Bibliography of Scientific Findings from the
Southern Oxidants Study (SOS)

Al-Wali, K.I. 1996. Sensitivity of urban photochemical models to upper wind measurements. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Michigan. 285.p.

Al-Wali, K.I. and P.J. Samson. 1996. Preliminary sensitivity analysis of urban airshed model simulations to temporal and spatial availability of boundary layer wind measurements. Atmos. Environ. 30(12):2027-2042.

Allen, D.T. 2002. Particulate Matter Concentrations, Compositions, and Sources in Southeast Texas: State of the Science and Critical Research Needs. Report to the Texas Environmental Research Consortium. 93 pp.

Allen, D. 2003. Southern Oxidants Study Research Program at the University of Texas, Final Report. (EPA Contract No. R-82902801-0 and EPA Contract No. R-82902801-1 continuation). 19 pp.

Allen, D. and C. Durrenberger. 2003. Accelerated Science Evaluation of Ozone Formation in the Houston - Galveston Area: Emission Inventories (Version 3.0). 80 pp.

Alvarez II, R.J., C.J. Senff, R.M. Hardesty, D.D. Parrish, W.T. Luke, T.B. Watson, P.H. Daum, and N. Gillani. 1998. Comparisons of airborne lidar measurements of ozone with airborne in situ measurements during the 1995 Southern Oxidants Study. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D23):31,155-31,171.

Andronache, C., W.L. Chameides, M.O. Rodgers, J. Martinez, P. Zimmerman and J. Greenberg. 1994. Vertical distribution of isoprene in the lower boundary layer of the rural and urban southern United States. J. Geophys. Res. 99(D8):16,989-16,999. link to abstract on AGU website

Angevine, W.M., A.B. White, C.J. Senff, M. Trainer, R.M. Banta and M.A. Ayoub. 2003. Urban-rural contrasts in mixing height and cloudiness over Nashville in 1999. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D3), 4092, doi:1029/2001DJ0001061.

Apel, E.C. and J.G. Calvert. 1994. Initial results from the non-methane hydrocarbon intercomparison experiment. Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society 41:279-286.

Apel, E.C., J.G. Calvert and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 1994. The nonmethane hydrocarbon intercomparison experiment (NOMHICE): Tasks 1 and 2. J. of Geophys. Res. 99(D8):16,651-16,664.

Apel, E.C., J.G. Calvert, R. Zika, M.O. Rodgers, V.P. Aneja, and J.F. Meagher. 1995. Hydrocarbon measurements during the 1992 Southern Oxidants Study Atlanta Intensive: Protocol and quality assurance. J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 45:521-528.

Apel, E.C., J.G. Calvert, J.P. Greenberg, D. Riemer, R. Zika, T.E. Kleindienst, W.A. Lonneman, K. Fung, and E. Fujita. 1998a. Generation and validation of oxygenated volatile organic carbon standards for the 1995 Southern Oxidants Study Nashville Intensive. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,281-22,294.

Apel, E.C., J.G. Calvert, D. Riemer, W. Pos, R. Zika, T.E. Kleindienst, W.A. Lonneman, K. Fung, E. Fujita, P.B. Shepson, T.K. Starn, and P.T. Roberts. 1998b. Measurements comparison of oxygenated volatile organic compounds at a rural site during the 1995 SOS Nashville Intensive. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,295-22,316.

Apel, E.C., J.G. Calvert, T.M. Gilpin, F.C. Fehsenfeld, D.D. Parrish, and W.A. Lonneman. 2000. The nonmethane hydrocarbon intercomparison experiment (NOMHICE): Task 3. J. Geophys. Res. 104(D21):26,069-26,086.

Apel, E.C., J.G. Calvert, T.M. Gilpin, F. Fehsenfeld, and W.A. Lonneman. 2003. Nonmethane Hydrocarbon Intercomparison Experiment (NOMHICE): Task 4, ambient air. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D9), 4300, doi:10.1029/2002JD002936.

Banta, R.M., C.J. Senff, A.B. White, M. Trainer, R.T. McNider, R.J. Valente, S.D. Mayor, R.J. Alvarez, R.M. Hardesty, D. Parrish, and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 1998. Daytime buildup and nighttime transport of urban ozone in the boundary layer during a stagnation episode. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,519-22,544.

Banta, R.M., C.J. Senff, J. Nielsen-Gammon, L.S. Darby, T.B. Ryerson, R.J. Alvarez, S.P. Sandberg, E.J. Williams, and M. Trainer. 2005. A bad air day in Houston. B. Am. Meteorol. Soc. 86(5):657-669, doi:10.1175/BAMS-86-5-657.

Baumann, K., E.J. Williams, W.M. Angevine, J.M. Roberts, R.B. Norton, G.J. Frost, F.C. Fehsenfeld, S.R. Springston, S.B. Bertman, and B. Hartsell. 2000. Ozone production transport near Nashville, Tennessee: Results from the 1994 study at New Hendersonville. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D7):9137-9153.

Bernardo-Bricker, A., C. Farmer, P. Milne, D. Riemer, R. Zika, and C. Stoneking. 1995. Validation of speciated nonmethane hydrocarbon compound data collected during the 1992 Atlanta Intensive as part of the Southern Oxidants Study (SOS). J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 45:591-603.

Biazar, A.P. and R.T. McNider. 1995. Regional estimates of lightning production of nitrogen oxides. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D11):22,861-22,874. link to abstract on AGU website

Brock, C.A., M. Trainer, T.B. Ryerson, J.A. Neuman, D.D. Parrish, J.S. Holloway, D.K. Nicks, Jr., G.J. Frost, G. Hübler, F.C. Fehsenfeld, J.C. Wilson, J.M. Reeves, B.G. Lafleur, H. Hilbert, E.L. Atlas, S.G. Donnelly, S.M. Schauffler, V.R. Stroud, and C. Wiedinmyer. 2003. Particle growth in urban and industrial plumes in Texas. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D3), 4111, doi:10.1029/2002JD002746.

Buhr, S.M., M.P. Buhr, F.C. Fehsenfeld, J.S. Holloway, U. Karst, R.B. Norton, D.D. Parrish, and R.E. Sievers. 1995a. Development of a semi-continuous method for the measurement of nitric acid vapor and particulate nitrate and sulfate. Atmos. Environ. 29(19):2609-2624.

Buhr, M., D. Parrish, J. Elliot, J. Holloway, J. Carpenter, P. Goldan, W. Kuster, M. Trainer, S. Montzka, S. McKeen, and F. Fehsenfeld. 1995b. Evaluation of ozone precursor source types using principal component analysis of ambient air measurements in rural Alabama. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D11):22,853-22,860. link to abstract on AGU website

Butler, A.J., M.S. Andres and A.G. Russell. 2003. Daily sampling of PM2.5 in Atlanta: Results of the first year of the Assessment of Spatial Aerosol Composition in Atlanta study. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D7), 8415, doi:10.1029/2002JD002234.

Cantrell, C.A., J.A. Lind, R.E. Shetter, J.G. Calvert, P.D. Goldan, W. Kuster, F.C. Fehsenfeld, S.A. Montzka, D.D. Parrish, E.J. Williams, M.P. Buhr, H.H. Westberg, G. Alwine, and R. Martin. 1992. Peroxy radicals in the ROSE experiment: Measurement and theory. J. Geophys. Res. 97(D18):20,671,686. link to abstract on AGU website

Cantrell, C.S., R.E Shetter, J.G. Calvert, D.D. Parrish, F.C. Fehsenfeld, P.D. Goldan, W. Kuster, E.J. Williams, H.H. Westberg, G. Allwine and R. Martin. 1993. Peroxy radicals as measured in ROSE and estimated from photostationary state deviations. J. Geophys. Res. 98(D10):18,355-18,366.

Cardelino, C. 1998. Daily variability of motor vehicle emissions derived from traffic counter data. J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 48:637-645. link to abstract on AWMA website

Cardelino, C.A. and W.L. Chameides. 1990. Natural hydrocarbons, urbanization, and urban ozone. J. Geophys. Res. 95(D9):13,971-13,979. link to abstract on AGU website

Cardelino, C.A. and W.L. Chameides. 1995. An observation-based model for analyzing ozone precursor relationships in the ambient atmosphere. J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 45:161-180.

Cardelino, C.A. and W. L. Chameides. 2000. The application of data from photochemical assessment monitoring stations to the observation-based model. Atmos. Environ. 34:2325-2332.

Carrico, C.M., M.H. Bergin, J. Xu., K. Baumann and H. Maring. 2003. Urban aerosol radiative properties: Measurements during the 1999 Atlanta Supersite experiment. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D7), 8422, doi:10.1029/2001JD001222.

Chameides, W.L. and E.B. Cowling. 1995. The state of the Southern Oxidants Study: Policy relevant findings in ozone pollution research, 1988-1994. Southern Oxidants Study, N. C. State University, Raleigh, NC, 133 pp.

Chameides, W.L., R.W. Lindsay, J. Richardson and C.S. Kiang. 1988. The role of biogenic hydrocarbons in urban photochemical smog: Atlanta as a case study. Science 241:1473-1475. info about access

Chameides, W.L., F. Fehsenfeld, M.O. Rodgers, C. Cardelino, J. Martinez, D. Parrish, W. Lonneman, D.R. Lawson, R.A. Rasmussen, P. Zimmerman, J. Greenberg, P. Middleton, and T. Wang. 1992. Ozone precursor relationships in the ambient atmosphere. J. Geophys. Res. 97(D5):6037-6055.

Chameides, W.L., R.D. Saylor, and E.B. Cowling. 1997. Ozone pollution in the rural United States and the new NAAQS. Science 276:916.

Chameides, W.L., H. Yu, S.C. Liu, M. Bergin, X. Zhou, L. Mearns, G. Wang, C.S. Kiang, R.D. Saylor, C. Luo, Y. Huang, A. Steiner, and F. Giorgi. 1999. Case study of the effects of atmospheric aerosols and regional haze on agriculture: An opportunity to enhance crop yields in China through emission controls. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 96:13626-13633. link to reprint

Chang, M.E., D.E. Hartley, C. Cardelino, and W.-L. Chang. 1996. Inverse modeling of biogenic isoprene emissions. Geophys. Res. Lett. 23(21):3007-3010. link to abstract on AGU website

Chang, M.E., D.E. Hartley, C. Cardelino, D. Haas-Laursen, and W.-L. Chang. 1997. On using inverse methods for resolving emissions with large spatial inhomogeneities. J. Geophys. Res. 102(D13):16,023-16,036. link to abstract on AGU website

Chang, W.-L., C. Cardelino, and M.E. Chang. 1996. The use of survey data to investigate ozone sensitivity to point sources. Atmos. Environ. 30(23):4095-4099. doi:10.1016/1352-2310(96)00061-1.

Das, M., and V.P. Aneja. 1994a. Analysis of gaseous hydrogen peroxide concentrations in Raleigh, North Carolina. J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 44:176-180.

Das, M. and V.P. Aneja. 1994b. Measurements and analysis of concentrations of gaseous hydrogen peroxide and related species in the rural central Piedmont region of North Carolina. Atmos. Environ. 28(15):2473-2483.

Daughtrey, E.H., Jr., J.R. Adams, K. D. Oliver, K.G. Kronmiller, and W.A. McClenny. 1998. Performance characteristics of an automated gas chromatograph—ion trap mass spectrometer system used for the 1995 Southern Oxidants Study field investigation in Nashville, Tennessee. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,375-22,386.

Daum, P.H., L.I. Kleinman, D. Imre, L.J. Nunnermacker, Y.-N. Lee, S.R. Springston, L. Newman, and J. Weinstein-Lloyd. 2000a. Analysis of the processing of Nashville urban emissions on July 3 and July 18, 1995. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D7):9155-9164.

Daum, P.H., L.I. Kleinman, D. Imre, L.J. Nunnermacker, Y.-N. Lee, S.R. Springston, L. Newman, J. Weinstein-Lloyd, R.J. Valente, R.E. Imhoff, R.L. Tanner, and J.F. Meagher. 2000b. Analysis of O3 formation during a stagnation episode in central Tennessee in summer 1995. J. Geophys. Res. 105-9107-9119.

Daum, P.H., J. Meagher, D. Allen, and C. Durrenberger. 2002. Accelerated Science Evaluation of Ozone Formation in the Houston-Galveston Area: Summary. 6 pp.

Daum, P.H., L.I. Kleinman, S.R. Springston, L.J. Nunnermacker, Y.-N. Lee, J. Weinstein-Lloyd, J. Zheng, C.M. Berkowitz. 2003. A comparative study of O3 formation in the Houston urban and industrial plumes during the TexAQS 2000 Study. J. Geophys. Res. 108, doi:10.1029/2003JD003552.

Davidson, E. and W. Kingerlee. 1997. A global inventory of nitric oxide emissions from soils. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 48(1-2):37-50.

Dechapanya, W., M.M. Russell, and D.T. Allen. 2002. Estimates of anthropogenic secondary organic aerosol formation in Houston, Texas. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 38(1):156-166, doi:10.1080/02786820390229462.

Drewnick, F., J.J. Schwab, O. Hogrefe, S. Peters, L. Husain, D. Diamond, R. Weber, and K. Demerjian. 2003. Intercomparison and evaluation of four semi-continuous PM2.5 sulfate instruments. Atmos. Environ. 37(24):3335-3350.

Duncan, B.N. and W.L. Chameides. 1998. Effects of urban emission control strategies on the export of ozone and ozone precursors from the urban atmosphere to the troposphere. J. Geophys. Res. 103:28,159-28179.

Eatough, D.J., R.W. Long, W.K. Modey, and N.L. Eatough. 2003. Semi-volatile secondary organic aerosol in urban atmospheres: Meeting a measurement challenge. Atmos. Environ. 37:1277-1292.

Fang, C., R.K. Monson, and E.B. Cowling. 1996. Isoprene emission, photosynthesis, and growth in sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua L.) trees exposed to short- and long-term drying cycles. Tree Physiology 16:441-446.

Farmer, C.T., P.J. Milne, D.D. Riemer, and R.G. Zika. 1994. Continuous hourly analysis of C2-C10 non-methane hydrocarbon compounds in urban air by GC-FID. Environ. Sci. and Tech. 28:238-245.

Fehsenfeld, F., J. Meagher, and E. Cowling. 1994. Southern Oxidants Study 1993 Data Analysis Workshop Report. SOS, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. 92pp.

Fehsenfeld, F.C., L.G. Huey, D.T. Sueper, R.B. Norton, E.J. Williams, F.L. Eisele, R.L. Mauldin III, and D.J. Tanner. 1998. Ground-based intercomparison of nitric acid measurement techniques. J. Geophy. Res. 103(D3):3343-3353.

Fischer, K.W., V.J. Abreu, W.R. Skinner, J.E. Barnes, M.J. McGill, and T.D. Irgang. 1995. Visible wavelength Doppler lidar for measurement of wind and aerosol profiles during day and night. Optical Engineering 34:499-511.

Frost, G.J., M. Trainer, G. Allwine, M.P. Buhr, J.G. Calvert, C.A. Cantrell, F.C. Fehsenfeld, P.D. Goldan, J. Herwehe, G. Hübler, W.C. Kuster, R. Martin, R.T. McMillen, S.A. Montzka, R.B. Norton, D.D. Parrish, B.A. Ridley, R.E. Shetter, J.G. Walega, B.A. Watkins, H.H. Westberg, and E.J. Williams. 1998. Photochemical ozone production in the rural southeastern United States during the 1990 Rural Oxidants in the Southern Environment (ROSE) program. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,491-22,508.

Geron, C.D., A.B. Guenther, and T.E. Pierce. 1994. An improved model for estimating emissions of volatile organic compounds from forests in the eastern United States. J. Geophys. Res. 99(D6):12,773-12,791.

Geron, C.D., T.E. Pierce, and A.B. Guenther. 1995. Reassessment of biogenic volatile organic compound emissions in the Atlanta area. Atmos. Environ. 29(13):1569-1578.

Geron, C.D., D. Nie, R.R. Arnts, T.D. Sharkey, E.L. Singsaas, P.J. Vanderveer, A. Guenther, J.E. Sickles II, and T.E. Kleindienst. 1997. Biogenic isoprene emission: Model evaluation in a southeastern U.S. bottomland deciduous forest. J. Geophys. Res. 102(D15):18,889-18,901.

Gertler, A.W., E.M. Fujita, W.R. Pierson, and D.N. Wittorff. 1996. Apportionment of NMHC tailpipe vs non-tailpipe emissions in the Fort McHenry and Tuscarora tunnels. Atmos. Environ. 30(12):2297-2305.

Gillani, N.V. and Y. Wu. 2003a. Exploration of uncertainty in the simulation of power plant plume chemistry. Final Report to EPA-STAR Grant No. GR.826239-01.

Gillani, N.V. and Y. Wu. 2003b. Lagrangian modeling of industrial point-source plumes in the Houston-Galveston area. Final Report to TCEQ (Contract No. 582-2-48649-01). 22 pp. + figures.

Gillani, N.V. and Y. Wu. 2003c. Top-down emissions verification for the Houston-Galveston industrial point sources, based on TexAQS data. Final Report to Houston Advanced Research Center (Contract No. H6202/B). 29 pp. + figures.

Gillani, N.V., M. Luria, R.J. Valente, R.L. Tanner, R.E. Imhoff, and J.F. Meagher. 1998a. The loss rate of NOy from a power plant plume based on aircraft measurements. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,585-22,592.

Gillani, N.V., J.F. Meagher, R.J. Valente, R.E. Imhoff, R.L. Tanner, and M. Luria. 1998b. Relative production of ozone and nitrates in urban and rural power plant plumes .1. Composite results based on data from 10 field measurement days. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,593-22,615.

Gilpin, T., E. Apel, A. Fried, B. Wert, J. Calvert, Z. Genfa, P. Dasgupta, J.W. Harder, B. Heikes, B. Hopkins, H. Westberg, T. Kleindienst, Y.-N. Lee, X. Zhou, W. Lonneman, and S. Sewell. 1997. Intercomparison of six ambient [CH2O] measurement techniques. J. Geophys. Res.

Goldan, P.D., D.D. Parrish, W.C. Kuster, M. Trainer, S.A. McKeen, J. Holloway, B.T. Jobson, D.T. Sueper, and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 2000. Airborne measurements of isoprene, CO, and anthropogenic hydrocarbons and their implications. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D7):9091-9105.

Grossenbacher, J.W., T. Couch, P.B. Shepson, T. Thornberry, M. Witmer-Rich, M.A. Carroll, I. Faloona, D. Tan, W. Brune, K. Ostling, and S. Bertman. 2001. Measurements of isoprene nitrates above a forest canopy. J. Geophys. Res. 106(D20), 24,429-24,438, doi:10.1029/2001JD900029.

Guenther, A. 1997. Seasonal and spatial variations in natural volatile organic compound emissions. Ecol. Appl. 7(1):34-45.

Guenther, A., P. Zimmerman, and P. Harley. 1993. Isoprene and monoterpene emission rate variability: Model evaluations and sensitivity analyses. J. Geophys. Res. 98:12,609-12,617.

Guenther, A., C. Hewitt, D. Erickson, R. Fall, C. Geron, T. Graedel, P. Harley, L. Klinger, M. Lerdau, W. McKay, T. Pierce, B. Scholes, R. Steinbrecher, R. Tallamraju, J. Taylor, and P. Zimmerman. 1995. A global model of natural volatile organic compound emissions. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D5):8873-8892.

Guenther, A., J. Greenberg, P. Harley, D. Helmig, L. Klinger, L. Vierling, P. Zimmerman, and C. Geron. 1996a. Leaf, branch, stand and landscape scale measurements of volatile organic compound fluxes from U.S. woodlands. Tree Physiology 16:17-24.

Guenther, A., P. Zimmerman, L. Klinger, J. Greenberg, C. Ennis, K. Davis, W. Pollock, H. Westberg, G. Allwine, and C. Geron. 1996b. Estimates of regional natural volatile organic compound fluxes from enclosure and ambient measurements. J. Geophys. Res. 101(D1):1345-1359.

Guenther, A., C. Geron, T. Pierce, B. Lamb, P. Harley, and R. Fall. 2000. Natural emissions of non-methane volatile organic compounds, carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen from North America. Atmos. Environ. 34:2205-2230.

Haagen-Smit, A.J. 1952. Chemistry and physiology of Los Angeles smog. Ind. Eng. Chem. 44(6):1342-1346. link to journal article on ACS website

Hakami, A., R.A. Harley, J.B. Milford, M.T. Odman, and A.G. Russell. 2004. Regional, three-dimensional assessment of the ozone formation potential of organic compounds. Atmos. Environ. 38(2004):121-134.

Hansel, A. and A. Wisthaler. 2000. A method for real-time detection of PAN, PPN, and MPAN in ambient air. Geophys. Res. Lett. 27(6), 895-898, doi: 10.1029/1999GL010989.

Heck, W. and E. Cowling. 1997. The need for a long term cumulative secondary ozone standard: An ecological perspective. EM January 1997:23-33.

Heck, W.W., C.S. Furiness, E.B. Cowling, and C.K. Sims. 1998. Effects of ozone on crop, forest, and natural ecosystems: Assessment of research needs. EM October 1998:11-22.

Helmig, D., J. Greenberg, A. Guenther, P. Zimmerman, and C. Geron. 1998. Volatile organic compounds and isoprene oxidation products at a temperate deciduous forest site. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,397-22,414.

Herwehe, J. 2000. A numerical study of the effects of large eddies on trace gas measurements and photochemistry in the connective boundary layer. PhD. Dissertation. University of Alabama. Huntsville AL. 242 pp.

Hogrefe, C., S.T. Rao, P. Kasibhatla, W. Hao, G. Sistla, R. Mathur, and J. McHenry. 2001. Evaluating the performance of regional-scale photochemical modeling systems: Part II ozone predictions. Atmos. Environ. 35(24):4175-4188.

Holloway, J.S., R.O. Jacoubek, D.D. Parrish, C. Gerbig, A. Volz-Thomas, S. Schmitgen, A. Fried, B. Wert, B. Henry, and J.R. Drummond. 2000. Airborne intercomparison of vacuum ultraviolet fluorescence and tunable diode laser absorption measurements of tropospheric carbon monoxide. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D19), 24,251-24,261, doi:10.1029/2000JD900237.

Houyoux, M.R., J.M. Vukovich, C.J. Coats Jr., N.J.M. Wheeler, and P.S. Kasibhatla. 2000. Emission inventory development and processing for the seasonal model for regional air quality (SMRAQ) project. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D7):9079-9090.

Huey, L.G., E.J. Dunlea, E.R. Lovejoy, D.R. Hanson, R.B. Norton, F.C. Fehsenfeld, and C.J. Howard. 1998. Fast time response measurement of HNO3 in air with a chemical ionization mass spectrometer. J. Geophys. Res. 103:3355-3360.

Husain, H. and C. Christoforou. 2003. Concentration and chemical composition of PM2.5 particles at a rural site in South Carolina. SOS Final Report. Clemson University. 35pp.

Imhoff, R.E. and R.J. Valente. 1995. Spatial variability of O3, NO, and NOy in Atlanta during the summer of 1992. p. 252-261. In Ranzieri, A.J. and P.A. Solomon (ed.) Regional Photochemical Measurement and Modeling Studies: Volume I. Results and Interpretation of Field Measurements. Proceedings of an International Specialty Conference. San Diego, CA. 8-12 November 1993. Air and Waste Management Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

Imhoff, R.E., R.J. Valente, J.F. Meagher, and M. Luria. 1995. The production of O3 in an urban plume: Airborne sampling of the Atlanta urban plume. Atmos. Environ. 29:2349-2358

Jobson, B.T., G.J. Frost, S.A. McKeen, T.B. Ryerson, M.P. Buhr, D.D. Parrish, M. Trainer, and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 1998. Hydrogen peroxide dry deposition lifetime determined from observed loss rates in a power plant plume. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,617-22,628.

Kasibhatla, P. and W.L. Chameides. 2000. Seasonal modeling of regional ozone pollution in the eastern United States. Geophys. Res. Lett. 27(9):1415-1418.

Kim, D.-S., V.P. Aneja and W.P. Robarge. 1994. Characterization of nitrogen oxide fluxes from soil of a fallow field in the central Piedmont of North Carolina. Atmos. Environ. 28:1129-1137.

Kim, E., P.K. Hopke, and E.S. Edgerton. 2003. Source identification of Atlanta aerosol by positive matrix factorization. J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 53:731-739.

Kleinman, L. 1994. Low and high NOx tropospheric photochemistry. J. Geophys. Res. 99(D8):16,831-16,838.

Kleinman, L.I. 2000. Ozone process insights from field experiments - part II: Observation-based analysis for ozone production. Atmos. Environ. 34:2023-2033.

Kleinman, L., Y.-N. Lee, S.R. Springston, L. Nunnermacker, X. Zhou, R. Brown, K. Hallock, P. Klotz, D. Leahy, J.H. Lee and L. Newman. 1994. Ozone formation at a rural site in the southeastern United States. J. Geophys. Res. 99(D2): 3469-3482.

Kleinman, L., Y.-N. Lee, S.R. Springston, J.H. Lee, L. Nunnermacker, J. Weinstein-Lloyd, X. Zhou, and L. Newman. 1995. Peroxy radical concentration and ozone formation rate at a rural site in the southeastern United States. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D4):7263-7273.

Kleinman, L.I., P.H. Daum, J.H. Lee, Y-N. Lee, L.J. Nunnermacker, S. R. Springston, L. Newman, J. Weinstein-Lloyd and S. Sillman. 1997. Dependence of ozone production on NO and hydrocarbons in the troposphere. Geophys. Res. Lett. 24(18):2299-2302.

Kleinman, L.I., P.H. Daum, D.G. Imre, C. Cardelino, K.J. Olszyna, and R.G. Zika. 1998. Trace gas concentrations and emissions in downtown Nashville during the 1995 Southern Oxidants Study/Nashville Intensive. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,545-22,554.

Kleinman, L.I., P.H. Daum, D. Imre, Y.-N. Lee, L.J. Nunnermacker, S.R. Springston, J. Weinstein-Lloyd and J. Rudolph. 2002. Ozone production rate and hydrocarbon reactivity in 5 urban areas: A cause of high ozone concentration in Houston. Geophys. Res. Lett. 29(10), 1467, doi:10,1029/2001GL014569.

Kovacs, T.A. and W.H. Brune. 2000. Total OH loss rate measurement. J. Atmos. Chem. 39(2):105-122, doi:10.1023/A:1010614113786.

Lawrimore, J.H., M. Das, and V.P. Aneja. 1995. Vertical sampling and analysis of nonmethane hydrocarbons for ozone control in urban North Carolina. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D11):22,785-22,793.

LeBlanc, D., M. Saunders, M. Meyer, and R. Guensler. 1995. Driving pattern variability and potential impacts on vehicle CO emissions. Transportation Research Record 1472:45-52.

Lee, J.H., D.F. Leahy, I.N., Tang and L. Newman. 1993. Measurement and speciation of gas phase peroxides in the atmosphere. J. of Geophys. Res. 98(D2):2911-2915.

Lee, S.-H., D.M. Murphy, D.S. Thomson, and A.M. Middlebrook. 2002. Chemical components of single particles measured with particle analysis by laser mass spectrometry (PALMS) during the Atlanta Supersite Experiment: Focus on organic/sulfate, lead, soot, and mineral particles. J. Geophys. Res. 107(D1), 4003, doi:10.1029/2000JD000011.

Lee, Y.-N and X. Zhou. 1993. Method for the determination of some soluble atmospheric carbonyl compounds. Environmental Science and Technology 27:749-756.

Lee, Y.-N. and X. Zhou. 1994. Aqueous reaction kinetics of ozone and dimethysulfide and its atmospheric implications. J. Geophys. Res. 99(D2):3597-3605.

Lee, Y.-N., X. Zhou, and K. Hallock. 1995. Atmospheric carbonyl compounds at a rural southeastern United States site. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D12):25,933-25,944.

Lee, Y.-N., X. Zhou, W. Leaitch, and C. Banic. 1996. An aircraft measurement technique for formaldehyde and soluble carbonyl compounds. J. Geophys. Res. 101(D22):29,075-29,080.

Lee, Y.-N., X. Zhou, L.I. Kleinman, L.J. Nunnermacker, S.R. Springston, P.H. Daum, L. Newman, W.G. Keigley, M.W. Holdren, C.W. Spicer, V. Young, B. Fu, D.D. Parrish, J. Holloway, J. Williams, J.M. Roberts, T.B. Ryerson, and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 1998. Atmospheric chemistry and distribution of formaldehyde and several multioxygenated carbonyl compounds during the 1995 Nashville/Middle Tennessee Ozone Study. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,449-22,462.

Lemire, K.R., D.T. Allen, G.A. Klouda, and C.W. Lewis. 2002. Fine particulate matter source attribution for Southeast Texas using 14C/13C ratios. J. Geophys. Res. 107(D22), 4613, doi:10.1029/2002JD002339.

Lewis, C.W., R.K. Stevens, R.A. Rasmussen, C.A. Cardelino, and T.E. Pierce. 1999. Biogenic fraction of ambient VOC: Comparison of radiocarbon, chromatographic, and emissions inventory estimates for Atlanta, Georgia. J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 49:299-307.

Lim, H.-J. and B.J. Turpin. 2002. Origins of primary and secondary organic aerosol in Atlanta: Results of time-resolved measurements during the Atlanta Supersite Experiment. Environ. Sci. Technol. 36:4489-4496.

Lim, H.-J., B.J. Turpin, E. Edgerton, S. Hering, G. Allen, H. Maring and P. Solomon. 2003. Semicontinuous aerosol carbon measurements: Comparison of Atlanta Supersite measurements. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D7), 8419. doi:1029/201JD001214.

Lin, X., B.A. Ridley, J. Walega, G.F. Hübler, S.A. McKeen, E.-Y. Hsie, M. Trainer, F.C. Fehsenfeld, and S.C. Liu. 1994. Parameterization of subgrid scale convective cloud transport in a mesoscale regional chemistry model. J. Geophys. Res. 99(D12):25,615-25,630.

Loreto, F. and T.D. Sharkey. 1993a. Isoprene emission by plants is affected by transmissible wound signals. Plant Cell and Environment 16:563-570.

Loreto, F. and T.D. Sharkey. 1993b. On the relationship between isoprene emission and photosynthetic metabolites under different environmental conditions. Planta 189:420-424.

Luke, W.T., T.B. Watson, K.J. Olszyna, R.L. Gunter, R.T. McMillen, D.L. Wellman, and S.W. Wilkison. 1998. A comparison of airborne and surface trace gas measurements during the Southern Oxidants Study (SOS). J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,317-22,337.

Luria, M., R.L. Tanner, R.E. Imhoff, R.J. Valente, E.M. Bailey, and S.F. Mueller. 2000. Influence of natural hydrocarbons on ozone formation in an isolated power plant plume. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D7):9177-9188.

Marsik, F.J. and P.J. Samson. 1994. Effects of canopy micrometerology on the turbulent transport within an urban deciduous forest. In Proceedings of the 21st conference on agricultural and forest meterologyk, San Diego, CA. 7-11 March 1994. (In press)

Marsik, F.J., K.W. Fischer, T.D. McDonald, and P.J. Samson. 1995. Comparison of methods for estimating mixing height used during the 1992 Atlanta Field Intensive. J. Appl. Meteorol. 34:1802-1814.

McKeen, S.A., G. Wotawa, D.D. Parrish, J.S. Holloway, M.P. Buhr, G. Hübler, F.C. Fehsenfeld, and J.F. Meagher. 2002. Ozone production from Canadian wildfires during June and July 1995. J. Geophys. Res. 107(D14), 4192, 10.1029/2001JD000697.

McMurry, P.H., X. Wang, K. Park, and K. Ehara. 2002. The relationship between mass and mobility for atmospheric particles: A new technique for measuring particle density. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 36:227-238.

McNider, R.T. 2004. TexAQS 2000 Web-Based Lagrangian Particle Model.

McNider, R.T., W.B. Norris, and A. Song. 1993. Regional meteorological characteristics during ozone episodes in the Southeast. Proceedings of the Air and Waste Management Association International Specialty Conference on Regional Photochemical Measurement and Modeling Studies. San Diego, California, November 7-12, 1993.

McNider, R.T., W.B. Norris, A.J. Song, R.L. Clymer, S. Gupta, R.M. Banta, R.J. Zamora, A.B. White, and M. Trainer. 1998. Meteorological conditions during the 1995 Southern Oxidants Study Nashville/Middle Tennessee Field Intensive. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,225-22,243.

Meagher, J.F. and W.J. Parkhurst. 1996. Overview of the 1995 Nashville-Middle Tennessee Ozone Study. Proceedings of the Ninth Joint Conference on the Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology. American Meteorological Soc. Paper #8B.1.

Meagher, J.F., E.B. Cowling, F.C. Fehsenfeld, and W.J. Parkhurst. 1998. Ozone formation and transport in southeastern United States: Overview of the SOS Nashville/Middle Tennessee Ozone Study. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,213-22,223.

Mendoza-Dominguez, A. and A.G. Russell. 2001a. Emission strength validation using four-dimensional data assimilation: Application to primary aerosol and precursors to ozone and secondary aerosol. J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 51:1538-1550.

Mendoza-Dominguez, A. and A.G. Russell. 2001b. Estimation of emission adjustments from the application of four-dimensional data assimilation to photochemical air quality modeling. Atmos. Environ. 35:2879-2894.

Meyers, T.P. and D.D. Baldocchi. 1993. Trace gas exchange above the floor of a deciduous forest. 2. SO2 and O3 deposition. J. Geophys Res. 98(D7);12,631-12,638.

Meyers, T.P., P. Finkelstein, J. Clarke, T.G. Ellestad, and P.F. Sims. 1998. A multilayer model for inferring dry deposition using standard meteorological measurements. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,645-22,661.

Middlebrook, A.M., D.M. Murphy, S.-H. Lee, D.S. Thomson, K.A. Prather, R.J. Wenzel, D.-Y. Liu, D.J. Phares, K.P. Rhoads, A.S. Wexler, M.V. Johnston, J.L. Jimenez, J.T. Jayne, D.R. Worsnop, I. Yourshaw, J.H. Seinfeld, and R.C. Flagan. 2003. A comparison of particle mass spectrometers during the 1999 Atlanta Supersite Project. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D7), 8424, doi:10.1029/2001JD000660.

Milford, J. B., D. Gao, S. Sillman, P. Blossey and A.G. Russell. 1994. Total reactive nitrogen (NOy) as an indicator of the sensitivity of ozone to reductions in hydrocarbon and NOx emissions. Journal of Geophysical Research 99(D2):3533-3542.

Modey, W.K., Y. Pang, N.L. Eatough, and D.J. Eatough. 2001. Fine particulate (PM2.5) composition in Atlanta, USA: Assessment of the particle concentrator-Brigham Young University organic sampling system, PC-BOSS, during the EPA supersite study. Atmos. Environ. 35(36):6493-6502.

Monson, R.K., M.T. Lerdau, T.D. Sharkey, D.S. Schimel, and R. Fall. 1995. Biological aspects of constructing volatile organic compound emission inventories. Atmos. Environ. 29(21):2989-3002.

Montzka, S.A., M. Trainer, P.D. Goldan, W.C. Kuster and F.D. Fehsenfeld. 1993. Isoprene and its oxidation products, methyl vinyl ketone and methacrolein, in the rural troposphere. J. Geophys. Res. 98(D1):1101-1111.

Nicks Jr., D.K., J.S. Holloway, T.B. Ryerson, R.W. Dissly, D.D. Parrish, G.J. Frost, M. Trainer, S.G. Donnelly, S. Schauffler, E.L. Atlas, G. Hübler, D.T. Sueper, and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 2003. Fossil-fueled power plants as a source of atmospheric carbon monoxide. J. Environ. Monit. 5:35-39.

Nielsen-Gammon, J.W. 2001. Initial Modeling of the August 2000 Houston-Galveston Ozone Episode. Report to the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. 71 pp.

NOAA Aeronomy Laboratory. 2003. Texas 2000 Air Quality Study - Phase II Analysis of NOAA Data. Final Report to Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Houston/Galveston Air Quality Science Evaluation. 158 pp.

Nouaime, G., S.B. Bertman, C. Seaver, D. Elyea, H. Huang, P.B. Shepson, T.K. Starn, D.D. Riemer, R.G. Zika, and K. Olszyna. 1998. Sequential oxidation products from tropospheric isoprene chemistry: MACR and MPAN at a NOx-rich forest environment in the southeastern United States. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,463-22,471.

Nowacki, P., P. Samson, and S. Sillman. 1996. Sensitivity of urban airshed model (UAM-IV) calculated air pollutant concentrations to the vertical diffusion parameterization during convective meteorological situations. J. Appl. Meteorol. 35:1790-1803.

Nunnermacker, L.J., D. Imre, P.H. Daum, L. Kleinman, Y.-N. Lee, J.H. Lee, S.R. Springston, L. Newman, J. Weinstein-Lloyd, W.T. Luke, R. Banta, R. Alvarez, C. Senff, S. Sillman, M. Holdren, G.W. Keigley, and X. Zhou. 1998. Characterization of the Nashville urban plume on July 3 and July 18, 1995. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D21):28,129-28,148.

Nunnermacker, L.J., L.I. Kleinman, D. Imre, P.H. Daum, Y.-N. Lee, J.H. Lee, S.R. Springston, L. Newman, and N. Gillani. 2000. NOy lifetimes and O3 production efficiencies in urban and power plant plumes: Analysis of field data. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D7):9165-9176.

Odman, M.T., J.W. Boylan, J.G. Wilkinson, A.G. Russell, S.F. Mueller, R.E. Imhoff, K.G. Doty, W.B. Norris, and R.T. McNider. 2002. Integrated modeling for air quality assessment: The Southern Appalachian Mountains Initiative project. Journal de Physique IV, Vol. 12(PR10): 211-234.

Olszyna, K.J., M. Luria, and J.F. Meagher. 1997. Correlation of temperature and rural ozone levels in southeastern U.S.A. Atmos. Environ. 31(18):3011-3022.

Parrish, D.D., M. Trainer, V. Young, P.D. Goldan, W.C. Kuster, B.T. Jobson, F.C. Fehsenfeld, W.A. Lonneman, R.D. Zika, C.T. Farmer, D.D. Riemer, and M.O. Rodgers. 1998. Internal consistency tests for evaluation of measurements of anthropogenic hydrocarbons in the troposphere. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,339-22,359.

Pierce, T., C. Geron, L. Bender, R. Dennis, G. Tonnesen, and A. Guenther. 1998. Influence of increased isoprene emissions on regional ozone modeling, J. Geophys. Res. 103:25,611-25,630.

Pierson, W.R., A.W. Gertler, N.F. Robinson, J.C. Sagebiel, B. Zielinska, G.A. Bishop, D.H. Stedman, R.B. Zweidinger, and W.D. Ray. 1996. Real-world automotive emissions: Summary of studies in the Fort McHenry and Tuscarora Mountain tunnels. Atmos. Environ. 30(12):2233-2256.

Potter, C.S., R.H. Riley, and S.A. Klooster. 1997. Simulation modeling of nitrogen trace gas emissions along an age gradient of tropical forest soils. Ecological Modelling 97(3):179-196.

Rhoads, K.P., D.J. Phares, A.S. Wexler, and M.V. Johnston. 2003. Size-resolved ultrafine particle composition analysis, 1. Atlanta. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D7), 8418, doi:10.1029/2001JD001211.

Riemer, D., P.J. Milne, C.T. Farmer and R.G. Zika. 1994. Determination of terpene and related compounds in semi-urban air by GC-MSD. Chemosphere 28:837-850.

Roberts, J.M., J. Williams, K. Baumann, M.P. Buhr, P.D. Goldan, J. Holloway, G. Hübler, W.C. Kuster, S.A. McKeen, T.B. Ryerson, M. Trainer, E.J. Williams, F.C. Fehsenfeld, S.B. Bertman, G. Nouaime, C. Seaver, G. Grodzinsky, M. Rodgers, and V.L. Young. 1998. Measurements of PAN, PPN and MPAN made during the 1994 and 1995 Nashville Intensives of the Southern Oxidants Study: Implications for regional ozone production from biogenic hydrocarbons. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,473-22,490.

Robinson, N.F., W.R. Pierson, A.W. Gertler, and J.C. Sagebiel. 1996. Comparison of MOBILE4.1 and MOBILE5 predictions with measurements of vehicle emission factors in Fort McHenry and Tuscarora tunnels. Atmos. Environ. 30(12):2257-2267.

Roselle, S.J. and K.L. Schere. 1995. Modeled response of photochemical oxidants to systematic reductions in anthropogenic volatile organic compound and NOx emissions. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D11):22,929-22,941.

Russell, M.M. and D.T. Allen. 2004. Seasonal and spatial trends in primary and secondary organic carbon concentrations in southeast Texas. Atmos. Environ. 38:3225-3239.

Russell, M.M., D.T. Allen, D.R. Collins, and M.P. Fraser. 2004. Daily, seasonal and spatial trends in PM2.5 mass and composition in southeast Texas. Aerosol. Sci. Technol. 38(S1):14-26, doi:10.1080/02786820390229138.

Ryerson, T.B., M.P. Buhr, G.J. Frost, P.D. Goldan, J.S. Holloway, G. Hübler, B.T. Jobson, W.C. Kuster, S.A. McKeen, D.D. Parrish, J.M. Roberts, D.T. Sueper, M. Trainer, J. Williams, and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 1998. Emissions lifetimes and ozone formation in power plant plumes. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,569-22,583.

Ryerson, T.B., L.G. Huey, K. Knapp, J.A. Neuman, D.D. Parrish, D.T. Sueper, and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 1999. Design and initial characterization of an inlet for gas-phase NOy measurements from aircraft, J. Geophys. Res. 104:5483-5492.

Ryerson, T.B., E.J. Williams, and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 2000. An efficient photolysis system for fast-response NO2 measurements,. J. Geophys. Res. 105:26,447-26,461.

Ryerson, T.B., M. Trainer, W.M. Angevine, C.A. Brock, R.W. Dissly, F.C. Fehsenfeld, G.J. Frost, P.D. Goldan, J.S. Holloway, G. Hübler, R.O. Jakoubek, W.C. Kuster, J.A. Neuman, D.K. Nicks, Jr., D.D. Parrish, J.M. Roberts, D.T. Sueper, E.L. Atlas, S.G. Donnelly, F. Flocke, A. Fried, W.T. Potter, S. Schauffler, V. Stroud, A.J. Weinheimer, B.P. Wert, C. Wiedinmyer, R.J. Alvarez, R.M. Banta, L.S. Darby, and C.J. Senff. 2003. Effect of petrochemical industrial emissions of reactive alkenes and NOx on tropospheric ozone formation in Houston, Texas. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D8), 4249, doi:10.1029/2002JD003070.

Saylor, R.D., W.L. Chameides, and E.B. Cowling. 1998. Implications of the new ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards for compliance in rural areas. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D23):31,137-31,141.

Senff, C.J., R.M. Hardesty, R.J. Alvarez II, and S.D. Mayor. 1998. Airborne lidar characterization of power plant plumes during the 1995 Southern Oxidants Study. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D23):31,173-31,189.

Senff, C.J., R.M. Banta, L.S. Darby, R.J. Alvarez II, S.P. Sandberg, R.M. Hardesty and W.M. Angevine. 2002. Ozone distribution and transport in the Houston area: Insights gained by airborne lidar. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, 6-10 December 2002.

Senff, C., R. Banta, L. Darby, W. Angevine, A. White, C. Berkowitz, and C. Doran. 2003. Spatial and Temporal Variations in Mixing Height in Houston. Final Report to the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. TNRCC Project F-20.

Sharkey, T.D. and F. Loreto. 1993. Water stress, temperature, and light effects on the capacity for isoprene emission and photosynthesis of kudzu leaves. Oecologia 95:328-333.

Sillman, S. 1995a. The use of NOy, H2O2 and HNO3 as indicators for ozone-NOx-hydrocarbon sensitivity in urban locations. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D7):14,175-14,188.

Sillman, S. 1995b. New developments in understanding the relationship between ozone, NOx and hydrocarbons in urban atmospheres In J.R. Barker (ed.) Current problems and progress in atmospheric chemistry, World Scientific Publishing Co.

Sillman, S. 1999. The relation between ozone, NOx and hydrocarbons in urban and polluted rural environments. Atmos. Environ. 33:1821-1845.

Sillman, S. 2000. Ozone production efficiency and loss of NOx in power plant plumes: Photochemical model and interpretation of measurements in Tennessee. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D7):9189-9202.

Sillman, S. 2004. Observation-based methods (OBMs) for analyzing urban/regional ozone production and ozone-NOx-VOC sensitivity.

Sillman, S. and P. J. Samson. 1993. Nitrogen oxides, regional transport and ozone air quality: Results of a regional-scale model for the Midwestern United States. Water Air and Soil Pollution 67:117-132.

Sillman, S. and P. Samson. 1995. The impact of temperature on oxidant formation in urban, polluted rural and remote environments. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D6):11,497-11,508.

Sillman, S., K.I. Al-Wali, F.J. Marsik, P. Nowacki, P.J. Samson, M.O. Rodgers, L.J. Garland, J.E. Martinez, R. Imhoff, J.H. Lee, L. Newman, J. Weinstein-Lloyd, V.P. Aneja, and J.F. Meagher. 1995. Photochemistry of ozone formation in Atlanta, GA: Models and measurements. Atmos. Environ. 29(21):3055-3066.

Sillman, S., D. He, C. Cardelino, and R.E. Imhoff. 1997. The use of photochemical indicators to evaluate ozone-NOx-hydrocarbon sensitivity: Case studies from Atlanta, New York and Los Angeles. J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 47:1030-1040.

Sillman, S., D. He, M.R. Pippin, P.H. Daum, D.G. Imre, L.I. Kleinman, J.H. Lee, and J. Weinstein-Lloyd. 1998. Model correlations for ozone, reactive nitrogen, and peroxides for Nashville in comparison with measurements: Implications for O3-NOx-hydrocarbon chemistry. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,629-22,644.

Solomon, P., K. Baumann, E. Edgerton, R. Tanner, D. Eatough, W. Modey, H. Maring, D. Savoie, S. Natarajan, M.B. Meyer, and G. Norris. 2003a. Comparison of integrated samplers for mass and composition during the 1999 Atlanta Supersites project. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D7), 8423, doi:10.1029/2001JD001218.

Solomon, P.A., W. Chameides, R. Weber, A. Middlebrook C.S. Kiang, A.G. Russell, A. Butler, B. Turpin, D. Mikel, R. Scheffe, E. Cowling, E. Edgerton, J. St. John, J. Jansen, P. McMurry, S. Hering and T. Bahadori. 2003b. Overview of the 1999 Atlanta Supersite project. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D7), 8413, doi:10.1029/2001JD001458.

St. John, J.C. and W.L. Chameides. 2000. Possible role of power plant plume emissions in fostering O3 exceedence events in Atlanta, Georgia. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D7):9203-9211.

St. John, J.C., W.L. Chameides, and R. Saylor. 1998. Role of anthropogenic NOx and VOC as ozone precursors: A case study from the SOS Nashville/Middle Tennessee Ozone Study. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,415-22,423.

Starn, T.K., P.B. Shepson, S.B. Bertman, D.D. Riemer, R.G. Zika, and K. Olszyna. 1998a. Nighttime isoprene chemistry at an urban-impacted forest site. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,437-22,447.

Starn, T.K., P.B. Shepson, S.B. Bertman, J.S. White, B.G. Splawn, D.D. Riemer, R.G. Zika, and K. Olszyna. 1998b. Observations of isoprene chemistry and its role in ozone production at a semirural site during the 1995 Southern Oxidants Study. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,425-22,435.

Stroud, C.A., J.M. Roberts, P.D. Goldan, W.C. Kuster, P.C. Murphy, E.J. Williams, D. Hereid, D. Parrish, D. Sueper, M. Trainer, F.C. Fehsenfeld, E.C. Apel, D. Riemer, B. Wert, B. Henry, A. Fried, M. Martinez-Harder, H. Harder, W.H. Brune, G. Li, H. Xie, and V.L. Young. 2001. Isoprene and its oxidation products, methacrolein and methylvinyl ketone, at an urban forested site during the 1999 Southern Oxidant Study. J. Geophys. Res. 106:8035-8046.

Tanaka, P.L., D.T. Allen and C.B. Millins. 2003a. An environmental chamber investigation of chlorine-enhanced ozone formation in Houston, Texas. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D18), 4576 doi:10.1029/2002JD003314.

Tanaka, P.L., D.D. Riemer, S. Chang, G. Yarwood, E.C. McDonald-Buller, E.C. Apel, J.J. Orlando, P.J. Silva, J.L. Jimenez, M.R. Canagaratna, J.D. Neece, C.B. Mullins and D.T. Allen. 2003b. Direct evidence for cholorine-enhanced urban ozone formation in Houston, Texas. Atmos. Environ. 37:1393-1400.

Tanner, R.L., R.J. Valente, and J.F. Meagher. 1998. Measuring inorganic nitrate species with short time resolution from an aircraft platform by dual-channel ozone chemiluminescence. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,387-22,395.

Tanner, R.L., W.J. Parkhurst, M.L. Valente, K.L. Humes, K. Jones, and J. Gilbert. 2001. Impact of the 1998 Central American fires on PM2.5 mass and composition in the southeastern United States. Atmos. Environ. 35:6539-6547.

Thornton, F.C. and N.J. Shurpali. 1996. Estimation of the source strength of soil NOx in the Nashville, Tennessee, urban area. J. Geophys. Res. 101(D17):22,817-22,821.

Thornton, F.C., P.A. Pier, and R.J. Valente. 1997. NO emissions from soils in the southeastern United States. J. Geophys. Res. 102(D17):21,189-21,195.

Tonnesen, G.S. and R.L. Dennis. 2000a. Analysis of radical propagation efficiency to assess ozone sensitivity to hydrocarbons and NOx. 1. Local indicators of instantaneous odd oxygen production sensitivity. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D7):9213-9225.

Tonnesen, G.S. and R.L. Dennis. 2000b. Analysis of radical propagation efficiency to assess ozone sensitivity to hydrocarbons and NOx. 2. Long-lived species as indicators of ozone concentration sensitivity. J. Geophys. Res. 105(D7):9227-9241.

Trainer, M., D.D. Parrish, M.P. Buhr, R.B. Norton, F.C. Fehsenfeld, K.G. Antlauf, J.W. Bottenheim, J.Z. Tang, H.A. Wiebe, J.M. Roberts, R.L. Tanner, L. Newman, V.C. Bowersox, J.F. Meagher, K.J. Olszyna, M.O. Rodgers, T. Wang, H. Berresheim, K.L. Demerjian and U.K. Foychowdhury. 1993. Correlation of ozone with NOy in photochemically aged air. J. Geophys. Res. 98(D2):2917-2925.

Trainer, M., B.A. Ridley, M.P. Buhr, G. Kok, J. Walega, G. Hübler, D.D. Parrish, and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 1995. Regional ozone and urban plumes in the southeastern United States: Birmingham, a case study. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D9):18,823-18,834.

USEPA. 1997. National Air Pollution Emission Trends, 1900-1996. EPA-454/R-97-011. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, Research Triangle Park. NC.

USEPA. 2002. Latest Findings on National Air Quality: 2001 Status and Trends. EPA-454/K-02-001. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, Research Triangle Park. NC.

Valente, R.J. and F.C. Thornton. 1993. Emissions of NO from soil at a rural site in central Tennessee. J. Geophys. Res. 98(D9):16,745-16,753.

Valente, R.J., F.C. Thornton, and E.J. Williams. 1995. Field comparison of static and flow-through chamber techniques for measurement of soil NO emission. J. Geophys. Res. 100(D10):21,147-21,152.

Valente, R.J., R.E. Imhoff, R.L. Tanner, J.F. Meagher, P.H. Daum, R.M. Hardesty, R.M. Banta, R.J. Alvarez, R.T. McNider, and N.V. Gillani. 1998. Ozone production during an urban air stagnation episode over Nashville, Tennessee. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,555-22,568.

Vukovich, F.M. 1992. Meteorological Factors Influencing Regional Ozone and Urban Nonattainment: First Year Report. Final Report to Research Triangle Institute for Subcontract No. 1-94U-5098.

Vukovich, F.M. 1994. Boundary layer ozone variations in the eastern United States and their association with meteorological variations: Long-term variations. J. Geophys. Res. 99(D8):16,839-16,850.

Vukovich, F.M. 1997. Time scales of surface ozone variations in the regional, non-urban environment. Atmospheric Environment 31(10):1513-1530.

Vukovich, F.M. 1998. Aspects of subregional ozone variations in the SOS region. Atmos. Environ. 32(22):3881-3889.

Weber, R., D. Orsini, Y. Duan, K. Baumann, C.S. Kiang, W. Chameides, Y.-N. Lee, F. Brechtel, P. Klotz, P. Jongejan, H. ten Brink, J. Slanina, C.B. Boring, Z. Genfa, P. Dasgupta, S. Hering, M. Stolzenburg, D.D. Dutcher, E. Edgerton, B. Hartsell, P. Solomon, and R. Tanner. 2003a. Intercomparison of near real time monitors of PM2.5nitrate and sulfate at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Atlanta Supersite. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D7), 8421, doi:10.1029/2001JD001220.

Weber, R., D. Orsini, A. Sullivan, M. Bergin, C.S. Kiang, M. Chang, Y.-N. Lee, P. Dasgupta, J. Slanina, B. Turpin, E. Edgerton, S. Hering, G. Allen, P. Solomon and W. Chameides. 2003b. Transient PM2.5 aerosol events in metro Atlanta: Implications for air quality and health. J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 53-84-91.

Weinstein-Lloyd, J.B. and J.H. Lee. 1995. Analysis of hydrogen peroxide by fluorescence spectroscopy. J. Chemistry Education 72:1053-1055.

Weinstein-Lloyd, J.B., J.H. Lee, P.H. Daum, L.I. Kleinman, L.J. Nunnermacker, S.R. Springston, and L. Newman. 1998. Measurements of peroxides and related species during the 1995 summer intensive of the Southern Oxidants Study in Nashville, Tennessee. J. Geophys. Res. 103(D17):22,361-22,373.

White, A.B., C.J. Senff, and R.M. Banta. 1999. A comparison of mixing depths observed by ground-based wind profilers and an airborne lidar. J. Atmos. Ocean. Technol. 16:584-590.

White, A.B., B.D. Templeman, W.M. Angevine, R.J. Zamora, W.W. King. C.A. Russell, R.M. Banta, W. A. Brewer and K.J. Olszyna. 2002. Regional contrast in morning transitions observed during the 1999 Southern Oxidants Study Nashville/Middle Tennessee Intensive. J. Geophys. Res. 107(D23), 4726, doi:10.1029/2001JD002036.

Wiedinmyer, C., A. Guenther, M. Estes, I.W. Strange, G. Yarwood, and D.T. Allen. 2001. A land use database and examples of biogenic isoprene emission estimates for the state of Texas, USA. Atmos. Environ. 35(36):6465-6477.

Wildermuth, M. and R. Fall. 1996. Light-dependent isoprene emission. Plant Physiology 112:171-182.

Williams, E.J. amd F.C. Fehsenfeld. 1991. Measurement of soil nitrogen oxide emissions at three North American ecosystems. J. Geophys. Res. 96(D):1033-1042.

Williams, E.J., A. Guenther and F.C. Fehsenfeld. 1992. An inventory of nitric oxide emissions from soils in the United States. J. Geophys. Res. 97(D7):7511-7519.

Williams, J., J.M. Roberts, F.C. Fehsenfeld, S.B. Bertman, M.P. Buhr, P.D. Goldan, G. Hübler, W.C. Kuster, T.B. Ryerson, M. Trainer, and V. Young. 1997. Regional ozone from biogenic hydrocarbons deduced from airborne measurements of PAN, PPN, and MPAN. Geophys. Res. Lett. 24(9):1099-1102.

Williams, E.J., K. Baumann, J.M. Roberts, S.B. Bertman, R.B. Norton, F.C. Fehsenfeld, S.R. Springston, L.J. Nunnermacker, L. Newman, K. Olszyna, J. Meagher, B. Hartsell, E. Edgerton, J.R. Pearson, and M.O. Rodgers. 1998. Intercomparison of ground-based NOy measurement techniques, J. Geophys. Res.103(D17):22,261-22,280.

Williams, J., J.M. Roberts, S.B. Bertman, C.A. Stroud, F.C. Fehsenfeld, K. Baumann, M.P. Buhr, K. Knapp, P.C. Murphy, M. Nowick, and E.J. Williams. 2000. A method for the airborne measurement of PAN, PPN, and MPAN, J. Geophys. Res. 105(D23):28,943-28,960.

Wotawa, G. and M. Trainer. 2000. The influence of Canadian forest fires on pollutant concentrations in the United States. Science 288:324-328.

Zamora, R.J., E.G. Dutton, M. Trainer, S.A. McKeen, J.M. Wilczak and Y.-T. Hou. 2005. The accuracy of solar irradiance calculations used in mesoscale numerical weather prediction. Mon. Wea. Rev. 133(4):783-792.

Zhang, J., W.L. Chameides, R. Weber, G. Cass, D. Orsini, E. Edgerton, P. Jongejan, and J. Slanina. 2002. An evaluation of the thermodynamic equilibrium assumption for fine particulate composition: Nitrate and ammonium during the 1999 Atlanta Supersite Experiment. J. Geophys. Res. 108(D7), 8414, doi:10.1029/2001JD001592.

Zielinska, B., J.C. Sagebiel, G. Harshfield, A.W. Gertler, and W.R. Pierson. 1996. Volatile organic compounds up to C20 range emitted from motor vehicles: Measurement methods. Atmos. Environ. 30(12):2269-2286.

Zimmerman, P. 1979. Testing of Hydrocarbon Emissions from Vegetation, Leaf Litter and Aquatic Surfaces, and Development of a Methodology for Compiling Biogenic Emission Inventories. EPA-450/4-79-004, US Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC.