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Joshua Digangi (NASA)

Title: Physical Scientist
Technical Focus Area: Atmospheric Composition, Chemistry & Dynamics, Airborne Science, 
Study Topics: In situ airborne instrumentation, trace gas emissions and transport


My research is on the atmospheric measurement and analysis of trace gases and humidity, with a focus on airborne platforms. As trace gas mixtures provide detailed information about emission and airmass sources, these measurements enable our group to contribute to a wide spectrum of atmospheric composition analyses, including quantifying emissions of pollutants and probing regional/intercontinental transport. Airborne trace gas measurements also fill a vital NASA role by providing traceable intercomparison data for validation of satellite, airborne, and ground remote sensing measurements.

Publication Bibliography:


  • NASA Early Career Achievement Award, 2019

Education/Professional Experience:

  • Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • B.S., Chemistry, University of Illinois – Urbana/Champaign

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