Dr. Arlene Fiore

amfiore@ldeo.columbia.edu

Columbia University
Faculty Profile

Arlene Fiore is an associate professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University. She is interested in using satellite products and models to inform air quality planning and health accountability.

For her HAQAST project, Arlene plans to:

  • conduct a multi-pollutant health impact analysis for at least the past decade over New York State (NYS), as a test bed for a nation-wide approach.
  • attribute background versus U.S. anthropogenic sources of pollution for linkage to health analyses on daily to inter-annual time scales.
  • estimate uncertainties in satellite-based and modeling approaches to source attribution and to exposure mapping at multiple time and space scales.

In addition, she contributes to the following Tiger Teams:

And she leads two Tiger Teams:

HAQAST Presentations

Source Attribution Using Satellite Products and Models to Inform Air Quality Planning and Health Accountability

Mapping PM2.5 exposures over New York State

HAQAST Tiger Team: Satellite data in State Implementation Plans (SIPs)

HAQAST Tiger Team: Supporting the use of satellite data in State Implementation Plans (SIPs)

Overview and Updates from the “Haze Tiger Team”

Publications

2019

Comparison of multiple PM2.5 exposure products for estimating health benefits of emission controls over New York State, USA

Xiaomeng JinArlene M FioreKevin CiveroloJianzhao BiYang LiuAaron van DonkelaarRandall V MartinMohammad Al-HamdanYuqiang ZhangTabassum Z InsafMarianthi-Anna KioumourtzoglouMike Z He, and Patrick L Kinney, Environmental Research Letters

 

Assessing uncertainties of a geophysical approach to estimate surface fine particulate matter distributions from satellite-observed aerosol optical depth

Xiaomeng Jin, Arlene M. Fiore, Gabriele Curci, Alexei Lyapustin, Kevin Civerolo, Michael Ku, Aaron van Donkelaar, and Randall V. Martin

2018

Average versus high surface ozone levels over the continental USA: model bias, background influences, and interannual variability

Jean J. Guo, Arlene M. Fiore, Lee T. Murphy, Daniel A. Jaffe, Jordan L. Schnell, Charles T. Moore, George P. Milly, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.

 

Scientific assessment of background ozone over the U.S.: Implications for air quality management

Daniel A. Jaffe, Owen R. Cooper, Arlene M. Fiore, Barron H. Henderson, Gail S. Tonneson, Armistead G. RussellDaven . Henze, Andrew O. Langford, Meiyun Lin, Tom Moore, Elementa.

Assessing uncertainties of a geophysical approach to estimate surface fine particulate matter distributions from satellite observed aerosol optical depth

Xiaomeng Jin, Arlene M. Fiore, Gabriel Curci, Alexei Lyapustin, Kevin Civerolo, Michael Ku, Aaron von Donkelaar, Randall V. Martin, Atmoshperic Chemistry and Physics.

 

Urban Versus Rural Health Impacts Attributable to PM2.5 and O3 in Northern India

Alexandra Karambelas, Tracey Holloway, Patrick L Kinney, Arlene M Fiore, Ruth DeFries, Gregor Kiesewetter, Chris Heyes, Environmental Research Letters

 

 

Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report: Assessment of global-scale model performance for global and regional ozone distributions, variability, and trends

P. J. Young, V. Naik, A. M. Fiore, A. Gaudel, J. Guo, M. Y. Lin, J. L. Neu, D. D. Parrish, H. E. Rieder, J. L. Schnell, S. Tilmes, O. Wild, L. Zhang, J. R. Ziemke, J. Brandt, A. Delcloo, R. M. Doherty, C. Geels, M. I. Hegglin, L. Hu, U. Im, R. Kumar, A. Luhar, L. Murray, D. Plummer, J. Rodriguez, A. Saiz-Lopez, M. G. Schultz, M. T. Woodhouse, G. Zeng, Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene

2017

Evaluating a Space‐Based Indicator of Surface Ozone‐NOx‐VOC Sensitivity Over Midlatitude Source Regions and Application to Decadal Trends

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