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Name: Maggie L. Walser
Member Since: September 17th, 2007
Member Name: Maggie.walser
Biography:

Maggie Walser, originally from Eureka, CA, completed her Ph.D. in Atmospheric Chemistry with the Aerosol Photochemistry Group at the University of California, Irvine. As a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, her research focused on the composition and photochemistry of secondary organic aerosol, as well as biogenic emissions of atmospherically relevant trace gases.

While at Irvine, Maggie received the Chemistry Department's prestigious Edward K.C. Lee Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies and Research and Outstanding Contributions to the Graduate Program. She obtained B.S. degrees in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in 2002, also from the University of California, Irvine. Upon completion of her Ph.D., she spent a year as a Postdoctoral Fellow with the National Council for Science and the Environment in Washington, DC.  As the current AGU/AAAS Congressional Science and Engineering Fellow, Maggie works with the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.

 

 

Publications

  • Solvent-analyte reactions of secondary organic aerosol constituents in methanol and acetonitrile, A.P. Bateman, M.L. Walser, Y. Desyaterik, J. Laskin, A. Laskin, and S.A. Nizkorodov, Anal. Chem. 2008, submitted.
  • Photochemistry of secondary organic aerosol formed from oxidation of monoterpenes, S.A. Mang, M.L. Walser, X. Pan, J.-H. Xing, A.P. Bateman, J.S. Underwood, A.L. Gomez, J. Park, and S.A. Nizkorodov, In "Atmospheric Aerosols: Characterization, Chemistry, and Modeling (ACS Symposium Series)" K.T. Valsaraj and R.R. Kommalapati, Eds. 2008, submitted.
  • Measurement of ozone emission and particle removal rates from portable air purifiers, S.A. Mang, M.L. Walser, J.M. Laux, and S.A. Nizkorodov, J. Chem. Ed. 2007, submitted.
  • High-resolution mass spectrometric analysis of limonene secondary organic aerosol, M.L. Walser, Y. Dessiaterik, J. Laskin, A. Laskin, and S.A. Nizkorodov, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2007, 10, 1009.
  • Photochemical aging of secondary organic aerosol particles generated from the oxidation of d-limonene, M.L. Walser, J. Park, A.L Gomez, A.R. Russell, and S.A. Nizkorodov, J. Phys. Chem. A, 2007, 111, 1907.
  • Methyl halide emissions from greenhouse-grown mangroves, S.L. Manley, N.-Y. Wang, M.L. Walser, and R.J. Cicerone, Geophys. Res. Lett., 2007, 34, L01806.
  • Ozonolysis and photolysis of alkene-terminated self-assembled monolayers on quartz nanoparticles: implications for photochemical aging of organic aerosol particles, J. Park, A.L. Gomez, M.L. Walser, A. Lin, and S.A. Nizkorodov, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2006, 8, 2506.
  • Annual intrinsic methyl halide production by coastal salt marsh plants: global contributions revisited, S.L. Manley, N.-Y. Wang, M.L. Walser, and R.J. Cicerone, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 2006, 20, GB3015.
  • UV photodissociation spectroscopy of oxidized undecylenic acid films, A.L. Gomez, J. Park, M.L. Walser, A. Lin and S.A. Nizkorodov, J. Phys. Chem. A, 2006, 110, 3584.
  • Seasonal mass balance of halogens in simulated rice paddies, K.R. Redeker, S.L. Manley, L. Brothers, K. McDuffee, M. Walser, and R.J. Cicerone, Geophys. Res. Lett., 2004, 31, L11504.
  • Physiological and biochemical controls over methyl halide emissions from rice plants, K.R. Redeker, S.L. Manley, M. Walser, and R.J. Cicerone, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 2004, 18, GB1007.