Bingham Center Director and Research Associate Professor
Seth directs Utah State University’s Bingham Entrepreneurship & Energy Research Center, located in Vernal, and is a Research Associate Professor in USU's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He has a doctoral degree in Environmental Science and Health, and his expertise is in atmospheric measurements, instrumentation, and analysis. Research at the Bingham Center focuses on the environmental outcomes of energy production, especially air quality impacts from oil and gas development. Seth and his colleagues at the Bingham Center have carried out projects to quantify emissions of organic compounds from various oil and gas sources, understand the conditions that lead to wintertime ozone production in the Rocky Mountain region, and develop computer models of atmospheric emissions and air quality.