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So long, and thanks for all the fish

So long, and thanks for all the fish

This is my final post for Polluting the Internet on the EGU Blogs Network. I have very much appreciated the opportunity to contribute to the network and enjoyed the reception and opportunities that it created. Particular highlights were covering the EGU General Assembly and AGU Fall Meeting on the blog.

Unfortunately life and work have got in the way over the past year and I don’t anticipate that clearing up anytime soon. If and when I do return to the world of atmospheric science blogging, you will find me on my original blog, which was called Polluting the Internet funnily enough. You can also find me on Twitter.

Thanks for reading. See you on the other side.


Header image: That’s all Folks from Looney Tunes Wiki.

Will Morgan is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Atmospheric Science at the University of Manchester, UK. His research focusses on measurements of the chemical composition of aerosols and how this impacts air quality and climate. He is usually found at a computer in an office or on a research aircraft travelling a few hundred metres above the ground. Will also contributes to a podcast about atmospheric science called The Barometer. Tweets as @willmorgan.