Monica A. Mazurek is an Associate Professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Rutgers University. Before joining Rutgers University, she was a Research Chemist at Brookhaven National Laboratory in the Division of Environmental Chemistry and served as an Associate Program Director for the Atmospheric Chemistry Program at the National Science Foundation.
Her research background includes air quality engineering; alternative fuels and transportation; interactions of carbonaceous aerosols and the global hydrologic cycle; radiative effects of black carbon deposition; and ultratrace analytical methods for organic compounds in air and water. She has co-authored 47 peer reviewed publications in international atmospheric chemistry and environmental science and engineering journals. Mazurek received the 2001 and 2007Haagen-Smit Awards for papers she co-authored on molecular composition, modeling, and source attribution of atmospheric fine particles. Learn more about Dr. Mazurek here.
Climate Change and Agriculture in the Garden State
Fisheries, Aquaculture and Climate Change: A New Jersey Perspective
Rutgers University Plant Breeders Address Climate Change
Developing Climate-Change Resilience in Conservation Plants
Living Shorelines and Sea Level Rise on New Jersey’s Delaware Bayshore
Climate Change and Public Health Implications for New Jersey
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