Dr. J. Elliott Campbell


Ph.D, University of Iowa
M.S., Stanford University
B.S., Stanford University

Current Position: 
Associate Professor, School of Engineering, University of California, Merced
Research Interests: 
  • Sustainable bioenergy assessment
  • Ecological design
  • Atmospheric sciences and engineering
  • Chemical transport modeling
  • Carbonyl sulfide/carbon cycle interactions

Campbell JE, Fox JF, Acton PM. (2012) Terrestrial carbon losses from mountaintop coal mining offset regional forest carbon sequestration in the 21st century. Environmental Research Letters, 7, 045701.

Tsao C, Campbell JE, et al. (2012) Increased estimates of air-pollution emissions from Brazilian sugar-cane ethanol. Nature Climate Change, 2, (1), 53-57. 
Mendu V, Shearin T, Campbell JE, et al. (2012) Global bioenergy potential from high-lignin agricultural residue. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi:10.1073/pnas.1112757109.

Fox JF, Campbell JE. (2010) Terrestrial carbon disturbance from mountaintop mining increases lifecycle emissions for clean coal. Environmental Science & Technology, 44(6), 2144-2149.  

Campbell JE, Lobell DB, Field CB (2009) Greater transportation energy and GHG offsets from bioelectricity than ethanol, Science, 324(5930), 1055-1057.
Campbell JE, et al. (2008), Photosynthetic control of atmospheric carbonyl sulfide during the growing season, Science, 322: 1085-1088.  

Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (PI), 2012-2013
NSF/CAREER (PI), 2009-2014
Award for Distinguished Early Career Research, UC Merced Academic Senate, 2013
Young Investigator Award, Sigma Xi Chapter, 2013