on investigating the sources, chemical evolution, and transport pathways of atmospheric pollution. I use a global chemical transport model combined with observational data sets (ground-based, aircraft, and satellite) to increase our fundamental understanding of the impacts of human activity and natural processes on atmospheric composition in diverse environments. [CV]
Contact me: jennyf [at] uow.edu.au
The video below, created as part of the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science fellowship, provides a broad overview of me, my research and my plans for the immediate future.
- PhD student Jesse Greenslade’s new paper on stratosphere-to-troposphere ozone transport events is now available in ACPD.
- I am honoured to have been named a 2016 L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science Australia fellow. Check out photos from the ceremony or learn more about what I will do with the fellowship.
- Two co-authored papers on the biogenic chemistry of the Southeast US were published on the same day: what we now know about why models overestimate surface ozone in the Southeast United States (led by Katie Travis, Harvard) and about the capabilities of 6 retrievals and 4 satellites for space-based HCHO observations (led by Lei Zhu, Harvard).
- I received the 2016 Vice Chancellor's Research Excellence Award for Emerging Researchers from the University of Wollongong.
- Paper published in ACP on organic nitrate chemistry and its its implications for nitrogen budgets in an isoprene- and monoterpene-rich atmosphere.
I am always looking for motivated students from diverse backgrounds who are interested in applying their skills to atmospheric chemistry modelling. For more information, please read the Prospective Students section on the People page.