AS Atmospheric Sciences
The 2016 Outstanding Student Poster and PICO (OSPP) Awards is awarded to Christina Theodosi for the poster entitled:
Chemical composition and sources of ambient aerosol in an urban environment over Athens, Greece: Case study on the role of wintertime biomass burning (Theodosi, C.)
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Christina Theodosi is a Post-Doc Researcher at the Institute for Environmental Research and Sustainable Development (IERSD), National Observatory of Athens, Greece, and the Environmental Chemical Processes Laboratory (ECPL), University of Crete, Greece. Her research interest focuses on Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Environmental Analytical Chemistry and Global Biogeochemical Cycles. In particular, aerosol chemical composition and fluxes from the atmosphere to the surface, mechanisms controlling the biogeochemical cycles and particulate matter transfer. Currently, her work is mainly concerned with establishing the chemical content of fine particles over the Greater Athens Area (GAA), in an attempt to take effective action to eliminate pollution episodes that appeared recently in the area. Emissions and emission inventories are core to the effort of reducing the impacts of air pollution episodes.