Dr. Marc Fischer is staff scientist in the Sustainable Energy Systems group and Environmental Energy Technology Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), and is an adjunct associate research scientists at the Air Quality Research Center at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Fischer has co-authored more than 50 refereed journal publications. Fischer's current work focuses on atmospheric studies of natural and anthropogenic processes affecting greenhouse (GHG) gases (and other atmospheric constituents, and development of sustainable solutions to energy and environmental problems. As part of ongoing work, Fischer and colleagues are quantifying the sources of California's GHG emissions, their long-term trends, and identifying cost-effective options to mitigate emissions.
Estimating methane emissions in California's urban and rural regions using multitower observations." Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 121 (2016). "
Evaluating Bay Area Methane Emission Inventory. Berkeley, 2016.
Gridded National Inventory of U.S. Methane Emissions." Environmental Science & Technology 50, no. 23 (2016): 13123-13133. "
Toward consistency between trends in bottom-up CO2 emissions and top-down atmospheric measurements in the Los Angeles megacity." Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics (2015). "
U.S. emissions of HFC-134a derived for 2008–2012 from an extensive flask-air sampling network." Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 120, no. 2 (2015): 801-825. "
CO2, CO, and CH4 measurements from tall towers in the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory's Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network." Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 7 (2014): 647-687. "
Spatially Explicit Methane Emissions from Petroleum Production and the Natural Gas System in California." Environmental Science & Technology 48, no. 10 (2014): 5982-5990. "
A multitower measurement network estimate of California's methane emissions." Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 118, no. 19 (2013): 11,339-11,351. "