Denise Mauzerall

William S. Tod Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Public and International Affairs


Office: Robertson Hall, 445

Phone: 609-258-2498

Research interests: Using science to inform far-sighted air quality policy that considers impacts of air pollution on health, agriculture and climate change. Investigations include: Climatic benefit of black carbon (soot) mitigation; global crop yield reductions due to ozone exposure; inter-continental transport of fine aerosols; impact of emissions of aerosols from China on global air quality, mortality and radiative forcing.


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    Denise Mauzerall named AGU Fellow

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    Princeton energy and climate experts weigh in on the impact of the Inflation Reduction Act

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    Senior thesis: Naomi Cohen-Shields explores who benefits as China cleans its air

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    Controlling methane is a fast and critical way to slow global warming, say Princeton experts

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    Offshore oil and gas rigs leak more greenhouse gas than expected

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    China’s energy policy requires a strategic approach to balance goals


  • Energy and Environment

  • Public Policy


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    Civil and Environmental Engineering

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    Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

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    High Meadows Environmental Institute

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    Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment