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Collett Research Group

Atmospheric Chemistry / Air Quality Program
Department of Atmospheric Science
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado USA

Evie Bangs
B.S. Chemistry, Colorado State University, 2016

M.S. student
ejbangs (at) colostate.edu


I joined Dr. Jeffery Collett's group in the fall of 2017 for my Masters in Atmospheric Science. I spent three years prior to this doing undergraduate research in Collett's lab, performing numerous duties and focusing mainly on research in active nitrogen throughout Northeastern Colorado and Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). I will continue research on active nitrogen, as well as, research focusing on VOC quantification around different National Parks in the United States. I grew up in Estes Park, Colorado and have always had a fondness for RMNP, spending a lot of my time hiking, camping, and generally being outdoors.


Wentworth, G. R., Murphy, J. G., Benedict, K. B., Bangs, E. J., and Collett Jr., J. L.: The role of dew as a night-time reservoir and morning source for atmospheric ammonia, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 16, 7435-7449, https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-16-7435-2016, 2016.

Last updated
June 25, 2018