Dr Rosie Chance
Phone: 01904 324758
Supervisors: Professor Lucy Carpenter
My research is focused on biogeochemical processes occurring in the surface ocean and lower atmosphere. Within this area, I currently have two main areas of interest: the marine iodine cycle, particularly the speciation of iodine compounds in seawater, and the chemical composition of marine atmospheric aerosol, including both trace metals and organic molecules. I use a range of different analytical chemistry techniques and have conducted fieldwork in the Arctic, the Antarctic and several places in between.
- The distribution of iodide at the sea surface. R Chance, A R Baker, L Carpenter and T D Jickells, Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts, 2014, 16, 1841-1859, DOI: 10.1039/c4em00139g.
- Seasonal and interannual variation of dissolved iodine speciation at a coastal Antarctic site. R Chance, K Weston, A R Baker, C Hughes, G Malin, L Carpenter, M P Meredith, A Clarke, T D Jickells, P Mann and H Rossetti, Marine Chemistry, 2010, 118, 171-181, DOI: 10.1016/j.marchem.2009.11.009.
- A comparison of spectrophotometric and denuder based approaches for the determination of gaseous molecular iodine. R Chance, M Shaw, L Telgmann, M Baxter and L J Carpenter, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 2010, 3, 177-185, DOI: 10.5194/amt-3-177-2010.