Undergraduate Title


Dr. Amy Stuart, PhD
Associate Professor
4202 E. Fowler Avenue
MDC 0056
Tampa, FL 33620-5350
Phone: (813) 974-6632
Fax: (813) 974-2957
E-mail: als@usf.edu


Ph.D., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 2002
M.S., Civil Engineering (Environmental Engineering & Science Program), Stanford Univ, 1997.
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, 1994.


Professional Experience

Associate Professor, USF, 2011 - Present      

Assistant Professor, USF, 2005 – 2011.
Assistant Research Scientist & Graduate Faculty, Atmospheric Sciences, Texas A&M Univ., 2003 - 2004.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for International Security & Cooperation, Stanford, 2002 - 2003.
Graduate Research Assistant, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Stanford Univ., 1997 - 2002.
Visiting Graduate Researcher, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Summer 1998.
Associate Environmental Consultant, Air Group, Environ Corporation, 1994 - 1996.
Visiting Scholar, Stockholm Environment Institute, Summer 1994.


Areas of Expertise
Air Pollution
Atmospheric Chemistry
Environmental Computational Modeling
Urban design and human exposure to transportation emissions


Selected Publications

  • S. Gurram, A.L. Stuart, A.J. Pinjari. Impacts of travel activity and urbanicity on exposures to ambient oxides of nitrogen and on exposure disparities. Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health. doi: 10.1007/s11869-014-0275-6, 2014.
  • J.R. Mihelcic and A.L. Stuart. Air Quality Engineering, in Environmental Engineering: Fundamentals, Sustainability, Design. 2nd Ed. Wiley. 2014.
  • S. Fridh and A.L. Stuart. Spatial variation in ambient benzene concentration over a city park. Journal of Environmental Health, Jan-Feb, 76(6): 86-91, 2014.
  • H. Yu, A.L. Stuart. Spatiotemporal distributions of ambient oxides of nitrogen, with implications for exposure inequality and urban design. J. Air & Waste Management Assoc., 63(8): 943-55, 2013.
  • A.E. Evans and A.L. Stuart. A passive sampling study of small-scale variations in ambient acetaldehyde and formaldehyde concentrations. Air, Soil, and Water Research, 4: 71-79, doi: 10.4137/ASWR.S7582, 2011.
  • A.L. Stuart and M. Zeager. An inequality study of ambient nitrogen dioxide and traffic levels near elementary schools in the Tampa area. Journal of Environmental Management, 92:1923-1930, doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2011.03.003, 2011.
  • J.H. Howard, M.A.Trotz, K.D. Thomas, E. Omisca, H. T. Chiu, T. Halfide, F. Akiwumi, R. Michael, A.L. Stuart. Total mercury loadings in sediment from gold mining and conservation areas in Guyana. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. doi: 10.1007/s10661-010-1762-3, 2010.
  • A.L. Stuart, S. Mudhasakul, W. Sriwatanapongse. The social distribution of neighborhood-scale air pollution and monitoring protection. J. Air & Waste Management Assoc., 9:591-602, doi:10.3155/1047-3289.59.5.591, 2009.
  • R. Michael and A.L. Stuart. The fate of volatile chemicals during wet growth of a hailstone. Environmental Research Letters, 4, 015001, doi:10.10188/1748-9326/4/1/015001, 2009.
  • A.L. Stuart, A.Aksoy, F. Zhang, and J.W. Nielsen-Gammon.  Ensemble-based data assimilation and targeted observation of a chemical tracer in a sea breeze model.  Atmospheric Environment, 41: 3082 – 3094, doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2006.11.046, 2007.
  • M.C. Barth, W.-W. Kim, W.C. Skamarock, A.L. Stuart, K.E. Pickering, L.E. Ott. Simulations of the redistribution of formaldehyde, formic acid, and peroxides in the 10 July, 1996 Stratospheric-Tropospheric Experiment: Radiation, Aerosols, and Ozone deep convection storm, Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, D13310, doi:10.1029/2006JD008046, 2007.
  • F. Zhang, N. Bei, J.W. Nielsen-Gammon, G. Li, R. Zhang, A. Stuart, and A. Aksoy. Impacts of meteorological uncertainties on ozone pollution predictability estimated through meteorological and photochemical ensemble forecasts. Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, D04304, doi:. 10.1029/2006JD007429, 2007.
  • A.L. Stuart and M.Z. Jacobson. A numerical model of chemical partitioning during cloud drop freezing. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry, 53: 13-42, doi: 10.1007/s10874-006-0948-0, 2006.
  • A.L. Stuart and D. Wilkening. Degradation of biological weapons agents in the environment: Implications for terrorism response. Environmental Science & Technology, 38(8): 2736-2743, 10.1021/es048705e, 2005.
  • A.L. Stuart and M.Z. Jacobson. Chemical retention during dry growth riming. Journal of Geophysical Research, 109, D07305, doi:10.1029/2003JD004197, 2004.
  • A.L. Stuart and M.Z. Jacobson. A timescale investigation of volatile chemical retention during hydrometeor freezing: Nonrime freezing and dry growth riming without spreading. Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(D6), 4178, doi: 10.1029/2001JD001408, 2003.
  • M.C. Barth, A.L. Stuart, and W.C. Skamarock. Numerical simulations of the July 10 Stratospheric-Tropospheric Experiment: Radiation, Aerosols, and Ozone (STERAO) - Deep Convection experiment storm: Redistribution of soluble tracers. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106(D12): 12381-12400, 2001.

Web site: http://www.eng.usf.edu/~als/