- BS, University of Leicester, 1997
- Ph.D., University of Leicester, 2001
Interests and Expertise
My research encompasses the broad issues of atmospheric chemistry, composition and dynamics. My work is focused specifically on understanding the role the biosphere has in atmospheric chemistry, particularly how biogenic emissions affect the chemistry of ozone. This gas is an EPA regulated pollutant that has been implicated in local and regional air quality. My investigations focus on making measurements in the field and then computer modeling the resultant data in order to understand the complex sources, sinks and reactions of this important atmospheric gas.
- CHEM 123 General Chemistry II
- CHEM 124 General Chemistry II Lab
- CHEM 281 Quantitative Analysis
- CHEM 123–124 General Chemistry
Publications and Presentations
- A. M. Bryan, R. Forkel, S. B. Bertman, M. A. Carroll, G. D. Edwards, S. Dusanter, et al. "In-canopy gas-phase chemistry during the 2009 CABINEX field campaign: Sensitivity To Isoprene Chemistry And Vertical Mixing" Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 8829–8849, 2012.
- G. D. Edwards, D. K. Martins, T. Starn, K. A. Pratt, and P. B. Shepson, "A Disjunct Eddy Accumulation System for the Measurement of BVOC Fluxes: Instrument Characterizations and Field Deployment" Atmos. Meas. Tech. Discuss., 5, 2703–2746, 2012.
- R. S. Hornbrook, J. H. Crawford, G. D. Edwards, O. Goyea, R. L. Mauldin III, J. S. Olson, and C. A. Cantrell, "Measurements of tropospheric HO2 and RO2 by oxygen dilution modulation and chemical ionization mass spectrometry," Atmos Chem and Phys, 2011.
- G. D. Edwards, P. B. Shepson, J. W. Grossenbacher, J. M. Wells, G. E. Patterson, D. J. Barket Jr, S. Pressley and T. Karl. "Development of an Automated Cylindrical Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer for the measurement of Atmospheric Volatile Organic Compounds", Anal Chem 79 , (13): 5040–5050, 2007.
- X. Ren, G. D. Edwards, C. A. Cantrell, R. Lesher and W. H. Brune, "Daytime and Nighttime Peroxy Radical and OH Chemistry at a Rural Site in Pennsylvania", J. Atmos Chem, 52 (3): 231–257, 2005.
- American Chemical Society
- American Geophysical Union
- Royal Society of Chemistry