Lunch With A Scientist: Dr. Ashley Pierce on atmospheric pollution
- July 28, 2020 -

Meet a member of the Headwaters family: Scientist Mentor Ashley Pierce is an environmental scientist with a background in atmospheric pollutants, specifically mercury, ozone, and particulate matter. She has a Master’s and Ph.D. in Environmental Science and is currently an AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow placed at the National Science Foundation where she works on programs that are cross-disciplinary with a focus on sustainability. In this talk, she shares her work studying mercury in the environment.

Thank you to the Silver Sage Center for Family Medicine in Reno, Nevada for sponsoring this episode.

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