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Sources and Radiative Properties of Organosulfates in the Atmosphere
Grant Number R835401
RFA: Anthropogenic Influences on Organic Aerosol Formation and Regional Climate Implications (2012)
Journal Article (5)
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Journal Article Budisulistiorini SH, Li X, Bairai ST, Renfro J, Liu Y, Liu YJ, McKinney KA, Martin ST, McNeill VF, Pye HOT, Nenes A, Neff ME, Stone EA, Mueller S, Knote C, Shaw SL, Zhang Z, Gold A, Surratt JD. Examining the effects of anthropogenic emissions on isoprene-derived secondary organic aerosol formation during the 2013 Southern Oxidant and Aerosol Study (SOAS) at the Look Rock, Tennessee ground site. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 2015;15(15):8871-8888. R835401 (2014)
R835401 (Final)
R835404 (2014)
R835404 (2015)
R835404 (Final)
R835410 (2013)
Journal Article Estillore AD, Hettiyadura AP, Qin Z, Leckrone E, Wombacher B, Humphry T, Stone EA, Grassian VH. Water uptake and hygroscopic growth of organosulfate aerosol. Environmental Science & Technology 2016;50(8):4259-4268. R835401 (Final)
Journal Article Hettiyadura APS, Stone EA, Kundu S, Baker Z, Geddes E, Richards K, Humphry T. Determination of atmospheric organosulfates using HILIC chromatography with MS detection. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 2015;8(6):2347-2358. R835401 (2014)
R835401 (Final)
Journal Article Rattanavaraha W, Chu K, Budisulistiorini SH, Riva M, Lin Y-H, Edgerton ES, Baumann K, Shaw SL, Guo H, King L, Weber RJ, Neff ME, Stone EA, Offenberg JH, Zhang Z, Gold A, Surratt JD. Assessing the impact of anthropogenic pollution on isoprene-derived secondary organic aerosol formation in PM2.5 collected from the Birmingham, Alabama, ground site during the 2013 Southern Oxidant and Aerosol Study. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 2016;16(8):4897-4914. R835401 (Final)
R835404 (2014)
R835404 (2015)
R835404 (Final)
R835410 (2013)
Journal Article Washenfelder RA, Attwood AR, Brock CA, Guo H, Xu L, Weber RJ, Ng NL, Allen HM, Ayres BR, Baumann K, Cohen RC, Draper DC, Duffey KC, Edgerton E, Fry JL, Hu WW, Jimenez JL, Palm BB, Romer P, Stone EA, Wooldridge PJ, Brown SS. Biomass burning dominates brown carbon absorption in the rural southeastern United States. Geophysical Research Letters 2015;42(2):653-664. R835399 (2014)
R835399 (Final)
R835401 (2014)
R835401 (Final)