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Jeffrey V. Ryan

Jeffrey V. Ryan is a chemist in the US EPA Office of Research and Development, National Risk Management Laboratory, Air Pollution Prevention and Control Division, (APPCD), Air Pollution Technology Branch (APTB). Jeff obtained his B.S. in Chemistry and Biology at High Point University, High Point, NC, in 1982.

Research Area
Jeff is an expert in emissions measurements from combustion systems. He has over 15 years experience selecting, developing and evaluating sampling and analytical methods appropriate for characterizing organic and inorganic gaseous and particulate combustion process emissions. Jeff manages a research program to evaluate manual methods and continuous emission monitors for speciated and total mercury measurements from combustion sources. He also provides technical support to EPA’s Program and Regional Offices on developing emissions measurement guidance protocols. Jeff has contributed heavily to other environmental programs, including preparing an international workshop proceedings and giving expert testimony on data relevant to an environmental disaster lawsuit. He has authored or co-authored over 21 papers on various environmental related topics, and has received multiple Agency awards for his scientific and technological accomplishments.

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Jeffrey V. Ryan (ryan.jeffrey@epa.gov)

Air and Climate Change Research | Water Research | Ecosystems Restoration Research | Land Research | Technology: Sustainable Technologies Research, Environmental Technology Verification Program (ETV), and Technology Assessments

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