Author Archives: Mike Newland

About Mike Newland

I am a post-doc at the University of Birmingham exploring the chemistry that is going on around us in the atmosphere. I currently focus on oxidation mechanisms in the troposphere, particularly reactions of alkenes with ozone.

Sulphate Aerosol Geo-engineering: A simple solution?

“Climate change is the greatest challenge currently faced by mankind”. This quote or one like it has been uttered by many of the leading academics, politicians and celebrities in recent years. So what is climate change? It tends to be … Continue reading

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