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Kelley Barsanti
Kelley Barsanti

Research Assistant Professor

 

Dr. Barsanti's research pursuits are in modeling atmospheric organic aerosols, which are key contributors to air pollution and climate change. More specifically, she is interested in using knowledge gained from process-level models and laboratory experiments to better represent organic aerosol formation and loss in models of regional and global air quality and climate. Dr. Barsanti came to Portland State University following three years at the National Center for Atmospheric Research where she was an Advanced Study Program Postdoctoral Fellow.  In addition to pursuing independent research and teaching, she is an active member of the newly formed Center for Climate and Aerosol Research at Portland State University, a multidisciplinary engine for research and teaching on aerosols and climate.

Office Location: EB 301D
Office Hour: by appointment
Phone: 503-725-2872
Email: barsanti@cecs.pdx.edu