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Integrating Observations and Modeling in Ozone Management Efforts
Grant Number R825260
RFA: Air Quality (1996)
Book Chapter (3)
Dissertation/Thesis (6)
Journal Article (15)
Proceedings (9)
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Book Chapter Chan D, Rao ST, Zurbenko IG, Porter PS. Linking changes in ozone to changes in emissions and meteorology. In: Brebbia CA, Jacobson M, Power H, eds. Air Pollution VII. Southampton, UK: WIT Press, Billerica, MA, 1999, Section 10, pp. 663-675.
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Book Chapter Rao ST, Hogrefe C, Sistla G, Wu S-Y, Hao W, Zalewsky EE, Zurbenko IG, Porter PS, Kallos G, Lagouvardos K, Kotroni V, Hansen DA, Smith M. An integrated modeling and observational approach for designing ozone control strategies for the eastern United States. In: Gryning S-E, Batchvarova E, eds. Air Pollution Modeling and Its Applications XIII. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic Plenum Publishers, 2000, Chapter 1, pp. 3-18.
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Book Chapter Rao S, Hogrefe C, Mao H, Biswas J, Zurbenko I, Porter P, Kasibhatla P, Hansen D. How should the photochemical modeling systems be used in guiding emissions management decisions? In: Gryning SE, Schiermeier F, editors. Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application XIV. Boston MA: Springer, 2004, Chapter 3, pp. 25-34.
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Dissertation/Thesis Biswas J. Uncertainties in the photochemical modeling of ozone and its precursors in the eastern United States. Ph.D. Dissertation, University at Albany, Albany, NY, August 2000.
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Dissertation/Thesis Brankov E. Influences of atmospheric transport of ozone and trace-level toxic air contaminants over the northeastern United States. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Albany, Albany, NY, August 1998.
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Dissertation/Thesis Chan D. Linking changes in ozone air quality to changes in meteorology and emissions. Master's Thesis, University of Albany, Albany, NY, December 1998.
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Dissertation/Thesis Hogrefe C. Evaluating the regional-scale photochemical modeling systems and using them for regulatory policy-making. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Albany, Albany, NY, August 2000.
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Dissertation/Thesis Milanchus ML. Evaluating the effectiveness of ozone management efforts in the presence of meteorological variability. Master's Thesis, University of Albany, Albany, NY, May 1997.
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Dissertation/Thesis Zhang J. Influences of atmospheric transport and vertical mixing on ambient ozone levels in the northeastern United States. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Albany, Albany, NY, December 1998.
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Journal Article Biswas J, Hogrefe C, Rao ST, Hao W, Sistla G. Evaluating the performance of regional-scale photochemical modeling systems. Part III-Precursor predictions. Atmospheric Environment 2001;35(35):6129-6149.
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Journal Article Biswas J, Rao ST. Uncertainties in episodic ozone modeling stemming from uncertainties in meteorological fields. Journal of Applied Meteorology 2001;40(2):117-136.
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Journal Article Brankov E, Rao ST, Porter PS. A trajectory-clustering-correlation methodology for examining the long-range transport of air pollutants. Atmospheric Environment 1998;32(9):1525-1534.
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Journal Article Eskridge RE, Ku JY, Rao ST, Porter PS, Zurbenko IG. Separating different scales of motion in time series of meteorological variables. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1997;78(7):1473-1483.
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Journal Article Hogrefe C, Rao ST, Zurbenko IG, Porter PS. Interpreting the information in ozone observations and model predictions relevant to regulatory policies in the Eastern United States. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2000;81(9):2083-2106.
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Journal Article Hogrefe C, Rao ST, Kasibhatla P, Kallos G, Tremback CJ, Hao W, Olerud D, Xiu A, McHenry J, Alapaty K. Evaluating the performance of regional-scale photochemical modeling systems: Part I--meteorological predictions. Atmospheric Environment 2001;35(24):4159-4174.
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Journal Article Hogrefe C, Rao ST, Kasibhatla P, Hao W, Sistla G, Mathur R, McHenry J. Evaluating the performance of regional-scale photochemical modeling systems: Part II--ozone predictions. Atmospheric Environment 2001;35(24):4175-4188.
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Journal Article Hogrefe C, Rao ST. Demonstrating attainment of the air quality standards:integration of observations and model predictions into the probabilistic framework. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 2001;51(7):1060-1072.
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Journal Article Milanchus ML, Rao ST, Zurbenko IG. Evaluating the effectiveness of ozone management efforts in the presence of meteorological variability. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 1998;48(3):201-215.
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Journal Article Porter PS, Rao ST, Zurbenko IG, Dunker AM, Wolff GT. Ozone air quality over North America: Part II-An analysis of trend detection and attribution techniques. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 2001;51(2):283-306.
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Journal Article Rao ST, Zurbenko IG, Neagu R, Porter PS, Ku JY, Henry RF. Space and time scales in ambient ozone data. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1997;78(10):2153-2166.
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Journal Article Sistla G, Hao W, Ku J-Y, Kallos G, Zhang KS, Mao HT, Rao ST. An operational evaluation of two regional-scale ozone air quality modeling systems over the eastern United States. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2001;82(5):945-964.
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Journal Article Wolff GT, Dunker AM, Rao ST, Porter PS, Zurbenko IG. Ozone air quality over North America: Part I--a review of reported trends. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 2001;51(2):273-282.
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Journal Article Zhang J, Rao ST. The role of vertical mixing in the temporal evolution of ground-level ozone concentrations. Journal of Applied Meteorology 1999;38(12):1674-1691.
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Journal Article Zurbenko I, Sowizral M. Resolution of the destructive effect of noise on linear regression of two time series. Far East Journal of Theoretical Statistics 1999;3(1):139-157.
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Proceedings Biswas J, Hogrefe C, Rao ST. Spatio-temporal analysis of ozone, precursors and indicator species over the eastern United States. In:Preprints, Symposium on Interdisciplinary Issues in Atmospheric Chemistry, Dallas, TX, American Meteorological Society, January 10-15, 1999, pp. 50-57.
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Proceedings Biswas J, Rao ST. A diagnostic assessment of the uam-v photochemical model with two meteorological drivers:RAMS3b versus MM5. In:Proceedings of the Air & Waste Management Association's 92nd Annual Meeting and Exhibition, St. Louis, MO, June 20-24, 1999.
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Proceedings Biswas J, Rao ST, Zhang K, Seaman N. Sensitivity of the regional ozone modeling results to different physical processes within a meteorological model. In:Preprints, 11th Joint Conference on the Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology with the Air & Waste Management Association, Long Beach, CA, American Meteorological Society, January 10-13, 2000, pp. 121-126.
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Proceedings Hogrefe C, Rao ST, Zurbenko IG, Porter PS. Information in ozone observations and model predictions on different time scales. In: Proceedings of the Air and Waste 92nd Annual Meeting and Exhibition, St. Louis, MO, June 20-24, 1999.
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Proceedings Hogrefe C, Rao ST. Evaluating meteorological input variables for seasonal photochemical modeling on different time scales. In:Preprints, 11th Joint Conference on the Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology with the Air & Waste Management Association, Long Beach, CA, American Meteorological Society, January 10-13, 2000, pp. 132-137.
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Proceedings Hogrefe C, Rao ST, Zurbenko IG. Seasonal photochemical modeling over the eastern United States:model performance on different space and time scales and implications to the use of models in a regulatory setting. In:Preprints, Symposium on Interdisciplinary Issues in Atmospheric Chemistry, Dallas, TX, American Meteorological Society, January 10-15, 1999, pp. 42-49.
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Proceedings Milanchus ML, Rao ST, Zurbenko IG. Filtering the effects of meteorology on ambient ozone concentrations. In: Proceedings of the Air & Waste Management Association's 90th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 8-13, 1997.
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Proceedings Rao ST, Hogrefe C, Mao H, Hao W, Ku J-Y, Sistla G, Zhang K, Biswas J, Kasibhatla P, Hansen DA. Using photochemical modeling systems in designing emission control strategies. In: Proceedings of the 15th International Clean Air and Environment Conference, Sydney Australia, November 26-30, 2000, pp. 159-164.
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Proceedings Rao ST, Hogrefe C, Biswas J, Mao H, Zurbenko IG, Porter PS. How should the photochemical modeling systems be used in guiding emissions management decisions? In: Proceedings of the Millennium NATO/CCMS International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modeling and Its Applications, Boulder, CO, May 15-19, 2000, pp. 19-26.
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