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PAOC Graduate Student, Daniela Domeisen, talks about her work

Domeisen is a 4th year grad. student. Her research seeks to understand "sudden stratospheric warming" in which the wintertime stratospheric temperature over the poles is observed to suddenly rise by several tens of degrees in a matter of a few days. Her advisor if Prof. Alan Plumb.

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