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Dr. Shaibal Mukerjee

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA

 

Email: mukerjee.shaibal@epa.gov

 

Qualifications

1991 Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, Environmental Science

1988 M.Sc., University of Cincinnati, Environmental Science

1986 B.Sc., Xavier University, Natural Sciences

 

Publications (Selected)

  1. Smith L., MUKERJEE S., Kovalcik K., Sams E., Stallings C., Hudgens E., Scott J., Krantz T., Neas L. Comparison of modeled traffic exposure zones and land use regression for nitrogen dioxide near roadways. Atmospheric Pollution Research 2015 in press.
  2. Ward-Caviness C., Kraus W.E, Blach C., Haynes C., Dowdy E., Miranda M.L., Devlin R., Diaz-Sanchez D., Cascio W.E., MUKERJEE S., Stallings C., Smith L.A., Gregory S.G., Shah S.H., Hauser E.R., Neas L. Association of roadway proximity with fasting plasma glucose and metabolic risk factors for cardiovascular disease in a cross-sectional study of cardiac catheterization patients. Environmental Health Perspectives 2015.
  3. MUKERJEE S., Smith L., Brantley H., Stallings C., Neas L., Kimbrough S., Williams R. Comparison of on-road air pollution from traffic exposure zones using real-time mobile monitoring. Atmospheric Pollution Research 2015; 6:82-87.
  4. Brantley H.L., Hagler G.S.W., Kimbrough E.S., Williams R.W., MUKERJEE S., Neas L.M. Mobile air monitoring data-processing strategies and effects on spatial air pollution trends. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 2014; 7:2169-2183.
  5. Sather M.E., MUKERJEE S., Allen K.L., Smith L., Mathew J., Jackson C., Callison R., Scrapper L., Hathcoat A., Adam J., Keese D., Ketcher P., Brunnete R., Karlstrom J., Van der Jagt G. Gaseous oxidized mercury dry deposition measurements in the Southwestern U.S.A.: A comparison between Texas, Eastern Oklahoma, and the Four Corners Area. The Scientific World Journal 2014.
  6. Sather M.E., MUKERJEE S., Smith L., Mathew J., Jackson C., Callison R., Scrapper L., Hathcoat A., Adam J., Keese D., Ketcher P., Brunnete R., Karlstrom J., Van der Jagt G. Gaseous oxidized mercury dry deposition measurements in the Four Corners area and Eastern Oklahoma, U.S.A. Atmospheric Pollution Research 2013; 4:168-180.
  7. MUKERJEE S., Smith L., Neas L., Norris G. Evaluation of land use regression models for nitrogen dioxide and benzene in four US cities. The Scientific World Journal 2012.
  8. Svendsen E.R., Gonzales M., MUKERJEE S., Smith L., Ross M., Walsh D., Rhoney S., Andrews G., Ozkaynak H., Neas L. GIS-modeled indicators of traffic-related air pollutants and adverse pulmonary health among children in El Paso, Texas. American Journal of Epidemiology 2012; 176(Suppl): S131-S141.
  9. MUKERJEE S., Willis R.D., Walker J.T., Hammond D., Norris G.A., Smith L.A., Welch D.P., Peters T.M. Seasonal effects in land use regression models for nitrogen dioxide, coarse particulate matter, and gaseous ammonia in Cleveland, Ohio. Atmospheric Pollution Research 2012; 3:352-361.
  10. Gonzales M., Myers, O., Smith L., Olvera H., MUKERJEE S., Li W.W., Pingitore N., Amaya M., Burchiel, S., Berwick M. Evaluation of land use regression models for NO2 in El Paso, Texas, USA. Science of the Total Environment 2012; 432:135-142.
  11. Smith L.A., MUKERJEE S., Chung K.C., Afghani J. Spatial analysis and land use regression of VOCs and NO2 in Dallas, Texas during two seasons. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 2011; 13:999-1007.
  12. Johnson M.M., Isakov V., Touma J.S., MUKERJEE S., Ozkaynak H. Evaluation of Land Use Regression Models Used to Predict Air Quality Concentrations in an Urban Area. Atmos. Environ. 2010; 44:3660.
  13. MUKERJEE S., et al. Spatial analysis and land use regression of VOCs and NO2 from school-based urban air monitoring in Detroit/Dearborn, USA. Sci. Total Environ. 2009; 407:4642.
  14. MUKERJEE S., et al. Field comparison of passive air samplers with reference monitors for ambient volatile organic compounds and nitrogen dioxide under week-long integrals. J. Environ. Monitor. 2009; 11:220.
  15. Smith L.A., Stock T.H., Chung K.C., MUKERJEE S., et al. Spatial analysis of volatile organic compounds from a community-based air toxics monitoring network in Deer Park, Texas, USA. Environ. Monit. Assess. 2007; 128:369.
  16. Smith L.A., MUKERJEE S., et al. Use of GIS and ancillary variables to predict volatile organic compound and nitrogen dioxide pollutant levels at unmonitored locations. Atmos. Environ. 2006; 40:3773. [Received 2008 EPA STAA Award]
  17. Neas L., Gonzales M., MUKERJEE S., et al. GIS-modeled indicators of mobile source emissions and adverse health effects among children in El Paso, Texas, USA. Epidemiology. 2004; 15:S66.
  18. MUKERJEE S., et al. Receptor model comparisons and wind direction analyses of volatile organic compounds and submicrometer particles in an arid, binational, urban airshed. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2004; 38:2317.
  19. MUKERJEE S., et al. Field Method Comparison between Passive Air Samplers and Continuous Monitors for Volatile Organic Compounds and NO2 in El Paso, Texas. J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 2004; 54:307.
  20. Noble C.A., MUKERJEE S., et al. Continuous measurement of fine and ultrafine particulate matter, criteria pollutants and meteorological conditions in El Paso, Texas. Atmos. Environ. 2003; 37:827.
  21. MUKERJEE S. Communication strategy of transboundary air pollution findings in a U.S.­Mexico Border XXI Program project. Environ. Manage. 2002; 29:34.
  22. A-C. MUKERJEE S. Selected air quality trends and recent air pollution investigations in the U.S.-Mexico border region. Sci. Total Environ. 2001; 276:1. [Introduction to special issue includes 2 other papers by Mukerjee: 1) Techniques to assess cross-border air pollution and application to a U.S.-Mexico border region. p 205; 2) Preliminary assessments of spatial influences in the Ambos Nogales region of the U.S.-Mexican border. p 83. All 3 received 2003 EPA STAA Award]
  23. MUKERJEE S., et al. Application of a Dual Fine Particle Sequential Sampler, a Tapered Element Oscillating Microbalance, and other air monitoring methods to assess transboundary influences on PM2.5. Field Analyt. Chem. Technol. 1999; 3:201.