Ph.D., (In Progress) Climate Sciences, University of Michigan
B.S., Geology Biology, Brown University
Rising greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations are driving rapid global climate change but the partitioning of GHG emissions between different sources and regions is not fully understood. I study GHG emissions from anthropogenic and natural sources using aircraft and satellite observations. Currently my research focuses on the loss of methane from offshore oil and gas platforms.
Gorchov Negron, A. M., Kort E. A., Smith, M., Conely, S. Methane Emissions from Offshore Oil and Gas Platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. (Submitted)
Dix, B., de Bruin, J., Roosenbrand, E., Vlemmix, T., Francoeur, C., Gorchov‐Negron, A., McDonald, B., Zhizhin, M., Elvidge, C., Veefkind, P. and Levelt, P., 2020. Nitrogen Oxide Emissions from US Oil and Gas Production: Recent Trends and Source Attribution. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(1), p.e2019GL085866.
Gorchov Negron, A. M., McDonald, B. C., Mckeen, S. A., Peischl, J., Ahmadov, R., de Gouw, J., Frost, G. J., Hastings, M. G., Pollack, I. B., Ryerson, T., B., Thompson, C., Warneke, C., Trainer, M. Development of a Fuel-Based Oil and Gas Inventory of Nitrogen Oxide Emissions. Environmental Science & Technology 2018 52 (17), 10175-10185. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.8b02245