Chelsea Preble is a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley and an affiliate in the Energy Technologies Area at Berkeley Lab. She's a Golden Bear through-and-through, earning her BS in Environmental Sciences from UC Berkeley in 2010, MS in Environmental Engineering in 2013, and PhD in Environmental Engineering in 2017. Her research interests include characterizing in-use emission sources and their controls, developing community-based air quality sensor networks, and evaluating the real-world emissions impacts of new regulations and alternative energy technologies.
Air Pollutant Emission Rates for Dry Anaerobic Digestion and Composting of Organic Municipal Solid Waste
Comparing the Use of High- to Low-Cost Black Carbon and Carbon Dioxide Sensors for Characterizing On-Road Diesel Truck Emissions
Comparison of Mobile and Fixed-Site Black Carbon Measurements for High-Resolution Urban Pollution Mapping
Life-Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Human Health Trade-Offs of Organic Waste Management StrategiesLife-Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Human Health Trade-Offs of Organic Waste Management Strategies
A Distributed Network of 100 Black Carbon Sensors for 100 Days of Air Quality Monitoring in West Oakland, California
Control Technology-Driven Changes to In-Use Heavy-Duty Diesel Truck Emissions of Nitrogenous Species and Related Environmental Impacts