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Atmospheric Sciences Research Center
The major theme of my research involves the study of chemical and physical processes impacting the fate of anthropogenic and biogenic emissions and their effects on air quality, the climate system, and global cycles of atmospheric species. The atmospheric chemistry group specializes in measurements of atmospheric trace gases and aerosols; especially those involved in tropospheric ozone production and airborne particulate matter. Another major area of research is aimed at developing instrumentation for the measurement of chemical composition of the atmosphere, primarily the more reactive species.
1. Field Measurements of Trace Gas and Aerosol Pollutants
2. Urban, Near Roadway, and On Road Measurements of Pollutants
3. Instrument and Method Development and Evaluation for Continuous Measurement Systems
4. Measurement and Analysis of New Particle Formation
5. Laboratory Measurements of Aerosol Chemistry and Dynamics, and Evaluation of Instrumentation
6. Evaluation and Analysis of Measurement Data, including Long Term Trends of Trace Species, and Detailed Analysis of Intensive Field Projects