Tamryn Hamilton

I am a final-year PhD student with the Atmospheric Sciences Research group at the North-West University (NWU) in South Africa. My PhD research uses eddy-covariance techniques to measure the first-ever fluxes of SO2 and NO2 with specific focus on the dry deposition of these acidifying species in a semi-arid African savanna. I have a background in ecology and interest in terrestrial-atmosphere interactions, climate change and biogeochemistry.