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Researcher: Perron, MM (Miss Morgane Perron)

Fields of Research

Chemical oceanography
Atmospheric aerosols
Separation science
Physical oceanography

Research Objectives

Measurement and assessment of marine water quality and condition
Atmospheric composition (incl. greenhouse gas inventory)
Expanding knowledge in the earth sciences
Air quality
Effects of climate change on Antarctic and sub-Antarctic environments (excl. social impacts)
Understanding climate change
Antarctic and Southern Ocean oceanic processes

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Analysis of levoglucosan and its isomers in atmospheric samples by ion chromatography with electrospray lithium cationisation - triple quadrupole tandem mass spectrometry; Journal of Chromatography A
Assessment of leaching protocols to determine the solubility of trace metals in aerosols; Talanta
Atmospheric trace metal deposition from natural and anthropogenic sources in Western Australia; Atmosphere
Atmospheric trace metal deposition near the Great Barrier Reef, Australia; Atmosphere
Earth, wind, fire, and pollution: aerosol nutrient sources and impacts on ocean biogeochemistry; Annual Review of Marine Science
Evaluation of aerosol iron solubility over Australian coastal regions based on inverse modeling: implications of bushfires on bioaccessible iron concentrations in the Southern Hemisphere; Progress in Earth and Planetary Science
Lithogenic particle flux to the subantarctic Southern Ocean: a multi-tracer estimate using sediment trap samples; Global Biogeochemical Cycles
Origin, transport and deposition of aerosol iron to Australian coastal waters; Atmospheric Environment
Pyrogenic iron: the missing link to high iron solubility in aerosols; Science Advances
Reviews and syntheses: the GESAMP atmospheric iron deposition model intercomparison study; Biogeosciences
Southern Ocean phytoplankton stimulated by wildfire emissions and sustained by iron recycling; Geophysical Research Letters
Trace elements and nutrients in wildfire plumes to the southeast of Australia; Atmospheric Research
Widespread phytoplankton blooms triggered by 20192020 Australian wildfires; Nature

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision