Kevin Perry, Ph.D.

 

Kevin Perry

Department Chair, Atmospheric Sciences

Chairman, Atmospheric Sciences
Undergraduate Director, Atmospheric Sciences

Atmospheric Sciences
University of Utah
135 S 1460 East Rm 819 (WBB)
Salt Lake City, Ut 84112-0110

Office: 819 WBB
Office Phone: (801) 581-6138
Email: kevin.perry@utah.edu

Degrees:
1995 Ph.D. Atmospheric Sciences University of Washington
1990 B.S. Meteorology Iowa State University

 

Selected Publications:

Continental aerosol dominance above the marine boundary layer in the eastern North Pacific: Continuous aerosol measurements from the 2002 Intercontinental and Chemical Transformation Experiment (ITCT2K2)  (Journal Article), 2005
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Analysis of Aerosols from the World Trade Center Collapse Site, New York, October 2 to October 30, 2001  (Journal Article), 2004
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Evidence for hygroscopic mineral dust particles from the Intercontinental Transport and Chemical Transformation Experiment  (Journal Article), 2004
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In situ aerosol profiles over the Southern Great Plains cloud and radiation test bed site: 2. Effects of mixing height on aerosol properties  (Journal Article), 2004
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Surface ocean-lower atmosphere interactions in the Northeast Pacific Ocean Gyre: Aerosols, iron, and the ecosystem response  (Journal Article), 2003
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Research Keywords, Regions of Interest and Languages:

Keywords: Air Pollution (3); Atmospheric Aerosols; Long-Range Transport; Mercury Transport and Deposition (2); Mineral Dust; Source Apportionment; X-ray Fluorescence Analysis
Regions: North America (30); Asia (12); Africa (11)

Courses I Teach

ATMOS 1010 Severe and Unusual Weather
ATMOS 3410 Meteorological Instrumentation and Computing

Awards

2006 Early Career Teaching Award (2005-2006) - University of Utah