Our research group seeks to establish source to impact linkages for
various environmental pollutants and evaluate impacts in a
multidisciplinary context of policies, climate change, and socio-
economy. Some of the quantitative approaches that we use and/or
develop to address these objectives are shown below.

  • Atmospheric-
    chemistry-transport
    model
    for pollutant
    emissions, transport
    & fate

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  • Atmospheric
    Mercury Monitoring

    for policy evaluation

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  • Stable Isotope
    Analysis
    for pollutant
    source tracing &
    biogeochemical
    cycling

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  • Ecosystem model
    for pollutant fate &
    human exposure

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  • Environmental
    Benefits Mapping
    for
    health cost &
    socio-economic
    impacts

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