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Guiding Future Air Quality Management in California: Sensitivity to Changing Climate
Grant Number R830964
RFA: Assessing the Consequences of Global Change for Air Quality: Sensitivity of U.S. Air Quality to Climate Change and Future Global Impacts (2002)
Journal Article (8)
Presentation (19)
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Journal Article Day DA, Wooldridge PJ, Cohen RC. Observations of the effects of temperature on atmospheric HNO3, ΣANs, ΣPNs, and NOx: evidence for a temperature-dependent HOx source. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 2008;8(6):1867-1879. R830964 (2007)
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Journal Article Gentner DR, Harley RA, Miller AM, Goldstein AH. Diurnal and seasonal variability of gasoline-related volatile organic compound emissions in Riverside, California. Environmental Science & Technology 2009;43(12):4247-4252. R830964 (Final)
Journal Article Millstein DE, Harley RA. Impact of climate change on photochemical air pollution in southern California. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 2009;9(1):1561-1583. R830964 (Final)
Journal Article Rubin JI, Kean AJ, Harley RA, Millet DB, Goldstein AH. Temperature dependence of volatile organic compound evaporative emissions from motor vehicles. Journal of Geophysical Research--Atmospheres 2006;111(D3):D03305 (7 pp.). R830964 (2005)
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Journal Article Steiner AL, Tonse S, Cohen RC, Goldstein AH, Harley RA. Influence of future climate and emissions on regional air quality in California. Journal of Geophysical Research--Atmospheres2006;111(D18):D18303 (22 pp.). R830964 (2006)
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Journal Article Steiner AL, Tonse S, Cohen RC, Goldstein AH, Harley RA. Biogenic 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol increases regional ozone and HOx sources. Geophysical Research Letters 2007;34(15):L15806 (6 pp.). R830964 (2006)
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Journal Article Steiner AL, Cohen RC, Harley RA, Tonse S, Millet DB, Schade GW, Goldstein AH. VOC reactivity in central California: comparing an air quality model to ground-based measurements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 2008;8(2):351-368. R830964 (2007)
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Journal Article Weaver CP, Liang X-Z, Zhu J, Adams PJ, Amar P, Avise J, Caughey M, Chen J, Cohen RC, Cooter E, Dawson JP, Gilliam R, Gilliland A, Goldstein AH, Grambsch A, Grano D, Guenther A, Gustafson WI, Harley RA, He S, Hemming B, Hogrefe C, Huang H-C, Hunt SW, Jacob DJ, Kinney PL, Kunkel K, Lamarque J-F, Lamb B, Larkin NK, Leung LR, Liao K-J, Lin J-T, Lynn BH, Manomaiphiboon K, Mass C, McKenzie D, Mickley LJ, O'neill SM, Nolte C, Pandis SN, Racherla PN, Rosenzweig C, Russell AG, Salathe E, Steiner AL, Tagaris E, Tao Z, Tonse S, Wiedinmyer C, Williams A, Winner DA, Woo J-H, Wu S, Wuebbles DJ. A preliminary synthesis of modeled climate change impacts on U.S. regional ozone concentrations. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2009;90(12):1843-1863. R830960 (Final)
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Presentation Harley RA. Sensitivity of air quality in Central California to climate change. Seminar presented to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA, November 13, 2006. R830964 (2006)
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Presentation Harley RA. Sensitivity of air quality in Central California to climate change. Seminar presented to the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 20, 2006. R830964 (2006)
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Presentation Harley RA. Guiding future air quality management in California:sensitivity to changing climate. Presented at the U.S. EPA Meeting on Consequences of Global Change for Air Quality, Research Triangle Park, NC, February 20, 2007. R830964 (2006)
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Presentation Harley RA. Air quality management in California:sensitivity to changing climate. Presented to the California Air Resources Board, Sacramento, CA, July 2007 (invited). R830964 (Final)
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Presentation Harley RA. Air quality management in California: sensitivity to changing climate. Presented at the EPA Workshop on Impacts of Climate Change in the Pacific Southwest, San Francisco, CA, October 2007 (invited). R830964 (Final)
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Presentation Harley RA. Sensitivity of California’s air quality to climate change. Presented to the Technical Committee at the Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s Advisory Council Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 2008. R830964 (2007)
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Presentation Harley RA. Sensitivity of California’s air quality to climate change. Presented at the Berkeley Atmospheric Science Center seminar series, University of California, Berkeley, CA, March 2008. R830964 (Final)
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Presentation Harley RA. Air quality management in California: sensitivity to changing climate. Presented at the EPA Workshop on Impacts of Climate Change in the Pacific Southwest. San Francisco, CA, October 2007. R830964 (2007)
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Presentation Harley RA. Sensitivity of California’s air quality to climate change. Presented at the Berkeley Atmospheric Science Center Seminar Series, March 18, 2008. R830964 (2007)
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Presentation Shearer SN. Temperature dependent alkyl nitrate formation. Presented at the Annual Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 2007. R830964 (2007)
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Presentation Steiner AL. Oxygenated volatile organic compounds dominate reactivity in Central California. Poster presented at the American Geophysical Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 11, 2006. R830964 (2006)
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Presentation Steiner AL. Future climate alters VOC reactivity and potential control strategies in Central California. Poster presented at the California Energy Commission (CEC) Conference Third Annual Climate Change Research Conference, Sacramento, CA, September 14, 2006. R830964 (2006)
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Presentation Steiner AL. Future climate alters VOC reactivity and potential control strategies in Central California. Poster presented at the Berkeley Atmospheric Science Symposium, Berkeley, CA, September 29, 2006. R830964 (2006)
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Presentation Steiner AL. Biogenic 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol increases regional ozone and HOx sources. Poster presented at the Gordon Research Conference for Biogenic Hydrocarbons in the Atmosphere, February 25, 2007. R830964 (2006)
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Presentation Steiner AL. Atmospheric chemistry and climate change:the role of volatile organic compounds (VOC) in central California. Presented to the Department of Geosciences, University of Houston, November 2007. R830964 (2007)
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Presentation Steiner AL. Atmospheric chemistry and climate change:the role of volatile organic compounds (VOC) in central California. Presented to the Department of Chemistry, Kent State University, January 2008. R830964 (2007)
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Presentation Steiner AL. Atmospheric chemistry and climate change:the role of volatile organic compounds (VOC) in central California. Presented to the Department of Chemistry, Western Michigan University, October 2007. R830964 (2007)
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Presentation Steiner AL. Biogenic 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol increases regional ozone and HOx sources. Presented at the Gordon Research Conference on Biogenic Hydrocarbons and the Atmosphere, Ventura, CA, March 2007. R830964 (2007)
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Presentation Steiner AL. VOC reactivity in central California: comparing an air quality model to ground-based measurements. Presented at the Gordon Research Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry, Big Sky, MT, August 2007. R830964 (2007)
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