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Forrest Lacey is a postdoctoral fellow at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. His research focuses on the intersections between the atmosphere and the human dimension, with a specific interest in quantifying the climate and human health impact from ambient air pollution. Currrent research projects include: implementation of chemistry into the CESM spectral elements grid with regional refinement (CAM-chem SE RR), assisting in the merging of GEOS-Chem as a module within CESM, and intermodel comparisons of high-resolution model output including GCHP.