Eli Mlawer

Ph.D., Senior Scientist

AER Contributes to Landmark Study on Earth’s Greenhouse Effect

By Eli Mlawer
February 25, 2015

Scientists who research thermal radiation in the Earth’s atmosphere are confident that we have a very detailed and accurate understanding of the nature of the greenhouse effect of carbon dioxide (CO2), including the impact of rising CO2 levels. Recently I participated in a study that provided the first direct observation at the surface of the Earth’s increased greenhouse effect due to rising CO2 levels. This represents an important milestone in the detection of the increased greenhouse effect due to fossil fuel emissions.

33 AER scientists contribute 28 research studies at AGU Fall Meeting 2013

By Eli Mlawer
December 12, 2013

AER is proud that 10 of our scientists were the lead authors presenting their research on a wide range of topics at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) annual Fall meeting. In all, 33 AER scientists contributed to 28 research studies in 7 science categories ranging from greenhouse gases to land surface processes to space weather.

AER research 3rd most cited article in JGR history

By Eli Mlawer
January 10, 2013

One of the most important ways that scientists communicate the results of their research is through papers published in professional journals. One of the more influential journals in atmospheric science is the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres (JGR), published by the American Geophysical Union. Over its many decades of operation, JGR has published some of the most cited and authoritative research papers in the field and, consequently, has an extremely high ranking in the ISI Journal Citation Reports ©.

AER scientist gives invited talk at Royal Society meeting

By Eli Mlawer
June 17, 2011

Just returned from presenting at the Water in the Gas Phase meeting of the Royal Society. In discussion on Water Vapour Continuum in the Earth’s Atmosphere, my remarks focused on "Determination of water vapour continuum absorption coefficients from recent observations." The scientific meeting occurred 13 - 14 June 2011 at The Kavli Royal Society International Centre in Chicheley, England. To see the meeting program, please cut and paste this link into your browser: