Hebrew University of Jerusalem
English, Hebrew
Research Interests
We measure the sulfur isotopes of carbonyl sulfide (COS), which is the most abundant long-lived sulfur gas in the atmosphere, with a lifetime of a few years. COS is an important source for background stratospheric sulfate aerosols, which have significant control on Earth’s albedo, and hence temperature, and is used as a promising proxy for terrestrial gross primary production (photosynthesis), which controls atmospheric CO2 concentration.
Selected Awards
All rights reserved Postdoc Israel 2024
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