Corey Gabriel received support to attend the December 2016 American Geophysical Union Conference in San Francisco, California where he presented his recent paper, "The G4Foam Experiment: Global Climate Impacts of Regional Ocean Albedo Modification," at http://www.atmos-chem-phys-discuss.net/acp-2016-849/#discussion which has been accepted for final publication in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. "I would like to express my gratitude for the contributions both from the staff and of the donors of Rutgers Climate Institute.
Their generosity made it in part possible for me to attend the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting and present a talk on my NSF-funded research. Not only was it a privilege to present my work at such a high-impact conference, but the opportunity to meet many new people in my field and to see the presentation of important new work was essential to my development as a young scientist. Attending conferences throughout my time at Rutgers has been incredibly valuable and organizations that make it easier for students to attend conferences like AGU are making huge contributions to many young careers," stated Corey.