Denise L. Mauzerall
- Environmental issues:
- air pollution
- climate change
- impacts of air pollution and climate change on public health and agriculture
Mauzerall’s research focuses on global air pollution from both the science and policy perspectives. Her interests include quantifying the impact that fossil fuel combustion and biomass burning have on global air quality, and determining how global change science can best contribute to the formation of international environmental policy. She has held positions in the Global Change Division of the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C., where she worked to implement the Montreal Protocol, the international treaty protecting the stratospheric ozone layer, and at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, where she has used three-dimensional global chemical tracer models to examine the transformation and long-distance transport of air pollutants. Ph.D. Harvard University.
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