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Contact Info
Office: 3416-ATL
Advisor
Russell Dickerson
Hannah Daley
Graduate Student
Research Assistant
Education
B.S., Eastern Mennonite University

I am actively involved with collecting in-situ aircraft measurements of greenhouse gases and air quality pollutants in the Baltimore-Washington Area. My research focuses on the impact of California wildfire plumes on Maryland air quality and the effects that the COVID-19 lockdowns had on Baltimore-Washington Area air quality. My research interests include in-situ measurements, air quality monitoring, instrumentation, and biosphere-atmosphere interactions. I am currently a CASTNET/NADP site operator in Beltsville, MD.

 

Research Papers/Presentations/Posters:

  • AOSC Student Seminar: One Wild Flight: A physical and chemical analysis of an aged wildfire smoke plume    (3/2/21- Oral)
  • AMS 2021: Aircraft-Based Measurements of Black Carbon and Inferred Emissions over the Baltimore Washington Area Pre- and Post- COVID19 Lockdowns    (1/9/21- Poster)
  • AGU 2020: Aircraft-Based Measurements of Black Carbon and Inferred Emissions over the Baltimore Washington Area Pre- and Post- COVID19 Lockdowns    (12/8/21- Oral)     
  • Boyett, James C., Gabrielle E.W. Giersch, Christopher J. Womack, Michael J. Saunders, Christine A. Hughey, Hannah M. Daley, and Nicholas D. Luden 2016. "Time of Day and Training Status Both Impact the Efficacy of Caffeine for Short Duration Cycling Performance" Nutrients 8, no. 10: 639. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu8100639
  • Gabrielle E.W. Giersch, James C. Boyett, Trent A. Hargens, Nicholas D. Luden, Michael J. Saunders, Hannah Daley, Christine A. Hughey, Ahmed El-Sohemy, and Christopher J. Womack. 2018. “The Effect of the CYP1A2-163 C>A Polymorphism on Caffeine Metabolism and Subsequent Cycling Performance” Journal of Caffeine and Adenosine Research. 65-70. http://doi.org/10.1089/caff.2017.0028

 

Department Involvement:

  • 2021-present: MetoGrads (AOSC graduate student group) Co-President
  • 2019-2021:     MetoGrads Vice President
  • 2019-present: Admissions Committee Student Representative

Hobbies:

  • Snowboarding and longboarding
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding
  • Training and playing with my dog, Jane