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Oregon Graduate Institute
Professor and Director GCRC
Dept. of Env. Sci. & Eng./GCRC
Atmospheric Physics & Chemistry; Global Change Center


Dr. Aslam Khalil is a theoretician with diverse research interests. He directs the Global Change Research Program at Portland State, a group of scientists conducting research on areas ranging from the sources and characteristics of urban air pollution to the long-term global effects of man-made pollutants. During the last decade, Dr. Khalil has published more than 180 papers dealing with a wide spectrum of subjects related to global change science. The work has laid the foundations for understanding how and why the atmosphere is changing and what global climatic changes may occur if these trends continue.