Curriculum Vitae

Christine A. Ennis

Education:

            Ph.D.            1985            Analytical Chemistry, University of Colorado (Boulder)
                                                    (Thesis title: "Studies of the Generation and Reactions of Gaseous HOCl")

              B.S.            1975            Chemistry/Chemistry Education, Purdue University

Scientific and Teaching Experience:

2008-present        Senior Manager, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado (in association with the Chemical Sciences Division of the Earth System Research Laboratory); Boulder, Colorado. Scientific and technical assistant to the Director.

1993-2008            Research Associate, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado (in association with the NOAA Aeronomy Laboratory [until 2005] and the Chemical Sciences Division of the Earth System Research Laboratory [since 2005]); Boulder, Colorado. Scientific and technical assistant to the Director.

1988-1993            Scientist and Associate Scientist, Atmospheric Chemistry Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research; Boulder, Colorado. Image processing and analysis of satellite data, with emphasis on the estimation of biogenic fluxes of photochemically and radiatively active trace gases; Experimental research concerning the effects of trace gases on the exchange of trace gases between vegetation and the atmosphere. Use of satellite data in remote sensing analyses of trace gas emissions from vegetation.

1985-1988            Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Advanced Study Program and Atmospheric Chemistry Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research; Boulder, Colorado. Design and construction of laboratory systems for the simultaneous determination of trace gas fluxes and physiological response in vegetation trace gas exposure experiments.

1984-1985            Scientific Consultant, Environmental Defense Fund; Boulder, Colorado. Research and advisory position on the issue of acid rain in the western United States.

1979-1985            Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry and Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences; Boulder, Colorado. Design and use of a discharge-flow system for the study of atmospherically relevant reactions of gaseous hypochlorous acid (HOCl). Graduate Advisor: Dr. John W. Birks.

1975-1979            Chemistry Teacher, South Pasadena High School; South Pasadena, California. Responsible for all aspects of classroom and laboratory instruction.

Honors:

            Outstanding Service Award, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, 2008

            Bronze Award Team, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, 2007

            National Center for Atmospheric Research Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1985-1987

            National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 1981-1984

            American Chemical Society Summer Analytical Fellowship, 1981

            Colorado Doctoral Fellowship, 1979-1981

Professional Affiliations:

            Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society (inducted 1980)

            Phi Beta Kappa (inducted 1975)

Publications and Conference Contributions:

Trends in Emissions of Ozone-Depleting Substances, Ozone Layer Recover, and Implications for Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research. [A.R. Ravishankara, M.J. Kurylo, and C.A. Ennis (eds.)]. Department of Commerce, NOAA's National Climatic Data Center, Asheville, NC, 240 pp., 2008.

C.A. Ennis and N.H. Marcus, Biological Consequences of Global Climate Change, Global Change Instruction Program, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, University Science Books, Sausilito, California, 53 pp., 1996.

A. Guenther, P. Zimmerman, L. Klinger, J. Greenberg, C. Ennis, K. Davis, W. Pollock, H. Westberg, G. Allwine, and C. Geron, Estimates of regional natural volatile organic compound fluxes from enclosure and ambient measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 1345-1359, 1996.

C.A. Ennis, J. Smith, and A. Lazrus, A preliminary study of the response of red spruce to O3and SO2, Tellus, 45B, 40-52, 1993.

A. Guenther, P.R. Zimmerman, M. Wildermuth, and C.A. Ennis, Biogenic non-methane hydrocarbon emission rate modeling, in Emissions Inventory Issues in the 1990s: Papers from an International Specialty Conference, September, 1991, Durham, NC. Air and Waste Management Association, Pittsburgh, PA, 699-711, 1992.

C.A. Ennis, A.B. Guenther, and M. Wildermuth, The application of Landsat 5 MSS imagery in a remote sensing study of vegetation surrounding the ROSE research site, EOS Trans., 72, 88, 1991.

C.A. Ennis, Assessing the effects of chemical climate change on vegetation: Increases in the tropospheric oxidants O3 and H2O2, invited paper, 91-127.3, 84th Annual Meeting of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vancouver, B.C., June 17-21, 1991.

C.A. Ennis, A.L. Lazrus, G.L. Kok, P.R. Zimmerman, and R.K. Monson, A branch chamber system and techniques for simultaneous pollutant exposure experiments and gaseous flux determinations, Tellus, 42B, 170-182, 1990.

C.A. Ennis, A.L. Lazrus, P.R. Zimmerman, and R.K. Monson, Flux determinations and physiological response in the exposure of red spruce to gaseous hydrogen peroxide, ozone, and sulfur dioxide, Tellus, 42B, 183-199, 1990.

C.A. Ennis and J.W. Birks, Rate constants for the reactions OH + HOCl --> H2O + ClO and H + HOCl products, J. Phys. Chem., 92, 1119-1126, 1988.

C.A. Ennis and J.W. Birks, Applications of a new laboratory source of gaseous HOCl: Product distribution in the Cl + HOCl reaction and equilibrium constant for the reaction Cl2O + H2O --> 2 HOCl, J. Phys. Chem., 89, 186-191, 1985.

J.L. Cook, C.A. Ennis, T.J. Leck, and J.W. Birks, Products of the reaction between Cl and HOCl, J. Chem. Phys., 75, 497-498, 1981.

J.L. Cook, C.A. Ennis, T.J. Leck, and J.W. Birks, Studies of reactions of importance in the stratosphere. IV. Rate constant for the reaction Cl + HOCl --> HCl + ClO over the temperature range 243-365 K, J. Chem. Phys., 74, 545-549, 1981.

Other:

Coordinating Editor for the World Meteorological Organization/United Nations Environment Programme Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2006, Global Ozone Research and Monitoring Report No. 50, Geneva, 2007.

Coordinating Editor for the World Meteorological Organization/United Nations Environment Programme Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2002, Global Ozone Research and Monitoring Report No. 47, Geneva, 2003.

Coordinating Editor for the World Meteorological Organization/United Nations Environment Programme Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 1998, Global Ozone Research and Monitoring Report No. 44, Geneva, 1999.

Coordinating Editor for the World Meteorological Organization/United Nations Environment Programme Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 1994, Global Ozone Research and Monitoring Report No. 37, Geneva, 1995.