Environment Sciences & Engi
David Leith's website
|1970||University of Cincinnati||BS, Chemical Engineering|
|1970||University of Cincinnati||MS, Chemical Engineering|
|1975||Harvard University||ScD, Environmental Health Sciences|
|ENVR 416||Aerosol Technology||Syllabus|
|ENVR 516||Aerosol Technology Laboratory|
|ENVR 754||Air Pollution Control||Syllabus|
My interests are in aerosol physics and in the engineering control of airborne pollutants. This work is concerned with: (1) factors that affect the generation and release of air contaminants, (2) methods to measure the concentrations and properties of air contaminants in outdoor air and indoor air, and (3) engineered methods to remove contaminants from waste gas streams.
Associate Chair, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering; Director, Graduate Program in Environmental Engineering
|Whitehead, Todd and David Leith (2008)|
Passive Aerosol Sampler for Particle Concentrations and Size Distributions.
Journal of Environmental Monitoring: vol.10, p.331-335.
|de Bruijne, Kim, Seth Ebersviller, Kenneth Sexton, Sandra Lake, David Leith, Randall Goodman, James Jetter, Melanie Doyle-Eisele, Glenn Walters, Ruby Woodside, Harvey Jeffries and Ilona Jaspers (2009)|
Design and Testing of Electrostatic Aerosol In Vitro Exposure System (EAVES): An Alternative Exposure System for Particles.
Inhalation Toxicology: vol.21, p.91-101.
|Leith, David, Darrell Sommerlatt and Maryanne G. Boundy (2007)|
Passive Sampler for PM10-2.5 Aerosol.
Journal of Air and Waste Management Association: vol.57, p.332-336.
|Boundy, Maryanne, David Leith and Thomas Polton (2006)|
Method to Evaluate the Dustiness of Pharmaceutical Powders.
Annals of Occupational Hygiene: vol.50, p.253-258.