Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic & Space Sciences in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan

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Natalia Andronova
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Natalia G Andronova

Research Scientist
Undergraduate Advisor, Climate Impact Engineering

AOSS undergraduate advisor

Office: 1541 D SRB — 2143
Phone: (734) 763-5833
Fax: (734) 936-0503
Email: natand@umich.edu

Education

Ph.D., Atmospheric Science & Geophysics, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Moscow
M.S., Fluid Mechanics, Leningrad State University
B.S., Psychology, Leningrad School of Public Education
B.S., Mathematics, Leningrad State University

Research

Climate, climate change, climate dynamics, climate sensitivity, methane emissions, wetlands, atmospheric chemistry, radiation, system and feedback analysis

Specializations and Research Interests

  • Ecology (via analysis of wetlands and global methane cycle)
  • Global and regional climate change * Interactions between climate and chemical composition of the atmosphereSensitivity and feedbacks of the climate/chemistry system
  • Response of the climate/chemistry system to different radiative forcings of both of natural and anthropogenic origin

Courses:

AOSS 605-01: Engineering Climate Change

AOSS 605 Letter to President-Elect Obama

We, the Student Council on Climate Change at the University of Michigan, would like to share our research, ideas and suggestions on how to take action for a positive effect on the Earth's climate. Throughout the past four months we have had brilliant minds, experts in the field of climate change from throughout the United States with substantive experience in health, economics, engineering and science, come to the University of Michigan to share with us what they have found through their research and to give us their ideas on subjects ranging from the health risks of the changing climate to geo-engineering with its benefits and risks for a changing climate.

Download the PDF to read the entire 17-page letter.

Honors, Awards and Accomplishments

  • Member, UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), co-winner, Nobel Peace Prize, 2007
  • Awards for excellent work 1978–1991, Main Geophysical Observatory, Leningrad

Professional Service

  • Member, American Geophysical Union
  • Member, AAAS 
Updated: 2010-08-31