Ozone and Particulate Matter Modeling

Ground-level ozone and particulate matter form from complex interactions among numerous pollutants. Understanding those photochemical processes is crucial to developing cost-effective control strategies. Our work has examined how ozone and particulate matter respond to emissions from a variety of natural and manmade sources. We have also used satellite data and in situ observations to evaluate the performance of the model simulations.

Recent publications:

Sensitivity of ozone and particulate matter to emissions

Dr. Daniel Cohan
Associate Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Rice University
6100 Main Street MS 318
Houston, TX 77005

Phone: 713-348-5129
Office: Ryon 209
Email: cohan 'at' rice.edu