Barry Huebert studied chemistry (B.A. Occidental 1967) and physical chemistry (Ph.D. Northwestern 1970) during the Vietnam War and the first Earth Day.
His preference for the latter got him into airborne research on HNO3 and aerosols, while long physical chemistry laboratory reports made him forever concerned about measurement errors and uncertainties (especially those as a result of aerosol inlets). His present work at the University of Hawaii, where he is professor of oceanography, centers on quantifying the factors that control gas exchange using dimethylsulfide eddy flux measurements under many conditions. He has a fondness for Lagrangian experiments, marine gas exchange, disturbing the status quo, and
The Environmental Law Program, William Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai`i, Manoa. Focus Hawai‘i: UH Climate Change Teach In. January 30, 2008. The event was held prior to the U.S. climate summit: the U.S.-initiated Major Economies Meeting at the East West Center on Jan. 30-31, 2008.
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