Sean HarteryLecturer of Physics

Office: GE-3026
Phone: 706-721-8329
Email: SHARTERY@augusta.edu

Education

Ph.D., Physics, University of Canterbury
B.S., Physics, Dalhousie University

Teaching Areas

Intro to Physics I Lab
Physical Science

Research Interests

Atmospheric Physics

Research Experience

2020-Present Postdoctoral Fellow, Dalhousie University

2014-2016 Research Assistant, Dalhousie University

2014 Undergraduate Research Assistant, Dalhousie University

Teaching Experience

2015 Physics Teaching Assistant, Dalhousie University

Field Experience

2018 Marine Environment and Ecosystem Voyage Laboratory Technician (Ross Sea, Antartica)

2017 Campbell Plateau Voyage Laboratory Technician (Campbell Plateau, NZ)

2016 West Pennant Fog Study Laboratory Technician (Sambro, NS)

Awards & Scholarship

2020 UC Foundation Doctoral Publication Scholarship

2017 UC Doctoral Scholarship

2016 Deep South National Science Challenge PhD Scholarship

2015 ACENET Research Fellowship

2011 Victor Hertzman Prize

Publications

Kremser, S., Harvey, M., Kuma, P., Hartery, S., et al: “Southern Ocean Cloud and Aerosol data: a compilation of measurements from the 2018 Southern Ocean Ross Sea Marine Ecosystems and Environment voyage”, accepted to Earth System Science Data, 2021.

Hartery, S.: “Aerosol–Cloud Interactions over the Southern Ocean”, PhD Thesis, University of Canterbury, 2021.

Kuma, P., McDonald, A. J., Morgenstern, O., Alexander, S. P., Cassano, J. J., Garrett, S., Halla, J., Hartery, S., et al: “Evaluation of Southern Ocean cloud in the HadGEM3 general circulation model and MERRA‐2 reanalysis using ship‐based observations”, Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics, 20, 2020.

Hartery, S., et al: “Constraining the surface flux of sea spray particles from the Southern Ocean”, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 125, 2020.

Revell, L. E., Kremser, S., Hartery, S., et al: The sensitivity of Southern Ocean aerosols and cloud microphysics to sea spray and sulfate aerosol production in the HadGEM3‐GA7.1 chemistry–climate model, Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics, 19, 2019.

Hartery, S., et al: Estimating regional‐scale methane flux and budgets using CARVE aircraft measurements over Alaska, Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics, 18, 2018.

Xu, X., Riley, W. J., Koven, C. D., Billesbach, D. P., Chang, R. Y.‐W., Commane, R., Euskirchen, E. S., Hartery, S., et al: A multi‐scale comparison of modeled and observed seasonal methane emissions in northern wetlands, Biogeosciences, 13, 2016.

Conferences

2019 International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics.
“Constraining Parameterizations of Sea Spray Aerosol Flux from the Southern Ocean”

2018 Atmospheric Composition & Chemistry Observations & Modeling Conference
“Measurements of Sea Spray Aerosol in the Southern Ocean”

2016 Canadian Chemistry Conference & Exhibition
“Constraining the 2012–2014 Alaskan Methane Budget”