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The Bingham Research Center at Utah State University (USU) studies the interactions between energy and the environment. Working closely with USU’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry as well as the Department of Plants,Soils and Climate, this center produces research from data found at field sites and studied in its analytical lab. The Bingham Research Center monitors meteorology (particularly Utah’s winter air quality), alerts others about high ozone forecasts, tests environmental samples for contaminants, studies the impact of energy emissions, measures soil and water fluxes, etc. This center works with industries, the government, and communities to learn more about the effect of energy on the environment and to find better solutions to the problems that result from this effect.
Quantifying Methane Emissions in the Uintah Basin During Wintertime Stagnation Episodes, C. S. Foster, Erik T. Crosman, J. D. Horel, Seth Lyman, B. Fasoli, R. Bares, and J. C. Lin; Elementa
Evaluation of the Community Multiscale Air Quality Model for Simulating Winter Ozone Formation in the Uinta Basin, Rebecca Matichuk, Gail Tonnesen, Deborah Luecken, Rob Gillam, Sergey L. Napelenok, Kirk R. Baker, Donna Schwede, Ben Murphy, Detlev Helmig, Seth N. Lyman, and Shawn Roselle; Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
Numerical tools for obtaining power-law representations of heavy-tailed datasets, Marc L. Mansfield; European Physical Journal B