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Wisconsin Energy Institute

Tracey Holloway

Member, WEI Executive Committee

Assistant Professor for the Center of Sustainability and the Global Environment




Energy Expertise: 

​Tracey Holloway's research examines air pollution chemistry and transport at regional and global scales, especially the relationship between energy use, climate, and air quality. East Asia and the Great Lakes Region of North America are two active study regions, for which she employs regional and global models to analyze pollution emissions, chemistry, transport, and impacts. Holloway leads an air quality research program in the Nelson Institute Center for Sustainability andthe Global Environment (SAGE). Holloway's research uses computer models and data to understand links between regional air quality, energy, and climate.