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    1. Cantanho, ADA; Artaxo, P
      Wintertime and summertime Sao Paulo aerosol source apportionment study

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    2. Lucey, D; Hadjiiski, L; Hopke, PK; Scudlark, JR; Church, T
      Identification of sources of pollutants in precipitation measured at the mid-Atlantic US coast using potential source contribution function (PSCF)

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    3. Harrison, RM; Yin, JX; Mark, D; Stedman, J; Appleby, RS; Booker, J; Moorcroft, S
      Studies of the coarse particle (2.5-10 mu m) component in UK urban atmospheres

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    4. Roosli, M; Theis, G; Kunzli, N; Staehelin, J; Mathys, P; Oglesby, L; Camenzind, M; Braun-Fahrlander, C
      Temporal and spatial variation of the chemical composition of PM10 at urban and rural sites in the Basel area, Switzerland

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    5. Stedman, JR; Linehan, E; Conlan, B
      Receptor modelling of PM10 concentrations at a United Kingdom national network monitoring site in central London

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    6. Mendoza-Dominguez, A; Russel, AG
      Estimation of emission adjustments from the application of four-dimensional data assimilation to photochemical air quality modeling

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    7. Hien, PD; Binh, NT; Truong, Y; Ngo, NT; Sieu, LN
      Comparative receptor modelling study of TSP, PM2 and PM2-10 in Ho Chi MinhCity

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    8. Lenschow, P; Abraham, HJ; Kutzner, K; Lutz, M; Preuss, JD; Reichenbacher, W
      Some ideas about the sources of PM10

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    9. Wahlin, P; Palmgren, F; Van Dingenen, R
      Experimental studies of ultrafine particles in streets and the relationship to traffic

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    10. Marvin, C; Coakley, J; Mayer, T; Brown, M; Thiessen, L
      Application of faecal sterol ratios in sediments and effluents as source tracers

      WATER QUALITY RESEARCH JOURNAL OF CANADA
    11. Anderson, MJ; Miller, SL; Milford, JB
      Source apportionment of exposure to toxic volatile organic compounds usingpositive matrix factorization

      JOURNAL OF EXPOSURE ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    12. Garivait, H; Polprasert, C; Yoshizumi, K; Reutergardh, LB
      Airborne polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in Bangkok urban air: PartII. Level and distribution

      POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
    13. Kim, BA; Tomiyasu, B; Owari, M; Nihei, Y
      Individual particle analysis for source apportionment of suspended particulate matter using electron probe microanalysis

      SURFACE AND INTERFACE ANALYSIS
    14. Watson, JG; Chow, JC
      Source characterization of major emission sources in the Imperial and Mexicali Valleys along the US/Mexico border

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    15. Eatough, DJ; Green, M; Moran, W; Farber, R
      Potential particulate impacts at the Grand Canyon from northwestern Mexico

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    16. Fujita, EM
      Hydrocarbon source apportionment for the 1996 Paso del Norte Ozone Study

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    17. Mazzera, DM; Lowenthal, DH; Chow, JC; Watson, JG
      Sources of PM10 and sulfate aerosol at McMurdo station, Antarctica

      CHEMOSPHERE
    18. Watson, JG; Chow, JC; Houck, JE
      PM2.5 chemical source profiles for vehicle exhaust, vegetative burning, geological material, and coal burning in Northwestern Colorado during 1995

      CHEMOSPHERE
    19. Simoneit, BRT; Elias, VO
      Detecting organic tracers from biomass burning in the atmosphere

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    20. Schauer, JJ; Kleeman, MJ; Cass, GR; Simoneit, BRT
      Measurement of emissions from air pollution sources. 3. C-1-C-29 organic compounds from fireplace combustion of wood

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    21. Fine, PM; Cass, GR; Simoneit, BRT
      Chemical characterization of fine particle emissions from fireplace combustion of woods grown in the northeastern United States

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    22. Nolte, CG; Schauer, JJ; Cass, GR; Simoneit, BRT
      Highly polar organic compounds present in wood smoke and in the ambient atmosphere

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    23. Song, XH; Faber, NM; Hopke, PK; Suess, DT; Prather, KA; Schauer, JJ; Cass, GR
      Source apportionment of gasoline and diesel by multivariate calibration based on single particle mass spectral data

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    24. Schell, B; Ackermann, IJ; Hass, H; Binkowski, FS; Ebel, A
      Modeling the formation of secondary organic aerosol within a comprehensiveair quality model system

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    25. Pakkanen, TA; Kerminen, VM; Ojanen, CH; Hillamo, RE; Aarnio, P; Koskentalo, T
      Atmospheric black carbon in Helsinki

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    26. Artaxo, P; de Campos, RC; Fernandes, ET; Martins, JV; Xiao, ZF; Lindqvist, O; Fernandez-Jimenez, MT; Maenhaut, W
      Large scale mercury and trace element measurements in the Amazon basin

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    27. Kulkarni, P; Venkataraman, C
      Atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Mumbai, India

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    28. Kim, BM; Henry, RC
      Application of SAFER model to the Los Angeles PM10 data

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    29. Chow, JC; Watson, JG; Green, MC; Lowenthal, DH; Bates, B; Oslund, W; Torres, G
      Cross-border transport and spatial variability of suspended particles in Mexicali and California's Imperial Valley

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    30. Marvin, C; Allan, L; Bryant, D; McCarry, B
      Use of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) as a bioindicator for aromatic hydrocarbons in Hamilton Harbour

      WATER QUALITY RESEARCH JOURNAL OF CANADA
    31. Gebhart, KA; Malm, WC; Flores, M
      A preliminary look at source-receptor relationships in the Texas-Mexico border area

      JOURNAL OF THE AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
    32. Kim, BM; Teffera, S; Zeldin, MD
      Characterization of PM2.5 and PM10 in the South Coast Air Basin of southern California: Part 1 - Spatial variations

      JOURNAL OF THE AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
    33. Christoforou, CS; Salmon, LG; Hannigan, MP; Solomon, PA; Cass, GR
      Trends in fine particle concentration and chemical composition in SouthernCalifornia

      JOURNAL OF THE AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
    34. McRae, C; Sun, CG; McMillan, CF; Snape, CE; Fallick, AE
      Sourcing of fossil fuel-derived PAH in the environment

      POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
    35. Marvin, CH; Li, CL; Allan, LM; McCarry, BE
      Isolation and characterization of sulfur-containing polycyclic aromatic compounds (thia-arenes) from complex environmental mixtures

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    36. Cohen, DD; Garton, D; Stelcer, E
      Multi-elemental methods for fine particle source apportionment at the global baseline station at Cape Grim, Tasmania

      NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS
    37. Wainman, T; Zhang, JF; Weschler, CJ; Lioy, PJ
      Ozone and limonene in indoor air: A source of submicron particle exposure

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    38. Laden, F; Neas, LM; Dockery, DW; Schwartz, J
      Association of fine particulate matter from different sources with daily mortality in six US cities

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    39. Gertler, AW; Gillies, JA; Pierson, WR
      An assessment of the mobile source contribution to PM10 and PM2.5 in the United States

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    40. Chan, YC; Vowles, PD; McTainsh, GH; Simpson, RW; Cohen, DD; Bailey, GM; McOrist, GD
      Characterisation and source identification of PM10 aerosol samples collected with a high volume cascade impactor in Brisbane (Australia)

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    41. Pryor, SC; Barthelmie, RJ
      REVEAL II: Seasonality and spatial variability of particle and visibility conditions in the Fraser Valley

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    42. Marvin, CH; McCarry, BE; Villella, J; Allan, LM; Bryant, DW
      Chemical and biological profiles of sediments as indicators of sources of genotoxic contamination in Hamilton Harbour. Part I: Analysis of polycyclicaromatic hydrocarbons and thia-arene compounds

      CHEMOSPHERE
    43. Dickhut, RM; Canuel, EA; Gustafson, KE; Liu, K; Arzayus, KM; Walker, SE; Edgecombe, G; Gaylor, MO; Macdonald, EH
      Automotive sources of carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons associated with particulate matter in the Chesapeake Bay region

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    44. McDonald, RD; Zielinska, B; Fujita, EM; Sagebiel, JC; Chow, JC; Watson, JG
      Fine particle and gaseous emission rates from residential wood combustion

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    45. Wang, J; Guo, P; Li, X; Zhu, J; Reinert, T; Heitmann, J; Spemann, D; Vogt, J; Flagmeyer, RH; Butz, T
      Source identification of lead pollution in the atmosphere of Shanghai Cityby analyzing single aerosol particles (SAP)

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    46. Gross, DS; Galli, ME; Silva, PJ; Prather, KA
      Relative sensitivity factors for alkali metal and ammonium cations in single particle aerosol time-of-flight mass spectra

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    47. Simcik, MF; Eisenreich, SJ; Lioy, PJ
      Source apportionment and source/sink relationships of PAHs in the coastal atmosphere of Chicago and Lake Michigan

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    48. Richards, LW; Alcorn, SH; McDade, C; Couture, T; Lowenthal, D; Chow, JC; Watson, JG
      Optical properties of the San Joaquin Valley aerosol collected during the 1995 integrated monitoring study

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    49. Aberg, G; Pacyna, JM; Stray, H; Skjelkvale, BL
      The origin of atmospheric lead in Oslo, Norway, studied with the use of isotopic ratios

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    50. Hien, PD; Binh, NT; Truong, Y; Ngo, NT
      Temporal variations of source impacts at the receptor, as derived from airparticulate monitoring data in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    51. Lee, E; Chan, CK; Paatero, P
      Application of positive matrix factorization in source apportionment of particulate pollutants in Hong Kong

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    52. Kirchstetter, TW; Harley, RA; Kreisberg, NM; Stolzenburg, MR; Hering, SV
      On-road measurement of fine particle and nitrogen oxide emissions from light- and heavy-duty motor vehicles

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    53. Reich, SL; Gomez, DR; Dawidowski, LE
      Artificial neural network for the identification of unknown air pollution sources

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    54. Rose, NL; Juggins, S; Watt, J
      The characterisation of carbonaceous fly-ash particles from major Europeanfossil-fuel types and applications to environmental samples

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    55. Castro, LM; Pio, CA; Harrison, RM; Smith, DJT
      Carbonaceous aerosol in urban and rural European atmospheres: estimation of secondary organic carbon concentrations

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    56. Blanchard, CL
      Methods for attributing ambient air pollutants to emission sources

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
    57. Smith, DJT
      Concentrations, trends and profiles of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons inthe UK atmosphere

      FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN
    58. Behrendt, H; Kornmilch, M; Korol, R; Stronska, M; Pagenkopf, WG
      Point and diffuse nutrient emissions and transports in the Odra basin and its main tributaries

      ACTA HYDROCHIMICA ET HYDROBIOLOGICA
    59. Liden, R; Vasilyev, A; Stalnacke, P; Loigu, E; Wittgren, HB
      Nitrogen source apportionment - a comparison between a dynamic and a statistical model

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    60. Carlton, AG; Turpin, BJ; Johnson, W; Buckley, BT; Simcik, M; Eisenreich, SJ; Porcja, RJ
      Microanalysis methods for characterization of personal aerosol exposures

      AEROSOL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    61. Artaxo, P; Castanho, AD; Yamasoe, MA; Martins, JV; Longo, KM
      Analysis of atmospheric aerosols by PIXE: the importance of real time and complementary measurements

      NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS
    62. Piketh, SJ; Formenti, P; Annegarn, HJ; Tyson, PD
      Industrial aerosol characterisation at a remote site in South Africa

      NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS
    63. Artaxo, P; Oyola, P; Martinez, R
      Aerosol composition and source apportionment in Santiago de Chile

      NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS
    64. Nouchpramool, S; Sumitra, T; Leenanuphunt, V
      Characterization of airborne particulates in Bangkok urban area by neutronactivation analysis

      BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH
    65. Papageorgopoulou, A; Manoli, E; Touloumi, E; Samara, C
      Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the ambient air of Greek towns in relation to other atmospheric pollutants

      CHEMOSPHERE
    66. Prendes, P; Andrade, JM; Lopez-Mahia, P; Prada, D
      Source apportionment of inorganic ions in airborne urban particles from Coruna city (NW of Spain) using positive matrix factorization

      TALANTA
    67. Seigneur, C; Pai, P; Hopke, PK; Grosjean, D
      Modeling atmospheric: Particulate matter

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    68. Miguel, AG; Cass, GR; Glovsky, MM; Weiss, J
      Allergens in paved road dust and airborne particles

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    69. Hughes, LS; Allen, JO; Kleeman, MJ; Johnson, RJ; Cass, GR; Gross, DS; Gard, EE; Galli, ME; Morrical, BD; Fergenson, DP; Dienes, T; Noble, CA; Silva, PJ; Prather, KA
      Size and composition distribution of atmospheric particles in southern California

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    70. Griffin, RJ; Cocker, DR; Flagan, RC; Seinfeld, JH
      Organic aerosol formation from the oxidation of biogenic hydrocarbons

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    71. AMES M; GULLU G; OLMEZ I
      ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY IN THE VAPOR-PHASE, AND IN FINE AND COARSE PARTICULATE MATTER AT PERCH RIVER, NEW-YORK

      Atmospheric environment
    72. CHENG L; SANDHU HS; ANGLE RP; MYRICK RH
      CHARACTERISTICS OF INHALABLE PARTICULATE MATTER IN ALBERTA CITIES

      Atmospheric environment
    73. PIO CA; RAMOS MM; DUARTE AC
      ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL AND SOILING OF EXTERNAL SURFACES IN AN URBAN-ENVIRONMENT

      Atmospheric environment
    74. STERLING DA; JOHNSON DL; MURGUEYTIO AM; EVANS RG
      SOURCE CONTRIBUTION OF LEAD IN-HOUSE DUST FROM A LEAD MINING WASTE SUPERFUND SITE

      Journal of exposure analysis and environmental epidemiology
    75. ODA J; MAEDA I; MORI T; YASUHARA A; SAITO Y
      THE RELATIVE PROPORTIONS OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS AND OXYGENATED DERIVATIVES IN ACCUMULATED ORGANIC PARTICULATES AS AFFECTED BY AIR-POLLUTION SOURCES

      Environmental technology
    76. SKOP E; SORENSEN PB
      GIS-BASED MODELING OF SOLUTE FLUXES AT THE CATCHMENT SCALE - A CASE-STUDY OF THE AGRICULTURAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE RIVERINE NITROGEN LOADINGIN THE VEJLE FJORD CATCHMENT, DENMARK

      Ecological modelling
    77. RACHDAWONG P; CHRISTENSEN ER; CHI S
      SOURCE IDENTIFICATION OF PCBS IN SEDIMENTS FROM THE MILWAUKEE HARBOR ESTUARY, USA

      Water science and technology
    78. Behrendt, H; Bachor, A
      Point and diffuse load of nutrients to the Baltic Sea by river basins of north east Germany (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    79. Adgate, JL; Rhoads, GG; Lioy, PJ
      The use of isotope ratios to apportion sources of lead in Jersey City, NJ,house dust wipe samples

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    80. RACHDAWONG P; CHRISTENSEN ER; KARLS JF
      HISTORICAL PAH FLUXES TO LAKE MICHIGAN SEDIMENTS DETERMINED BY FACTOR-ANALYSIS

      Water research (Oxford)
    81. FRASER MP; CASS GR; SIMONEIT BRT
      GAS-PHASE AND PARTICLE-PHASE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS EMITTED FROM MOTOR-VEHICLE TRAFFIC IN A LOS-ANGELES ROADWAY TUNNEL

      Environmental science & technology
    82. HARRISON RM; SMITH DJT; PIO CA; CASTRO LM
      COMPARATIVE RECEPTOR MODELING STUDY OF AIRBORNE PARTICULATE POLLUTANTS IN BIRMINGHAM (UNITED-KINGDOM), COIMBRA (PORTUGAL) AND LAHORE (PAKISTAN)

      Atmospheric environment
    83. CHRISTENSEN ER; LI A; ABRAZAK IA; RACHDAWONG P; KARLS JF
      SOURCES OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS IN SEDIMENTS OF THE KINNICKINNIC RIVER, WISCONSIN

      Journal of Great Lakes research
    84. WEGRZYNEK D; JAMBERS W; VANGRIEKEN R; EISMA D
      INDIVIDUAL PARTICLE ANALYSIS OF WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEDIMENT CORES,RHONE SUSPENDED MATTER AND SAHARA AEROSOLS - INVESTIGATION OF INPUTS TO THE SEDIMENTS

      Marine chemistry
    85. CURRIE LA; EGLINTON TI; BENNER BA; PEARSON A
      RADIOCARBON DATING OF INDIVIDUAL CHEMICAL-COMPOUNDS IN ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL - FIRST RESULTS COMPARING DIRECT ISOTOPIC AND MULTIVARIATE STATISTICAL APPORTIONMENT OF SPECIFIC POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS

      Nuclear instruments & methods in physics research. Section B, Beam interactions with materials and atoms
    86. QIN Y; CHAN CK; CHAN LY
      CHARACTERISTICS OF CHEMICAL-COMPOSITIONS OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS IN HONG-KONG - SPATIAL AND SEASONAL DISTRIBUTIONS

      Science of the total environment
    87. DEACON AR; DERWENT RG; HARRISON RM; MIDDLETON DR; MOORCROFT S
      ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF MEASUREMENTS OF SUSPENDED PARTICULATE MATTER AT URBAN BACKGROUND SITES IN THE UNITED-KINGDOM

      Science of the total environment
    88. MARINOV NM; CASTALDI MJ; MELIUS CF; TSANG W
      AROMATIC AND POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBON FORMATION IN A PREMIXED PROPANE FLAME

      Combustion science and technology
    89. HOPKE PK; SONG XH
      CLASSIFICATION OF SINGLE PARTICLES BY NEURAL NETWORKS BASED ON THE COMPUTER-CONTROLLED SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY DATA

      Analytica chimica acta
    90. MAZUREK M; MASONJONES MC; MASONJONES HD; SALMON LG; CASS GR; HALLOCK KA; LEACH M
      VISIBILITY-REDUCING ORGANIC AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF GRAND-CANYON NATIONAL-PARK - PROPERTIES OBSERVED BY HIGH-RESOLUTION GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    91. CHOW JC; WATSON JG; LOWENTHAL DH; COUNTESS RJ
      SOURCES AND CHEMISTRY OF PM(10) AEROSOL IN SANTA-BARBARA COUNTY, CA

      Atmospheric environment
    92. EATOUGH DJ; EATOUGH M; LAMB JD; LEWIS LJ; LEWIS EA; EATOUGH NL; MISSEN R
      APPORTIONMENT OF SULFUR-OXIDES AT CANYONLANDS DURING THE WINTER OF 1990 .1. STUDY DESIGN AND PARTICULATE CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION

      Atmospheric environment
    93. EATOUGH DJ; EATOUGH M; LEWIS LJ; LEWIS EA; TOMLINSON EM; GORDON JL; EATOUGH NL
      APPORTIONMENT OF SULFUR-OXIDES AT CANYONLANDS DURING THE WINTER OF 1990 .2. FINGERPRINTS OF EMISSIONS FROM POINT AND REGIONAL SOURCES IMPACTING CANYONLANDS

      Atmospheric environment
    94. SWIETLICKI E; PURI S; HANSSON HC; EDNER H
      URBAN AIR-POLLUTION SOURCE APPORTIONMENT USING A COMBINATION OF AEROSOL AND GAS MONITORING TECHNIQUES

      Atmospheric environment
    95. CHOW JC; WATSON JG; LU ZQ; LOWENTHAL DH; FRAZIER CA; SOLOMON PA; THUILLIER RH; MAGLIANO K
      DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF PM(2.5) AND PM(10) AT REGIONALLY REPRESENTATIVE LOCATIONS DURING SJVAQS AUSPEX/

      Atmospheric environment
    96. GERTLER AW; FUJITA EM; PIERSON WR; WITTORFF DN
      APPORTIONMENT OF NMHC TAILPIPE VS NON-TAILPIPE EMISSIONS IN THE FORT MCHENRY AND TUSCARORA MOUNTAIN TUNNELS

      Atmospheric environment
    97. DEBOCK LA; JAMBERS W; VANGRIEKEN RE
      MICROANALYSIS OF INDIVIDUAL AEROSOL-PARTICLES USING ELECTRON, PROTON AND LASER-BEAMS

      South African Journal of Chemistry
    98. WITTGREN HB; ARHEIMER B
      SOURCE APPORTIONMENT OF RIVERINE NITROGEN TRANSPORT BASED ON CATCHMENT MODELING

      Water science and technology
    99. HIDY GM; VENKATARAMAN C
      THE CHEMICAL MASS-BALANCE METHOD FOR ESTIMATING ATMOSPHERIC PARTICLE SOURCES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

      Chemical engineering communications
    100. VASCONCELOS LAD; KAHL JDW; LIU DS; MACIAS ES; WHITE WH
      PATTERNS OF DUST TRANSPORT TO THE GRAND-CANYON

      Geophysical research letters


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