- Laura Alvarez-Aviles Ph.D. candidate. Thesis project: Investigating the ionic composition of snow, aerosols, sea ice, and frost flowers to understand production of reactive halogens and deposition of mercury in the Arctic.
- Randy Apodaca Ph.D. candidate. Thesis project: Developing techniques for detection of nighttime nitrogen oxide chemical intermediates and deployment of these instruments to study the fate of nitrogen oxide pollution at high latitudes.
- Dan Carlson Ph.D candidate. Thesis project: Studying the role of sea ice in reactive halogen chemistry in the Arctic and its role in mercury depostion. Development and use of novel low-power instrumentaion.
- Dea Huff Ph.D. candidate. Thesis project: Probing the role of aerosol and snow surface reactivity in nighttime losses of nitrogen oxides in high latitude plumes.
- Deanna Donohoue Postdoctoral researcher, Ph.D. University of Miami. Project: Development and deployment of low-power instrumentation to remote locations on the Arctic sea ice.