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Alvarado, et al. Evaluating Model Parameterizations of Submicron Aerosol Scattering and Absorption with In Situ Data from ARCTAS 2008. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics.
Sawamura, et al. HSRL-2 aerosol optical measurements and microphysical retrievals vs. airborne in situ measurements during DISCOVER-AQ 2013: an intercomparison study. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics.
Moore et al. Biofuel blending reduces particle emissions from aircraft engines at cruise conditions. Nature
Beyersdorf, et al. The impacts of aerosol loading, composition, and water uptake on aerosol extinction variability in the Baltimore–Washington, D.C. region. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics.
Brock, et al. Aerosol optical properties in the southeastern United States in summer – Part 1: Hygroscopic growth. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics.
Brock, et al. Aerosol optical properties in the southeastern United States in summer – Part 2: Sensitivity of aerosol optical depth to relative humidity and aerosol parameters. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics.
Corr, et al. Observational evidence for the convective transport of dust over the Central United States. Journal of Geophysical Research.
Liu, et al. Agricultural fires in the southeastern U.S. during SEAC4RS: Emissions of trace gases and particles and evolution of ozone, reactive nitrogen, and organic aerosol. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres.
Muller, et al. In situ measurements and modeling of reactive trace gases in a small biomass burning plume. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics.
Orozco, et al. Hygrosopicity measurements of aerosol particles in the San Joaquin Valley, CA, Baltimore, MD, and Golden, CO. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres.
Perring et al. In-situ measurements of water uptake by black carbon -containing aerosol in wildfire plumes. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres.
Pusede, et al. On the effectiveness of nitrogen oxide reductions as a control over ammonium nitrate aerosol. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics.
Schwarz et al. Aircraft measurements of black carbon vertical profiles show upper tropospheric variability and stability. Geophysical Research Letters .
Shingler, et al. Airborne Characterization of Sub-saturated Aerosol Hygroscopicity and Dry Refractive Index from the Surface to 6.5 km during the SEAC4RS Campaign. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres.
Zamora, et al. Aircraft-measured indirect cloud effects from biomass burning smoke in the Arctic and subarctic. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics.
Ziemba et al. Airborne Observations of Bioaerosol over the Southeast United States using a Wideband Integrated Bioaerosol Sensor (WIBS-4A). Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres.
Chu, et al. Regional characteristics of the relationship between columnar AOD and surface PM2.5: Application of lidar aerosol extinction profiles over Baltimore–Washington Corridor during DISCOVER-AQ. Atmospheric Environment.
Forrister, et al. Evolution of brown carbon in wildfire plumes. Geophysical Research Letters.
Jordan, et al. Spectral Aerosol Extinction (SpEx): a new instrument for in situ ambient aerosol extinction measurements across the UV/visible wavelength range. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques.
Liao, et al. Airborne measurements of organosulfates over the continental U.S. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres.
Liu, et al. Brown carbon aerosol in the North American continental troposphere: sources, abundance, and radiative forcing. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics.
Miller, et al. Ammonia and methane dairy emission plumes in the San Joaquin Valley of California from individual feedlot to regional scales. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres.
Moore, et al. Influence of Jet Fuel Composition on Aircraft Engine Emissions: A Synthesis of Aerosol Emissions Data from the NASA APEX, AAFEX, and ACCESS Missions. Energy & Fuels.
Saide, et al. Revealing important nocturnal and day-to-day variations in fire smoke emissions through a multiplatform inversion. Geophysical Research Letters.
Wagner, et al. In situ vertical profiles of aerosol extinction, mass, and composition over the southeast United States during SENEX and SEAC4RS: observations of a modest aerosol enhancement aloft. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics.
Beyersdorf, et al. Reductions in aircraft particulate emissions due to the use of Fischer–Tropsch fuels. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.
Crumeyrolle, et al. Reconciling Surface-Based Aerosol Retrievals with In-situ Aircraft Measurements in the Baltimore-Washington Area during DISCOVER-AQ. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.
Duncan, et al. Satellite Data of Atmospheric Pollution for U.S. Air Quality Applications: Examples of Applications, Summary of Data End-User Resources, Answers to FAQs, and Common Mistakes to Avoid. Atmospheric Environment.
Eck, et al. Observations of rapid aerosol optical depth enhancements in the vicinity of polluted cumulus clouds. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.
Liu, et al. Brown carbon in the continental troposphere. Geophysical Research Letters.
Moore, et al. Mapping of Operation of the Miniature Combustion Aerosol Standard (mini-CAST) Soot Generator. Aerosol Science and Technology.
Schafer, et al. Intercomparison of aerosol optical and micro-physical properties derived from AERONET surface radiometers and LARGE in-situ aircraft profiles during the 2011 DRAGON-MD and DISCOVER-AQ experiments. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres.
Sawamura, et al. Aerosol optical and microphysical retrievals from a hybrid multiwavelength lidar dataset - DISCOVER-AQ 2011. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques.
DeLeon, et al. Microbiome of the upper troposphere: Species composition and prevalence, effects of tropical storms, and atmospheric implications. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Lathem, et al. Analysis of CCN activity of Arctic aerosol and Canadian biomass burning during summer 2008. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.
Wong, et al. Laboratory and modeling studies on the effects of water and soot emissions and ambient conditions on the properties of contrail ice particles in the jet regime. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.
Ziemba, et al. Airborne observations of aerosol extinction by in situ and remote-sensing techniques: Evaluation of particle hygroscopicity. Geophysical Research Letters.
Beyersdorf, et al. Power-dependent speciation of volatile organic compounds in aircraft exhaust. Atmospheric Environment.
Corr, et al. Spectral absorption of biomass burning aerosol determined from retrieved single scattering albedo during ARCTAS. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.
Kinsey, et al. Determination of the emissions from an aircraft auxiliary power unit (APU) during the Alternative Aviation Fuel Experiment (AAFEX). Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association.
Yu, et al. Identification of Lubrication Oil in the Particulate Matter Emissions from Engine Exhaust of In-Service Commercial Aircraft. Environmental Science & Technology.
Heintzenberg, et al. Near-global aerosol mapping in the upper troposphere and lowermost stratosphere with data from the CARIBIC project. Tellus B.
Nowottnick, et al. Online simulations of mineral dust aerosol distributions: Comparisons to NAMMA observations and sensitivity to dust emission parameterization. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres.
Timko, et al. Particulate Emissions of Gas Turbine Engine Combustion of a Fischer-Tropsch Synthetic Fuel. Energy & Fuels.
Herndon, et al. Aircraft Hydrocarbon Emissions at Oakland International Airport. Environmental Science & Technology.
Ismail, et al. LASE Measurements of Water Vapor, Aerosol, and Cloud Distributions in Saharan Air Layers and Tropical Disturbances. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences.
McNaughton, et al. Observations of heterogeneous reactions between Asian pollution and mineral dust over the Eastern North Pacific during INTEX-B. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.
Onasch, et al. Chemical Properties of aircraft engine particulate exhaust emissions. Journal of Propulsion & Power.
Twohy, et al. Saharan dust particles nucleate droplets in eastern Atlantic clouds. Geophysical Research Letters.
Zipser, et al. The Saharan air layer and the fate of the African Easterly Waves; NASA’s AMMA field study of tropical cyclogenesis. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.
Fried, et al. Role of convection in redistributing formaldehyde to the upper troposphere over North America and the North Atlantic during the summer 2004 INTEX campaign. Journal of Geophysical Research.
McConnell, et al. Seasonal variations of the physical and optical characteristics of Saharan dust: Results from the Dust Outflow and Deposition to the Ocean (DODO) experiment. Journal of Geophysical Research.
Thornhill, et al. The impact of local sources and long-range transport on aerosol properties over the northeast US region during INTEX-NA. Journal of Geophysical Research.
Clarke, et al. Biomass burning and pollution aerosol over North America: Organic components and their influence on spectral optical properties and humidification response. Journal of Geophysical Research.
Gamblin, et al. Nitric acid condensation on ice: 2. Kinetic limitations, a possible "cloud clock'' for determining cloud parcel lifetime. Journal of Geophysical Research.
McNaughton, et al. Results from the DC-8 Inlet Characterization Experiment (DICE): Airborne versus surface sampling of mineral dust and sea salt aerosols. Aerosol Science & Technology.
Shinozuka, et al. Aircraft profiles of aerosol microphysics and optical properties over North Aerosol optical depth and its association with PM2.5 and water uptake. Journal of Geophysical Research.
Wey, et al. Overview on the aircraft particle emissions experiment. Journal of Propulsion & Power.
Anderson, et al. Hydrocarbon emissions from a modern commercial airliner. Atmospheric Environment.
Gamblin, et al. Nitric acid condensation on ice: 1. Non-HNO3 constituent of NOy condensing cirrus particles on upper tropospheric. Journal of Geophysical Research.
Gao, et al. Measurements of relative humidity in a persistent contrail. Atmospheric Environment.
Kwan, et al. On the flux of oxygenated volatile organic compounds from organic aerosol oxidation. Geophysical Research Letters.
Jordan, et al. Uptake of sulfate and nitrate on dust aerosols during TRACE-P. Journal of Geophysical Research.
Jordan, et al. Chemical and physical properties of bulk aerosols within four sectors observed during TRACE-P. Journal of Geophysical Research.
Thornhill, et al. Air motion intercomparison flights during Transport and Chemical Evolution in the Pacific (TRACE-P)/ACE-ASIA. Journal of Geophysical Research.
Vay, et al. An assessment of aircraft-generated contamination on in situ trace gas measurements: Determinations from empirical data acquired aloft. Journal of Atmospheric & Oceanic Technology.
Weber, et al. Nucleation in the equatorial Pacific during PEM-Tropics B: Enhanced boundary layer H2SO4 with no particle production. Journal of Geophysical Research.