Daniel Jaffe

Professor, Atmospheric Sciences, UW-Seattle

Professor & Chair of Physical Sciences Division, Science and Technology Program, UW-Bothell

Daniel Jaffe
Areas of Expertise
  • Atmospheric chemistry
  • Air pollution
  • Long range transport of pollutants
  • Photochemistry
  • BCHEM 315A: Quantitative Environmental Analysis
  • BCHEM 493- Special Topics: Atmospheric Chemistry
  • BST 499- Undergraduate Research
  • ATM S 800- Doctoral Dissertation
  • Selected for National Academy of Sciences panel on “The Significance of International Transport of Air Pollutants” BASC-U-07-01-A, National Academy of Sciences/National
    Research Council. June 2008.
  • Chapter lead for chapters on ozone and mercury for UNEPHTAP 2007 report.
  • Named the Fubright Distinguished Chair in Environmental Sciences at Parthenope University of Naples for 2014.
  • First UW-Bothell Distinguished Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Award (DRSCA) given in 2014.
  • Reviewer for the Journal Geophysical Research, Geophysical Research Letters, Environmental Science and Technology, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Atmospheric Environment, Science of the Total Environment.
  • Reviewer for the NSF, NOAA, EPA and NASA.
  • NSF Environmental Engineering review panel, Arlington VA, April 2015.
  • Invited presentation at Trans-boundary Air pollution workshop, Yosemite CA, April 2015.
  • Invited presentation at EPA/HTAP Meeting, Boulder CO, May 2015.
  • NSF Committee of Visitors Review Panel for Atmospheric Sciences, Arlington VA, May 2015.
  • Invited presentation at Taiwanese Conference on Aerosol Science & Technology, Taipei, October 2015. 
  • Invited presentation at PNW Airquest Meeting, Pullman, WA, June 2015.
  • Honrath memorial lecture at Michigan Tech University, Houghton, MI October 2015.
  • Invited presentation at Univ of Alabama-Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, Nov. 2015. 
  • Outreach presentation on climate, air quality and UWB STEM programs at Nathan Hale High School.
Selected publications
  • Song, S., Selin, N.E., Gratz, L.E., Ambrose, J.L., Jaffe, D.A., Shah, V., Jaeglé, L., Giang, A., Yuan, B., Kaser, L., Apel, E.C., Hornbrook, R.S., Blake, N.J., Weinheimer, A.J., Mauldin, R.L., III, Cantrell, C.A., Castro, M.S., Conley, G., Holsen, T.M., Luke, W.T., and Talbot, R. Constraints from observations and modeling on atmosphere–surface exchange of mercury in Eastern North America, Elementa 4, doi: 10.12952/journal.elementa.000100, 2016.

  • Wai Ka-Ming; Wu S., Li X. Jaffe D.A. and Perry K.D. Global atmospheric transport and source-receptor relationships for arsenic. Envir. Sci Tech, doi: 10.1021/acs.est.5b05549, 2016.

  • Baylon P. M., Jaffe D.A. Pierce R.B. and Gustin M.S. Interannual variability in baseline ozone and its relationship to surface ozone in the western U.S. Envir Sci. Tech., doi: 10.1021/acs.est.6b00219, 2016.

  • Hallar A.G. Andrew E., Bukowiecki N. Jaffe D.A. and Lin N-H. Overview of the Special Issue “Selected Papers from the 2nd Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics at Mountain Sites Symposium. Aer. Air Quality Res. doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2016.02.0077, 2016.

  • Shah, V., et al., Origin of oxidized mercury in the summertime free troposphere over the southeastern US, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 16, 1511-1530, doi:10.5194/acp-16-1511-2016, 2016.

  • Gratz, L. E., et al., Oxidation of mercury by bromine in the subtropical Pacific free troposphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, oi:10.1002/2015GL066645, 2015.

  • McClure C.D., Jaffe D.A. and Gao H. Carbon Dioxide in the Free Troposphere and Boundary Layer at the Mt. Bachelor Observatory Aerosol and Air Quality Research, In-press, doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2015.05.0323, 2015.