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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

The Mystery of Snow talk by UAS alum and UC Davis PhD student, Jon Bower

Wednesday July 14th, 7PM Egan Lecture Hall

We are proud and excited to have Jon Bower (ENVS and Math undergraduate majors) back to UAS to give a talk about "The Mystery of Snow: A look at the beauty, chemistry and potential toxicity of snow."  Jon did undergraduate research on snow chemistry near the oil pipeline terminal in Valdez, AK.  His research was later published.  Please come to learn about Jon's latest research.

Bower, J.P.*, E. Hood, and L.A. Hoferkamp (2008) Major solutes, metals, and alkylated aromatic compounds in high-latitude maritime snowpacks near the trans-Alaska pipeline terminal, Valdez, Alaska. Environ. Res. Lett. 3, 045010.

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