B.A. Environmental Studies-Chemistry 2021, Reed College
M.S. Student (E-mail)
I received a BA in environmental studies-chemistry from Reed College in 2021. At Reed, I worked with Dr. Julie Fry and contributed to collaborative projects with Dr. Jim Smith (UC Irvine) and Dr. Dan Jaffe (U. Washington). My undergraduate thesis focused on measurements of wildfire smoke composition from the Mt. Bachelor Observatory, Oregon. My research with the Collett group will focus on air quality in Carlsbad Caverns National Park and in other areas impacted by oil and gas activities.
N.I. Keehan, B. Brownwood, A. Marsavin, D. A. Day, and J. L. Fry. “A thermal-dissociation–cavity ring-down spectrometer (TD-CRDS) for the detection of organic nitrates in gas and particle phases,” Atmos. Meas. Tech., 13, 6255–6269, https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-13-6255-2020, 2020.
A. Marsavin, N. Bernays, N. W. May, D. A. Jaffe, and J. L. Fry. “Observations of ozone, NOy, and particulate matter in smoke from wild and prescribed fires in the Western US,” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Dec. 25, 2021.
A. Marsavin, N. Bernays, D. A. Jaffe, and J. L. Fry. “Oxidized nitrogen in wildfire smoke at Mt. Bachelor Observatory” Student Environmental Challenge, Pacific Northwest Section of the Air & Waste Management Association, May 19, 2021 (Virtual).
A. Marsavin, E. McLaughlin Sta. Maria, D. C. Draper, M. Dam, J. N. Smith, and J. L. Fry. “Comparative laboratory studies of NO3 radical-initiated oxidation of monoterpenes,” American Chemical Society National Meeting, Aug. 17, 2020 (Virtual).
Class of ‘21 Award (for senior thesis), Reed College, 2021
Alfred W. Weitkamp Fellowship, Reed College, 2019