Posts Tagged ‘Global Warming

29
Sep
07

Tim Brennan, Professor of Public Policy

Tim Brennan
Professor of Public Policy
Phone: 410-455-3229
Email: brennan@umbc.edu
http://www.umbc.edu/posi/Bios/TimBrennan.html
Brennan is an internationally known expert on electricity markets and
regulation. He has written numerous articles and co-authored two books on
electricity and energy policy. His recent research has focused on energy
efficiency, and presently serves on the Maryland Energy Outlook Advisory
Committee. He served on the White House staff as senior economist for
industrial organization and regulation with the Council of Economic Advisers.

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23
Sep
07

Virginia McConnell, Professor of Economics

Virginia McConnell
Professor of Economics

Phone: 410-455-2068
Email: mcconnel@umbc.edu
An environmental economist who focuses on transportation issues, McConnell is an authority on
the impact of policies to reduce air pollution through vehicle emissions regulations, inspection and
maintenance programs, fuel regulations, emission taxes and land use changes.

23
Sep
07

Ray Hoff, Professor of Physics

Ray Hoff
Professor of Physics
Director, Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology (JCET)
Director, Goddard Earth Science and Technology Center (GEST)
Phone: 410-455-1610
Email: hoff@umbc.edu
physics.umbc.edu/~hoff
http://alg.umbc.edu/usaq/
Hoff directs two NASA Goddard collaborative research centers at UMBC and has advised NASA on space shuttle experiments. He has over 30 years of experience in research on atmospheric pollution and its impact on climate. Hoff’s research group publishes the “Smog Blog,” a daily online analysis of U.S. air quality.

23
Sep
07

Erle Ellis, Associate Professor of Geography & Environmental Systems

Erle Ellis
Associate Professor of Geography & Environmental Systems
Phone: 410-455-3078
Email: ece@umbc.edu
http://www.ecotope.org/people/ellis
http://www.umbc.edu/ges/people/ellis

Ellis is an expert on the ecology of human-managed landscapes and their changes at local, regional and global scales. He has been investigating long-term environmental changes in rural China since 1992 and in urban and suburban Baltimore since 2000. His recent work characterizes global patterns of human-altered ecosystems (anthropogenic biomes).

23
Sep
07

Erle Ellis, Associate Professor of Geography & Environmental Systems

Erle Ellis
Associate Professor of Geography & Environmental Systems
Phone: 410-455-3078
Email: ece@umbc.edu
http://www.ecotope.org/people/ellis
http://www.umbc.edu/ges/people/ellis

Ellis is an expert on the ecology of human-managed landscapes and their changes at local, regional and global scales. He has been investigating long-term environmental changes in rural China since 1992 and in urban and suburban Baltimore since 2000. His recent work characterizes global patterns of human-altered ecosystems (anthropogenic biomes).




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