I am a Miller Postdoctoral Fellow working with Ron Cohen and Inez Fung at the University of California at Berkeley. I work on a variety of topics related to atmospheric chemistry, the carbon cycle, inverse modeling, and remote sensing. Broadly, my research focuses on understanding how carbon cycles through the various reservoirs in the earth system (e.g., the atmosphere, ocean, and biosphere). My recent work has focused on quantifying the processes driving decadal trends in atmospheric methane and hydroxyl, the main sink for methane and primary oxidant in the troposphere.

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alexjturner (at) berkeley (dot) edu
Department of Earth and Planetary Science/College of Chemistry
University of California at Berkeley
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