Hannah Walker

Dr Hannah Walker was employed by UBoC to lead on the i-Tree research project. She is currently in the Antarctic.

Hannah studied Chemistry at Durham University, and completed a PhD in Atmospheric Chemistry at the University of Leeds. During her PhD and post-doc projects Hannah studied reactive atmospheric chemical species using laser spectroscopy techniques, taking part in ground-based, aircraft-based, and ship-based field campaigns. She recently conducted a global modelling study of the impacts of ocean-emitted carbon-containing compounds on aerosols, clouds, and climate at the School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds.

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