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Mr Mark Scerri
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Mr Mark Scerri lectures within both the undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by the Institute's Division of Environmental Management and Planning. In addition to a B.Sc. in Chemistry & Physics and an M.Sc. in Chemistry (both from the University of Malta), he also possesses a Master degree in Environmental Management and Technology from the De Montfort University (UK), Aalborg Universitet Esbjerg (Denmark) and the Fachhochschule Emden/Leer (Germany).

Mr Scerri lectures to undergraduates on waste treatment methods and environmental law and also delivers lectures on air quality management and environmental chemistry to postgraduate students. He has extensive professional experience in the field of environmental regulation, particularly in the control of emissions from stationary sources and in ambient air quality. Mr Scerri is a Full Member of the Institution of Environmental Sciences, the Institute of Air Quality Management and the UK Environmental Law Association.


Research Interests

  • Air quality management
  • Analysis of air quality data
  • Sahara dust intrusions
  • Equivalence studies
  • Comparative studies of the implementation of environmental law

Selected Publications

Chetcuti Zammit, L., Scerri, K., Attard, M., Bajada, T., Scerri, M., 2011. Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Air Pollution Data in Malta. Paper presented at 11th International Conference of GeoComputation, organised by the GeoComputation Community, University College London, UK, 20th – 22nd July 2011.

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