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Research interests

I graduated from Cardiff University in 2013 with a First in Chemistry. My final (Masters) year project focussed on the feasability of platinum/palladium alloys as potential catalysts for hydrogen fuel cells. I began my PhD with the University of Bristol's Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group that same year. During my studies, I used novel measurement techniques developed within the group to improve our understanding of national hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emission trends. As part of this work I travelled to India for 2 months, where I was an instrument scientist aboard the FAAM research aircraft. 

Upon successful completion of my PhD - and a short break to explore the Southern hemisphere - I began my current role as a Research Associate. I am interested in the use of statistical models to derive national emissions - much of this work has focussed on the measurements collected from India. India's halocarbon emissions are very poorly understood - our work is providing some of the first real insight into the magnitude and distribution of these emissions. Such work is vital if we are to provide a benchmark against which future growth can be compared.

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  • Cabot Institute Environmental Change Research

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Research Output

  • 6 Article (Academic Journal)

Atmospheric toluene and benzene mole fractions at Cape Town and Cape Point and an estimation of the hydroxyl radical concentrations in the air above the Cape Peninsula, South Africa

Kuyper, B., Wingrove, H., Lesch, T., Labuschagne, C., Say, D., Martin, D., Young, D., Khan, M. A. H., O'Doherty, S., Davies-Coleman, M. T. & Shallcross, D. E., 16 Jan 2020, In : ACS Earth and Space Chemistry. 4, p. 24-34 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

  • Increase in global emissions of HFC-23 despite near-total expected reductions

    Stanley, K. M., Say, D., Mühle, J., Harth, C. M., Krummel, P. B., Young, D., O'Doherty, S. J., Salameh, P. K., Simmonds, P. G., Weiss, R. F., Prinn, R. G., Fraser, P. J. & Rigby, M., 21 Jan 2020, In : Nature Communications. 11, 397 (2020).

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    Atmospheric HCFC-22, HFC-125, and HFC-152a at Cape Point, South Africa

    Kuyper, B., Say, D., Labuschagne, C., Lesch, T., Joubert, W. R., Martin, D., Young, D., Khan, M. A. H., Rigby, M., Ganesan, A. L., Lunt, M. F., O'Dowd, C., Manning, A. J., O'Doherty, S., Davies-Coleman, M. T. & Shallcross, D. E., 6 Aug 2019, In : Environmental Science and Technology. 53, 15, p. 8967-8975 9 p.

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  • 1 Citation (Scopus)
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