This project measures NO2 and particulate matter (PM 2.5) concentrations in Riverside, California. There is special focus on the spatial and temporal variability of the pollutants in relation to major urban roadways.
This policy brief summarizes findings from a research project which examined how natural gas infrastructure can be economically and technologically synergistic for natural gas and renewable natural gas in the near term.
This white paper examines the co-benefits of reducing vehicles miles of travel. Examples include reductions in air pollutant emissions, water pollution, wildlife mortality, and traffic congestion, as well as improvements in safety and health, and savings in public and private costs.
In this study, both stationary and comprehensive mobile monitoring platforms were developed to measure PM concentration and traffic conditions on some major highways in Southern California. The main objective is to develop a set of alternative metrics that measure particle concentrations as well as particle size.
This research combines three separate dimensions of modeling the world oil market, dynamic optimization, game theory, and econometrics, to analyze the world petroleum industry, energy subsidies, and air pollution.
This project examined the effects of road configurations and urban vegetation on the air quality impact of vehicle-related emissions and used this understanding to suggest methods to mitigate the impact of these emissions on urban air quality.