Welcome to EMSL
EMSL’s Special Science Call for Proposals ran from mid-April through September and generated 23 accepted studies. The call challenged prospective users to submit high-impact research projects that took advantage of EMSL’s technical resources including RadEMSL, the Quiet Wing microscopy and NanoSIMS capabilities, and HRMAC. The research associated with the call is progressing, and the projects will soon start delivering important scientific findings.
Virtually tour RadEMSL, (EMSL's Radiochemistry Annex), a facility designed for the understanding of the chemical fate and transport of radionuclides in terrestrial and subsurface ecosystems.
Brown carbon is an important contributor to air pollution and climate change. A recently published comprehensive review article focusing on atmospheric chemistry of this aerosol paves the way for more accurate climate models as well as strategies to curb negative effects.
EMSL is accepting applications through May 19 for its Terrestrial and Subsurface Ecosystems Postdoctoral Appointment. The fellowship is open to high-performing recently graduated Ph.D. scientists interested in conducting integrated experimental and modeling research in belowground terrestrial carbon cycle processes.
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