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Appendix A Biographical Infonnation on the Committee on Carbon Monoxide Episodes in Meteorological and Topographical Problem Areas Armistead G. Russell (Chair) is the Georgia Power Distinguished Profes- sor of Environmental Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research areas include air pollution control, aerosol dynamics, atmo- spheric chemistry, emissions control, air pollution control strategy design and computer modeling. Dr. Russell has served on a number of NRC com- mittees and was chair of the Committee to Review EPA's Mobile Source Emissions Factor (MOBILE) Model. He received a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the California Institute of Technology. Roger Atkinson is a research chemist and Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry at the University of California at Riverside. His research areas include the kinetics and mechanisms of atmospherically important reactions of organic compounds in the gas phase. Dr. Atkinson serves on the California Air Resources Board's Reactivity Scientific Advi- sory Committee and the California Air Resources Board's Scientific Re- view Pane! on Air Toxics, and has served on NRC committees including the Committee on Tropospheric Ozone Formation and Measurement and the Committee on Ozone-Forming Potential of Reformulated Gasoline. He received a Ph.D in physical chemistry from the University of Cambridge. Sue Ann Bowling is a retired professor from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Her research interests included air pollution meteorology, polar 189

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190 Appendix A meteorology, radiative transfer, paTeocTimatology, and climatic change. Dr. Bowling received a Ph.D. from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Steven D. Colome is deputy director of the Southern California Particle Center and Supersite and an adjunct professor in environmental health at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Public Health. His research interests include human exposure assessment, environmental epidemiology, indoor air quality, regional exposure modeling, and health effects assessment. Dr. Colome previously served on the NRC Committee on Toxicological and Performance Aspects of Oxygenated Motor Vehicle Fuels. He was a reviewer of the EPA document Air Quality Criteria for Carbon Monoxide. He received a Sc.D. in environmental health sciences from Harvard University, School of Public Health. Naihua Duan is professor in residence in the Nepal lment of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences and the Department of Biostatistics at the Univer- sity of California, Los Angeles. Previously he was a corporate chair and Senior RAND Fellow in statistics at RAND. His research interests include nonparametric and semiparametric regression methods, sample design, hierarchical models, and environmental exposure assessment, including exposure to carbon monoxide. He served as a member of the NRC Com- mittee on Advances in Assessing Human Exposure to Airborne Pollutants. Dr. Duan received a Ph.D. in statistics from Stanford University. Gerald Gallagher is president of ~ Gallagher and Associates. Previously, he served as manager ofthe Mobile Sources Program for the Air Pollution Control Division of the Colorado Nepal lment of Public Health and Envi- ronment. His responsibilities included the development and implementa- tion of air quality management plans for controlling carbon monoxide. He was also responsible for the operation of a metro-wide inspection and main- tenance program, consisting of approximately 1.8 million inspections per year for gasoline- and diesel-fueled vehicles. Dr. Gallagher is a member of the NRC Committee on Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Programs. He received a Ph.D. in intergovernmental relations/environ- mental management from the University of Colorado. Randall L. Guensler is an associate professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. His re- search interests include the relationships between land use, infrastructure,

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Appendix A 191 travel behavior, and vehicle emission rates; transportation and air quality planning and modeling theory and practice; and emission control strategy effectiveness. Dr. Guensler is the former chairman of the Transportation Research Board's Committee on Transportation and Air Quality. He re- ceived a Ph.D. in civil and environmental engineering from the University of California, Davis. Susan L. Handy is an associate professor in the Department of Environ- mental Science and Policy at the University of California at Davis. Her research interests focus on the relationship between transportation systems and land use patterns, and the effects of telecommunications technologies on patterns of development and travel behavior. Dr. Handy is currently chair ofthe Transportation Research Board Committee on Telecommunica- tions and Travel Behavior, and also serves on the Committee on Transpor- tation and Land Development. She received a Ph.D. in city and regional planning from the University of California, Berkeley. Simone Hochgreb is professor of experimental combustion at the Univer- sity of Cambridge in England. Her research focuses on fundamental and applied problems in combustion and chemical kinetics, with particular focus on applications to transportation, internal-combustion engines, and pollutant emission formation. Dr. Hochgreb served as a member of the NRC Committee on Toxicological and Performance Aspects of Oxygenated Motor Vehicle Fuels as well as on the NRC Review Panel for the Partner- ship for a New Generation of Vehicles. She received a Ph.D. in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Princeton University. Sandra N. Mohr is a consultant. Dr. Mohr's research interests focus on the health effects of air pollutants. She has been a lead researcher in the health effects of methyl tertiary-busy! ether (MTBE), a gasoline additive, and has served on the NRC's Committee on Toxicology and Performance Aspects of Oxygenated Motor Vehicle Fuels. She received an M.D. from the University of Kansas School of Medicine and the M.P.H. degree from Yale University. Roger A. Pielke Sr. is a professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sci- ence at Colorado State University. He is also State Climatologist for Colo- rado. His research areas include the study of global, regional, and local weather and climate phenomena through the use of sophisticated mathemat-

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192 Appendix A ical simulation models, air pollution meteorology, and mesoscaTe meteorol- ogy. Dr. Pielke Sr. received a Ph.D. in meteorology from Pennsylvania State University. Karl ]. Springer is retired Vice President for Automotive Products and Emissions Research at Southwest Research Institute. His research interests have focused on the measurement and control of air pollution emissions from on-road and off-road vehicles and equipment powered by internal combustion engines. Mr. Springer is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He received a BSME from Texas A & M and an M.S. in physics from Trinity University. Roger Wayson is a professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Central Florida where he conducts research in the microscale modeling of carbon monoxide ambient concentrations that result from mobile sources and airport operations. Dr. Wayson obtained his B.S. and M.S. in environmental engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and his Ph.D. in civil engineering from Vanderbilt University.