Miller, Scot

Assistant Professor
Environmental Health And Engineering
http://greenhousegaslab.org/

Ames Hall Rm 313
smill191@jhu.edu

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Education
  • Ph.D. 2015, Harvard University
  • Master of Science 2013, Harvard University
  • Master of Science 2008, Univ Dublin Trinity College
  • Bachelor of Arts 2007, Harvard University
Experience
  • 2015 - 2017:  Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow, Carnegie Institution of Washington

Publications

Journal Articles
  • Miller S, Michalak A, Detmers R, Hasekamp O, Bruhwiler L, Schwietzke S (2019).  China's coal mine methane regulations have not curbed growing emissions..  Nature communications.  10.  303--303.
  • Miller SM, Taylor MA, Watts JD (2018).  Understanding High-Latitude Methane in a Warming Climate.  EOS.  American Geophysical Union.  99.  14--19.
  • Miller SM, Michalak AM, Yadav V, Tadi'c JM (2018).  Characterizing biospheric carbon balance using CO 2 observations from the OCO-2 satellite.  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.  Copernicus GmbH.  18.  6785--6799.
  • Nevison C, Andrews A, Thoning K, Dlugokencky E, Sweeney C, Miller S, Saikawa E, Benmergui J, Fischer M, Mountain M, others (2018).  Nitrous oxide emissions estimated with the CarbonTracker-Lagrange North American regional inversion framework.  Global Biogeochemical Cycles.  32.  463--485.
  • Hase N, Miller SM, Maass P, Notholt J, Palm M, Warneke T (2017).  Atmospheric inverse modeling via sparse reconstruction.  Geoscientific Model Development.  Copernicus GmbH.  10.  3695--3713.
  • Miller SM, others (2017).  Interactive comment on “Characterizing biospheric carbon balance using CO2 observations from the OCO-2 satellite” by Scot M. Miller et al..
  • Commane R, Lindaas J, Benmergui J, Luus KA, Chang RY, Daube BC, Euskirchen ES, Henderson JM, Karion A, Miller JB, others (2017).  Carbon dioxide sources from Alaska driven by increasing early winter respiration from Arctic tundra.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  National Academy of Sciences.  201618567.
  • Miller S, AM M (2017).  Constraining sector-specific CO2 and CH4 emissions in the US.  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.  Copernicus Publications.  17.  3963--3985.
  • Tadi'c JM, Qiu X, Miller S, Michalak AM (2017).  Spatio-temporal approach to moving window block kriging of satellite data v1. 0.  Geoscientific Model Development.  Copernicus GmbH.  10.  709--720.
  • Miller SM, others (2017).  Interactive comment on “Characterizing biospheric carbon balance using CO2 observations from the OCO-2 satellite” by.
  • Miller SM, Commane R, Melton JR, Andrews AE, Benmergui J, Dlugokencky EJ, Janssens-Maenhout G, Michalak AM, Sweeney C, Worthy DE (2016).  Evaluation of wetland methane emissions across North America using atmospheric data and inverse modeling.  Biogeosciences (Online).  Krell Inst., Ames, IA (United States).  13.
  • Hu L, Montzka SA, Miller BR, Andrews AE, Miller JB, Lehman SJ, Sweeney C, Miller SM, Thoning K, Siso C, others (2016).  Continued emissions of carbon tetrachloride from the United States nearly two decades after its phaseout for dispersive uses.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  National Academy of Sciences.  113.  2880--2885.
  • Miller SM, Michalak AM (2016).  Constraining sector-specific CO2 and CH4 emissions in the United States.  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions.  1--33.
  • Miller SM, Miller CE, Commane R, Chang RY, Dinardo SJ, Henderson JM, Karion A, Lindaas J, Melton JR, Miller JB, others (2016).  A multiyear estimate of methane fluxes in Alaska from CARVE atmospheric observations.  Global biogeochemical cycles.  30.  1441--1453.
  • Hu L, Montzka SA, Miller JB, Andrews AE, Lehman SJ, Miller BR, Thoning K, Sweeney C, Chen H, Godwin DS, others (2015).  US emissions of HFC-134a derived for 2008--2012 from an extensive flask-air sampling network.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.  Wiley Online Library.  120.  801--825.
  • Miller S, Hayek M, Andrews A, Fung I, Liu J (2015).  Biases in atmospheric CO 2 estimates from correlated meteorology modeling errors.  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.  Copernicus GmbH.  15.  2903--2914.
  • Miller SM, Michalak AM, Wofsy SC (2014).  Reply to Hristov et al.: Linking methane emissions inventories with atmospheric observations.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  National Academy of Sciences.  111.  E1321--E1321.
  • Miller SM, Worthy DE, Michalak AM, Wofsy SC, Kort EA, Havice TC, Andrews AE, Dlugokencky EJ, Kaplan JO, Levi PJ, others (2014).  Observational constraints on the distribution, seasonality, and environmental predictors of North American boreal methane emissions.  Global Biogeochemical Cycles.  Wiley Online Library.  28.  146--160.
  • Simonin KA, Link P, Rempe D, Miller S, Oshun J, Bode C, Dietrich WE, Fung I, Dawson TE (2014).  Vegetation induced changes in the stable isotope composition of near surface humidity.  Ecohydrology.  7.  936--949.
  • Xiang B, Patra PK, Montzka SA, Miller SM, Elkins JW, Moore FL, Atlas EL, Miller BR, Weiss RF, Prinn RG, others (2014).  Global emissions of refrigerants HCFC-22 and HFC-134a: Unforeseen seasonal contributions.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  National Acad Sciences.  111.  17379--17384.
  • Miller S, Michalak A, Levi P (2014).  Atmospheric inverse modeling with known physical bounds: An example from trace gas emissions.  Geoscientific Model Development.  Copernicus GmbH.  7.  303--315.
  • Miller SM, Wofsy SC, Michalak AM, Kort EA, Andrews AE, Biraud SC, Dlugokencky EJ, Eluszkiewicz J, Fischer ML, Janssens-Maenhout G, others (2013).  Anthropogenic emissions of methane in the United States.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  National Acad Sciences.  110.  20018--20022.
  • Kim SY, Millet DB, Hu L, Mohr MJ, Griffis TJ, Wen D, Lin JC, Miller SM, Longo M (2013).  Constraints on carbon monoxide emissions based on tall tower measurements in the US Upper Midwest.  Environmental science & technology.  American Chemical Society.  47.  8316--8324.
  • Xiang B, Miller SM, Kort EA, Santoni GW, Daube BC, Commane R, Angevine WM, Ryerson TB, Trainer MK, Andrews AE, others (2013).  Nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from California based on 2010 CalNex airborne measurements.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.  Wiley Online Library.  118.  2809--2820.
  • Miller S, Kort E, Hirsch A, Dlugokencky E, Andrews A, Xu X, Tian H, Nehrkorn T, Eluszkiewicz J, Michalak A, others (2012).  Regional sources of nitrous oxide over the United States: Seasonal variation and spatial distribution.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.  Wiley-Blackwell.  117.
  • Gjestland T, Kosar B, Attwood A, Bailey AR, Capps S, Christensen M, Couzo E, Griffith S, Johnson W, Lu C, others (2012).  Outstanding Student Paper Awards.  Eos.  93.
  • Peterson JS, Miller S, Cairns C (2008).  Toxicity, nitrous dioxide.  Updated: Jun.  10.
  • Miller SM, Matross D, Andrews A, Millet D, Longo M, Gottlieb E, Hirsch A, Gerbig C, Lin J, Daube B, others (2008).  Sources of carbon monoxide and formaldehyde in North America determined from high-resolution atmospheric data.  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.  8.  7673--7696.
  • Hase N, Miller S, Maa"y P, Notholt J, Palm M, Warneke T  Atmospheric Inverse Modeling via Sparse Reconstruction Final response of the authors.
Conference Proceedings
  • Miller SM, Michalak A (2017).  Methane emissions from Asia estimated using the GOSAT satellite.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Nevison CD, Andrews A, Thoning K, Dlugokencky E, Sweeney C, Saikawa E, Miller S, Benmergui J, Fischer M (2017).  Estimating North American N2O emissions and the N fertilizer yield fraction using the Carbon Tracker-Lagrange regional inversion framework.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Commane R, Lindaas J, Benmergui J, Luus K, Chang R, Daube B, Euskirchen E, Henderson J, Karion A, Miller J, others (2016).  Year-round Regional CO2 Fluxes from Boreal and Tundra Ecosystems in Alaska.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Reum F, Goeckede M, Miller S, Michalak A, Henderson J, Miller CE, Heimann M (2016).  Methane emissions from the East Siberian Arctic Shelf.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Miller S, Berry J, Michalak A, Yadav V (2016).  A top-down estimate of global CO2 flux patterns using solar induced fluorescence and the OCO-2 satellite.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Commane R, Lindaas J, Benmergui J, Luus K, Chang R, Miller S, Henderson J, Karion A, Miller J, Sweeney C, others (2015).  Empirically constrained estimates of Alaskan regional Net Ecosystem Exchange of CO2, 2012-2014.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Hu L, Montzka S, Miller B, Andrews A, Miller J, Lehman S, Sweeney C, Miller S, Thoning K, Siso C, others (2015).  Carbon Tetrachloride Emissions from the US during 2008-2012 Derived from Atmospheric Data Using Bayesian and Geostatistical Inversions.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Benmergui J, Andrews A, Thoning K, Trudeau M, Miller S, Dlugokencky E, Bruhwiler L, Masarie K, Worthy D, Sweeney C, others (2015).  Integrating diverse observations of North American CH4 into flux inversions in CarbonTrackerLagrange-CH4.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Hartery S, Chang R, Commane R, Lindaas J, Miller S, Wofsy S, Karion A, Sweeney C, Miller C, Dinardo S, others (2015).  Constraining the 2012-2014 growing season Alaskan methane budget using CARVE aircraft measurements.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Miller S, Commane R, Chang R, Miller C, Michalak A, Dinardo S, Dlugokencky E, Hartery S, Karion A, Lindaas J, others (2015).  Multi-year Estimates of Methane Fluxes in Alaska from an Atmospheric Inverse Model.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Miller S, Andrews A, Benmergui J, Commane R, Dlugokencky E, Janssens-Maenhout G, Melton J, Michalak A, Sweeney C, Worthy D (2015).  The Ability of Atmospheric Data to Reduce Disagreements in Wetland Methane Flux Estimates over North America.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Miller S, Andrews A, Benmergui J, Commane R, Dlugokencky E, Janssens-Maenhout G, Melton J, Michalak A, Sweeney C, Worthy D (2014).  The Vulnerability of Permafrost from 1960 to 2300 Based on Simulations of the Process-Based Model GIPL2 Across the Permafrost Region in the Northern Hemisphere: Implications for Soil Carbon Vulnerability.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Miller S, Xiang B, Kort E, Michalak A, Wofsy S, Andrews A, Dlugokencky E (2014).  Regional to national constraints on US N2O emissions using atmospheric data.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Benmergui J, Andrews A, Thoning K, Trudeau M, Michalak A, Yadav V, Miller S, Dlugokencky E, Bruhwiler L, Masarie K, others (2014).  Inverse Analysis of North American Methane Emissions Using the CarbonTracker-Lagrange Modeling Framework.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Miller S, Michalak A, Wofsy S, Andrews A, Biraud S, Dlugokencky E, Fischer M, Janssens-Maenhout G, Kort E, Miller B, others (2014).  Methane emissions in the US and Canada: contributions of various source sectors and evolution of emissions over time.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Hu L, Montzka S, Miller J, Andrews A, Miller B, Thoning K, Sweeney C, Chen H, Bruhwiler L, Masarie K, others (2013).  Atmosphere-based nation-wide emission estimates of hydrofluorocarbons and hydrochlorofluorocarbons from the US.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Michalak A, Fang Y, Miller S, Ray J, Shiga Y, Yadav V, Zscheischler J (2013).  Targeting patterns: A path forward for uncertainty quantification in carbon cycle science?.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Michalak A, Goeckede M, Gourdji S, Miller S, Mueller K, Yadav V (2012).  Informing improvements to terrestrial biogeochemical models through statistical integration of environmental datasets.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Miller S, Kort E, Worthy D, Havice T, Dlugokencky E, Andrews A, Wofsy S (2011).  Large-scale environmental drivers of North American methane emissions.  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
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