Sensitivity of ozone and particulate matter to emissions

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.

Daniel Cohan

Sensitivity of ozone and particulate matter to emissions

Dr. Daniel Cohan
Associate Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Rice University
6100 Main Street MS 519
Houston, TX 77005

Phone: 713-348-5129
Office: Keck Hall 116B
Email: cohan 'at' rice.edu