Air Surface Exchange and Atmospheric Chemistry

The Air-Surface Exchange and Atmospheric Chemistry group combines expert capabilities in monitoring and modeling to estimate the emissions, deposition, and fate of natural and anthropogenically derived chemicals. Our unique skills include:

  • Measurement of precipitation chemistry from routine networks, as well as research perspectives.
  • Application of fast response trace gas measurements.
  • Process Studies to understand the cycling of atmospherically derived nutrients, with a particular focus on coastal regions.
Researcher Primary Research Interest Other Interests
Richard Artz Fate and transport of major ions, heavy metals, and other chemicals Coastal eutrophication; national and global trends in chemical deposition; intersection of energy production and pollutant deposition
Winston Luke Transport and fate of mercury compounds Transport, transformation, and fate of photochemically active trace gases; air- surface exchange of nitrogen compounds and air toxics; instrumentation and technique development and testing