Phone: (301) 614-5547
Research interests include the interactions between chemistry and climate, chemical transport modeling, air pollution trends, and interactions between the atmosphere and other components of the Earth system.
Dr. Sarah Strode received her Ph.D in Atmospheric Science from the University of Washington in 2008. Her thesis work focused on the air-sea exchange and global transport of mercury. She then worked on greenhouse gas inventories and human health risk assessments at the company O’Brien and Gere. Dr. Strode joined SAIC in 2009 and worked with the GEOS-5 Chemistry Climate Model at NASA GSFC. She joined USRA/GESTAR in 2011, and her research focuses on the interactions between atmospheric chemistry and climate, trends in atmospheric pollutants, and global transport of trace gases.