NOAA funds air quality studies by Amy Sullivan, Ilana Pollack, Emily Fischer, Jeff Pierce
Amy Sullivan, Ilana Pollack, Associate Professor Emily Fischer and Professor Jeff Pierce will study urban emissions and air quality as part of $2.2 million in grants received by CSU researchers from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The Climate Program Office at NOAA has announced research funding that increases understanding of emissions – and chemical transformation of those emissions – in the urban atmosphere. Four of the 10 new projects have gone to Colorado State University researchers, totaling over $2.2 million to CSU.
The federal research program, called Atmospheric Chemistry, Carbon Cycle, and Climate, competitively selected projects that total $5.48 million in grants.
Read the full Source article, “Emissions, air quality and heat in urban areas: CSU researchers receive over $2.2 million.”