Lei Hu

Lei Hu

Senior Scientist at Pfizer Inc

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Location:
235 E 42ND ST, New York City, New York, United States
Company:
Pfizer Inc
HQ Phone:
(212) 733-2323
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last updated 5/16/2017

General Information

Experience

Senior Programmer Analyst  - Citi

Management Trainee  - Essence Securities Co., Ltd

Software Engineer  - Research In Motion Limited

Software Engineer  - BlackBerry Limited

Research Assistant, PhD Student  - University of Kansas

Affiliations

Research Scientist I  - Colorado University

Senior Research Biologist  - Merial Limited

National Research Council Post-doctoral Fellow  - National Oceanic and Atmospheric

Teaching Assistant  - University of Calgary

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"We were surprised by the size of the decline, especially compared with other greenhouse gases," said Lei Hu, a researcher with the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) working at NOAA and lead author of the new study.
Hu added that the benefits of the Montreal Protocol on GHG emissions would likely grow in the future. By 2025, she projects that the effect of the Montreal Protocol will be to reduce U.S. GHG emissions by the equivalent of 500 million tons of carbon dioxide per year compared with 2005 levels.

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"We were surprised by the size of the decline, especially compared with other greenhouse gases," said Lei Hu, a researcher with the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) working at NOAA and lead author of the new study.
NOAA's atmospheric measurements show a steady decline of two major ozone-depleting substances controlled by the Montreal Protocol in recent years. NOAA's atmospheric measurements show a steady decline of two major ozone-depleting substances controlled by the Montreal Protocol in recent years. Credit: NOAA Hu added that the benefits of the Montreal Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions would likely grow in the future. By 2025, she projects that the effect of the Montreal Protocol will be to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by the equivalent of 500 million tons of carbon dioxide per year compared with 2005 levels.

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"We were surprised by the size of the decline, especially compared with other greenhouse gases," said Lei Hu, a researcher with the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) working at NOAA and lead author of the new study.
Hu added that the benefits of the Montreal Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions would likely grow in the future. By 2025, she projects that the effect of the Montreal Protocol will be to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by the equivalent of 500 million tons of carbon dioxide per year compared with 2005 levels. Authors: Lei Hu, Colm Sweeney, Debra J. Mondeel, David Nance: Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado-Boulder and NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory, Global Monitoring Division, Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.;

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