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Member Since 2011
Alexander J. Turner
Assistant Professor, University of Washington Seattle
Professional Experience
University of Washington Seattle
Assistant Professor
2021 - Present
Education
Harvard University
Doctorate
2017
Honors & Awards
James R. Holton Award
Received December 2020
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Publications
What Are the Different Measures of Mobility Telling Us About Surface Transportation CO2 Emissions Du...

The COVID‐19 pandemic led to widespread reductions in mobility and induced observable changes in atmospheric emissions. Recent work has emplo...

June 01, 2021
AGU Abstracts
Estimating carbon dioxide emissions in California using Bayesian inversion and satellite measurements
ADVANCES IN ATMOSPHERIC REMOTE SENSING INVERSION I ORAL
atmospheric sciences | 15 december 2023
Sofia D Hamilton, Dien Wu, Matthew S. Johnson, Ale...
Accurate inventories of current carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are needed for California to design effective policies to reduce future emissions in or...
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Tracking Urban CO2 Emission Trends Using Dense Sensor Networks and Bayesian Inversions
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN URBAN GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS QUANTIFICATION AND RELATED UNCERTAINTY I ORAL
atmospheric sciences | 15 december 2023
Naomi Asimow, Alexander J. Turner, Helen Fitzmauri...
As cities set greenhouse gas reduction targets, there is great interest in using atmospheric measurements to quantify greenhouse gas emissions. Carbon...
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Estimating urban CO2 emission fluxes in San Francisco Bay Area using machine learning emulator for atmospheric transport
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN URBAN GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS QUANTIFICATION AND RELATED UNCERTAINTY II POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 15 december 2023
Nikhil Dadheech, Tai-Long He, Alexander J. Turner
Point sources are responsible for a large percentage of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions; studying their emissions requires densely spaced observation...
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