Chelsea Preble is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley and an affiliate in the Energy Technologies Area at Berkeley Lab. She's a Golden Bear through-and-through, earning her BS in Environmental Sciences from UC Berkeley in 2010, MS in Environmental Engineering in 2013, and PhD in Environmental Engineering in 2017. Her research interests include characterizing in-use emission sources and their controls, developing community-based air quality sensor networks, and evaluating the real-world emissions impacts of new regulations and alternative energy technologies.
"Control Technology-Driven Changes to In-Use Heavy-Duty Diesel Truck Emissions of Nitrogenous Species and Related Environmental Impacts." Environmental Science & Technology (2019). .
"A Distributed Network of 100 Black Carbon Sensors for 100 Days of Air Quality Monitoring in West Oakland, California." Environmental Science & Technology (2019). .
"Constraining a Historical Black Carbon Emission Inventory of the United States for 1960–2000." Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 124.7 (2019) 4004 - 4025. .
"Accelerating the Deployment of Anaerobic Digestion to Meet Zero Waste Goals." Environmental Science & Technology 52.23 (2018) 13663–13669. .
"In-Use Performance and Durability of Particle Filters on Heavy-Duty Diesel Trucks." Environmental Science Technology 52.20 (2018) 11913-11921. .
"Large reductions in urban black carbon concentrations in the United States between 1965 and 2000." Atmospheric Environment 151 (2016) 17-23. LBNL-1006720. .
"Effects of Particle Filters and Selective Catalytic Reduction on Heavy-Duty Diesel Drayage Truck Emissions at the Port of Oakland." Environmental Science & Technology 49.14 (2015) 8864 - 8871. LBNL-1003897. .
"Emissions and Climate-Relevant Optical Properties of Pollutants Emitted from a Three-Stone Fire and the Berkeley-Darfur Stove Tested under Laboratory Conditions." Environmental Science & Technology 48.11 (2014) 6484 - 6491. LBNL-1003903. .
"Soiling of building envelope surfaces and its effect on solar reflectance – Part II: Development of an accelerated aging method for roofing materials." Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 122 (2014) 271-281. LBNL-6714E. .