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Kevin Crist

Director and Professor of Chemical Engineering
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Center for Air Quality
Stocker Center 159A
Phone: 740.593.4751

Research Interests: Air Quality, Chemical Engineering, Pollution

All Degrees Earned: Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, University of Iowa, 1995

Conference Proceeding (4)

  • Kim, M., Crist, K., John, K., Kadakia, A. (2008). Modeling Study of Elemental Mercury Depletion during Plume Episodes in Ohio River Valley.. 19th IASTED International Conference:Modeling and Simulation; 620: 53-58.
  • Crist, K., Crawford, C., Khosah, R., John, K., Kim, M. (2005). Development of a Database and an Analytical Tool for the Management and Visualization of Air Pollutant Data. Chicago, IL: proceedings Environmental Data Analysis – Assessing Health and Environmental Impacts, Developing Policy and Achieving Regulatory Compliance.
  • Reddy, Y., Fahrni, J., Kim, M., Crist, K., Winter, S. (2005). Mercury Transport and Deposition in Ohio River Valley Region: Measurements at a Rural Super Site in Athens, Ohio. Minneapolis MN: proceedings AWMA Annual Conference & Exhibition.
  • Xie, H., Crist, K., Young, V. (2000). PM2.5 in Southeastern Ohio. Kalamazoo, MI: 23rd Annual Midwest Environmental Chemistry Workshop.

Journal Article, Professional Journal (1)

  • Crist, K., Carmichael, G., John, K. (1994). UV-B exposure and atmospheric ozone: evaluation of radiative flux to changes in ambient ozone levels. 3. Journal of Hazardous Materials; 37: 527-538.

Journal Article, Academic Journal (17)

  • Grant, S., Kim, M., Lin, P., Crist, K., Gosh, S., Kotamarthi, R. Mercury Deposition in the Great Lakes: Local sources, Global Background and China Emissions. Atmospheric Environment.
  • Grant, S., Crist, K. Predicted from Aerosol Optical Depth and Local Meteorological in two urban cities Ohio. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association.
  • Gosh, S., Lin, P., Kim, M., Crist, K., Grant, S. Simulation of Atmospheric Mercury with CMAQv4.7.1: Comparison with Observations. Atmospheric Environment.
  • Asrar, F., Wen, A., Newman, C., Bukley, A., Crist, K., Irwin, D. (2015). Remote Sensing and Fracking - Innovative Approaches to Monitor Environmental Pollutants. Nature.
  • Biswass, J., Crist, K., Ghosh, S. (2015). Assessment of Selective Reduction Strategies over Northeastern Regions of Ohio Using a Photochemical Grid Model—A Case Study. Atmospheric and Climate Sciences; 5: 106-119.
  • Grant, S., Kim, M., Lin, P., Crist, K., Ghosh, S., Kotamarthi, R. (2014). A simulation study of atmospheric mercury and its deposition in the Great Lakes. Atmospheric Environment; 94: 164-172.
  • Crist, K., Liu, B., Kim, M., Deshpande, S., John, K. (2008). Characterization of Fine Particulate Matter in Ohio: Indoor, Outdoor, and Personal Exposures. Environmental Research; 106: 62-71.
  • Drewniak, B., Kotamarthi, V., Streets, D., Kim, M., Crist, K. (2008). Estimates of mercury flux into the United States from non-local and global sources: Results from a 3-D CTM simulation . Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics Discussion ; 8: 19861-19890.
  • John, K., Karnae, S., Crist, K., Kim, M. (2007). Analysis of Trace Elements and Ions in Ambient fine Particulate Matter at Three Elementary Schools in Ohio. J. of AWMA; 57: 394-406.
  • KIm, M., Deshpande, S., Crist, K. (2007). Source Apportionment of Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) at a Rural Ohio River Valley Site. Atmospheric Environment; 41: 9231-9243.
  • Reddy, Y., Crist, K., Fahrni, J., Kim, M., Winter, S. (2006). Mercury, PM2.5 and Gaseous Co-Pollutants in theOhio River Valley Region: Preliminary Results From the Athens Supersite. Atmospheric Environment; 40: 6650-6665.
  • Connell, D., Winter, S., Conrad, V., Kim, M., Crist, K. (2006). The Steubenville Comprehensive Air Monitoring Program (SCAMP): Concentrations and Solubilities of PM2.5 Trace Elements and Their Implications for Source Apportionment and Health Research. J of AWMA; 56: 1750-1766.
  • Morrone, M., Crist, K. (2004). Geographic Differences in Parental Perception of Child Health. Journal of Children’s Health; 2: 77-86.
  • Tang, W., Raymond, T., Wittig, B., Davidson, C., Pandis, S., Robinson, A., Crist, K. (2004). Spatial variations of PM2.5 during the Pittsburgh Air Quality Study. S2. Aerosol Science and Technology; 38: 80-90.
  • Crist, K. (2004). Spatial Variations of PM2.5 during the Pittsburgh Air Quality Study. Aerosol Science & Technology. S2. Aerosol Science & Technology; 38: 77-86.
  • Anderson, R., Martello, D., White, C., Crist, K., John, K., Modey, W., Eatough, D. (2004). The Regional nature of PM2.5 Episodes in the Upper Ohio River Valley. J. of Air & Waste Management Association; 54: 972-984.
  • Crist, K., Anderson, R., Martello, D., White, C., John, K., Eatough, D. (2004). The Regional Nature of PM2.5 Episodes in the Upper Ohio River Valley. Journal of Air & Waste Management Association. 8. Journal of Air & Waste Management Association; 54: 971-984.