Biocomplexity at Johns Hopkins University

Marc Parlange, Johns Hopkins University, Geography and Environmental Engineering

This site provides information about an NSF-funded biocomplexity research project at Johns Hopkins University. The goal of the research is to develop and test an advanced instrumentation and computational modeling framework required to understand and predict the emission and transport of "Primary Biological Aerosol Particles" into the turbulent atmosphere. The site contains a project summary, research activities, results of the work so far, publications and abstracts, and links to the project faculty. This resource is part of the biocomplexity collection.

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Subject: Geoscience:Atmospheric Science, Biology, Geoscience:Atmospheric Science:Meteorology:Atmospheric structure and composition, Biology:Microbiology
Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Research Results
Grade Level: Graduate/Professional, College Lower (13-14), College Upper (15-16)
Topics: Biosphere, Atmosphere, Human Dimensions/Resources, Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics
Theme: Teach the Earth:Course Topics:Atmospheric Science, Teach the Earth:Teaching Topics:Weather