The Air Resources group studies how air pollutants are created, designs measurement techniques, devises control technologies, models the fate of the pollutants, evaluates health effects, and characterizes composition of past, present, and future atmospheres.
Our research quantifies impacts from air pollution, advances understanding of pollutant transformation in the air, and develops techniques to prevent pollution or exposure. This work can have immediate impacts by reducing exposure now, and can improve the scientific basis of future decisions on air quality and sustainability. We engage students in cutting-edge research and prepare them to transform the air of the future.
Education for Leadership Roles
Research Focus Areas
410 Black Hall
312 Black Hall
Environmental Health and Safety, Building 179
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