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YSOPP award EGU 2010 for Matthew Toohey, subproject C5

Young Scientist Outstanding Poster Presentation (YSOPP) award for poster presentation "How does the impact of tropical volcanic eruptions depend on eruption season?" by Matthew Toohey, SFB574 subproject C5.

Matthew Toohey

for the poster entitled:
How does the impact of tropical volcanic eruptions depend on eruption season?
by Matthew Toohey, Ulrike Niemeier, Stephan Lorenz, Steffen Kutterolf, Armin Freundt, Claudia Timmreck, and Kirstin Krueger

Click here to download the poster as pdf-file.

Matthew Toohey received a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Physics from the University of Toronto, and is now a post-doctoral researcher at IFM-GEOMAR in Kiel, Germany. His current research involves simulating large-scale volcanic eruptions within the ECHAM5 General Circulation Model. His poster presented at EGU 2010 focuses on simulations of the Los Chocoyos eruption of 84000 years ago in present-day Guatemala, and explores how stratospheric volcanic aerosol distributions, and related climatic anomalies, depend on the season of eruption.

This poster will be published on the EGU YSOPP webpage:


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