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Post-Doctoral Fellows Ph.D. Master's

Completed Ph.D.

Candis S. Claiborn (Ph.D., Fall 1991)
"Atmospheric-Biospheric Interactions of Ambient Hydrogen Peroxide: Climatology at Mt. Mitchell, NC, and Transport into Needles of Red Spruce."
Professor, and Dean, Research
Washington State University, Pullman, Washington 99164.


Deug-Soo Kim (Ph.D., Summer 1993)
"Southern Oxidants Study: Southeast Oxidant and Nitrogen Intensive Analysis (SOS:SONIA)."
Professor
Kunsan National University, Kunsan 573-701, South Korea.


Mita Das (Ph.D., Fall 1996)
"Trends, Photochemistry, and Analysis of Volatile Organic Compounds in the Lower Troposphere of the Southeast United States."


Yongxian Li (Ph.D., Summer 1999)
"Transport and Deposition of Nitrogen Oxides and Ozone in the Atmospheric Surface Layer."
Scientist
National Centers for Environmental Prediction, Camp Springs, Maryland 20746.


Paul A. Roelle (Ph.D., Summer 2001)
"Oxidized and Reduced Biogenic Nitrogen Compound Emissions into the Rural Troposhere: Characterization and Modeling."
Major US Air Force and Chief Operational Climatology
Air Force Combat Climatology Center, Asheville, North Carolina 28801.


Daiwen Kang (Ph.D., Fall 2001)
"Measurement, Modeling, and Analysis of Nonmethane Hydrocarbons and Ozone in the Southeast United States National Parks.
UCAR Postdoctor
US EPA-NOAA, Researh Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711.


Bok-Haeng Baek (Ph.D., Spring, 2002)
"Measurement, Analysis, and Modeling of Gas-to-Particle Conversion between Ammonia, Acid Gases, and Fine Particles."
Assistant Research Scientist
Texas A&M University, Amerillo, Texas 79106.


Sharon B. Phillips (Ph. D. Summer 2003)
"Measurements, Modeling, and Analysis of Fluxes of Nitrogen Compounds."
Physical Scientist
US Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711.


Quansong Tong (Ph.D., Summer 2003)
"Measurement, Modeling and Analysis of Ozone and its Key Precursors in the Southeast united States National Parks."
Senior Scientist
Science and Technology Corporation, on assignment to US Environmental Protection Agency

Jessica Blunden (Ph. D., Summer 2006)
"Measurement, Analysis, and modeling of Hydrogen Sulfide emissions from a swine facility in North Carolina."
Scientific Editor, STG Inc., NOAA's National Climatic Data Center, Asheville, NC, 28801


Kanwardeep S. Bajwa (Ph. D., Summer 2006)
“Measurements and Modeling of Emissions, Dispersion and Dry Deposition of Ammonia from swine facilities.”

Ian C. Rumsey (Ph. D., Spring 2010)
“Characterizing Reduced Sulfur Compounds and Non-Methane Volatile Organic Compounds Emissions from a Swine Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation.”

Val Garcia (Ph. D., Fall 2010)
“Examination of Inter-relationships among Atmospheric Transport Patterns, Ozone Concentrations, and Human Health Endpoints in New York State.”

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