Jocelyn Turnbull

Staff Listing

Jocelyn Turnbull

Research Scientist

Carbon Cycle

Mailing Address:
NOAA Global Monitoring Laboratory
325 Broadway R/GML
Boulder CO 80305-3328


Jocelyn Turnbull

Jocelyn Turnbull is a research scientist, focussed on the source and fate of greenhouse gas emissions. Much of her research involves the use of radiocarbon in CO2 as a tracer for fossil fuel CO2 emissions and ocean carbon uptake. She is particularly interested in urban greenhouse gas observations and monitoring. Jocelyn has a joint position at NOAA/CIRES, and also holds a position at GNS Science, a New Zealand government funded research institute. She is a member of the WMO Greenhouse Gas Scientific Advisory Group, and co-chair of the WMO Integrated Global Greenhouse Gas Information Systems (IG3IS) initiative, which connects atmospheric greenhouse gas research with policy outcomes.


PhD Geological Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2006.
BSc (Hons) Chemistry, Massey University, New Zealand, 1993.
BSc Chemistry/Mathamatics, Massey University, New Zealand, 1992.