Environmental Health Scicnces School of Public Health University of California, Berkeley University of California, Berkeley
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EHS: assessing exposure and health impacts; protecting the community and workplace.
Catherine Koshland
Professor
Ph. D. Stanford University, 1985
Catherine Koshland    
Office:
751 University Hall
 
Mailing Address:
200 California Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720-1500

Teaching
PH 267A Engineering Control of Airborne Chemicals (Sp) [description]
 
ENE, RES 102 Quantitative Aspects of Global Environmental Problems (Sp) [description]
 

Research
Catherine Koshland research group
 
Ongoing research projects include:
  • Combustion Processes: Emission, Monitoring, and Intervention
Professor Koshland's research and teaching are at the intersection of air pollution, combustion, energy and public health. She works with graduate students in Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering as well as in Public Health and Energy and Resources. Her primary research has been focused on the analysis of pollutant formation in combustion processes including the study of fundamental chemical kinetic mechanisms for chlorinated hydrocarbons, droplet and spray combustion and the development of advanced diagnostic tools for non-intrusive monitoring of combustion species including CHCs and metals. In addition, she has worked with a number of students at the intersection of energy (combustion), air pollution and environmental (human) health examining exposure assessment, strategies for reducing NOx emissions from the electric power industry, and public participation in environmental decision making. Her most recent work is in the area of green manufacturing and industrial ecology, addressing the conception and assessment of improved technologies in energy and manufacturing that address environmental needs and the barriers to the implementation of new technologies or policies.
 

Publications