Dr. Isaac Vimont is a Research Scientist in GML’s Halocarbon and Trace Species (HATS) Division. Dr. Vimont is the lead scientist for the Perseus Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer Laboratory. Currently, his research is focused on the changing atmospheric burdens of the more potent ozone depleting compounds, and their replacements. Additionally, he is working to investigate tracer ratios in the atmosphere, or how pollutants relate to one another, to better understand the contributions of various sources.
Dr. Vimont continues to develop a new airborne sampling system based on the AirCore sampler, which can be flown on an unmanned platform. He also works to understand urban emissions and has contributed to the IG3IS committee on urban measurements.