Dr Mark Scerri

Dr Mark Scerri

Dr Mark Scerri

 B.Sc.(Melit.),M.Sc.(Melit.),M.Sc.(DeMont),Dr.rer.nat. (Darmstadt),M.I.A.Q.M.,M.I.Env.Sc.


IES Projects Office
Triq l-Imhallef P. Debono
University of Malta
  +356 2340 3440
Google Scholar Profile: Mark Scerri
ORCiD: http://orcid.org/0000-0001-9036-2619

Mark SCERRI is a full-time lecturer with the Division of Environmental Management and Planning of the Institute of Earth Systems. Mark is in possession of a Bachelors degree in Chemistry and Physics a Masters degree in Chemistry (both from the University of Malta), a Masters degree in Environmental Management and Technology from the De Montfort University (UK), Aalborg Universitet Esbjerg (Denmark) and the Fachhochschule Emden/Leer (Germany) and a Doctorate in Applied Geosciences from the Technische Universität Darmstadt. Mark delivers lectures to undergraduate students on Waste Management, Environmental law, Pollution and Climate Change. Mark has extensive professional experience in Environmental Regulation, particularly in the control of emissions from stationary sources and in ambient air quality. Mark is a full Member of the Institution of Environmental Sciences, the Institute of Air Quality Management, the European Environmental Law Forum, the German Association for Aerosol Research and the Air and Waste Management Association. He has also acted as a reviewer for the international journals Atmospheric Research, Chemosphere and Atmosphere.
  • Urban Air Pollution
  • Ambient Aerosol Levels
  • Receptor Modelling
  • Source Apportionment
  • Natural Contributions to PM levels
  • Emissions of Atmospheric Pollutants
  • Comparative studies on the implementation of Environmental Law

SCERRI, M.M., GENGA, A., IACOBELLIS, S., DELMAIRE, G., GIOVE, A., SICILIANO, M., SICILIANO, T. and WEINBRUCH, S., 2019. Investigating the plausibility of a PMF source apportionment solution derived using a smaller dataset: A case study from a receptor in a rural site in Apulia-South East Italy. Chemosphere, 236, pp. 124376.

SCERRI, M.M., KANDLER, K., WEINBRUCH, S., YUBERO, E., GALINDO, N., PRATI, P., CAPONI, L. and MASSABÒ, D., 2018. Estimation of the contributions of the sources driving PM2.5 levels in a Central Mediterranean coastal town. Chemosphere, 211, pp. 465-481.

SCERRI, M.M., KANDLER, K. and WEINBRUCH, S., 2016. Disentangling the contribution of Saharan dust and marine aerosol to PM10 levels in the Central Mediterranean. Atmospheric Environment, 147, pp. 395-408.

CHETCUTI ZAMMIT, L., SCERRI, K., ATTARD, M., BAJADA, T. and SCERRI, M.M., 2011. Spatio-temporal Analysis of Air Pollution Data in Malta, 11th International Conference of GeoComputation organised by the GeoComputation Community, University College London, UK, 20th - 22nd July 2011. 2011.