Robert Rhew

Robert Rhew


UC Berkeley

Robert Rhew (he/him) is a professor of trace gas biogeochemistry at the University of California, Berkeley. His research interests include the sources and sinks of gases involved with stratospheric ozone depletion, radiative forcing and air pollution. He leads the Atmospheric Biogeochemistry group in the Department of Geography, which conducts field and laboratory based measurements of trace gas fluxes and studies of the environmental and biological controls on those fluxes.

Rhew is also affiliated with the Department of Environmental Science, Policy & Management. CV HERE

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  • Trace gas biogeochemistry
  • Air pollution and its causes
  • Ecosystem function
  • PhD in Earth Sciences (Geochemistry/ Marine Chemistry), 2001

    Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego

  • Graduate Diploma in Resource and Environmental Management, 1994

    Australian National University

  • BA in Earth and Planetary Sciences, 1992

    Harvard University