Marion Russell has been working at Lawrence Berkeley Lab since 1996 and currently manages an analytical laboratory in the Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division. Marion collaborates with scientists and engineers in the division to develop methods for collecting and measuring trace levels of pollutants in air samples with the goal of mitigating and reducing human exposure. Our lab is equipped with a broad range of tools that enable experiments and testing in controlled chambers to extensive field studies. She enjoys mentoring student assistants and volunteering as a high school cycling coach. Marion earned her M.S.degree in Chemistry from the University of Indiana, in Bloomington, Indiana.
Staff Research Associate
Air Pollutant Emission Rates for Dry Anaerobic Digestion and Composting of Organic Municipal Solid Waste
Effects of ventilation rate per person and per floor area on perceived air quality, sick building syndrome symptoms, and decision-making
Results of the California Healthy Homes Indoor Air Quality Study of 2011-2013: Impact of Natural Gas Appliances on Air Pollutant Concentrations
Formaldehyde and acetaldehyde exposure mitigation in US residences: In-home measurements of ventilation control and source control
Impact of Independently Controlling Ventilation Rate per Person and Ventilation Rate per Floor Area on Perceived Air Quality, Sick Building Symptoms and Decision Making
Investigation of formaldehyde and acetaldehyde sampling rate and ozone interference for passive deployment of Waters Sep-Pak XPoSure samplers