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Published on May 5, 2014
Dr. Hesham El-Askary is interested in understanding the interactive mechanisms among the various subsystems of earth and seeing how these subsystems shape the environment that we live in.
One major theme of his research is the impact of aerosols injected into the atmosphere either by dust storms, anthropogenic pollution, local emissions, or biomass burning. During his lectures, he aims to help students understand the physical processes of natural and anthropogenic origin.
This profile was produced in association with the Office of Undergraduate Research which supports Chapman's goal of providing personalized education by promoting and facilitating student-faculty collaborative research, scholarship and creative activities.