Affiliate - Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Climate, Public Health
Lynn Hildemann's interests in air pollutants include chemically characterizing source emissions, modeling pollutant dispersion, assessing human exposure levels, and evaluating the origins of airborne particles indoors and outdoors. Current research projects include investigating the sources and size distributions of indoor bioaerosols such as molds, bacteria, and cat allergens; and evaluating human exposure to combustion sources ranging from tobacco smoke and rural cookstoves.
Selected Publications by this Author
News & Press Releases
Stanford researchers seek practical, low-cost incentives to encourage people to use cleaner, safer cookstoves.
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