5130 Jordan Hall
I am a Ph.D. student in Air Quality Research Group, under supervision of Dr. Viney Aneja. My educational background is in chemistry and climatology, and I have some experience working with GIS on global hydrology cycle from satellite- and observation-derived information. My current research is looking into the biogeochemical cycle of reactive nitrogen species (i.e., NOx, N2O, and NH3) from the turfgrass system. I am also involved in developing empirical models for estimating global reactive nitrogen emissions from agricultural sources.
My research interests include atmospheric chemistry, soil physics and chemistry, and micrometeorology.
B.S., Chemistry, Universitas Lambung Mangkurat (2007)
M.S., Climatology, Australian National University (2014)