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Larry Horowitz Receives 2017 AGU Ascent Award

August 7th, 2017 - Larry Horowitz Receives 2017 AGU Ascent Award

Larry Horowitz

Larry Horowitz, Leader of GFDL’s Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Group, has been honored with AGU’s Ascent Award for Atmospheric Sciences this year. The Atmospheric Sciences Ascent Award rewards exceptional mid-career scientists in the atmospheric and climate sciences. Honorees are recognized for demonstrating excellence in research and leadership in his or her field.

AGU award recipients are selected for their innovative research, important contributions to promoting better understanding of their scientific fields, and meritorious work and service to their communities. They will be formally recognized at the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting.

Larry Horowitz is an expert in tropospheric chemistry and chemical transport modeling of gas-phase and aerosol trace species, and has led the development of atmospheric chemistry in GFDL’s chemistry-climate models, AM3 and AM4.