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Mathematical Modeling of Atmospheric Chemistry |
Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry
Chemical Transport Models |
Inverse Modeling |
Graduate Atmospheric Chemistry
Graduate Student Forum |
Outside Lectures
March 2014 | Graduate Student Forum presentation on Managing Time and Expectations |
March 2014: | New drafts of chapters 2 and 3 of Mathematical Modeling of Atmospheric Chemistry |
January 2014 | 6th edition of Supplemental Problems for Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry |
January 2014 | Updated powerpoint slides for Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry |
January 2014 | New draft Appendices of Mathematical Modeling of Atmospheric Chemistry |
September 2013 | New draft chapter 8 of Mathematical Modeling of Atmospheric Chemistry |
April 2013 | Updated graduate lectures (fall 2012) |
September 2012 | Career advice presentation to the IGAC Young Scientists Program |
Draft of Mathematical Modeling of Atmospheric Chemistry, by Guy P. Brasseur and Daniel J. Jacob
Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry, by Daniel J. Jacob (Princeton University Press, 1999) (access the pdf version - be a little patient)
Lecture slides (August 2012)
Collection of Supplemental Problems for Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry (pdf) (5th edition, August 2012)
Lectures on inverse modeling (pdf)
(Draft Chapter 11 from Mathematical Modeling of Atmospheric Chemistry, by Guy P. Brasseur and Daniel J. Jacob)
Atmospheric transport (ppt)
Atmospheric radiation (ppt)
Stratospheric chemistry (ppt)
Tropospheric ozone and OH (ppt - updated fall 2012)
Tropospheric CO, hydrocarbons, and NOx (ppt - updated fall 2012)
Tropospheric ozone and OH trends (ppt - updated fall 2012)
Surface ozone pollution (ppt - updated fall 2012)
Aerosols: optical properties (ppt - updated fall 2012)
Aerosol chemistry (ppt - updated fall 2012)
Atmospheric deposition (ppt - updated fall 2012)
Biogeochemical cycles (ppt)
Biogeochemical cycling of mercury (ppt - updated fall 2012)
Modeling (ppt)z
Managing your time and expectations (March 2014)
Beyond the Ph.D. (November 2012)
The scientific literature and you (September 2011)
Balancing work and play (March 2011)
How to write an effective scientific paper...and how to deal with the review process (November 2009)
How to write a successful proposal (May 2008)
Advising and mentoring (October 2007)
Life after the Ph.D. (April 2007)
How to give an effective presentation (November 2006)
Builidng your career in atmospheric chemistry: be all you can be, presentation by Daniel J. Jacob to the IGAC Young Scientists Program, Beijing, September 18, 2012. [PPT]
Inverse modeling of atmospheric composition data, lecture by Daniel J. Jacob at the ARCNESS Winter School, Wollongong, Australia, August 17, 2007. [PPT (4 Mb)]
Aircraft observation campaigns, lecture by Daniel J. Jacob at the ARCNESS Winter School, Wollongong, Australia, August 14, 2007. [PPT (19 Mb)]
Global models of atmospheric composition, lecture by Daniel J. Jacob at the ARCNESS Winter School, Wollongong, Australia, August 13, 2007. [PPT (4 Mb)]