Katharine A. Duderstadt is a Research Scientist in the Earth Systems Research Center at the University of New Hampshire. Her research focuses on chemical transport modeling, ranging from the troposphere to the upper atmosphere on both regional and global scales. Recent projects involve the effects of energetic particles from the Sun, radiation belts, and galaxy on the composition and chemistry of the upper atmosphere, including searching for signatures of past solar activity and solar events in polar ice cores. She is also involved in organizing the UNH Arctic Network and the New England Arctic Network (NEAN).

Research Scientist

Earth Systems Research Center
The University of New Hampshire 
Durham, NH 
 
 
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Education
Ph.D. Atmospheric and Space Sciences, The University of Michigan
A. B.  English and American Literature and Language, Harvard 
 
Interests
Tropospheric Ozone Photochemistry
Air Pollution Transport and Chemistry
Impacts of Energetic Particles on Stratospheric Ozone
Solar Influences on Climate
Interdisciplinary Arctic Research and Scholarship
 
Other Experiences
US Peace Corps Volunteer, Kazincbarcika, Hungary
Newton Teacher Residency
Physics Teacher, Newton North High School, MA