ShihMing Huang

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Manager, Wildland Fire and Smoke Program / Senior Air Quality Scientist
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In 2008, ShihMing began his career at Sonoma Technology to investigate air pollution exposures and the impact of wildland fires on air quality. His work involves investigating the spatiotemporal trends, characteristics, and variations of wildland fire activities, smoke emissions and transport from fires, and ambient air pollution. He synthesizes ground-based, remotely sensed, and modeled data sets to answer complex wildland fire, smoke, and air quality questions. In addition, he integrates the latest science and technology in software projects to develop smoke modeling and research tools.
ShihMing is a member of the International Association of Wildland Fire and the American Geophysical Union. He holds a BS in Biological Sciences from San Jose State University and an MS in Environmental Science from California State University, Chico.
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Staff Member Publications
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