Tom Wenzel

Energy/Environmental Policy Research Scientist/Engineer

Electronics, Lighting & Networks Group

Sustainable Energy Systems Group

Sustainable Energy & Environmental Systems Department

Transportation Initiative

Energy Analysis & Environmental Impacts Division

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
90R2000
1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA 94720 USA
Office Location: 090-2064
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Tom Wenzel

Publications

2006

2005

Wenzel, Thomas P, and Marc Ross. "The effects of vehicle model and driver behavior on risk." Accident Analysis & Prevention 37.3 (2005) 479 - 494. LBNL-55417.

2004

Wenzel, Thomas P, Brett C Singer, Robert R Slott, and Donald H Stedman. "Short-term emissions deterioration in the California and Phoenix I/M programs." Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 9.2 (2004) 107-124. LBNL-52169.
Gladwell, Malcolm. "Big and Bad - How the S.U.V. ran over automotive safety." The New Yorker 2004: 28 - 33.

2003

Singer, Brett C, and Thomas P Wenzel. "Estimated Emission Reductions from California’s Enhanced Smog Check Program." Environmental Science and Technology 37.11 (2003) 2588-2595. LBNL-52109.

2002

Wenzel, Thomas P, and Marc Ross. "Are SUVS Really Safer Than Cars?." Access Magazine (2002).
Wenzel, Thomas P, and Marc Ross. An Analysis of Traffic Deaths by Vehicle Type and Model. 2002. LBNL-49675.

2001

Wenzel, Thomas P. "Evaluating the long-term effectiveness of the Phoenix IM240 program." Environmental Science & Policy 4.6 (2001). LBNL-48008.

2000

Wenzel, Thomas P, Brett C Singer, and Robert R Slott. "Some Issues in the Statistical Analysis of Vehicle Emissions." Journal of Transportation and Statistics 3.2 (2000) 1-14. LBNL-46115.

1999

1998

Ross, Marc, Rob Goodwin, Rick Watkins, Thomas P Wenzel, and Michael Q Wang. "Real-World Emissions from Conventional Passenger Cars." Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 48.6 (1998) 502 - 515.
Ross, Marc, Rob Goodwin, Rick Watkins, Thomas P Wenzel, and Michael Q Wang. "Real-World Emissions from Conventional Passenger Cars." Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 48.6 (1998) 502 - 515.

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