University of Maryland researchers have developed the world’s first daily 1-kilometer seamless product of PM2.5— fine particulate matter that threatens human respiratory health — that logs the progression of the world’s air quality since 2017.
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Air Quality Deterioration from Western Wildfires Outpaces Human-Driven Improvement, Threatens Human Health
UMD researchers analyzed changes in the mortality burden attributed to wildfire pollution over the last two decades.
ESSIC scientist Jing Wei is the winner of the Remote Sensing 2023 Young Investigator Award.
Jing Wei has been appointed an Associate Editor for the journal JGR: Atmospheres of the American Geophysical Union (AGU). As an Associate Editor, Wei will maintain and improve the quality of the journal, facilitate a timely review process, and assist the editor to solicit important and thought-provoking articles. JGR: Atmospheres (IF = 5.22) publishes original research articles that advance and improve the understanding of atmospheric properties and processes, including the interaction of the atmosphere with other components of the Earth system, as well as their roles in climate variability and change.
Jing Wei was announced as American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) 2022 Atmospheric Sciences Section James R. Holton Award recipient. The James R. Holton Award is awarded usually to one young scientist across all disciplines of atmospheric sciences to acknowledge their outstanding scientific research and accomplishments at an early stage of career within three years of receiving Ph.D. Wei is the youngest winner of this award since its establishment in 2004 with a little over one year after Ph.D.
ESSIC Postdoctoral Associate Jing Wei has been appointed as a new topical Editor (Atmosphere) for the journal Earth System Science Data (ESSD) of the European Geophysical Union.