Dept. of Soil, Water and Climate
College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences
Dylan Millet is an assistant professor of atmospheric chemistry and McKnight Land-Grant professor in the Department of Soil, Water and Climate. His research focuses on understanding chemical interactions between the land and atmosphere, and the implications for air quality, climate, and human well-being. Millet's recent projects have used measurements from a 200-meter radio tower and from satellites to better understand chemical emissions to the atmosphere from both human-caused and natural sources.
As an IonE resident fellow, Millet is engaging in a collaborative project using satellite data to better understand local-to-global patterns of air pollution exposure for different population groups.
See Millet's faculty page for more info.