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Understanding the role of formic acid in fine and coarse particle mode
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-07-21)
Formic acid partitioning was investigated at two sites in the southeast U.S., Yorkville, GA and Jefferson Street (JST). Previous studies in the southeast have shown that observed formic acid partitioning to fine particles ...
Aerosol characterization in the Southeastern U. S. using satellite data for applications to air quality and climate
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-01-19)
Tropospheric aerosol information from NASA satellites in space has reached the milestone of ten years of continuous measurements. These higher resolution satellite aerosol records allow for a broader regional perspective ...
Spatio-temporal variability of aerosols in the tropics relationship with atmospheric and oceanic environments
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-07-07)
Earth's radiation budget is directly influenced by aerosols through the absorption of solar radiation and subsequent heating of the atmosphere. Aerosols modulate the hydrological cycle indirectly by modifying cloud properties, ...
The sources, formation and properties of soluble organic aerosols: results from ambient measurements in the southeastern united states and the los angeles basin
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-07-03)
900 archived FRM filters from 15 sites over the southeast during 2007 were analyzed for PM2.5 chemical composition and physical properties. Secondary components (i.e. sulfate aerosol and SOA) were the major contributors ...
Understanding the sources and atmospheric processes of soluble iron in aerosols using a synergistic measurement approach
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-11-08)
This thesis focuses on the characterization of soluble iron in ambient/urban and source emission aerosols, primarily focusing on the sources and atmospheric processes contributing to iron solubility. Multiple techniques, ...