Head in a Cloud

… is the nice name of a new blog by Sean Davis that focuses on the study of ozone chemistry and interactions at the stratosphere-troposphere boundary, such as in cirrus clouds. This is more-or-less exactly like my own field of work (except I’m using different tools such as remote sensing instruments instead of in situ) so this makes me really happy.

There are only a couple of posts right now, but one of them is from no other than Andrew Dessler, famous for his work on interactions between convective systems and stratospheric humidity (well, he’s famous to me ;-)). Definitely a new important stop in the blogosphere.

(via John Fleck)

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