His primary areas of study are Ozone, Environmental chemistry, Aerosol, Environmental engineering and Air pollution. His research in Ozone is mostly concerned with Atmospheric chemistry. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental chamber, Chlorine, Indoor air quality and Hydroxyl radical.
David T. Allen interconnects Carbon, Total organic carbon and Infrared spectroscopy in the investigation of issues within Aerosol. His Environmental engineering research focuses on Emission inventory and how it relates to Natural gas, Fugitive emissions, Methane, Environmental monitoring and Workover. David T. Allen has researched Air pollution in several fields, including Particulates, NOx, Nitrogen oxide and Pollutant.
David T. Allen mainly focuses on Environmental engineering, Ozone, Air quality index, Environmental chemistry and Meteorology. His Environmental engineering research includes elements of Pollutant and Natural gas. His Ozone research includes themes of Environmental chamber, Photochemistry, NOx and Emissions trading.
The various areas that David T. Allen examines in his Air quality index study include Electricity generation and Air pollution. His study in Environmental chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chlorine and Aerosol. Land cover is closely connected to Atmospheric sciences in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Meteorology.
Engineering ethics, Methane emissions, Green chemistry, Methane and Compressor station are his primary areas of study. His Methane emissions research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fossil fuel and Natural gas. His Natural gas research includes themes of Fuel oil, Environmental engineering, Oil shale and Monthly average.
His research integrates issues of Oil and natural gas and Intensity in his study of Environmental engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Atmosphere, Meteorology and Automotive engineering in addition to Compressor station. David T. Allen combines subjects such as Nitrogen dioxide, Sulfur dioxide, Power station and Air quality index with his study of Atmospheric sciences.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Natural gas, Engineering ethics, Green chemistry, Methane emissions and Environmental planning. His Natural gas research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Atmospheric sciences, Air quality index, Power station, Sulfur dioxide and Fuel oil. His Atmospheric sciences research includes elements of Nitrogen dioxide, Wet gas and Dry gas.
His Methane emissions study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Oil and natural gas, Intensity, Compressor station and Environmental engineering. His Compressor station research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Atmosphere, Meteorology and Automotive engineering. His Waste management research incorporates elements of Scientific method, Dehydrogenation, Catalysis and Hydrocarbon.
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Measurements of methane emissions at natural gas production sites in the United States
David T Allen;Vincent M Torres;James A Thomas;David W Sullivan.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Green Engineering: Environmentally Conscious Design of Chemical Processes
David T. Allen;David R. Shonnard.
Environmentally benign manufacturing: Observations from Japan, Europe and the United States
Timothy Gutowski;Cynthia Murphy;David Allen;Diana Bauer.
Energy-Water Nexus for Mass Cultivation of Algae
Cynthia Folsom Murphy;David T. Allen.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
Overview of the Second Texas Air Quality Study (TexAQS II) and the Gulf of Mexico Atmospheric Composition and Climate Study (GoMACCS)
D. D. Parrish;David T Allen;T. S. Bates;M. Estes.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
Air pollutant emissions associated with forest, grassland, and agricultural burning in Texas
Ann Dennis;Matthew Fraser;Stephen Anderson;David Allen.
Atmospheric Environment (2002)
A new condensed toluene mechanism for Carbon Bond: CB05-TU
Gary Z. Whitten;Gookyoung Heo;Yosuke Kimura;Elena McDonald-Buller.
Atmospheric Environment (2010)
Hydroxyl radicals in indoor environments
Golam Sarwar;Richard Corsi;Yosuke Kimura;David Allen.
Atmospheric Environment (2002)
Analysis of motor vehicle emissions in a Houston tunnel during the Texas Air Quality Study 2000
Gary R. McGaughey;Nimish R. Desai;David T. Allen;Robert L. Seila.
Atmospheric Environment (2004)
Reducing antipsychotic medication in people with a learning disability.
Zahir Ahmed;William I. Fraser;Michael P. Kerr;Chris Kiernan.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2000)
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