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Emily Fischer – Professor

Emily Fischer

Phone: 970-491-8587
Office: ATS 203
Lab: ATS 206
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Teaching Interests

Research Interests

Dr. Fischer’s research uses both field-based and applied modeling approaches to investigate the sources of atmospheric trace gases to remote environments. An underlying goal of her work is to improve our understanding of the role of climate in determining the atmosphere’s self-cleansing capacity. Her current work explores the processes that redistribute anthropogenic reactive nitrogen to remote regions. Past research focused on the transpacific transport of Asian air pollutants.

Research Sponsors

Awards, Honors, and Positions