Annmarie Carlton

Associate Professor, Chemistry
School of Physical Sciences

Ph.D., Rutgers University, 2006

Phone: (949) 824-5651

University of California, Irvine
380B Rowland Hall
Mail Code: 2025
Irvine, CA 92697
Research Interests
atmospheric chemistry, aerosol liquid water, cloud processing, secondary organic aerosol
Academic Distinctions
Rutgers University - Board of Trustees Research Fellowship for Scholarly Excellence, 2016
Committee Member, National Academy of Science, Future of Atmospheric Chemistry Research, 2015-2016
U.S.EPA –Science Advisory Board: Level II Science and Technology Achievement Award, 2012
Rutgers University: Distinguished Alumnus (early career), 2009
U.S.EPA National Honor Award (Gold Medal) for Air Quality Forecasting, 2009
Research Abstract
Anthropogenic emissions and their chemical transformation during atmospheric transport drive critical issues surrounding air quality and climate change. I conduct atmospheric modeling, organize and conduct field and laboratory studies to investigate these topics with the ultimate goal of informing policymakers so society can develop effective strategies that protect human health, ecosystems, agricultural economies and security. My favorite science involves formation of secondary organic aerosol through cloud processing and aerosol water chemistry.
Other Experience
Research Physical Scientist
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 2006—2008

Research Physical Scientist
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2008—2010

Assistant Professor (promoted with tenure)
Rutgers University 2010—2016

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