h-index: 7, citations: 149 (as of March 2023, Google Scholar); as 1st author (6), as co-author (4)

Publications In-Prep, Submitted, and Under Review

Kelp, M., M. Carroll, T. Liu, R. M. Yantosca, H.E. Hockenberry, and L.J. Mickley. Prescribed burns as a tool to mitigate future wildfire smoke exposures: Lessons for states and environmental justice communities, (In review at Earth’s Future, preprint)

Kelp, M., T. Fargiano, S. Lin, T. Liu, J.R. Turner, J. N. Kutz, and L.J. Mickley. Data-driven placement of PM2.5 air quality sensors in the United States: an approach to target urban environmental injustice, (Submitted to Science Advances, preprint)

Kelp, M., C. A. Keller, K. Wargan, B.M. Karpowicz, and D. J. Jacob. Tropospheric ozone data assimilation in the NASA GEOS Composition Forecast Modeling System GEOS-CF v2.0 including direct assimilation of thermal infra-red radiances, (In-prep)

Peer-Reviewed Publications


9. Kelp, M., D.J. Jacob, H. Lin, and M.P. Sulprizio (2022). An online-learned neural network chemical solver for stable long-term global simulations of atmospheric chemistry. JAMES, 14, e2021MS002926, DOI: 10.1029/2021MS002926
*Editor’s Highlight in JAMES, Special Collection on “Machine learning application to Earth system modeling”

8. Yang, L. H., D.H. Hagan, J.C. Rivera-Rios, M. Kelp, E.S. Cross, C.Y. Peng, J. Kaiser, L.R. Williams, P. L. Croteau, J.T. Jayne, and N.L. Ng (2022). Investigating the sources of urban air pollution using low-cost air quality sensors at an urban Atlanta site. Environ. Sci. Technol., 56, 11, 7063–7073, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.1c07005
*Special Issue on “Urban Air Pollution and Human Health”

7. Kelp, M., S. Lin**, J.N. Kutz, and L.J. Mickley (2022). A new approach for optimal placement of PM2.5 air quality sensors: case study for the contiguous United States. Env. Res. Letters, 17, 034034, DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/ac548f
** undergraduate advisee


6. Kelp, M., D.J. Jacob, J.N. Kutz, J.D. Marshall, and C. Tessum (2020). Toward stable, general machine-learned models of the atmospheric chemical system. JGR: Atmospheres, 125, e2020JD032759, DOI: 10.1029/2020JD032759

5. Kelp, M., T. Gould, E. Austin, J.D. Marshall, M. Yost, C. Simpson, and T. Larson (2020). Sensitivity analysis of area-wide, mobile source emission factors to high-emitter vehicles in Los Angeles. Atmospheric Environment, 223, 117212, DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2019.117212


4. Wen, Y., H. Wang, T. Larson, M. Kelp, S. Zhang, Y. Wu, and J.D. Marshall (2019). On-highway vehicle emission factors, and spatial patterns, based on mobile monitoring and absolute principal component score. Science of The Total Environment, 676, 242-251, DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.04.185


3. Kelp, M., A.P. Grieshop, C.O. Reynolds, J. Baumgartner, G. Jain, K. Sethuramanand, and J.D. Marshall (2018). Real-time indoor measurement of health and climate-relevant air pollution concentrations during a carbon-finance-approved cookstove intervention in rural India. Development Engineering, 3, 125-132, DOI: 10.1016/j.deveng.2018.05.001


2. Brewer, J. F., M. Bishop, M. Kelp, C. Keller, A.R. Ravishankara, and E.V. Fischer (2017). A sensitivity analysis of key factors in the modeled global acetone budget. J. Geophys. Res., 122, DOI: 10.1002/2016JD025935


1. Jaffe, D., J. Putz, G. Hof, G. Hof, J. Hee, D.A. Lommers-Johnson, F. Gabela, J. Fry, B. Ayres, M. Kelp, and M. Minsk (2015). Diesel particulate matter and coal dust from trains in the Columbia River Gorge, Washington state, USA. Atmospheric Pollution Research, 6, 946-952, DOI: 10.1016/j.apr.2015.04.004

Other Publications

2. Kelp, M., C. Tessum, and J.D. Marshall (2018). Orders-of-magnitude speedup in atmospheric chemistry modeling through neural network-based emulation. arXiv: 1808.03874

1. Kelp, M., 2016. “Tropospheric particle formation in forests: global modeling of secondary organic aerosol production from reaction of NO3 radical with speciated monoterpenes”,
Reed College chemistry thesis


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