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    1. Schmid, H; Bauer, H; Ellinger, R; Fuerhacker, M; Sree, U; Puxbaum, H
      Emissions of NO, TVOC, CO2, and aerosols from a pilot-scale wastewater treatment plant with intermittent aeration

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    2. Karlik, JF; Winer, AM
      Measured isoprene emission rates of plants in California landscapes: comparison to estimates from taxonomic relationships

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    3. Boissard, C; Cao, XL; Juan, CY; Hewitt, CN; Gallagher, M
      Seasonal variations in VOC emission rates from gorse (Ulex europaeus)

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    4. Sabillon, D; Cremades, LV
      Diurnal and seasonal variation of monoterpene emission rates for two typical Mediterranean species (Pinus pinea and Quercus ilex) from field measurements-relationship with temperature and PAR

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    5. Hayward, S; Muncey, RJ; James, AE; Halsall, CJ; Hewitt, CN
      Monoterpene emissions from soil in a Sitka spruce forest

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    6. Geron, C; Harley, P; Guenther, A
      Isoprene emission capacity for US tree species

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    7. Sharkey, TD; Yeh, SS
      Isoprene emission from plants

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    8. Wada, ET; Sterling, AM
      Development and evaluation of a mass spectrometer-based continuous emission monitor for volatile organic compound emmissions from combustion devices

      WASTE MANAGEMENT
    9. Serca, D; Guenther, A; Klinger, L; Vierling, L; Harley, P; Druilhet, A; Greenberg, J; Baker, B; Baugh, W; Bouka-Biona, C; Loemba-Ndembi, J
      EXPRESSO flux measurements at upland and lowland Congo tropical forest site

      TELLUS SERIES B-CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL METEOROLOGY
    10. Karlik, JF; Winer, AM
      Plant species composition, calculated leaf masses and estimated biogenic emissions of urban landscape types from a field survey in Phoenix, Arizona

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    11. Hanson, DT; Sharkey, TD
      Rate of acclimation of the capacity for isoprene emission in response to light and temperature

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    12. Rapparini, F; Baraldi, R; Facini, O
      Seasonal variation of monoterpene emission from Malus domestica and Prunusavium

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    13. Bey, I; Aumont, B; Toupance, G
      A modeling study of the nighttime radical chemistry in the lower continental troposphere 1. Development of a detailed chemical mechanism including nighttime chemistry

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    14. Lehning, A; Zimmer, W; Zimmer, I; Schnitzler, JP
      Modeling of annual variations of oak (Quercus robur L.) isoprene synthase activity to predict isoprene emission rates

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    15. Bey, I; Jacob, DJ; Yantosca, RM; Logan, JA; Field, BD; Fiore, AM; Li, QB; Liu, HGY; Mickley, LJ; Schultz, MG
      Global modeling of tropospheric chemistry with assimilated meteorology: Model description and evaluation

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    16. Phadnis, MJ; Carmichael, GR
      Forest fire in the Boreal Region of China and its impact on the photochemical oxidant cycle of East Asia

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    17. Granier, C; Petron, G; Muller, JF; Brasseur, G
      The impact of natural and anthropogenic hydrocarbons on the tropospheric budget of carbon monoxide

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    18. Wiedinmyer, C; Strange, IW; Estes, M; Yarwood, G; Allen, DT
      Biogenic hydrocarbon emission estimates for North Central Texas

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    19. Christensen, CS; Hummelshoj, P; Jensen, NO; Larsen, B; Lohse, C; Pilegaard, K; Skov, H
      Determination of the terpene flux from orange species and Norway spruce byrelaxed eddy accumulation

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    20. Geron, C; Rasmussen, R; Arnts, RR; Guenther, A
      A review and synthesis of monoterpene speciation from forests in the United States

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    21. Diem, JE; Comrie, AC
      Integrating remote sensing and local vegetation information for a high-resolution biogenic emissions inventory - Application to an urbanized, semiarid region

      JOURNAL OF THE AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
    22. Rinne, J; Tuovinen, JP; Laurila, T; Hakola, H; Aurela, M; Hypen, H
      Measurements of hydrocarbon fluxes by a gradient method above a northern boreal forest

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    23. Staudt, M; Bertin, N; Frenzel, B; Seufert, G
      Seasonal variation in amount and composition of monoterpenes emitted by young Pinus pinea trees - Implications for emission modeling

      JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY
    24. Llusia, J; Penuelas, J
      Seasonal patterns of terpene content and emission from seven Mediterraneanwoody species in field conditions

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    25. Orlando, JJ; Noziere, B; Tyndall, GS; Orzechowska, GE; Paulson, SE; Rudich, Y
      Product studies of the OH- and ozone-initiated oxidation of some monoterpenes

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    26. Owen, SM; Hewitt, CN
      Extrapolating branch enclosure measurements to estimates of regional scalebiogenic VOC fluxes in the northwestern Mediterranean basin

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    27. Spivakovsky, CM; Logan, JA; Montzka, SA; Balkanski, YJ; Foreman-Fowler, M; Jones, DBA; Horowitz, LW; Fusco, AC; Brenninkmeijer, CAM; Prather, MJ; Wofsy, SC; McElroy, MB
      Three-dimensional climatological distribution of tropospheric OH: Update and evaluation

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    28. Schaab, G; Steinbrecher, R; Lacaze, B; Lenz, R
      Assessment of long-term vegetation changes on potential isoprenoid emission for a Mediterranean-type ecosystem in France

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    29. Wild, O; Prather, MJ
      Excitation of the primary tropospheric chemical mode in a global three-dimensional model

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    30. Guenther, A; Archer, S; Greenberg, J; Harley, P; Helmig, D; Klinger, L; Vierling, L; Wildermuth, M; Zimmerman, P; Zitzer, S
      Biogenic hydrocarbon emissions and landcover/climate change in a subtropical savanna

      PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF THE EARTH PART B-HYDROLOGY OCEANS AND ATMOSPHERE
    31. Constable, JVH; Guenther, AB; Schimel, DS; Monson, RK
      Modelling changes in VOC emission in response to climate change in the continental United States

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    32. Thakur, AN; Singh, HB; Mariani, P; Chen, Y; Wang, Y; Jacob, DJ; Brasseur, G; Muller, JF; Lawrence, M
      Distribution of reactive nitrogen species in the remote free troposphere: data and model comparisons

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    33. Lerdau, MT; Throop, HL
      Isoprene emission and photosynthesis in a tropical forest canopy: Implications for model development

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    34. Sharkey, TD; Singsaas, EL; Lerdau, MT; Geron, CD
      Weather effects on isoprene emission capacity and applications in emissions algorithms

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    35. Winterhalter, R; Neeb, P; Grossmann, D; Kolloff, A; Horie, O; Moortgat, G
      Products and mechanism of the gas phase reaction of ozone with beta-pinene

      JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY
    36. Penuelas, J; Llusia, J
      Short-term responses of terpene emission rates to experimental changes of PFD in Pinus halepensis and Quercus ilex in summer field conditions

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    37. Martin, RS; Villanueva, I; Zhang, JY; Popp, CJ
      Nonmethane hydrocarbon, monocarboxylic acid, and low molecular weight aldehyde and ketone emissions from vegetation in central New Mexico

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    38. Simpson, D; Winiwarter, W; Borjesson, G; Cinderby, S; Ferreiro, A; Guenther, A; Hewitt, CN; Janson, R; Khalil, MAK; Owen, S; Pierce, TE; Puxbaum, H; Shearer, M; Skiba, U; Steinbrecher, R; Tarrason, L; Oquist, MG
      Inventorying emissions from nature in Europe

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    39. Makar, PA; Fuentes, JD; Wang, D; Staebler, RM; Wiebe, HA
      Chemical processing of biogenic hydrocarbons within and above a temperate deciduous forest

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    40. Guenther, A; Baugh, B; Brasseur, G; Greenberg, J; Harley, P; Klinger, L; Serca, D; Vierling, L
      Isoprene emission estimates and uncertainties for the Central African EXPRESSO study domain

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    41. Baker, B; Guenther, A; Greenberg, J; Goldstein, A; Fall, R
      Canopy fluxes of 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol over a ponderosa pine forest by relaxed eddy accumulation: Field data and model comparison

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    42. Doskey, PV; Gao, WG
      Vertical mixing and chemistry of isoprene in the atmospheric boundary layer: Aircraft-based measurements and numerical modeling

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    43. WANG YH; JACOB DJ; LOGAN JA
      GLOBAL SIMULATION OF TROPOSPHERIC O-3-NOX-HYDROCARBON CHEMISTRY 1 - MODEL FORMULATION

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    44. SINGH HB; OHARA D; HERLTH D; SACHSE W; BLAKE DR; BRADSHAW JD; KANAKIDOU M; CRUTZEN PJ
      ACETONE IN THE ATMOSPHERE - DISTRIBUTION, SOURCES, AND SINKS

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES


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