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Richard Grant
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Rich Grant is a professor of Agro-micrometeorology in the Department of Agronomy. He is currently the chair the Agronomy department’s graduate programs committee. His research focuses on physical and chemical interactions between the atmosphere surface boundary layer and biological systems. His work has explored the emission and deposition of trace gases such as ozone, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane.

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