Collaborations

We have the privilege to work with many wonderful collaborators. Click on their names to learn more about each of them:

Craig Butt

Duke University

Fate and transport of flame retardants in particles and related health and environmental impacts.

Amila De Silva

Environment and Climate Change Canada

Fate and transport of perfluorinated compounds through analysis of size-resolved aerosol particles, precipitation, and atmospheric concentrations.

Jamie Donaldson

University of Toronto

Computational calculations determining the relationship between molecular properties to contaminant fate using single and multi-variable Linear Free Energy Relationshops (LFERs) and empirical data

Chris Rowley

Memorial University

Computational calculations relating the molecular properties and environmental fate of organobromine compounds.

Trevor VandenBoer

Memorial University

Field sampling of aerosols, instrument development, and sample collection from Newfoundland and Labrador Boreal Ecosystem Latitudinal Transect (NL-BELT).

Rebecca Washenfelder

NOAA

Molecular characterization of aerosol brown carbon.