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Aggregation and Episode Selection Scheme for EPA's Models-3 CMAQ.
Aggregation of Selected RADM Simulations to Estimate Annual Ambient Air Concentrations of Fine Particulate Matter.
Can Selected RADM Simulations Be Aggregated to Estimate Annual Concentrations of Fine Particulate Matter.
Climate Change Models and Forest Research.
Climate Data and Analysis for the New England Forest Health Monitoring Project (NEFHM/EMAP Forests).
General circulation model output for forest climate change research and applications /
General Circulation Model Output for Forest Climate Change Research and Applications.
Interim findings on the status of visibility research /
Methods for analyzing extreme events under climate change /
Preliminary Evaluation of Models-3 CMAQ Using Particulate Matter Data from the IMPROVE Network.
Rotated Principal Component Analysis of Total Column Ozone Obtained from TOMS for 1984-1989.
Simulating Atmospheric Exposure Using an Innovative Meteorological Sampling Scheme.
Spatiotemporal Variability of Non-Urban Ozone Concentrations Over the Eastern United States and Its Potential Replication by Satellite Data.
Spatiotemporal Variability of Total Column Ozone Derived from TOMS Using Rotated Principal Component Analysis.
Supporting the Data Needs of the Coastal Community 2: Hurricane Floyd Post-Event.
The role of climate in forest monitoring and assessment : a New England example /
Use of NEXRAD Stage IV Data in the Multimedia Modeling of Pollutant Transport.
Using Meteorological Model Output as a Surrogate for On-Site Observations to Predict Deposition Velocity.
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