Listening to U.S. Lady Scientist – Dr. Gayle Hagler
  Topic : From -40 C to 40 C: Measuring Air Pollution Around the World  
  Date : 1st November, 2013  
  Organized by : Junior Achievement Hong Kong (JA) and
U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong & Macau

Participating Schools :

DMSC Siu Ming Catholic Secondary School
St Paul's Convent School
Pooi To Middle School
Dr. Gayle Hagler is an environmental engineer in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development. Dr. Hagler's research focuses on ambient air quality and source emissions, and she has conducted field studies at a number of cities in the United States, the Pearl River Delta Region of China, and the Greenland Ice Sheet. The presentation provides an introduction to air quality and climate and gives a glimpse into the exciting career of being an air scientist.
Showing us the air pollution problem in
the Pearl River Delta Region of China
Sharing her field research experience
Experiencing field research in Antarctica Presenting ideas after discussion
Glad to meet Dr. Gayle Hagler