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Joseph T. Hodges

Dr. Hodges' research involves the development and application of sensitive and accurate laser-based absorption spectroscopy techniques to measure atmospheric gases and aerosol species. This work has numerous applications, including new gas standards for trace species, reference-quality measurements of greenhouse gases and pollutants in the atmosphere, spectroscopic data used in models of radiative transfer, and the identification of carbon sources based on isotopic composition.

Professional Awards & Recognition:

  • Eastern Analytical Symposium Award for Outstanding Achievements in Near Infrared Spectroscopy (Individual), 2012
  • Best reviewer for the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, Category Spectroscopy, 2009 & 2012
  • NIST Chemical Science and Technology Technical Achievement Award (Group Award), 2009
  • Department of Commerce Silver Medal (Individual), 2007
  • Department of Commerce Bronze Medal (Group Award), 1999

Patents:

  • "Fast switching arbitrary frequency light source for broadband spectroscopic applications," D.F. Plusquellic, S. Maxwell, K. Douglass, D.A. Long, G.-W. Truong and J.T. Hodges
    US Patent 20130228688

Membership and Professional Activities:

  • Gas Analysis Working Group of the CCQM, 2014-present
  • HITRAN committee, 2013-present
  • NASA/JPL OCO-2 Science Team, 2011-present
  • IUPAC committee: "A Database of Water Transitions from Experiment and Theory," 2004-2014
  • Climate Change Science Program, Atmospheric Composition Interagency Working Group, 2007-2008

Publications

CCQM K121 – Monoterpenes in Nitrogen at 2.5 nmol mol-1 Final Report

Author(s)
Christina E. Cecelski, George C. Rhoderick, Joseph T. Hodges, Antonio M. Possolo, Cassie A. Goodman, Yong D. Kim, Dal H. Kim, Sangil Lee, Nicholas Allen, Marivon Corbel, David Worton, Richard Brown, Paul Brewer
The growing awareness of climate change, and continuing concerns regarding tropospheric and stratospheric chemistry, will require future measurements and
Created October 9, 2019