|Title:||Associate Professor - Chemistry|
Teaches introductory and elementary chemistry lecture and lab (Chem 1010, 1110, 1115). General Chemistry (Chem 1210 and 1220), and Environmental Chemistry (Chem 3020).
Fern Caka has been a faculty member since 2001.
- Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from BYU, 1993
- M.S. in Analytical Chemistry from BYU, 1990
- B.A. in Chemistry from BYU, 1987
- PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS I AM ASSOCIATED WITH:
- American Chemical Society
- The Formation of Sulfate in the Desert Southwest During Project MOHAVE, Proceedings of Air and Waste Management (A&WMA) International Specialty Conference on Aerosols and Atmospheric Optics, 1994
- The Conversion of SO2 to Sulfate in the Atmosphere, Israel J. Chem, 1994
- Studies in Atmospheric Chemistry. Dissertation, Brigham Young University, 1993
- Particulate Sulfate and SO2 in the Grand Canyon during Project MOHAVE, Proceedings, 86th Annual Meeting of A&WMA, Denver, CO, 1993
- Sulfate and Nitrate Formation in Utah Valley During Winter Inversions, Proceedings, 85th Annual Meeting of A&WMA, Kansas City,, 1992
- Environmental Tobacco Smoke in Commercial Aircraft, Atmospheric Environment, 1992
- An Intercomparison of Sampling Techniques for Nicotine in Indoor Environments, Environmental Science and Technology, 1990