|Rob Jackson||Michelle and Kevin Douglas Provostial Professor and Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment and at the Precourt Institute for Energy||
The Jackson lab examines the different ways that people affect the Earth. We seek to produce the building blocks of basic scientific knowledge and to use that knowledge to guide policy solutions for global warming, energy extraction, and other environmental issues.
Y2E2 Building, 379B
|Mark Jacobson||Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Senior Fellow at the Precourt Institute for Energy, and at the Woods Institute for the Environment||
The main goal of Jacobson's research is to understand physical, chemical, and dynamical processes in the atmosphere better in order to solve atmospheric problems, such as global warming and urban air pollution, with improved scientific insight and more accurate predictive tools. He also evaluates the atmospheric and health effects of proposed energy- and transportation solutions to global warming and air pollution, maps renewable energy resources, and studies optimal methods of integrating renewable electricity into the grid.
Yang & Yamazaki Environment & Energy Building
|Meha Jain||Postdoctoral Research fellow, Earth System Sciencefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Derik Enrique Jardine||University Student Department of Energy Resources Engineering Undergraduate||
208 409 5724
|Tessaly Tian Jen||University Staff Graduate School of Education Casual - Non-Exempt|
|Adam Jew||Postdoctoral Research fellow, Geological Sciencesemail@example.com|
|Peter Kristian Jewett||University Staff Environmental Earth System Science Science and Engineering Associatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Renfeng Jiang||Masters Student in Energy Resources Engineering||
Currently, my research focuses on the enhanced oil recovery using nano-particles and multiphase flow in porous media.
|Rui (Forest) Jiang||Ph.D. Student in Energy Resources Engineering||
My PhD research is about the analysis and application of TPWL (trajectory piecewise linearization) method in reservoir simulation. TPWL is one type of ROM (Reduced-Order Modeling) methods. My interest is about how to better control the TPWL method (how far the perturbation TPWL can handle), using mathematical perspective and computational experiments.
|Larry Zhaoyang Jin||Ph.D. Student in Energy Resources Engineering||Reduce Order Modeling and It's Application in Carbon Sequestration and CO2-EORemail@example.com|
|Lei Jin||Ph.D. Student in Geophysicsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Claresta Joe-Wong||Ph.D. Student in Geological and Environmental Sciencesemail@example.com|
|Kathryn Johnson||Postdoctoral Research fellow, Geological Sciencesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Samuel Johnstone||Ph.D. Student in Geological and Environmental Sciences||Investigating links between soil production and landscape email@example.com|
|Camille Jones||University Student Department of Environmental Earth System Science Graduatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Liz Jones||Joint MS-JD email@example.com|
|James Holland Jones||Associate Professor of Anthropology and Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment||
I am a biological anthropologist with research interests in human ecology, demography and life history theory, and the ecology and evolutionary biology of infectious disease.
Department of Anthropology
|Morris Jones||Postdoctoral Research fellow, Earth System Sciencefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Robert E. Jones||University Staff Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences - Geological and Environmental Sciences Science & Engineering Assocemail@example.com|
|Adam Jost||Ph.D. Student in Geological and Environmental Sciencesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Andre Journel||The Donald and Donald M. Steel Professor of Earth Sciences, Emeritus||
Non-parametric, non-Gaussian Geostatistics, Stochastic Simulation, Training image-based simulation
GREEN EARTH SCI 339
|Hannah Louise Joy-Warren||University Student Department of Environmental Earth System Science Graduate|
|Ji-Eun Jung||Ph.D. Student in Energy Resources Engineering||
* DFT calculations of trace metal uptake on mineral oxide nanoparticles emitted from coal combustion processes