Our group research focuses on using atmospheric chemistry and integrated modeling to inform decision-making strategies on air pollution and climate change. 



Mercury (Hg) and persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are long-lived environmental pollutants that travel globally through the atmosphere, and pose risks to humans and the environment far from emission sources. Our work tries to better understand the fate and transport of these contaminants.


Toxic air pollutants, including Hg, POPs, ozone, and fine particulate matter, can be dangerous to human health. We develop tools to help decision-makers understand and project air pollution impacts, in the context of uncertainty.



Our analyses are designed to inform policies and decisions, with the goal of enhancing sustainability for future generations. We are interested in understanding and enhancing the role of science in sustainability decision-making.