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How cities can fight air pollutionWed, Dec 6, 2017

AOS professor Suzanne Paulson was a featured expert on a Huffington Post news article highlighting how air pollution kills millions each year, methods cities can take for cleaner air and what steps the City of Los Angeles has done to curb air pollution in spite of a population boom.

Source: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/how-cities-can-fight-air-pollution_...

Relocating bus stops would cut riders’ pollution exposure, AOS study findsWed, Dec 6, 2017

AOS Professor Suzanne Paulson's research group was featured on UCLA Newsroom focusing on the group's study on how to lower bus rider exposure to pollution. Research has shown that bus riders typically wait 15-25 minutes for the bus and Suzanne Paulson's study concluded that by moving bus and light rail stops 120 feet after intersections both significantly lowered riders' exposure to pollutants as well as improving traffic flow.

New Graduate Admissions Date for Fall 2018Wed, Dec 6, 2017

The graduate addmissions deadline for the Fall 2018 quarter applications has been moved to Janurary 3, 2018.

Climate Crusader: Alex Hall Mon, Sep 25, 2017

AOS Professor Alex Hall was featured in UCLA's 2016-2017 Year in Review in an article titled: "CLIMATE CRUSADER: Alex Hall’s warnings about the disappearing Sierra Nevada snowpack are capturing lawmakers’ attention". Congratulations to Professor Hall for being selected in being part of UCLA's Year in Review features. 

Source: UCLA Year in Review 2016-2017

Professor Kuo-Nan Liou Awarded with the Carl-Gustaf Rossby Research MedalWed, Jul 26, 2017

The Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences would like to congratulate professor Kuo-Nan Liou for receiving the Carl-Gustaf Rossby Research Medal, the highest award from the American Meterological Society (AMS). Professor Liou was recognized by the AMS "For intellectual leadership and seminal contributions to improving the theory and application of atmospheric radiative transfer and its interactions with clouds and aerosols". Previously in 2013 Liou was awarded the Roger Revelle Medal, the highest award from the America Geophyiscal Union.