Noelle Eckley Selin's research focuses on using atmospheric chemistry modeling to inform decision-making strategies on air pollution, climate change and toxic substances including mercury and persistent organic pollutants. She has also published articles and book chapters on the interactions between science and policy in international environmental negotiations, in particular focusing on global efforts to regulate hazardous chemicals and persistent organic pollutants.
Reilly, J., S. Paltsev, K. Strzepek, N.E. Selin, Y. Cai, K.-M. Nam, E. Monier, S. Dutkiewicz, J. Scott, M. Webster and A. Sokolov, 2013: Valuing climate impacts in integrated assessment models: the MIT IGSM, Climatic Change, 117(3): 561-73
Friedman, C.L. and N.E. Selin, 2012: Long-Range Atmospheric Transport of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: A Global 3-D Model Analysis Including Evaluation of Arctic Sources, Environmental Science & Technology, 46(17): 9501–9510