William W Nazaroff

Doctor of Philosophy, Year Completed, Dissertation title
1. K Garbesi, 1993, Toward resolving the model-measurement discrepancy of radon entry into houses
2. T-F Lin, 1995, Transport and sorption of volatile organic compounds and water vapor in porous media
3. AC Drescher, 1995, Computed tomography and optical remote sensing: Development for the study of indoor air pollutant transport and dispersion
4. WJ Riley, 1996, Wind-induced contaminant transport in near-surface soils with application to radon entry into buildings
5. TL Thatcher, 1996, Particle dynamics in the indoor environment with an emphasis on particle deposition from natural convection flow
6. SL Miller, 1996, Characterization and control of exposures to indoor air pollutants generated by occupants
7. MD Van Loy, 1998, Dynamic behavior of semivolatile organic compounds in indoor air
8. GC Morrison, 1999, Ozone-surface interactions: Investigations of mechanisms, kinetics, mass transport, and implications for indoor air quality
9. D-L Liu, 2002, Air pollutant penetration through airflow leaks into buildings
10. MR Sippola, 2002, Particle deposition in ventilation ducts
11. NE Klepeis, 2004, Using computer simulation to explore multi-compartment effects and mitigation strategies for residential exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke
12. JD Marshall, 2005, Inhalation of motor vehicle emissions in urban environments
13. WR Chan, 2006, Assessing the effectiveness of shelter-in-place as an emergency response to large-scale outdoor chemical releases
14. GA Heath, 2006, Redistributing pollution: Exposure implications of a shift toward distributed electricity generation in California
15. P Sreedharan, 2007, Bayesian based design of real-time sensor systems for high-risk indoor contaminants
16. BK Coleman, 2009, Exposure-relevant ozone chemistry in occupied spaces
17. A Shehabi (coadvised with A Horvath), 2009, Energy demands and efficiency strategies in data center buildings
18. S Bhangar, 2010, Human exposure to dynamic air pollutants: Ozone in airplanes and ultrafine particles in homes
19. N Mullen, 2011, Characterizing ultrafine particle exposures in two types of indoor environments: San Francisco Bay area classrooms and Beijing high-rise apartments
20. JS Apte, 2013, Human exposure to urban vehicle emissions