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Climatic Effects of 1950-2050 Changes in US Anthropogenic Aerosols.
Continued Research in Mesoscale Air Pollution Simulation Modeling. Volume 6. Further Studies in the Modeling of Microscale Phenomena.
Continued Research in Mesoscale Air Pollution Simulation Modeling. Volume 7. Mathematical Modeling of Urban Aerosol Dynamics.
Continued research in mesoscale air pollution simulation modeling. Volume I, Assessment of prior model evaluation studies and analysis of model validity and sensitivity /
Continued research in mesoscale air pollution simulation modeling. Volume IV, Examination of the feasibility of modeling photochemical aerosol dynamics /
Effect of vapor wall loss in laboratory chambers on yields of secondary organic aerosols /
Evaluation of chemical reaction mechanisms for photochemical smog, part 2, Quantitative evaluation of the mechanisms /
Evaluation of Chemical Reaction Mechanisms for Photochemical Smog. Part 2. Quantitative Evaluation of the Mechanisms (Revised).
Evaluation of Chemical Reaction Mechanisms for Photochemical Smog. Part 3. Sensitivity of EKMA (Empirical Kinetic Modeling Approach) to Chemical Mechanism and Input Parameters.
Evaluation of chemical reaction mechanisms for photochemical smog. part I, Mechanism descriptions and documentation /
Evaluation of chemical reaction mechanisms for photochemical smog. part I, Mechanism descriptions and documentations /
International conference on oxidants, 1976 : analysis of evidence and viewpoints : Part VI. The issue of air quality simulation model utility /
Simulation of Aerosol Dynamics: A Comparative Review of Mathematical Models.
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