Jack Kodros

About Me

I am a senior PhD student with Dr. Jeffrey Pierce at Colorado State University's Atmospheric Chemistry program. I work on a variety of topics, but a consistent theme in my research is investigating the climate and health impacts of particulate matter from residential combustion sources (cookstoves, trash fires, wood heating) through a mix of global and regional modeling and field work. Through this main focus, I have engaged in a number of other projects working to understand the interaction of particulate matter (aerosols) with solar radiation, clouds, ice nuclei, lightning, precipitation, and sea-bird guano.

Research Interests

Climate and health impacts of particulate matter from combustion sources; Personal and ambient exposure sampling; Air pollution; Global and regional modeling