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Inside Moravian
December 12, 2019
At the annual meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol held in Rome, Italy, from November 4-8, delegates from 197 nations received a report documenting the science behind the hole in the ozone layer and the progress in repairing it as a result of the Montreal Protocol. That report—Twenty Questions and Answers About the Ozone Layer: 2018 Update—was coauthored by Laura McBride ’16, working with her graduate program advisor, Ross Salawitch, at the University of Maryland-College Park and scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the University of Reading in England, and the University of Colorado. McBride, who majored in chemistry and environmental science while at Moravian, will earn her PhD in chemistry in spring of 2020. Inside Moravian reached out to McBride to learn more about her work on the report, her graduate school experience, and her future plans.
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UNDER: Laura McBride