Affiliated Researchers: Fluxes

Affiliates are Penn Staters who have a connection to or an interest in the work of the Institutes of Energy and the Environment.

Displaying 12 search result(s) for Fluxes.

Natasha Miles


Associate Research Professor, Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
Top research keywords: Fluxes, Methane, Greenhouse Gas, Atmospheric Inversion, Boundary Layer

Scott Richardson


Research Professor, Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
Top research keywords: Fluxes, Methane, Atmospheric Inversion, Greenhouse Gas, Greenhouse Gases

Suat Irmak


Department Head and Professor, Agricultural & Biological Engineering
Top research keywords: Evapotranspiration, Maize, Irrigation, Crops, Corn

Andrew Carleton


Professor, Geography
Top research keywords: Southern Hemisphere, Climate, Sea Ice, Cold Air, Vortex

Jose D. Fuentes


Professor, Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
Top research keywords: Ozone, Isoprene, Canopy, Boundary Layer, Deciduous Forest

Tyler Groh


Assistant Research Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management
Top research keywords: Nitrates, Denitrification, Drainage, Nitrate, Buffer Solution

Richard Mistrick


Associate Professor of Architectural Engineering, Architectural Engineering
Top research keywords: Lighting, Illuminating, Electric Lighting, Photosensors, Illuminance

William Walters


Associate Professor, Ken and Mary Alice Lindquist Department of Nuclear Engineering
Top research keywords: Spent Fuels, Control Rods, Fission, Reactor Cores, Detectors

Andrew Zydney


Distinguished Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top research keywords: Membranes, Ultrafiltration, Proteins, Filtration, Fouling

Ali Borhan


Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top research keywords: Drop, Surface Active Agents, Fluids, Flow, Bubble

Costas Maranas


Donald B. Broughton Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top research keywords: Metabolic, Escherichia Coli, Genome, Fluxes, Genomics

William Brune


Distinguished Professor, Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
Top research keywords: Aerosol, Isoprene, Ozone, Oxidation, Aircraft