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									CapitaID   Title                           JournalIDYear     Volume   Start End
1                                           urban   1961
           The metastability of natural andGFPA-A aerosols. 50        67    80
2          Thermal analyses of aerosols.   JTHE-A   1976     10       183 189
3                                          JAMO-A   1973      of      308 315
           The proportion of volatile aerosols on the island 12 Hawaii.
4                                          JAMO-A   aerosol. 14
           Thermal analyses of the Los Angeles smog 1975              1558 1565
5                                          JRAT-A   1968     3        281 285
           On the composition of cloud nuclei in the Northeastern United States.
6                                          JMSJ-A   1974      and oceanic atmosphere.
           On the volatility of large particles in the urban 52       90    92
7          The volatility of aerosols.     STAB-A   1967     27       4     5
8                                          JRAT-A   1971
           The evaporation of submicron aerosol particles. 5          93    99
9                                          aerosol. 1966
           Properties of the stratospheric TELL-A            18       465 473
10                                         INHQ-F   1956     Dec
           Adsorption of gases and vapors on aerosol particulates.    411 417
11                                         JPCA-A   1968      selection of air quality standards.
           Application of gas-aerosol adsorption data to the 18       751 753
12                                         ESTH-A   1969
           Interaction of airborne particles with gases.     3        558 562
13                                          occur   1969     17        products
           Concerning the interactions thatHEPH-A between radon decay 177 185 and aerosols.
14                                         ANMT-A   1974     9
           Erwarmung und Abkuhlung durch atmospharisches Aerosol.     55    59
15         Shortwave radiation climatonomy.TELL-A   1969     21       208 222
16                                         SCIE-A   air.
           The size of suspended particle matter in 1974     183      1098 1099
17                                         NATU-A   1976     264
           Reduction of visibility by sulphates in photochemical smog.735 736
18                                         ATEN-B   1972     6        247 258
           Predictions of the spectral absorption and extinction coefficients of an urban air pollution aerosol model.
19                                         JGRE-A   1975
           Longwave radiation effects of the Harmattan haze. 80       3419 3424
20                                         TELL-A   California stratus.
           Observations of aerosols and droplets in 1970     22       94    105
21                                         ANMT-A   1967     3         und 115
           Uber die Beziehungen zwischen Messungen der Normischtweite 110 der Landebahnsicht RVR.
22                                         JHTR-A   1969     91       100 104
           Optical constants of soot and their application to heat-flux calculations.
23                                         ATEN-B   1969     3         on   354
           Condensation on ammonium sulphate particles and its effect 347 visibility.
24                                         ATEN-B   1977     11       803 812
           On the nature and origins of visibility-reducing aerosols in the Los Angeles air basin.
25                                          approximate analytic relationship between size distribution parameters and integr
           Spherical particle populations: APOP-A   1976     15       1178 1181
26                                          scatter-backscatter ratio.
           Measurement of the aerosol totalAPOP-A   1972     11       2886 2889
27                                          air.
           Simulating the color of pollutedAPOP-A   1971     10       957 958
28                                         JGRE-A   1974      Comparison of 784
           The Nimbus 4 infrared spectroscopy experiment. 2. 79       777   observed and theoretical radiances from 425-1450 c
29                                         particulate matter: an in 731 734
           Refractive index of atmospheric APOP-A   1974     13        situ method for determination.
30                                         APOP-A   1973
           Optical absorption by atmospheric aerosols.       12       896
31                                    of atmospheric haze.
     Discussion: On the brown colourATEN-B     1972    6         143 144
32                                   der Atmosphare bei geschlossener Wolkendecke.
     Zum Problem der Lichstreuung in ZMET-A    1974    24        57    60
33   Light scattering.               IECH-A    1968    60        30    46
34                                    aerosol 1977 function of particle size for several visibility levels.
     Mass and composition of an urbanJALS-B    as a    8         269 279
35                                    atmospheric aerosols.
     On the particle-size spectrum ofJOMY-A    1960    17        373 374
36                                   TELL-A    California stratus II. 175
     Observations of aerosols and droplets in 1971     23        164
37                                   ATEN-B    1972    6         463 480
     The influence of air origin on the chemical composition and size distribution of tropospheric aerosols.
38                                   ATEN-B    1968    2         13    23
     Variations in the size distributions of sulfur-containing compounds in urban aerosols.
39                                   ATEN-B    1971
     On size distributions of atmospheric aerosols.    5         833 841
40                                   JMSJ-A    1975    53        111 119
     Deformation of the size distribution of aerosol particles dispersing from land to ocean.
41                                    size     1973    7          distributions to source characteristics.
     The relationship of smog aerosolATEN-B and chemical element 633 649
42                                   JAMO-A    1972    11        977 987
     Measurements of aerosol size distributions and vertical fluxes of aerosols on land subject to wind erosion.
43                                   ATEN-B    comparison of two 609 633
     Size distributions of Denver aerosols--a 1974     8          sites.
44                                   JAHS-A    1976    33
     Aerosol size distributions by multiple filter measurements. 1073 1079
45                                    size     1975    9         956 959
     Self-preserving aerosol particleIAOP-B distribution in free-molecule coagulation.
46                                   ATEN-B    the     10        65    71
     Comparison of the mass-size functions of 1976 elements in the aerosols of the Gent industrial district with data fr
47                                    distributed with 1
     The characterization of aerosolsJALS-B    1970              295 307
                                                        respect to size and chemical composition. [Part I.]
48                                   JOMY-A    1960    17        479 483
     Similarity considerations for the particle-size spectrum of a coagulating sedimenting aerosol.
49                                   RDVW-A    1972
     Size distribution of suspended particulates in air.         18    21
50                                   JALS-B    1975
     Determination in situ of the size distribution of 6         291 303
                                                        the atmospheric aerosol.
51                                   haze.
     Liquid particles in atmospheric JATP-A    1952    2         130 140
52                                    surface-level air.
     Atmospheric aerosol particles inATEN-B    1975    9         763 764
53                                   ATEN-B    1977    11        671 675
     Size distribution and chemical composition of atmospheric particulate nitrate in the Nagoya area.
54                                   ATEN-B    1978    12        2425 2428
     On the concentration and size distribution of atmospheric sulfate particles under rural conditions.
55                                   ATEN-B    1977    11        995 999
     Extinction coefficients for multimodal atmospheric particle size distributions.
56                                   IDOJ-A    1968    72
     Sur la dimension des noyaux de condensation meteorologiques.243 246
57                                   TELL-A    1971    23        436 440
     On the variation of the size distribution of large and giant atmospheric particles as a function of the relative h
58                                   and chemical nature of atmospheric aerosol particles in remote oceanic areas.
     Concentration size distribution JALS-B    1974    5         101 109
59                                   JRAT-A    1965    1         53    64
     Concentration et distribution dimensionnelle des gouttelettes de brouillards atmospheriques.
60                                   STAB-A    1967    27        7     13
     Electron- and light-optical determination of the flattening factor and size of oil droplets.
61                                   JAMO-A    1975    14        603 608
     Measurements of atmospheric extinction in the spectral region 360-800 nm by spectroradiometry.
62                                   ANMR-A            5         293   Freien exponierter Korper.
     Prinzipien bei der Aufstellung der Warmehaushaltsgleichungen im 298
63                                   on a drop at small Stokes numbers.
     Deposition of aerosol particles IAOP-B    1970    6         45    51
64                                   CJCH-A    1957    35        1150
     A determination of the surface free energy of sodium chloride. 1156
65                                   ESTH-A    1975    9         457 469
     Automobile exhaust particles properties of environmental significance.
66                                   ATEN-B    1972    6         144 148
     Authors' reply to Discussion: On the brown colour of atmospheric haze.
67                                   concentrations in 6
     Atmospheric turbidity and CCl3F ATEN-B    1972              917 925
                                                        rural Southern England and Southern Ireland.
68                                     in rarefied gases.
      Brownian coagulation of aerosolsJCPS-A   1977     66       638 646
69                                    SCIE-A   of the critical absorption/backscatter ratio.
      Aerosols in the atmosphere: calculation 1974      186      1034 1038
70                                    ATEN-B   von      3        423 441
      Studien zur Bestimmung des Sauregehaltes 1969 Aerosolteilchen.
71                                    individual submicron aerosol particles.
      Discussion: Chemical tests for ATEN-B    1974     8        869
72                                    ATEN-B   1976     10
      The organic constituents of atmospheric particulate matter.603 610
73                                    ATEN-B   1974
      Authors' reply to Discussion: Chemical tests for 8         869
                                                         individual submicron aerosol particles.
74                                    ATEN-B   1978     12       113 125
      Techniques for determining the chemical composition of aerosol sulfur compounds.
75                                    ATEN-B   1978     12
      Chemical properties of tropospheric sulfur aerosols.       39    53
76                                    in aerosols.
      Water-soluble sulphur compounds ATEN-B   1978     12       25    38
77                                    ATEN-B   over     12
      Sulfuric acid particles in subsiding air 1978 Japan.       753 757
78                                    JOMY-A   in the atmosphere.
      The composition of hygroscopic particles 1954     11       334 338
79                                    ESTH-A   1975     9        347 353
      Dependency on polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon content on size distribution of atmospheric aerosols.
80                                    IEPD-A   1970     9        489 494
      Mechanism kinetics and equilibrium of thermal decomposition of ammonium sulfate.
81                                    ATEN-B   1975     9        978
      Time-series analysis of Riverside California air quality data. 989
82                                    JGRE-A   1974     79        Bermuda.
      The organic carbon content of marine aerosols collected on 4474 4477
83                                    carbon   1976      marine aerosols: a laboratory study.
      Factors influencing the organic JGRE-A content of 81       3667 3670
84                                    ESTH-A   1975     9        577 582
      Formation of photochemical aerosol from hydrocarbons; atmospheric analysis.
85                                    ATEN-B   1975     9        495 504
      Formation of pollution particulate nitrogen compounds by NO-soot and NH3-soot gas-particle surface reactions.
86                                    SCIE-A   1978     202      513   at
      Volcanically related secular trends in atmospheric transmission 515 Mauna Loa Observatory Hawaii.
87                                    JPCA-A   1963
      The nature of some model photochemical aerosols. 13        141 147
88                                    ATEN-B   1969     3        355 372
      The chemical composition of atmospheric aerosols on Tees-side and its relation to visibility.
89                                    GRSL-F   1975     2        45    Atlantic Ocean.
      Chemical analysis of Aitken particles (<0.2 um radius) over the 48
90                                    ATEN-B   1975     9        631 642
      The nature and possible origin of acid particles observed at the Swedish west coast.
91                                    IJCK-B   sensitized in 2875 A-irradiated SO2-biacetyl-added gas (CO2 CO N2) mixtur
      The kinetics of biacetyl phosphorescence 1973     5        243 260
92                                    IJCK-B   1973     5        107 117
      A study of the bimolecular intersystem crossing reaction induced in the first excited singlet of SO2 by collisions
93                                    IJCK-B   1972     4        191   sulfur dioxide molecules by collisions with nitrog
      A study of the intersystem crossing reaction induced in gaseous 205
94                                    IJCK-B   1972     4        175 189
      The SO2-sensitized phosphorescence of biacetyl vapor in photolyses at 2650 and 2875 A. The intersystem crossing r
95                                     the fluorescence 13
      Vibronic effects in the decay ofCHPL-B   1972              337 343
                                                         excited in SO2 and NO2.
96                                    dioxide 1969      73
      Foreign gas quenching of sulfur JPCH-A vapor emission.     1071 1076
97                                    in the   1969     91       1609 dioxide at 2875 A.
      Primary photophysical processes JACS-A photochemistry of sulfur 1615
98                                    JACS-A   1971     93        by   2587
      Decay mechanism of triplet sulfur dioxide molecules formed 2583intersystem crossing in the flash photolysis of sulf
99                                     of bisulfite ions in aqueous solution.
      Remarks on the rate of formationAICE-A   1975     21       402 404
100                                   ESTH-A   1976      in
      Reactivity of zinc oxide fume with sulfur dioxide 10 air. 476 481
101                                   JALS-B
      Electrical neutralization of aerosols.   1974     5        465 472
102                                   JCIS-A   1974     49
      Equilibrium bipolar charge distribution of aerosols.       305 312
103                                   JCSI-A   1969     17
      Sorption of ethylene and propylene oxides on silica gels. 2521 2525
104                                   JPCA-A   1966     16       248   gas
      Absorption of hydrogen sulfide and methyl mercaptan from dilute 253 mixtures.
105                                   ATEN-B   1967
      Sulfur dioxide adsorption on--and desorption from 1        121 130
                                                         teflon tygon glass stainless steel and aluminum tubings.
106                                   JPCA-A   on various filter 236 238
      Sulfur dioxide adsorption and desorption 1970     20        media.
107                                   JPCA-A   1967     17       753 756
      Carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide adsorption on--and desorption from glass plastic and metal tubings.
108                                    of Freon-12 Freon-22 and CO2 relative to that of air.
      Rayleigh scattering coefficientsAPOP-A   1973     12       135
109                                   JPCA-A
      Flash photolysis of sulfur dioxide.      1972     22       959 963
110                                   ATEN-B   1978     12
      A review of the dynamics of sulfate containing aerosols. 187 195
111                                   ATEN-B   1978     12        by   777
      Characteristics of sulfur aerosol in Florida as determined 773 PIXE analysis.
112                                   ATEN-B   1978     12       161 169
      Physical properties of atmospheric particulate sulfur compounds.
113                                   sulfur   1978
      The physical characteristics of ATEN-B aerosols. 12        135 159
114                                   ATEN-B
      The formation of atmospheric aerosols.   1979     13       1209 1212
115                                   JPCA-A   1970      and synthetic textile fibers.
      Mechanism of sulfur dioxide absorption by natural 20       471
116                                   JPCA-A   1971
      Mechanism of the absorption of SO2 by limestone. 21        347
117                                   JPCA-A   1976     26       778 782
      Exhaust hydrocarbon relationships with photochemical aerosol formation.
118                                   APOP-A   1973     12       1340 1348
      Application of Backus-Gilbert inversion techniques to determination of aerosol size distributions from optical sca
119                                   ATEN-B   concentration and 645 651
      Determination of particulate composition 1971     5         size distribution changes with time.
120                                   calculated Mie optical cross sections due to errors in samplings of Junge-type aer
      On the sensitivity of errors in ATEN-B   1976     10       717 721
121                                   APOP-A   1976
      Aerosol size distributions: remote determination 15        980 989
                                                         from air-borne measurements of the solar aureole.
122                                   and information theory.
      Light scattering data inversion JCIS-A   1972     39       497 503
123                                   APOP-A   1971     10       2534 2538
      Determination of aerosol size distributions from spectral attenuation measurements.
124                                   APOP-A   1971     10       2035 using scattered radiation data.
      Determination of size distribution of spherical polydispersions 2044
125                                   APOP-A   droplet size distribution in clouds: numerical examination.
      Inversion techniques for determining the 1976     15       378 383
126                                   JAMO-A   1976     15       225 246
      A global average model of atmospheric aerosols for radiative transfer calculations.
127                                   EOST-A   1970      aerosol particles from spectral solar radiation measurements.
      Determination of size distribution of atmospheric 51       2915 2921
128                                   AGMY-A   1976     17
      Beam enrichment of diffuse radiation in a deciduous forest.93    110
129                                   IAOP-B   0.25-2.2 11
      Aerosol extinction in the spectral range 1975      um.     522 526
130                                   IAOP-B   1973
      Variations of the atmosphere's spectral (optical) 9        437 442
                                                         aerosol thickness under conditions of high transparency.
131                                   IAOP-B   1973     9        314 317
      Determinations of the atmospheric-aerosol spectrum from the optical characteristics of the clear daytime sky.
132                                    aerosol 1967 optical data.
      The properties of an atmosphericIAOP-B   from     3        936 949
133                                   QJRM-A   light    101
      What property of a haze is determined by 1975 scattering? 687 692
134                                   of particles of a 7
      A calculation of the dimensions IAOP-B   1971              554   system from the scattering function.
                                                         fine-particle 556
135                                   IAOP-B   1974     10        when the
      Reconstruction of the particle size distribution functions 943 949 information about the refractive index of the
136                                   distribution by statistical regularization of the scattering function.
      Reconstruction of particle size IAOP-B   1972     12       1268 1278
137   Modelling urban air pollution. ATEN-B    1973     7        131 136
138                                    and nephelometric scattering parameters for power law aerosols.
      Mie-theory computations of lidarAPOP-A   1972     11       2880 2885
139                                   APOP-A   1972     11       2697 2705
      Calculated Mie scattering properties in the visible and infrared of measured Los Angeles aerosol size distribution
140                                   JAPI-A   1975     46       3019 3023
      Calibrated remote measurements of SO2 and O3 using atmospheric backscatter.
141                                   AMGA-A   1975     24       69    of
      Comparing lidar reflectivity profiles against measured profiles 92 vertical aerosol distribution between 1 and 3 k
142                                   ATEN-B   study
      An application of lidar technique to the 1974 of 8         537   radiation inversion.
                                                         the nocturnal 541
143                                   ATEN-B   1972
      Lidar observations of tropospheric aerosols.      6        181 190
144                                   on lidar 1975
      The effect of relative humidity BPYA-A            48       159 167
                                               backscatter and extinction by the atmospheric aerosol.
145                                   QJRM-A   1976      California October 1972 to March 1974.
      Lidar observations of the stratospheric aerosol: 102       675 695
146                                   the validity of the single-scattering approximation.
      Influencee of lidar geometry on IAOP-B   1972     8        1226 1229
147                                   IAOP-B   1974     10        water aerosol in the visible and near infrared.
      Tables of extinction and backscattering coefficients for a 91    92
148                                   IAOP-B   1971     7        1165 1173
      Scattering of a narrow light beam in a turbid medium computed by exact solution of the transport equation.
149                                   IAOP-B   microstructure of 911 atmospheric aerosol by laser probing.
      The feasibility of obtaining data on the 1971     7         an   915
150                                   IAOP-B   1975     11
      Lidar observations of the dispersal of seeded clouds.      760 764
151                                   IAOP-B   1973
      Back-scattering signal from a finite pulse source.9        1054 1062
152                                   IAOP-B   1974     10        scattering factor in the atmosphere.
      A laser radar investigation of the vertical profile of the 1216 1220
153                                   IAOP-B   beam     6        591 603
      The backscattering of a narrow radiation 1970 in a turbid medium.
154                                   ATEN-B
      On the brown colour of atmospheric haze. 1971     5        333 344
155                                   IAOP-B   1975     11       647 651
      A multiwavelength method and apparatus for the study of atmospheric ozone and aerosols.
156                                   BPYA-A   1975
      The influence of absorption on the sky radiance. 48        95    102
157                                   JAMO-A   1972      solar radiation.
      Climatic effects of aerosol layers in relation to 11       651 657
158                                   SREN-A   1973     14       169 173
      Measurements of absorbed shortwave energy in a tropical atmosphere.
159                                   MERU-A   1976     29       65    68
      The influence of aerosol size distribution absorption and albedo on the maximum degree of polarization of sky radi
160                                   JAMO-A   1975     14       1389 1396
      The ratio of absorption to backscatter of solar radiation by aerosols during khamsin conditions and effects on the
161                                   IAOP-B   1973
      Estimation of the absorptive power of atmospheric 9        460 470
                                                         haze from cloud brightness.
162                                   JAHS-A   1976      by      1087 1091
      Computations of the absorption of solar radiation 33 clouds.
163                                   JAMO-A   in the tropical troposphere.
      The effect of solar radiation absorption 1975     14       433 443
164                                   QJRM-A   1976     102      553 561
      Infrared absorption and liquid water content in stratocumulus clouds.
165                                   JAMO-A   1976     15
      A parameterization of solar absorption by nitrogen dioxide.479 481
166                                   WTHW-A   1968     21       56    theories of climatic change.
      All other factors being constant... a reconciliation of several 61
167                                   TELL-A   of atmospheric feedback mechanisms.
      Global climate change: an investigation 1975      27       193 198
168   Climatic change.                RGSP-F   1975     13       726 731
169                                   QJRM-A   of climatic variations.
      Towards the understanding and prediction 1976     102      473 498
170                                   ATEN-B
      Carbon dioxide--alternative futures.     1974     8        1213 1223
171                                   ATEN-B
      Pollution and the planetary albedo.      1974     8        1251 1256
172                                    air pollution. 29
      Increase of global albedo due toJAHS-A   1972              1405 1412
173                                   in the   1971     28       1367 1373
      Radiative effects of pollutants JAHS-A atmospheric boundary layer.
174                                   JAMO-A   1971     10        reference to temperature near the earth's surface.
      The effect of atmospheric aerosols on climate with special 703 714
175                                   JAMO-A   1976     15
      Infrared radiative transfer in polluted atmospheres.       28    35
176                                   JAMO-A   1971
      A comment on Climate: the influence of aerosols. 10        840 842
177                                   JAMO-A
      Climate: the influence of aerosols.      1969     8        1001 1002
178                                   SCIE-A   1967
      Climate modification by atmospheric aerosols.     156      1358 1359
179                                   TELL-A    turbidity.
      A note on the measurement of atmospheric 1973     25        593 594
180                                   AMGB-A    1971     over the 297 306
      Determination of atmospheric turbidity parameters 19         north and central India.
181                                   AMGB-A    1973
      Solar irradiation and atmospheric pollution.      21        67    75
182                                   TELL-A    1972    24        56    64
      Wavelength exponent for haze scattering in the tropics as determined by photoelectric photometers.
183                                   JAHS-A    1976    33
      On the interpretation of atmospheric turbidity measurements.794 797
184                                   IAOP-B    1975    11         contrasts of natural formations in spectrophotometry of
      Influence of the atmosphere on the spectral brightness and 348 361
185                                   measurements in characterizing low levels of particulate air pollution.
      The utility of diffuse skylight ATEN-B    1971    5         599 604
186                                   a kraft 1972
      Fallout of sodium sulphate near ATEN-B mill.      6         241 246
187                                   JAMO-A    1975
      Calculated effects of aerosols on sunlight.       14        189 193
188                                   of solar 1969
      The transmission and absorption IAOP-B            5         1301 1308
                                                radiation in the cloudless atmosphere.
189                                   TELL-A    1961    13
      Techniques of determining the turbidity of the atmosphere. 214 223
190                                   ATEN-B    1973    7         271   during fall months.
      A summary of hourly turbidity measurements for Las Vegas Nevada 279
191                                     turbidity measurements for Las Vegas Nevada during fall months.
      Discussion: A summary of hourlyATEN-B     1973    7         665
192                                   parameters from solar radiation 843
      A study of Angstrom's turbidity TELL-A    1969    21        829   measurements in India.
193                                   ATEN-B    1974    8
      Chemical tests for individual submicron aerosol particles. 1      13
194                                   ATEN-B    1975    9         279
      Relating particulate pollution to sources: the 1972 California 299aerosol characterization study.
195                                   particle 1976
      Experimental studies on aerosol ATEN-B            10        475 486
                                                formation by sulfur dioxide.
196                                   ATEN-B    estimated from emission data trajectories and measured air concentrations
      Decay and transformation rates of SO2 as 1975     9         425 429
197                                   ATEN-B    1974
      Determination of the chemical states of sulfur in 8         15    21
                                                         ambient pollution aerosols by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
198                                   ATEN-B
      Dry deposition on a snow surface.         1976    10        783 785
199                                   and San 1973
      Chlorine loss from Puerto Rican JGRE-A Francisco 78          marine aerosols.
                                                         Bay area 8778 8792
200                                   JGRE-A    1973     Rican aerosols.
      Ion ratio variations with particle size in Puerto 78        8867 8871
201                                   JRAT-A    of Aitken nuclei at mountain and rural sites.
      Measurements of the number concentration 1975     9         59    66
202                                   JRAT-A    1975
      Aitken nuclei vs. cloud condensation nuclei.      9         41    45
203                                   l'air     1975    9          littorale.
      Formation de noyaux Aitken dans JRAT-A au-dessus de la zone 67    75
204                                   JAMO-A
      Deposition of particles in a plant canopy.1975    14        52    57
205                                   TELL-A    1968    20         atmosphere.
      On the size distribution of water soluble particles in the 443 448
206                                   of the    1970    22        235 238
      Seasonal and diurnal variations TELL-A size distribution of atmospheric sulfate particles.
207                                   JRAT-A    1975    9
      The production of cloud and Aitken nuclei by the St. Louis 11     22
                                                                   metropolitan area (Project METROMEX).
208                                   TELL-A    using
      Aerometric studies in Greater Cincinnati 1973 an 25         499 507
                                                         integrating nephelometer.
209                                     aerosol 1975
      A kinetic model of sulfuric acidJALS-B            6         45    55
                                                formation from photochemical oxidation of sulfur dioxide vapor.
210                                   JALS-B    a function of the 251 267 of the air. Application to the human respirat
      The size of soluble aerosol particles as 1977     8          humidity
211                                   JAMO-A
      Observations of an industrial cumulus.    1976    15        406 413
212                                   ATEN-B    1975
      The long range transport of sulfur dioxide.       9         1063 1070
213                                   ATEN-B    1975
      The long range transport of airborne material and 9         49    58
                                                         its removal by deposition and washout.--I. General consideratio
214                                   ATEN-B    1975
      The long range transport of airborne material and 9         59    68
                                                         its removal by deposition and washout.--II. The effect of turbu
215                                   ATEN-B    1975    9         483 494
      Characterization of California aerosols.--II. Aerosol size distribution measurements in the Mojave Desert.
216                                   SCIE-A
      Atmospheric effects of pollutants.       1974     183      909 915
217                                   JGRE-A   1971
      Atmospheric sulfur and fossil fuel combustion.    76       6589 6596
218                                   JMSJ-A   1974     52       499 505
      Some characteristics of background aerosols over the Pacific Ocean.
219                                   ATEN-B   1975     9        765
      Discussion: (H2SO4)2SO4 background aerosol: optical detection in St. Louis region.
220                                   ATEN-B    to SO4 from atmospheric concentration data.
      Estimation of transformation rate of SO2 1977     11       179 182
221                                   APOP-A   1973     12
      Blue moon: is this a property of background aerosol?       34    36
222                                   APOP-A    extinction.
      The wavelength dependence of atmospheric 1970     9        2539 2542
223                                   ATEN-B    ultraviolet radiation received at sea level of a model atmosphere.
      Effect of changes in ozone amount on the 1976     10       547 555
224                                   of the   1974     13       1567 1580
      Multiple scattering calculation APOP-A middle ultraviolet reaching the ground.
225                                   APOP-A    middle ultraviolet reaching the ground.
      Influence of clouds haze and smog on the 1974     13       2405 2415
226                                    the spectral region from 0.37 to 1.0 u.
      Spectral transparency of haze inIAOP-B   1969     5        388 394
227                                   IAOP-B   1970     6        641 643
      The variation of the spectral coefficients of radiation attenuation by hazes in the spectral region of 0.59-13 u.
228                                   IAOP-B   1972     8        1261 hazes in the visible and infrared.
      Certain characteristics of spectral transmission of atmospheric 1267
229                                   IAOP-B   1975     11       635 639
      Determination of the aerosol optical thickness from the brightness of the sky in the ozone absorption bands.
230   The 'blue moon' phenomenon.     QJRM-A                     292 296
231                                   RGSP-F   1974     12
      Role of aerosol particles in formation of precipitation. 129 134
232                                   JAHS-A   1969     26       603   atmospheric aerosols and a test of the theory of s
      Comments on Concentration and size distribution measurements of 608
233                                   ESTH-A   1974     8        131 135
      Variations in chemistry of airborne particulate material with particle size and time.
234                                   RGSP-F
      Global air pollution and climatic change.1976     14       429 474
235                                   BPYA-A   1973     46       223 234
      Extinction and absorption coefficients of the atmospheric aerosol as a function of particle size.
236                                   QJRM-A   1975     101      390 391
      Attenuation of total solar radiation by aerosol over Britain and the Atlantic Ocean.
237                                   QJRM-A   1974      skies with atmospheric dust.
      The estimation of solar radiation under cloudless 100      678 681
238                                   SCIE-A
      Basic research in the United States.     1979     204      474 479
239                                   QJRM-A   1974
      New calculations of the Linke turbidity coefficient.       383 385
240                                    in polarized light.
      The horizontal observation rangeIAOP-B   1969     5        430 432
241                                   IDOJ-A   1974     78       333 341
      Growth of cloud elements on ammonium sulphate nuclei due to condensation.
242                                    of single particles.
      Optical scattering per unit massAPOP-A   1975     14       269 270
243                                   ATEN-B   1974     8        823 833
      Influence of surface albedo on the change in the atmospheric radiation balance due to aerosols.
244                                   ATEN-B    change in the atmospheric radiation balance due to aerosols.
      Influence of aerosol cloud height on the 1975     9        89    99
245                                    atmospheric aerosols in the northern hemisphere calculated using a radiative-conv
      Thermal and radiative effects ofATEN-B   1976     10       611 617
246                                   JAMO-A   1975     14
      Thermal changes induced by urbanization and pollutants.    1061 1071
247                                    the layer near the ground 237 a 254
      Short-term effects of aerosol onTELL-A   1972     24        in   cloudless atmosphere.
248                                   JAMO-A   1973     12       901 912
      Modeling of the effects of gaseous and particulate pollutants in the urban atmosphere. Part I: Thermal structure
249                                   JAMO-A   1973     12       913 918
      Modeling of the effects of gaseous and particulate pollutants in the urban atmosphere. Part II: Pollutant disper
250                                   APOP-A   1971     10       749 754
      Determination of the complex index of refraction of spherical aerosol particles.
251                                   JGRE-A   1975
      Optical constants of water in the infrared.       80       1656 1661
252                                    for dry 1974 carbon dioxide and 469
      Rayleigh scattering coefficientsAPOP-A    air     13       468   Freon-12.
253                                   TELL-A   1968     20        mean density of samples of atmospheric aerosol particle
      The real part of the mean complex refractive index and the 371 379
254                                   APOP-A   1974     13       1923
      Measurement of the absorption coefficient of atmospheric dust. 1927
255                                   ATEN-B   1976      particles.
      Energy absorption by volatile atmospheric aerosol 10       241 248
256                                   APOP-A   1973
      Absorption coefficient of atmospheric aerosol: a 12        1356 1363
                                                         method for measurement.
257                                   JAMO-A   1971
      Radiative properties of carbonaceous aerosols.    10       725 731
258                                   TELL-A   1976     28       266 274
      The optical constants of atmospheric aerosol particles in the 7.5-12 um spectral region.
259                                   IAOP-B   1973     9        1034 1043
      The complex refractive indices of substances in the atmospheric- aerosol dispersed phase.
260                                   IAOP-B   1972     8        236 237
      Investigation of true light absorption by aerosols in the 0.4 to 2.4 u region.
261                                   IAOP-B   1974     10       543 545
      Refractive-index selection in the study of atmospheric-aerosol microstructure by optical methods.
262                                   IAOP-B   1973     9        719 728
      Influence of water-aerosol microstructure on the scattering envelope its asymmetry and the degree of polarization
263                                   QJRM-A   1974     100
      Scattering in liquid haze - analytic approximations.       67    75
264                                   JCIS-A   1972     39       520 535
      Light scattering and the size-altitude distribution of atmospheric aerosols.
265                                   JGRE-A   1967     72       469
      Anisotropic nonconservative scattering and the clouds of Venus. 477
266                                   QJRM-A   1973     99       346 369
      Radiative properties of terrestrial clouds at visible and infra- red thermal window wavelengths.
267                                   and cloud droplets and their volume extinction coefficients at visible and infrare
      Size distribution models of fog PAGY-A   1976     114      571 586
268                                   IAOP-B   1973     9        552 556
      Relation of extinction and scattering coefficients to the microstructural parameters of a polydisperse scattering
269                                   IAOP-B   finely dispersed hazes.
      Correlation of the optical properties of 1967     3        611 620
270                                    microstructure and the light scattering matrix.
      Modeling the atmospheric aerosolIAOP-B   1974     10       350 359
271                                   ATEN-B   1975     9         pair of sunglasses.
      Estimating the size range of smog aerosol particles with a 1036 1037
272                                   IAOP-B   1974      optical properties.
      Light polarization as an indicator of atmospheric 10       236 249
273                                   APOP-A   1973     12       2585 2592
      Atmospheric aerosol index of refraction and size-altitude distribution from bistatic laser scattering and solar au
274                                   QJRM-A   1974     100      665   from ground-based polarimeter measurements.
      Determination of optical parameters of atmospheric particulates 677
275                                   JAMO-A   1975     14       1044 1049
      Approximation formulas for the equilibrium size of an aerosol particle as a function of its dry size and compositi
276                                   JAHS-A   1969      droplet growth.
      A generalized equation for the solution effect in 26       608 611
277                                   IAOP-B   1975     11
      Relative humidity and the parameters of natural aerosols. 908 915
278                                   IAOP-B   1974     12       1327 of the radiation field.
      Variability of aerosols under the influence of cloud modulation 1331
279                                   IAOP-B   1971     7        1110 1114
      Effect of relative humidity on the aureole part of the scattering function.
280                                   variability.
      Humidity as a factor in aerosol IAOP-B   1973     9        126 137
281                                   IAOP-B   1971     7        622 631
      Statistical properties of the coefficient of aerosol scattering.
282                                   IAOP-B   1972     8        988 983
      Aerosol extinction of visible and infrared radiation as a function of air humidity.
283                                    aerosols as a function of 291 humidity.
      The size of particles of naturalIAOP-B   1972     9         air 297
284                                   IAOP-B   1971     7
      Aerosol microstructure in the atmospheric boundary layer. 291 301
285                                   of aerosol particles composed of mixed salts.
      Phase transformation and growth JALS-B   1976     7        361 371
286                                   condensation nuclei.
      A theoretical study of nineteen JRAT-A   1969     4        65    78
287                                    scattering by simulated atmospheric aerosols.
      Laboratory measurements of lightAPOP-A   1972     11       1611 1618
288                                    of pre-condensation.
      Visibility forecast in the phaseTELL-A   1969     21       631 635
289                                   BPYA-A   1976     49       98    113
      The influence of relative humidity and its stratification on lidar backscatter.
290                                   APOP-A    1974     13         atmosphere. Part 2.
      Circumsolar radiation as a measure of the turbidity of the 1477 1480
291                                   APOP-A    1974     13
      Circumsolar sky radiation and turbidity of the atmosphere. 474 477
292                                   APOP-A    1971     10        1263 1279
      Interpretation of the sun's aureole based on atmospheric aerosol models.
293                                    scattering indicatrix in the atmospheric surface layer.
      On the aureole part of the lightIAOP-B    1970     6         846 849
294                                    as a     1971      aerosol type field of view wavelength and optical depth.
      Calculated circumsolar radiationAPOP-A function of 10        2542 2543
295                                   IAOP-B    1973     9         1044 1053
      Determination of aerosol microstructure from aureolar measurements by V.F. Turchin's method.
296                                   IAOP-B    1966     2         248 262
      The aureole part of the scattering function in the atmospheric ground layer.
297                                   IAOP-B
      The aureolar scattering functions of haze.1974     10        504 511
298                                   ATEN-B    1974     8         1257 1267
      H2SO4/(NH4)2SO4 background aerosol: optical detection in St. Louis region.
299                                   ATEN-B    1975     9         755 757
      Visibility mass concentration and power use in urban environments.
300                                   ATEN-B    1974
      Chamber studies of visibility-reducing aerosols. 8           1035 1048
301                                   ATEN-B    1974     8         295 296
      Discussion: Trends in smoke concentrations before and after the Clean Air Act of 1956.
302                                   ATEN-B    1976     10        9
      Seasonal patterns of airborne particulate concentrations in New 11 York City.
303                                   ATEN-B    to visibility in a radiation fog.
      A study of the contribution of pollution 1973      7         1079 1092
304                                   ATEN-B    1974     8         669
      Discussion of A study of the contribution of pollution to visib 670ility in a radiation fog.
305                                   ATEN-B    1974     9         371    to
      Reply to discussion of A study of the contribution of pollution 372 visibility.
306                                    Sydney. 1973
      Visibility humidity and smoke inATEN-B             7         281 290
307                                   APOP-A
      It's not so clear in the east nowadays. 1972       11        1724
308                                   on solar 1973
      Effects of atmospheric aerosols ATEN-B             7
                                                radiation.         1173 1185
309                                   JAMO-A    of the urban environment.
      The radiation budget for polluted layers 1971      10        205 214
310                                   SCIE-A
      Aerosols and polar temperature changes. 1975       188       728 730
311                                   IAOP-B    1973     9         1269 1282
      Influence of aerosols on the spectral albedo of the atmosphere-underlying surface system.
312                                   APOP-A    1976     15        632 647
      Multiple scattered radiation emerging from Rayleigh and continental haze layers. 1: Radiance polarization and ne
313                                   APOP-A    1976     15        1003 1011
      Multiple scattered radiation emerging from Rayleigh and continental haze layers. 2: Ellipticity and direction of
314                                   SCIE-A     effects 173 large 138 141
      Atmospheric carbon dioxide and aerosols: 1971       of        increases on global climate.
315                                   JAMO-A    1976     15        464   on
      A theoretical investigation of the effect of aerosol pollutants 469 shortwave flux divergence in the lower troposph
316                                    biologically active spectrum. 1208
      Sea-level solar radiation in theSCIE-A    1974     186       1204
317                                   IAOP-B    1974
      Influence of aerosols on the radiative heat input 10          atmosphere.
                                                          into the 195 201
318                                   flux and 1973
      Prediction of the solar radiant TELL-A             25        486 496
                                                heating rates in a polluted atmosphere.
319                                   JCPS-A    1940
      The absorption coefficient of nitrogen dioxide in 8          157 160
                                                          the visible spectrum.
320                                   TELL-A    1974     26        345 360
      Background aerosol light scattering characteristics: nephelometric observations at Mauna Loa Observatory compared
321                                    with     1964      probing. 457 458
      Atmospheric aerosol observationsJAHS-A searchlight 21
322                                   JOSA-A
      Image transmission by the troposphere. I. 1957     47        499 506
323                                   JCPS-A    1952     20        1745 1749
      Separation of the absorption spectra of NO2 and N2O4 in the range of 2400-5000 A.
324                                   IAOP-B    1971     7         901   the
      The information yield in indirect sounding of various layers of 903 atmosphere.
325                                   MERU-A
      Globale Verteilung der Oberflachenalbedo. 1976     29        38    43
326                                   ID0J-A
      A nagy-es orias legkorl szulfat-reszecskekrol.               204 206
327                                   IAOP-B   1973     9
      Recent results from studies of atmospheric aerosols.        371 385
328                                   JPCA-A   1976
      Atmospheric sulfates from biological sources.     26        210 215
329                                   ESTH-A    total   10        162 168
      Measurement of sulfuric acid aerosol and 1976 sulfate content of ambient air.
330                                   NATU-A   1972     235       372   atmosphere over Southern England.
      Photochemical ozone and sulphuric acid aerosol formation in the 376
331                                   aerosol 1976       by       403 408
      Analysis of sulfur in deposited ATEN-B particles 10 vaporization and flame photometric detection.
332                                   MERU-A   1975     28        37    55
      Die wichtigsten chemischen Bestandteile des Aerosols uber Mitteleuropa unter Reinluftbedingungen in 1800 m Seehohe
333                                    atmospharischen Aerosols in Stoffgruppen.
      Die relative Zusammensetzung desMERU-A   1974     27        129 136
334                                   TELL-A
      Emission of biogenic hydrogen sulfide.   1974     26        254 260
335                                   TELL-A   1974     26        261 267
      The emission of biogenic hydrogen sulfide from Amazonian floodplain lakes.
336                                   BLME-B   1972     2         290 308
      Comparison of urban/rural counter and net radiation at night.
337                                   ZMET-A   1975     25        129 142
      Die bedeutung des aerosols fur den strahlungshaushalt und sein moglicher einfluss auf das klima.
338                                    atmospheric aerosol as revealed by measurements at the ground.
      Absorption of solar radiation byAMGB-A   1962     12        19    40
339                                   TELL-A   1975     27
      Low-level aerosol effects on earth's surface energy balance.318 320
340                                   QJRM-A   1966     92        263   solar radiation from aircraft and at the surface.
      Some determinations of atmospheric absorption by measurement of 269
341                                   PMGT-A    lower   27
      The absorption of solar radiation in the 1976 atmosphere. 21      31
342                                    radiation at Adelaide.
      Atmospheric attenuation of solarQJRM-A   1975     101       1013 1017
343                                   QJRM-A   1972     98        399 401
      Systematic deviations of clear sky atmospheric thermal radiation from predictions of empirical formulae.
344                                   heat budget of the lower atmosphere.
      Effects of aerosol on the local QJRM-A   1976     102       95    102
345                                   JALS-B   1973
      Absorption and scatter of radiation by an aerosol 4          the 737
                                                         layer in 734 free atmosphere.
346                                   AMGB-A   1976     24        189 200
      Observations of atmospheric thermal radiation at Windsor Ontario Canada.
347                                   JGRE-A   1975     80        2960 2962
      Infrared absorption of tropospheric aerosols: urban and rural aerosols of Phoenix Arizona.
348                                   by hollow spherical particles. 727
      Light scattering and absorption IAOP-B   1974     10        720
349                                   IAOP-B   1974     10        1322 1327
      Absorption scattering and extinction of light by water-coated atmospheric particles.
350                                    scattering by radially inhomogeneous atmospheric aerosol particles.
      Angular characteristics of lightIAOP-B   1975     11        643 647
351                                    crystalline clouds.
      Scattering-property asymmetry ofIAOP-B   1975     11        757 760
352                                   APOP-A   1967
      Resonance scattering from absorbing spheres.      6         1549 1554
353                                   absorbing spheres.
      Electromagnetic scattering from APOP-A   1967     6         1377 1382
354                                   aerosols.
      Hemispherical backscattering by JAMO-A   1975     14        380 387
355                                   APOP-A   1973     12
      Measured light-scattering properties of individual aerosol 37     41
                                                                   particles compared to Mie scattering theory.
356                                    particle.
      Light scattering by a spheroidalAPOP-A   1975     14        29    49
357                                   contributions associated with Mie backscattering.
      New calculation of surface wave APOP-A   1973     12        1516 1523
358                                   APOP-A
      Atmospheric vision 0.35 um < < 14 um.    1975     14        404 412
359                                   APOP-A   1975     14        2878 2882
      Horizontal visibility and the measurement of atmospheric optical depth of lidar.
360                                   ATEN-B   1975     9         765 766
      Authors' reply to Discussion: (H2SO4)2SO4 background aerosol: optical detection in St. Louis region.
361                                   IDOJ-A
      A latastavolsag jelentosege a geodeziaban.
362                                   APOP-A   1970     9         1804 1810
      Relationships between vertical attenuation and surface meteorological range.
363                                   as a measure of background 400 403 pollution.
      Visibility of distant mountains APOP-A   1975     14         aerosol
364                                   IAOP-B    of spectral and integral brightnesses of natural objects to the covarianc
      Relation of covariances and correlations 1975     11        639 642
365                                   SREN-A    1973    15
      The measurement of photosynthetically active radiation.     83    87
366                                   SREN-A    measurements of an effective air pollution mixing depth.
      The use of pyrheliometers for continuous 1973     15        143 154
367                                   SREN-A    1973    15        155 170
      Solar radiation net radiation and temperature in Argonne Chicago.
368                                   SREN-A    1974    15        281 285
      An empirical method for estimating sunshine from total cloud amount.
369                                   AGMY-A    1976    17        1     7
      Relationships of photosynthetically active radiation and shortwave irradiance.
370                                   AMGB-A    1976    24        209 217
      Small variation in the photosynthetically active fraction of solar radiation on clear days.
371                                    theoretical spectra for photosynthetically active radiation at various atmospheri
      A comparison of experimental andAGMY-A    1976    16        405 412
372                                   APOP-A
      Visibility. Part I. Introduction.         1964    3         550
373   Visibility. Part II. Summary. APOP-A      1964    3         551 556
374                                   properties of objects and backgrounds.
      Visibility. Part III. Optical APOP-A      1964    3         556 562
375                                   APOP-A    1964    3         562 569
      Visibility. Part IV. Use of visual performance data in visibility prediction.
376                                   APOP-A    visual search.
      Visibility. Part V. Ocular behavior in 1964       3         569 570
377                                   APOP-A    1964
      Visibility. Part VI. Atmospheric properties.      3         570 581
378                                   APOP-A
      Visibility. Part VII. Water properties.   1964    3         582 583
379                                   APOP-A    1964
      Visibility. Part VIII. Techniques of measurement. 3         584 587
380                                   APOP-A    1964
      Visibility. Part IX. Object classification.       3         587 591
381                                   APOP-A
      Visibility. Part X. Visual search.        1964    3         591 596
382                                   APOP-A    1964
      Visibility. Part XI. Past present and future. 3             596 598
383                                   ATEN-B    1976     Louis area.
      Measurements of atmospheric pollutants in the St. 10        181 194
384                                   SCIE-A
      Nitrate losses from disturbed ecosystems. 1979    204       469 474
385                                   SCIE-A    1979    204       497 499
      Acid rain: neutralization within the Hubbard Brook ecosystem and regional implications.
386                                   JAMO-A    by five different 204 216
      The urban plume as seen at 80 and 120 km 1975     14         sensors.
387                                   JRAT-A    1976    10
      Urban induced influences on convective cloud activity.      143 156
388                                   SOSC-A    related to environments.
      Global dustfall during the quaternary as 1973     116       135 145
389                                   SOSC-A    1977     wind erosion of sandy soil high plains of west Texas.
      Characteristics of airborne particles produced by 123       97    110
390                                   JAMO-A    1977    16        1089 1096
      Three-dimensional distribution of air pollutants in the Los Angeles basin.
391                                    from     1978    42        158 162
      Oxygen isotopic ratios of quartzSSSA-A wind-erosive soils of southwestern United States in relation to aerosol dust
392                                   JGRE-A    1974    79        4068 4075
      The influence of wind velocity on the size distributions of aerosols generated by the wind erosion of soils.
393                                   TAAE-A    1977
      Fine particulate emissions due to wind erosion. 20          890 897
394   Haze in the stratosphere.       NATU-A    1978    258       134
395                                   NATU-A    1975    255       118 121
      Long-range transport of photochemical ozone in north-western Europe.
396                                   APOP-A    1974    13        478 486
      Spectral radiative flux divergence and its variability in the troposphere in the 0.4-2.4-u region.
397                                   JAHS-A
      Haze and fog aerosol distributions.       1966    23        605 613
398                                   JGRE-A    1974    79        4080 4084
      Microscale transport of sand-sized soil aggregates eroded by wind.
399                                   JGRE-A    1974    79         by   4125
      Comments on 'A photochemical theory of tropospheric ozone' 4124W. Chameides and J.C.G. Walker.
400                                   ATEN-B    1976    10        981   direct solar radiation received during the summer
      An experimental study of the effects of aerosols on diffuse and 987
401                                   JCIS-A   1972     39        252 259
      Multiwavelength nephelometer measurements in Los Angeles smog aerosols. II. Correlation with size distributions
402                                   IAOP-B
      Two models of the atmospheric aerosol.   1973     9         947 953
403                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        735 742
      The growth of sulphuric acid aerosol particles when contacted with water vapour.
404                                   Atlantic.
      Maritime sulfate over the North ATEN-B   1978     12        707 713
405                                   JALS-B    and     8         149 159
      Aerosol growth studies--II. Preparation 1977 growth measurements of monodisperse salt aerosols.
406                                   JALS-B   1977     8         321 330
      Aerosol growth studies--III. Ammonium bisulfate aerosols in a moist atmosphere.
407                                   JCIS-A   1972     39        242 251
      Multiwavelength nephelometer measurements in Los Angeles smog aerosol. I. Comparison of calculated and measured
408                                   JPCA-A   1962     12        83    89
      Field evaluation of combustion air effects on atmospheric emissions from municipal incinerators.
409                                   atmospheric optical thicknesses 1196
      Degree of interdependence among JAMO-A   1975     14        1187 in spectral bands between 0.36-2.4 um.
410                                   JAMO-A   1976     15        441 454
      Results of a comprehensive atmospheric aerosol-radiation experiment in the southwestern United States.
411                                   JAMO-A   1976     15        455 463
      Results of a comprehensive atmospheric aerosol-radiation experiment in the southwestern United States. Part II: R
412   Energy strategies.              ENRY-F   1976     1         147 163
413                                    energy 1976      1         325 334
      Toward a better understanding ofENRY-F consumption--I. The distribution of per capita energy consumption in the
414                                    energy 1977      2         273 282
      Toward a better understanding ofENRY-F consumption--III. Energy analysis.
415                                   JGRE-A    of the earth's surface.
      The effect of atmospheric haze on images 1975     80        5035 5040
416                                    irradiances through smog over Los Angeles.
      The transfer of near ultravioletATEN-B   1972     6         165 180
417                                   JAZA-A   1967
      A study of visibility versus population growth in 4Arizona. 226 228
418                                   JAZA-A   1972     7
      Pollution: patterns of visibility reduction in Tuscon.      101 108
419                                   ESTH-A   1978     12        418 425
      Sulfate and nitrate data from the California aerosol characterization experiment (ACHEX).
420                                    ambient 1978
      Continuous in situ monitoring ofATEN-B            12        89    98
                                                particulate sulfur using flame photometry and thermal analysis.
421                                   JPCA-A   1967     17        796 799
      Studies on a new method of simultaneously removing sulfur dioxide and oxides of nitrogen from combustion gases.
422                                   JAMO-A   1978     17        153 160
      Estimated effective chimney heights based on rawinsonde observations at selected sites in the United States.
423                                   MERU-A   1972     25        134 140
      Zum spektralen Verlauf der Strahlungsextinktion und ihrer Beeinflussung durch die relative Luftfeuchtigkeit.
424                                   ZMET-A   1975     25
      Fourier expansion of the phase matrix for Mie scattering. 357 361
425                                   QJRM-A   1975               711   of
      Comments on Measurements and interpretation of the polarization 713 radiation emerging from the atmosphere at an al
426                                   ATEN-B   1974     8         774
      Discussion of A study of the contribution of pollution to visibility.
427                                   CJPH-A
      Atmospheric thermal emission 2.5-4.2 u. J1973     51        365 372
428                                   JPCA-A    sulfur dioxide to 318 324 in the U.S.
      Regional transport and transformation of 1976     26         sulfates
429                                   of tropospheric aerosols. 869
      Discussion: Lidar observations ATEN-B    1972     6
430                                   ATEN-B   1972
      Authors' reply to Discussion: Lidar observations 6          869 870
                                                         of tropospheric aerosols.
431                                    in an   1974     8         507 518
      A comparative study of turbidityATEN-B urban and a rural environment at Toronto.
432                                    of turbidity in an urban and rural environment at Toronto.
      Discussion: A comparative studyATEN-B    1975     9         271
433                                   ATEN-B   1969     3         238 239
      Note on the vertical distribution of pollutants in stagnating air.
434                                   SCIE-A   1976     193
      Light scattering by irregular randomly oriented particles. 480 482
435                                   SPSR-A   1974
      Light scattering in planetary atmospheres.        16        527 610
436                                   TELL-A   1969     21
      Particle characteristics from light scattering measurements.223 229
437                                   summertime sulfate concentrations in New York State.
      Ensemble trajectory analysis of ATEN-B   1978     12        1889 1993
438                                   ATEN-B    and      9        301    its
      Locating the St. Louis urban plume at 80 1975 120 km and some of 313 characteristics.
439   Interpretation of soils.        PGME-A    1974     40       87    94
440                                   PGME-A
      Special color analysis techniques.        1974     40       1315 1322
441                                   PGME-A
      Thematic mapping of flooded acreage.      1972     38       1081 1090
442                                   JRAT-A    1977      in      227 238
      Comparison of sodium chloride particles generated 11 the laboratory and in nature.
443                                   environment.
      The three E's--economics energy EPAJ-F    1978     4
444                                   JPCA-A    1976
      A Lagrangian model of the Los Angeles smog aerosol.26       32    35
445                                   of dust 1976
      Frequency and diurnal variation ATEN-B storms in 10         813 825
                                                          the contiguous U.S.A.
446                                   ATEN-B    1973     7        1033 1061
      Mathematical modeling of photochemical air pollution--I. Formulation of the model.
447                                   ATEN-B    1977     11       173    of
      Application of a statistical trajectory model to the simulation 178 sulfur pollution over northeastern United State
448                                   ATEN-B    1977     11       313 319
      Distant source sensing by statistical treatment of air quality data.
449                                   air pollution data in an urban area.
      Spatial correlation analysis of ATEN-B    1978     12       1103 1107
450                                   ATEN-B    1973     7        793
      An application of spectrum analysis to synoptic-pollution data. 801
451                                   of source in relation to long distance transport of air pollutants.
      Initial dry deposition and type ATEN-B    1979     13       295 301
452                                   IJAP-A    1959     2
      Daily and seasonal pollution cycles in the Detroit-Windsor 51area.76
453                                   ATEN-B    1978
      A multivariate statistical analysis of visibility 12        2213 2221
                                                          degradation at four California cities.
454                                   SREN-A    1976     18       215 223
      Importance of the diffuse sky radiation in evaluation of the performance of a solar cell.
455                                   ATEN-B    1978     12       1143 1153
      Chemical element balances and identification of air pollution sources in Washington D.C.
456                                    total    1976     10       39    43
      Size distribution of atmosphericATEN-B aerosols sulfate ammonium and nitrate particulates in the Nagoya area.
457   The cloud bright spot.          PGME-A    1973     39       370 376
458                                   JAHS-A    1978
      Biosphere-albedo feedback and climate modeling. 35          1765 1768
459                                   JRAT-A    1974     8         potential for long range transport.
      On the production of soil wind erosion aerosols having the 735 744
460                                   ATEN-B    1977
      Measurements of visibility vs. mass-concentration 11        193 196
                                                          for airborne soil particles.
461                                   JGRE-A    1977     82       3153 3160
      Complex index of refraction between 300 and 700 nm for Saharan aerosols.
462                                   and the 1976       15       470 478
      The relation between visibility JAMO-A size-number distribution of airborne soil particles.
463                                   JGRE-A    1977     82       2074 2082
      Commonalities in measured size distributions for aerosols having a soil-derived component.
464                                    spheres 1924
      On the resistance experienced byPHRV-A              motion through gases.
                                                in their 23       710 723
465                                   IAOP-B    1972     8        389 395
      The concentration of water-soluble substances in atmospheric aerosol particles.
466                                   sulfur    1971     21       9
      Economic factors in recovery of JPCA-A dioxide from power plant 15 stack gas.
467                                    to identify sources of selected elements in the Boston urban aerosol.
      The use of multivariate analysisATEN-B    1976     10       1015 1025
468                                    scale    1967
      A factor analysis model of largeATEN-B pollution. 1         147 157
469                                   ATEN-B    1978     12        United States.
      Regional residence time of sulfur dioxide over the eastern 1489 1495
470                                   ESTH-A    1977     11        characterization of atmospheric particulate composition
      Application of pattern recognition and factor analysis for 795 800
471                                   ATEN-B    1972     6        319    an
      Aerometric data analysis--time series analysis and forecast and 342 atmospheric smog diagram.
472                                   major     1978      of      832 845
      Tropospheric aerosols from some JAMO-A dust storms 17 the southwestern United States.
473                                   the electron microscope. 82
      The study of air pollution with QJRM-A    1956     82             86
474                                   ATEN-B    dynamic model for 375 402
      Formulation and initial application of a 1975      9         urban aerosols.
475                                    roof     water    20
      Reduction of heat flux through aSREN-A by 1978 film.        189 191
476                                   paint.
      Radiative cooling of TiO2 white SREN-A    1978     20       185 188
477                                   SREN-A    1977     19
      Solar energy and the residence--some systems aspects.       539 548
478                                   Mauna     1967     11       133 141
      Solar radiation measurements on SREN-A Loa (Hawaii) and their bearing on atmospheric transmission.
479                                   JAHS-A    1971
      Measurements of the earth's radiation budget from 28        305 314
                                                          satellites during a five-year period. Part I: Extended time an
480                                   JAMO-A    1979     18        storm systems.
      Precipitation scavenging of urban pollutants by convective 294 316
481                                   JAMO-A    1975     14       388 395
      Effect of cloudiness on the transfer of solar energy through realistic model atmospheres.
482                                   BLME-B    Karman relationship and some further implications on the values of the co
      A generalization of the Kolmogorov - von 1977      11       375 380
483                                   BAMI-A    1973
      Worldwide variations in atmospheric transmission: 54        307   results from Smithsonian observations.
                                                           1. Baseline 316
484                                    in atmospheric particulates via sequential filtration.
      Analysis of respirable fractionsJPCA-A    1977     27       675 678
485                                    State. 1978
      Transport of sulfate to New YorkESTH-A             12       580 584
486                                   JPCA-A    1978
      Continuous observation of particulates during the 28        224 228
                                                          General Motors sulfate dispersion experiment.
487                                   atmospheric trace 12
      Some aspects of the transfer of ATEN-B    1978              2055 2087
                                                          constituents past the air-sea interface.
488                                   SCIE-A    1979     203
      Economic feasibility of solar water and space heating.      1214 1220
489                                    the three-dimensional transfer 1725
      The effect of finite geometry onJAHS-A    1978     35       1712 of solar irradiance in clouds.
490                                   JAHS-A    1978     35       1726 1734
      Evaluation of daylight or diurnally averaged photolytic rate coefficients in atmospheric photochemical models.
491                                   MWRE-A    1978      in      1353 1367
      Estimating variability of surface air temperature 106 the Northern Hemisphere.
492                                   MWRE-A    1978      6 satellite data.
      Atmospheric structure deduced from routine Nimbus 106       1340 1352
493                                   SREN-A    of insolation sequences.
      Autocorrelation and stochastic modelling 1977      19       343 347
494                                   SREN-A    1977     19       325 329
      Calculation of monthly average insolation on tilted surfaces.
495                                   SREN-A    1977
      A distributed lag model to predict incoming solar 19        217 218
                                                          radiation.
496                                   ATEN-B    1971     5
      Global air pollution--meteorological aspects a survey.      363 402
497                                   ATEN-B    1976     10       159 162
      The variations in the concentrations of airborne particulate matter with wind direction and wind speed in Denmark.
498                                   sulphates in Canada and its relationship to long-range transport of air pollutants
      The distribution of atmospheric ATEN-B    1978     12       1471 1480
499                                   MWRE-A    radar
      On the relationship of severe weather to 1978 tops.106      1332 1339
500                                   ATEN-B    1971     5        209 215
      Comparison between the light extinction aerosol mass concentration relationship of atmospheric and air pollutant e
501                                   IAPW-A    1966     10       689 711
      Relationships between certain meteorological factors and photochemical smog.
502                                   JAMO-A    1977     16       1101 1106
      Ozone and visibility reduction in the midwest: evidence for large-scale transport.
503                                   ATEN-B    of ozone 11
      An investigation of long-range transport 1977               797 802
                                                          across the midwestern and eastern United States.
504                                   ATEN-B    of soot and sulfate aerosols.
      An investigation into regional transport 1972      6        675 693
505                                   transport of air pollutants.
      Ground-level ozone and regional JAMO-A    1977     16       1127 1136
506                                   ATEN-B    1979
      A note on air quality in high pressure systems. 13          255 265
507   Better than a wind rose.        ATEN-B    1975     9        537 542
508                                   BAMI-A    1958     39       31    34
      A study of the relationship between visibility and temperature-dewpoint spread.
509                                   ATEN-B    1976     10       353 362
      The mixing height and mass balance of SO2 in the atmosphere above Great Britain.
510                                   ATEN-B    1976     10       925 934
      Computation of horizontal trajectories based on the surface geostrophic wind.
511                                   IAPW-A    1964     8        11    19
      On the representativeness of surface wind observations using data from Nashville Tennessee.
512                                   ATEN-B   1975    9         871 905
      Adiabatic atmospheric boundary layers: a review and analysis of data from the period 1880-1972.
513                                    potential with the use of 855 863 surface observation data.
      A model to predict the pollutionATEN-B   1976    10         airways
514                                   JAMO-A   1967    6         1039 1044
      Mixing depths wind speeds and air pollution potential for selected locations in the United States.
515                                   ATEN-B   1969
      The thickness of the planetary boundary layer.   3         519 536
516                                   ATEN-B   1979    13        87    96
      Analysis of air pollution data by the combined use of interactive graphic presentation and a clustering technique.
517                                   ATEN-B   1977    11        145   and
      Photochemical production of ozone in Western Europe (1971-1975) 155 its relation to meteorology.
518                                   SCIE-A   pollutants: ozone and 189
      Formation and transport of secondary air 1976    194       187   aerosols in the St. Louis urban plume.
519                                   SREN-A   1977    20        283 287
      Prediction of the monthly and annual performance of solar heating systems.
520   Nocturnal ozone maxima.         ATEN-B   1978    12        951 955
521                                    of sulphur dioxide from low-velocity jets.
      Factors affecting the collectionATEN-B   1978    12        1467 1469
522                                   instruments for the precision measurement of insolation.
      Calibration standards and field SREN-A   1978    20        357 358
523   10 Gamble E. The mussel watch. ENVC-F    1978    5         101 125
524                                   ELEC-A   special signal handling.
      Transmitting data by satellite calls for 1979    52        91    98
525                                    conditions.
      Special color analysis of runwayPERS-F   1975    41        1259 1268
526                                   PERS-F   1978    44
      The blue-to-green reflectance ratio and lake water quality.1303 1310
527                                   PERS-F   1977
      Terrain classification using color imagery.      43        507 513
528                                   PAGY-A   1976    114       925 932
      Possible correlation between ozone and Aitken nuclei counts in the lower stratosphere.
529                                   ATEN-B   1978    12        461 477
      Meteorological aspects of the transport of pollution over long distances.
530                                   JCIS-A
      Mie scattering by three polydispersions. 1972    39        536 545
531                                   ATEN-B   1977    11        697   visibility reduction by aerosols.
      The application of the linear system theory of visual acuity to 701
532                                   ATEN-B
      Meteorology of long-range transport.     1978    12        425 444
533                                   ESTH-A
      Smog: both a rural and urban headache. 1976      10        1084 1085
534                                   TELL-A   1977    29
      Aitken nuclei measurements in the lower stratosphere.      116 127
535                                   JRAT-A   1976    10        129 142
      Possible effect of surfactants on the evolution of cloud droplet size spectrum.
536                                   JAMO-A   1976    15
      Comments on comparisons of condensation nucleus counters. 1333 1336
537                                   by a falling water drop. 674 682
      Scavenging of aerosol particles JAHS-A   1978    35
538                                   ATEN-B   1974    8         1111 1117
      Effect of relative humidity on the size of atmospheric aerosol particles.
539                                    ozone   1977    11        967 983
      On the relationship between highATEN-B in the rural surface layer and high pressure systems.
540                                   JALS-B   1973    4         373 378
      The growth of atmospheric aerosol particles as a function of the relative humidity--II. An improved concept of mi
541                                   sulfur   1976    5         47    54
      On the role of the tropospheric AMBI-F cycle in the shortwave radiative climate of the earth.
542                                   ATEN-B   1972    6          black air-borne particulate matter (soot) and particle-
      Long distance transport of air pollutants--measurements of 661 673
543   Brown haze: NO2 or aerosol?     ATEN-B   1969    3         653 656
544                                   on the   1974    13        349 357
      Effect of atmospheric turbidity AGMY-A photosynthetic rates of leaves.
545                                   ESTH-A   1973    7         235 240
      Chemical element balances and identification of air pollution sources.
546                                   SREN-A   1977    19        277 282
      Simulation analysis of passive solar heated buildings-- preliminary results.
547                                   ATEN-B   1978    12        735   of
      Spatial and temporal distributions of airborne sulfate in parts 752 the United States.
548                                   smog.
      On the color of the Los Angeles ATEN-B   1976    10        199 204
549                                   solar     1978    20
      Thermal optimization of compact SREN-A water heaters.       193 196
550                                   ATEN-B    1978    12        1455 1465
      Visual impact of plumes from power plants: a theoretical model.
551                                   ANCH-A    atmospheric particulate sulfur.
      Determination of submicrogram amounts of 1975     47        2062 2064
552                                   ATEN-B
      Sulfur budget of a power plant plume.     1978    12        549 568
553                                   ESTH-A    with    10        904 907
      Atmospheric particulate mass measurement 1976 beta attenuation mass monitor.
554                                   NUIM-A    data.
      Statistical techniques for handling PIXE 1977     142       259 261
555                                   12 Wolff G.T. Summary of the New York summer aerosol study (NYSAS).
      10 Sinclair D. 11 Tanner R.L. JPCA-A      1978    28        321 327
556                                   atmospheric turbidity measurements in the Los Angeles basin.
      Urban-rural solar radiation and JAMO-A    1978    17        1595 1609
557                                   JOMY-A    1958    15         sulfate
      The concentration of chloride sodium potassium calcium and 417 425 in rain water over the United States.
558   Dependence on imports of oil.   SCIE-A    1979    203       1297
559                                   ATEN-B    1978     aerosols.
      The formation and stability of sulfite species in 12        263 271
560                                   modeling 1978
      Project MISTT: mesoscale plume ATEN-B             12         transformation and ground removal of SO2.
                                                of the dispersion 569 588
561                                   ATEN-B    1978    12        589 598
      Project MISTT: kinetics of particulate sulfur formation in a power plant plume out to 300 km.
562   The sulfur cycle.               SCIE-A    1972    175       587 596
563                                    from     1974    185
      Ammonia flux into the atmosphereSCIE-A a grazed pasture.    609 610
564   Dust storms.                    SCAM-A    1976    235       108 114
565                                   JGRE-A    compounds to the troposphere and stratosphere.
      Volcanic emissions of halides and sulfur 1975     80        1650 1652
566                                   TELL-A    of the stratospheric aerosol layer.
      Isotopic studies of the sulfur component 1974     26        222 234
567                                   TELL-A    the     28        427   droplets in California stratus.
      Sulfur isotope ratios and the origins of 1976 aerosols and cloud 433
568                                   ESTH-A
      Sources of polonium-210 in atmosphere.    1976    10        586 591
569   Sulphur emissions in Europe.    ATEN-B    1978    12        455 460
570                                   nuclei. 1969
      The oceanic production of cloud JRAT-A            4         179 181
571                                   TELL-A    1972     atmosphere from the chemical composition of precipitation.
      Estimation of the background contamination of the 24        122 127
572                                   ANMR-A    1965
      Einige Grundfragen der Reinhaltung der Luft.                1     7
573                                   importance for the carbon cycle.
      Changes of land biota and their SCIE-A    1977    196       613 615
574                                   by successive takeoffs of jet aircraft.
      Visibility deterioration caused AMGB-A    1963    13        108 113
575                                   JALS-B    1972    3         429
      Mechanisms of small particle re-entrainment from flat surfaces. 440
576                                   JPCA-A
      The sulfur balance of incinerators.       1968    18        171 174
577                                    effective approach for limiting cold end corrosion and deposits.
      Cold end treatment programs...anENFI-A    1978    50        35    38
578                                   acid and 1978
      The measurement of the sulfuric ATEN-B            12        2511 2514
                                                sulfate content of particulate matter resulting from the combustion of co
579                                   ATEN-B    1978    12        779 784
      The same-day impact of power plant emissions on sulfate levels in the Los Angeles air basin.
580                                   ATEN-B    1978    12        649 659
      MAP3S: An investigation of atmospheric energy related pollutants in the northeastern United States.
581                                   SCIE-A    1971    172       261 263
      Selenium and sulfur in a Greenland ice sheet: relation to fossil fuel combustion.
582                                   source. 1974
      Power plants may be major ozone CENE-A            52        22    27
583                                   BASI-A    biosphere the industriosphere and their interactions.
      Look what's happening to our earth. The 1975      March     11    21
584                                   ATEN-B    1971    5          a    482
      Consideration of deposition of pollutants in the design of 473stack height.
585                                   ENSC-A    1974
      Trace-metal pollution--sources routes and fates. May        16    17
586                                   JPCA-A    1964    14        203 207
      Literature and research survey to determine necessity and feasibility of air pollution research project on combust
587                                   JPCA-A    1966    16        362 366
      The development of air contaminant emission tables for nonprocess emissions.
588                                   ESTH-A    1975
      Trace element behavior in coal-fired power plant. 9         862 869
589                                   JPCA-A    1964    14         from heat-generation and incineration processes.
      Emissions of polynuclear hydrocarbons and other pollutants 267 278
590                                    rubber 1974
      Airborne particulate debris fromRCTE-A tires.     47        1275 1299
591                                   ESTH-A    1975    9         1058 by energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence.
      Sources and elemental composition of aerosol in Pasadena Calif. 1068
592                                   JPCA-A    1975    25        404 405
      Note on in-traffic measurement of airborne tire-wear particulate debris.
593                                   ATEN-B    1978
      Sulfates in the atmosphere: a progress report on 12         537 547
                                                         Project MISTT.
594                                   ATEN-B    1976
      Particulate sulfur analysis: application to high 10         591 595
                                                         time resolution aircraft sampling in plumes.
595                                   JAMO-A    1978    17        1572 1575
      Observational evidence of systematic radiosonde temperature sensing anomalies.
596                                    plant    1968
      Discussion of Sulfur dioxide andJOCM-A response. 10         524 534
597                                   MWRE-A    1978     Ontario. 1742 1747
      Diurnal wind and temperature variations over Lake 106
598                                   ATEN-B    plume. 12
      Cloud nucleus formation in a power plant 1978               307 312
599                                   ATEN-B    1978    12        323 333
      Aerosol size distributions and aerosol volume formation for a coal-fired power plant plume.
600                                   JPCA-A    1974
      Wind fields over the St. Louis metropolitan area. 24        232 236
601                                   WTHW-A    1965    18
      Temperature inversions and the trapping of air pollutants. 172 174
602                                   ATEN-B    1973    7         39    48
      The effect of a horizontal impervious layer caused by a temperature inversion aloft on the dispersion of pollutant
603   Statistics of precipitation.    JRAT-A    1974    8         73    88
604                                   ATEN-B    1973    7         373   by
      Discussion: The effect of a horizontal impervious layer caused 374 a temperature inversion aloft on the dispersion
605                                   ATEN-B    1975    9         409 416
      Sulphur dioxide in the atmosphere in Jerusalem and the role of meteorology on pollutant concentrations in subtropi
606                                   ATEN-B    1970    4         387 407
      A pilot study in numerical techniques for predicting air pollutant distribution downwind from a line stack.
607                                   ANMT-A    1971    6         157 159
      Verbreitung der Luftverunreinigungen in Sarajevo bei verschiedenen Wettertypen.
608                                   QJRM-A    1976     mixed layer. 582
      On the entrainment rate of a stratocumulus-topped 102       563
609                                   ATEN-B    1971    5          central
      Important factors for the sulphur dioxide concentration in 949 972 Stockholm.
610   The structure of heat islands. JGRE-A     1975    13        139 165
611                                   ATEN-B    1974    8         85    87
      On applying a general atmospheric simulation method to a particular urban site for ad-hoc wind loading or wind env
612                                   PAGY-A    1974    112       533 543
      Correlation and spectrum properties of the potential gradient and space-charge density in the atmospheric surface
613                                   TELL-A    1967    19
      Aerosol and cloud microphysics measurements in Hawaii.      359 368
614                                   ANMT-A    1974    9         79    80
      Die lufthygienisch-meteorologische Modelluntersuchung im Untermaingebiet.
615                                   a new     1975    25        1141 1144
      The METRAC positioning system: JPCA-A tool for air pollution research and operational support.
616                                   ATEN-B    1973    7         374
      Authors' reply to Discussion: The effect of a horizontal impervious layer caused by a temperature inversion aloft
617                                   RGSP-F
      Meteorological satellite accomplishments. 1975    13        737 746
618                                    over     1973    7
      The transport of sulphur dioxideATEN-B a long distance.     849 862
619                                   in metropolitan Toronto and their association with meteorological parameters.
      Eigenvectors of sulphur dioxide ATEN-B    1975    9         365 366
620                                   BAMI-A    1973    54
      Trace metal associations in urban airborne particulates. 94       97
621                                   ATEN-B    1973
      On estimating air pollution concentrations from a 7         863   oblique wind.
                                                         highway in an 868
622                                   ATEN-B    1969    3         145 156
      Peak-to-mean concentration ratios from ground-level sources in building wakes.
623                                   JAMO-A   1975     14        climatic
      Empirical estimates of the standard error of time-averaged 164 169 means.
624                                   ATEN-B   1970     4         as   518
      Distribution of sulfur dioxide over metropolitan St. Louis 501 described by empirical eigenvectors and its relation
625                                   KKCJ-A   1966     4        228 231
      Calculation of particle trajectories by dimensionless variables. The case of one-dimensional upward motion.
626                                    surface 1964
      Differences in concentrations ofJPCA-A            14       238   and
                                                oxidant between valley 239 mountaintop conditions in the southern Appalac
627                                     mesoscale lake breeze and synoptic-scale aspects.
      Photochemical oxidant transport:JAMO-A   1976     15       733 743
628                                   JGRE-A   1974     79        and 795
      Dispersion of tracers in the atmosphere and ocean: survey 789 comparison of experimental data.
629                                   IAOP-B   1973     9        878 882
      Numerical solution of the integral kinetic equations of coalescence by a Monte Carlo method.
630                                    layers 1975      13       716 720
      Progress in research on boundaryRGSP-F and atmospheric turbulences.
631                                   PMGT-A    the     26       35    area from constant-volume balloons.
      Estimation of turbulent diffusivity over 1975 Tokyo metropolitan 45
632                                   APOP-A   1978     17
      Carbon aerosol visibility vs particle size distribution. 2612 2616
633                                   TELL-A   1969     21       641 647
      Interhemispheric mass exchange from meteorological and trace substance observations.
634                                   JAHS-A   1968     25       113 125
      Tungsten radioisotope distribution and stratospheric transport processes.
635                                   JPCA-A
      Diffusion of vented gas around buildings.1962     12       74    80
636   Energy downwind [an] overview. ENVT-A    1977     19       2     4
637                                   ATEN-B   1974     8        89
      Discussion: The transport of sulphur dioxide over a long distance.
638                                   plumes: 1978 and night.
      Transport of SO2 in power plant ATEN-B    day     12       605 611
639                                   on long 1978      12        air 454
      An assessment of the OECD study ATEN-B range transport of 445 pollutants (LRTAP).
640                                   MWRE-A   1973     101      404 411
      Long-range transport of air pollution: a case study August 1970.
641                                   New York 1969
      Sulfur dioxide air pollution in JPCA-A            19       873 878
                                                City: statistical analysis of twelve years.
642                                   GRPY-A   1978     17       41    46
      Studies of transport of live spores of cereal mildew and rust fungi across the North Sea.
643                                   IECF-A   1969     8         manganese sulfate.
      Kinetics of the oxidation of sulfur dioxide by aerosols of 677 687
644                                    photochemical processes in the 434
      Evidence of the role of indirectJALS-B   1973     4        429   formation of atmospheric sulphate particulate.
645                                   ATEN-B   1976     10       13    19
      Calculated particle collection efficiencies of single droplets including inertial impaction Brownian diffusion dif
646                                   ATEN-B
      Precursor effects on SO2 oxidation.      1978     12       273 280
647                                   ATEN-B   1978     12       281 287
      Experimental investigation of the aerosol-catalyzed oxidation of SO2 under atmospheric conditions.
648                                   ATEN-B    of S02 oxidation in plumes.
      Conversion limit and characteristic time 1978     12       339 347
649                                   ATEN-B   1978     12       335 337
      The relationship between sulphate and sulphur dioxide in the air.
650                                   ATEN-B   1978     12       241 253
      Oxidation of sulfur dioxide in aqueous systems with particular reference to the atmosphere.
651                                   ATEN-B   1978
      Heterogeneous SO2-oxidation in the droplet phase. 12       231 239
652                                   ATEN-B   1978     12       197   troposphere.
      Mechanism of the homogeneous oxidation of sulfur dioxide in the 226
653                                    compounds in the 12
      Homogeneous oxidation of sulphurATEN-B   1978              227 230
                                                         atmosphere.
654                                   ATEN-B   1974     8
      Sulfate washout from a coal fired power plant plume.       23    28
655                                   JPCA-A   1970
      A study of sulfur dioxide in photochemical smog. 20        385   SO2
                                                         I. Effect of 390 and water vapor concentration in the 1-butene/
656                                   IJHM-A   1969     12       365 369
      Free convection from a plane vertical surface with a non-horizontal leading edge.
657                                   IECH-A
      Formation of sulfuric acid in fogs.      1960     52       861 863
658                                   JPCA-A    visibility reduction. 221
      Studies on the role of sulfur dioxide in 1965     15       218
659                                   INVR-A    in a    10       115   airways: applications for aerosol bronchography.
      Controlled deposition of tantalum powder 1975 cast of the human 123
660                                   SCIE-A    1974     186      259 261
      Sulfates as pollution particulates: catalytic formation on carbon (soot) particles.
661   Clogging in nuclepore filters. ESTH-A     1978     12       1289 1294
662                                     the absorption of sulphur 743 749 by water drops containing heavy metal ions.
      An experimental investigation ofATEN-B    1976     10        dioxide
663                                   ATEN-B    1976     10       637 644
      Measurements of the photochemical production of aerosols in ambient air near a freeway for a range of S02 concentr
664                                   IJCK-B    1975     7        161 182
      The photochemistry of sulfur dioxide excited within its first allowed band (3130 A) and the forbidden band (3700-4
665                                   JGRE-A
      The oxidation of SO2 in the stratosphere. 1974     79       3095 3097
666                                   NPHS-F    1973      reactions.
      Particle formation from NH3-SO2-H2O-air gas phase 244       104 105
667                                   SO2 to    1976     10       121 130
      The iron catalyzed oxidation of ATEN-B acid sulphate mist in dispersing plumes.
668                                   ESTH-A
      Photooxidation of sulfur dioxide.         1972     6        72    79
669                                   ESTH-A    1972
      Corona discharge oxidation of sulfur dioxide.      6        895 901
670                                     lead    1974     46        rainwater and stream water with the use of flameless at
      Determination of soluble cadmiumANCH-A silver and indium in 739 742
671                                   JPCA-A    1967     17       800 806
      Kinetics of sulfur-oxide formation in flames: II. Low pressure H2S flames.
672                                   JAHS-A    1974     31       1586 1594
      The formation of sulfates and the enhancement of cloud condensation nuclei in clouds.
673                                   IAPW-A    1962     6
      Photochemical reactions of hydrocarbons with sulfur dioxide.133 135
674                                   ATEN-B    1973     7        403 421
      Etude de la transformation de l'anhydride sulfureux en acide sulfurique en relation avec les donnees climatologiqu
675                                   IECH-A    1958      in       containing dissolved catalysts.
      Absorption of sulfur dioxide from air. Oxidation 50 drops 1169 1172
676                                   JAHS-A    1975     32
      The SO2-NH3-solution droplets system in an urban atmosphere.1580 1586
677                                   JACS-A    1969     91       1616 1621
      The quenching reactions of the first excited singlet and triplet states of sulfur dioxide with oxygen and carbon d
678                                     primary 1970
      The wavelength dependence of theJPCH-A             74       681 685
                                                processes in the photolysis of sulfur dioxide.
679                                   JPCH-A    1969     73       4412 4415
      Identification of the photochemically active species in sulfur dioxide photolysis within the first allowed absorpt
680                                     reactions in air.
      Static studies of sulfur dioxideESTH-A    1968     2        611 618
681                                     of HO2 1973      95
      A kinetics study of the reactionJACS-A with SO2 and NO1a. 7614 7619
682                                   in sulfur dioxide-hydrocarbon systems.
      Photochemical aerosol formation IAPW-A    1960     2        327 345
683                                   ATEN-B    1970
      The photo-oxidation of sulphur dioxide in sunlight.4        425 433
684                                   ESTH-A    1971     5        685
      Oxidation of sulfur dioxide in polluted atmospheres--a review. 699
685                                   IECH-A    1955
      Photochemical oxidation of sulfur dioxide in air. 47        972 976
686                                     of monitoring data but few reaction rate studies.
      SO2 in the atmosphere: a wealthESTH-A     1969     3        436 445
687                                   ESTH-A    a review.
      Photochemical aspects of air pollution: 1971       5        39    64
688                                   JACS-A    1971     93       2593 2599
      The triplet sulfur dioxide--carbon monoxide reaction excited within the SO2(1A1) --> SO2(3B1) forbidden band.
689                                   JACS-A    1971
      Mechanism of the photolysis of mixtures of sulfur 93        3121 3128
                                                          dioxide with olefin and aromatic hydrocarbons.
690                                   JACS-A    1971     93       3115 3121
      Mechanism of the photolysis of sulfur dioxide--paraffin hydrocarbon mixtures.
691                                   ANCH-A    1949
      Colorimetric determination of nitrates and nitric 21        1385 1389
                                                          acid esters; isomeric xylenols as reagents.
692                                   ANAL-A    1963
      Determination of particulate acid in town air.     88       364 367
693                                     of energy on the 2
      The impact of production and useAREN-F    1977              197 226
                                                          global climate.
694                                   JAHS-A
      Ice crystal agglomeration: T formation. 1969       26       532 534
695                                     IV.     1973     43       246 254
      A new liquid aerosol generator. JCIS-A Nucleation of dibutylphthalate by NaCl and AgCl.
696                                   deposits 1977
      Chainlike formation of particle SCIE-A             196       separation.
                                                in fluid-particle 983 985
697                                   sulphate 1974
      On the formation of atmospheric JALS-B            5         483 485
                                                particulate in the winter months.
698                                   MEEN-A    1978
      A British approach to sulfur oxide emissions.     100       42   45
699                                   ATEN-B    of the formation of sulfuric acid particles.
      Experimental and theoretical examination 1978     12        179 185
700                                   ATEN-B    1978
      Aerosol growth kinetics during SO2 oxidation.     12        171 177
701                                   IECF-A    1978    17
      Aerosol coagulation and diffusion in a turbulent jet.       189 194
702                                   TELL-A    1973    25         in  280
      Ion enrichment in aerosols dispersed from bursting bubbles 272 aqueous salt solutions.
703                                    mass     1970    22         air 462
      Geochemical fractionation duringTELL-A transfer from sea to 451 by breaking bubbles.
704                                   in air    1976    81        3151 3157
      Surface active organic material JGRE-A over the Mediterranean and over the eastern equatorial Pacific.
705                                   condensation nuclei formation on the seashore.
      Contribution to the question of JRAT-A    1973    7         137 152
706                                    precursors to sulfate cloud condensation nuclei.
      Evidence for Aitken particles asJRAT-A    1973    7         153 160
707                                   ATEN-B    1975    9
      Atmospheric aerosol growth by heterogeneous condensation. 1091 1097
708                                   ANCH-A    1965    37        1770 sulfur dioxide and sulfuric acid aerosol.
      Hydrogen flame emission spectrophotometry in monitoring air for 1773
709                                   TELL-A    1966
      On the nature of Aitken condensation nuclei.      18        549 555
710                                    heteromolecular condensation. 180
      Growth of condensation nuclei byJRAT-A    1975    9         167
711                                    ammonium chloride aerosols.
      Studies on coagulation employingJPCA-A    1962    12        265 271
712                                   JCIS-A    1972     Angeles smog aerosol.
      Physical mechanisms governing the dynamics of Los 39        211 224
713                                   ATEN-B    1967    1
      Basic mechanisms of photochemical aerosol formation.        287 306
714                                   IAOP-B    1973    9         737 747
      Numerical solution of the linearized kinetic equations of cloud-droplet coalescence by a Monte Carlo method.
715                                   JCED-A
      Vapor pressure over solution droplets.    1965    42        338 339
716                                   JAHS-A    1971
      A note on the action of hygroscopic cloud nuclei. 28        1296 1299
717                                   JCIS-A    1975    53        429 438
      The interdependence of droplet growth and concentration. I. Theory of droplet growth and applications on condensa
718                                   JCIS-A    1975    53        439 446
      The interdependence of droplet growth and concentration. II. Experimental test of droplet growth theory.
719                                   ESTH-A    1973    7         241 247
      Growth mechanisms and size spectra of photochemical aerosols.
720                                    aerosol 1976
      Direct evidence of heterogeneousESTH-A            10        490 491
                                                formation in Los Angeles smog.
721                                   JGRE-A    1970    75
      Mechanisms of nucleus-forming reactions in the atmosphere. 2951 2960
722                                   JPCA-A    photochemical aerosol formation.
      The effect of nucleating particulates on 1965     15        90   95
723                                   ATEN-B    1969    3         657 667
      The rate of reaction between dilute hydrogen sulfide and ozone in air.
724                                    air pollutants. 2
      Catalytic oxidation of sulfurousATEN-B    1968              303 320
725                                   JRAT-A    1971
      Discussion: Response a l'article de S. Twomey et 5          153 156
                                                         N.S. Thorndike On the production of particles in filtered atmosp
726                                   ESTH-A
      Ozone formation from NOx in clean air.    1976    10        150 153
727                                   JPCA-A    1964    14        213 219
      Methods for measuring particle composition in photoactivated aerosols.
728                                    gaseous 1958
      Kinetics of the reaction betweenJPCH-A            62        469 471
                                                ammonia and sulfuric acid droplets in an aerosol.
729                                   and oxygen in a static system. 497
      Reaction between methyl sulfide ATEN-B    1967    1         491
730                                   NATU-A    on the evolution of life.
      Influence of ancient solar-proton events 1976     259       177 179
731                                   JPCA-A    1963    13        365 367
      Automobile exhaust--gas aerosols: a review of studies conducted at Stanford Research Institute.
732   Atmospheric photochemistry.     SCIE-A    1970    167       243 249
733                                   IAPW-A    1966
      The reaction of ozone with hydrogen sulfide.      10        25   30
734                                   photometric detector to volatile sulfur compounds at sub-part-per-million levels.
      Absolute calibration of a flame ESTH-A    1969    3         652 655
735                                   ALBY-B    1977    9         19    28
      Use of ion and electron microprobes for full characterization of particulate matter.
736                                   JPCA-A
      The photolysis of dimethyl sulfide in air.1972    22        359 363
737                                   JACS-A    3130-A irradiated 5523 5532 of sulfur dioxide and carbon monoxide.
      Mechanism of carbon dioxide formation in 1972     94         mixtures
738                                   sulphide 1974 dimethyl sulphide in air.
      The photo-oxidation of hydrogen ATEN-B    and     8         1269 1281
739                                   TELL-A    1966
      On the chemical composition of cloud water.       18        280 286
740                                    the heat effects 8
      The regulating role of clouds inIAOP-B    1975              802 808
                                                         of anthropogenic aerosols and carbon dioxide.
741                                    for Illinois.
      The new Weather Modification LawBAMI-A    1974    55        745 750
742                                    in a     1978    12        929 935
      Nucleation properties of fly ashATEN-B coal-fired power-plant plume.
743                                   GRSL-F
      Snowfall induced by a power plant plume. 1978     5         515 517
744                                   JAMO-A    1978
      Rocket effluent: its ice nucleation activity and 17         1856 1863
                                                         related properties.
745                                    urban    1977    34        1091 1103
      Radiative transfer in a pollutedJAHS-A planetary boundary layer.
746                                   JAMO-A    1975    14        1174 1181
      Variation in sunshine duration over the contiguous United States between 1950 and 1972.
747                                   ATEN-B
      Air pollution and climatic change.        1971    5         403 411
748                                   ESTH-A    1972    6         633   in
      Some chemical and physical characteristics of organic fractions 637 airborne particulate matter
749                                   SCIE-A    1974
      Global effects of man's production of energy.     186       205
750                                   ATEN-B    1973    7         145 151
      The heterogeneous oxidation of hydrogen sulfide at concentrations below 1000 ppm in nitrogen/air mixtures over sup
751                                    dissipation at large power parks.
      Meteorological effects of energyBAMI-A    1975    56        1069 1076
752                                   ALBY-B    1971    3
      Progress in quantitative differential thermal analysis.     43    49
753                                   JAMO-A    1973    12
      Three aspects of the urban climate of Detroit-Windsor.      629 638
754                                   ANMT-A
      Fragen globaler Luftverunreinigung.       1973    6         147 149
755   Weather-climate modification.   RGSP-F    1975    13        746 752
756                                   ATMH-B    1973    11        156
      Secular increases in summer haziness in the Atlantic Provinces. 161
757   A Canadian haze climatology.    CLCH-F    1977    1         97    103
758                                   in the    1966    18        132 145
      On the giant sea-salt particles TELL-A atmosphere. III. An estimate of the production and distribution over the
759                                   ZABK-A    1974    21        11
      Der Schwermetallgehalt des Aerosols im Hochtal von St. Moritz. 14
760                                   ZABK-A    in St. Moritz-Bad.
      Untersuchungen zur Chemie der Atmosphare 1970     17        21    29
761                                   STRH-A    1972    32        70    74
      Ermittlung der CO-immissionkonzentrationen unter berucksichtigung meteorologischer einflussgrossen.
762                                   JPCA-A    1964    14
      Review of recent studies of sulfur oxides as air pollutants.517 520
763                                   IDOJ-A
      Regionalis kul- es belteruleti levegominoseg Magyarorszagon.153 165
764                                   NATU-A    Greater London. 580 584
      Photochemical ozone in the atmosphere of 1976     263
765                                   ATEN-B    1978    12        791 794
      Visibility in London and the long distance transport of atmospheric sulphur.
766                                   ATEN-B    1978    12
      Sulfate in Antarctic snow: spatio-temporal distribution. 723 728
767                                   NUIM-A    1977    142       105 110
      Elemental concentrations and particle size distributions in an atmospheric background aerosol. III. Applications
768                                   ATEN-B    1969    3         25
      Dosage probabilities and area coverage from instantaneous point 46sources on ground level.
769                                   JPCA-A    1967    17
      Analyzing air pollutant concentration and dosage data.      85    93
770                                    III.     1973    26        325 329
      Exposure to automobile exhaust. AEHL-A An environmental assessment.
771                                   AMGA-A    1975     24        295 310
      Ergebnisse von Kondensationskernregistrierungen an einer Landstation.
772                                    coefficients and 5
      The effect of variable diffusionATEN-B    1971                on   504
                                                          velocity 497 the dispersion of pollutants.
773                                   JGRE-A    1973     78        7789
      Measurements of stratospheric aerosols by airborne laser radar. 7801
774                                   JGRE-A    1973     78        4458 4462
      Some observations of the variations of ozone concentrations at night in the North Carolina Piedmont boundary layer
775                                   RDVW-A    1972     Aug
      Preparing biological specimens for electron microscopy.      28    32
776                                   JRAT-A    than     5         57    68
      Sulfates and other water solubles larger 1971 0.15 u radius in a continental nonurban atmosphere.
777                                   IDOJ-A                       162 168
      A legkori aeroszol reszecskek tomegkoncentracioja ulepedesi sebessege es tartozkodasi ideje a troposzferaban.
778                                   ATEN-B    1976     10        527 530
      Daily variation in the concentration of Aitken nuclei in Brazzaville (Congo).
779                                   AMIH-B    1950     2          and 715
      Identification of particles in Los Angeles smog by optical 678 electron microscopy.
780                                   pollutants at Harwell.
      Ammonia and related atmospheric ATEN-B    1974     8         81    83
781                                   ATEN-B    1969     3         341 346
      The fate of sulphur-35/sulphur dioxide released in a laboratory.
782                                   ATEN-B    1967     1         389 410
      Paper IV: SO2 concentration measurements near Tilbury power station.
783                                   ATEN-B    1967     1         655 677
      Sulphur dioxide concentrations measured at various distances from a modern power station.
784                                   ATEN-B    SO2      8          noires a
      Comparaison des concentrations de 24h de 1974 et des fumees 149 157 l'exterieur et a l'interieur d'un batiment en
785                                   ATEN-B    1973     7         891 899
      Comparaison des concentrations en SO2 a l'interieur et a l'exterieur de deux batiments.
786                                   ATEN-B    1967     1         527 550
      An experimental study of the dispersion of the emissions from chimneys in Reading--I. The study of long-term aver
787                                   JALS-B    1975     6         443 451
      Aerosol classification by electric mobility: apparatus theory and applications.
788   Particle measurement.           RDVW-A    1975     April     50    56
789                                   electric 1975
      Accurate measurement of aerosol JALS-B    mobility 6moments. 453 460
790                                   JPCA-A    1974     24        1067 1072
      A portable electrical analyzer for size distribution measurement of submicron aerosols.
791                                    dust     1962     12        492 496
      The variation with height of theJPCA-A loading over a city as determined from the atmospheric turbidity.
792                                   October 1974
      The stratospheric dust event of JGRE-A 1971.       79        479 482
793                                   JGRE-A    1975     80         into the
      Burden of volcanic dust and nuclear debris after injection 2649 2652 stratosphere at 40 -58 N.
794                                   JAMO-A    1969     8
      Atmospheric turbidity over the United States 1961-1966.      955 962
795                                   JALS-B    1975     6
      On the performance of the electrical aerosol analyzer.       249 264
796                                   the 1912 1975
      Distribution of turbidity after JGRE-A             80        2643 2648
                                                Katmai eruption in Alaska.
797                                    of sulfate particles in plumes 306
      A study of production and growthATEN-B    1978     12        297   from a coal-fired power plant.
798                                   ATEN-B    1978     12
      Nuclei formation rates in a coal-fired power plant plume. 313 321
799                                   ATEN-B    in the plumes from power stations.
      Airborne investigations of SO2 oxidation 1978      12        295 296
800                                   ESTH-A    1977     11        995 1000
      NOx-O3 photochemistry in power plant plumes: comparison of theory with observation.
801                                    in power station 3
      The oxidation of sulphur dioxideATEN-B    1969      plumes. 157 175
802                                   ATEN-B    1978     12
      Interactions between SO2 and carbonaceous particulates.      289 293
803                                   ATEN-B    1978     12
      Adsorption and oxidation of sulfur dioxide on particles. 255 261
804                                   JALS-B    1977
      An attempt to explain the relation between visual 8          31    38
                                                          range and relative humidity on the basis of aerosol measurements
805                                   BLME-B    1972     2
      Urban growth effects on low-temperature fog in Edmonton. 334 347
806                                   JCSC-A
      Aerosol size and relative humidity.       1958     13        472 482
807                                   JRAT-A    1972     6         617 638
      The growth of atmospheric aerosol particles as a function of the relative humidity. Part I: Method and measureme
808                                   JPCA-A    1964    14       349 346
      The effects of humidity on the coagulation rate of ammonium chloride aerosols.
809                                   des Aerosols uber 25
      Untersuchungen zur Konstitution MERU-A    1972             180 181
                                                         dem Atlantischen Ozean.
810                                    over     1978
      On the atmospheric sulfur budgetATEN-B Europe.    12       2273 2277
811   Stratospheric sulfate aerosol. JGRE-A     1974    79       3424 3431
812                                   variations on smoke and sulphur 78
      The influence of yearly weather AMGB-A    1972    20       49     dioxide pollution in Pretoria.
813                                   TELL-A    distribution in the free atmosphere over the European territory of the US
      The main features of condensation nuclei 1966     18       525 531
814                                   QJRM-A    1972
      Airborne dust collections down the Atlantic.      98       798 808
815                                   AGAH-A    1974    18       79
      On the chemistry and budget of sulfur compounds in the atmosphere.88
816                                   the atmosphere in 12
      Sulphates and sulphuric acid in ATEN-B    1978             785 790
                                                         the years 1971-1976 in the Netherlands.
817                                   ATEN-B    1978    12       729 733
      Aerosol characterization for sulfur oxide health effects assessment.
818                                   ATEN-B    1978    12       699 705
      Concentration of sulfur compounds in remote continental and oceanic areas.
819                                    monodisperse liquid aerosols by electrical and optical methods.
      Comparative size measurements ofESTH-A    1969    3        381 386
820                                    distribution of sulfur compounds.
      Large scale spatial and temporalATEN-B    1978    12       681 690
821                                   ATEN-B    1978
      Large-scale atmospheric sulfur studies in Canada. 12       661 670
822                                   ATEN-B    1978    12          The 'SURE' Program.
      Sulfate regional experiment in northeastern United States: 641 647
823   Global atmospheric monitoring. ESTH-A     1975    9        30     34
824                                   JGRE-A    1972    77       6499 urban atmosphere.
      Solar-radiation attenuation through the lowest 100 meters of an 6507
825                                   ATEN-B    1978    12       99     104
      The aerosol mobility chromatograph: a new detector for sulfuric acid aerosols.
826                                    in the 1973
      Particulate and gaseous halogensJGRE-A Antarctic 78        7802 7811
                                                         atmosphere.
827                                   PAGY-A    1974    112      887    in
      Simultaneous vertical profiles of condensation nuclei and ozone 889 the lower troposphere.
828                                   JRAT-A    1973
      High concentrations of condensation nuclei in the 7        161 165
                                                         lower stratosphere.
829                                   H2O and 1975      32       163 169
      Concentrations of CH4 CO CO2 H2 JAHS-A N2O in the upper stratosphere.
830                                   GCAC-A    1968    32       1219 1222
      Airborne dust at Barbados and its relation to global tropospheric aerosols.
831                                   JGRE-A    and     75       6731 6735
      Noble gases in the atmosphere between 43 1970 63 kilometers.
832                                   JPCA-A    1970    20       303 306
      Gaseous nitrogen compound pollutants from urban and natural sources.
833                                   ATEN-B    1978     compounds.
      Budgets and turn-over times of atmospheric sulfur 12       671 680
834                                   Schwefelhaushalt uber dem Atlantik.
      Ein Beitrag zum atmospharischen MFMA-B    1971    7        71     77
835                                   JCEJ-A    1970    3        83     91
      On the mechanism of suspension of particles in horizontal pneumatic conveying: Monte Carlo simulation based on th
836                                    adjacent to horizontal heated surfaces.
      Patterns of free convection flowIJHM-A    1968    11       1206 1208
837                                   air mass 1975
      Aerosol chemical parameters and SCIE-A            190      570
                                                character in the St. Louis region.
838                                   TELL-A    1966    18       532 540
      Aerosol behaviour traced by artificial and natural radioactivity.
839                                   direct    1976    15       1182 middle ultraviolet.
      Ratio measurement of diffuse to APOP-A solar irradiances in the 1187
840                                   JGRE-A    the     77       6515 6527
      Lead 210 bismuth 210 and polonium 210 in 1972 atmosphere: accurate ratio measurement and application to aerosol res
841                                   ATEN-B    1971    5        291 298
      Relationship between concentrations of atmospheric pollutants and averaging time.
842                                   JCIS-A    photochemical oxidation of SO2 in air.
      Measurements of aerosols produced by the 1975     51       477 490
843                                   JPCA-A    1965    15
      Size distribution studies with the aerosol spectrometer. 102 105
844                                   PMGT-A    1961    12       57
      On the measurement of atmospheric extinction of solar radiation 74and the sun's aureole.
845                                   ATEN-B
      Residence time of particles in urban air.1971      5        571 578
846                                   ATEN-B    in urban 5
      Discussion: Residence time of particles 1971        air.    1059
847                                   ATEN-B    time     5         in   1060
      Authors' reply to Discussion: Residence 1971 of particles 1059urban air.
848   Dry deposition of SO2.          ATEN-B   1978      12       363 367
849                                   ATEN-B   1978
      Dry deposition of SO2 on agricultural crops.       12       369 373
850                                   TELL-A
      On the absorption of SO2 in ocean water. 1974      26       268 271
851                                   ATEN-B    the      8         pollutants in the atmosphere.
      The effect of ground level absorption on 1974 dispersion of 1143 1153
852                                   ATEN-B   1974      8        63    67
      Deposition velocity of sulphur dioxide on land and water surfaces using a 35S tracer method.
853                                   ATEN-B    sulphur dioxide onto grass and water by the profile method.
      Measurements of the direct deposition of 1974      8        69    74
854                                   ATEN-B    sulphur dioxide near foliage.
      Some measurements of loss of atmospheric 1971      5        345 352
855                                   JPCA-A   1971
      Vegetation: a sink for atmospheric pollutants. 21           341 346
856                                   ANCH-A   1969      41       707 713
      Determination of atmospheric concentrations of sulfuric acid aerosol by spectrophotometry coulometry and flame pho
857                                   JPCA-A   1973      23       203 206
      Absorption of gaseous air pollutants by a standardized plant canopy.
858                                   JPCA-A    by leaves.
      A model for gaseous pollutant absorption 1973      23       957 962
859                                   ATEN-B    sulphur dioxide by different European soils.
      Laboratory measurements of the uptake of 1975      9        211 217
860                                   ATEN-B    the      8
      Deposition of gaseous sulphur dioxide to 1974 ground.       75    79
861                                   NATU-A   1977      266      708 710
      Raman scattering and the characterization of atmospheric aerosol particles.
862                                    of atmospheric sulfur dioxide. 1719
      Spectrophotometric determinationANCH-A   1967      39       1709
863                                   ATEN-B
      Sulphur dioxide absorption by sea water. 1972      6        583 586
864                                   JCIS-A   1978      63       304 309
      Measurement of the size distribution of liquid and solid aerosols by Doppler shift spectroscopy.
865                                   ATEN-B   1976      10
      Statistical aspects of the washout of polydisperse aerosols.45    50
866                                   ANCH-A   1967      14       1719 1726
      An improved spectrophotometric method for the determination of sulfate with barium chloranilate as applied to coal
867                                   SCIE-A
      Precipitation: its acidic nature.        1975      189      455 457
868   Multielement flame spectroscopy.ANCH-A   1973      45       712A 722A
869                                   TELL-A    from
      On the removal time of aerosol particles 1972 the 24        442   precipitation scavenging.
                                                          atmosphere by 454
870                                    of radioactive aerosol removal 548
      Determination of some parametersTELL-A   1966      18       541   from the atmosphere.
871                                    contaminant removal by precipitation from the atmosphere.
      Simplified theoretical notion ofTELL-A   1967      19       467 476
872                                   IAOP-B   1965      1        1299 1309
      Determination of certain parameters of the removal of natural radioactive aerosols from air.
873                                   from the 1964
      The washing of radioactive dust IAGF-A             4
                                                atmosphere.       596 603
874                                   pollutants from a 2
      Residence time of sulfurous air AMBI-F   1973               37    41
                                                          local source during precipitation.
875                                   removing 1965
      Evaluation of dry processes for JPCA-A             15       459 464
                                                sulfur dioxide from power plant flue gases.
876                                   precipitation from central 194 199 Canada.
      Source and budget of sulfate in JPCA-A   1973      23        Alberta
877                                   JPCA-A   1967      17       403 406
      The absorption of atmospheric sulfur dioxide by water solutions.
878                                   ATEN-B    by reversible washout. 239
      The redistribution of a gas plume caused 1974      8        233
879                                   TELL-A   1974      26       402 407
      On the spring maximum of the concentration of trace constituents in atmospheric precipitation.
880                                   ATEN-B   1978      12       375 377
      Input of atmospheric sulfur by dry and wet deposition to two central European forest ecosystems.
881                                   from the 1978
      Wet removal of sulfur compounds ATEN-B             12
                                                atmosphere.       389 399
882                                   ATEN-B   1978      of
      Sulphur and nitrogen contributions to the acidity 12 rain. 401 406
883                                   ATEN-B   1978     12        413 424
      Sulfate in precipitation as observed by the European atmospheric chemistry network.
884                                   ATEN-B   1978     12
      Dry and wet removal of sulphur from the atmosphere.         349 362
885                                   SCIE-A   1970     170
      Sulfur: simulated long-range transport in the atmosphere. 318 320
886                                   transfrontier exchanges of 511 527 sulfur pollution in Europe.
      Long term regional patterns and ATEN-B   1978     12         airborne
887                                   ATEN-B   1978     12        529 535
      Transmission of sulfur dioxide on local regional and continental scale.
888                                   ATEN-B   1978     12         long range transport modelling.
      The OECD study of long range transport of air pollutants: 479 487
889                                    dioxide 1978 a point source.
      Assessment of the fate of sulfurATEN-B   from     12        633 639
890   An urban circulation model.     AMGB-A   1970     18        155 168
891                                   JPCA-A   1967     17        211 214
      A multivariable model for atmospheric dispersion predictions.
892                                   ANCH-A   1974     46        1231 1236
      Simultaneous determination of electrolytes in serum using a vidicon flame spectrometer.
893                                   ATEN-B   1973     7         707 721
      A correlation of ground-level concentrations of sulfur dioxide downwind of the Keystone stacks.
894                                   ATEN-B   1974
      The prediction of the mean hourly average maximum 8         543 554
                                                         ground level concentration of sulphur dioxide at Tilbury.
895                                   model    aerial dispersion.
      Transport of aerial spray I. A AGMY-A of 1975     15        257 271
896                                   AGMY-A   within a 15
      Transport of aerial spray II. Transport 1975                371
                                                         crop canopy. 377
897                                   Influence of microclimate on crop spraying.
      Transport of aerial spray III. AGMY-A    1975     15        379 383
898                                   ATEN-B   1973     7          chemical
      An analytical investigation of the effect of a first order 153 162 reaction on the dispersion of pollutants in th
899                                   ATEN-B
      Remote sensing of sulphur dioxide.       1978     12        127 133
900                                   ANCH-A   1974     46        575 581
      The vidicon tube as a detector for multielement flame spectrometric analysis.
901                                   JPCA-A   1972      the PICK 865 869
      Mathematical modeling of photochemical smog using 22         method.
902                                    elevated line source--a comparative evaluation of a theoretical model with field
      Large particle diffusion from anAGMY-A   1973     12        425 439
903                                   ATEN-B   with     9         175   diffusivity profiles.
      Point source atmospheric diffusion model 1975 variable wind and 189
904                                   adsorbed 1972
      Radiochemical analysis of 35SO2 ANAL-B   on PbO2. 5         469 478
905                                   RGSP-F   1976     14        215   general circulation models.
      Parameterization of the planetary boundary layer in atmospheric 226
906                                   SCIE-A   1974     184       989 992
      Lead aerosol pollution in the High Sierra overrides natural mechanisms which exclude lead from a food chain.
907                                   ANMT-A   1974
      Quantitative estimates of long range transport of 9         71    77
                                                         sulphur pollutants in Europe.
908                                   ATEN-B   1967     1         411 419
      Paper V: Properties of the maximum ground level concentration from an elevated source.
909                                   exposed 1967      17
      The effects of air pollution on JPCA-A cotton fabrics.      294 297
910                                   JGRE-A   1975     80
      Retardation of condensation nuclei growth by surfactant. 3386 3392
911                                   plumes   1975     14        78
      Condensation in jets industrial JAMO-A and cooling tower plumes.  86
912                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        763 768
      Formulation and a solution of the diffusion-deposition- resuspension problem.
913                                   ATEN-B   for      12        599 604
      A chemical model for urban plumes: test 1978 ozone and particulate sulfur formation in St. Louis urban plume.
914                                   PLNT-B   1973     21
      Photochemistry of minor constituents in the troposphere. 575 591
915                                   entrapment of aerosol particles 173 obstacles of various forms.
      The approximate coefficients of IAOP-B   1966     2         164   by
916                                   AIHA-A   1972     33
      Deposition of aerosols on a charged polystyrene surface. 775 783
917                                   JALS-B   1974     5         473 482
      A simple model for the calculation of particle trajectories approaching nuclepore filter pores with allowance for
918                                   JALS-B   1974     5         525 530
      Zur Frage der Abscheidung von Aerosolteilchen durch Diffundierende Gase.
919                                   ESTH-A   1970     4         flows.
      Capture of small particles by London forces from low-speed 135 140
920                                    von filtern mit radioaktiven aerosolen bekannter grosse.
      Ermittlung der abscheideleistungSTAB-A   1964     9        345 348
921                                   ESTH-A   1976     10       345 350
      Efficiency of membrane and nuclepore filters for submicrometer aerosols.
922                                   JALS-B   1974     5
      Aerosol filtration by fibrous filters--I. Theoretical.     191 204
923                                   JALS-B   1974     5
      Aerosol filtration by fibrous filters--II. Experimental. 205 217
924                                   pipe flow.
      Aerosol deposition in turbulent ESTH-A   1974     8        351 356
925                                   JALS-B   1974
      Deposition of coarse aerosols from turbulent flow.5        257 271
926                                   JALS-B   1974
      Experimental observation of aerosol deposition in 5        145 155
                                                         turbulent flow.
927                                   stratosphere through the gas phase oxidation of sulfur dioxide.
      The formation of sulfate in the JGRE-A   1975     80       3399 3401
928                                   settling 1965
      Critical conditions of inertial IAOP-B            1        1289 1298
                                               of aerosols from symmetrical flows.
929                                   IAOP-B   1967     3
      Aerosol flow past obstacles at small Stokes numbers.       859 871
930                                   ATEN-B
      Sulphur dioxide uptake by limestone.     1969     3        683
931                                   ATEN-B   velocities on selected 776
      Laboratory measurement of SO2 deposition 1976     10       769    building materials and soils.
932                                   ATEN-B   1970     4
      The removal of atmospheric sulphur by building stones.     371 378
933                                   JPCA-A   1966
      Hydrogen sulfide darkening of exterior paint.     16       19    21
934                                   JPCA-A   1965     15       316 319
      Studies on sulfuric acid mist downwind from a sulfuric acid manufacturing plant.
935                                    pollution concentrations by means of filter papers.
      The determination of gravimetricJPCA-A   1962     12       278 281
936                                   ANCH-A   1976     48       1999 2001
      Diffusion sampling method for ambient aerosol size discrimination with chemical composition determination.
937                                   JIDH-A   1958
      A new technique for fabric filter evaluation.     August   276 284
938                                    emitters using molecular filter membranes.
      Atmospheric monitoring for alphaAMIH-B   1954     10       372 380
939                                   SO2 and 1978      12       715
      New methods for the analysis of ATEN-B H2S in remote areas and 721their application to the atmosphere.
940                                   ATEN-B   1972     6        343 351
      An automatic device for continuous sampling of the atmospheric aerosol for electron microscopy.
941                                    two metropolitan 17
      Atmospheric corrosion studies inJPCA-A   1967      areas. 398 402
942                                   ATEN-B   1975     9
      The separation and characterization of sulfate aerosol.    219 229
943                                   MWRE-A   1972      from 1962 to 1969.
      Visibility changes in Ohio Kentucky and Tennessee 100      67    71
944   Radiation in the atmosphere.    RGSP-F   1975     13       732 737
945                                   AIHA-A   1974     35       311 326
      Performance characteristics of the multicyclone aerosol sampler.
946                                   AIHA-A   1974      mass sampling.
      Calibration of dual-inlet cyclones for respirable 35       189 200
947                                   ATEN-B   1972     6        45
      Traitement preliminaire des filtres en fibres de verre utilises 46pour le prelevement et le dosage de l'aerosol d'ac
948                                   AIHA-A   1972     33       90    93
      The jet filter--a single-stage size-selective sampler for airborne particulates.
949   Impactor design.                ATEN-B   1976     10       891 896
950                                   AIHA-A   1978     39       317 321
      Selection and design of an aerosol sampler simulating respirable penetration.
951                                   ESTH-A   1978     12
      Design and evaluation of new low-pressure impactor. I.     667 673
952                                   AIHA-A
      On calibrating of cascade impactors.     1973     34       429 439
953                                    in Andersen cascade impactor samples.
      Ammonium sulfate crystallizationATEN-B   1974     8        1119 1130
954                                   AIHA-A
      Performance of the slotted impactor.     1975     36       683 691
955                                   JPCA-A   1973     23        cascade
      Field evaluation of the high-volume particle fractionating 277 281 impactor. A technique for respirable sampling.
956                                    for aerosol monitoring. 503 510
      A piezoelectric cascade impactorAIHA-A   1972     33
957                                   collecting surface on the impaction efficiency of inertial impactors.
      The influence of flow entry and JCIS-A   1975     53       121 127
958                                   ATEN-B   1976
      Particle bounce errors in cascade impactors.      10       229 234
959                                   JPCA-A   inertial 26
      Aerosol aerodynamic size conventions for 1976              856 860
                                                         sampler calibration.
960                                   JCIS-A   1975     53
      On fluid flow and aerosol impaction in inertial impactors. 31    34
961                                   ATEN-B   1978
      Airborne sampling system for plume monitoring.    12       613 620
962                                   JPCA-A   1973     23       761
      Ambient air monitoring for sulfur compounds a critical review. 768
963                                   AIHA-A   1966     27       266 271
      A sampling anomaly in the determination of atmospheric sulfate concentration.
964                                    in relation to air sampling network.
      The inhalability of outdoor dustJPCA-A   1963     13       211 214
965                                   JAHS-A   1974     31       1241 1255
      Cumulus convection in weak and strong tropical disturbances.
966                                   ATEN-B   1977     11        the 172
      An attempt to estimate the continental sulphur emission on 169 basis of atmospheric measurements.
967                                    upper   1974     79       476 478
      Surface (catalytic) reactions onJGRE-A atmospheric aerosols.
968                                   ATEN-B   1978     12
      The calculation of long term sulphur deposition in Europe. 489 501
969                                   ATEN-B   sulfur compounds in the atmosphere as described by a one-dimensional time
      Transformation and removal processes for 1978     12       503 509
970                                   SO2-washout by rain.
      An improved model of reversible ATEN-B   1978     12       407 412
971                                    deposition from a point source.
      Pseudospectral simulation of dryATEN-B   1978     12       379 387
972                                    on the 1978      12       691 698
      The influence of clouds and rainATEN-B vertical distribution of sulfur dioxide in a one-dimensional steady-state
973                                   JGRE-A   1978     83       2343 2352
      A filtration model for aerosol dry deposition: application to trace metal deposition from the atmosphere.
974                                   rate model for marine particles 1606 function of size distribution.
      Stokes settling and dissolution JGRE-A   1976     81       1601 as a
975                                   ATEN-B   1970     4        1     7
      Routine assessment of the particle size-weight distribution of urban aerosols.
976                                   integrating nephelometer. 481 487
      Angular truncation error in the ATEN-B   1970     4
977                                   hemispheric integrating nephelometer.
      On the accuracy of the backward JAMO-A   1976     15       1092 1096
978                                   ATEN-B   1973     7        503 507
      On the effect of the loss of large particles on the determination of scattering coefficients with integrating neph
979                                   JPCA-A   1977     27        the 307
      International Conference on Oxidant Problems: analysis of 299 evidence/viewpoints presented. Part I. Definition
980                                   TELL-A   1966     18       566 572
      Determination of particle spectrum of atmosphere aerosol by light scattering.
981                                   ANMT-A   1974     9        81    83
      Moglichkeit der messung des verschmutzungsgrades der luft und der unterscheidung von warm- und kaltluftmassen in g
982                                   zur Trennung von Ruckstreuung und Extinktion bei Lidarsignalen aus der unteren Atm
      Uber die verschiedenen Methoden ANMT-A   1971     6        257 260
983                                   JALS-B   optical particle counters.
      Aerodynamic particle size calibration of 1976     7        425 433
984                                   APOP-A   1971     10       732 737
      Water and ice cloud discrimination by laser beam scattering.
985                                   ANMT-A   1971
      Uber die Moglichkeit der Bestimmung der relativen 6        261   Lidar-Messungen in der Atmosphare.
                                                         Feuchte durch 265
986                                   JPCA-A   1967     17       470 473
      Atmospheric pollution considerations affecting the ultimate capacity of a thermal-electric power plant site.
987                                   AIHA-A   1971     32       96    103
      Problems using Mie scattering photometers for in-place HEPA filter tests and aerosol studies.
988   Stacks--how high?               JPCA-A   1963     13       198 204
989                                   JPCA-A   1969      measuring particle concentration.
      Effect of humidity on light-scattering methods of 19       243 247
990                                   JPCA-A   1962     12       578 583
      A new tool for air pollution control: the aerosol particle counter.
991                                    airborne coal dust by optical particle counters.
      Size distribution measurement ofAIHA-A   1974     35       443 451
992                                   JPCA-A   1967     17
      A new photometer for aerosol particle size analysis.       105 108
993                                    ATEN-B    1975     9        253 260
       A visibility meter for monitoring atmospheric aerosol parameters.
994                                    particle 1974
       Experimental studies of optical ATEN-B    counters.8        717 732
995                                    IAOP-B    1965     5        62    76
       Observation of objects illuminated by a narrow light beam in a scattering medium.
996                                    aerosol: 1974
       Sulfuric acid--ammonium sulfate SCIE-A              detection in the St. Louis region.
                                                  optical 184      156 158
997                                    gases:    1972     22       159 166
       Sulfur oxide removal from waste JPCA-A lime-limestone scrubbing technology.
998                                    ATEN-B    1978     12       105 111
       Total sulfur aerosol concentration with an electrostatically pulsed flame photometric detector system.
999                                    ATEN-B    sulfur-containing 83
       Continuous measurement and speciation of 1978      12             88
                                                                    aerosols by flame photometry.
1000                                   ATEN-B    1969     3        337 340
       Electron microscopy of natural aerosols and the identification of particulate ammonium sulphate.
1001                                   JFLS-A    1970
       Observations and other characteristics of thermals.41       793 800
1002                                   JPCA-A    1967     17       687 689
       The continuous analysis of sulfur dioxide in gaseous samples.
1003                                   JPCA-A    1968     18       694 696
       Aerosol research: U. of Minnesota Particle Technology Laboratory.
1004                                    pollution monitoring systems. 8
       Current trends in continuous airISAT-A    1970     9        1
1005                                   ATEN-B    1978     12       621 631
       Satellite detection of long-range pollution transport and sulfate aerosol hazes.
1006                                   JPCA-A    pulp     17       536 539
       Sulfur dioxide removal and recovery from 1967 mill power plants.
1007                                    distributed with 2
       The characterization of aerosolsJALS-B    1971              331 340
                                                           respect to size and chemical composition--II. Classification an
1008                                   JPCA-A
       Flue gas scrubbing with limestone slurry. 1972     22       172 176
1009                                   JPCA-A    1968
       Standardization of methods for measurement of air 18        326 328
                                                           pollutants.
1010                                    a critical review.
       The analysis of airborne sulfateJPCA-A    1976     26       737 747
1011                                   SCIE-A    1974     186
       Urban aerosol toxicity: the influence of particle size. 695 699
1012                                    SO2 removal from 23
       The molten carbonate process forJPCA-A    1973              190 193
                                                           stack gases: process description economics and pilot plant desig
1013                                   NATU-A    1974     249       smoke particles.
       Radioactivity of tobacco trichomes and insoluble cigarette 215 217
1014                                    in smokers.
       Tobacco radioactivity and cancerAMSC-A    1975     63       404 412
1015                                   AEHL-A    1971
       Adult mortality in Berlin NH from 1961 to 1967. 23          434 439
1016                                   health. 1973 CHESS program correlates environmental quality with public health.
       Air pollution affects community ESTH-A    EPA's    7        204 208
1017                                   disease 1973        New     110
       Chronic nonspecific respiratory ARDS-B in Berlin 107 Hampshire 1221961 to 1967.
1018                                   ARDS-B    1962     86       165 185
       The prevalence of chronic respiratory disease in a New Hampshire town.
1019                                   SCIE-A    1974     184      13    19
       Stratospheric ozone depletion and solar ultraviolet radiation on earth.
1020                                   AMBI-F    growing environmental hazard. Report from Nobel Symposium no. 38.
       Nitrogen--an essential life factor and a 1977      6        96    105
1021                                   JOSH-B    1972     97       341   to
       Phytotoxicity and growth responses of ornamental bedding plants 345 ozone and sulfur dioxide.
1022                                   JOCM-A
       Sulfur dioxide and plant response.        1968     10       516 524
1023                                   exposures or both 53
       Chronic ozone or sulfur dioxide CPLS-A    1973              875 879
                                                           affect the early vegetative growth of soybean.
1024                                   ATEN-B    1973     7        201   dioxide mixtures.
       Foliar injury responses of eleven plant species to ozone/sulfur 208
1025                                   SOSC-A    1966
       Sulfur in the nutrition of plants and animals.     101      240 247
1026                                   NATU-A    1973     243      479 480
       Increased yield through correction of sulphur deficiency in ryegrass exposed to sulphur dioxide.
1027                                   ozone     1971     96       369 371
       Effect of low concentrations of JOSH-B and sulfur dioxide on foliage growth and yield of radish.
1028                                   exposed 1973       241
       Depression of yield in ryegrass NATU-A to sulphur dioxide.  47    49
1029                                   JPCA-A    1972
       Sulfur dioxide fumigation of soybeans: effect on 22 yield. 964 966
1030                                   JPCA-A    1964
       Impingement baffle plate scrubber for flue gas. 14          372 377
1031                                   and sulfur dioxide on the photosynthesis and respiration of Euglena gracilis.
       A study of the effects of ozone ATEN-B    1968    2         321 326
1032                                   ATEN-B    1970    4
       Effects of sulfur dioxide and ozone on Euglena gracilis. 357 361
1033                                   JPCA-A    1969    19        856 861
       Removal of SO2 from flue gases using carbon at elevated temperatures.
1034                                   ATEN-B    1972    6         259 266
       Sulfur nutrition as it contributes to the susceptibility of tobacco and tomato to SO2 injury.
1035                                   ATEN-B    1975    9          concept
       Effect of SO2-pollution on cellular regulation. A general 261 263 of the mode of action of gaseous air contaminat
1036                                   sulfur    1966    16        140 144
       Damage to eastern white pine by JPCA-A dioxide semimature-tissue needle blight and ozone.
1037                                   JPCA-A    1968    18         observed
       Injury by sulfur dioxide hydrogen fluoride and chlorine as 307 312 and reflected on vegetation in the field.
1038                                   rubber    1964     means of 229 233
       Investigation of SO2 effects on JPCA-A trees as a 14         forestalling injury to Malayan plantations from refiner
1039                                   JPCA-A    1971    21
       Economic effects of sulfur dioxide on forest growth.        81    86
1040                                   SCIE-A
       Air pollution: effects on plants.         1975    187       731 733
1041                                   JPCA-A    1971    21        639 642
       The survival of airborne Serratia marcescens in urban concentrations of sulfur dioxide.
1042                                   JPCA-A    of sulfur dioxide 31
       Response of guinea pigs to a combination 1970     20              34
                                                                    and open hearth dust.
1043                                   AMBI-F    vegetation.
       Effects of sulfur dioxide on terrestrial 1976     5         213 218
1044                                   continuous collection of air pollution data in computer compatible form.
       Note on an economical method of JPCA-A    1970    20        405 406
1045                                   ATEN-B    1976    10        723 729
       Data inversion using nonlinear programming with physical constraints: aerosol size distribution measurement by imp
1046                                   ATEN-B    1971    5         505   regional network of volumetric SO2 samplers.
       Concise presentation of SO2-concentration data collected from a 509
1047                                   JPCA-A    1964    14        469 474
       Nashville sulfur dioxide emission inventory and the relationship of emission to measured sulfur dioxide.
1048                                   ATEN-B    1971    6         433   St.
       Calculations of sulfur dioxide concentrations over metropolitan 442 Louis.
1049                                   JPCA-A    1971    21        138 142
       Aerosol stabilization for laboratory studies of aerosol-gas interactions.
1050                                   ESTH-A    1973
       Generation of monodisperse aerosol standards.     7         147 153
1051                                   fluidized bed.
       Dispersion characteristics of a JALS-B    1974    5         449 455
1052                                   JPCA-A    1965     body plethysmograph.
       Monitoring human exposures to sulfur dioxide in a 15        96    98
1053                                   AIHA-A    1972
       Aerosol generation in high-pressure environments. 33        170 177
1054                                   JPCA-A    1974    24        1170 1172
       Laboratory generation of particulates with emphasis on submicron aerosols.
1055                                   JPCA-A    1962    12        437 443
       Design and performance of an aerosol channel for the synthesis and study of atmospheric reaction products.
1056                                   ATEN-B    1970    4
       Filter method for the determination of trace quantities of 93     102
                                                                    amines mercaptans and organic sulphides in the atmosphe
1057                                   impregnated paper 16
       Limitations of the lead acetate JPCA-A    1966              328 330
                                                          tape method for hydrogen sulfide.
1058                                   continuing air monitoring for hydrogen sulfide ultramicrodetermination of sulfides
       Recommended standard method for JPCA-A    1965    15        314 315
1059                                    mean     1971    21
       A simple technique for measuringJPCA-A H2S concentration. 280 283
1060                                   JPCA-A    increasing sensitivity 638 accuracy in H2S sampling.
       Modifications to an H2S tape sampler for 1971     21        636   and
1061                                   JPCA-A    of hydrogen sulfide in 327
       A new tape reagent for the determination 1966     16        325   air.
1062                                   BJCA-A    1958    12        351 354
       Volatility of 34-benzpyrene in relation to the collection of smoke samples.
1063                                   JPCA-A
       The continuous air monitoring program.    1963    13        278 280
1064                                    determining atmospheric oxidants.
       Acid potassium iodide method forJPCA-A    1968    18        78    83
1065                                   ATEN-B    1967    1         551 559
       An experimental study of the dispersion of the emissions from chimneys in Reading--II. A description of the instr
1066                                   ATEN-B    1969    3         625 631
       Statistical evaluation of sulphur dioxide measurements in Northern Bohemia.
1067                                   JPCA-A    1972     22       790   processes.
       Determination of sulfur oxides in the flue gases of the pulping 793
1068                                   ATEN-B    1973     7        901 904
       Duplicate measurements of low concentrations of smoke and sulphur dioxide using two National Survey samplers with
1069                                   ATEN-B    1970     4        435 437
       Monitoring ambient sulfur dioxide and carbon monoxide at pump discharge.
1070                                   ATEN-B    1969     3        407 416
       A method for simultaneous determination of H2S and SO2 in flue gases.
1071                                   JPCA-A    gases    15       31    33
       Analysis of kraft-mill sulfur-containing 1965 with GLC ionization detectors.
1072                                   JPCA-A    1965     15       215
       Studies on the gas chromatographic determination of mercaptans. 217
1073                                   JPCA-A    1970     20       83
       Analysis of kraft pulp mill gases by process gas chromatography.  86
1074                                   of kraft 1967 gases.
       Direct GLC coulometric analysis JPCA-A    mill     17       161 165
1075                                   gas sampling and analysis in the National Air Sampling Network.
       New and improved procedures for JPCA-A    1967     17       300 304
1076   A battery operated SO2 sampler. ATEN-B    1967     1        591 593
1077                                   JPCA-A    1971
       Note on a further study on prefilter interference 21        218
                                                           for sulfur dioxide measurements.
1078                                   based     a fluorescence method. 516
       Ambient and source SO2 detector JPCA-A on 1973     23       514
1079                                   of the    1973     23       605   atmospheric monitoring of sulfur dioxide.
       Evaluation of the effectiveness JPCA-A lead peroxide method for 607
1080                                   JPCA-A    1971
       Evaluation of the iron-o-phenanthroline procedure 21        643 645
                                                           for determining S02 in turbine exhaust gases.
1081                                   JPCA-A    1973
       Note on an evaluation of the reference method for 23        525   of
                                                           determination 527 sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere (Pararosanilin
1082                                    instruments to minimize possible errors.
       Control of daily sulphur dioxideATEN-B    1971     5        423 428
1083                                   JPCA-A    1969     19       575 584
       Performance characteristics of instrumental methods for monitoring sulfur dioxide. I. Laboratory evaluation.
1084                                   JPCA-A    1969     19       778 786
       Performance characteristics of instrumental methods for monitoring sulfur dioxide. II. Field evaluation.
1085                                    West-Gaeke analyses for sulfur 615
       A comparison of conductivity andJPCA-A    1968     18       612   dioxide.
1086                                   JPCA-A    1968     18
       The lead dioxide estimation of sulfur dioxide pollution. 610 611
1087                                    SO2 gas 1963
       Simplified method of calibratingJPCA-A             13       435   per
                                                 analyzers in the parts 436 million range.
1088                                   JPCA-A    1969
       New PbO2 support for the measurement of sulfation. 19       432 434
1089                                    recording instruments.
       Field dynamic calibration of SO2JPCA-A    1963     13       429 434
1090                                   JPCA-A    1969     19       943 945
       Multi-instrument performance evaluation of conductivity-type sulfur dioxide analyzers.
1091                                   JPCA-A    1962     12       129 137
       Monitoring atmospheric SO2 employing inverse radioactive tracers.
1092                                   JPCA-A    method for sulfur 329 331 determination.
       Appraisal and modification of West-Gaeke 1968      18        dioxide
1093                                   JPCA-A    1967     17       673 675
       Relationships between sulfur dioxide concentration determined by the West-Gaeke and electroconductivity methods.
1094                                   on indicated atmospheric SO2 concentration.
       The effect of analytical method JPCA-A    1966     16       266 271
1095                                   ESTH-A    opposing 12
       Size classification of fine particles by 1978       jets.   563 566
1096                                   AIHA-A    1978     39
       Variable-cut particle-size classification by opposing jets. 952 957
1097                                   ESTH-A    1975     9        227
       Identification of soil lead compounds from automotive sources. 230
1098                                   RSIN-A    1969     40
       Aerosol size and velocity determination via holography.     205 213
1099                                   JOSA-A    1968
       Recording polarization effects via holography.     58       701 702
1100                                   ANCH-A    1975
       Determination of selenium in water and industrial 47        428 432
                                                           effluents by flameless atomic absorption.
1101                                   JPCA-A    for      22       20    as
       Dry fluidized activated carbon processes 1972 stack SO2 recovery 26 sulfur.
1102                                   ANCH-A    1963     35       1702 1705
       Application of the pararosaniline-formaldehyde spectrophotometric method to the determination of sulfur in blister
1103                                   microgram amounts 31 sulfur.
       Separation and determination of ANCH-A    1959      of      1596 1597
1104                                   ANCH-A    determination of trace 1751
       Combustion-spectrophotometric method for 1962      34        1747 quantities of sulfur in metals.
1105                                   ATEN-B    1975      a        959 968
       The application of an isotopic ratio technique to 9 study of the atmospheric oxidation of sulfur dioxide in the pl
1106                                   ATEN-B    1975      a        969 977
       The application of an isotopic ratio technique to 9 study of the atmospheric oxidation of sulfur dioxide in the pl
1107                                   ATEN-B    1973     7         561 573
       Sampling and analysis of atmospheric sulfur compounds for isotope ratio studies.
1108                                   JPCA-A    1970     20        93    96
       Hydrogen sulfide removal from hot producer gas with sintered absorbents.
1109                                   IECH-A    1976     15
       Turbidimetric determination of small amounts of chlorides. 365 366
1110                                   ANCH-A    1957
       Colorimetric determination of sulfate with barium 29         281
                                                           chloranilate. 283
1111                                   ATEN-B    1978     12        69    82
       A quantitative method for the detection of individual submicrometer size sulfate particles.
1112                                   JPCA-A    1976     26         strong and weak acid components in rainwater.
       Evaluation of a coulometric procedure for the detection of 221 223
1113                                   determination of particle-sulphate in background air.
       An amplification method for the ATEN-B    1973     7         163 168
1114                                   JCIS-A    1972     39        240 241
       Multiwavelength nephelometer measurements in Los Angeles smog aerosol. Preface.
1115                                   JCIS-A    1972     39        260 265
       Multiwavelength nephelometer measurements in Los Angeles smog aerosol. III. Comparison to light extinction by NO
1116                                    dust     1975
       A new mass sensor for respirableAIHA-A measurement.36        791 800
1117                                   JPCA-A    1963      of       558 563
       A survey for improved methods for the measurement 13 particulate concentration in flowing gas streams.
1118                                   APSP-A    absorption signals.
       Acid enhancement of zinc and lead atomic 1974      28        585 587
1119                                   hydrocarbons in the Los Angeles 87
       Gas chromatographic analysis of JPCA-A    1963     13        81    atmosphere.
1120                                   JPCA-A    1963
       A rapid method for the determination of sulfur in 13          by   387
                                                           fuel oil 380 the Schoniger oxygen flask method.
1121                                   ATEN-B    1974
       Mass determination of single aerosol particles by 8          817 822
                                                           optical interferometry.
1122                                    the ring oven technique and its application to air pollution studies.
       Microdetermination of ammonia byATEN-B    1975     9         431 435
1123                                   ATEN-B    1971     5         653 668
       Piezoelectric microbalance for monitoring the mass concentration of suspended particles.
1124                                   JGRE-A    1975     80        345 354
       Measurements of the extraterrestrial solar radiant flux from 2981 to 4000 A and its transmission through the earth
1125                                   ATEN-B    1978
       Sampling and analysis of atmospheric sulfates and 12         55    68
                                                           related species.
1126                                    of solid fuels in a fluidized bed of dolomite.
       Sulfur removal during combustionJPCA-A    1970     20        164 169
1127                                   ESTH-A    1975
       Ambient air analysis with dichotomous sampler and 9          663 668
                                                           X-ray fluorescence spectrometer.
1128                                   ANCH-A    1963     35        702
       A new instrument for the continuous measurement of condensation 706nuclei.
1129                                   JAMO-A    1975     14
       Calibration of the Pollak counter with monodisperse aerosols.46    51
1130                                    the primary absolute calibration of the condensation nuclei counter.
       A submicron aerosol standard andJCIS-A    1974     47        155 171
1131                                   ATEN-B    1978     12
       Large-scale measurement of airborne particulate sulfur.      759 771
1132                                   JPCA-A    1975     25        1154 1155
       Statistical errors in beta absorption measurements of particulate mass concentration.
1133                                   JPCA-A    a copper 20
       Recovery of sulfur from flue gases using 1970                819 824
                                                           oxide absorbent.
1134                                   ATEN-B    1974     8          detector.
       Atmospheric particulate mass monitoring with a B radiation 183 188
1135                                   transfer 1978
       Experimental results on the SO2 ATEN-B             12        795 796
                                                 in the Mediterranean obtained with remote sensing devices.
1136                                   ATEN-B    1973     7
       Kinetics of sulfation of alkalized alumina (Na2O.Al2O3). 575 586
1137                                   ALBY-B
       Practical applications of TGA and TMA.    1971     3         19    29
1138                                   ALBY-B    1971
       Multiple thermal analysis of natural materials. 3            8     14
1139   Thermal analysis an overview.   ALBY-B    1970     2         46    58
1140                                   JPCA-A    1968     18
       The double contact process for sulfuric acid production. 324 325
1141                                   JPCA-A    natural sources. 233 235
       Gaseous sulfur pollutants from urban and 1970      20
1142                                   RGSP-F
       Atmospheric chemistry and air quality.    1975     13       765 771
1143                                    dioxide 1966 hot 16
       Studies on the removal of sulfurJPCA-A    from              488   prevent air pollution.
                                                           flue gases to 489
1144                                   program. 1975
       The global atmospheric research RGSP-F             13       661 667
1145                                   JPCA-A    gases     an      143
       Note on the removal of sulfur from stack 1971 by 21 electrical 144discharge.
1146   SURE takes to the air.          EPRJ-F    1978     3        14    17
1147                                   business.
       National air data bank open for ESTH-A    1970     4        902 905
1148                                   SCIE-A
       Air pollution surveillance systems.       1970     170      289 296
1149                                   JPCA-A    1970     20
       Experience with a computer oriented air monitoring program. 456 460
1150                                   JPCA-A    1973     23       1039 1041
       Sulfur dioxide standards: primary more restrictive than secondary?
1151                                    for the 1973
       A critical review of regulationsJPCA-A             23        dioxide
                                                 control of sulfur 364 375 emissions.
1152                                   JPCA-A    1974
       An approach to air quality management standards. 24         1039 1043
1153                                   JPCA-A    different pollutants. 108
       Gas cleaning efficiency requirements for 1962      12       105
1154                                   slag quenching. 23
       Control of H2S emissions during JPCA-A    1973              864 869
1155                                   JPCA-A    1964
       Air pollution from coal refuse disposal areas.     14       279 284
1156                                   JPCA-A    1964     14
       Foam fractionation of black liquor from sulfate pulping. 491 499
1157                                   JPCA-A    1964     14       487 490
       Black liquor oxidation as a method for reducing air pollution from sulfate pulping.
1158                                   JPCA-A    1972     22        sulfite
       Process modifications for air pollution control in neutral 195 199 semi-chemical mills.
1159                                   JPCA-A    1970     20       609   exhaust.
       Effects of toluene content in fuel on aromatic emissions in the 611
1160                                   coals.
       Liberation of pyrite from steam JPCA-A    1962     12       388 395
1161                                   JPCA-A    1966     16       606 609
       Control of emissions through efficient use of atmospheric dispersion--a forecast system.
1162                                   JALS-B    1976     7
       Temperature dependence of particle slip in a gaseous medium.381 387
1163                                   ATEN-B    1973     7        723 735
       A mathematical model for simulation of the dynamic behavior of the Tyco process for SO2 and NOx removal.
1164                                   JPCA-A    1970
       Panel bed filters for simultaneous removal of fly 20        534 538
                                                           ash and sulfur dioxide: I. Introduction.
1165                                   JPCA-A    1971
       Panel bed filters for simultaneous removal of fly 21        272 276
                                                           ash and sulfur dioxide: III. Reaction of sulfur dioxide with h
1166                                    atmospheric calcium compounds. 265
       On the origin and composition ofTELL-A    1966     18       262
1167                                   of the    1966     18        sulphate
       A contribution to the detection TELL-A aerosols containing 216 220 particles.
1168                                   IAOP-B    stratosphere.
       Aerosol structure of the troposphere and 1969      5        480 493
1169                                             1977     27       1188 1191
       The evolution of visibility deterioration and aerosol spectra in the St. Louis urban plume. JPCA-A
1170                                   SCIE-A    1979     204       application to photovoltaic efficiency calculations.
       A combined irradiance-transmittance solar spectrum and its 611 613
1171                                   APOP-A    1974     13       1732 1733
       Economical multispectral sun photometer for measurements of aerosol extinction from 0.44 um to 1.6 um and precipit
1172                                   water     low      7        997 1001
       Solubility of sulfur dioxide in ATEN-B at 1973 concentrations.
1173                                   ATEN-B    1974     8         concentrations.
       Discussion: Solubility of sulphur dioxide in water at low 1063
1174                                   ATEN-B    1974     8        1063 water at low concentrations.
       Authors' reply to Discussion: Solubility of sulphur dioxide in 1064
1175                                   atmospheric SO2 by oxygen in aqueous systems.
       On the uncatalyzed oxidation of ATEN-B    1975     9        1083 1090
1176                                   oxidation of atmospheric SO2 by oxygen on aqueous systems.
       Discussion: On the uncatalyzed ATEN-B     1976     10       787
1177                                   ATEN-B    1976
       Authors' reply to Discussion: On the uncatalyzed 10         787 788
                                                           oxidation of atmospheric SO2 by oxygen on aqueous systems.
1178                                   ATEN-B    1973     7         17
       I. Observed ground level concentrations of sulphur dioxide. II. 37 Observations of chimney plume behaviour. III. Cal
1179                                    dioxide 1970 hot 20
       Studies on the removal of sulfurJPCA-A    from               762   a measure to prevent air pollution: IV. Recovery
                                                           flue gases as 763
1180                                   ATEN-B    1978     12
       Interactions between SO2 and carbonaceous particulates.      289 293
1181                                   ATEN-B    in urban 7
       Discussion: Residence time of particles 1973        air.     763 765
1182                                   ATEN-B    time     7          in
       Authors' reply to Discussion: Residence 1973 of particles 765 urban air.
1183                                   time of 1973
       Reply to Discussion: Residence ATEN-B particles 7             air.
                                                           in urban 765 766
1184                                   IDOJ-A                       267 273
       On the concentration size distribution and residence time of sulfate particles in the lower troposphere.
1185                                   ATEN-B    dynamic model for 85
       Formulation and initial application of a 1976      10         urban aerosols.
1186                                    and initial application of a dynamic model for urban aerosols.
       Reply to Discussion: FormulationATEN-B    1976     10        85    86
1187                                    energy 1976       1         413 428
       Toward a better understanding ofENRY-F consumption-II. Factor analysis: a new approach to energy demand?
1188                                   JGRE-A    1973     78        7923 7927
       X ray analysis of Balloon-collected particles erroneously considered as an October influx into the lower stratosph
1189                                    or fiction.
       The LaPorte weather anomaly-factBAMI-A    1968     49        4     11
1190                                   JGRE-A    1973     78        7928
       Reply to X ray analysis of balloon-collected particles erroneously considered as an October influx into the lower
1191                                    in the 1979       13        1104 1109
       Mathematical modeling of changesESTH-A distribution of sulfur in coal as it undergoes mining and transport operat
1192                                   AMGB-A    1963     13
       Aktinometrische kurzstrahlung und trubungskoeffizient.       249 260
1193                                   JSUE-A
       Aerial color analyses of water quality. 1971       97        185 197
1194                                    with     1969
       Interaction of sulphur compoundsTFSO-A palladium. 65         242 250
1195                                    of sulfur dioxide in coal-fired power plant plumes.
       Furthur studies on the oxidationATEN-B    1977     11        465 474
1196                                   JPCA-A    1975     25
       A microprocessor-based air quality monitoring system.        1155 1157
1197                                   pollutant concentration averaging time and frequency.
       A new mathematical model of air JPCA-A    1969     19        24    30
1198                                   ATEN-B    1973     7         1063 1070
       Trends in smoke concentrations before and after the clean air act of 1956.
1199                                   JPCA-A    1967     17        823 829
       Determining reduced-emission goals needed to achieve air quality goals - a hypothetical case.
1200                                   JPCA-A    1970     20
       Relating air pollutant effects to concentration and control. 214 225
1201                                   ESTH-A    1979     13        1062 1067
       Do man-made sources affect the sulfur cycle of northeastern states?
1202   Homogeneous aerosol generators. IAPW-A    1965     9         263 277
1203                                             and                1346 Observatory.
       Visibility variations at Tucson, Arizona 1970 Kitt Peak National 1351
1204                                   ATEN-B    1969     3          on   354
       Condensation on ammonium sulphate particles and its effect 347 visibility.
1205                                   JPCA-A    1967     17        439
       How computers aid air management. coefficients of an urban air 445 pollution aerosol model.
1206                                   BAMI-A    1974     55
       METROMEX: An overview of Illinois Water Survey projects. 89        100
1207                                   ATEN-B    1978
       Structure of the daytime urban moisture field.     12        1943 1949
1208                                   NOHY-B    century.
       The sulphur budget of Sweden during this 1979                155     170
1209                                   ATEN-B    1970     4         585 587
       Discussions: A stabilized integrating nephelometer for visibility studies.
1210                                   ATEN-B    1970     4          for
       Reply to discussion: A stabilized integrating nephelometer 586 visibility studies.
1211                                   ATEN-B    1970
       Discussion: A stabilized integrating nephelometer 4          586
                                                           for visibility studies.
1212                                   ATEN-B    1970     4          for
       Reply to discussion: A stabilized integrating nephelometer 587 visibility studies.
1213                                   ATEN-B    1970     4
       A stabilized integrating nephelometer for visibility studies.219 223
1214                                   JAMO-A    1978     17        1243 1244
       Comments on Numerical modeling of advection and diffusion of urban area source pollutants.
1215                                   AMGB-A   1965     14        81   93
       Trubungmessungen in der stadt Locarno und ihrer umgebung sowie auf einer alpenfahrt.
1216                                   JOMY-A   1958      calcium, 417 sulfate in rain water over the United States.
       The concentration of chloride, sodium, potassium, 15         and 425
1217                                    through 1966 atmosphere. 1380 1384
       Limiting resolution looking downJOSA-A    the     56
1218                                   JOSA-A   1965     55
       Attenuation of photographic contrast by the atmosphere.     26   30
1219                                    the ground on light scattered from a Rayleigh atmosphere.
       Effect of specular reflection atJOSA-A   1968     58        636 644
1220                                   JOSA-A   1964     54        157  from the earth and an overlying aerosol.
       Computed intensity and polarization of light scattered outwards 168
1221                                   the Earth's surface as seen from above the Earth's atmosphere.
       Apparent contrast of objects on JOSA-A   1964     54        289 300
1222   Optical phenomena.              MWRE-A   1895     23        14
1223   Snow dust.                      MWRE-A   1895     23        15   19
1224   State Weather Services, MissouriMWRE-A   1895     23        53
1225                                   D.C.
       Optical phenomena at Washington MWRE-A   1895     23        56   57
1226   Duststorm.                      MWRE-A   1895     23        57
1227                                   MWRE-A
       The duststorms of April 14 and 15.       1895     23        130
1228   Geological origin of the dust. MWRE-A    1895     23        130
1229   Duststorm in Washington.        MWRE-A   1895     23        130
1230   A wave of darkness.             MWRE-A   1895     23        423
1231   Sunshine.                       MWRE-A   1895     23        426
1232   Sulphur rains.                  MWRE-A   1898     26        115
1233   Artificial rain.                MWRE-A   1900     28        22   23
1234   Rafinesque on atmospheric dust. MWRE-A   1900     28        291 292
1235                                   MWRE-A   1900      the plant of the Standard Oil Company at Bayonne, N.J., July 5,6
       Meteorological observations during the burning of 28        325 327
1236                                   MWRE-A   1900     28
       On the color and the polarization of blue sky light.        382 389
1237                                   MWRE-A   1900     28        394 395
       A review of Professor Very's memoir on atmospheric radiation.
1238   Cumulus clouds above fires.     MWRE-A   1900     28        549
1239                                   smoke.
       Cumulus clouds above columns of MWRE-A   1901     29        26
1240   Dust storms and red rain.       MWRE-A   1901     29        120 121
1241                                   MWRE-A   1901
       Some causes of the variability of earthshine.     29        209 211
1242   The red dust of March 1901      MWRE-A   1901     29        316 317
1243   The autumn haze.                MWRE-A   1901     29        374
1244   Colored snow.                   MWRE-A   1901     29        465 466
1245   Cumulus clouds formed by smoke. MWRE-A   1901     29        498
1246                                   MWRE-A
       Sunshine records at Hamburg Germany      1903     31        85
1247                                   MWRE-A
       Abnormal variations in insolation.       1903     31        232 233
1248                                   MWRE-A   1903
       Black rain in Clermont County Ohio August 19 1903 31        536
1249                                   MWRE-A
       The diffusion of odors in the atmosphere.1903     31        596 597
1250                                   MWRE-A   1906
       Atmospheric effects in astronomical observations. 34        117 118
1251   The colors of dust-haze.        MWRE-A   1906     34        163
1252                                   MWRE-A
       Krakatoa dust verses Krakatoa vapor.     1906      34       163 164
1253                                   MWRE-A
       The green sun of the Krakatoa eruption. 1906       34       408
1254                                   MWRE-A    the       of      4141
       Height of the atmosphere determined from 1906 time 34 disppearance of blue color of the sky after sunset
1255                                   ATEN-B   1972
       The evaluation of methods for measuring suspended 6         593 622
                                                           particulates in air.
1256                                   ANMT-A
       Fragen globaler luftverunreinigung.      1971      6        147 149
1257                                   ANMR-A             5        100 106
       Bestimmung der diffusion von uranin-aerosol in verschiedenem Gelande.
1258                                   GCAC-A   1969      33       1247 1294
       Chemical concentrations of pollutant lead aerosols terrestial dusts and sea salts in Greenland and Antarctic snow
1259                                   HEPH-A   1972      23       537
       Plutonium239 and Americium241 contamination in the Denver area 548
1260                                   JOSA-A
       Color discrimination of twelve observers.1957      47       137 143
1261                                    the contiguous United States. 339
       Low-level inversion frequency inMWRE-A   1961      89       319
1262                                   SREN-A   1977      19
       Interactions between air pollution and solar radiation.     23    32
1263                                   AMSC-A   1976
       The origin and influence of airborne particulates. 64       45    56
1264                                   ENFI-A   1978      50
       Prescription for a successful fuel treatment program.       28    34
1265                                   ZMET-A   1973      23       215 224
       Ergebnisse der internationalen vergleichsmessungen mit auto- matischen gasanalysatoren fur schwefeldioxid - Lening
1266                                    SO2 problems in the '70s. 12
       Potential solutions to utilitiesENFI-A   1970      42             21
1267                                   JPCA-A   1967      17       203 209
       Measurements of morbidity and mortality related to air pollution
1268                                   JPCA-A   1973      23       769 772
       Revaluation of the Chattanooga School Children Study in the light of other contemporary governmental studies.
1269                                   RSIN-A   1970
       Time lag calibration of insulated pressure probes. 41       1094 1095
1270                                   GRPY-A    a small aircraft. 139 143
       Sampling of aerobiological material from 1977      16
1271                                   cylinders.
       A design basis for lead dioxide JPCA-A   1965      15       409 414
1272                                   JPCA-A   1963      13       305 309
       A laboratory study of a lead acetate-tile method for the quan- titative measurement of low concentrations of hydro
1273                                   a rocketborne cryocondenser.
       High altitude air sampling with JAMO-A   1970      9        170 177
1274                                   laboratory.
       A novel membrane filter for the ALBY-B   1974      6        63    76
1275                                   ESTH-A   1970      4        769 770
       Preparation of glass fiber filters for sulfuric acid aerosol collection.
1276                                   ESTH-A
       Characteristics of laminar jet impactors.1974      8        648 654
1277                                   JPCA-A   1962      12       361 375
       Sampling station and time requirements for urban air pollution surveys.
1278                                   ESTH-A   1978      12       1162 1167
       A general method for fitting size distributions to multicomponent aerosol data using weighted least-squares
1279                                   AIHA-A   1971      32        in   closed vessel.
       A simple model for the estimation of aerosol concentration 603 a 609
1280                                   JPCA-A    point    14       347 352
       A simple diffusion model for calculating 1964 concentrations from multiple sources.
1281                                   BPYA-A
       Bisherige theorien der staubausbreitung. 1958      30       137 148
1282                                   ANMT-A   1973      6
       Zur ausbreitung von luftbeimengungen uber industriegebieten.151 156
1283                                    smog.
       A dynamic model of photochemicalESTH-A   1969      3        1175 1181
1284                                   SCIE-A   1974      184
       Acid rain: a serious regional environmental problem.        1176 1179
1285                                   ZMET-A   1974      24       346 348
       Zeitreihenanalyse der jahressummen der taglichen niederschlag- shohen Potsdam 1901-1970.
1286                                   JOSA-A   1942      32
       Visual sensitivities to color differences in daylight.      247 274
1287                                   APMM-F   1978      2        205 208
       Representation of inter-grid sources in pseudospectral dispersion models
1288                                   NEPH-A   1973      72       1299 1306
       The effects of low concentrations of sulphur dioxide on stomatal behavior in vicia faba
1289                                   ACAC-A    1955    12        waters with particular reference to sea-water.
       The spectrophotometric determination of nitrate in natural 464 480
1290                                   AMBI-F
       The gradual destruction of Sweden's lakes.1972    1        4     12
1291                                   ATEN-B    the     7        1117 1125
       Trace elements in atmospheric aerosol in 1973 Heidelberg area measured by instrumental neutron activation analysis
1292                                   ATEN-B    1974
       Discussion: Trace elements in atmospheric aerosol 8        297 298
                                                          in the Heidelberg area measured by instrumental neutron activat
1293                                   ATEN-B    1974    8        298 299
       Author's reply: Trace elements in atmospheric aerosol in the Heidelberg area measured by instrumental neutron act
1294                                   ESTH-A    1970    4        769 770
       Preparation of glass fiber filters for sulfuric acid aerosol collection.
1295                                   PAGY-A    1975    113
       Turbulence entrainment and mixing in cloud dynamics.       1067 1084
1296                                   atmospheric surface layer. 525 533
       Mobilities of small ions in the PAGY-A    1975    113
1297                                   early     1976    15       145 156
       Some remarks on modeling of the JAMO-A stage of cloud formation in a simulation chamber.
1298                                   ANMT-A    1973    6        177 180
       Bestimung des vertikalen austauschkoeffizienten in der freien atmosphare mit dem flugzeug.
1299                                   GRSL-F    1976
       Precipitation scavenging of aerosol particles.    3        21    22
1300                                   NATU-A    1974
       Dry deposition of sulphur dioxide on wheat.       249      389 390
1301                                   ATEN-B    1973    7
       Measurements and models of indoor aerosol size spectra.    827 842
1302                                   ATEN-B    1974    8         spectra.
       Discussion: Measurements and models of indoor aerosol size 204 205
1303                                   POAT-B    1973    59
       Mesure de la teneur en SO2 en zone faiblement polluee.     281 290
1304                                     in the 1971     4
       Air-pollution monitoring networkCOMP-F Netherlands.        21    27
1305   Coping with SO2.                CEDI-F    1974             79    85
1306                                   FLDY-F    1971    6        26    422
       Horizontal diffusion in the atmosphere as determined by geostrophic trajectories.
1307                                   CHIA-B    1974
       Dosage selectif de l'acide sulfurique dans l'atmosphere. 33      36
1308                                   IBMJ-A    1972    16       171 179
       Numerical investigation of the atmospheric dispersion of stack effluents.
1309                                   JWMD-F
       A review of surface hail sensors.         1974    6        304 317
1310                                   ENVP-F    and     6        111 129
       Air pollution - effects on the structure 1974 function of the temperate forest ecosystem.
1311                                   ATEN-B    1971    5        621 627
       Determination of trace concentration of ammonia in the atmos- phere using pyridine-pyrazolone reagent.
1312                                   ATEN-B    1976    10        in   496
       Discussion:Determination of trace concentration of ammonia 495 the atmosphere using pyridine-pyrazolone reagent.
1313                                   NATU-A    1969     sulphur dioxide concentrations.
       Uptake of sulphur dioxide by barley leaves at low 224      1229 1230
1314                                   JAMO-A    1978    17        downwind
       Thermodynamic properties and aerosol patterns in the plume 689 698 of St. Louis.
1315                                   JAMO-A    1978    17       1357 1367
       Visibility reduction and accompanying aerosol evolution downwind of St. Louis.
1316                                   SCIE-A
       Nitrate losses from disturbed ecosystems. 1979    204      469 470
1317   Automobile fuel economy.        MEEN-A    1977    99       30    34
1318                                   APEN-F    to energy saving and environmental protection.
       The contribution of fluid-bed technology 1977     3        139 150
1319                                   ENRY-F    1976    1        375 406
       The long term implications and constraints of alternate energy policies.
1320                                   ENRY-F
       On decoupling energy and GNP growth.      1976    1        291 300
1321                                   ENRY-F    of the art.
       The economics of coal supply - the state 1976     1        283 289
1322                                   ENRY-F    1976    1        233 239
       Residential energy savings through modified control of space-conditioning equipment.
1323                                   ENRY-F    1976
       An evaluation of in situ coal gasification.       1        77    94
1324                                   analysis 1976
       Preliminary design and economic ENRY-F            1        63    76
                                                 of solar-energy systems for heating and cooling of buildings.
1325                                   ENRY-F    1976
       Priorities of energy research and development.    1        11    23
1326                                   ENRY-F    direct heat addition associated with escalating energy use.
       Monitoring the global climatic impact of 1976     1         407 412
1327   The glory.                      NA                          60    71
1328                                   JAMO-A    1972    11        968 976
       A study of the relationship of chemical composition and humidity to light scattering by aerosols.
1329                                    Angeles 1979
       Composition of aerosols over LosATEN-B            13
                                                 freeways.         653 659
1330                                   SCIE-A    States 1985 to 2000. 239
       Energy resources available to the United 1979     203       233
1331                                   colored 1978      12
       Visibility in turbid media with ATEN-B illumination.        2455 2459
1332                                   ANCH-A    by a    51        609 615
       Determination of sulfur-containing gases 1979 deactivated cryogenic enrichment and capillary gas chromatographic s
1333                                   ANMT-A    1974    9         25    31
       Instabilitat und anthropogene modifikation des klimas. (Instability and anthropogenic modification of climate.)
1334                                   IDOJ-A    1972    76         ertelmezese.
       A latastavolsag es relativ nedvesseg kapcsolatanak fizikai 101 111
1335                                   ANMT-A    1969    4         117 151
       Beitrag zum schwefelhaushalt aufgrund von SO2- und sulfatmessungen in der freien atmosphare.
1336                                   and concentration 20 a function 608 particle size and of time.
       Atmospheric aerosol composition JPCA-A    1970      as      603   of
1337                                   ATEN-B    1969    3         337 340
       Electron microscopy of natural aerosols and the identification of particulate ammonium sulphate.
1338                                   CENE-A
       Stack gas scrubber makes the grade.       1975    53        22    24
1339                                   the content of U.K. air particulate material 1957-1974.
       Retrospective trend analysis of SCTE-F    1978    9         161 200
1340                                   210Po     1973    78         residence
       222Rn 210Pb 210Bi and 210 P and JGRE-A profiles and aerosol 7065 7075 times versus altitude.
1341                                   ATEN-B
       Dust transport in Maricopa County, Arizona1978    12        2265 2271
1342                                    mortality.
       The relation of air pollution toJOCM-A    1976    18        316 333
1343                                   BAMI-A    1977
       A chronology of items of meteorological interest. 10        1058 1067
1344                                    in the 1978      12        1589 1597
       A chronology of important eventsBAMI-A history of air pollution meteorology to 1970.
1345                                   acid aerosols in urban aerosols.
       Formation of secondary sulfuric GRSL-F    1977    4         17    20
1346                                   mixing    1974    23        249 267
       A stochastic model of turbulent COFL-F with chemical reaction: nitric oxide formation in a plug-flow burner.
1347                                   COFL-F    1974    22        299 311
       Rate constrained partial equilibrium models for the formation of nitric oxide from organic fuel nitrogen
1348                                   PLDR-A    1977    61        778 782
       Transport of ozone from the northeast U.S. into Virginia and its effects on eastern white pines.
1349                                   JPCA-A    1979    29         emissions from soils.
       Preliminary measurements of biogenic sulfur-containing gas 380 383
1350                                   soils     different moisture contents.
       Sulfur compounds volatized from SBIO-A at 1979    11        411 415
1351   The surface of Mars.            SCAM-A    1978    238       76    89
1352                                   APOP-A    1969    8         2161 2164
       Die Beugungserscheinungen: a tribute to F.M. Schwerd's monumental work on Fraunhofer diffraction.
1353                                   MWRE-A    1979
       The albedo of water as a function of latitude.    107       775 781
1354                                   ESTH-A    the     12        218 221
       Nocturnal boundary-layer wind maxima and 1978 problem of wind power assessment.
1355                                   JAMO-A    1978    17        723   using sodar and aircraft.
       Simultaneous measurements of turbulence in the lower atmosphere 734
1356                                   SREN-A    1976    18        467 473
       A method for estimating hourly averages of diffuse and direct solar radiation under a layer of scattered clouds.
1357                                   JAMO-A    1976
       A comparison of two optical methods for measuring 15        1177 of thermal exchanges above warm water surfaces.
                                                           line averages 1188
1358                                   JAMO-A    1976    15        43
       The combined effect of temperature and humidity fluctuations on 49refractive index.
1359                                   JGRE-A    1978    83        6259 6261
       Temporal sampling requirements for long-term atmospheric pollutant dispersion studies.
1360                                   ATEN-B    1978    12        2301 2307
       Pollutant transfer across the cavity region behind a two- dimensional fence.
1361                                   ATEN-B    1978
       A puff pollutant dispersion model with wind shear 12        1933 1938
                                                           and dynamic plume rise.
1362                                   ATEN-B    1978    12        1745 1753
       Design of network experiments for regional-scale atmospheric pollutant transport and transformation.
1363                                   of particulate deposition from the atmosphere.
       An eddy-correlation measurement ATEN-B   1977      11       561 563
1364                                   JPCA-A   1977      27       1110 and
       Some factors that affect the deposition rates of sulfur dioxide 1116 similar gases on vegetation.
1365                                   JPCA-A
       The prediction of fog over cooling ponds.1977      27       140 142
1366                                   TELL-A   1977      29       182 188
       Seasonal and latitudinal variations of atmospheric radioactivity along Australia's east coast (150 E longitude).
1367                                   BLME-B   1977      11       515 519
       Some observations of eddy momentum fluxes within a maize canopy.
1368                                   JAMO-A   1978      17       161 165
       An evaluation of precipitation scavenging rates of background aerosol.
1369                                    a cooling pond fog study. 60
       Effect of the severe winter uponBAMI-A   1978      59             61
1370                                   ATEN-B   1978      12
       Objective sensor placement for sampling regional turbidity. 937 943
1371                                    pollutant transport over an urban area.
       A puff-grid model for predictingJPCA-A   1977      27       784 785
1372                                   ATEN-B   1977      11       1185 1190
       Mathmatical modeling of particulate thermal coagulation and transport downstream of an urban area source.
1373                                   JAMO-A   1978
       A puff-on model for computing pollutant transport 17        140 147
                                                           and diffusion.
1374                                   SCIE-A   1979      206      679 681
       Solar availability for winter space heating: an analysis of SOLMET data 1953-1975
1375                                   ATEN-B    reaction 13 the crosswind geometry of a dispersing plume.
       The theoretical effect of a second-order 1979       on      1501 1503
1376                                   JPHO-F   1977
       On the Bowen ratio and surface temperature at sea. 7        141 145
1377                                   WRER-A    a cooling pond. 901 908
       A study of heat transfer processes above 1977      13
1378                                   AGAO-A   1964      167
       Uber die beziehung zwischen lichtsinn und sehscharfe.       4     74
1379                                   TELL-A    across the air-sea interface.
       Transfer of SO2 and other reactive gases 1976      28       348 354
1380                                   ATEN-B   1976      10       1043 1052
       Predicted and observed cooling tower plume rise and visible plume length at the John E. Amos power plant
1381                                   of fly   1979      6         low 112
       Oxidation of SO2 on the surface GRSL-F ash particles under 109 relative humidity conditions.
1382                                   JAMO-A
       The ANL 403 MHz radiosonde system.       1978      17       235 238
1383                                   the Wangara experiment.
       Wind profile relationships from QJRM-A   1976      102      535 551
1384                                   ATEN-B   1979      13        quality variables by principal components-PartI. Annual
       Multivariate analysis of particulate sulfate and other air 1581 1596
1385                                   JPCA-A   1979
       Considerations in the measurement of visibility. 29         1042 1052
1386                                   NA       1962               586 589
       A colorimetric method for determining total sulphur in soils.
1387                                    ions by 1941
       The rate of oxidation of sulfiteNA        oxygen. 63        1644 1650
1388                                    reactions in turbulent fluid- Part II. Application to atmospheric plumes.
       A model of second-order chemicalATEN-B   1978      12       1695 1704
1389                                   ATEN-B   1979      13       1471 1476
       Discussion of A model of second-order chemical reactions in turbulent fluid - Part II. Application to atmospheric
1390                                    Los Angeles smog.
       The aerosol size distribution ofJCIS-A   1972      39       177 204
1391   Climate modeling.               RGSP-F   1974      12       447 493
1392   The environmental impact chain. ENED-B   1976      66       343 344
1393                                   ENHP-F   1975
       Quest for long-term solutions for old problems. 10          197 201
1394                                    space. 1974
       The earth's climate as seen fromAASW-A             1        81    91
1395                                   IEGE-A   1978      GE-16    4     22
       Understanding anthropogenic effects on ultraviolet radiation and climate.
1396                                   IEGE-A   1978
       The nature of climate and climatic variations.     GE-16    23    29
1397                                   IEGE-A
       The natural and perturbed troposphere.   1978      GE-16    30    44
1398                                    change. 1978
       Global air pollution and climateIEGE-A             GE-16    44    50
1399                                   IEGE-A   1978      GE-16
       Climatic change: volcanoes man-made pollution and carbon 50       61
                                                                    dioxide.
1400   Man and climate: an overview.   IEGE-A   1978     GE-16    62    73
1401                                                              52    70
       Radiation observations at Aspendale Australia and their comparison with other data.
1402                                    particles.
       Size distribution of atmosphericJALS-B   1974     5        293 300
1403                                   JGRE-A   1977     82       5493 5504
       Seasonal and solar cycle variations of the zonal mean circulation in the thermosphere
1404   Why not cloud power?            BAMI-A   1975     56       252 254
1405                                   SCIE-A   at the Earth's surface.
       Spectral distribution of solar radiation 1966     151      523 529
1406                                   JAHS-A
       On the carbon dioxide-climate confusion. 1975     32       2060 2066
1407                                   NATU-A
       The origin of ozone in the troposphere. 1978      274      855 858
1408   Climate modeling.               RGSP-F   1974     12       447 493
1409                                   AMBI-F   1975
       Climatic barriers to long-term energy growth.     4        65    74
1410                                   JAMO-A   1976     15       1050 1056
       Parameterization of fractional cloud amounts in climatic models: the importance of modeling multiple reflections.
1411                                   SCIE-A   trends. 190
       Volcanic dust sunspots and temperature 1975                741 746
1412                                   JAHS-A   sunspots 34
       Statistical evidence on the influence of 1977              1995 2004
                                                          and volcanic dust on long-term temperature records.
1413                                   SCIE-A   worse? 186
       Climate stabilization: for better or for 1974              1163 1172
1414   Is mankind warming the earth?   BASI-A   1978     Feb      10    19
1415                                   ALBY-B
       Field sampling of airborne particulates. 1978     10       13    26
1416                                   NA       1963     35       1971 1973
       Determination of microgram amounts of total sulfur in rocks.
1417                                   NA       1972              1735 and
       Aerosol formation from sulphur dioxide in the presence of ozone 1753 olefinic hydrocarbons.
1418                                    Las Vegas Nevada
       Solar insolation measurements atSREN-A   1978     20       197 203
1419                                   GRSL-F
       Stratospheric sulfate at high altitudes 1977      4        521 522
1420                                   SREN-A   1978     20       143 150
       The spectral distribution of solar radiation at the earth's surface - elements of a model.
1421                                   SREN-A   1978     20       139 142
       Characteristics of clear sky normal incidence solar insolation measured with the RG2 filter.
1422                                   SREN-A   1977     19
       Stochastic modeling and forecasting of solar radiation data755 757
1423                                   SREN-A
       Solar and diffuse radiation at Barcelona 1977     19       775 776
1424                                   efficiency from climatic data. 689
       Prediction of average collector SREN-A   1977     19       685
1425                                   of solar 1977 terrestrial radiation fluxes as deduced from many years records at Ha
       Daily and yearly time variation SREN-A   and      19       589 593
1426                                   SREN-A   1977     19       549 553
       The effect of non-direct insolation on the radiative performance of trapezoidal grooves used as solar energy colle
1427                                   SREN-A   1977
       The solar spectrum at typical clear weather days 19        525 538
1428                                   SREN-A   1977     19       331 333
       Validity of the isotropic-distribution approximation in solar energy estimations.
1429                                   SREN-A   1977     19       115 122
       Instrumentation for the measurement of the variation quantity and quality of sun and sky radiation.
1430                                   SREN-A   1977     19       3     13
       Variations in the spectral distribution of daylight at various geographical locations on the earth's surface.
1431                                   biologically produced dimethyl sulfide to the global sulfur cycle.
       Estimate of the contribution of SCIE-A   1977     196      647 648
1432                                   JGRE-A   1977
       Atmospheric concentrations of carbonyl sulfide in 4        510 512
                                                          the southwestern and eastern United States.
1433                                   IJHM-A   1977
       Heat transfer-a review of 1976 literature.        20       1097 1125
1434                                   PRLA-A   from     290      557 562
       Brownian deposition of aerosol particles 1966 turbulent flow through pipes.
1435                                   pollutant concentration averaging time and frequency.
       A new mathematical model of air JPCA-A   1969     19       24    30
1436                                   JPCA-A   of regulated air pollutants.
       Health effects of exposure to low levels 1978     28       482 497
1437                                   JPCA-A    1970    20       214 225
       Relating air pollutant effects to concentration and control.
1438                                   JPCA-A    1973    23       933 940
       An air quality data analysis system for interrelating effects standards and needed source reductions.
1439                                   JPCA-A    1974    24       551 558
       An air quality data analysis system for interrelating effects standards and needed source reductions part 2.
1440                                   JPCA-A    interrelating effects standards and needed source reductions: part 3. Veg
       An air quality data analysis system for 1976      26       325 333
1441                                   JPCA-A    interrelating effects standards and needed source reductions: part 4. A t
       An air quality data analysis system for 1977      27       454 459
1442                                   JGRE-A    700     82       3153 3160
       Complex index of refracton between 300 & 1977 nm for Saharan aerosols.
1443                                     of nitric acid vapor and particulate nitrate
       Global tropospheric measurementsGRSL-F    1978    5        577 580
1444                                   MWRE-A    probability forecasts in terms of areal coverage.
       On the evaluation of point precipitation 1978     106      1680 1686
1445                                     penetrative convection
       An observational investiagion ofJAHS-A    1978    35       1924 1933
1446                                     composition of ambient airborne sulfate particles by diffusion sampling.
       Size discrimination and chemicalATEN-B    1977    11       1143 1150
1447                                   JPCA-A    1977    27        technique.
       Measuring air pollutant uptake by plants; a direct kinetic 1192 1197
1448                                   JAHS-A
       The formation of sulfate in water droplets1966    24       54    57
1449                                     by correlation spectroscopy- instrumental response characteristics.
       Remote sensing of air pollutantsATEN-B    1977    12       853 864
1450                                   ATEN-B    1974
       Particles in the atmosphere-natural and man-made 8         1069 1079
1451                                   coal
       New fears surround the shift to FORT-A    1978    98       50    60
1452                                   NATU-A    1968    218
       Organic and inorganic constituents of the Amazon River     937 938
1453                                   JGRE-A
       Worldwide sulfur pollution of rivers      1971    76       6597 6600
1454                                   LIOC-A    1964    9        540 545
       Variations in elemental concentrations in the Columbia River
1455                                     .VIII. 1952     250       content
       Radioactivity of ocean sedimentsAJSC-A radium and uranium 241 262 of ocean and river waters.
1456                                   GCAC-A    1972    36       537   northern cascade mountains.
       Chemical weathering in the temperate glacial environment of the 554
1457                                   GCAC-A    1968
       Stream supply of dissolved silver molybdenum      32       285 298
                                                        antimony selenium chromium cobalt rubidium and cesium to the
1458                                   WRER-A    1969    5        1395 1403
       Regional variations of river water composition resulting from halite solution
1459                                   GCAC-A    1974    38       341   of
       Organic and inorganic geochemistry of some coastal plain rivers 364 the southeastern United States
1460                                   estuaries
       On the chemical mass-balance in GCAC-A    1974    38       1719 1728
1461                                   GCAC-A    1963     major streams 11 the world.
       Implications of the minor element content of some 27       1     of
1462                                   GCAC-A
       Water chemistry of the Amazon River       1972    36       1061 1066
1463                                   WRER-A    1966
       Nitrogen compounds in natural water - a review    2        41    58
1464                                   particles
       Evaporation of fine atmospheric FSCS-F    1972    7        34    41
1465                                   BUGM-A    1967     I.      1203 1232
       The geochemistry of the Amazon River system: Part 78 the factors that control the salinity and the composition and
1466                                     open    1979
       Reduced sulfur emission from theGRSL-F oceans     6        329
1467                                   POEN-A
       Licensing coal-fired power plants         1978    82       34    42
1468   Trends in power boilers         POEN-A    1978    82       42    52
1469                                   POEN-A    1978
       Retrofit precipitators meet rigid new standards 82         56    59
1470   Minimizing FGD operating costs POEN-A     1978    82       62    65
1471                                   POEN-A    1978    82
       European Energy Report : Some Swedish proposals for energy 38    39
1472   Cogeneration                    POEN-A    1978    82       34    42
1473                                   POEN-A    1978
       New generating capacity: when where and by whom 82         50    58
1474                                   POEN-A    1978
       Corrosion resistant materials for SO2 scrubbers 82          54   57
1475                                   it takes 1978
       Fossil-fired power plants: what POEN-A            82
                                                 to get them built 36   42
1476                                   POEN-A    1978    82
       Coping with pollution control requirements for power plants 42   48
1477                                   POEN-A
       The unknowns of future energy demand      1978    82        42   43
1478                                   POEN-A    1978    82
       Capacity factor evaluation of fossil fired power plants     56   58
1479                                   POEN-A
       Consulting engineers: an expanding role 1978      82        42   49
1480                                   POEN-A    1979    83
       Air monitoring network design to meet PSD requirements      63   65
1481                                   differential equations by special purpose digital computer.
       Monte Carlo solution of partial ITCO-B    1974    C-23      389 397
1482                                   AJOA-A
       Contrast sensitivity of the human retina 1972               748 753
1483                                     field   1978    12
       Air monitoring milestones: RAPS'ESTH-A measurements are in 644 651
1484                                   sun
       Calculating the position of the SREN-A    1978    20        393 397
1485                                   PERS-F    1978    44        1159 1166
       Case applications of remote sensing for vegetation damage assessment
1486                                   PERS-F    1978    44        1273 1278
       Surface texture analysis with thermal and near infrared scanners
1487                                     bands   1978    44        1369 1380
       A comparison of satellite sensorPERS-F for vegetation monitoring
1488                                   PERS-F    1979    45
       Multispectral linear arrays as an alternative to landsat D 67    69
1489                                   PERS-F    1978    44
       Photographic contrast enhancement of landsat imagery        1023 1026
1490                                   PERS-F    1978    44
       Area estimation of crops by digital analysis of landsat data1033 1043
1491                                   vegetation damage 44
       Symposium on remote sensing for PERS-F    1978              1139 1145
                                                          assessment
1492                                   PERS-F    near    44        1179
       Crop discriminability in the visible and 1978 infrared regions 1184
1493                                   PERS-F    1978    44        1147 1158
       Remote sensing and vegetation damage: a theory for detection and assessment
1494                                   PERS-F    1979    45
       Using landsat digital data to detect moisture stress        201 207
1495                                   PERS-F
       A large format camera for shuttle         1979    45        73   78
1496                                   MWRE-A    1906
       The meteorological optics of Prof. J.M.Pernter    34        357 359
1497                                   MWRE-A
       The green sun of the Krakatoa eruption    1906    34        408
1498                                   MWRE-A
       Abnormal weather over southern Texas      1906    34        458 460
1499                                   MWRE-A    1907
       Observation of cloud altitudes at nighttime       35        76
1500                                   MWRE-A    1907    35        171 175
       On the depression in the value of the total intensity of the solar radiation in 1903 according to measurements mad
1501   Pale green sky tints            MWRE-A    1907    35        269
1502   The 'Santa Ana' of California   MWRE-A    1907    35        276
1503                                   actinometric thermometers 358 361
       Influence of the glass cover on MWRE-A    1907    35
1504                                   Mexico
       Atmospheric dust in the gulf of MWRE-A    1907    35        583
1505                                   MWRE-A    radiation at St. Petersburg and at Pavlovsk
       Comparison of the intensity of the solar 1908     36        62   63
1506                                   solar     1908    36        108 110
       A new formula for computing the MWRE-A constant from pyrheliometric observations
1507   The reflecting power of clouds MWRE-A     1908    36        285 286
1508                                   ranges
       Hurricanes affected by mountain MWRE-A    1908    36        411
1509                                   MWRE-A    of the soil
       Atmospheric influences causing movements 1908     36        436
1510   Theories of the color of the skyMWRE-A    1909    37        15   16
1511   Duststorms in Texas             MWRE-A   1909     37       16
1512   A study of overcast skies       MWRE-A   1909     37       18    21
1513                                   MWRE-A   1909
       Meteorology at Harvard College Observatory        37       133 134
1514   Spiders and anticyclonic winds MWRE-A    1910     38       794
1515   The disposition of smoke        MWRE-A   1910     38       1107 1108
1516                                   MWRE-A   1910     38
       Conservation of the purity of the air prevention of smoke 1423 1425
1517                                   MWRE-A   of the eruption of Katmai volcano
       The effect upon atmospheric transparency 1913     41       153 159
1518   Interesting solar halo          MWRE-A   1913     41       161
1519                                    snow
       Effect of dust on the melting ofMWRE-A   1913     41       599
1520                                   MWRE-A
       Atmospheric transparency for radiation   1914     42       2     4
1521                                   MWRE-A   1914     42       23    27
       Lorin Bloget's 'Climatology of the United States': an appreciation
1522                                    smoke   1914
       The meteorological aspect of theMWRE-A problem    42       29    35
1523                                   MWRE-A
       Evolution of the meterological kite      1914     42       39    40
1524   The twilight coloring of 1913   MWRE-A   1914     42       76    77
1525                                   MWRE-A   1914
       The effect of weather upon the yield of corn      42       78    87
1526                                   MWRE-A   1914
       Solar radiation intensities at Mount Weather VA 42         138 141
1527                                   MWRE-A   1912
       Progress in meteorological optics during 1914     42       144 150
1528                                    and geographical 42
       Maurer and Dorno on the progressMWRE-A   1914              214 216
                                                          distribution of the atmospheric-optical disturbance of 1912-1913
1529   Haze of May 13 to May 17        MWRE-A   1914     42       286
1530                                   MWRE-A   1914     42       310
       Solar radiation intensities at Mount Weather VA during April May and June
1531                                   weather 1914
       Halos and their relation to the MWRE-A            42       446 451
1532                                   a horizontal surface from the sun and sky at Mount Weather VA
       The total radiation received on MWRE-A   1914     42       474 487
1533                                    for ultraviolet light
       The absorption of the atmosphereMWRE-A   1914     42       487 489
1534                                   MWRE-A   1914     42       520
       Solar radiation intensities at Mount Weather VA during July August and September 1914
1535   Light pillars                   MWRE-A   1914     42       616 617
1536   On halos                        MWRE-A   1914     42       617 619
1537                                   of the   1914     42       621 623
       Extracts from the annual report MWRE-A Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
1538                                   MWRE-A   1914      on      650 653
       Photometric measurements of daylight illumination 42 a horizontal surface at Mount Weather VA
1539   Annual hours of fog 1885-1915 MWRE-A     1916     44       21    22
1540                                   MWRE-A
       The physician and the weather bureau     1916     44       22    23
1541                                    and Scottish towns
       Atmospheric pollution in EnglishMWRE-A   1916     44       114
1542                                   MWRE-A
       Some problems of atmospheric electricity 1916     44       115 122
1543                                   a horizontal surface from the sun and sky at Madison Wis. April 1911 to March 191
       The total radiation received on MWRE-A   1916     April    180 181
1544   Circumhorizontal arc observed   MWRE-A   1916     44       245 246
1545                                   MWRE-A   1916
       The blue of the sky and Avogadro's Constant       44       246
1546                                   MWRE-A
       Classification of the hydrometeors       1916     44       385 392
1547                                   United   1916     44       433 434
       High haze over the southwestern MWRE-A States during July to September 1916
1548                                   Hamilton 1916
       Atmospheric refraction at Mount MWRE-A    Cal.     44        434 436
1549                                   MWRE-A    1916
       Radiation equilibrium and atmospheric radiation 44           450 459
1550                                   MWRE-A
       Shading effect of wire insect cages       1916     44        501 506
1551                                     of July 1916 August 1916 549 550
       Additional note on the high hazeMWRE-A    and      44
1552   Lassen Peak's name              MWRE-A    1916     44        570 571
1553                                   MWRE-A
       The duration and intensity of twilight    1916     44        614 620
1554                                   MWRE-A
       Von Bezold's description of twilight      1916     44        620 623
1555                                   MWRE-A
       Mairan's description of anti-twilight     1916     44        623 624
1556                                   MWRE-A    and      44        624 625
       Explanations of the western purple light 1916 the eastern afterglow
1557                                   MWRE-A    to December 1916 625 626
       Twilight phenomena in Arizona September 1916       44
1558                                   Cal.      1916     44        626
       Twilight colors at Mount Wilson MWRE-A August to September 1916 627
1559   Ammonia in dew                  MWRE-A    1917     45        19
1560                                   MWRE-A
       The smoke cloud and the high haze of 1916 1917     45        49    52
1561                                   MWRE-A    1917
       City smoke and daylight illumination intensities 45          205 207
1562                                     recorder and Angstrom pyrheliometer
       comparison of Callandar sunshineMWRE-A    1917     45        400
1563                                   MWRE-A
       Some nuclei of cloudy condensation        1917     45        452
1564                                      fall   1917
       Atmospheric optical disturbancesMWRE-A of 1911 to 45          1917
                                                           February 483 484
1565                                   MWRE-A    1917     45
       Transparency of the atmosphere for ultra-violet radiation 485
1566                                   on the    1917
       Influence of weather conditions MWRE-A amounts of 45          acids in the rainfall and atmosphere in Australia
                                                           nitrogen 501
1567                                   MWRE-A    1917     45        531
       Observation of the neutral points of atmospheric polarization from great heights
1568                                   MWRE-A
       Some nuclei of cloudy condensation        1917     45        531 532
1569                                   MWRE-A
       Relation between sunlight and moonlight 1917       45        532
1570   Polarization of skylight        MWRE-A    1917     45        576
1571                                   MWRE-A
       Nitrites from nitrates by sunlight        1917     45        602
1572                                   MWRE-A    1918     46
       Determination of ozone and nitrogen oxides in Southern India 25
1573   Nocturnal radiation measurementsMWRE-A    1918     46        57    70
1574   Molecular scattering of light   MWRE-A    1918     46        70
1575                                   MWRE-A
       Visible weather (Chinook weather)         1918     46        166 167
1576   Nitrogen chlorine               MWRE-A    1918
                           and sulphates in rain and snow 46        211
1577                                     in meteorological research
       A much needed change of emphasisMWRE-A    1918     46        449 453
1578                                   MWRE-A    volcanic 46
       Dynamic heating of air as a cause of hot 1918       blasts 453 458
1579                                   MWRE-A    1918
       Smoke as an indicator of gustiness and convection 46         459 460
1580                                   MWRE-A    1918
       Some characteristics of the Marvin Pyrheliometer 46          499 501
1581   The dustfalls of March 1918     MWRE-A    1918     46        502 506
1582                                   MWRE-A
       Smoke from Minnesota forest fires         1918     46        506 509
1583                                   MWRE-A    1919      at       1
       Work of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory 47 Calama Chile  3
1584                                   MWRE-A    literature
       General classification of meteorological 1919      47        42    43
1585                                   MWRE-A   1919
       Measurements of the solar constant of radiation 47          85    86
1586                                   MWRE-A   1919
       Convectional clouds induced by forest fires       47        143 144
1587                                   over a   1919
       Notes on a cumulus cloud formed MWRE-A fire       47        144
1588                                   MWRE-A
       Rain from cumulus clouds over fires      1919     47        145 146
1589                                   MWRE-A   1919
       Heights of cumulus clouds forming over fires      47        147 149
1590                                   MWRE-A   1919     47        182
       Measurements of the solar constant of radiation at Calama Chile
1591   Measuring visibility            MWRE-A   1919     47        401 402
1592   Lord Rayleigh Meteorologist     MWRE-A   1919     47        418
1593   Diurnal variations in humidity MWRE-A    1919     47        466 468
1594                                   130 years
       Weather in Cincinnati Ohio for MWRE-A    1919     47        480 486
1595                                   MWRE-A   1919     47        499
       Measurements of the solar constant of radiation at Calama Chile My 1919
1596                                   MWRE-A   1919
       Balloon race from Fort Omaha through thunderstorms47        533 534
1597                                   MWRE-A   1919     47
       The constant-elevation free-balloon flights from Fort Omaha 535 538
1598   High lights of air travel       MWRE-A   1919     47        540
1599                                    British 1919
       The trans-Atlantic flight of theMWRE-A            47
                                                 dirigible 'r.34' 541 543
1600                                    central 1919
       Relation of clouds to weather inMWRE-A    Ohio    47        567 570
1601                                   MWRE-A
       The prevailing winds of the United States1919     47        575 576
1602                                   MWRE-A   1919     47        580
       Measurements of the solar constant of radiation at Calama,Chile 582
1603                                   MWRE-A
       Taylor's theory of atmospheric turbulence1919     47        703 709
1604                                   MWRE-A   1919     47        748
       Measurements of the solar constant of radiation at Calama,Chile
1605                                   MWRE-A   1919     47        769 793
       Variations in the total and luminous solar radiation with geographical position in the United States
1606                                   MWRE-A   1919
       A new instrument for measuring sky radiation      47        795 799
1607                                   rain and 1919
       Nitrogen and other compounds in MWRE-A    snow    47        807
1608                                   MWRE-A
       A bundle of meteorological paradoxes     1919     47        876
1609                                   MWRE-A
       The nitrogen compounds in rain and snow 1919      47        878
1610                                   MWRE-A   1919     47         the
       The effect of a lid on the temperature and transparency of 880 lower air
1611                                   MWRE-A   1919
       Dust storm at Salt Lake City April 4, 1919        47        881
1612                                   of the   1919
       Notes on weather in other parts MWRE-A world      47        887
1613                                   MWRE-A   1920     48        1     11
       Average free-air conditions as observed by means of kites at Drexel Aerological Station, Nebr., during the period
1614   Sunshine in the United States MWRE-A     1920     48        12    17
1615                                    radiations and their importance to climatology and biology and also to geophysics
       On observations of solar and skyMWRE-A   1920     48        18    24
1616   Smoke formations in air drainageMWRE-A   1920     48        24    25
1617                                   blue color of the 48
       Light scattering by air and the MWRE-A   1920      sky      220
1618   Humidity and hot weather        MWRE-A   1920     48        277 280
1619                                   at Madison, Wis., 48
       Measurements of solar radiation MWRE-A   1920                callendar pyrheliometer
                                                          with the 338 343
1620                                   MWRE-A   1920     48
       Some characteristics of the callendar pyrheliometer         344 347
1621                                   MWRE-A   1920     48        348 351
       Suggestions concerning Dr. C.G.Abbot's program for four world observatories for the observation of extraterrestria
1622                                   MWRE-A   1920
       The blue sky and the optical properties of air    48       353 354
1623                                    in wind 1920
       A smoke arch marking an increaseMWRE-A            48       399
1624                                   MWRE-A
       Occurence of ozone in the atmosphere     1920     48       414
1625   Cumulus cloud over fire         MWRE-A   1920     48       458
1626   Color of the night sky          MWRE-A   1920     48       468
1627                                   MWRE-A   cold     48
       The relation of telescopic definition to 1920 waves        511
1628                                   MWRE-A
       The great cyclone of mid-February,1919   1920     48       582 586
1629   The light from the sky          MWRE-A   1920     48       600
1630                                   MWRE-A   1920
       Flying weather in the southern plains states      48       627 633
1631                                   MWRE-A
       Atmospheric environment and health       1920     48       687 692
1632                                   MWRE-A
       Certain relative insolation values       1920     48       708
1633                                   MWRE-A   1921
       Balloon racing-a game of practical meteorology    49       6     7
1634                                   MWRE-A   1921     49       8
       Meteorological aspects of the international balloon race of 1920 10
1635                                   MWRE-A   1921
       Dust cloud over Drexel,Nebr., January 15,1921     49       16    17
1636   Brightness of the unclouded sky MWRE-A   1921     49       26    27
1637                                   MWRE-A   1921      radiation, and the amount and kind of clouds
       On the relation between the nightly outgoing heat 49       93    94
1638                                    sun and 1921
       Registration of the intensity ofMWRE-A             sky radiation 138
                                                diffused 49       135
1639   Atmospheric pollution           MWRE-A   1921     49       159 160
1640                                   MWRE-A   1921     49
       Meteorological apsects of the national balloon race, 1921 335 339
1641                                   MWRE-A
       Visibility and weather forecasting       1921     49       352
1642                                    snow
       Substances dissolved in rain andMWRE-A   1921     49       404 405
1643                                   MWRE-A
       Extraordinary dust storm in North Dakota 1921     49       411 412
1644                                   MWRE-A   measurements
       Sky-brightness and daylight-illumination 1921     49       481 488
1645                                   MWRE-A   1921
       Some characteristics of United States temperatures49       595 606
1646                                   MWRE-A   1921     49       606 608
       On the depressions observed in the values of solar radiation intensity
1647                                   MWRE-A
       Dust spiral near Flagstaff, Arizona      1922     50       68    69
1648                                    solar   1922     50       92
       Observations of polarization andMWRE-A radiation on Mont Blanc
1649                                   MWRE-A   1922
       An aerological survey of the United States        50       229 241
1650                                   MWRE-A   1922     50       245 250
       The meteorological aspects of the thirteenth national balloon race
1651   Dust over the North Atlantic    MWRE-A   1922     50       301
1652   On dust-raising winds           MWRE-A   1922     50       369
1653                                   MWRE-A
       Progress in radiation measurements       1922     50       515 521
1654                                   the United States 50
       Note on atmospheric humidity in MWRE-A   1922              575 581
1655                                   MWRE-A   1922     50        surfaces
       Daylight illumination on horizontal, vertical, and sloping 615 628
1656                                   MWRE-A   1922
       Average free-air winds at Lansing, Michigan       50       642 646
1657                                   MWRE-A   1923     51        cyclones and anticyclones passing over Davenport, Iowa
       A statistical study of surface and upper-air conditions in 55    68
1658                                   MWRE-A
       Values of the solar constant, 1920-1922 1923      51       71    81
1659                                   MWRE-A    1923
       Dense fog in the tri-cities on November 3,1922    51        81    82
1660                                     York    1923
       Temperature and mortality in NewMWRE-A City       51        85    86
1661                                   terrestrial weather
       Solar radiation intensities and MWRE-A    1923    51        186 188
1662                                   MWRE-A    1923    51
       A new form of thermoelectric recording pyreheliometer       239 242
1663                                     winds
       City planning and the prevailingMWRE-A    1923    51        309 310
1664                                   MWRE-A
       Fata morgana on the Nagyhortobagy         1923    51        312 313
1665                                     race    1923    51        356 358
       The national elimination balloonMWRE-A from Indianapolis, Ind., July 4, 1923
1666                                     protection from frost
       Efficiency of smoke screens as aMWRE-A    1923    51        396 399
1667                                   MWRE-A
       The winds of Oklahoma and east Texas      1923    51        448 455
1668                                   MWRE-A
       The anticyclone of September 12-18,1923 1923      51        455 456
1669                                   MWRE-A    1923
       Meeting of the commission for radiation researches51        526 528
1670                                   hope to 1924
       The balloon project and what we MWRE-A accomplish 52        27    29
1671                                   MWRE-A    1924
       Dust storms of northern Idaho and western Montana 52        110
1672                                   MWRE-A    atmosphere
       Investigation of the dust content of the 1924     52        133 139
1673                                   the air 1924      52        139 141
       Note on organic bodies found in MWRE-A of Washington and London
1674                                   a preliminary note
       The dust fall of March 19,1924: MWRE-A    1924    52        141
1675                                   MWRE-A    1924    52        153 157
       The frequency of winds of different speeds at flying levels between New York and Chicago: a further analysis of th
1676                                     radiation and atmospheric 157 160
       Results of measurements of solarMWRE-A    1924    52         turbidity over the Atlantic Ocean and in Argentina - pr
1677                                   MWRE-A    1924     Switzerland
       The physical-meteorological observatory at Davos, 52        160
1678                                   the total and partial intensities of solar radiation
       On a simple method of recording MWRE-A    1924    52        299 301
1679                                   MWRE-A
       Intercomparison of pyreheliometers        1924    52        302
1680                                   MWRE-A    United States
       The distribution of thunderstorms in the 1924     52        337 343
1681   Solar and terrestrial radiation MWRE-A    1924    52        397
1682                                   MWRE-A    1924    52        473 479
       Records of total and solar radiation intensity and their relation to daylight intensity
1683   Twilight phenomena on Mont BlancMWRE-A    1924    52        540 541
1684                                   MWRE-A    1924    52        580   restricted spectral regions
       Dorno on the technique of the measurement of solar radiation in 581
1685                                   MWRE-A
       Average free-air winds at Lansing, Mich. 1925     53        16    17
1686                                     intensity, and their relation to daylight intensity - a correction
       Records of total solar radiationMWRE-A    1925    53        20
1687   Coronas and iridescent clouds   MWRE-A    1925    53        49    58
1688                                   MWRE-A    1925
       A remarkable two-theodolite pilot balloon series 53         68    70
1689                                   MWRE-A    free-balloon flights
       An account and analysis of the Meisinger 1925     53        99    107
1690                                   MWRE-A    1925    53        112 115
       Energy distribution in the visible spectrum of sunlight and skylight
1691                                   MWRE-A    1925    53        147
       Effect of local smoke on visibility and solar radiation intensities
1692                                   MWRE-A    atmosphere
       Investigation of the dust content of the 1925     53        243 246
1693                                   MWRE-A    1925     derived values of the solar constant
       On the question of day-to-day fluctuations in the 53        285 303
1694                                   MWRE-A
       Smithsonian solar-constant values         1925    53        303 306
1695                                   MWRE-A    1925    53        337 343
       An analysis of some free-air observations in their relation to precipitation
1696                                   radiation data
       A statistical analysis of solar MWRE-A    1925     53       343 348
1697                                   MWRE-A    1925     53
       Daylight illumination on a sloping surface: a correction 448
1698                                   MWRE-A    1925
       Fluctuations in the values of the solar constant 53         519 521
1699   Solar variations                MWRE-A    1925     53       522 528
1700                                   Washington, D.C., 54 Jan.16,1926
       A study of the smoke cloud over MWRE-A    1926      on      19    20
1701                                   of Virginia
       Thomas Jefferson on the climate MWRE-A    1926     54       108 109
1702                                     race    1926      Rock, Ark., April 29, 1926
       The national elimination balloonMWRE-A from Little 54       165
1703                                   MWRE-A    1926     54       191 194
       A new proof of the variability of the sun, based on Mount Wilson observations
1704                                   MWRE-A    1926     54       195 213
       A summary of aerological observations made in well-pronounced highs and lows
1705                                   MWRE-A
       Solar and terrestrial relationships       1926     54       214 215
1706                                   commission on solar radiation at Davos August 31 to September 2,1925
       Conference of the international MWRE-A    1926     54       255 256
1707   Solarimeters and solarigraphs   MWRE-A    1926     54       381 384
1708                                   MWRE-A
       A. Angstrom on radiation and climate      1926     54       417 419
1709                                     at Ellendale, N. 54
       Horizontal ground day visibilityMWRE-A    1926      Dak.    420 423
1710   Substances in rains and snows   MWRE-A    1926     54       424
1711                                   MWRE-A    1926     54
       A. Angstrom on the albedo of various surfaces of ground     453
1712   More blood rain                 MWRE-A    1926     54       465 466
1713                                   and their interpretation 49
       Measurements of solar radiation MWRE-A    1927     55             55
1714                                   intensity and determination of its depletion by the atmosphere with bibliography o
       Measurements of solar radiation MWRE-A    1927     55       155 169
1715                                     north   1927
       The northeast trade winds of theMWRE-A Pacific     55       211 226
1716   Blue-sky measurements           MWRE-A    1927     55       235 236
1717                                   MWRE-A    1927     55       308 312
       Monthly charts of frequency-resultant winds in the United States
1718                                   MWRE-A
       Weather and corn maturity in Iowa         1927     55       485 488
1719                                     solarimeters with pyrheliometric tubes
       Some results obtained by testingMWRE-A    1927     55       488 490
1720   Of the unit of radiation        MWRE-A    1927     55       491 492
1721                                   MWRE-A    1927     55       493 494
       Meteorological aspects of the international balloon race, from Detroit, Mich., September 10, 1927
1722                                   MWRE-A
       The climate of southeastern Pennsylvania 1928      56       35    40
1723                                   MWRE-A    1928     56       47    53
       An analysis of the Madison, Wis., aerological data, with an application of the Bjerknes theory
1724                                   MWRE-A    1928     56       108
       Doctor Dorno retires from the Davos meteorological-physical observatory
1725                                   Germany 1928        to      179 180
       Solar radiation in middle north MWRE-A according 56 measurements at Potsdam
1726                                   MWRE-A    spring of 1928
       High intensity of solar radiation in the 1928      56       185 186
1727   The measurement of sky coloring MWRE-A    1928     56       224 225
1728                                   MWRE-A
       Blue-sky measurements at Washington, D.C. 1928     56       225 226
1729   Dense fogs at Lincoln, Nebr.    MWRE-A    1928     56       275 277
1730                                   MWRE-A    1928     56       393   on
       Amount of solar radiation that reaches the surface of the earth 398 the land and on the sea, and methods by which i
1731                                   MWRE-A    1928     56
       Fog and haze, their causes, distribution, and forecasting 435 468
1732                                   MWRE-A    Washington, D.C. 18
       A dense smoke cloud on January 3,1929 at 1929      57             21
1733                                    diffused radiation of the 52
       A simple method of measuring theMWRE-A   1929     57             54
                                                                   sky according to zones
1734                                   MWRE-A   1929      the solar radiation at Dasvos
       Dorno on daily, yearly, and secular variations of 57       54    56
1735                                   relation 1929
       Fowle on atmospheric ozone: its MWRE-A            57        terrestrial phenomena
                                                to some solar and 58
1736                                   MWRE-A   study
       Angstrom on recording solar radiation: a 1929 of 57        98    climate of the surroundings of Stockholm
                                                          the radiation 99
1737                                   MWRE-A   1929     57       231 238
       Sounding-balloon observations made at Groesbeck, Tex., during the international month, October,1927
1738                                   temperature
       Effect of clouds on the surface MWRE-A   1929     57       247 248
1739                                    sun
       Radiation and temperature of theMWRE-A   1929     57       412 417
1740                                   MWRE-A   1929      and relative humidities
       A correlation between solar radiation intensities 57       464 468
1741                                   MWRE-A   1929     57       471 472
       Utilization of fixed searchlights in measuring cloud heights
1742                                   intensity and determinations of 52
       Measurements of solar radiation MWRE-A   1930     58       43    its depletion by the atmosphere
1743                                   MWRE-A   cover
       The measurements of the albedo of a snow 1930     58       59    61
1744   Dust fall at Portland, Oreg.    MWRE-A   1930     58       67
1745                                   MWRE-A   1930     58
       Severe dust storms over Idaho, Washington, and Oregon      117
1746                                   MWRE-A   1930
       Ceiling and visibility in the United States       58       198 204
1747                                   MWRE-A
       Average visibility at Chicago airport    1930     58       204
1748                                   of surfaces
       Reflectivity of different kinds MWRE-A   1930     58       280 282
1749                                   MWRE-A   1930     58
       City smoke and heat effects on minimum temperatures        330 331
1750                                   MWRE-A
       Measurements of visibility at Danzig     1930     58       439 444
1751                                   MWRE-A   1931     59       76    77
       Pyranometer records assist in distinguishing between haze and clouds
1752   A field albedometer             MWRE-A   1931     59       118
1753                                   MWRE-A   1931     59
       Solar radiation intensities within the Artic Circle        154 157
1754                                   MWRE-A   1931     59       187
       The radiation conference at Berlin and Potsdam, Feb. 23-26,1931 188
1755                                   MWRE-A   1931     59       272
       Diminishing winter radiation from sun and sky at Madison, Wis. 274
1756                                   MWRE-A   1931     59        during the international month, December, 1929
       Sounding-balloon observations made at Broken Arrow, Okla., 297 309
1757                                   MWRE-A   1931     59
       Investigations of the dust content of the atmosphere       349 352
1758                                   MWRE-A   1931
       Solar radiation as a meteorological factor        59       472 479
1759                                    cyclones and anticyclones 6in the United States
       Relative frequency of centers ofMWRE-A   1932     60             ll
1760                                    third   1932     60       11
       International research council -MWRE-A report of the commission appointed to further the study of solar and terres
1761                                   MWRE-A   1932     60       12    22
       Sounding-balloon observations made at Royal Center Ind. during the international month February 1931
1762                                   MWRE-A   Tucson, Ariz.
       Twenty-nine months of solar radiation at 1932     60       237 242
1763                                    radiation
       Changes in the solar constant ofMWRE-A   1932     60       242 246
1764                                   MWRE-A   1933      solar radiation received is a constant
       The magnitude of the error in measurements of the 61       4
1765                                   MWRE-A   1933     61       17
       The dust storm of January 22 1933 over sections of Illinois Indiana and Michigan
1766                                   MWRE-A
       Raininess charts of the United States    1933     61       44    45
1767                                   MWRE-A   1933      of      61    80
       The diurnal variation of free-air temperature and 61 the temperature lapse rate.
1768                                   MWRE-A   1933     61        depletion of solar radiation
       The use of glass color screens in the study of atmospheric 80    83
1769                                   MWRE-A   1933
       An unusual Texas duststorm, March 24-25, 1933     61       113 114
1770                                   MWRE-A    1933
       Haze condition at New Orleans, La., May 5-9, 1933 61         114
1771                                    rains    1933     61        141 142
       Analysis of the precipitation ofMWRE-A and snows at Mount Vernon, Iowa
1772                                   MWRE-A    1933
       Mountain and valley atmospheric-dust measurements 61         169
1773                                   MWRE-A    the       Hill Meteorological observatory of Harvard University during the
       Solar radiation measurements obtained at 1933 Blue 61        230 232
1774                                    the Oklahoma City area, 1920-1931, inclusive
       Fog formation and dissipation inMWRE-A    1933     61        267 269
1775                                    United 1933       61        272
       Unusual haze conditions over theMWRE-A States and the Carribean Sea in 1933
1776                                   clouds
       An aid in locating and studying MWRE-A    1933     61        302 303
1777                                   MWRE-A
       The north American high level anticyclone 1933     61        321 325
1778                                   ground    1934     62
       Atmospheric ionization near the MWRE-A during thunderstorms  1     4
1779                                   12, 1933 1931
       The great duststorm of November MWRE-A             62        12    13
1780                                   1933
       The dustfall of November 12-13, MWRE-A    1934     62        14    15
1781                                   MWRE-A    1934     62        90
       Analyses of the precipitations at Mount Vernon, Iowa,for 1932-33   91
1782                                   MWRE-A    dust-cloud which passed over Washington, D.C., May 11, 1934
       The character and magnitude of the dense 1934      62        156 157
1783                                   MWRE-A    a program of air-mass analysis by observations made during flight
       How a commerical pilot may contribute to 1934      62        157 159
1784                                   MWRE-A    1934     62
       A statistical analysis of fogs at Greensboro, N.C.,Airport 159 162
1785                                   MWRE-A    1934
       Dust storm of April 12, 1934, Baton Rouge, LA.     62        162 163
1786                                    rains    1934     62        163 164
       Analysis of the precipitation ofMWRE-A and snows at Mount Vernon, Iowa
1787                                   MWRE-A    1934
       Some observations of the sun through a dust storm 62         201 202
1788                                   MWRE-A
       Total solar radiation at New Orleans, LA. 1934     62        281 286
1789                                   MWRE-A    1934
       The critical period of corn in northeastern Kansas 62        286 289
1790                                   MWRE-A    1934
       Diurnal variation in the dew-point temperature at 62         289 293
                                                           Asheville,N.C.
1791                                   MWRE-A    from     62        330 333
       Turbidity and water vapor determinations 1934 solar radiation measurements at Blue Hill, and relations to air-mass
1792                                   MWRE-A    1934     62        397 402
       Turbidities of American air masses and conclusions regarding the seasonal variation in atmospheric dust content
1793                                   MWRE-A    1934     62
       Observations of condensation-nuclei in the atmosphere        442 445
1794                                   MWRE-A    and       mishaps in Greensboro, N.C.
       Relation between visibility restrictions 1934 auto 62        453 454
1795                                   MWRE-A    1935     63
       The principles underlying the choice of visibility marks 17        19
1796                                   MWRE-A
       Dust storms, November 1933 to May 1934    1935     63        53    55
1797                                   MWRE-A    Nashville, Tenn. 55
       Effects of local smoke on the climate of 1935      63              57
1798                                   MWRE-A    1935     63        92    93
       Solar radiation at the Scripps Institute, La Jolla, Calif., 1928-1934
1799                                   MWRE-A    1935     63
       Analyses of rains and snows at Mount Vernon, Iowa, 1934-1935 162 163
1800                                   MWRE-A    at Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory
       Preliminary measurements of ultra-violet 1935      63        221 222
1801                                    height 1936       64        14
       The diurnal variation in ceilingMWRE-A beneath stratus clouds 16
1802                                   MWRE-A    1936     64        86
       Meteorological history of the brown snowfall of February, 1936 87
1803                                    1936     the      64
       Duststorms of February and MarchMWRE-A in 1936 United States 87    88
1804                                   and the 1936        of        continental air
       Cooling in the lower atmosphere MWRE-A structure 64 polar 122 136
1805                                    April    1936
       Duststorms in the United States,MWRE-A 1936        64        137
1806                                   MWRE-A    1936
       Dust storms of May 1936 in the United States       64        176
1807                                   MWRE-A
       Duststorms in the southwestern plains area1936    64        195 199
1808                                    June     1936
       Duststorms in the United States,MWRE-A 1936       64        206
1809                                   MWRE-A    1936    64
       Analysis of rains and snows at Mount Vernon, Iowa,1935-36 231
1810                                   MWRE-A    1936
       Duststorms of July 1936 in the United States      64        239
1811                                   MWRE-A    1936    64        259 264
       Physical factors affecting the visibility of small smoke columns
1812                                   MWRE-A    1936    64        319
       Methods of evaluating ultra-violet radiation in absolute units 321
1813                                   MWRE-A    1936    64
       Duststorms of August-December 1936 in the United States     429
1814                                    in the 1937      65        46   54
       Temperature and rainfall changesMWRE-A United States during the past 40 years
1815                                    Mount    1937    65
       Total solar and sky radiation onMWRE-A Washington, N.H.     97   99
1816                                    vapor    1937    65        102  and
       Absorption of radiation by waterMWRE-A as determined by Hettner 104 by Weber and Randall.
1817                                    atmospheric chlorides
       Preliminary report on a study ofMWRE-A    1937    65        147 151
1818                                    in the 1937      65
       Duststorms of January-April 1937MWRE-A United States        151 152
1819   Formation of polar anticyclones MWRE-A    1937    65        229 236
1820                                   MWRE-A
       The greenhouse effect of volcanic dust    1937    65        261 262
1821                                   MWRE-A    1937    65
       Analyses of rains and snows at Mount Vernon, Iowa, 1936-1937270 271
1822                                    publications
       Serial numbers of weather bureauMWRE-A    1937    65        359 363
1823                                   MWRE-A    1937    65        364 366
       Further observations on the North American high-level anticyclone
1824                                   MWRE-A
       A curious photographic cloud effect       1937    65        387
1825                                    South    1938
       Temperature changes in North andMWRE-A Carolina 66          70   73
1826                                   MWRE-A    1938    66        175 178
       New values for the infrared absorption coefficient of atmospheric water vapor
1827                                   MWRE-A    1938    66
       Analysis of rains and snows at Mount Vernon, Iowa, 1937-38 213
1828                                    winds    1938     pressure 267 temperature fields
       A practical method for computingMWRE-A aloft from 66         and 274
1829                                   MWRE-A
       The duration and intensity of twilight    1938    66        279 286
1830                                   MWRE-A    1938    66         the 375
       Sounding-balloon observations made at Ohmaha Nebr. during 369 international months June 1935 November 1936   and A
1831                                   MWRE-A    1938    66        376 377
       Distribution of air-mass types and frequency of change in the western United States during 1937-1938
1832                                   MWRE-A    1938
       West Indian disturbance of November 6-10,1938     66        378
1833                                    States 1939
       Duststorms of 1938 in the UnitedMWRE-A            67        12   15
1834                                    Detroit, Mich. 67
       Airport and city temperatures atMWRE-A    1939              99
1835                                    of the 1939      67
       Annual rainfall variability mapsMWRE-A United States        201 204
1836                                   MWRE-A    1939
       Further studies of American air-mass properties 67          204 218
1837                                   MWRE-A
       On the dissipation of tall cumulus clouds 1939    67        294 296
1838                                    States 1939
       Duststorms of 1939 in the UnitedMWRE-A            67        446 451
1839                                   MWRE-A
       Filter measurements of solar radiation    1940    68        74
1840                                    Omaha,Nebr., during the international months July 1938 and April 1939
       Sounding-balloon observations atMWRE-A    1940    68        125 129
1841                                   MWRE-A    1940    68        181 185
       Night radiation and unusual minimum temperatures near New Orleans, La.
1842                                   MWRE-A
       Radiative cooling in the lower atmosphere 1940    68        185 188
1843                                   MWRE-A    sea
       Wind force and exceptional visibility at 1940     68        211 213
1844                                   MWRE-A    from    68       271 272
       On the practical determination of height 1940 upper-air data
1845   Average daily air mass          MWRE-A    1940    68       301 303
1846                                   MWRE-A    1941     the infrared emission of the atmosphere
       A heat radiation telescope and the measurement of 69       1     5
1847                                    radiation measurements in 95
       A summary of total solar and skyMWRE-A    1941    69             125
                                                                   the United States
1848                                   MWRE-A    1941     atmosphere
       Daily solar radiant energy at the exterior of the 69       45
1849                                   MWRE-A    1941
       The characteristics of the Eppley pyrheliometer 69         146 148
1850                                   MWRE-A    1941     for pollution 260
       Automatic dust sampling and analyzing instruments 69       257    surveys
1851                                   MWRE-A    1942
       Observations of radiation penetration through snow70       23    25
1852                                   MWRE-A    1942    70       43    48
       Summary of the intensity and spectral distribution of solar radiation at New Orleans 1931-40, inclusive
1853   A study of atmospheric pollutionMWRE-A    1942    70       225 234
1854                                   MWRE-A    1943    71       65    69
       Simultaneous pyreheliometric measurements at different heights on Mount Washington, N.H.
1855                                   MWRE-A
       Forecasting radiation fog at Elkins, W.Va.1950    78       75    80
1856                                   Canadian 1950
       The widespread smoke layer from MWRE-A            78       180 184
                                                 forest fires during late September 1950
1857                                   MWRE-A    1951    79       39    42
       Blocking action over the northeast during the latter half of February 1951
1858                                    May 16-20,1951 79
       The east coast backdoor front ofMWRE-A    1951             100 105
1859                                   MWRE-A    1951
       Some characteristics of the Eppley pyreheliometer 79       153 159
1860                                   north     1953    81       67    73
       Blocking highs over the eastern MWRE-A Atlantic Ocean and western Europe
1861                                   MWRE-A    1953    81
       The distribution of summer showers over small areas        111 114
1862                                   MWRE-A    Oak     81
       A study of low level air trajectories at 1953 Ridge, Tenn. 179 182
1863                                   MWRE-A    1953    81       193    of
       Normal monthly change in sea level pressure and in the gradient 194 effective solar radiation
1864                                   MWRE-A
       The weather and circulation of August 19531953    81       246 254
1865                                   MWRE-A
       Computing insolation by empirical methods 1953    81       330 331
1866                                   MWRE-A    1953    81       332 335
       Comparative local noon temperature and humidity data for the United States
1867                                   MWRE-A    1954    82       141
       Insolation as an empirical function of daily sunshine duration 146
1868                                   amount
       Insolation in relation to cloud MWRE-A    1954    82       317 319
1869                                   MWRE-A    1954     of      320 334
       Trajectory method of making short-range forecasts 82 differential temperature advection, instability and moisture
1870                                   MWRE-A    1955     moving class interval
       Note on the measurement of forecast skill using a 83       11    12
1871                                   MWRE-A    1955    83       132 133
1872                                   MWRE-A    skill   83       139 142
       A graphical solution of the conventional 1955 score involving two categories
1873                                    in the 1955      83        significantly since the beginning of the twentieth cent
       Has the amount of carbon dioxideMWRE-A atmosphere changed 225 231
1874                                    occurrence in southeast Arkansas
       Dust spheres - A report on theirMWRE-A    1955    83       265 266
1875                                   MWRE-A    1955    83
       A simultaneous Lagrangian-Eulerian turbulence experiment 293 301
1876                                   temperature observations in upper-air analysis
       The use of surface pressure and MWRE-A    1957    85       69    82
1877                                   MWRE-A    1957    85       279    and
       Vertical displacements of air parcels during strong convergence 281 heavy precipitation
1878                                    maximum 1958
       Application of radiation data toMWRE-A            86       149 164
                                                 temperature forecasting
1879                                    tropical storms 86
       The birthplace of North AtlanticMWRE-A    1958             397 404
1880                                   MWRE-A
       The Mauna Loa high-altitude observatory 1959      87       1     14
1881                                   at Athens, Greece 87
       Solar energy and sunshine hours MWRE-A    1959              29    32
1882                                   MWRE-A
       A note on visibility at Sacramento, Calif.1959    87        148 152
1883                                    horizontal trajectories in the 195
       A graphical method for computingMWRE-A    1959    87        188    atmosphere
1884                                    June     1959
       Tinted rain at Dunstable, Mass.,MWRE-A 6, 1959    87        238
1885                                   MWRE-A
       Forecasting air pollution potential       1960    88        88    96
1886                                   MWRE-A    1960    88
       Remarks on the optimum spacing of upper-air observations 97       100
1887                                   MWRE-A    1960    88        235 248
       Analysis of some preliminary low-level constant level balloon (tetroon) flights
1888                                   MWRE-A    1961    89        273 283
       Estimation of vertical air motions in desert terrain from tetroon flights
1889                                   MWRE-A    1961    89        289 296
       Tropospheric ozone: an air pollution problem arising in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area
1890                                   MWRE-A    1961    89         dry 410
       A comparison of methods for computing daily mean values of 401 bulb temperature, dew point, and relative humidity
1891                                   MWRE-A
       The Nashville daily air pollution forecast1961    89        477 481
1892                                    heat     1961    89        503
       On the radiative equilibrium andMWRE-A balance of the atmosphere 532
1893                                   MWRE-A    United States
       Sunshine-cloudiness relationships in the 1961     89        543 548
1894                                   MWRE-A    1962
       Higher-order geostrophic wind approximations      90        175 185
1895                                   MWRE-A
       Atmospheric dispersion over Chesapeake Bay1962    90        217 224
1896                                   MWRE-A    1962    90        245 251
       The influence of inertial instability upon transonde trajectories and some forecast implications
1897                                   MWRE-A    1962    90        263 270
       On the use of tetroons for the estimation of atmospheric dispersion on the mesoscale
1898                                   MWRE-A    1962    90        385 390
       A method of integrating a radiometer output for climatological studies
1899                                    of probability forecasts 479 482
       Note on the measurement of skillMWRE-A    1962    90
1900                                   statistics from weather radar using tetroons and radar transponders
       Air trajectories and turbulence MWRE-A    1962    90        491 506
1901                                   MWRE-A    over     Angeles, 387 392
       Some observed low-level air trajectories 1963 Los 91         Calif
1902                                   MWRE-A    1964    92        23    32
       Semi-objective forecasting of atmospheric stagnation in the Western United States
1903                                   MWRE-A    1964     of       195 201
       A synoptic characterization of the thermal nature 92 the earth's atmosphere
1904                                   MWRE-A    1964    92
       Albedo measurements over the northeastern United States     223 234
1905                                    depths 1964      92        235 242
       Estimates of mean maximum mixingMWRE-A in the contiguous United States
1906                                   MWRE-A    1964    92        283 286
       Satellite photographs of convective clouds and their relation to the vertical wind shear
1907                                    that     1964    92
       A study of Martian yellow cloudsMWRE-A display movement     435 440
1908                                   MWRE-A    1964     dynamics 465 the planetary boundary layer
       Use of tetroons to investigate the kinematics and 92         of   470
1909                                   in air    1964    92        471
       Comparison of long-term changes MWRE-A and soil temperatures at 473Urbana,Illinois
1910                                   MWRE-A    the     92        543 564
       Study of a continental surface albedo on 1962 basis of flight measurements and structure of the earth's surface cov
1911   A new turbidimeter              MWRE-A    1914    42        167
1912                                   MWRE-A
       Continuous pictures of the weather        1914    42        169 170
1913                                   RSEE-A    1980    9         115 129
       Atmospheric effects on radiometric imaging under low optical thickness conditions
1914                                   SCAM-A
       The solution of the four-color-map problem1977    237       108 121
1915                                   ANYA-A    1979    322       57
       Characterization of aerosols upwind of New York City: I. Transport72
1916                                   ANYA-A    1979    322
       A discussion of the New York summer aerosol study, 1976     153 165
1917                                   SCIE-A    1980    208
       Precipitation chemistry patterns: a two-network data set 1143 1145
1918                                   JCIS-A   1980
       Coagulation of aerosols by brownian motion        73        244 247
1919                                   AICE-A   1979     25        831 838
       Calculation of sulfate and nitrate levels in a growing, reacting aerosol
1920                                   SCAM-A
       Nighttime images of the earth from space 1978     239       86    92
1921   The preservation of stone       SCAM-A   1978     238       126 138
1922                                    reaction with 14C labeled 1209 1212
       Aerosol acidity determination byATEN-B   1979     13         amine
1923                                   ATEN-B   1979      the Labadie power plant plume
       Lidar observations of the density and behavior of 13        1395 1412
1924                                   CRAU-A   1944     43        102 106
       Diffusion of light through scattering medium of large optical thickness
1925                                    auf das 1931
       Der einfluss der bodenoberflacheBEGO-A            34
                                                 lichtklima        123 130
1926                                   PRLA-A   1948      aerosols.
       The physical investigation of certain hygroscopic 195       13    33
1927                                   CJRE-A
       Veiling glare in aerial photography      1948     A27       130 142
1928                                   PPSA-A   1950     B63        a    369
       Note on the brightness profile and photometric contrast of 364test-object having small angular dimensions and silho
1929                                   JCIS-A   1946     1         79    91
       Monodispersed hydrophobic colloidal dispersions and light scattering properties. II. Total scattering from transm
1930                                   ROTI-A   1949     28         vision et l'inhibition nerveuse en vision liminaire
       Les theories photochimiques classiques et quantiques de la 453 478
1931                                   ZMET-A
       Untersuchungen am Wigandschen Sichtmesser1931     48        36    41
1932   Searchlight testing             GERE-A   1919     22        668 675
1933                                   GERE-A    22,     29        873 879
       Studies in the projection of light, Part 1926 Influence of atmosphere on the beam characteristics of the high-inten
1934                                   QJRM-A   1930     56              29
       The physical conditions controlling visibility through the 1atmosphere
1935   A visibility meter              JSIN-A   1931     8         122 126
1936                                   QJRM-A   1932     58        259 271
       The visual range of lights at night and its relation to the visual range of ordinary objects by day.
1937                                   ILLE-A   1933     26        75    80
       The effect of the spectral transmission of the atmosphere upon visibility by artificial light
1938                                   QJRM-A   1935     61
       Further conclusions concerning visibility by day and night 179 188
1939                                   ERDF-B   1932     7         107
       Sichtmessungen wahrend der Abenddammerung mit einem wigandschen 110stufensichtmesser
1940   Ein objektiver Sichtmesser      PHZF-A   1934     35        177 179
1941                                   of the   1949     26
       Instruments for the measurement JSIN-A visual range         357 359
1942                                   VGIL-F   1933     6
       Einfluss der grosstadttrubung auf sict and sonnenstrahlung 71     119
1943                                    eye
       Contrast thresholds of the humanJOSA-A   1946     36        624 643
1944                                   breves    la limite de leur 530 550
       Sur la perception des lumbieres JOPQ-A a 1911     1          portee
1945                                   TGOB-A
       Range of visibility of actual objects    1950     19        14    24
1946                                   BAMI-A   1940      nuclei and haze
       A photoelectric study of atmospheric condensation 21        391 396
1947                                    chromaticity and 39
       Visual sensitivities to combinedJOSA-A   1949               808 834
                                                          luminance differences
1948                                   JAGR-A   1938      by       259 268
       Factors influencing the discovery of forest fires 56 lookout observers
1949                                   JAGR-A   1935     51        907 918
       The effect of direction of illumination upon the visibility of a smoke column
1950                                   OPTK-A
       Die streuung des lichtes in truber luft 1947      2         301 325
1951                                   ZMET-A
       Beitrag zur theorie der schragsicht      1948     2         106 110
1952                                   JOSA-A   1935     25        388 392
       Visibility photometers for measuring atmospheric transparency
1953   A plains haze meter             JFOR-A   1940     38        401 403
1954                                   haze
       The polarization of atmospheric SCIE-A   1941     94        192 193
1955                                     photography
       Brightness of fine detail in airJOSA-A    1951     41       305 310
1956                                   JOSA-A    1949     39       515   of
       A photoelectric method of measuring the atmospheric attenuation 521 brightness contrast along a horizontal path for
1957                                   JOSA-A    1948     38        objects
       A comparison of computed and experimental detection ranges 250 253 viewed with telescopic systems from aboard ship
1958                                   ANPY-A    1919     59       689 742
       Die vertikale verteilung der kondensationskerne in der freien atmosphare.
1959                                   JSIN-A    1938     15       5     17
       A telephotometer employing the Maxwellian view principle and its use in measuring atmospheric transmission
1960                                   l`atmosphere et la visibilite
       Relation entre l`absorption par CORE-A    1944     218      685 687
1961                                   AGEP-A    1944     1         Realization des mesures
       Absorption et diffusion de la lumiere par l'atmosphere II. 161 164
1962                                   AGEP-A    1946     2        68    85
       Absorption et diffusion de la lumiere par l'atmosphere III. Resultats
1963                                   QJRM-A     of condensation nuclei 26
       The use of spiders' threads in the study 1949      75       23
1964                                   AGEP-A    1944     1        157 160
       Absorption et diffusion de la lumiere par l'atmosphere I. Principe de la methode d'etude
1965                                     Albedo 1922
       Die Lichtdurchlassigkeit und dieBPYA-A Von Nebel 10         202 206
                                                           und Wolken
1966                                   IAGY-A     of natural logs 70
       Study of optical and physical properties 1943      no.2           82
1967                                   et la     1931     13       239
       La transparence de l'atmosphere BDOL-F couleur du ciel (part 5) 255
1968                                   CORE-A     l'atmosphere
       Mesures des coefficients d'absorption de 1933      196      1524 1526
1969                                   JPRA-A    1935
       Propagation de la lumiere dans l'atmosphere        6        49    51
1970                                   JPRA-A     l'atmosphere
       Mesures des coefficients d'absorption de 1935      6        323 328
1971                                   CORE-A    1937
       Transparence de l'air dans les regions arctiques 204        1266 1267
1972                                     III.    1939     10       367 374
       La transparence de l'atmosphere JPRA-A Calcul d'anciennes measures
1973                                     VI. La 1940      1
       La transparence de l'atmosphere JPRA-A brume blanche        41    43
1974                                   et la     1930     12
       La transparence de l'atmosphere BDOL-F couleur du ciel      255 271
1975                                   ACSC-A
       Transparence de l'atmosphere pure         1932     194      1842 1844
1976                                   JOSA-A    1948     38
       The reduction of apparent contrast by the atmosphere        179 191
1977                                   JOSA-A
       The visibility of distant objects         1948     38       237 249
1978                                   KOZE-A    1937     81       129 143
       Uber die brauchbarkeit des mieeffektes zur teilchengrobenbestimmung weiber aerosole insbesondere grobdisperser wei
1979   A long-range telephotometer     ILLE-A    1933     26       80    81
1980                                   AMSA-A
       Uber ein psychophysiches Grundgesetz      1859     4        457 532
1981                                   ZHGF-A    1934     4         properties of air
       An attempt at the photometric investigation of the optical 143 164
1982                                   der nebeltropfen zum studium der koagulation inhomogenen nebels
       Messungen der Grosse and Anzahl BEGO-A    1932     35       295 340
1983                                     bei nact
       Sichtweite bei tag and tragweiteZMET-A    1932     49       134 139
1984   Ein neuer sichtmesser           ZMET-A    1933     50       473 474
1985                                   NWAH-B    1934     22       384 386
       Messungen der spektralen lichtdurchlassigkei naturnebeln mit einem nueun sichtmesser
1986                                   ZMET-A    1935     52
       Uber die spektrale lichtdurchlassigkeit von naturnebeln     458 460
1987                                   JAHS-A    1980     37       2086
       Simple approximations for calculations of absorption in clouds. 2094
1988   Theorie der schragsicht         ZMET-A    1947     1        161 175
1989                                   zur messung der tages and nachtsicht (sichtmesser)
       Uber ein gerat und eine methode ZMET-A    1947     1        330 337
1990                                   ZMET-A     nebel
       Sur meteorologischen optik von dunst and 1950      4        321 329
1991   Sichtbeobachtung-sichtmessung   ZMET-A    1951     5        1     14
1992                                   ZMET-A    1951
       Sur verschlusselung der sichtweite nach dem neuen 5         68    71
                                                          sichtschlussel VV
1993                                    der vertikalen trubungsschi trubungsschichtung der atmosphare aus helligkeitsmes
       Uber eine methode sur bestimmungZMET-A    1946    1         67    73
1994                                   TRSE-A    1840
       On the colour of steam under certain circumstances14        371 374
1995                                   SIPM-A
       The atmospheric scattering of light       1918    69        1     12
1996                                   JOSA-A    1947    37        635 341
       The effect of atmospheric scattering upon the apperance off a dark object against a sky background
1997   Theory of the light field       JMPH-A    1939    18        51    151
1998                                   QJRM-A    1939    65        139 164
       A practical method of determining the visibility number V at night.
1999                                   ZMET-A    1950
       Objective farbmessungen in der meteorologie       4         166 176
2000   Trubung and anomale extinktion HPAC-A     1932    5         336 340
2001                                    dunstextinktion 51
       Die Wellenlangenabbangigkeit derMRZS-A    1934              472 474
2002                                   ASNA-A
       Das gesetz der vergarbung bei diffusion 1935      255       63    64
2003                                    der irdischen atmosphare durch 155 sonnenlicht
       Uber die gesetze der belenchtungBPYA-A    1919    8         120   das
2004                                   JOSA-A    1952    42        226 231
       Angular distribution of intensity of light scattered by large droplets of water.
2005                                   ZHGF-A    1934
       Telephotometer zur messung der lichtschwachung in 4der luft 400 406
2006                                   KOZE-A    1932     aerosolen von 34
       Uber die abhangigkeit der lichtzerstreuung in den 60        24    der grosse der teilchen und der lichtwellenlange
2007                                   MRZS-A    1942    59        395 400
       Uber die atmospharische absorption. Egrebnisse der messungen aur terretrischer basis
2008                                   JOSA-A    1960    50        1313 1320
       Spectral radiance of sky and terrain at wavelengths between 1 and 20 microns. II. Sky measurements
2009                                   PPSA-A    1933
       The visibility of objects in a searchlight beam 45          663 671
2010                                   ASNA-A
       The scattering of light in the atmosphere 1945    85        57    62
2011                                   PTRB-A
       The visual perception of fine detail      1947    232       519 671
2012                                   PNAS-A    1934    20
       A theoretical basis for intensity discrimination in vision 644 655
2013                                   JOSA-A    1947    37        59
       Visula thresholds of steady point sources of light in fields of brightness from dark to daylight
2014                                   JOSA-A    1947    37
       The visibility of lines and squares at high brightness      500 507
2015                                   JOSA-A    1949    39        870 873
       The colors of natural objects and terrains, and their relation to visual color deficiency
2016                                    rayleigh-atmosphare
       Die strahlungsverhaltnisse einerZMET-A    1942    59        313 325
2017                                   PPSA-A    1947    59        560 574
       The recognition of coloured light signals which are near the limit of visibility
2018                                    and achromatic thresholds 574 coloured point sources against a white background
       The measurement of the chromaticPPSA-A    1947    59         of   585
2019                                   dem wigandschen sichtmesser
       Uber exakte sichtbestimmung mit MRZS-A    1933    50        475 476
2020                                   OPTK-A    1946    1         213 226
       Lichstreuung an dielektrischen kugeln vom brechungsexponenten n=4/3
2021                                   JOSA-A
       The fundamentals of glare and visibility 1926     12        271 319
2022                                   field     view    14        1     5
       Action of a light source in the JOSA-A of 1927 in lowering visibility
2023                                   TIES-A
       The recognition of coloured light signals 1941    6         71    97
2024                                   PHRV-A    1931
       The transmission of visible light through fog     38        152 158
2025                                   PHSS-A    1932
       The size and size distribution of fog particles 2           467 475
2026                                   JASC-A    1939    6          clouds and fog
       On the relation between visibility and the constitution of 408 411
2027                                    atmosphere with applications to aviation
       The transmission of light in theJASC-A    1942    9         103 107
2028                                   JOSA-A    1935
       Attenuation of light in the lower atmosphere      25        125 130
2029                                   JOSA-A    altitude 27 28 kilometers
       Observations of a searchlight beam to an 1937       of      377 382
2030   Optics of atmospheric haze      JOSA-A    1941     31       467 476
2031                                   JOSA-A
       Optics of searchlight illumination        1946     36       483 491
2032                                   JOSA-A    1949     39       211
       Night sky brightness measurements in latitudes below 45 degrees 215
2033                                   PHMA-A    1920
       A method and an instrument for the measurement of 39        96    134
                                                           the visibility of objects
2034                                   GBGE-A    1935     46       108
       Ubersattigungsmessungen an atmospharischen kondensationskernen 129
2035                                     of light in gaseous media, with applications to the intensity of sky radiation
       On the scattering and absorptionPTRM-A    1913     212      375 433
2036                                   JOSA-A    1946     36       480   brightness from dark to daylight
       Visual thresholds of steady point sources of light in fields of 482
2037                                   OPTK-A    1949     5        258   und
       Die durchlassigkeit der bodennahen atmosphare im ultravioletten 273 sichtbaren spektralbereich
2038                                   IAGY-A
       Theory of non-horizontal visibility       1943     no.5     247 336
2039                                   QJRM-A
       Note on fog and atmospheric pollution     1947     73       188 190
2040                                     contours of details are blurred
       Perception of contrasts when thePTRE-A    1950     11       333 339
2041                                   JOSA-A    1947      by      531 545
       Size, shape, and contrast in detection of targets 37 day I. data and analytical description
2042                                   JOSA-A    targest by daylight vision II. Frequency of seeing and the quantum theor
       Size, shape and contrast in detection of 1948      38       741 755
2043                                     properties of monodispersed colloid sulfur
       Preparation and light scatteringJCIS-A    1946     1        71    77
2044                                   PHSS-A    navigation
       A study of light signals in aviation and 1931      1        273 317
2045                                   ZMET-A    1943     60       140 141
       Kritische besprechung einiger neuerer euglishcer arbeiten uber das sichtproblem
2046                                   ZMET-A    1943     60       140 141
       Bemerkungen zu den ergebnissen von extinktionsmessungen des lichtes von V. Guth and F. Link
2047                                     strahlungsextinktion trubender 72
       Die wellenlangenabhangigkeit derGBGE-A    1932     37       49    teilchen
2048   Lichtzerstreuung und sicht      ZMET-A    1929     46       49    59
2049                                   ZEPY-A    1929     57       770   luftschichten
       Uber die messungen des zerstreuungskoeffizienten der bodennahen 786
2050                                   ZTPH-A    optischen trubung 73
       Uber ein sichtphotometer zur messung der 1935      16             76
                                                                    der bodennahen luftschicht
2051   Uber die schragsicht            MRZS-A    1935     52       435 438
2052                                   ZAME-B
       Sichtschatzung und luftlichtmessung       1936     53       71    82
2053                                   BPYA-A
       Uber luftlichtmessung im schwarzwald      1936     23       129 142
2054                                   ZMET-A
       Uber die schatzung der sichtweite         1938     55       54    61
2055                                   BPYA-A    1940     27
       Uber die messung des mittleren zerstreuungskoeffizient und 38     48
                                                                    seiner spektralen abhangigkeit auf dem hohen sonnblick
2056                                   bemerkungen des Herrn W. Knowles Middleton
       Erwiderung auf die vorstehenden ZAME-B    1940     57       166 170
2057   Uber die tarnkraft des dunstes LFTW-A     1942     9        258 262
2058                                   LFTW-A    1942     9        349   3000 meter
       Uber die sichtbarkeit von erdzielen in anglughohen von 2000 bis 352
2059                                   PHZF-A
       Uber die lichtzerstreuung im nebel        1944     45       199 205
2060                                   JOSA-A    1942     32
       Visual sensitivities to color differences in daylight       247 274
2061                                   JOSA-A    1943
       Specification of small chromaticity differences 33          18    26
2062                                   PTRM-A    1860     150      57    84
       on the theory of compound colours, and the relations of the colours of the spectrum
2063   Beitrage sur sichtmessung       ZMET-A    1939     56       369 372
2064                                     in optisch truben medien und das sichtweiteproblem
       Die gesetze der lichtausbreitungZMET-A    1944     61       195 199
2065                                     night. 1931
       The measurement of visibility atTRCM-A Part 1. 25           39    48
2066                                    night. 1932
       The measurement of visibility atTRCM-A Part II. 26           25    33
2067                                   ZMET-A    1934     51
       Sichtweite bei mondlicht, sternenlicht, und dammerung        425 526
2068                                   QJRM-A
       Unusually great visual range over Ontario 1935     61        411 416
2069                                   GBGE-A    1935      of       358
       Experiments with a telephotometer, the dependence 44 extinction 375coefficent upon wavelength
2070                                   TRCM-A    1935
       On the colours of distant objects, and the visual 29          coloured
                                                           range of 127 154 objects
2071                                    night; 1936       62        473 480
       The apparent colour of lights atQJRM-A with an observation of blue fog
2072                                   a diffuse boundary
       Photometric discrimination with JOSA-A    1937     27        112 116
2073                                   Herrn     1940     57        165   und
       Bemerkungen zu einer arbeit von ZAME-B Dr. F. Lohle Sichtscha ng 166 luftlichtmessung
2074                                   TRCM-A
       The colours of snowfields in sunlight     1943     37        39    43
2075                                   QJRM-A    1947
       Note on the visual range of white and grey objects 73        456 459
2076   The colors of distant objects   JOSA-A    1950     40        373 376
2077                                   of small 1949
       The apparent colors of surfaces JOSA-A              -        582 592
                                                 subtense 39 a preliminar y report
2078                                   ANPY-A    1908     25        377 445
       Beitrage zur optik truber medien, speziell kolloidaler metallosu ngen
2079                                   by means 1946 searchlight beam to altitudes of up to 55 KM
       Investigation of the atmosphere CRAU-A    of a     54        223 225
2080                                    of the 1946       54        483 486
       Method for optical investigationCRAU-A atmosphere under dayligh t conditions by means of a searchlight beam
2081   Photographic penetration of hazeJOSA-A    1939     26        219 220
2082                                   KOZE-A    1937     81
       Neure arbeiten uber aerosole 1934-1936 (Staub, Rauch, Nebel) 225 234
2083                                   haze
       The polarization of atmospheric SCIE-A    1941     194       485 486
2084   Theories of the color of the skyPHRV-A    1908     26        497 511
2085                                   RAIT-A    1933     8         61
       On the transmissibility of the visible light through a cloud of 100particles (Part III)
2086                                   TIES-A    1916
       Effects of brightness and contrast in vision       11        939 946
2087   The psychophysics of color      JOSA-A    1944     34        245 266
2088   Sea salt and condensation nucleiQJRM-A    1940     66        2
2089                                   MEGI-A    1938     April
       A new method of specifying the visibility distance and the 21      32
                                                                     coefficient of light extinction in the ground stratum a
2090                                   MEGI-A    1939     June
       Application of the etalon of visibility - method no. 4       114 115
2091                                   MEGI-A    1939     Sept.     100 101
       Application of a photometric screen for definition of atmospheric turbidity
2092                                   ZEPY-A    1925
       Uber die helligkeit einer leuchtenden schicht      34        496 498
2093                                   I.
       Lichtelektrische sichtmessungen BEGO-A    1932     35        55    65
2094                                   II.
       Lichtelektrische sichtmessungen BEGO-A    1932     37        271 295
2095                                   III.
       Lichtelektrische sichtmessungen BEGO-A    1933     40        244 267
2096                                   OPTK-A    1946     1         15    41
       Die streufunktion des atmospharischen dunstes nach scheinwerfermessungen
2097                                   size-     1962     12        479 486
       Instrumentation for determining JPCA-A and mass-distribution of submicron aerosols.
2098                                    of atmospheric acidity by 671 673
       Spectrophotometric determinationJPCA-A    1974     24         means of the displacement of the equilibrium of acid-b
2099                                    light
       On the electromagnetic theory ofPHMA-A    1881     12        81    101
2100                                   PHMA-A    1899     47        375 384
       On the transmission of light through an atmosphere containing many small particles in suspension, and on the origi
2101                                   PRLA-A    1910     84        25    46
       The incidence of light upon a transparent sphere of dimensions comparable with the wavelength
2102                                   PRLA-A    1914     90        219
       On the diffraction of light by spheres of small relative index 225
2103                                   die sicht uber dem tempelhofer feld
       Uber den einfluss der stadt auf ERDF-B    1930     1         90
2104                                   CRAU-A    1946
       Tropopause photographing in polarized light.       53        703 705
2105                                   CJRE-A    1941     19        117 125
       Absorption of light and heat radiation by small spherical particles. I. Absorption of light by carbon particles
2106                                   CJRE-A    1942     20        25    32
       Absorption of light and heat radiation by small spherical particles. II. Scattering of light by small carbon sphe
2107                                   PRLA-A    1931
       The scattering of light by turbid media - Part I. 131        451 464
2108                                   PRLA-A    1931
       The scattering of light by turbid media - Part II. 131       464 475
2109   Bemerkungen uber die durchsichtigkeit der atmosphare und die farbe des himmels in grosseren hohen der Alpen
2110                                    sichtweite und des koeffiziente n der dunstextinktion
       Die Wellenlangenabhangigkeit derMRZS-A    1944     61        199 203
2111                                    concentration of 13
       Infrared extinction an dthe massATEN-B    1979               169 173
                                                           atmospheric aerosols
2112   Blauer nebel                    MRZS-A    1934     51        233 234
2113                                   MIST-F
       Das gesetz der verfarbung bei diffusion 1932       3         53    63
2114                                   ZTPH-A    1942     23        30    38
       Das sichtregistriergerat junginger (die entwicklung objektiver sichtmessgerate)
2115                                   ASJO-A
       Radiation through a foggy atmosphere      1905     21        1     22
2116   Sicht und sichtbestimmung       GBGE-A    1935     45        35    62
2117                                   GBGE-A
       Untersuchung des wigandschen sichtmessers 1935     46        152 179
2118                                   PSBU-A
       The physiological basis of visual acuity 1948      45        465 490
2119                                   JOSA-A    visibility meter 168 176
       Visibility through haze and smoke, and a 1940      30
2120                                   ZMET-A
       Zur streuung des lichtes an wassertropfen 1947     1         342 345
2121                                   ZMET-A
       Zur optik des atmospharishcen dunstes     1947     1         417 422
2122   Bemerkungen zur sichttheorie    ZMET-A    1948     2         44    47
2123                                   ZMET-A    1948
       Uber dammerungssicht, detailsicht und flugsicht 2            110 115
2124   Sea salt and condensation nucleiQJRM-A    1939     65        553 554
2125   Sea-salt and condensation nucleiQJRM-A    1941     67        163 169
2126                                   JOSA-A
       Light scattering by spherical particles 1947       37        475 480
2127                                   CRAU-A    studying 53
       Searchlight investigation as a method of 1946                707 710
                                                           atmosphere stratification
2128                                   sictmesser
       Messungen mit dem bergmannschen VGIL-F    1937     8         187 345
2129                                   IECH-A    1949     41
       Measurement of visibility by photographic photometry         2396 2399
2130                                   human     1936      relation 185 delta I/I to intensity
       Intensity discrimination in the JPGL-A eye. I. The 20         of   209
2131                                   ZEGE-A    1934     10        59
       Horizontalsicht bei ortlich veranderlicher trubung und beleuchtung 65
2132                                   entering 1933 eye pupil at different points
       The luminous efficiency of rays PRLB-A    the      112       428 450
2133                                   PRLB-A    1937     122
       The effect of a glaring light source on extrafoveal vision 255 280
2134                                   MRZS-A    1901
       Die extinktion des lichtes in einem truben medium 18         518 524
                                                           (sichtweite in wolken)
2135                                   JPRA-A    1939
       Recherches sur l'absorption atmospherique I.       10        75    81
2136                                   JPRA-A    1939
       Recherches sur l'absorption atmospherique II.      10        403 412
2137                                   JPRA-A    1939
       Recherches sur l'absorption atmospherique III.     10        459 464
2138                                   la lumiere par les gaz et l'absorption atmospherique
       Sur la diffusion moleculaire de CORE-A    1949     228       1485 1486
2139                                   QJRM-A    1945     71        319 336
       Measurement of the photometric properties of the upper atmosphere
2140                                   TIES-A   1945     10       147 188
       Measurement of the photometric properties of the upper atmosphere
2141   Die albedo des luftplanktons    ANPY-A   1916     51       427 449
2142                                   PHZF-A
       Eine methode zur messung der sicht       1919     20       151 160
2143                                   MRZS-A
       Eine methode zur messung der sicht       1919     36       342 348
2144   Ein neuer sichtmesser           PHZF-A   1921     22       484 487
2145   Zur theorie der sichtmessung    PHZF-A   1922     23       277 288
2146                                   ZEIN-A
       Die messung der sicht mit dem sichtmesser1925     45       411 416
2147   Sicht und Beleuchtungsrichtung GBGE-A    1927     17       348 355
2148                                   PHZF-A
       Zur praezisierung der sichtmessung       1924     25       212 223
2149                                   ANPY-A
       Ueber die Lichtabsorption der luft       1968     134      568 583
2150                                   ANPY-A
       Ueber die lichtabsorption der luft       1968     135      99    114
2151                                   JMMR-A   1949     8
       Sampling atmospheric sea-salt nuclei over the ocean        177 197
2152                                   QJRM-A   1935     61
       Visibility and atmospheric suspensoids at Kew Observatory 71     80
2153                                   some deductions from measurements of the number of charged and uncharged nuclei at
       The size of atmospheric nuclei; PPSA-A   1936     48       675 689
2154                                    visibility observations in the 442
       Atmospheric capacity: a study ofQJRM-A   1939     65       411   British Isles
2155   Sea-salt nuclei                 QJRM-A   1940     66       3     11
2156   The origin of sea-salt nuclei   QJRM-A   1940     66       3     11
2157   Atmospheric opacity at Valentia.QJRM-A   1940     66       66    67
2158   Stellar scintillation           QJRM-A   1954     80       241 260
2159                                   glorie
       Theorie des regenbogens und der OPTK-A   1946     1        188 212
2160                                   JOSA-A    and     33       42
       Propagation of radiation in a scattering 1943 absorbing medium   45
2161   Der grune strahl                MRZS-A   1939     56       342 346
2162                                   GFPA-A   1952      der himmels
       Teil: Einfluss der mehrfachstreuung auf die farbe 23       96    110
2163                                   JGRE-A   1949
       Terrestrial magnetism and atmospheric electricity 54       215 227
2164                                   JOSA-A   1947     37        altit udes above sea level
       Brightness and polarization of the daylight sky at various 78    92
2165                                   BPYA-A    streulicht
       Aerosol-verteilungen und atmospharisches 1964     37       69    104
2166                                   AMGA-A   1952     A5       166 178
       Reihenuntersuchung des naturlichen aerosols mittels elektronenmikrosops:
2167                                   ANMT-A   1952
       Die konstitution des atmospharischen aerosols     Supp     1     55
2168                                   BERW-A   1954     13
       Die optik und meteorologie der atmospharischen trubung     1     47
2169                                   of sun   1929     11       156   the
       On the atmospheric transmission GGAN-A radiation and on dust in 166 air.
2170                                   of sun   1930     12       130
       On the atmospheric transmission GGAN-A radiation and on dust in the air.
2171   Zur theorie des bishopringes    MERU-A   1959     12       89    92
2172                                   MRZS-A   1922     39       161   den
       Vorschlage zur berechnung des trubungsgrades der atmosphare aus 166 messungen der intensitat der sonnenstrahlung
2173                                   BPYA-A
       Theorie der horizontalen sichtweite      1926     12       33    55
2174                                   ZEAS-A   1961     51       119 147
       Streuung elektromagnetischer wellen an absorbierenden und dielektrischen kugelformigen einselteilchen und an gemis
2175   Die farbe des himmels           GFPA-A   1952     23       66    110
2176                                   OPTK-A   1946     1        15    41
       Die streufunktion des atmospharischen dunstes nach scheinwerfermessungen
2177                                   OPTK-A
       Die streuung des lichtes in truber luft. 1947     1         301 328
2178                                   ZMET-A   1953     7         1     19
       Messungen der spektralen zerstreuungsfunktion bodennaher luft bei guter sicht, dunst und nebel
2179                                    nebel
       Streulichtmessungen in dunst undMERU-A   1960     13        21    29
2180                                   optics   1960     50
       Two instruments for atmospheric JOSA-A measurements         191 202
2181                                   ATEN-B   1967     1         479 489
       Influence of some atmospheric variables on the concentration and particle size distribution of sulfate in urban ai
2182                                   JGRE-A   1960     65
       On the question of multiple scattering in the troposphere 879 884
2183                                   ZMET-A   1957     11
       Erfahrungen uber trubungsbestimmungen mit interferenzfiltern330 339
2184                                   AMGB-A   1961     10        100 131
       Photometer mit selen-photoelement zur spektralen messung der sonnenstrahlung und zur bestimmung der wellenlangenab
2185                                   the spectral region 0.35 to 10 microns
       Transmission by haze and fog in JOSA-A   1957     47        491 498
2186                                   JOSA-A   1961     51        633 640
       Transmission and scattering properties of a Nevada desert atmosphere
2187                                    gestreuten lich 5
       Die elliptische polarisation desOPSP-A   1958               671 681
2188   Stratospheric aerosols          JMET-F   1961     18        81    108
2189                                   JMET-F   1961      in       746 752
       The vertical distribution of sub-micron particles 18 the stratosphere
2190                                    II: Applications 15 atmospheric models
       Theory of the solar aureole PartAGEP-A   1959      to       218 249
2191                                   JOSA-A   1961
       Mie scattering with complex index of refraction 51          620 633
2192                                   ZMET-A   1956      himmelslicht-polarisation
       Grobenverteilung des atmospharischen aerosols und 10        354 363
2193                                   ZMET-A   1957     11        211 219
       Einige ergebnisse einer homogenen siebeneinhalbjahrigen mebreihe der maximalpolarisation
2194                                   BEGO-A   1960     69        95    113
       Die polarisation des himmelslichtes in sonnenvertikal bei dunstgetrubter atmosphare
2195                                   OPTK-A   1960     17
       Einfluss des aerosols auf die himmelslichtpolarisation.     554 558
2196                                   JOMY-A   1961     15        306 318
       Scattering function and polarization of skylight in the ultraviolet to the near infrared region, with haze of scat
2197                                   BEGO-A   1961     70         des 372
       Messungen der spektralen strahldichte und der polarisation 350 wolkenlosen himmels.
2198                                   BEGO-A   1960     70        79    89
       Berechnung der himmelslichtpolarisation bei dunstgeschichteter atmosphare
2199                                   BEGO-A   1962
       Sichtweite und albedo, insbesondere im polargebiet35        18    42
2200                                   WULE-F   1957     9
       Zur spektralen verteilung der reflexion naturlicher medien 41     46
2201                                   MERU-A   1948     1         212 215
       Streustrahlung des atmospharischen dunstes und sekundare diffusion
2202   Die farbe des himmels: II       GFPA-A   1953     26        141 152
2203                                   GFPA-A   1961     48        193 198
       Messugnen der himmelstrahlung und deren polarisationsgrad wahrend der sonnenfinsternis AM 15.2.1961 in viareggio
2204                                   JGRE-A   1961     65         particles
       Measurements of the concentration and size distribution of 3371 3376 in the arctic air of Greenland
2205                                   JAHS-A   1962     19
       The intensity of the twilight and upper atmospheric dust 385 406
2206                                   QJRM-A   1929      chimneys 341 rainfall
       The influence of smoke and hot gases from factory 55         on   350
2207                                   NATU-A   1931      of       893
       An apparatus for recording the ultra-violet light 127 the sky
2208                                   JOSA-A   1931      radiation and 247 results of three years - observations on Balti
       The zinc sulfide method of measuring ultra-violet 21        240   the
2209                                    crustal 1979
       Comparison of aerosol sulfur andWASP-F            12        431   in
                                                element concentrations 440 particle size fractions from continental U.S. l
2210                                   ATEN-B   1979     13         sulfur dioxide to sulfate in the troposphere
       Model predictions of the rates of homogeneous oxidation of 1653 1661
2211                                    precipitation
       Sulfate behavior in eastern U.S.GRSL-F   1978     5         673 674
2212                                   color
       Report of the workshop on water BLME-B   1980     18        343 355
2213                                   BLME-B   1980     18
       A design study for an advanced ocean color scanner system 315 327
2214                                   BLME-B    1980     18        pigments
       Atmospheric effects in the remote sensing of phytoplankton 299 313
2215                                   BLME-B
       Ocean color monitoring from space         1980     18       247 267
2216                                   AIHA-A    1977     38       493 497
       Experience with a high output sulfuric acid aerosol generator
2217                                   JPCA-A    1978     28       1137 1139
       Generation of nuclei-mode sulfuric acid aerosols for health effects studies
2218   The great smoke pall            WTHW-A    1950     3        129 142
2219                                   active    1927     116      268 277
       Measurement of the biologically TRSE-A ultra-violet rays of sunlight
2220                                   PRSL-A    rays      of      355 359
       Measurement of the actinism of the sun's 1880 and 30 daylight
2221                                     chemical action of sunlight
       On the direct measurement of thePTRM-A    1863              139 160
2222                                     by size 1976 elemental compositions
       Monitoring California's aerosolsESTH-A    and      10       76    82
2223                                   ATEN-B    1977     11       617 621
       A two stage respirable aerosol sampler using nuclepore filters in series
2224                                   on traffic derived aerosols
       Effect of roadbed configuration JPCA-A    1975     25       11
2225                                     on the 1968      73       6897 6913
       The effect of stratospheric dustJGRE-A color of the twilight sky
2226                                   BAMI-A    1978
       On the anisotropy of diffuse solar radiation       59       1442 1443
2227                                   aerosols 1979 a spectrophone
       Mass monitoring of carbonaceous ATEN-B    with     13       507 509
2228                                   ATEN-B    fine     14       623 626
       Preliminary communication: comparison of 1980 particle mass concentration and light scattering extinction in ambie
2229                                   species 1977       11       789 795
       Evaluation of particulate trace ESTH-A in southwest desert atmosphere
2230                                     extinction coefficient measurement of distant contrasts
       Determination of the atmosphericAPOP-A    1978     17       1303 1304
2231                                   SCIE-A    by an    208      741 744
       Soot in urban atmospheres: determination 1980 optical absorption technique
2232                                   ATEN-B    1978     12       923 927
       Identification of primary particulate carbon and sulfate species by raman spectroscopy
2233                                   JPCA-A    1980     30       30    34
       Artifact formation of sulfate, nitrate, and hydrogen ion on backup filters: Allegheny Mountain experiment
2234                                   dioxide 1976       10       793 798
       The rate of oxidation of sulfur ATEN-B in the plume of a nickel smelter stack.
2235                                     sulfur 1980      14       121
       Determination of ambient aerosolATEN-B using a contiuous flame 127photometric detection system. I. Sampling system f
2236                                   ATEN-B    1977     11       861 862
       Efficiency of 0.5N KOH impregnated filters for SO2-collection
2237                                   JAMO-A    1969     8
       On the anomalous deliquescence of sea-spray aerosols        995 998
2238                                   JAMO-A    1971     10       994 1001
       Considerations in the measurement of pollution effects on the number concentration of cloud condensation
2239                                   APOP-A
       Improved mie scattering algorithms        1980     19       1505 1509
2240                                   JPCA-A    1979     29
       Air pollution in Pittsburgh: a historical perspective       1035 1041
2241                                   JPCA-A    1980     30       382 386
       Evaluation of an infrared transmissomenter for monitoring particulate mass concentrations of emissions from statio
2242                                   JAHS-A    1979     36        an   1608
       Aerosol-induced albedo change: measurement and modeling of 1587incident
2243                                   ANCH-A    of sulfur compound with the flame photometric detector
       Increased specificity in the measurement 1975      47       563 566
2244                                   ESTH-A    1977     11       387 390
       Large particle collection characteristics of ambient aerosol samplers
2245                                   ESTH-A    1977     11        correlation: performance and application
       Unique ambient carbon monoxide monitor based on gas filter 1186 1190
2246                                   ANCH-A    1971     43       827 831
       Gas chromatography of reactive sulfur gases in air at the parts-per-billion level
2247                                   JAHS-A    1974     31       1662 of the twilight sky
       The influence of ozone and aerosols on the brightness and color 1674
2248                                   JAHS-A    1975     32        to   798
       A direct solution of the spherical harmonics approximation 790 the radiative transfer equation for an arbitrary sol
2249                                   SREN-A    1978     21       361 369
       Extensive datasets of the diffuse radiation in realistic atmospheric models with aerosols and common absorbing gas
2250                                     atmosphere
       Solar energy outside the earth'sSREN-A    1973     14       109 127
2251   Air pollution research          PGME-A   1970      36       840 848
2252   Extinction coefficient          PGME-A   1972      38       183 191
2253                                   radiative transfer: including the angle of the incident radiation
       The two-stream approximation in JAHS-A   1975      32       408 418
2254                                   TELL-A   1959      11       375 403
       The yearly circulation of chloride and sulfur in nature; meteoro logical, geochemical and pedological implications
2255                                   ATEN-B   1980      1        71     77
       The relative contribution of fluctuations in relative humidity and particulate concentrations to the variability o
2256                                   JPCA-A   1980
       Intercomparison of visibility measurement methods 30        134 142
2257                                   JGRE-A   1972      77
       Modification of laboratory fog with organic surface films 3221 3231
2258                                   atmosphere by air 50
       Inadvertent modification of the BAMI-A   1969               199 206
                                                           pollution
2259                                    alcohols
       Fog modification with long-chainJAMO-A   1969      8        75     82
2260                                   AICE-A   1968
       Evaporation of liquid droplets containing surface 14        502 504
                                                           impurities
2261                                   of cetyl 1966
       Investigation of the absorption JCIS-A             22
                                                 alcohol vapor and 45     50
                                                                     the effect of this phenomenon on the evaporation of wat
2262                                   JCIS-A   1968      27       82
       The effects of insoluble films upon the evaporation kinetics of 88 liquid droplets
2263                                   JAHS-A   1968      25       919 926
       Analysis of the heat and vapor propagation from the walls of the Nolan, Pollak, and Gardner type condensation nucl
2264                                   JRAT-A   1968      3
       The myth concerning the condensation nucleus counters       25     31
2265                                   in the   1970      75
       Surface active organic material JGRE-A marine atmosphere 4561 4566
2266                                    a Wilson cloud chamber. properties of residual nuclei
       Evaporation of small droplets inJRAT-A   1968      3        41     44
2267                                   pure water droplets in a wind tunnel
       Evaporation of contaminated and JAHS-A   1970      27       914 918
2268                                    droplet 1968
       A vertical wind tunnel for smallJAMO-A    studies 7         290 292
2269                                   APOP-A   1974      13       1494 1509
       Measurement of air pollutants from satellites 1: Feasibility considerations
2270                                    slash   1971      99
       Picture of the month: smoke fromMWRE-A burning operations 684 685
2271                                   MWRE-A   1971      99       653
       Picture of the month: Air pollution photographed by satellite
2272                                   JOSA-A    a molecular atmosphere 315
       Importance of higher order scattering in 1964      54       307
2273                                    earth-atmosphere 9
       Simulation of colorimetry of theRSEE-A   1980       system 301 324
2274                                    chemical characterization 1194 1200
       Denver aerosol - a comprehensiveJPCA-A   1980      30
2275                                   JOSA-A   1979
       Optoacoustic measurement of optical absorption in 69        1699 1704
                                                           acetylene smoke
2276                                   AJSC-A   1957      255        and 114
       Sedimentary characteristics of dust storms: II. Visibility 104 dust concentration.
2277                                   coefficients for optical radiation in the atmosphere from the softening of the hor
       Determination of the extinction IAOP-B   1977      13       363 366
2278                                   PAGY-A   1979      117
       The influence of color visibility targets on the visibility 913 926
2279                                   discrete 1977
       A comparison of variational and JQSR-A              methods for solving radiative transfer
                                                 ordinate 17       783 793
2280                                   JAPI-A   1979      50
       Optoacoustic measurements of diesel particulate emissions 7880 7882
2281                                    absorption of solar radiation by aerosol
       Spectrophone measurements of theQJRM-A   1979      105      275 283
2282                                   ZEPY-A
       Die verdampfung kleiner wassertropfen    1924      25       121 132
2283                                    the atmospheric boundary layer 1865
       Scattering functions of light inIAGF-A   1960               1852
2284                                    atmosphere
       Scattering of light in the lowerJOSA-A   1963      53       358 361
2285                                   QJRM-A   1977
       Standard distribution of clear sky radiance        103      437 465
2286                                   JGEO-A   1894      2        318 331
       Erosion, transportation, and sedimentation performed by the atmosphere
2287                                   MMON-A
       Transport of soil and snow by wind       1965      6        123 132
2288   A law of comparative judgment   PSRV-A   1927     34       278 286
2289                                   JPCA-A   1972     22       356 358
       Relationship of optical observations to aerosol mass loading
2290                                   the relation between visual range and relative humidity on the basis of aerosol me
       A note on an attempt to explain JALS-B   1978     9        187 188
2291                                   BPYA-A   1968     41       33    51
       The influence of the aerosol size distribution and its change with relative humidity on visibility
2292                                    hygroscopic droplets
       The nucleus in and the growth ofTFSO-A   1936     32       1152 1161
2293                                   SCIE-A
       The growth and shrinkage of aerosols     1953     118      516 517
2294                                   ESTH-A   1977
       Nitrate A formation in atmospheric aerosols       11       1000 1007
2295                                   APOP-A   1979      the 0.2 - 40 um wavelength range
       Meteorological influence on aerosol extinction in 18       3457 3473
2296                                   JPCA-A   non-urban environment 111
       The visibility and mass concentration in 1972     22       108
2297   Blue haze in the atmosphere     NATU-A   1960     187      641 643
2298                                   JPCA-A   1971     21       496 501
       Calculation of smoke plume opacity from particulate air pollutan t properties.
2299                                   JOSA-A   1958
       Diffuse transmission through real atmospheres.    48       463 468
2300                                    of stratospheric 13
       Dustsonde and lidar measurementsAPOP-A   1974              2416 2420
                                                          aerosols: a comparison
2301                                   APOP-A   at twilight
       Monte Carlo studies of the sky radiation 1974     13       534 547
2302                                   APOP-A
       Rayleigh, the unit for light radiance    1974     13       2160 2163
2303                                   APOP-A   1975     14       2864 2872
       Scattering of electromagnetic waves by arbitrarily shaped dielectric bodies
2304                                   APOP-A   of natural aerosol particles in the infrared
       Mass absorption indices of various types 1975     14       2851 2856
2305                                    for the 1975 volcanic incursion
       Stratospheric aerosol parametersAPOP-A   Fuego    14       1262 1263
2306                                   APOP-A   1975     14
       Lidar measurements of two intense stratospheric dust layers4     5
2307                                   APOP-A   1975     14       2151 2157
       Point visibility meter: a forward scatter instrument for the measurement of aerosol extinction coefficient
2308                                   APOP-A   1975     14       208 219
       Optical constants of sulfuric acid; application to the clouds of venus
2309                                   APOP-A   1969     8        2215 2232
       Determination of extraterrestrial solar spectral irradiance from a research aircraft
2310                                   APOP-A   1969
       Features of tropospheric and stratospheric dust 8          893 903
2311                                   APOP-A   1969     8        447 453
       Determination of aerosol size distribution from spectral attenuation measurements
2312                                   TAPS-A   sunlit sky on Rayleigh 728
       The illumination and polarization of the 1954     44       643   scattering
2313                                   JAMO-A   the      44       400 406
       Laser-radar polarization measurements of 1975 lower stratospheric aerosol layer over Jerusalem
2314                                   ESTH-A   1969     3        913 918
       Atmospheric visibility related to aerosol mass concentration
2315                                   to fog
       Mist - the transition from haze BAMI-A   1969     50       422 426
2316                                   the angular and spectral distribution of skylight
       Effect of surface reflection on JAHS-A   1968     35       759 770
2317                                   NATU-A   1963     199      1275 1276
       Detection of scattering layers in the upper atmosphere (60-140 km) by optical radar.
2318                                   two in   1975     43
       Simple derivation of the factor AJPI-A the Mie theory      275 276
2319                                   APOP-A   1970     9        1337 1344
       A method for predicting atmospheric aerosol scattering coefficients in the infrared.
2320                                   JOSA-A   1955     45       166 175
       Horizontal attenuation of ultraviolet light by the lower atmosphere
2321                                   ZEPY-A   1925
       Strahlungsdiagramme kleiner dielektrischer kugeln.32       119 134
2322                                    kugeln. 1926
       Die farbenzerstreuung an kleinenZEPY-A            39       195 214
2323                                   ZEPY-A   1926
       Die zerstreuungdes lichtes an kleinen kugeln.     38       920 947
2324                                   ZEPY-A   1926     38
       Strahlungsdiagramme kleiner dielektrischer kugeln. II.     304 328
2325                                   JAHS-A    1973
       On the formation of stratospheric aerosols.       30       465 479
2326                                   JAHS-A    1965    22       273
       Multiple scattering in a non-homogeneous, Rayleigh atmosphere. 279
2327                                   JAHS-A    1975    32       1446 1456
       Stratospheric aerosol measurements I: Time variations at norther n midlatitudes.
2328                                    interplanetary dust.
       Measurements of distributions ofAMJO-A    1962    67       248 256
2329                                   JAHS-A    1968    25       488 496
       Frequency spectrum of laser echoes from atmospheric constituents and determination of the aerosol content of air
2330                                    and 37 1970
       Aerosols at altitudes between 20TELL-A km         22       550 563
2331   Tropospheric aerosols           JGRE-A    1970    75       3099 3103
2332                                   pollution trends at Mauna Loa. 846
       Solar radiation: absence of air SCIE-A    1971    172      845
2333                                   for multiple scattering by 478 487 and hazy planetary atmospheres.
       Exact and approximate solutions JAHS-A    1969    26        cloud y
2334                                   JAHS-A    1971    28
       The effect of atmospheric aerosols on scattered sunlight. 419 428
2335                                   JAHS-A    1972    29       517 523
       Evidence of particulate extinction in the near infrared spectrum of the sun
2336                                   JAHS-A    1972    29        by   905
       Complex index of refraction of airborne fly ash determined 900 laser radar and collection of particles at 13 km.
2337                                   APOP-A    in the middle ultraviolet
       Atmospheric scattering of the solar flux 1967     6        373 383
2338   Light scattering                STNY-B    1968    Nov      34    60
2339                                   JOMY-A    1961     in      746 752
       The vertical distribution of sub-micron particles 18 the stratosphere
2340                                   JOSA-A    measurements of the attenuations of brightness contrast by the atmosphere
       A comparison of visual and photoelectric 1950     40       371 372
2341                                   APOP-A    polarization characteristics of the radiation emerging from spherical she
       Backward Monte-Carlo calculations of the 1972     11       2684 2696
2342                                   JOSA-A    1959    49       356 367
       Solar spectral irradiance and vertical atmospheric attenuation in the visible and ultraviolet
2343                                   SCIE-A    1971    174
       Evaporation retardation by monolayers: another mechanism. 283 285
2344                                   APOP-A    1967    6        929 933
       A comparison of computed and experimental spectral transmissions through haze
2345   Turbidity of Australian skies   AMMG-A    1958    48       463 468
2346                                   JOSA-A
       Distribution of irradiance in haze and fog1962    52       787 796
2347                                   APOP-A    1964    3        745 749
       Parameters for attenuation in the atmospheric windows for fifteen wavelengths
2348                                   APOP-A    1966    5
       Aerosol measurements in the troposphere and stratosphere 1769 1776
2349                                   APOP-A    1973    12       330   climate
       Stratospheric aerosol measurements with implications for global 337
2350                                   the extinction coefficient 255 relative humidity.
       The relation between changes of JALS-B    1980    11        and 257
2351                                    upon     1947    37       635 641
       Effect of atmospheric scatteringJOSA-A the appearance of a dark object against a sky background
2352                                   the scattering of 53
       Survey of some early studies of PIEE-A    1965             775 783
                                                          plane waves by a sphere
2353   Luminance - a tutorial paper    JSMT-A    1968    77       1005 1011
2354                                   APOP-A    1966    5        793 801
       Sky luminances and the directional luminous reflectances of objects and backgrounds for a moderately high sun
2355                                   APOP-A    1966    5        919 923
       Overcast sky luminances and directional luminous reflectances of objects and backgrounds under overcast skies
2356   Signal-light nomogram.          JOSA-A    1975    65       111 118
2357                                   JGRE-A    1967
       Stratospheric aerosol layer during 1964 and 1965 72        3523 3542
2358                                   APOP-A    1968    7        2377 2381
       Extinction coefficient measurements on clear atmospheres and thin cirrus clouds
2359                                   in the    1970
       Laser measurements of turbidity OPTS-A atmosphere July/Aug 67    70
2360                                   ARAA-A
       Interplanetary debris near the earth      1964    2        149 164
2361                                   to atmospheric attenuation 2304infrared wavelengths
       Aerosol extinction contribution APOP-A    1972    11        in   2310
2362                                   APOP-A    1967     6        511 518
       Analytical and experimental investigations of light scattering from polydispersions of Mie particles
2363   Studies of skylight polarizationJOSA-A    1965     55       403 408
2364                                   JOSA-A    1961     51       681 691
       Measurement of atmospheric transmissivity using backscattered light from a pulsed light beam
2365                                   JOSA-A    1967     57       1516 1521
       Visibility of light sources against a background of uniform luminance
2366                                   JAHS-A    1970      to      62
       Observations of atmospheric extinction from 0.315 27 1.06 microns 69
2367   Stratospheric aerosol studies   JGRE-A    1961     66       2163 2182
2368   Stratospheric aerosols          JOMY-A    1961     18       81    108
2369                                   layer     the      58       789 797
       Effect of a concentrated turbid JOSA-A on 1968 polarization of skylight
2370                                   JAHS-A    1973     30       160 165
       An investigation of the size-supersaturation relationship of soluble condensation nuclei
2371                                     by condensation of atmospheric 184
       The growth of sea-salt particlesJOMY-A    1954     11       173   water vapor
2372                                   JATP-A    1967
       High altitude atmospheric scattering from a laser 29beam    169 181
2373                                     of white light by micron and submicron spheres
       Color efffects in the scatteringJOSA-A    1966     56       1248 1258
2374                                   SCIE-A    1980     207
       Organic carbon: oxidation and transport in the Amazon River.1348 1351
2375                                   APOP-A    horizon sky
       Measurements of spectral radiance of the 1967      6        2105 2109
2376                                   JOSA-A    Optical Society of America.
       Some recent papers in the Journal of the 1956      46       5     9
2377                                   JOSA-A    1939     29        from a search-light beam.
       The measurement of light scattered by the upper atmosphere 512 517
2378                                   JOSA-A
       Bibliography of Edward O. Hulbert.        1956     46       1     5
2379                                   JOSA-A
       Publications by W.E. Knowles Middleton. 1960       50       95    96
2380                                   APOP-A    1970     9        1574 1576
       Measurements of ultraviolet spectral radiance of the horizon sky
2381                                   JOSA-A    1962     52       1010 regions.
       Atmospheric scattering coefficients in the visible and infrared 1016
2382                                   BPYA-A
       Theorie der horizontalen sichtweite.      1924     12       33    53
2383                                   MWRE-A
       Measurements of visibility at Danzig.     1930     58       439 444
2384                                   JOSA-A    1972     62       208 211
       Dependence of extinction efficiency of spherical scatterers on photometer geometry.
2385                                   JAHS-A    1974
       Distribution of stratospheric nitric acid vapor. 31         1102 1108
2386                                   TELL-A
       Some results of turbidity networks        1969     21       625 630
2387                                     sodium 1941      31
       Penetration of fog by light fromJOSA-A and tungsten lamps.  528 530
2388   Air photography.                JOSA-A    1953     43       290 298
2389                                   BAMI-A    1972
       Mauna Loa and global trends in air quality.        53       402 420
2390                                     and conversion factors. 2081 2084
       Radiometry and photometry: unitsAPOP-A    1968     7
2391                                   JOSA-A    1949     39       576 581
       The effect of the angular aperture of a telephotometer on the telephotometry of collimated and non-collimated beam
2392   The color of the overcast sky. JOSA-A     1960     50       97    100
2393                                   JOSA-A    1960     50
       Random reflections on the history of atmospheric optics. 97       100
2394                                   sky.
       Illumination from a non-uniform ILEN-A    1942     Dec      707 726
2395                                   the stratosphere and of volcanic eruption plumes
       Sulfur and halogen chemistry of JGRE-A    1979     84       7869 7875
2396                                   stratosphere.
       Nitric acid distribution in the JGRE-A    1973     78       7033 7038
2397   Fog.                            SCAM-A    1968     Dec219   75    82
2398                                   JOSA-A
       Color of daylight from North sky.         1963     53       626 629
2399                                   CHRE-A   1949      and stratus of the Los Angeles region.
       On the nature and size of particles in haze, fog, 44       321 335
2400                                    of sulfuric acid 30
       Radiation absorption by dropletsJAHS-A   1973              95    100
                                                          water solution s and by ammonium sulfate particles.
2401   Photometry of the solar aureole.JOSA-A   1956     46       1028 1037
2402                                    the upper atmosphere.
       Light scattering by particles inJAHS-A   1964     21       35    60
2403                                   APOP-A   reflectance and emissiv ity.
       Reflectance nomenclature and directional 1970     9        1474 1475
2404                                   of the   1951     41       473 478
       The brightness and polarization JOSA-A daylight sky at altitudes of 18,000 to 38,000 feet above sea level
2405                                   BAMI-A   1952     33       117 121
       Visual measurements of atmospheric transmission of light at night
2406                                   JOSA-A   1957     47       1010 1015
       New tables of total Mie scattering coefficients for spherical particles of real refractive indexes (1.33 n 1.50).
2407   Angular Mie scattering.         JOSA-A   1962     52       402 408
2408                                   dust.
       Cosmic spherules and meteoritic SCAM-A   1960     Feb202   123 132
2409                                    measurement: photochemical aerosols and atmospheric particulates.
       Single-particle light-scatteringAPOP-A   1972     11       2082 2087
2410                                   APOP-A   1967
       Optical efficiency factors for concentric spheres.6        1555 1558
2411                                   APOP-A   1966     5         particles.
       Mie scattering and absorption cross-sections for absorbing 279 285
2412                                    earth's atmosphere with haze
       Radiance and polarization of theand clouds.
2413                                   APOP-A   1971     10       1172 1173
       Comment on: The scattering of polarized light by polydisperse systems of irregular particles.
2414                                   APOP-A   1973     12       314 329
       Matrix operator theory of radiative transfer. I: Rayleigh scattering.
2415                                   PMGT-A   1973     24       233    polar nephelometer
       Scattering fuctions of the atmospheric aerosols measured by the 244
2416                                   JPCA-A   1976     26       576 581
       Combustion and photochemical aerosols attributable to automobiles
2417                                   BAMI-A
       Atmospheric dust studies at Barbados.    1967     6        1045 1052
2418                                   JAMO-A   1967     6
       Visibility and aerosol size frequency distribution.        1045 1052
2419                                   JOSA-A   1972     62        NaCl.
       Optical constants in the infrared for aqueous solutions of 849 855
2420                                   PNAS-A   1965     53       215 220
       Volatile organic material of plant origin in the atmosphere.
2421                                   APOP-A   1970     9        1563 1573
       Comparative studies of extinction and backscattering by aerosols , fog, and rain at 10.6u.
2422                                   JOSA-A   eye      38       196 208
       The sensitivity performance of the human 1948 on an absolute scale.
2423                                   JGRE-A   1964     69
       The vertical distribution of dust to 30 kilometers.        4673
2424                                   JGRE-A   1968     73       479 486
       Simultaneous dust and ozone soundings over North and Central America.
2425                                    aerosols.
       The boiling point of atmosphericJAMO-A   1971     10       1044 1046
2426                                   JAHS-A   1975     32       1457 1462
       Stratospheric aerosol measurements. II. The worldwide distributi on.
2427                                   atmosphere.
       Light scattering in the earth's SPUS-B   1960     3        346 371
2428                                   JOSA-A   for      58       391
       Typical spectral distributions and color 1968 tropical daylight. 398
2429                                   JGRE-A   1970     75        by   3132
       Detection of tropospheric and stratospheric aerosol layers 3123optical radal (lidar).
2430                                   and anhydrous reactions between 733
       The stratospheric aerosol layer JAHS-A   1969     26       727    ammonia and sulfur dioxide.
2431                                   JOSA-A   1957     47        sky 490
       Light scattering in the atmosphere and the polarization of 484 light.
2432                                   APOP-A   1971     10       1207 1210
       Summary of sky brightness measurements during eclipses of the sun.
2433                                   INFP-A   1965     5        11    36
       Atmospheric transmission: concepts, symbols, units, and nomencla ture.
2434                                    reports: 1870-1972.
       A century of stratospheric cloudBAMI-A   1974     55       213 219
2435                                   JOSA-A   1952      atmospheric transmission.
       The influence of field of view on measurements of 42       801 805
2436                                   aerosol 1972
       Lidar observations of the urban BAMI-A structure.  53        358 360
2437                                   JAHS-A    1968
       Visibility measurements using backscattered light. 25        912 918
2438                                   Agung     1970      1963 and 5185 5193
       Atmospheric turbidity after the JGRE-A eruption of 75         size distribution of the volcanic aerosol.
2439                                   BAMI-A    1971     52        996 998
       Stratospheric aerosol layers from balloon-borne horizon photo graphs.
2440                                   APOP-A    aerosol substances.
       Infrared refractive index of atmospheric 1973      12        564 568
2441                                   APOP-A    1973     12        564 568
       Infrared optical constants of ammonium sulfate, Sahara dust, volcanic pumice, and flyash.
2442                                     during 1971      10        363
       Skylight and aerosol in ThailandAPOP-A the dry winter season. 366
2443   Air pollution.                  SCAM-A    1955     May192    63    72
2444   The blue sun of 1950 September. MNRA-A    1951     111       478 489
2445                                   JOSA-A    1966     56        456   in
       Spectroradiometric and colorimetric characteristics of daylight 464 the southern hemisphere.
2446                                   JAMO-A    of New York State.
       Some local climate trends in four cities 1980      19        135 141
2447                                   MWRE-A    1980     108       1430 1439
       Trends in atmospheric transmission at three locations in the United States from 1940 to 1977.
2448                                   JAHS-A    1980
       Diffusion in the lower stratosphere as determined 37         2105 2112
                                                           from lidar measurements of volcanic aerosol dispersion.
2449                                   JRAT-A
       Advances in marine aerosol research.      1980     14        35    61
2450                                   climate. 1980
       Atmospheric aerosols and global JALS-B             11        577 588
2451                                   SCIE-A    1980     208       1368 1370
       Stratospheric sulfuric acid layer: evidence for an anthropogenic component
2452                                   JAHS-A    1980
       The effect of directional radiation models on the 37         2298 2313
                                                           interpretation s of earth radiation budget measurements.
2453                                   JAHS-A    1970      in       1041 1047
       Spectral skylight and solar radiance measurements 27 the Caribbe an: maritime aerosols and Sahara dust.
2454                                   BAMI-A    1923
       Variations in solar radiation and the weather.     4         33    37
2455   Dust-fall.                      BAMI-A    1923     4         80
2456                                   BAMI-A    1923     4
       An examination of the dust content of the atmosphere.        92    93
2457   Origin of dustfall.             BAMI-A    1924     5         32
2458                                   BAMI-A    1924     5
       Investigations of the dust content of the atmosphere.        67    69
2459   Pure air and sunshine.          BAMI-A    1924     5         111 112
2460                                   BAMI-A    pollution.
       The automatic measurement of atmospheric 1924      5         149
2461                                   BAMI-A
       Solar radiation and the atmosphere.       1925     6         25    30
2462   Notes                           BAMI-A    1925     6         40
2463                                   BAMI-A
       The spring meeting at Washington.         1925     6         86    89
2464   Notes                           BAMI-A    1925     6         162 163
2465                                     it means to your 8
       Review Clean Air for Leeds:'WhatBAMI-A    1927               24
                                                           health and to your pocket.'
2466   Visibility.                     BAMI-A    1927     8         119
2467   Wind-borne dust.                BAMI-A    1928     9         89
2468                                   BAMI-A    1928     9
       Hot wind and dust storm at New Haven, April 19,1928.         111 112
2469                                   BAMI-A
       Publications received from our exchanges. 1928     9         194 195
2470                                   BAMI-A
       Hot weather and the Bermuda high.         1928     9         209
2471   Snow, cold and the plateau high.BAMI-A    1929     10        19    20
2472   Smoke vs. sunshine.             BAMI-A    1929     10        47    50
2473                                   BAMI-A
       Dust storm checks radicals of Peking.     1929     10       70
2474                                     tidal   1929     10
       A critical test of the planetaryBAMI-A sunspot hypothesis. 148 149
2475   Atmospheric dust.               BAMI-A    1929     10       242
2476   The structure of the atmosphere.BAMI-A    1930     11       26    28
2477                                   BAMI-A    1930     11
       City smoke and heat effects on minimum temperatures.        36    37
2478                                   BAMI-A    1930
       Influence of smoke on New York City temperatures. 11        104 105
2479   Man's mastery of the horizon.   BAMI-A    1930     11       116
2480   Aeronautical weather notes.     BAMI-A    1930     11       122 123
2481   Drought records of 1930.        BAMI-A    1930     11       141 146
2482                                   upper     1930     11        north west.
       Meteorological information from BAMI-A air soundings in the 165 168
2483                                   BAMI-A
       Dust storms along Mississippi River.      1930     11       174
2484   Meteorological notes.           BAMI-A    1930     11       207 208
2485                                   BAMI-A
       Commission on air pollution advised       1930     11       213
2486   Grass smoke and fog.            BAMI-A    1930     11       214
2487   The east wind at Boston.        BAMI-A    1931     12       93    94
2488                                   H. Kimball of U.S. Weather 108 112
       Atlantic fliers honor Dr. James BAMI-A    1931     12        Bureau.
2489                                   BAMI-A
       American Geophysical Union, Annual Meeting1931     12       119 121
2490   Publications.                   BAMI-A    1931     12       191 193
2491   Notes.                          BAMI-A    1931     13       17    18
2492                                   BAMI-A
       Aeronautical meteorological notes.        1932     13       74    75
2493                                   BAMI-A
       Marine notes (Extraordinary visibility.) 1932      13       80    82
2494                                   BAMI-A
       Nitrogen compounds from lightening.       1932     13       56
2495                                     atmosphere.
       Ultra-violet transmission of theBAMI-A    1932     13       101
2496                                   BAMI-A    storms). 13
       Weather and other notes (Australian dust 1932               106 107
2497                                   BAMI-A
       The Blue Hill meteorological observatory. 1932     13       137 140
2498                                   BZMI-A    1932
       What the atmosphere does to solar radiation.       13       217 220
2499                                   BAMI-A    smoke    13
       Possible means of forecasting the end of 1932 conditions. 228 229
2500                                   BAMI-A    1933      in      3     7
       Recent advances in the science of meteorology and 14 its practic al applications
2501                                     temperatures.
       Smoke influence on New York CityBAMI-A    1933     14       31    32
2502   Notes                           BAMI-A    1933     14       44    47
2503   Notes (Smoke reduction urged). BAMI-A     1933     14       86    87
2504                                   BAMI-A    1933     14        of   230
       The effect of meteorological conditions upon the formation 228 Salt Lake City's cloud.
2505                                   BAMI-A    1933
       The influence of climate on library architecture. 14        264 265
2506   Aeronautical meteorology.       BAMI-A    1933     14       297 299
2507                                   BAMI-A    1944     15
       The use of glass color-screens in the study of atmospheric 18     19
                                                                    deple tion of solar radiation.
2508                                   BAMI-A
       Concerning atmospheric turbidity.         1944     15       19    21
2509                                   of Angstrom's coefficient of atm ospheric turbidity.
       Remarks concerning an extension BAMI-A    1944     15       20    21
2510                                   BAMI-A
       Unusual visibility in the northwest.     1944     15       121 122
2511                                   air mass 1944
       An introduction to the study of BAMI-A   analysis.15       226 230
2512   Fog notes (Fog, mist and haze). BAMI-A   1944     15       271
2513                                   BAMI-A   1944
       Animated drawings in meteorological education.    15       283 284
2514   A new sort of wind-rose.        BAMI-A   1944     15       299
2515                                   BAMI-A   1955     16
       Observations of condensation-nuclei in the atmosphere.     64    65
2516                                   BAMI-A
       Reviews (Schwebstoff in Gasen-Aerosole). 1955     16       271 272
2517   Visibility in meteorology.      BAMI-A   1955     16       276
2518                                   of atmospheric chlorides. 301 305
       A preliminary report of a study BAMI-A   1936     17
2519                                   violet   1937     18        near Boston, Mass.
       Seasonal variation of the ultra BAMI-A on Great Blue Hill, 298 302
2520                                   BAMI-A
       On Angstrom's turbidity coefficient.     1938     19       398 399
2521                                   BAMI-A   1938
       Reviews (Das Stadtklima by Albert Kratzer).       19       443
2522   The chemistry of rain water.    BAMI-A   1939     20       42
2523                                   BAMI-A   1939     20       133 135
       Some meteorological factors related to the atmospheric extinctio n.
2524   Cross-country dust.             BAMI-A   1939     20       210 202
2525   On the turbidity of polar air. BAMI-A    1939     20       225
2526   Smoke at sea off Florida.       BAMI-A   1939     20       406
2527                                    Africa. 1940
       Dust storm off the west coast ofBAMI-A            21       122
2528                                   BAMI-A   by dust from sky. 128 129
       Earth gaining 100,000 tons weight yearly 1940     21
2529   Abnormal visibility.            BAMI-A   1940     21       326
2530                                   BAMI-A
       The variation of the sun and weather.    1940     21       407 416
2531   Kalitin on illumination climate.BAMI-A   1941     22       71    75
2532                                   BAMI-A
       Black dust with hail, snow and rain.     1941     22       122 123
2533   Optics of atmospheric haze.     BAMI-A   1941     22       374 375
2534                                    atmospheric haze 23
       The polarization of air light byBAMI-A   1942              220
                                                          and its effect on visibility.
2535                                   in the   1942     23
       On the frequency of dust-storms BAMI-A Egyptian desert.    348
2536   Color memory in cyanometry.     BAMI-A   1943     24       47    53
2537   Reviews                         BAMI-A   1943     24       122 124
2538                                   BAMI-A   1943     24       201 204
       Transmission of the total and the infrared component of solar radiation through a smoky atmosphere.
2539   Airport vs. city temperatures. BAMI-A    1943     24       252
2540   Mud-pellet rains.               BAMI-A   1944     25       432 433
2541                                   BAMI-A   1945     26       74    of
       Notes on the determination of the effectively possible duration 75 sunshine.
2542                                   BAMI-A
       Herbert Harvey Kimball (1862-1944).      1945     26       188 191
2543                                    shape   1945
       Investigations into the apparentBAMI-A of the sky.26       212 216
2544                                   BAMI-A   1945
       Fog and smoke restrictions in the St. Louis area. 26       315 316
2545                                   ATEN-B
       Effluent charges - a price on pollution 1974      8        657 667
2546                                   ATEN-B   1974
       First estimates of global flaring of natural gas 8         681 686
2547                                   ATEN-B   1974     8         897 904
       Fast-response light scattering measurements of aerosol suspension in a desert area
2548                                   ATEN-B   1974     8         1095 1109
       The distribution and transport of airborne particulate matter and inorganic components in Great Britain
2549                                   ATEN-B
       Pollution and the planetary albedo       1974     8         1251 1256
2550                                   particle 1974
       Experimental studies of optical ATEN-B   counters 8         1343
2551                                   ATEN-B   change in the atmospheric radiation balance due to aerosols
       Influence of aerosol cloud height on the 1975     9         89    99
2552                                   ATEN-B   1975     9         135 137
       Short communications - on the determination of pollution matrices
2553                                   ATEN-B   to visibility
       A study of the contribution of pollution 1975     9         371 372
2554                                   ATEN-B
       Effluent charges - a price on pollution 1975      9         460 461
2555                                   ATEN-B   1975     9         463 482
       Characterization of California aerosols I. Size distributions of freeway aerosol
2556                                   ATEN-B   1975     9          distribution measurements in the Mojave desert
       Characterization of California aerosols - II. Aerosol size 483 494
2557                                   ATEN-B   1975     9
       Energy efficiencies of air pollution control devices        529 535
2558                                   ATEN-B   1975     9         587 601
       Calculations about the systematic error of visibility meters measuring scattered light
2559                                   ATEN-B   1975     9         763 764
       Short communications - atmospheric aerosol particles in surface-level air
2560                                   ATEN-B   1975     9         766 767
       On the influence of surface albedo on the change in the atmospheric radiation balance due to aerosols
2561                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        5
       Complexities of surface albedo determinations during duststorms 7
2562                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        1     26
       Chemical analysis of airborne particulate matter during a period of unusually high pollution
2563                                    Melbourne city air
       Size distribution of aerosols inATEN-B   1976     10        57    60
2564                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        163   at
       Empirical dosage-distance relationships around a point source - 166 ground level
2565                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        195 197
       Influence of air parcel trajectories on aerosol variability in the Los Angeles basin, a case study for 20 Septembe
2566                                   sulphide 1976 dimethyl sulphide in air
       The photo-oxidation of hydrogen ATEN-B   and      10        417 420
2567                                   ATEN-B   ultraviolet radiation recieved at sea level of a model atmosphere
       Effect of changes in ozone amount on the 1976     10        547 555
2568                                   ATEN-B   1976
       A systems approach to air pollution control       10        633 635
2569                                   ATEN-B   1976      as       645   underestimated perturbation signal
       On the determination of the atmospheric air light 10 a normally 653
2570                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        353 362
       The mixing height and mass balance of SO2 in the atmosphere above Great Britain
2571                                   ATEN-B   in the lower troposphere above central Europe measured under pure air con
       Chemical components of aerosol particles 1976     10        841 853
2572                                   ATEN-B   1976
       Atmospheric vanadium transport to the ocean.      10        989 996
2573                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        1065 1069
       Size distribution of fine particulate emissions from a coal- fired power plant.
2574                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        1071 1077
       Composition and size distribution of in-stack particulate materi al at a coal-fired power plant.
2575                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        1079 1084
       Chemical composition of Swiss aerosols from the Jungfraujoch.
2576                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        1085 1089
       Measurement of gaseous and particulate nitrates in the atmospher e.
2577                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        1091
       Condensation nuclei concentrations over the Mediterranean Sea. 1094
2578                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        1127 1131
       Absorption of peroxy acetyl nitrate and ozone by natural surface s.
2579                                   ATEN-B   1977      observed 87
       The effect of atmospheric SO2 photochemistry upon 11              91
                                                                    nitra te concentrations in aerosols.
2580                                   ATEN-B   1977      aerosol growth laws and mechanisms for organics.
       Gas-to-particle conversion in photochemical smog: 11        157 168
2581                                   ATEN-B   1977     11        193 196
       Measurements of visibility vs mass-concentration for airborne soil particles.
2582                                    in dispersing plumes.
       The oxidation of SO2 to sulfatesATEN-B   1977     11        239 241
2583                                   ATEN-B   1977     11        361 366
       Aerosol particle size distributions in the 0.25-5.0um radius ran ge in northern England.
2584                                    in the 1977      11        379 385
       Air concentrations of krypton-85ATEN-B midwest United States during January-May 1974.
2585                                   ATEN-B   1977      particles.
       An improved thin-film sulphate test for submicron 11        391 395
2586                                   of aerosols in urban atmospheres
       A note on the size distribution ATEN-B   1977     11        531 534
2587                                   ATEN-B   calculations.
       Applications of algebra to concentration 1977     11        571 572
2588                                   ATEN-B   1977     11        629
       Background aerosol composition on Chacaltaya Mountain, Bolivia. 634
2589                                   ATEN-B   1977      SO2 in the atm osphere over Great Britain.
       Comments on the mixing height and mass balance of 11        659
2590                                   ATEN-B   height and mass balance of SO2 in the atmosphere over Great Britain.
       Authors' reply to Comments on the mixing 1977     11        659 661
2591                                   ATEN-B   1977     11        761   for
       A correction to the Holzworth model of meteorological potential 764 urban air pollution.
2592                                   ATEN-B   1977     11        879 892
       The transport of atmospheric pollutants across the North Sea and English Channel.
2593                                    the source.
       Detection of a plume 400 km fromATEN-B   1977     11        939 944
2594                                   ATEN-B   1977     11        995 999
       Extinction coefficients for multimodal atmospheric particle size distributions.
2595                                   ATEN-B   domestic 11
       The relative importance of vehicular and 1977               1065 1073
                                                          emissions of dark smoke in Greater London in the mid-1970's.
2596                                   ATEN-B   1977     11        1075 1081
       On the size distribution of atmospheric aerosol particles of dif ferent composition.
2597                                   ATEN-B   1977      nitrogen 1089 1095
       Photochemical atmospheric pollutants derived from 11         oxide s.
2598                                   ATEN-B   1978      semi-rural are a.
       A three-year study of air pollution episodes in a 12        877 881
2599                                   ATEN-B   1978
       Rectification of prevailing visibility statistics.12        945 950
2600                                    composition on Chacaltaya 959
       Discussion of Background aerosolATEN-B   1978     12         Moun tain, Bolivia.
2601                                   ATEN-B   1978     12        959   taya Mountain, Bolivia.
       Reply to discussion of Background aerosol composition on Chacal 960
2602                                   ATEN-B   1978     12         Euro pe (1971-1975) and its relation to meteorology.
       Discussion of Photochemical production of ozone in Western 968
2603                                   ATEN-B   1978     12        968
       Reply to discussion of Photochemical production of ozone in Wes tern Europe (1971-1975) and its relation to meteor
2604                                   ATEN-B   1978     12        1155 1161
       Background levels in air of lead, cadmium, mercury and some chlo rinated hydrocarbons measured in South Norway.
2605                                   ATEN-B   1978     12        1163 1167
       Measurement of anions in the snow cover of the Adirondack Mounta ins.
2606                                   ATEN-B   1978      power plants: 1185 of an inertial cascade impactor.
       Elemental particle-size emissions from coal-fired 12        1175 use
2607                                   ATEN-B   pollution in Yaounde (Cameroon): intertropical front influence.
       First characteristics of particulate air 1978     12        1187 1193
2608                                   ATEN-B   1978
       Field comparison of optical particle counters.    12        1195 1200
2609                                   ATEN-B   1978     12        1227 1230
       On the use of nitron for detection of nitrate in individual aero sol particles.
2610                                   ATEN-B   chemical 12
       Mathematical modelling of dispersion and 1978               1231 1234
                                                          reactions in a plume - oxidation of NO to NO2 in the plume of a
2611                                   ATEN-B   1978     12        1235 1237
       Quantitative analysis of mercury, arsenic, and bromine in atmosp heric aerosols.
2612                                   ATEN-B   1977     11        643 647
       Episodic variations of snow contamination of an Arctic snowfield
2613                                   ATEN-B   1978     12         an
       Discussion of Episodic variations of snow contamination of 1239Arctic snowfield.
2614                                   Episodic 1978
       Author's reply to discussion of ATEN-B            12        1240
                                                variations of snow con tamination of an Arctic snowfield.
2615                                   from motor exhausts - II. Airbor ne concentration, particle size and deposition of
       Emission and deposition of lead ATEN-B   1978     12        1331 1341
2616                                   ATEN-B   1978     12        1391 London area with particular reference to the summe
       An analysis of photochemical pollution incidents in the Greater 1401
2617                                   sulphates in Canada and its rela tionship to long-range transport of air pollutant
       The distribution of atmospheric ATEN-B   1978     12        1471 1480
2618                                    Area.
       Ozone transport in the St. LouisATEN-B   1978     12        1421 1431
2619                                    sulphur 1978
       Some observations of acidity andATEN-B            12         rural sites in central England and Wales.
                                                in rainwater from 1481 1487
2620                                   ATEN-B   1978     12         Unite d States.
       Regional residence time of sulfur dioxide over the eastern 1489 1495
2621                                   ATEN-B    rate     12      1517 1521
       Atmospheric transport and transformation 1978 of sulphur dioxide
2622                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      1613 1621
       Quantitative determination of sulphate in individual aerosol par ticles.
2623                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      1631 1632
       Dependence of aerosol sulfur particle size on relative humidity.
2624                                    over     1978
       Sources of atmospheric particlesATEN-B Australia 12        1643 1655
2625                                    aerosols over sea
       Trace elements in size separatedATEN-B    1978     12      1677 1683
2626                                   ATEN-B    snowpack 12 Norway, late winter 1973,1974,1975,and 1976
       Regional surveys of the chemistry of the 1978       in     1755 1768
2627                                   ATEN-B    1978      a      1805 1806
       Short communication - particle size dependence of 12 condensation nuclei counter
2628                                   ATEN-B    a condensation nuclei counter
       Discussion - particle size dependence of 1979      13      563 565
2629                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      1875 1887
       The radiative effect of atmospheric pollution: latitudinally dependent radiation calculations including cloud cont
2630                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      1907 1916
       Temporal variation in atmospheric particulate lead and bromine levels for Perth, Western Australia(1971-1976)
2631                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      1917 1920
       Influence des feux de brousse sur la composition chimique des aerosols atmospheriques en afrique de l'ouest
2632                                    sixteen 1978
       Ionic composition of rain duringATEN-B             12      1991 1999
                                                 convective showers
2633                                   ATEN-B    1978     12        across a
       Determination of submicrometer particle size distributions 2005 2010 power plant plume
2634                                   depletion of photochemical 2021 2026 a rural site
       Short communication - nocturnal ATEN-B    1978     12        ozone at
2635                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      2185 2196
       Tropospheric ozone: concentrations and variabilities in clean remote atmospheres
2636                                   to sulfate aerosol in the plume 2203 coal-fired power plant
       The oxidation of sulfur dioxide ATEN-B    1978     12      2197 of a
2637                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      2205 2211
       A survey on air pollution and deterioration of stonework in Venice
2638                                    the size distribution of the major classes of organic pollutants in atmospheric p
       Cascade impactor measurements ofATEN-B    1978     12      2229 2239
2639                                    samples.
       Ionic stability of precipitationATEN-B    1978     12      2343 2349
2640                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      2425 2428
       On the concentration and size distribution of atmospheric sulfat e particles under rural conditions.
2641                                   ATEN-B    1980     14      153    ospheric sulfate particles under rural conditions.
       Discussion of On the concentration and size distribution of atm 154
2642                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      2439 2447
       Plume opacity related to particle mass concentration and size distribution.
2643                                   colored 1978       12
       Visibility in turbid media with ATEN-B illumination.       2455 2459
2644                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      2461 2467
       On the occurrence of photochemical oxidants at high latitudes
2645                                   ATEN-B    1978     12      2519 a and its relationship to long-range transport of
       Discussion of The distribution of atmospheric sulfates in Canad 2524
2646                                   The distribution of atmospheric 2521
       Author's reply to discussion of ATEN-B    1978     12      2519    sulfates in Canada and its relationship to long-r
2647                                    metal    1979     13      267 277
       A five year survey of some heavyATEN-B levels in air at the Belg ian North Sea coast.
2648                                   ATEN-B
       Vapor pressure of ammonium sulfates.      1979     13      307 317
2649                                   ATEN-B    1979     13      327 334
       Estimation of maximum credible atmospheric radioactivity concent rations and dose rates from nuclear test.
2650                                   ATEN-B    1979     13        nitric acid and particulate ammonium nitrate
       A note on the equilibrium relationship between ammonia and 369 371
2651                                   ATEN-B    1979     13      425
       Discussion of Sources of atmospheric particles over Australia
2652                                   Sources 1979       13      426
       Author's reply to discussion of ATEN-B of atmospheric particles over Australia
2653                                   and field studies 13 major 543 552 interferences
       Particulate nitrate: laboratory ATEN-B    1979      of       sampling
2654                                   ATEN-B    1979      of     619    States
       Sulfate concentrations in the southwestern desert 13 the United 627
2655                                   ATEN-B    1979     13      629 638
       Measured and theoretical particle size distribution over industrial and rural locations at Milwaukee; April 1976
2656                                   ATEN-B    1979     13        Chicago
       Comparison of three methods of particulate measurements in 639 643 air
2657                                    range
       Nephelometer estimates of visualATEN-B    1979     13      645 652
2658                                    exploration of the historical data base
       Visibility in the southwest - anATEN-B    1979     13       833 843
2659                                   reference for elemental enrichment factors
       A standard crustal aerosol as a ATEN-B    1979     13       925 930
2660                                   ATEN-B    1979     13       1069 1084
       On the relationship between sulfate air quality and visibility with examples in Los Angeles
2661                                   ATEN-B    1979     13       1061
       Discussion of Heterogeneous SO2-oxidation in the droplet phase 1066
2662                                   ATEN-B    1979     13        isolated
       Observations of aerosol composition and visibility near an 1099 1103 power plant
2663                                   ATEN-B    1979     13       1197 1203
       Boundary layer measurements of the OH radical in the vicinity of an isolated power plant plume: SO2 and NO2 chemic
2664                                   ATEN-B    vicinity 13 the tropopause
       Sulfate and nitrate mixing ratios in the 1979       of      1299 1304
2665                                   ATEN-B    1979     13       1485 1499
       The kinetics of oxidation of sulphur dioxide within the plume from a sulphide smelter in a remote region
2666                                   ATEN-B    1979     13       1535 1545
       The contribution of middle and long range transport of tropospheric photochemical ozone to pollution at a rural si
2667                                   ATEN-B    1979     13       1597 1600
       Short communication - atmospheric aerosol mass concentration and scattering coefficient in a midlake region
2668                                    sulfur 1980       14
       Initial comparison of sure/map3sATEN-B oxide observations 55      long-term regional model predictions
                                                                    with 63
2669                                   ATEN-B    1980     14       71    77
       The relative contribution of fluctuations in relative humidity and particulate concentrations to the variability o
2670                                   ATEN-B    1980
       Sulfuric acid aerosols and HCl release in coastal 14        165 182
                                                           atmospheres: evidence of rapid formation of sulfuric acid partic
2671                                    aerosol 1980
       Composition of size-fractionatedATEN-B             14       185 194
                                                 in Charleston, West Virginia
2672                                   ATEN-B    1980     14
       A time series analysis of aerosol composition measurements 201 215
2673                                   plant     1980     14       227 231
       Mercury partitioning in a power ATEN-B plume and its influence on atmospheric removal mechanisms
2674                                   ATEN-B    1980      a       311
       Investigation of gaseous nitrates in an urban and 14 rural area 316
2675                                   ATEN-B    1980     14       355 365
       An analytical diffusion model for long distance transport of air pollutants
2676                                    eastern 1980 America
       An atmospheric sulfur budget forATEN-B    North    14       409 417
2677                                    inventory for sulfur and nitrogen oxides
       A preliminary Canadian emissionsATEN-B    1980     14       419 428
2678                                   ATEN-B    1980     14       463 472
       Theoretical estimates of the relative importance of various urban sulfate aerosol production mechanisms
2679                                   ATEN-B    1980     14       549 554
       Simultaneous nitric acid,particulate nitrate and acidity measurements in ambient air
2680                                   ATEN-B    1980     14        the 558
       Field measurements of the loss of fertilizer nitrogen into 555 atmosphere as nitrous oxide
2681                                   ATEN-B    1980     14       559   measurements in ambient air
       Evaluation of techniques for suluric particulate strong acidity 563
2682                                    visibility, nephelometer scattering coefficient and sunphotometer turbidity coeff
       Relations between the prevailingATEN-B    1980     14       577 584
2683                                   ATEN-B    1980     14       647 652
       Determination of elemental carbon component of soot in ambient aerosol samples
2684                                   ATEN-B    1980     14       819   in
       On the equilibrium partial pressures of nitric acid and ammonia 828 the atmosphere.
2685                                   ATEN-B    in atmospheric dustfall in Cairo.
       Infrared study of minerals and compounds 1980      14       853 856
2686                                   ATEN-B    1980     14       857 858
       Qualitative analysis of the Harmattan haze by X-ray diffraction.
2687                                   ATEN-B    aerosol particles 879 Chacaltaya, Bolivia.
       The elemental composition of atmospheric 1980      14        at   893
2688                                   ATEN-B    1980     14       1123 1129
       Relationships between visible extinction, absorption and mass concentration of carbonaceous smokes.
2689                                   ATEN-B    1980
       Estimation of atmospheric aerosol refractive index.14       1131 1135
2690                                   ATEN-B    around a 14
       Estimate of wet deposition of pollutants 1980               1197
                                                           point source. 1199
2691                                   ATEN-B    1980     14        the 921
       Optical, chemical and physical properties of aerosols over 911 Antarctic ice sheet.
2692                                   the 213 1980       14       933 945
       Sulphur dioxide measurements on ATEN-B metre tower at Cabauw, the Netherlands.
2693                                   ATEN-B    sulphur oxides in 1027 1054
       Regional source quantification model for 1980      14        Europ e.
2694                                    from     1980     14       1905 1103
       Potential for atmospheric sulfurATEN-B microbiological sulfate re duction.
2695                                   ATEN-B    1980     14
       Smoke as a quantitative atmospheric diffusion tracer.       1119 1121
2696                                   ATEN-B    Poland. 14
       On precipitation acidity in southeastern 1980               1217 1221
2697                                   ATEN-B    1980     14        the 1239
       Photochemistry of COS,CS2,CH3SCH3 and H2S implications for 1223 atmospheric sulfur cycle.
2698                                     elemental composition and 1421 1426
       Short term effect of rainfall onATEN-B    1980     14        size distribution of aerosols in north Florida.
2699                                   ATEN-B    1980      in      1391 1407
       The distribution and transport of sulfate species 14 the New York metropolitan area during the 1977 Summer Aerosol
2700                                   man-made 1980
       Atmospheric sulphur:natural and ATEN-B    sources. 14       1263 1278
2701                                   ATEN-B    1979     13       1617 1622
       The application of ridit analysis to detect trends in visibility
2702                                     ridit   1980     14       1205 s in
       Discussion of The application ofATEN-B analysis to detect trend 1210 visibility.
2703                                   The application of ridit analys 1206
       Authors' reply to discussion of ATEN-B    1980     14       1205 is to detect trends in visibility.
2704                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       140
       A puff-on-cell for computing pollutant transport and diffusion 147
2705                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       153 160
       Estimated effective chimney heights based on rawinsonde observat ions at selected sites in the United States.
2706                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       161 165
       An evaluation of precipitation scavenging rates of background aerosol.
2707                                   JAMO-A    1978      in      166   atmospheric diffusion parameters.
       Concerning the use of routine meteorological data 17 estimating 170
2708                                   JAMO-A    1978     17        a    235
       On the measurement of atmospheric aerosol concentration by 234lidar
2709                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       254 311
       The Livermore regional air quality model: I. Concept and develop ment.
2710                                   JAMO-A    1978
       ADPIC- A three-dimensional particle-in-cell model 17        320 329
                                                           for the disper sal of atmospheric pollutants and its comparison
2711                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       354 357
       Interannual cloud-cover variations in the contiguous United States
2712                                     Los Angeles basin
       Atmospheric turbidity across theJAMO-A    1978     17       428 435
2713                                   St.Louis 1978
       The net radiation budget of the JAMO-A             17
                                                 Metropolitan area 593 599
2714                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       615 626
       Simultaneous aerosol size distribution and turbidity measurements over St.Louis during Metromex 1975
2715                                   JAMO-A    1978     17
       Mesoscale perturbations on airflow in the urban mixing layer677 688
2716                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       689 698
       Thermodynamic properties of aerosol patterns in the plume downwind of St.Louis
2717                                   JAMO-A    1978
       A recent increase in sunshine duration within the 17        819 831
                                                           contiguous United States
2718                                   major     1978      of      832 845
       Tropospheric aerosols from some JAMO-A dust storms 17 the southwestern United States
2719                                   JAMO-A    1978
       A preliminary numerical study into the effects of 17        846 857
                                                           coal development on cloud and precipitation processes in the nor
2720                                   JAMO-A    1978     17        United States
       Intraregional variations of solar radiation in the eastern 1116 1125
2721                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       1357 1367
       Visibility reduction and accompanying aerosol evolution downwind of St. Louis
2722                                   JAMO-A
       Atmospheric turbidity over Canada         1978     17       1368 1374
2723                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       1390 1396
       Geochemical implications of summer monsoonal rainwater composition over India
2724                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       1397 1401
       Comparison of stratospheric trends in temperature, ozone and water vapor in north temperate latitudes
2725                                   JAMO-A    1978     17       1458 1465
       Seasonal and frontal variation in Antarctic aerosol concentrations
2726                                   JAMO-A    1978
       Notes - vertical profiles of condensation nuclei 17         1737 1740
2727                                   atmospheric turbidity measurements in the Los Angeles basin
       Urban-rural solar radiation and JAMO-A    1978     17       1595 1609
2728                                   JAMO-A    thermal pollution: simulation studies with the NCAR general circulation m
       Regional climatic effects of large-scale 1979      18       3     16
2729                                   urban     1979     18       105 116
       Aerosol extinction at 500 nm in JAMO-A and rural air at Milwaukee in April 1976
2730                                   in precipitation. 18
       On the concentration of sulfate JAMO-A    1979              38    147
2731   A global surface albedo model. JAMO-A     1979     18       239 253
2732                                   JAMO-A   1979     18        storm systems.
       Precipitation scavenging of urban pollutants by convective 294 316
2733                                   JAMO-A   1979     18       449 459
       Aitken particle and cloud condensation nucleus fluxes in the plu me from an isolated industrial source.
2734                                   JAMO-A   1979     18       627 633
       An areal and temporal analysis of precipitation in the northeast ern United States.
2735                                    aerosol 1979
       On sizing impacted sulfuric acidJAMO-A            18
                                                particles.        634 637
2736                                   JAMO-A   1979     18       696 699
       Experimental evidence of interhemispheric transport from airborn e carbon monoxide measurements.
2737                                   JAMO-A   1979     18       741 749
       Meteorological transport of particulate material to the South Polar Plateau.
2738                                   JAMO-A   1979     18       750 760
       Non-climatic trends in divisional and state mean temperatures: a case study in Indiana.
2739                                   from historical meteorological data.
       Estimating hourly mixing depths JAMO-A   1979     18       772 780
2740                                   JAMO-A   1979     18       822 825
       Questions concerning the possible influence of anthropogenic CO2 on atmospheric temperature.
2741                                    aerosol 1979
       Measurement of the stratosphericJAMO-A             size distribut ion.
                                                particle 18       855 859
2742                                   JAMO-A   1979     18       861 873
       The assessment of sultriness. Part I: A temperature-humidity ind ex based on human physiology and clothing science
2743                                   JAMO-A   1979      wind, extra ra diation and barometric pressure on apparent tempe
       The assessment of sultriness. Part II: Effects of 18       874 885
2744                                   JAMO-A   1979     18        an   939
       Approximation formulas to calculate infrared extinction by 931 ae rosol having a Junge size distribution.
2745                                   JAMO-A   1979     18       953   Navajo generating station.
       Reexamination of turbidity measurements near Page, Arizona, and 955
2746                                   JAMO-A
       Secular trend in extreme rainfalls?      1979     18       1078 1081
2747                                   JAMO-A   NaCl     18
       Nucleation experiments with monodisperse 1979 aerosols.    1106 1117
2748                                   JAMO-A   1979     18       1165 terrestrial surface.
       Emissivity correction for interpreting thermal radiation from a 1171
2749                                   JAMO-A   1979     18       1172 1181
       Estimating incident solar radiation at the surface from geostati onary satellite data.
2750                                   on Mount 1979
       Condensation nuclei and weather JAMO-A   Kenya. 18         1239 1243
2751                                   JAMO-A   1979     18        ima 1351
       Concerning causes of anomalous gray shades in DMSP visible 1340 gery.
2752                                   JAMO-A   1979      precipitation 1420 regional scales.
       A method for modeling the deposition of sulfur by 18       1415 over
2753                                   JAMO-A   1979      the lower trop osphere - some results of the diagnostic atmosphe
       An examination of regional pollutant structure in 18       1421 1428
2754                                   JAMO-A   1979
       A joint lidar solar radiometer experiment.        18       1649 1655
2755                                   JAMO-A   1979      temperature st ructure and disperson in an urban atmosphere.
       Radiative effects of elevated pollutant layers on 18       53    70
2756                                   JAMO-A   1979     18        and space shuttle operations - climate implications.
       Stratospheric aerosol modification by supersonic transport 78    89
2757                                   JAMO-A   1980      St. Louis, Mis souri.
       Analysis of urban-rural solar radiation data from 19       275 283
2758                                   to residential heating energy co nsumption.
       Heating degree day data applied JAMO-A   1980     19       241 246
2759                                    modeling.
       A review of long-range transportJAMO-A   1980     19       231 239
2760                                   JAMO-A   1980     19       419 425
       Association of non-marine sulfate aerosol with sea breeze circul ation in Tampa Bay.
2761                                    extinction cross 19
       Vertical distribution of aerosolJAMO-A   1980              426 438
                                                          section and in terference of aerosol imaginary index in the trop
2762                                   JAMO-A   1980     19       515 520
       Aerosol particle size distribution (o.1-1.0um) during the Chinoo ks of 1979 over Calgary, Canada.
2763                                   JAMO-A   1980     19       521 533
       Comparison of aerosol at four baseline atmospheric monitoring st ations.
2764                                   JAMO-A   1980     19       633 644
       A model for calculating desert aerosol turbidity over the oceans from geostationary satellite data.
2765                                   JAMO-A   1980     19
       Volcanic contributions to the stratospheric sulfate layer. 683 690
2766                                   by precipitation. 19
       Scavenging of aerosol particles JAMO-A   1980              715 722
2767                                   JAMO-A   1980     18       723 732
       Spectral variation of optical depth at Tucson, Arizona between August 1975 and December 1977.
2768                                   JAMO-A   1980     19       779   power plant.
       Formation of sulfate particles in the plume of the Four Corners 790
2769                                   JAMO-A    1980    19        997 1004
       Initial field measurements of atmospheric absorption at 9-11um wavelengths.
2770                                   JAHS-A    1978
       Marine fog droplets and salt nuclei - Part I.     35        657 664
2771                                   JAHS-A    1978    35        1296
       Post-volcanic stratospheric aerosol decay as measured by lidar. 1303
2772                                   JAHS-A    1978
       A steady-state stratospheric aerosol model.       35        1304 1313
2773                                   JAHS-A    1978     in       1758 1764
       Recent rocketsonde-derived temperature variations 35 the Western hemisphere.
2774                                   JAHS-A    1978    35        2020 2032
       Vertical structure in atmospheric fog and haze and its effect on visible and infrared extinction.
2775                                   JAHS-A    1978    35        2153 2167
       Aerosol size distributions obtained by inversion of spectral opt ical depth measurements.
2776                                   JAHS-A    1979    36        163 173
       Determination of the ground albedo and the index of absorption of atmospheric particulates by remote sensing. Part
2777                                    radiation budget 36
       The first 18 months of planetaryJAHS-A    1979              501 507
                                                          measurements from the Nimbus 6 ERB experiment.
2778                                   JAHS-A    1979    36        1577 1586
       Verification of a linear relation between IR extinction, absorpt ion and liquid water content of fogs.
2779                                   climate. 1979
       Aerosol, cloud reflectivity and JAHS-A            36        1136 1137
2780                                   JAHS-A    1979     infrared 1997 2005
       A perturbative treatment of aerosol scattering of 36         radia tion.
2781                                   JAHS-A    CCN     36        2006 2015
       Measurement of the size distribution and 1979 supersaturation spe ctrum of submicron aerosols over the ocean.
2782                                   JAHS-A    1980    37        1291 1307
       Scattering of radiation by moderately nonspherical particles.
2783                                    with     1980    37        1279 1290
       Radiative transfer through mediaJAHS-A uncertain or variable para meters.
2784                                   JAHS-A    with    37        1327 1341
       Aerosol effects on climate: calculations 1980 time-dependent and steady-state radiative-convective models.
2785   Nitrogen fixation by lightning JAHS-A     1980    37        174 178
2786                                   JAHS-A
       Radiative heating rates for Saharan dust 1980     37        193 213
2787                                   JAHS-A    1980    37         a    881
       Scattering by nonspherical particles of size comparable to 868wavelength: a new semi-empirical theory and its appli
2788                                   JAHS-A    1980    37         and 891
       Properties of Sharav(Khamsin) dust - comparison of optical 882 direct sampling data
2789                                   JAHS-A    1980    37        1342 1357
       Smoke and dust particles of meteoric origin in the mesosphere and stratosphere
2790                                   the Soufriere volcanic eruptions of April 1979
       Lidar observations of dust from JAHS-A    1980    37        1358 1362
2791                                    equation of radiative transfer 1883
       Choosing an approximation to theJAHS-A    1980    37        1880
2792                                   ESTH-A    1980
       Compound forms of fossil fuel fly ash emissions 14          450 456
2793                                   JATP-A    1957     reference195 211
       Visual range in the polar regions with particular Supplement to the Alaskan Arctic.
2794                                   IECH-A
       Atmospheric pollution by heavy industry 1944      36        3
2795                                   Allegheny mountain and the 145 173 of atmospheric sulfate in the northeastern Uni
       Ambient sulfate measurements on ANYA-A    1980    338        question
2796                                   MWRE-A    1943    71        47    48
       Spectral distribution of illumination from a clear sky on a horizontal surface
2797                                   AMGB-A    1975    23        367 408
       Die trubungsverhaltnisse an einer alpinen talstation. Bearbeitungsmethoden und ergebnisse.
2798                                   AMGB-B    1966     alpensudfuss 474
       Uber das verhalten des atmospharischen dunstes am 12        458
2799                                   QJRM-A
       Aerosol and solar radiation in Britain    1972    98        778 797
2800                                   ZMET-A    1976    26        87    93
       Die langjahrigen globalstrahlungsmessungen des hauptobservatoriums Potsdam und ihre nutzung fur die pflanzenproduk
2801                                   AMGB-A    1975    23
       Variation of daily solar radiation in North America during 31     57
                                                                    the extreme months
2802                                    bodenbeobachtungen - die bewolkungsverhaltnisse (bedeckungsgrad>4/8) im gebiet no
       Ein vergleich von satelliten-mitMERU-A    1971    24        112 120
2803                                   MERU-A    1976    29        75    83
       Nebelfeinanalyse mittels zusatzlicher 420 klimastationen taktische analyse 1:2 statt 1:5 mill.
2804                                   MERU-A    1971    24
       Eine bemerkenswerte wolkenanordnung im satellitenbild uber 75     81
                                                                    der Nordsee
2805                                   APOP-A    1974    13        487 492
       Some measurements of the attenuation of solar radiation during BOMEX
2806                                   BPYA-A   1975     48       168 184
       Atmospheric turbidity and sky radiation at maritime environments: Gulf of Mexico and tropical Atlantic
2807                                   AMGB-A
       Trubungsmessungen im Sahel-Geibiet       1975     23       409 413
2808                                   Munchen 1972
       Die sonnenscheinverhaltnisse in MERU-A            2        54    57
2809                                    trubung 1970
       Untersuchung der atmospharischenAMGB-A             und ihrer abhangigkeit von den wetterlagen
                                                in Basel 18       53    82
2810                                   AMGB-A   Mexico City
       Contribution to the turbidity problem in 1970     18       169 186
2811                                   JMSJ-A   1974      -       506 508
       Recent change of atmospheric turbidity over Japan 52 Notes and correspondence
2812                                   JPCA-A   1975     25       638 640
       Trends in concentrations of benzene soluble suspended particulate fraction and benzo(a)pyrene
2813                                   JPRB-A   1980     17       956   growth models
       The moment ratios of particle size distributions in some simple 967
2814                                   applied 1980      338      126 144
       Chemical element balance method ANYA-A to dichotomous sampler data
2815                                   Allegheny Mountain and the 145 173 of atmospheric sulfate in the Northeastern Uni
       Ambient sulfate measurements on ANYA-A   1980     338       question
2816                                   JTEH-F   1980     6        797 810
       Effects of sulfate aerosols in combination with ozone on elimination of tracer particles inhaled by rats
2817                                   GRSL-F   1980     7        85    88
       Effects of different nitrogen fertilizers on emission of nitrous oxide from soil
2818                                   SOSC-A   soils
       Effects of drying and air-dry storage of 1980 on 44        67    70
                                                          their capacity for denitrification of nitrate
2819                                    our environment 19
       Some effects of air pollution onBISN-A   1969              896 897
2820                                   IAOP-B   1967     3        13    17
       On the connection between the condensation activity of irradiated nuclei and their sizes
2821                                   TELL-A   1960     12       63    109
       The yearly circulation of chloride and sulfur in nature; meteorological, geochemical and pedological implications.
2822                                   NASR-F
       Conservation of outdoor bronze sculpture 1976     25       26    30
2823                                    clean   1974     15       51    56
       The use of glass bead peening toBAIC-F large-scale out-door bronze sculpture
2824                                   BAIC-F   1974     14       84    92
       Problems of preservation of out-door bronze sculpture: examination and treatment of THE MEETING OF THE WATERS in S
2825                                   BAMI-A   link
       Correspondence - Aircraft satellite data 1978     59       288 290
2826                                   IDOJ-A   1980     84
       On the atmospheric budget of nitrogen compounds over Europe57    68
2827                                   JALS-B   1972     3        455 460
       The ratio of the extinction coefficient to the mass of atmospheric aerosol particles as a function of the relative
2828                                   JPCA-A   1973     23       704 709
       Application of computer controlled high resolution mass spectrometry to the analysis of air pollutants
2829                                   JAHS-A   1967     24       677   aerosols and test of the theory of self- preservin
       Concentration and size distribution measurements of atmospheric 687
2830                                   SCIE-A   1976     191      77    79
       Spectroscopic observation of acid sulfate in atmospheric particulate samples
2831                                    in nature
       The yearly circulation of sulfurJGRE-A   1963     68       4001 4008
2832                                   JPCA-A   1975      other pollutants in the Los Angeles atmosphere
       Gas-particle distribution factors for organic and 25       1038 1044
2833                                   ANCH-A   1975     47       797 805
       Solvent extraction and organic carbon determination in atmospheric particulate matter: the organic extraction- org
2834                                   Angeles 1952
       Chemistry and physiology of Los IECH-A smog       44       1342 1346
2835                                   JPCA-A   1975     25       1106 1114
       Summary of the California aerosol characterization experiment
2836                                   aerosols 1973 the 7
       Trace element concentrations in ATEN-B   from              107   Bay
                                                          San Francisco 118 area
2837                                   atmospheric sampling of fine particulate matter by filter media--high-volume sampl
       Recommended standard method for JPCA-A   1967     17       17    25
2838                                   SCIE-A   1976     191      852 854
       Surface predominance of trace elements in airborne particles
2839                                   JGRE-A   1969      Equatorial Pacific
       Continental dust in the atmosphere of the Eastern 74       3362 3371
2840                                    of Hawaiian Islands and in Pacific Pelagic sediments
       Eolian origin of quartz in soilsSCIE-A   1969     163      277 279
2841                                   ANCH-A   1969     41       707 713
       Determinations of atmospheric concentrations of sulfuric acid aerosol by spectrophotometry, coulometry, and flame
2842                                   ESTH-A   1976     10       359 363
       Analysis of carbonaceous materials in Southern California atmospheric aerosols
2843   Black and white episodes        AMBI-F   1976     5         157 163
2844                                   ATEN-B   1974     8          detection
       Sulfuric acid/Ammonium sulfate background aerosol: optical 1257 1267 in St. Louis region
2845                                   ESTH-A   1976     10        187 189
       Determination of free carbon collected on high-volume glass fiber filter
2846                                   ATEN-B   1976     10        597 601
       Silicon and aluminum in atmospheric aerosols: Crust-air fractionation?
2847                                   ESTH-A   1973     7
       Effects of exhaust gas temperature and fuel composition on 55     60
                                                                    particulate emission from spark ignition engines
2848                                   ESTH-A   1975     9
       Material balance for automobile-emitted lead in Los Angeles 448 457
2849                                   ESTH-A   1975     9         838 845
       Molecular composition of secondary aerosol and its possible origin
2850                                   ATEN-B   1969     3         249   and
       Size determination of atmospheric phosphate, nitrate, chloride, 255 ammonium particulate in several urban areas
2851                                   IAOP-B   1973     9         73    76
       Certain statistical characteristics of aerosol microstructure in the surface layer of the atmosphere
2852                                   ESTH-A   1976     10        370 373
       Distribution of airborne polycyclic aromate hydrocarbons throughout Los Angeles
2853                                   AMBI-F
       Man's global redistribution of carbon    1979     8         254 259
2854                                   ESTH-A   1974
       Composition of organic constituents in breathable 8          particulate matter near a highway
                                                          airborne 935 942
2855                                   IAPW-A   1965     9         279 290
       The equilibrium size distribution of an aerosol continually reinforced with particles
2856                                   concentration in the vicinity of Urbana-Champaign,Illinois
       Measurement of the ambient lead ATEN-B   1975     9         1000 1006
2857                                   ATEN-B   nitrate particles 629 640
       A method for the detection of individual 1980     14
2858                                   IECH-A
       Adsorption and condensation processes    1964     56        101 109
2859                                   JAMO-A   1980     19        1382 northeastern United States
       Trajectory analysis of summertime sulfate concentrations in the 1394
2860                                   JAHS-A   as a     37         the 1004
       Turbulent mixing within tropopause folds 1980 mechnism for 994 exchange of chemical constituents between the strat
2861                                   ATEN-B   1981     15        541 547
       Atmospheric turbulence and diffusion estimates from observations of a smoke plume.
2862   Modeling future climate.        AMBI-F   1980     9         216 221
2863                                   JAHS-A   1980     37
       Statistical theory of quasi-geostrophic turbulence.         969 977
2864                                   JGRE-A   1980     85        4049 ozone in the lower stratosphere and the implicatio
       General circulation model estimates of the net vertical flux of 4058
2865                                   SCIE-A   1980     208
       Sweden beyond oil: nuclear commitments and solar options 557 563
2866                                   MWRE-A   of high airborne sulfate concentration
       A synoptic case study of elevated layers 1980     108       655 662
2867                                   RGSP-F   1980     18        746   gas
       A comparison of volcanic with other fluxes of atmospheric trace 752 constituents
2868                                   simulation
       A note on Owens' mesoscale eddy JPHO-F   1980     10        804 806
2869                                   AJSC-A   1980
       Small particles in volcanic eruption clouds       280       671 696
2870                                   AMGB-A   1980      the vicinity of jet streams
       Vertical mass and trace constituent transports in 28        193 200
2871                                    climate 1980
       On the simulation of climate andJAHS-A            37        1903 1913
                                                change with general circulation models
2872                                   JAHS-A   as a     37        994   exchange of chemical constituents between the stra
       Turbulent mixing within tropopause folds 1980 mechanism for the 1104
2873   On present-day climatic changes TELL-A   1977     29        193 204
2874                                   for chemical analysis
       The collection of precipitation TELL-A   1978     30        71    82
2875                                   TELL-A   1978     30        83    92
       Seasonal trends of NH4 and SO3 nitrogen isotope composition in rain collect at Julich, Germany
2876                                   TELL-A   1978     30        185 188
       A note on the relation between average age and average transit time in natural reservoirs
2877                                   systems 1978      30        260 271
       On tracer theory in geophysical TELL-A in the steady and non-steady state II. Non-steady state -- theoretical in
2878                                   TELL-A   1978     30        335 340
       Introduction of the characteristic function in stochastic dynamic modelling
2879                                    sources 1979 sinks of two aerosol types
       Simple stochastic models for theTELL-A   and      31        39    51
2880                                   attached 1979
       Direct observations of aerosols TELL-A             31       102 114
                                                 to falling snow crystals
2881                                   TELL-A    between fluxes and reservoir contents in natural systems
       Some consequences of non-proportionality 1979      31       269 278
2882                                   TELL-A    1979     31       421 431
       Error analysis applied to indirect methods for precipitation acidity
2883                                   JGRE-A    1981     86       1129 1139
       Stratospheric hydroxyl radical concentrations: new limitations suggested by observations of gaseous and particulat
2884                                   JGRE-A    1981
       Measurements of nitric oxide after a nuclear burst 86       1167 1173
2885                                   JGRE-A    1981     86       1181 116
       Improved airborne measurements of OH in the atmosphere using the technique of laser-induced fluorescence
2886                                   JAMO-A    Carolina 20
       Atmospheric turbidity over central North 1981               229 241
2887                                   in cool 1967
       Molecular-emission spectroscopy ANAL-A flames      92       506 512
2888                                   TFSO-A    reaction 65 hydrogen atoms with hydrogen sulphide
       Mechanism of S2 chemiluminescence in the 1969       of      1208 1218
2889                                   JCHS-B    photometric GC detector in the sulfur mode
       Some characteristics of the Melpar flame 1970      8        151 154
2890                                   AGMY-A    1980     22        diffuse
       Effects of sky brightness distribution upon penetration of 137 147 radiation through canopy gaps in a deciduous fo
2891                                   TELL-A    1979     31       530 547
       Residence times in reservoirs under non-steady-state conditions: application to atmospheric SO2 and aerosol sulfat
2892                                   WASP-F    1981     15       229 245
       Acidity and conductivity of precipitation on central Long Island, New York in relation to meteorological variables
2893                                   ATEN-B    1979     13       931 934
       An analysis of particulate sulfur and lead gradient data collected at Argonne National Laboratory
2894                                   JAMO-A    1979     18       1495
       A comparison of three methods for measuring mixing-layer height 1499
2895                                   JAMO-A    1979     18       381 382
       Comments on Turbulent exchange coefficients for sensible heat and water vapor under advective conditions
2896                                   BLME-B    1979
       PBL similarity profiles determined from a level-2 17        333 351
                                                           turbulence- closure model
2897                                   JAMO-A    model
       A Gaussian moment-conservation diffusion 1979      18       1406 1414
2898                                   JAMO-A    1980     19       1209 1222
       Estimates of surface heat flux from sodar and laser scintillation measurements in the unstable boundary layer
2899                                   JAMO-A    1979     18       781 786
       A critical evaluation of a simple mixed-layer model with penetrative convection
2900                                   JAMO-A    1979     18
       Prediction of the nocturnal surface inversion height        526 531
2901                                   ATEN-B    in the United States and southern Canada east of the Rocky Mountains
       Annual anthropogenic pollutant emissions 1980      14       961 970
2902                                   BAMI-A    1979      a       28    31
       An information storage and retrieval system using 60 mini- computer
2903                                   SCIE-A    Louis
       Rainfall changes in summer caused by St. 1979      205      402 404
2904                                   TELL-A    1980      of      251 260
       Particle size distribution and optical properties 32 Arctic haze
2905                                   BLME-B    1981
       A nonstationary nocturnal drainage flow model      20       309 320
2906                                   JAMO-A    1981     20       242 249
       Lagrangian and Eulerian time-scale relations in the daytime boundary layer
2907   The Laskin aerosol generator    JTEH-F    1978     4        661 670
2908                                    coefficient of atmospheric aerosol particles in terms of measurable bulk properti
       Approximation for the absorptionJCIS-A    1976     2        155 158
2909                                   STRH-A    1980     40             13
       Deposition of hygroscopic atmospheric aerosol particles in 9the human respiratory tract
2910                                   ATEN-B    1980     14
       Measurements of gaseous lead alkyls in polluted atmospheres 89    98
2911                                   MIAC-A    1979
       Bestimmungsmethode gasformiger Kohlenwasserstoffe 2         131 142
                                                           in Aubenluft mit mobiler sammelapparatur
2912                                    size     1980     11       189 200
       Accurate measurements of aerosolJALS-B distribution - I.Theory of a plate condenser for bipolar mobility analysis
2913                                    of tropospheric aerosol particles.
       Physico-Chemical property modelsBPYA-A    1977     51       129 138
2914                                   TELL-A    1979     31       478   salts
       Aerosol size and relative humidity: water uptake by mixtures of 486
2915                                   IJEC-F    1979     7        161   the
       Collection and analysis of rainwater; experimental problems and 176 interpretation of results
2916                                    size     1980     11       201 212
       Accurate measurements of aerosolJALS-B distribution - II. Construction of a new plate condenser electric mobility a
2917                                   ESTH-A   base     13       1513 1522
       Atmospheric fallout in the vicinity of a 1979 metal smelter at Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada
2918   Liming acid lakes in Sweden     AMBI-F   1980     9        34    36
2919                                   TELL-A   1968     3        435 442
       Investigation on the incorporation of sulfur-dioxide into fog- and rain-droplets
2920                                   SCTE-F   1979     13
       The size distribution of the urban aerosol in Vienna       245 261
2921                                   JGRE-A   1980     85       4481 4486
       Observations on acidity in continental and in marine atmospheric aerosols and in precipitation
2922                                   JCIS-A   1978     63       297   in
       Optical size determination for single cubic particles suspended 303 a laser beam
2923                                    fields 1900
       The duration of the British coalNATU-A            62       124 125
2924   Colours of the sea and sky      NATU-A   1910     83       48    49
2925                                   ANYA-A   1980     338      434 452
       The fate of particulate emissions from an isolated power plant in the oil sands area of western Canada
2926                                   SCIE-A
       Heavy methanes as atmospheric tracers    1976     191      1048 1050
2927                                   GRSL-F   1981     8        163
       The arrival of the mount St. Helens erruption cloud over Europe 166
2928                                   CLCH-F   1980     2        226 247
       Estimates of gross and net fluxes of carbon between the biosphere and the atmosphere from biomass burning
2929                                    photochemical processes in the 434
       Evidence of the role of indirectJALS-B   1973     4        429   formation of atmospheric sulphate particulate
2930                                   JAMO-A   1973               realistic model atmospheres. Part I: Non-absorbing aero
       Effect of aerosols on the transfer of solar energy through 601 615
2931                                   JAHS-A   solar    31       118   earth's atmosphere
       A parameterization for the absorption of 1974 radiation in the 133
2932                                    radiation to maximum visibility at Blue Hill observatory
       Relationship of normal incidenceMWRE-A   1957     85       121 123
2933                                   MWRE-A
       Northern hemisphere airstream regions    1981     109      255 270
2934                                   JALS-B   1971     2        305 314
       New results in background aerosol studies from the atlantic expedition of the R.V.Meteor, spring 1969
2935                                   APOP-A   1977     16       2628 2630
       Relationship between particle size and imaginary refractive index in atmospheric dust
2936                                   cluster 1979
       Electromagnetic scattering by a APOP-A of spheres 18       116 120
2937                                   APOP-A   1979      of      121   with a nephelometer
       Measurement of the Rayleigh scattering properties 18 some gases 125
2938                                   sensing 1979      18       126 130
       Analytical inversions in remote APOP-A of particle size distributions. 3: Angular and spectral scattering in the
2939                                   APOP-A   1979
       Scaterring of focused beams by tenuous particles 18        294 302
2940                                   APOP-A   1979     18       705 711
       Optimization of response functions of light scattering instruments for size evaluation of aerosol particles
2941                                   APOP-A   1979     18       593
       Long-path high-resolution atmospheric transmission measurements: comparison with Lowtran 3B predictions; authors'
2942                                   APOP-A   1979     18
       Sunlight glitter on a wind-ruffled sea: further studies    842 849
2943                                   APOP-A   1979     18        in   983
       Scattered radiation from a gradient particulate atmosphere 978 the presence of a totally absorbing earth
2944                                    of lead 1980
       Atmospheric long range transportTELL-A            32
                                                to Denmark        42    47
2945                                   TELL-A   1980     32        Western Germany
       Evaluation of ammonia fluxes into the free atmosphere over 48    55
2946                                   TELL-A   1980     32       548   scale aerosol sulfur transport across Sweden
       Interelement and multi-station concentration evidence for large 557
2947                                   and spectral extinction measurements to recover aerosol size spectra
       Inversion of optical scattering APOP-A   1979     18       988 993
2948                                    measuring the coefficients of light scattering and extinction for ambient aerosol
       Portable cell for simultaneouslyAPOP-A   1979     18       1009 1018
2949                                   APOP-A   1979     18       1180 1189
       Resonance in electromagnetic scattering by objects with negative absorption
2950                                    by molecules embedded in spheres with radii up to several multiples of the wavele
       Raman and fluorescent scatteringAPOP-A   1979     18       1172 1179
2951                                   APOP-A   objects 18
       Scattering by inhomogeneous nonspherical 1979              1190 1197
2952                                   APOP-A   and      18
       NBS reference hazemeter: its development 1979 testing      1619 1626
2953                                   APOP-A   1979     18
       Optical particle sizing for in situ measurements Part 1    1632 1645
2954                                   single-particle scattering 1653 1658
       Analysis of suspended solids by APOP-A    1979    18
2955                                   APOP-A    1979    18
       Optical particle sizing for in situ measurements Part 2     1646 1652
2956                                   APOP-A    1979    18
       Atmospheric scattering corrections to solar radiometry      1941 1949
2957                                   scattering on solar radiation in the troposphere and stratosphere
       Effects of anisotropic multiple APOP-A    1979    18        1955 1960
2958                                   APOP-A    1979     particle 2099 and refractive index: erratum
       Opacity of black smoke: calculated variation with 18         size
2959                                   APOP-A
       Sulfuric acid in KBr pellet spectroscopy 1979     18        2353 2355
2960                                   APOP-A    1979    18
       Photoacoustic investigation of urban aerosol particles      2528 2532
2961                                   APOP-A    1979    18        2466 2469
       Mathematical inversion of angular multiple light scattering data
2962                                    suspensions of inhomogeneous nonspherical particles
       Light scattering by polydisperseAPOP-A    1979    18        2672 2678
2963                                    means    1979     fibers and silicon detectors
       Solar irradiance measurements byAPOP-A of optical 18        2902 2904
2964                                   APOP-A    1979    18
       Lidar system applied in atmospheric pollution monitoring 2998 3003
2965                                   APOP-A    1979    18        3328 3331
       Scattering of 0.627 -um light from spheroidal 2-um cladosphorium and cubical 4-um NaCl particles
2966                                   APOP-A    1979    18        3489 3493
       Mie theory calculations: new progress, with emphasis on particle sizing
2967                                   APOP-A    1979    18        3494 3501
       Polydisperse-particle-size-distribution function determined from intensity profile of angularly scattered light
2968                                   APOP-A    1979    18
       Remote sensing of snow albedo for determination of dustfall 3574 3578
2969                                   sensing 1979      18        3595 3598
       Analytical inversions in remote APOP-A of particle size distributions. 4: Comparison of Fymat and Box-McKellar so
2970                                   APOP-A    1979    18        3599 3601
       Relationship between two analytic inversion formulae for multispectral extinction data
2971                                   APOP-A    statically suspended particles
       Image dissector for size and position of 1979     18        3602 3609
2972                                   APOP-A    1979     atmospheric dusts
       Christiansen effect in IR spectra of soil-derived 18        3610 3614
2973                                   APOP-A    1979    18        3783 3797
       Methodology for error analysis and simulation of lidar aerosol measurements
2974                                   APOP-A    1979
       Light scattering by inhomogeneous particles       18        3888 3889
2975                                   APOP-A    1979
       Infrared emissivity of single water droplets      18        4065 4066
2976                                   APOP-A    parameters with forward-scattering techniques
       Estimation of particle size distribution 1979     18        4173 4177
2977                                    of gaseous H2SO4 17
       Infrared absorption coefficientsAPOP-A    1978     and SO3 975 977
2978                                   APOP-A
       Photogrammetry of the solar aureole       1978    17        1120 1124
2979                                   sensing 1978      17        1675 1678
       Analytical inversions in remote APOP-A of particle size distributions. 1: Multispectral extinctions in the anomal
2980                                   and photoelectric 17
       Comparison between photographic APOP-A    1978              1977 1978
                                                          measurements of the solar aureole almucantar radiance
2981                                   APOP-A    the     17         of   2621
       Estimation of atmospheric turbidity from 1978 burned traces 2617the Campbell-Stokes sunshine recorder
2982                                   APOP-A    1978     matrices 2700 nonspherical particles
       Experimental determinations of Mueller scattering 17         for 2710
2983                                   APOP-A    1978    18        2900 2908
       Forwardscattering corrections for optical extinction measurements in aerosol media. I: Monodispersions
2984                                   smoke     1978
       Optical properties of cigarette APOP-A aerosols   17        3030 3031
2985                                   APOP-A    1978    19        3019 3021
       Narrow resonance structure in the Mie scattering characteristics
2986                                    particle scattering
       Effects of asphericity on singleAPOP-A    1978    17        3152 3158
2987                                   APOP-A    1978    17
       Nonspherical extinction and absorption efficiencies         3159 3168
2988                                   APOP-A    1978    17        3169 3176
       Forwardscattering corrections for optical extinction measurements in aerosol media. 2: Polydispersions
2989                                    uv radiation from an internal source
       Atmospheric scattering of middleAPOP-A    1978    17        3216 3225
2990                                    to dexcribe scattering by 3851 3852
       Validity of modifying Mie theoryAPOP-A    1978    17         nonspherical particles
2991                                   APOP-A   1978     17        3922 3929
       Effects of particulate complex refractive index and particle size distribution variations on atmospheric extinctio
2992                                   APOP-A   1978     17
       Continuous wave lidar measurement of atmospheric visibility 265 271
2993                                   APOP-A   He-Ne    17
       Atmospheric extinction measurements of a 1978 laser         285 288
2994                                   APOP-A   1977     16
       Asymptotic nature of grass canopy spectral reflectance      1151 1156
2995                                   APOP-A   absorption: Mie scattering theory
       Resonances in the efficiency factors for 1978     17        491 496
2996                                   APOP-A   1978     17        614 620
       Four-component polarization measurement of lidar atmospheric scattering
2997                                   APOP-A   1978     17        797   particles
       Rayleigh-Gans-Debye applicability to scattering by nonspherical 803
2998                                   APOP-A   1978     17        804   6328 A
       Backscattering cross sections for hydrometeors: measurements at 806
2999                                   APOP-A   from     17        818 826
       Comparison of measured 3.8 um scattering 1978 naturally occuring aerosols with that predicted by measured particle
3000                                   APOP-A   compact double monochromator
       Diffuse-direct ultraviolet ratios with a 1978     17        827 836
3001                                   APOP-A   1977
       Ripple structure of the extinction coefficient    16        281 282
3002                                   APOP-A   1977     16
       Atmospheric turbidity and the circumsolar radiation         341 344
3003                                   APOP-A   1977     16        777 778
       Scattering functions of nonspherical dielectric and absorbing particles vs. Mie theory
3004                                   focused 1977
       Single particle scattering with APOP-A laser beams16        1104 1107
3005                                   APOP-A   1977      cw       1128
       Atmospheric visibility measurement by a modulated 16 lidar: comments
3006                                   APOP-A   1977      aerosols 1598 1605
       Infrared extinction spectra of some common liquid 16
3007                                   absorption with a 16
       In-situ measurements of aerosol APOP-A   1977                cw   1764
                                                          resonant 1762laser spectrophone
3008                                   APOP-A   1977     16        2231 2235
       Investigation of structure and dynamics of aerosol inhomogeneities in the ground layer of the atmosphere
3009                                   APOP-A   1977     16        2414 derived aerosols
       Atmospheric extinction between 0.55 um and 10.6 um due to soil- 2418
3010                                   APOP-A   1977     16        2422 2426
       Spectral characteristics of image quality for imaging horizontally through the atmosphere
3011                                   APOP-A   1980     19        A182
       Suggested modification to the total volume molecular scattering coefficient in LOWTRAN
3012                                   APOP-A   1980     19        11
       Over-the-horizon optical propagation in a maritime environment 30
3013                                   moving   1980
       Scattering of a focused beam by APOP-A particles 19         256 262
3014                                    IR near 1980
       Absorption continuum in the nearAPOP-A   1 um     19        480 482
3015                                   APOP-A   1980      to       578   ratio in aerosols
       Photoacoustic determination of optical absorption 19 extinction 581
3016                                   APOP-A   1980     19        838 839
       Sky radiance at wavelengths between 7 and 14 um: measurement, calculation, and comparison with LOWTRAN-4 predictio
3017                                   APOP-A   1980     19
       Light scattering by randomly oriented spheroidal particles 962 974
3018                                   APOP-A   1980     19         particles
       Some chemical, physical, and optical properties of fly ash 975 983
3019                                    contribution to tropospheric and stratospheric photodissociation fluxes
       Improved model of Mie scatteringAPOP-A   1980     19        1230 1232
3020                                    atmospheric aerosol particles with electrooptical nephelometry
       Characterization of nonsphericalAPOP-A   1980     19        1345 1348
3021                                   APOP-A   1980     19        1349 1352
       Measurements of the humidification processes of hydroscopic particles
3022                                   APOP-A   for      19        1573 1581
       Differential light scattering photometer 1980 rapid analysis of single particles in flow
3023                                   APOP-A   1980     19        1740 1741
       Direct visual photometric technique for estimating absorption in collected aerosol samples
3024                                   APOP-A   1980     19         atmosphere
       New determination of Raleigh scattering in the terrestrial 1773 1775
3025                                   APOP-A   1980      for determining particle-size distribution
       Improvements to the spectral transparency methode 19        1787 1793
3026                                   APOP-A   1980     19        1891
       Mass extinction coefficients estimated for nonabsorbing spherical aerosol particles in the geometric scattering re
3027                                   APOP-A   1980      atmospheric dusts: addenda
       Christiansen effect in IR spectra of soil-derived 19        1892
3028                                    of aerosol absorption to extinction coefficient
       In situ measurement of the ratioAPOP-A   1980     19        1893 1894
3029                                   APOP-A   the      19        1895
       Silver mirrors protected with yttria for 1980 .5-14-um region
3030                                   APOP-A   1980
       Scattering and absorption by thin flat aerosols 19          2066 2071
3031                                   APOP-A   1980     19        2487 2488
       Nonzero subsurface irradiance reflectance at 670 nm from Lake Ontario water masses
3032                                   APOP-A   1980     19        2524 2528
       Pollution plume transport and diffusion studies using fluorescence lidar
3033                                   function 1980
       Determination of the scattering APOP-A            19        2651 2652
                                                of atmospheric aerosols with a telephotometer
3034                                    particles
       Extinction of active and passiveAPOP-A   1980     19        2655 2656
3035                                   APOP-A   1980     19        2873 coefficient in LOWTRAN: comment
       Suggested modification to the total volume molecular scattering 2874
3036                                   APOP-A   1980     19        2977 2985
       Extinction of light by highly nonspherical strongly absorbing colloidal particles: spectrophotometric determinati
3037                                   St. Helens dust layers over Urbana, Illinois
       Lidar observations of the Mount APOP-A   1980     19        A192
3038                                   APOP-A   1980     19        3039 3041
       Predicted scattering by spheroids: comparison of approximate and exact methods
3039                                    single 1980      19        3370 3372
       Refractive-index measurements ofAPOP-A micron-sized carbon particles
3040                                    using   1980     19        3441
       Atmospheric particulate analysisAPOP-A angular light scattering 3448
3041                                   APOP-A   1980     19        2482 2483
       Polydisperse-particle-size-distribution function determined from intensity profile of angularly scattered light: a
3042                                   APOP-A   1980     19        3469 3480
       Characteristics of skylight at the zenith during twilight as indicators of atmospheric turbidity. 1: Degree of pol
3043                                   APOP-A   1980     19
       Anomalous refractive index of submicron-sized particulates 3724 3727
3044                                   JALS-B   1974
       Relative humidity and the adhesion of atmospheric 5         235 240
                                                          particles to the plates of imapactors
3045                                   JALS-B   1975     6
       Die simulation von reduzierten sichtweiten im laboratorium 73     95
3046                                   JALS-B   1976     7         103 140
       The background level of the summer tropospheric aerosol, sulphur dioxide and ozone over Greenland and the north At
3047                                   JALS-B   used     6         147 156
       Light scattering functions for particles 1975 in the determination of smoke plume concentration
3048                                   JALS-B   1975
       Visual range and size of atmospheric particles    6         335 347
3049                                   JALS-B   1977     8          geometrischer grosse bei aerosolteilchen der bodennahen
       Untersuchungen uber den zusammenhang zwischen optisher und 281 287
3050                                   JALS-B   1971     2         261 274
       Study of passivation of condensation growth of drops of water and salt solutions
3051                                   JALS-B   1972     30        95
       The optical particle counter: cross-sensitivity and coincidence 111
3052                                   JALS-B   1972
       A classification for gas to aerosol conversions 3           149 152
3053                                   JALS-B   1972     3         289 296
       Information theory applied to the acquisition of size distributions
3054                                    particles in moist air
       The behaviour of sodium chlorideJALS-B   1971     2         325 329
3055                                    visible 1972
       Computation of the extinction ofJALS-B            3         377 386
                                                radiation by atmospheric aerosol particles as a function of the relative
3056                                    chemistry of aerosols
       A note on the development of theJALS-B   1971     2         389 392
3057                                   JALS-B   1971     2          computer
       Mie scattering of electromagnetic radiation by a sphere: a 417 423 program
3058                                   JALS-B   1973
       Coagulation and size distribution of condensation 4aerosols 1     15
3059                                   JALS-B   1973
       Measurement of the background atmospheric aerosol 4         179 181
3060                                   JALS-B   airborne 4
       Measurement of the mass concentration of 1973               245 251
                                                          dust in coal mines by light-scattering
3061                                   JALS-B   1973     4          photo-oxidation of sulphur dioxide
       Some experimental observations of aerosol formation in the 473 483
3062                                   irregularly shaped diamond 91
       The turbidity of suspensions of JALS-B   1974     5               99
                                                                    particles
3063                                   APOP-A   1975
       Lidar polarization studies of the troposphere     14        2158 2168
3064                                   APOP-A   1975      of       2486 2491
       Fourier representation of the energy distribution 14 an electromagnetic field scattered by spherical particles
3065                                   APOP-A    1976     15        384 393
       Polarized light scattered from monodisperse randomly oriented nonspherical aerosol particles: measurements
3066                                   a spherical polydispersion 1996coated spheres
       Electromagnetic scattering from APOP-A    1976     15         of   1999
3067                                   and refractive index by varying 2111 wavelength
       Remote sensing of particle size APOP-A    1976     15        2105 the
3068                                     and the 1976
       Photograhic aureole measurementsAPOP-A              of       2457 2463
                                                 validity 15 aerosol single scattering
3069                                   APOP-A    light    15         2:   2467
       What property of a haze is determined by 1976 scattering? 2464Nonuniform particles of arbitrary shape
3070                                   JALS-B    1976     7         255 259
       The mathematical expression of the size distribution of atmospheric aerosols
3071                                     of angular scattering from atmospheric aerosols
       In situ photometric observationsAPOP-A    1976     15        2520 2533
3072                                   JALS-B    1971     2         73    79
       Untersuchungen zur frage des wachstums von inhalierten aerosolteilchen im atemtrakt
3073                                   size distribution 15
       Determination of moments of the APOP-A    1976                in
                                                           function 2610scattering by polydispersions
3074   Thin layer brown haze           JALS-B    1977     8         21    29
3075                                   JALS-B    1977     8          valley
       On the origin of aerosol in an agricultural area of the po 231 236
3076                                     droplets as a function of 265 271 humidity
       Growth of aqueous sulphuric acidJALS-B    1975     6          relative
3077                                   APOP-A    1975
       Ground illumination from a turbid cloudless sky 14           67    75
3078                                     scattering contributions to the lidar observation: a method
       Separation of dust and molecularAPOP-A    1975     14        1917 1923
3079                                   APOP-A    1975     14
       Optical effects of the 1974 stratospheric dust cloud         1751 1752
3080                                   Ocean,    1981      S to 70 degrees N
       Precipitation over the Atlantic MWRE-A 30 degrees 109        554 563
3081                                   MWRE-A    degrees S to 60 degrees N
       Precipitation over the Pacific Ocean, 30 1979      107       896 910
3082                                   CO bands 1980
       Simultaneous presence of O3 and TELL-A             32
                                                 in the troposphere 456 463
3083                                   MWRE-A    1981     109       244 254
       Tropospheric mean temperature and its relationship to the oceans and atmospheric aerosols
3084   The Kelvin equation - a review JALS-B     1972     3         199 210
3085                                     observations in the 6.3 um water vapor band
       Wind determination from Nimbus 5JAMO-A    1980     19        409 418
3086                                   RSEE-A    1981     11        37    55
       Influence of illumination and viewing geometry and atmospheric composition on the tasseled cap transformation of l
3087                                   MWRE-A    1981     109       384
       A numerical model of the formation and evolution of a low-level 390jet
3088                                     on remote sensing of vegetation parameters
       Effect of atmospheric conditionsRSEE-A    1980     10        87    99
3089                                   BAMI-A
       First sounding results from VAS-D         1981     62        232 236
3090                                     radiation by the 62
       Attenuation of terrestrial solarBAMI-A    1981                of   243
                                                           eruption 241 Mt.St.Helens
3091                                   BAMI-A    1981
       Observations of the Mt. St. Helens ash cloud over 62         237 240
                                                           the Atantic Ocean
3092                                     variability
       Observations of solar irradianceSCIE-A    1981     211       700 702
3093                                   SCIE-A    eastern United States 705
       On the sources of summertime haze in the 1981      211       703
3094                                   SCIE-A    pollutant uptake by plants
       Relative humidity: important modifier of 1981      211       167 168
3095   It is people who use energy     SCIE-A    1981     211       481
3096   Rate of reaction of OH with HNO3JGRE-A    1981     86        1105 1112
3097                                     components in the marine atmosphere of Samoa
       Seawater and nonseawater aerosolJGRE-A    1981     86        3187 3193
3098                                   JGRE-A    1981     86        3236 and
       Optical properties of the crustal aerosol: relation to chemical 3246 physical characteristics
3099                                   JGRE-A    1981     86
       On the angular variation of solar reflectance of snow        465 472
3100                                   APOP-A    1977     16        654 659
       Aerosol distributions in maritime air and predicted scattering coefficients in the infrared
3101                                   SCIE-A    1981
       Acid lakes from natural and anthropogenic causes 211         446 448
3102                                   APOP-A    1973     12
       Optical constants of concentrated aqueous ammonium sulfate 1389 1390
3103                                   SCIE-A
       Volcanic activity and climatic changes    1980     207      1041 1044
3104                                   JAHS-A    1962     19       182 188
       Direct absorption of solar radiation by atmospheric water vapor, carbon dioxide and molecular oxygen
3105                                    in the 1980
       Temporal and spatial differencesSCTE-F elemental 11         113 128
                                                           composition of atmospheric aerosols
3106                                   APOP-A    1965     4         visible and infrared light
       Scattering properties of concentric soot-water spheres for 1504 1509
3107                                   RGSP-F    1980     18        monitoring of atmospheric aerosols
       A survey of light-scattering techniques used in the remote 341 360
3108                                   SPUS-B    1968
       Optical investigations of atmospheric aerosol      11       353 380
3109                                   SREN-A    1978      at       and 148
       Direct visible spectra and aerosol optical depths 21 urban 139 rural locations during the summer of 1975 at Milwau
3110                                    Sahara 1976       15       2471
       Satellite measurement of mass ofAPOP-A dust in the atmosphere 2479
3111                                   JGRE-A    1979     84       7847 7856
       Turbidity of the atmosphere determined from satellite: calculation of optimum viewing geometry
3112                                   reflection properties of four vegetated surfaces
       Measured spectral bidirectional APOP-A    1978     17       253 259
3113                                    properties of vegetated surfaces on atmospheric radiance and its polarization
       Influence of measured reflectionAPOP-A    1978     17       260 264
3114                                   APOP-A    1978     17       1631 1636
       Removal of atmospheric effects from satellite imagery of the oceans
3115                                   APOP-A    1978
       Water vapor: spectral transmission at wavelengths 17        2114 2118
                                                           between 0.7 um and 1 um
3116                                   APOP-A    polarization measurements at right angles to the solar direction
       Information content of sky intensity and 1978      17       2153 2161
3117                                   aerosols 1978
       Extinction of ir wavelengths by APOP-A             17
                                                 in coastal fog    2138 2140
3118                                   APOP-A    transfer 17
       Singel-scattering solution for radiative 1978               3431 3438
                                                           through a turbid atmosphere
3119                                   APOP-A    1978     17
       Atmospheric degradation of electrooptical system performance3915 3921
3120                                   APOP-A    1979     18       994   effect on albedo
       Reflected irradiance indicatrices of natural surfaces and their 1008
3121                                   APOP-A    1979     18       3587 3594
       Atmospheric modeling for space measurements of ground reflectances, including bidirectional properties
3122                                   APOP-A    between crop configuration, sun elevation, and azimuth angle
       Wheat spectral reflectance: interactions 1979      18       3730 3732
3123                                   APOP-A    composite scene reflectance of row crops
       Plant canopy information extraction from 1979      18       3775 3782
3124                                   APOP-A    1980     19       1338 1344
       Optical properties of the atmosphere: calculated variability and application to satellite remote sensing of phytop
3125                                   APOP-A    1980     19        of   1337
       Effect of molecular anisotropy on the intensity and degree 1333polarization of light scattered from model atmospher
3126                                   APOP-A    in vegetation canapies 2811
       Simulation of solar radiation absorption 1980      19       2801
3127                                   MWRE-A
       Blue Hill meteorological observatory      1914     42       183
3128                                   MWRE-A    1918
       Volcanic eruptions and solar radiation intensities 46       355 356
3129                                   MWRE-A    1935
       Intensity of solar radiaion at the surface of the 63        1     variations with latitude, altitude, season and tim
                                                           earth and its 4
3130                                   MWRE-A    water    64       377
       Corrections to atmospheric turbidity and 1936 vapor values as computed from solar radiation intensity measurement
3131                                   MWRE-A    1924     52       527 529
       Variations in solar radiation intensities measured at the surface of the earth
3132                                   rain
       There is more to Acid Rain than SCIE-A    1981     211      692 693
3133                                    mass     1936     64
       Introduction to the study of airMWRE-A analysis (review)    377 378
3134                                   MWRE-A    1936     64       1
       Determination of atmospheric turbidity and water vapor content 5
3135                                   MWRE-A    1937     65       323 326
       On some properties of the water-vapor spectrum and their relations to atmospheric radiation
3136                                   Bureau    1937     65       415 441
       Review of United States Weather MWRE-A solar radiation investigations
3137                                   MWRE-A    at the surface of 338 earth in the United States
       Variation in solar radiation intensities 1939      67        the 340
3138                                   MWRE-A    1940     68
       The variability of the thermoelectric pyrheliometer factor 339 344
3139                                   MWRE-A   1943     71       47     48
       Spectral distribution of illumination from a clear sky on a horizontal surface
3140                                   MWRE-A   1954     82
       Methods of calculating solar radiation values at Blue Hill 43     47
                                                                    observatory, Milton, Massachusetts
3141                                   MWRE-A   1953     81       11
       An alignment chart for atmospheric transmission of solar radiation
3142                                   MWRE-A   U.S.     82       219 227
       Pyrheliometer calibration program of the 1954 Weather Bureau
3143                                   MWRE-A   1954
       Bibliography of Scientific papers by I.F. Hand    82       48
3144                                   MWRE-A
       Silver disk pyrheliometer simplified     1955     83       33     37
3145                                   MWRE-A   1955      normal incidence on the surface of the earth
       Variations in the intensity of solar radiation at 83       101 103
3146                                   MWRE-A
       Opacity of the sky after July 1953       1956     84       301 304
3147                                   MWRE-A   1962     90       241 244
       Some normal incidence solar radiation observations during the IGY
3148                                   MWRE-A   1960     88       25     35
       Mean monthly values of precipitable water over the United States, 1946-1956
3149                                    Wexler 1963      91       475
       Contributions in Memory of HarryMWRE-A and Bibliography of the 481publications of Harry Wexler
3150                                    of solar altitude and azimuth 18
       A nomogram for the determinationMWRE-A   1959     87       15
3151                                    synoptic-scale air pollution episode
       SMS/GOES visible images detect aMWRE-A   1976     104      1624 1625
3152                                   BEGO-A   1965     74       199 206
       The spectral extinction of the atmospheric aerosol by mie particles with different Gaussian distributions
3153                                   ATEN-B   the      15       403 406
       Technical note - An attempt to interpret 1981 humidity dependencies of the aerosol extinction and scattering coeffi
3154                                   AIHA-A   1969      pollution
       The direct optical measurement of atmospheric air 30       500 509
3155                                   dependent extinction coefficient of the atmospheric aerosol on visibility and its
       The influence of the wavelength AIHA-A   1980     41       748 757
3156                                   JALS-B   1980     11       253    functions of the relative humidity
       New results about the sizes of atmospheric aerosol particles as 254
3157                                   APOP-A   1977     16
       Aerosol particles: remarks on the optical properties       2651 2653
3158   The global sulphur cycle        BECL-F   1976     22       89     134
3159                                   PAGY-A   1978     116      293 301
       Effects of organic aerosol constituents on extinction and absorption coefficients and liquid water contents of fog
3160                                   PAGY-A   1977      aerosol particles: a summary of measured data
       Mean bulk densities of samples of dry atmospheric 115      799 803
3161                                   BPYA-A   1981     54       57     72
       Equilibrium size of aerosol particles and relative humidity: new experimental data from various aerosol types and
3162                                   Africa
       Atmospheric turbidity over West BPYA-A   1980     53       414 429
3163                                   JAHS-A   1981     38       871 876
       An experimental test of a theoretical model to determine the rate at which freely falling water drops scavenge SO2
3164                                   JAHS-A   1981      scavenging by 870
       A sensitivity study of a theoretical model of SO2 38       856    water drops in air
3165                                   JAMO-A   1981      lower troposphere over northern Europe
       Measurements of aerosol size distributions in the 20       1119 1128
3166                                   coal-burning power plant plumes 120
       Atmospheric oxidation of SO2 in INHQ-F   1963              113
                                                         March-April
3167                                   ATEN-B   1975     9        315 319
       A simple photometric determination of sulphuric acid aerosol
3168                                    the atmosphere 48
       Conversion of sulphur dioxide inANCH-A   1976              297 300
3169                                   sulfate 1979      13       157 167
       Conversion of sulfur dioxide to ATEN-B during the Da Vinci flights
3170                                   ATEN-B   1979      atmospheric particulates
       Simple method for microgram amounts of sulfate in 13       303 306
3171                                   ESTH-A   1976     12       1276 1279
       Use of benzaldehyde as a selective solvent for sulfuric acid: interferences by sulfate and sulfite salts
3172                                    the response characteristics of SO2 and NOx analyzer systems: Aircraft plume disp
       The effect of sample humidity onJPCA-A   1978     28       26     29
3173                                   of submicron ammonium sulfate and ammonium hydrogen sulfate aerosols
       Generation and characterization ATEN-B   1978     12       1623 1629
3174                                    sulfur 1978      12       67
       Processing limiting oxidation ofESTH-A dioxide in stack plumes 73
3175                                   ANCH-A   1977     49       1579 1584
       Silver-110 microgram sulfate analysis for the short time resolution of ambient levels of sulfur aerosol
3176                                   ATEN-B   1975     9        825 829
       An airborne system for the sampling and analysis of sulphur dioxide and atmospheric aerosols
3177                                   conversion in the 14
       Measurements of gas-to-particle ATEN-B   1980              99    116
                                                          plumes from five coal-fired electric power plants
3178                                   JPCA-A    Mt.     30       904 905
       Preliminary airborne observations of the 1980 St. Helens eruption
3179                                   ANCH-A   1980     52       2218 particle induced X-ray emission
       Comments on Inaccuracies encountered in sulfur determination by 2219
3180                                   ATEN-B    ozone   15       73    82
       Particle emissions and the production of 1981 and nitrogen oxides from the burning of forest slash
3181                                    for seeding winter orographic clouds
       Comments on Generalized criteriaJAMO-A   1980     19       906 907
3182                                   SCIE-A   1981     211      816 818
       Airborne studies of the emissions from the volcanic eruptions of Mount St. Helens
3183                                   JAMO-A   1980     19       645 663
       The structure of summer convective clouds in eastern Montana. I: Natural clouds
3184                                   JAMO-A   1980     19       664 675
       The structures of summer convective clouds in eastern Montana. II: Effects of artificial seeding
3185                                   JAMO-A   1980     19       439 451
       Cloud-active nuclei from coal-fired electric power plants and their interactions with clouds
3186                                   BLME-B   1980     19
       The role of thermals in the convective boundary layer      509 532
3187                                   GRSL-F   1979     6         stratosphere
       Spectroscopic measurement of carbonyl sulfide (OCS) in the 853 856
3188                                   stratospheric aerosols measured 330 the SAMII Satellite system in 1978 and 1979
       10 Swissler T.J. High-latitude SCIE-A    1981     214      328    by
3189                                   JAMO-A   1981     20        and 1118
       Aerosol measurements over and near the South Pacific Ocean 1111 Ross Sea
3190                                   AMGA-A    the     28       1     10
       Concentrations of condensation nuclei in 1979 vicinity of jetstream maxima
3191                                   JGRE-A    laboratory breaking wave
       Bubble and aerosol spectra produced by a 1981     86       8085 8092
3192                                   northern 1981
       A comparative study of observed MWRE-A            109      1380 statistics based on GFDL and NMC analyses. Part I:
                                                 hemisphere circulation 1403
3193                                   of summer sea-level pressure for the Northern Hemisphere
       Characteristic anomaly patterns TELL-A   1981     3        428 437
3194                                    a model 1981 of 3
       Stratospheric volcanic aerosols:TELL-A    study            444 452
                                                          interactive influences upon solar radiation
3195                                   SCIE-A    coal    215
       Size distribution of fine particles from 1982 combustion 13      19
3196                                   SCIE-A   1981     214
       World population growth, soil erosion, and food security 995 1001
3197                                   SCIE-A
       Yellow rain and the cloud of chemical war1981     214      1008 1009
3198                                   SCIE-A   1981     214       Helens eruption: radioactivity and chemical composition
       Measurements of the stratospheric plume from the Mount St. 904 907
3199                                   BAMI-A   1981     62       821 823
       Symposium on the impact of the Bergen School of Meteorology on the development of U.S. Meteorology, 7-8 May 1979,
3200                                   BAMI-A
       ALPEX - The GARP mountain subprogram     1981     62       793 805
3201                                   BAMI-A   1981     62       824    forecasting
       The Bergen School of Meteorology; the cradle of modern weather- 830
3202                                    Greece 1959
       Atmospheric turbidity at Athens,MWRE-A            87       401 408
3203                                    temperature records: an empirical search for cause and effect
       Volcanic eruptions and long-termQJRM-A   1980     106      175 199
3204                                   SCIE-A    factors controlling its biological production
       Nitrous oxide from soil denitrification: 1980     208      749 751
3205   Global crop forecasting         SCIE-A   1980     208      670 679
3206                                   SCIE-A    bill:   208      74    79
       Rain of troubles; Add-ons to your energy 1980 more acid precipitation
3207                                    of precipitable water vapor
       The short-term temporal spectrumSCIE-A   1981     213      1112 1113
3208                                   ESTH-A   1978     12
       Characterizing the surfaces of environmental particles     768 773
3209                                   the atmospheric boundary layer 531
       Basic entrainment equations for BLME-B   1981     20       515
3210                                   BLME-B   1981     21       21    30
       An attempt to quantify seeing through disturbed atmospheric ground layers
3211                                    of boundary-layer parameters using velocity profile as the sole information'
       Comment on 'on the determinationBLME-B   1981     20       125 126
3212                                   tall stack
       A note on plume geometry from a BLME-B   1981     20       27    34
3213                                   BLME-B   1981     20        19    26
       Carbon dioxide fluxes over the Atlantic Ocean estimated from measurements at Tiana Beach, Long Island, New York
3214                                   Rainstopping
       Benvenuto Cellini (1500-71) and BAMI-A   1981     62        1454 1457
3215                                    derived 1981 local fires in the himalayas
       Airborne lead and other elementsSCIE-A   from     214       1344 1345
3216                                    aerosol 1981
       Southern hemisphere statosphericJGRE-A            86        9767 9775
                                                measurements 3. Size distribution 1974-1979
3217                                   JGRE-A   1981     86         theory versus observations
       Stratospheric aerosols and the tropospheric energy budget: 9761 9766
3218                                   ESTH-A   1981
       Caltech's contribution to environmental policy    15        15    19
3219                                   AMBI-F   1980
       Historical record of global atmospheric pollution 9          in   214
                                                          revealed 210 polar ice sheets
3220                                   AMBI-F   1980
       Monitoring potential agents of climatic change    9         222 228
3221                                   JALS-B   1981     12        505 515
       The evaporation and growth of droplets having more than one volatile constituent
3222                                   JALS-B   of single hygroscopic acid aerosol droplets
       Measurement of the condensational growth 1981     12        551 558
3223                                   MWRE-A   1982     109       2312 2322
       Geographical and seasonal distribution of North American cyclogenesis, 1958-1977
3224                                   MWRE-A   in the western and southwestern United States
       A study of visibility in eighteen cities 1982     109       2394 2400
3225                                   aerosol 1981
       Seasonal variation in Antarctic JALS-B            12        491 504
3226                                   JAMO-A   1981     20        1277 1284
       Comparison of observed mixed-layer depths to model estimates using observed temperatures and winds, and MOS foreca
3227                                   volcanic 1981 on 20
       Effects of the Mount St. Helens JAMO-A   cloud              1290 1297
                                                          turbidity at Ann Arbor, Michigan
3228                                   BAMI-A   a discussion of principles
       Cloud cover archiving on a global scale: 1981     62        1300 1307
3229                                   land and 1981 in 86
       Exchange of water vapor between JGRE-A   ocean              147 152
                                                          the northern hemisphere
3230                                   for the 1982      38        2440 2443
       Quasi-stationary approximations JAHS-A size distribution of aerosols
3231                                   TELL-A
       Recent investigations in air chemistry   1956     8         127 139
3232                                   TELL-A   sea      9         145 158
       Bubble formation and modification in the 1957 and its meteorological significance
3233                                    for project shower
       Atmospheric sea-salt nuclei dataTELL-A   1957     9         521 524
3234                                   TELL-A   1958     10
       Quartz contents of pelagic sediments of the Pacific Ocean 153 159
3235                                   TELL-A   1953     5         1     26
       Die rolle der aerosole und der gasformigen beimengungen der luft im spurenstoffhaushalt der troposphare
3236                                    sulfure 1974
       The atmospheric concentration ofTELL-A            26        241 249
                                                dioxide and sulfate aerosols over antarctic, subantartic areas and oceans
3237                                   in the   1965      II. Theory of 382 vertical distribution in the 10-m layer over t
       On the giant sea-salt particles TELL-A atmosphere 17        365   the
3238                                    particles at cloud levels 11 Central Queensland
       The spatial distribution of saltTELL-A   1976     28         in   23
3239                                   JCIS-A
       The refractive index of colloidal carbon 1979     69        436 447
3240                                   JCIS-A   aerosol 23
       Coagulation of a continuously reinforced 1967               90    98
3241                                    abundance with the synoptic situation on a cross-country flight
       Correlation of chloride particleBAMI-A   1952     33        95    100
3242   An American haboob              BAMI-A   1972     53        930 935
3243                                   BAMI-A   1960     41         and 360
       A statistical study of the relationship between visibility 357 relative humidity at Leeuwarden
3244                                   BAMI-A   1977
       Aerosol particle workshop in a coastal environment58        592 595
3245                                   nuclei   1951     32        30    31
       On the contents of condensation BAMI-A and uncharged nuclei on the Pacific Ocean and the Japan Sea
3246                                   SOSC-A   1950               205   aluminum as influenced by pH
       Effect of organic anions on phosphate precipitation by iron and 213
3247                                   WASP-F   1976     6         435 445
       Hydrogen ion input to the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire, during the last decade
3248                                   WASP-F   1976     6
       Chemical composition of acid precipitation in central Texas 351 359
3249                                   JAHS-A   1979     36        718 736
       A one-dimentional model describing aerosol formation and evolution in the stratosphere: II. Sensitivity studies an
3250                                   JAHS-A    1973    30
       Vertical profiles of CCN at various geographical locations 1410 1420
3251                                   JAHS-A    1964    21        168
       The secular increase of the world-wide fine particle pollution 181
3252                                    theoretical relationship between size and critical supersaturation of salt nuclei
       Experimental verification of theJAHS-A    1977    34        1836 1841
3253                                   for nucleation in 34
       On the minimum size of particle JAHS-A    1977      clouds 1832 1835
3254                                   JAHS-A    1977    34        1104 1115
       Microphysical processes affecting stratospheric aerosol particles
3255                                   JAHS-A    1973    30        101 106
       Oceanic aerosol level deduced from measurements of the electrical conductivity of the atmosphere
3256                                   JAHS-A    1970    27        814 819
       The electrical conductivity of oceanic air and its correlation to global atmospheric pollution
3257                                   JAHS-A    1977    34        150 162
       The nucleation of H2SO4-H2O solution aerosol particles in the stratosphere
3258                                   JAHS-A    1971    28        382 390
       Relationship of cloud nuclei spectra to aerosol size distribution and composition
3259                                    over     aerosol particle 847 849
       Evaluation of the vapor pressureJAHS-A an 1974    31
3260                                   JAHS-A    1976    33        2242 2251
       A method for inferring total ozone content from the spectral variation of total optical depth obtained with a sola
3261                                   JAHS-A
       Particles in the Antarctic atmosphere     1968    25        100 103
3262                                   JRAT-A    1969
       The oceanic production rate of cloud nuclei       4         1     6
3263                                   JRAT-A    a case study
       Radiation fog formation and dissipation, 1980     14        391 397
3264                                    radiation-fog(haze) microphysics
       Measurements of visual range andJAHS-A    1980    37        622 629
3265                                    from     1976    26
       Characterization of particulatesJPCA-A power plants         787 790
3266                                    microdroplets
       Water drop freezing: ejection ofSCIE-A    1970    170       1395 1396
3267                                   JALS-B    1981    12
       Photoelectric nucleus counters for aerosol climatology      477 489
3268                                   SCIE-A
       On the global distribution of aerosols    1979    205       1373 1375
3269                                   JAMO-A    1981
       A transect of the southern circumpolar jet stream 20        1239 1241
3270                                    Yellowstone Park 1
       Studies of atmospheric nuclei inJRAT-A    1963              79    83
3271                                   PAGY-A    of Little Whiteface Mountain in New York State
       Condensation nuclei counts on the slopes 1964     57        181 188
3272                                    crystals by catching snowflakes in dissolved plastic
       On preserving the shapes of snowSCAM-A    1966    214       120 126
3273                                   ATEN-B    1977
       On the discrepancy between background atmospheric 11        475 478
                                                           ammonia gas measurements and the existence of acid sulfates as a
3274                                   ATEN-B
       Dust deposits in the city of Cairo        1967    1         211 220
3275                                   ATEN-B    1967    1         221 226
       Dustfall caused by the spring Khamasin storms in Cairo: a preliminary report
3276                                   ATEN-B    1968
       Visibility and aerosol concentration in urban air 1         465 475
3277                                   ATEN-B    1970    4         79    85
       Preliminary discussion on some oxidant measurements at Vlaardingen, the Netherlands
3278                                   ATEN-B    1977    5
       On the applicability of the Koschmieder visibility formula 177 184
3279                                   ATEN-B    1971    5         187 189
       Preliminary discussion on some oxidant measurements at Vlaardingen, the Netherlands
3280                                   ATEN-B    1974    8         733 754
       Methodes de mesure de L'intensite des sources de Noyaux d'aitken dans l'atmosphere
3281                                   ATEN-B    1975    9         931 934
       Comparison between three different methods for the estimation of the total suspended matter in urban air
3282                                   ATEN-B    1977    11        635 638
       Use of bromine levels in airborne particulate samples to infer vehicular lead concentrations in the atmosphere
3283                                   problems 1972
       Linear algebra in air pollution ATEN-B            6         279 281
3284                                   CJRE-A    1977    55
       An automatic scanning integrating spectronephelometer       1399 1406
3285                                   SCIE-A    1975
       Nitrogen fixation research: a key to world food? 188        633 643
3286                                   upon atmospheric infrared cooling rates
       Effect of tropospheric aerosols JQSR-A    1978    19        621 632
3287                                   PTRM-A    turbulent atmosphere
       The theoretical scattering of smoke in a 1923     104      640 654
3288                                   PRLA-A    1926    110      738 752
       Condensation of water from the air upon hygroscopic crystals
3289                                    the total cloud cover
       Percent of possible sunshine andMWRE-A    1977    105      648 652
3290                                   IAPW-A    DSIR    10       73
       Discussion of papers: calibration of the 1966 standard smoke filter for diesel smoke
3291                                   IAPW-A    filter paper stain measurement
       Discussion of papers: limitations of the 1966     10       74
3292                                    smoke    1965
       Calibration of the DSIR standardIAPW-A filter for 9        351
                                                          diesel smoke 356
3293                                   JGRE-A    1970
       Formation of a dense aerosol size distribution    75       2931 2938
3294                                   JGRE-A    1977    82
       Chemical relationships in the North Atlantic marine aerosol1778 1782
3295                                   JGRE-A    1978    83        Simultaneous impactor and in situ single-particle (ligh
       Southern hemisphere stratospheric aerosol measurements: 1. 1869 1874
3296                                   JGRE-A    the     81
       Nitrogen dioxide - optical absorption in 1976 visible      5791 5792
3297                                   JGRE-A    1977    82       3141
       Radiative characteristics of Saharan dust at solar wavelengths 3152
3298                                    the Hawaiian marine atmosphere 1799
       Iodine, bromine, and chlorine inJGRE-A    1965    70       1775
3299                                   JGRE-A    1973    78       949 957
       Chemistry of aerosols, cloud droplets, and rain in the Puerto Rican marine atmosphere
3300   Sulfur in the atmosphere        JGRE-A    1960    65       227 237
3301                                   TELL-A    1976    28       1     global climate
       Stratospheric aerosols: effect upon atmospheric temperature and 10
3302                                   PAGY-A    1961    50       96    101
       Hohenverteilung der konzentrationen von riesenkernen aus chloriden und sulphaten
3303                                   PAGY-A    1959    43
       Production of atmospheric condensation nuclei by sunrays 259 268
3304                                   AJSC-A    1957    255      206 213
       Sedimentry characteristics of dust storms: III. Composition of suspended dust
3305                                   JCIS-A    1972    39       513
       Absorption and emission of radiation by nonspherical particles 519
3306                                   SCTE-F    1977    8        79    88
       Comparison between the organic fraction of suspended matter at a background and an urban station
3307                                   VDIB-A    1978    314      21    von niederschlagen
       Zum zusammenhang zwischen pH-Wert und elektrolytzusammensetzung 26
3308                                   analyser 1981
       Application of a thermo-denuder IJEC-F            9        59    70
                                                 to the determination of H2SO4,HNO3, and NH3 in air
3309                                   ANAL-B    1980    13       1397 1408
       Application of the sulfuric acid-halide salt reaction to the analysis of sulfuric acid containing aerosols
3310                                   IJEC-F    1980    8        163   acids
       A thermoanalytical approach to speciation of atmospheric strong 175
3311                                   BEGO-A    1965    74       198 206
       The spectral extinction of the atmospheric aerosol by mie particles with different Gaussian distributions
3312                                    in the 1979      322      143 151
       Gaseous and particulate halogensANYA-A New York City atmosphere
3313                                   SCIE-A    1979    205      1267 1269
       Atmospheric sulfur aerosol concentrations and characteristics from the South American continent
3314                                    Atlantic seaboard of the United States
       Cloud condensation nuclei on theSCIE-A    1976    193      999 1002
3315                                   SCIE-A    1975    187      59    61
       Atmospheric trace metals at remote northern and southern hemisphere sites: pollution or natural?
3316                                   SCIE-A    1974    183      202 204
       Toxic trace elements: preferential concentration in respirable particles
3317                                   SCIE-A    1974    183      198 200
       Atmospheric concentrations and sources of trace metals at the South Pole
3318                                   of soot 1978
       The size and optical properties COFL-F particles 31        149 159
3319                                     Sheridan N.R. 13 Szokolay S.V. 14 Ward G.T. Technical note: units and symbols
       10 Mersch P.L. 11 Page J.K. 12SREN-A      1978    21       65    68
3320                                   IECH-A
       Photochemistry in the lower atmosphere    1952    44       1339 1342
3321                                   CHEE-A    by chemical reaction with gases
       Direct formation of particles from drops 1973     28       1273 1284
3322                                   seine     1963    14
       Der beginn der nebelbildung und ZAMP-A optishe Auswirkung 434 441
3323                                   EOST-A
       Vapor pressure of sea-salt solutions      1959    35       722 728
3324                                    analysis of acid 57
       Sequential sampling and chemicalEOST-A    1976               New
                                                          rains in 253 York
3325                                   APOP-A    1.06    17        3763 3773
       Deduction of aerosol concentrations from 1978 um lidar measurements
3326                                   APOP-A    1979    18        1404 1413
       Inversion of stratospheric aerosol and gaseous constituents from spacecraft solar extinction data in the 0.38-1.0
3327                                   APOP-A    1962    4         455 464
       Fundamental principles and methods for the calibration of radiometers for photometric use
3328                                   APOP-A    1974    13        460 464
       Reflection and transmission terminology by analogy and scattering
3329                                   APOP-A    1973    12        1317 1324
       Measuring earth-to-earth contrast transmittance from ground stations
3330                                   APOP-A    1977    16        1770 1772
       Characteristics of reflection, transmission, scattering, and emission
3331                                    backscattering from clouds
       Polarization properties of lidarAPOP-A    1973    12        1530 1535
3332                                   JAMO-A    1968
       Continuous point source plume behavior out to 160 7miles    217 226
3333                                   TELL-A    1970    22
       A theoretical study of the annual variation of atmospheric 1energy15
3334                                   ESTH-A    1972    6         1025 1030
       National air surveillance cascade impactor network. II. Size distribution measurements of trace metal components
3335                                   ESTH-A    1972    6         1019 1024
       National air surveillance cascade impactor network. I. Size distribution measurements of suspended particulate mat
3336                                   ESTH-A    1977    11        1171 1176
       Determination of submicron atmospheric aerosol size distribution s by use of continuous analog sensors
3337                                   ESTH-A    1979     acid in a polluted atmosphere and their equilibrium relationship
       Simultaneous concentrations of ammonia and nitric 13        1416 1419
3338                                   metal     1975    9         643 647
       Concentration and size of trace ESTH-A emissions from a power plant, a steel plant, and a cotton gin
3339                                   JPCA-A    matter near the surface of the earth
       The vertical distribution of particulate 1969     19        106 108
3340                                   JPCA-A    1975    25         water using ERTS-1 data
       Measurements of atmospheric aerosol optical thickness over 622 626
3341                                   JPCA-A
       Particulate sulfates in Pittsburgh air    1965    15        26    30
3342                                    index    1972    22        348 351
       The relationship between soilingJPCA-A and suspended particulate matter concentrations
3343                                   or particulate matter collected 482 filter paper
       The optical evaluation of smoke JPCA-A    1963    13        476   on
3344                                   JPCA-A    1977    27        239 240
       Effect of different types of glass filters on total suspended particulates and their chemical composition
3345                                   JPCA-A    1975    25        1220 1226
       Infrared measurement of fluorocarbons, carbon tetrachloride, carbonyl sulfide, and other atmospheric trace gases
3346                                   JPCA-A
       Measurement of nitric acid in smog        1975    25        940 942
3347                                   SCIE-A    1972    178        Laguna Mountain, California
       Lead aerosol baseline: concentration at White Mountain and 401 402
3348                                   AICE-A    1972    18        1265 1268
       A note on the equilibrium partial pressures of vapors above sulfuric acid solutions
3349                                    dust     1979    107       322 335
       Atmospheric turbidity in SaharanMWRE-A outbreaks as determined by analyses of satellite brightness data
3350   Duration of twilight            MWRE-A    1916    44        12    13
3351                                    cloud    1970    27        791 797
       On the source and composition ofJAHS-A nuclei in a subsident air mass over the North Atlantic
3352                                    by chappuis-band 18
       Atmospheric ozone: determinationJAMO-A    1979              1335 1339
                                                          absorption
3353                                   JAMO-A    1966    5         493 499
       Sulphate aerosol at Delhi in reelation to the associated chloride component
3354                                   JAMO-A    1967    6         688 694
       An integral pyranometer for climatological observer stations and mesoscale networks
3355                                   JAMO-A    1977    16         urban area
       Comparison of predicted and observed solar radiation in an 1107 1116
3356                                   JAMO-A    1977    16         solar radiometer observations compared with simultaneou
       Atmospheric particulate properties inferred from lidar and 911 927
3357                                   JAMO-A    1974    13        863 870
       Particulate number and mass distributions above 10ex(-4) cm radius sand and aerosol of the Sahara desert
3358                                   JAMO-A    1972    11        141 145
       The vertical distribution of cloud and aitken nuclei downwind of urban pollution sources
3359                                   JAMO-A    1972     over the 283 297 equatorial Atlantic
       The large scale movement of Saharan air outbreaks 11         northern
3360                                   JAMO-A    1972
       Diffusion measurements in the 10-100 km range     11        323 334
3361                                   JAMO-A   1977     16        290 298
       Periodic variations of total ozone and of its vertical distribution
3362                                   JOSA-A   1958     48        172 176
       Wavelength dependence of the scattering coefficient for infrared radiation in natural haze
3363                                    of field of view 49 transmission measurements
       Experimental study of the effectJOSA-A   1959      on       702 709
3364                                   JOSA-A   1958     48
       Correlation of atmospheric transmission with backscattering 686 689
3365                                   JOSA-A   1980     70        230   .5145um and 10.6um wavelengths
       Optical properties of agglomerated acetylene smoke particles at 235
3366                                   JOSA-A   1958     48        550 555
       Radiation received by an uncollimated receiver from a 4pi source
3367                                   JOSA-A   1961     51        548 551
       Evaluation of atmospheric aerosol particle size distribution from scattering measurements in the visible and infra
3368                                   backscattering and meteorological visual range
       Correlation between atmospheric APOP-A   1966     5         293 295
3369                                    dependence on pressure, temperature and composition
       Optical refractive index of air:APOP-A   1967     6         51    59
3370                                   JOSA-A   1961
       Transmission of light signals over the horizon    51        1473
3371   Experimental sea salt profiles JGRE-A    1972     27        5147 5151
3372                                   JGRE-A   1972     27        5183 5200
       Our knowledge of the physico-chemistry of aerosols in the undisturbed marine environment
3373                                   aerosol 1972
       Chemical composition of oceanic JGRE-A            27        5283 5292
3374                                   ANPY-A   1900     3         298 319
       10.Ueber die elektricitats-zerstreuung in ultraviolett curchstrahlter luft
3375                                   ANPY-A   1900     1         486 507
       Ueber wirkungen des ultravioletten lichtes auf gasformige korper
3376                                    and aerosol on atmospheric turbidity
       The effects of water vapor,ozoneJAMO-A   1977     16        268 274
3377                                   JAMO-A   1977
       Balloonborne measurements of condensation nuclei 16         56    62
3378                                   cycles   1979     43        511 525
       Atmospheric trace metals:global GCAC-A and assessment of man's impact
3379                                   GCAC-A   1977     41        915
       Atmospheric trace metals and sulfate in the Greenland ice sheet 920
3380                                   GCAC-A   1964      crust: a 1273 table
       Abundance of chemical elements in the continental 28         new 1285
3381                                   AREP-F   1976     4
       Interactions of CH4 and CO in the earth's atmosphere        441 469
3382                                   RGSP-F   1978     16
       Climate modeling through radiative-convective models        465 489
3383                                   GRSL-F   mechanism in the stratosphere
       H2SO4-HNO3-H2O Ternary aerosol formation 1975     2         41    44
3384                                   GRSL-F   1978     5         195 198
       Sulfur and trace element concentration relationships in aerosols from the South American continent
3385                                   GRSL-F   1976     3         73    76
       The possible importance of CSO for the sulfate layer of the stratosphere
3386                                    the troposphere, 4
       Average concentratation of OH inGRSL-F   1977               3211 3224
                                                          and the budgets of CH4,CO,H2,and CH3CCl3
3387                                   JGRE-A   1979     84        2421 2431
       Concentration and size distribution of particulate trace elements in the south polar atmosphere
3388                                   RGSP-F   1975
       Stratospheric-tropospheric exchange processes     13        459 474
3389                                   and their optical 13
       Stratospheric aerosol particles RGSP-F   1975               475 501
                                                          properties
3390                                   JGRE-A   and      84        6941 of urban and desert aerosols in Israel
       Size distribution, chemical composition, 1979 optical properties 6950
3391                                   JPCH-A   1958     62        1537
       An approximation method to the mie theory for colloidal sphere 1542
3392                                   BPYA-A   visibility on relative 167
       New results concerning the dependence of 1971     44        137   humidity and their significance in a model for vis
3393                                   BPYA-A   1964     37        183 196
       Beziehungen zwischen der Normsichtweite und der relativen feuchte nach messungen in Quickborn
3394                                   BPYA-A   1963     36        127 147
       Registrierung der Durchlassigkeit in verschiedenen spektralbereichen in der atmosphare
3395                                   BPYA-A   1967     40
       Sichtweite und atmospherisches aerosol in Berlin-Dahlem     262 278
3396                                   NATU-A   1972     237
       Atmospheric dimethyl sulphide and the natural sulphur cycle 452 453
3397                                   NATU-A
       Is CS2 a precursor for atmospheric COS   1979     278       731 732
3398                                   RTCP-B    1941
       Die dampfspannung von gesattigten NH4NO3-losungen 60        317 328
3399                                   substances
       The infra-red analysis of solid ANAL-A    1959    84        201 214
3400                                     a mechanism for the formation of aerosols
       Binary homogeneous nucleation asJCPS-A    1974    60        1138 1144
3401                                   JCPS-A    1969    50        2526 gases and vapors
       Intensity and polarization of light scattered by some permanent 2535
3402                                   by isotropic opalescent media
       Polarization of light scattered JCPS-A    1942    10        415 427
3403                                   TFSO-A    1936    32        1175 1181
       The determination of the mass and size of atmospheric condensation nuclei
3404                                   TFSO-A    1936
       Sulphuric acid as a disperse phase in town air    32        1198 1201
3405                                   TFSO-A    1952    48        410 415
       A direct test of Kelvin's equation connecting vapour pressure and radius of curvature
3406                                   TFSO-A    1934    30        1127 1133
       The reaction between sulphur trioxide and water vapours and a new periodic phenomenon
3407                                   JASI-A    1905    1          of   303
       The amounts of nitrogen as ammonia and as nitric acid, and 280 chlorine in the rain water collected at Rothamsted
3408                                   LIOC-A    1978    23
       Mechanisms of hydrogen sulfide release from coastal marine 68     76
                                                                    sediments of the atmosphere
3409                                   LIOC-A    1977    22         Denmark)
       The sulfur cycle of a coastal marine sediment (Limfjorden, 814 832
3410                                     and their relationship to 7475 7487 an eastern urban area
       Specific nonmethane hydrocarbonsJGRE-A    1980    85         ozone in
3411   Cloud and precipitation physics BAMI-A    1976    57        1452 1453
3412                                   ATEN-B    the     11         Sea
       Condensation nucleus concentrations over 1977 Mediterranean 1001 1004
3413                                   the North Atlantic Ocean 726 727
       Aitken nuclei observations over JAMO-A    1967    6
3414                                     Frederic: Hurrican chemistry
       The clouds and rain of David andWTHW-A    1980    August    162 167
3415                                   BAMI-A
       The early history of weather modification 1968    49        337 342
3416                                     in maritime atmosphere
       Experiments with aitken countersJRAT-A    1968              53    57
3417                                   JAMO-A    1980    19        338 339
       Comments on experimental evidence for inter hemispheric transport from airborne carbon monoxide measurements
3418                                   JGRE-A    1979    84        7876 7882
       Circumpolar measurements of ozone,particles, and carbon monoxide from a commercial airliner
3419                                   GRSL-F    1979    6
       Physical properties of the aerosol at the south Pole        845 848
3420                                   SCAM-A    1963     flame
       How to make and investigate vortexes in water and 209       133 142
3421                                   JAMO-A    1962    1         413 418
       The vapor method for making replicas of liquid and solid aerosols
3422                                   NATU-A    1960    188
       Detection of photochemical oxidation of sulphur dioxide by 51     52
                                                                    condensation nuclei techniques
3423                                   NATU-A    1978    275       630 632
       An explosive volcanic eruption in the Southern Hemisphere in 1928
3424                                   NATU-A
       Dust and meteorological phenomena         1894    49        544 546
3425                                   NATU-A    1891
       On the solid and liquid particles in clouds       44        279
3426                                   BPYA-A    1964    37        119 131
       Registrierung der durchlassigkeit in verschiedenen spektralbereichen in der atmosphare
3427   Staub and staubfalle in Arosa   BPYA-A    1938    25        1     43
3428                                   JASI-A    1911    4         25    55
       The nature, distribution and effects upon vegetation of atmosphe ric impurities in and near an industrial town.
3429                                   - a field study 102
       The physics of radiation fog: I QJRM-A    1976              313 333
3430                                   OPTK-A    1965    23        268 278
       Uber die spektrale extinktion und die spektrale streuung von Mie-partikeln bei vorliegen logarithmischer gauss-ver
3431                                   ZEPY-A
       Die verdampfung kleiner wassertropfen     1924    25        121 132
3432                                   OPTE-F    1975    14        85    90
       Laser polar nephelometer for airborne measurements of aerosol optical properties
3433                                   ZPCF-A    1918    92        129 168
       Versuch einer mathrematischen theorie der koagulationskinetik kolloider losungen
3434                                     atmosphare
       Grundschicht und nullschicht derPAGY-A    1955    26        119 126
3435                                    with     1970    266      425 533
       Volcanic dust in the atmosphere;PTRM-A a chronology and assess- ment of its meteorological significance
3436                                   JPCH-A    1975    79       1785 the
       Thermodynamics of the reaction of ammonia and sulfur dioxide in 1788 presence of water vapor
3437                                   TFSO-A    1952    48       410 415
       A direct test of Kelvin's equation connecting vapour pressure and radius of curvature
3438                                   STAB-A    1960    20       303   smogs
       Ursprung, verhalten und bestimmung der submikronen-aerosole des 308
3439   Visibility in New York City     BAPS-A    1932    7        27
3440                                   ESTH-A    from    6        929 930
       Size distribution of suspended particles 1972 lignite combustion
3441                                   JALS-B    1978    9        41    54
       Determination of the aerosol size distribution from the mobility distribution of the charged fraction of aerosols
3442                                   JRAT-A    1974
       Water-soluble elements in atmospheric particulate 8        661 673
                                                          matter over tropical and equatorial Atlantic
3443                                    en Afrique de l'ouest
       Importance des aerosols naturelsJRAT-A    1974    8        845 860
3444                                    production of cloud nuclei
       An estimate of the anthropogenicJRAT-A    1966    2        297 307
3445   The literature on aerosols      POTE-B    1967    1        51    53
3446                                   JPHO-F    marine air
       Variations in Aitken and giant nuclei in 1972     2        255 262
3447                                    in visibility
       A method for analyzing the trendJPCA-A    1960    10       430 435
3448                                   JPCA-A    United States
       Particulate pollutants in the air of the 1954     9        136 143
3449                                   MRZS-A
       Uber die koagulation in der atmosphare    1972    2        41    46
3450                                   TRSE-A
       On some nuclei of cloudy condensation     1897    39       15    25
3451                                   in the    1888
       On the number of dust particles TRSE-A atmosphere 35       1     19
3452                                   MRZS-A    1901
       Die extinktion des lichtes in einem truben medium 18       518 524
3453                                   JOMY-A    1956    13       408 410
       The composition of sea-fog nuclei as identified by electron mic- roscope
3454                                   ASNA-A    linien im sonnenspek- trum
       Die gesamtabsorption der fraunhoferschen 1949     275      97    107
3455   Dunstbildung aus stratusformen MRZS-A     1906    23       31    34
3456                                   JAMO-A
       Climatic visibilities of the united states1966    5        277 282
3457                                   AMGB-A    1958    B8        durch witterungsverhaltnisse
       Der jahresgang der tageshelligkeit und seine beeinflussung 202 214
3458                                   QJRM-A    1961    87
       Fog-droplet sampling using a modified impactor technique 535 548
3459                                   PAGY-A    1964    58       208 220
       Calculation of particle distribution by the data on spectral transparency
3460                                   QJRM-A    1978    104      783   heating rates induced by stratospheric aerosols
       Effects of aerosol optical properties and size distributions on 796
3461                                   PAGY-A    1969    74       151 164
       Infrared absorption spectra of atmospheric dust over an interior desert basin
3462   The atmospheric boundary layer PHTO-A     1974    17       52    63
3463                                   BPYA-A    1976     turbid atmospheres
       Path length distributions of photons scattered in 49       272 284
3464                                   JOMY-A
       Thunderstorm structure and circulation    1948    5        71    86
3465                                   visible 1977      103      191 197
       Experimental comparison between QJRM-A and near infrared attenuation of solar radiation in hazes and fogs
3466                                   EOST-A    1933    14       91    99
       A comparison of the linke and angstrom measures of atmospheric turbidity and their application to north american a
3467                                   BEGO-A    1933    37       265   ultraviolett
       Extinktionskoeffizienten fur dunst im kurzwelligen licht und im 275
3468                                   BPYA-A    1976    49       168 188
       Scattering measurements of dielectric amd absorbing nonspherical particles
3469                                   PRIA-A    1935     in      2     24
       The diffusion coefficients and velocities of fall 43 air of atmospheric condensation nuclei
3470                                   MRZS-A    1932    49
       Uber die grobenverteilung der atmospharischen ionen        226 233
3471                                   MRZS-A    1924    41       109   fur
       Uber den zusammenhang zwischen der durchlassigke der atmosphare 113 sonnenstrahlung und der wetterlage nach den st
3472                                   JGRE-A   events off nova scotia 418
       Radon 222 measurements during marine fog 1978     83       415
3473                                   QJRM-A   the      78       596 602
       Measurements of condensation nuclei over 1952 north atlantic
3474                                   PAGY-A   1974     112      877 885
       Measuements of aerosol concentration up to a height of 27 km
3475   Originalarbeiten                ZABK-A   1974     21       1      10
3476                                   natural 1972      98
       The cycle of atmospheric gases- QJRM-A and man made        711 729
3477                                   AIHA-A   air      22
       A study of the relation of visibility to 1961 pollution    102 108
3478                                   QJRM-A   1971     97       483 494
       Some fog droplet size distributions obtained by an impaction method
3479                                    concentration of 13
       Infrared extinction amd the massATEN-B   1979              169 173
                                                          atmospheric aerosols
3480                                   ATEN-B   1971     5        187 189
       Preliminary discussion on some oxidant measurements at vlaardingen, the netherlands
3481                                   JAMO-A   1973     12       161 174
       The background level of thesummer tropospheric aerosol over greenland and the north atlantic ocean
3482                                   infrared 1957
       Atmospheric transmission in the JOSA-A            47       223 226
3483                                   JPHO-F   1972     2        248 254
       Experimental determination of the eddy diffusion coefficient over the open ocean from atmospheric elecrtic measure
3484                                   MERU-A   1955     8        109 175
       Grosse und haufighut der chlordteilchen im kontinentalen aerosol
3485                                   on the   1895      of      621 693
       On the number of dust particles TRSE-A atmosphere 37 certain places in great britain and on the continent, with re
3486                                   QJRM-A   1954     82         conductivity of the atmosphere
       Space and time variations of charged nuclei and electrical 428 445
3487                                   JOMY-A   1955      inversions by 268
       The detection of atmospheric dust and temperature 13       262    twilight scattering
3488                                   JOMY-A   1954      1:      323 333
       The chemical composition of atmospheric aerosols, 11 measurements at round hill field station june-july 1953
3489                                   JOMY-A   1955
       A study of sea-salt particles over puerto rico    12       493 499
3490                                    sichtweite und des koeffizienten
       Die wellenlangenabhangigkeit derMRZS-A   1940     61       199 203
3491                                   JOMY-A   1957     15       240 242
       The behavior of condensation nuclei under changing humidities
3492                                   JOMY-A   1953     10       362 371
       Salt nuclei in marine air as a function of altitude and wind force
3493                                   of natural aerosols as deter- mined from electrical and optical data on the atmosp
       The size distribution and aging JOMY-A   1955     12       13     25
3494   Identification of aerosols      ADGO-A   1962     9        97     130
3495                                   Airborne 1967
       Morphological Identification of JOUM-A            6        449 456
                                                Particles with Electron Microscope
3496                                   ATEN-B   of central southern England.
       Smoke and sulfur dioxide in a rural area 1980     14       1371 1380
3497                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       33
       Trace constituents in cloud water,rainwater and aerosol samples 38collected near the west coast of India during the
3498                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       39     53
       Trace element concentrations over midlake Michigan as a function of meteorology and source region.
3499                                   ATEN-B   of biogenic sources to 81
       An estimate of the possible contribution 1980     14       79     airborne hydrocarbon concentrations.
3500                                    airborne particulate matter.
       Mutagenicity and PAH-analysis ofATEN-B   1980     14       83     88
3501                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       117 119
       Losses of benzo(A)pyrene under the conditions of high-volume sampling
3502                                    sulfur 1980      14         flame photometric detection system.I. Sampling system f
       Determination of ambient aerosolATEN-B using a continuous 121 127
3503                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       129 135
       Electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis (ESCA) study of aluminum-containing atmospheric particles.
3504   Determinat                      ATEN-B   1980     14       137 144
3505                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       145 147
       Calibration of a diffusion sampler used for the measurement of unatteched radon daughter products
3506                                   ATEN-B
       Alkyl sulfonic acids in the atmosphere. 1980      14       149 151
3507                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       154 155
       Incidence of secondary components in the suspended particles of the Caracas air
3508                                   ATEN-B   1980     14         with cascade impactors.
       Impaction surface coatings intercomparison and measurenets 195 199
3509                                   quantitative analysis
       Standardless" X-ray diffraction ATEN-B   1980     14       217 220
3510                                   site in 1980      14       223 244
       Ambient air quality at a costal ATEN-B rural north-west England
3511                                   ATEN-B   1980     14        The 258
       Prediction of air pollution frequency distribution- PartI. 255 lognormal model.
3512                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       259 265
       Prediction of air pollution frequency distribution- Part II. The Gaussian plume model.
3513                                   ATEN-B
       Vapor pressure of ammonium sulfates.     1980     14       267
3514                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       267 270
       A numerical study of the vertical dispersion of passive contaminants from a continuous source in the atmospheric s
3515                                   ATEN-B   1980      principal components. Part I.
       Multivariable analysis of particulate varibles by 14       270 271
3516                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       271
       The effect of nitrogen dioxide and of some transition metals on the oxidation of dilute bisulfite solutions
3517                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       272 275
       The importance of atmospheric ozone and hydrogen peroxide in oxidazing sulphur dioxide in cloud and rainwater.
3518                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       278 279
       Deposition velocity of phosphorus-containing particles over southern Lake Huron, April-October, 1975.
3519                                   ATEN-B    to size-fractionated coal fly ash.
       Application of surface-deposition models 1980     14       289 295
3520                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       297 304
       Depositionof aerosol particles from turbulent flow onto rough pipe wall.
3521                                   ATEN-B   1980     14        vegetation with a large area leaf index.
       The contribution of sedimentation to aerosol deposition to 305 309
3522                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       339 354
       Some observations of the meso-scale transport of sulphur compounds in the rural east Midlands.
3523                                    scattering coefficient from the apparent one measured in fog.
       A method for recovering the trueATEN-B   1980     14       383 384
3524                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       385 389
       Calibration of special water sensitive paper including droplet impaction at oblique angels.
3525                                   concentrations resulting from open field burning.
       Factors influencing particulate ATEN-B   1980     14       433 443
3526                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       445 456
       Coal combustion fly ash characterization: adsorption of nitrogen and water.
3527                                   ATEN-B   1980     14        spectroscopy
       Identification of airborne particles by laser induced mass 485 494
3528                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       495 499
       Intercomparison of optical particle counters under conditions of normal operation.
3529                                   refinery 1980
       Chemical characteristics of oil ATEN-B            14       509
                                                 plumes in Los Angeles. 522
3530                                   coal fired power plant environment of Colstrip, Montana
       Air quality measurements in the ATEN-B   1980     14       523 532
3531                                    plant   1980     14        to   541
       Slow chemical reactions in powerATEN-B plumes: application 533 sulfates.
3532                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       543 547
       Hydrochloric acid aerosol and gaseous hydrogen chloride partitioning in a cloud contaminated by solid rocket exhau
3533                                   ATEN-B   1980     14        on   569
       The effect of non-asbestos fibres and sample fibre density 565 the agreement between laboratories evaluating membra
3534                                    NO2 on 1980      14
       The enhanced oxidation of SO2 byATEN-B carbon particulates.571 575
3535                                    for quantitative 14
       Testing a high volume air smplerATEN-B   1980              609   polysyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
                                                          collection of 613
3536                                   aerosols.
       Water solubility of atmospheric ATEN-B   1980     14       615 616
3537                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       620 621
       The importance of atmospheric ozone and hydrogen peroxide in oxidizing sulfur dioxide in cloud and rainwater.
3538                                    concentration and light scattering extinction in ambient aerosols
       Comparison of fine particle massATEN-B   1980     14       623 626
3539                                   ATEN-B   1980     14
       Integrative technique for detection of atmospheric ammonia 641 645
3540                                   ATEN-B   1980
       Measurements of hydrogen peroxide in rainwater    14       653 656
3541                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       665 670
       Kinetics of gas to particle conversion in the NH3-HCl system
3542                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       695 703
       N-alkane studies in the troposhere- II: Gas and particulate concentrations in Indian Ocean air.
3543                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       735   Pueblo, Colorado.
       Correlations between fine and coarse particle concentrations at 737
3544                                    air pollution in 14
       Recent trends in sulphur dioxideATEN-B   1980              787   urban region.
                                                          the Sheffield 796
3545                                   ATEN-B   1980
       A linear impactor for fog droplet sampling.       14       797 801
3546                                   ATEN-B   1980      pollutants
       Retardation of Aqueous droplet evaporation by air 14       803 807
3547                                   atmospheric aerosol.
       The formaldehyde content of the ATEN-B   1980     14       809 818
3548                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       829   with a carbon soot aerosol.
       Heterogeneous reactions of sulphur dioxide and SO2/NO2 mixtures 839
3549                                   ATEN-B   1980     14
       Plume chemistry studies at a northern Alberta power plant. 859 860
3550                                   of source in relation to long distance transport of air pollutants.
       Initial dry deposition and type ATEN-B   1980     14       860 861
3551                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       871 878
       On the preparation of highly dispersed radioactively labeled condensation aerosol of silver and silver compounds.
3552                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       896 910
       On the aliphatic and polyaromatic hydrocarbon levels in urban and background aerosols from Belgiumand the Netherla
3553                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       973   particulates in the urban area of Rio de Janeiro.
       Meteorological parameters and concedntration of total suspended 978
3554                                    scattering coefficient from the apparent one measured in fog.
       A method for recovering the trueATEN-B   1980     14       980
3555                                   ATEN-B   1980
       A particle and gas dry deposition: A review.      14       983 1011
3556                                   ATEN-B   1980     14
       Predictions for particle deposition on natural waters.     1013 1016
3557                                   ATEN-B   pesticide aerial spray.
       Two models of long-range drift of forest 1980     14       1017 1025
3558                                   ATEN-B   1980     14
       The washout of combustion-generated hydrogen chloride.     1055 1062
3559                                    oxidation based on published data.
       Kinetic model of atmospheric SO2ATEN-B   1980     14       1067 1076
3560                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       1089 1094
       Simplified calculation of aerosol penetration through channels and tubes.
3561                                   ATEN-B   1980     14
       Inclined impaction for respirable particle sampling.       1109 1111
3562                                   ATEN-B   in relation to health 1118
       The assessment of suspended particulates 1980     14       1115
3563                                   sources 1980      14       1137 1146
       A quantitative determination of ATEN-B in the Boston urban aerosol.
3564                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       1159 1170
       Airborne sulfur dioxide to sulfate oxidation studies of the INCO 318M chimney plume.
3565                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       1171 1175
       Atmospheric concentrations and sources of rare earth elements in the Osaka area, Japan.
3566                                   ATEN-B   1980     14        air 1180
       Organic and inorganic lead concentrations in environmental 1177 in Antwerp, Belgium.
3567                                   ATEN-B   1980      stacks: A feasibility study.
       Airborne estimation of particulate emissions from 14       1201 1203
3568                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       1207 1208
       Measurements of gaseous lead alkyls in polluted atmospheres.
3569                                    airborne particulate matter.
       Mutagenicity and PAH-analysis ofATEN-B   1980     14       1208 1209
3570                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       1255 1262
       Oscillations in pollutant concentration occuring in cold offshore flow over Venice.
3571                                   ATEN-B   1980      metal (Fe (III))-S(IV) aerosol.
       The production and characterization of transition 14       1279 1287
3572                                   ATEN-B   1980
       Particle transport in electrostatic precipitators.14       1289 1299
3573                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       1331 1333
       Intercomparison of sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide remote sensors at the 1979 European community campaign at
3574                                   ATEN-B   1980
       Recalibration of condensation nucleus counters. 14         1335 1336
3575                                   ATEN-B   in relation to topography in rural area of central southern England.
       Smoke and sulphur dioxide concentrations 1980     14       1381 1390
3576                                   ATEN-B   1980      Tokyo area.
       Organic constituents inatmospheric fallout in the 14       1409 1419
3577                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       1427 1432
       Mechanism of trace element deposition from the free atmosphere to surfaces in remote high Sierra canyon.
3578                                   ATEN-B   the      14       1449 university campus in Madrid, during the period 197
       A study of the suspended particulates in 1980 atmosphere, in the 1450
3579                                   ATEN-B   1980     14       1451
       Determination of elemental carbon component of soot in ambient aerosol samples.
3580                                   ATEN-B   1981      to      1     9
       Contribution of anthropogenic and natural sources 15 atmospheric sulfur in parts of the United States.
3581                                   ATEN-B   marsh. 15
       Study of H2S emissions from a salt water 1981              11    18
3582                                    powder 1981      15       19
       Line broadening effects in X-rayATEN-B diffraction analysis of 22particulate ammonium sulfate
3583                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Long-term measurements of respirable sulfates and 15        23    30
                                                           particles inside and outside homes.
3584                                   ATEN-B    1981      in      31    41
       The prediction of rain acidity and SO2 scavenging 15 eastern North America.
3585                                     MAP3S   1981     15       43    55
       An analysis of the first year ofATEN-B rain chemistry measurements.
3586                                   ATEN-B
       Rainwater acidity measurement problems. 1981       15       57    60
3587                                   suspended matter in air in 61
       Elemental analysis of the total ATEN-B    1981     15             64
                                                                    downtown Caracas.
3588                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       65    72
       Particle collection by a pilot plant Venturi scrubber downstream from a pilot plant electrostatic precipitator.
3589                                   ATEN-B    intensity in rural equatorial Africa.
       Estimation of the Aitken Particle source 1981      15       83    90
3590                                   ATEN-B    1981     15
       Reactivity of policyclic aromatic hydrocarbons adsorbed on 91     particles.
                                                                    soot 94
3591                                   ATEN-B    of nitrogen dioxide in 108 using a new absorbing reagent.
       A rapid spectrophotometric determination 1981      15       107   air
3592                                     mass    1981      the air-water 129
       Profile measurements of particleATEN-B transfer at 15       123   interface.
3593                                   ATEN-B    1981     15
       Rate control of ammonia volatilization from rice paddies. 131 140
3594                                     horizontal surface.
       Resuspension of particles from aATEN-B    1981     15       141 149
3595                                   ATEN-B
       Visibility in absorbing aerosols.         1981     15       151 155
3596                                   ATEN-B    atmosphere.
       Smoke concentration in the greater Cairo 1981      15       157 161
3597                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       163 176
       2-D studies of the kinetic photochemistry of the urban troposphere. I. Air stagnation conditions.
3598                                   ATEN-B    the      15       177   powerplant plume.
       Fine particle formation and transport in 1981 Colstrip, Montana, 189
3599                                     with    1981     15       191
       The reactions of nitrogen oxidesATEN-B SO2 in aqueous aerosols. 195
3600                                     sulfur 1981      15       197 203
       Determination of ambient aerosolATEN-B using continuous flame photometric detection system. II. The measurement o
3601                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       206 208
       Evaluation od a technique for measuring dry aerial deposition rates of DT and PCB residues.
3602                                   ATEN-B    1981     15
       Industrial air pollution: British progress-A review.        213 219
3603                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       221 227
       Relations between sulfur and heavy elements in rural atmosphere.
3604                                     diethylhydroxylamine.
       Control of photochemical smog byATEN-B    1981     15       229 241
3605                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       263 270
       The use of mechanical ventilation with heat recovery for controlling radon and radon-daughter concentrations in ho
3606                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       271 275
       Absorption and liquid water content relationship in fog, at thirteen ir wavelengths.
3607                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        atmosphere using fluorescence derivatization.
       Continuous determination of gaseous ammonia in the ambient 277 289
3608                                   air.
       Sampling of nitrates in ambient ATEN-B    1981     15       283 289
3609                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       291   aerosol collected on filter media.
       A study of errors in x-ray quantitative analysis procedures for 296
3610                                   into falling drops: A comparison of experimental data with absorption models.
       Mass transfer of sulfur dioxide ATEN-B    1981     15       297 300
3611                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       307 313
       Surface enrichment of aluminosilicate minerals and coal combustion ash particles.
3612                                     matter 1981      15       315 320
       Seasonal behavior of particulateATEN-B at three rural Utah sites.
3613                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Silicon in submicron particles in the southwest. 15         321 333
3614                                   respirable sulfates and particles.
       Indoor-outdoor relationships of ATEN-B    1981     15       335 343
3615                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       353 361
       2-D studies of the kinetic photochemistry of the urban troposphere- II. Normal convective conditions.
3616                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       371   spectral sky radiance.
       The detection of very thin aerosol layers by the measurement of 378
3617                                   ATEN-B    mutagenicity of diesel 402
       Influence of sampling filter type on the 1981      15       397   exhaust particulate extracts.
3618                                   polynuclear hydrocarbon photoreaction studies.
       A rapid actinometric method for ATEN-B    1981     15       407 409
3619                                     pollution of the 15
       Diurnal variation of particulateATEN-B    1981              411   an
                                                           atmosphere in 413 urban area.
3620                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       415 426
       The relative contribution of fluctuations in relative humidity and particulateconcentrations to the variability of
3621                                    diethylhydroxylamine.
       Control of photochemical smog byATEN-B   1981     15       416 421
3622                                   ATEN-B   1981     15
       Measurements of gaseous lead alkyls in polluted atmosphere.421 424
3623                                   ATEN-B   1981     15        quality
       Multivariate analysis of particulate sulfate and other air 424 426 variables by principal components-Part I. Annua
3624                                   ATEN-B   1981
       Non-health effects of airborne particulate matter.15       431 482
3625                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       549 556
       The formation and growth of sulfate aerosols in the stratosphere.
3626                                   ATEN-B   1981      sulfur dioxide.
       Oxygen-18 study of the aqueous-phase oxidation of 15       557 566
3627                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       567 578
       Sulphur dioxide, oxides of nitrogen and ozone measured continuously for 2 years at a rural site.
3628                                    deposition rates 15
       Prediction of marine atmosphericATEN-B   1981              579    Be
                                                          using total & 582 deposition velocities.
3629                                   ATEN-B   1981      sesonal change.
       Particle deposition in three vegetation stands: A 15       583 587
3630                                   ATEN-B   1981
       Aerosol sampling inlets and inhalable particles. 15        589 600
3631                                    hazardous organic chemicals in 612
       Measurements of some potentiallyATEN-B   1981     15       601    urban environments.
3632                                   ATEN-B   amorphous airborne particulates in the Provo-Orem vicinity, Utah.
       Quantitative analysis of crystalline and 1981     15       613 618
3633                                    molecular weight 15
       Interlaboratory analysis of highATEN-B   1981              619 624
                                                          organochlorines in ambient air.
3634                                   ATEN-B   controlled sulfur 625 628 test atmspheres by movile laboratories.
       Comparative programme on the analysis of 1981     15        dioxide
3635                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       629
       First European symposium: "Physico-chemical behaviour of atmospheric pollutants", ISPRA (Varese), Italy, 16-18 Oct
3636                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       631    atmospheric removal mechanism.
       Mercury partitioning in apower plant plume and its influence on 635
3637                                   ATEN-B   1981     15
       Smoke as a quantitative atmospheric diffusion tracer.      634
3638                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       634
       Meteorological parameters and concentration of total suspended particulates in the urban area of Rio de Janeiro.
3639                                   ATEN-B   1981     15        spectroscopy.
       Identification of airborne particles by laser induced mass 635
3640                                   ATEN-B   1981     15
       Airborne carbon particles and marble deterioration.        645 652
3641                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       675 687
       A determination of the sources of airborne particles collected during the regional air pollution study.
3642                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       689 701
       A model of regional long-term average sulfur atmospheric pollution, surface removal, and net horizontal flux.
3643                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       703 712
       Sampling errors in blunt dust samplers arising from external wall loss effects.
3644                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       713 718
       Electrical aerosol analyzer: Data reduction for high altitude or reduced pressure.
3645                                   ATEN-B   coal-fired power plants- A comparison between conventional and scrubbed p
       Atmospheric oxidation of flue gases from 1981     15       749 762
3646                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       763 773
       Oxidation of sulfur dioxide in aqueous ammonium aerosols containing manganese as a catalyst.
3647                                   ATEN-B   1981      concentration.
       Short-range forecasting of pollutant ground level 15       775 779
3648                                   ATEN-B   1981
       Enrichment of sulphate in maritime aerosols.      15       787 791
3649                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       793 798
       Correlations between acoustic sounder dispersion estimates, meteorological parameters and pollution concentrations
3650                                   and sulphur dioxide concentrations in Manchester area.
       Meteorological effects on smoke ATEN-B   1981     15       799 806
3651                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       853 862
       Acid rain at Kennedy Space Center, Florida: Recent observations.
3652                                   synoptic 1981
       The significance of wet and dry ATEN-B            15       863 873
                                                regions on long-range transport of pollution and its deposition.
3653                                    concentration and light scattering extinction in ambient aerosol.
       Comparison of fine particle massATEN-B   1981     15       875 876
3654                                   ATEN-B   matter of five German cities.
       The PAH profiles in airborne particulate 1981     15       887 890
3655                                    sequential filtration withNuclepore filters.
       Review: Aerosol fractionation byATEN-B   1981     15       891 904
3656                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       905 908
       A method for reducing and evaluating blanks in Tenax air sampling cartridges.
3657                                    polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons using glass fibre filters and polyurethane foam.
       High-volume sampling of airborneATEN-B    1981     15        909 918
3658                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        919 927
       A comparison of ambient suspended particulate matter concentrations measured by the British smoke sampler and the
3659                                   ATEN-B    a rural area in North China.
       Fine and coarse aerosol composition from 1981      15        933 937
3660                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        939 944
       Correlation between light attenuation and particulate concentration of a coal-fired power plant emission.
3661                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        945 956
       Bulk deposition in the Sudbury and Muskoka-Haliburton areas of Ontario during the shutdown of INCO Ltd in Sudbury.
3662                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        1035 1046
       Objective analysis of air pollution monitoring network data; spatial interpolation and network density.
3663                                   ATEN-B    1981     15         actual air pollution levels in an unknown region.
       Random- and minimax-campaigns for the determination of the 1047 1058
3664                                    on sulfate production and 1059 1068
       Influence of gaseous nitric acidATEN-B    1981     15         acidity in rain.
3665                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        1075 1079
       Relationships between sulfate and nitrate ion concentrations and rainfall pH for use in modelling applications.
3666                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Acid precipitation:The importance of nitric acid. 15         1081 1085
3667                                   sampling 1981
       Atmospheric particulate nitrate ATEN-B             15        1087 1089
                                                 errors due to reactions with particulate and gaseous strong acids.
3668                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        1095 concentration of sulphate in precipitation.
       Effect of enrichment in marine aerosols on estimated background 1096
3669                                   ATEN-B    1981
       The production and characterization of transition 15         1097 1098
                                                           metal (Fe (III))-S(IV) aerosol.
3670                                   ATEN-B    North    15
       Recent acidification of precipitation in 1981 America.       1103 1109
3671                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        1111 1116
       An analysis of acidic precipitation in southcentral Ontario using air parcel trajectories.
3672                                    rate     reaction 15 gases 1129liquid droplets: Application to the oxidation of SO2
       Mass-transport limitation to theATEN-B of 1981      of        in   1144
3673                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        1145 1154
       Oxidation of SO2 in aqueous droplets: Mass-transpoirt limitation in laboratory studies and the ambient atmosphere.
3674                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Sulfate air quality control strategy design        15        1227 1249
3675                                    the radiative properties and climatic consequences of atmospheric dust under noin
       An experimantal determination ofATEN-B    1981     15        1251 1259
3676                                    in West 1981
       Sulphur dioxide and smoke levelsATEN-B    London. 15         1261 1263
3677                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        1265 1268
       An intercomparison of the integrating plate and the laser transmission methods for determination of aerosol absorp
3678                                   ATEN-B    1981     15         of   1279
       Characteristics of cascade impactors in size determination 1273diesel particles.
3679                                   ATEN-B    in the presence of O3, 1286 and N2O.
       The oxidation of SO2 on carbon particles 1981      15        1281 NO2,
3680                                    and nitrous acid 15 oxidazing SO2 in atmospheric aqueous droplets.
       The importance of soot particlesATEN-B    1981      in       1287 1292
3681                                   ATEN-B    1981
       The rates of formation of hydrogen chloride/water 15          by   1299
                                                           aerosols 1293homogeneous nucleation.
3682                                   ATEN-B    1981     15         industrialized country.
       Elemental background concentration in the atmosphere of an 1325 1330
3683                                   ATEN-B    1981     15         New
       The distribution and transport of sulfate "species" in the 1335 York metropolitan area during the 1977 summer aeros
3684                                   ATEN-B
       Natural and anthropogenic emissions.      1981     15        1335 1336
3685                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        1345 1348
       Progress in Arctic air chemistry, 1977-1980: A comparison of the first and second symposia.
3686                                   in 1980 1981
       The Arctic air-sampling network ATEN-B             15        1349 1352
3687                                    and toatal extractable particulate organic matter in the Arctic aerosol.
       Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbonsATEN-B    1981     15        1353 1363
3688                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Identification of selected organics in the Arctic 15aerosol. 1365 1369
3689   Soot in the Arctic.             ATEN-B    1981     15        1371 1374
3690                                   ATEN-B    1981     15        1375 1389
       Aerosol light scattering and condensation nuclei measurements at Barrow, Alaska.
3691                                   ATEN-B    sources on haze in the 1419
       The influence of mid-latitudal pollution 1981      15        1407 Canadian Arctic.
3692                                   ATEN-B    1981     15
       On the origin of the Arctic aerosol: A statistical approach. 1421 1427
3693                                   elements 1981 the 15
       Wet and dry deposition on trace ATEN-B    onto               1429 sheet.
                                                           Greenland ice 1437
3694                                   ATEN-B   1981      region. 1439 1445
       The transfer of airborne pollutants to the Arctic 15
3695                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1447 1455
       Relative importances of North America and Euroasia as sources of Arctic aerosol.
3696                                   ATEN-B   1981      of      1457 1464
       The Mn/V ratio as a tracer of large-scale sources 15 pollution aerosol for the Arctic.
3697                                   ATEN-B   1981
       Planetary-wave behavior and Arctic air pollution. 15       1465 1471
3698                                   polluted 1981 to the Arctic.
       Speculations on the movement of ATEN-B   air      15       1473 1477
3699                                   ATEN-B   1981      pollutants.
       A direct simulation of hemispherical transport of 15       1479 1482
3700                                   ATEN-B   1981      the mid-latitudes: A preliminary model.
       Eddy diffusion transport of Arctic pollution from 15       1483 1490
3701                                    of cloud-active aerosol to Iceland.
       Long-range atmospheric transportATEN-B   1981     15       1491 1501
3702                                   ATEN-B   1920.
       Trends in cloudiness in the Arctic since 1981     15       1503 1506
3703                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1507 1516
       Atmospheric, riverine and oceanic sources of seven trace constituents to the Arctic Ocean.
3704                                    Helens 1981       on      1539 1542
       Effect of the May-June Mount St.ATEN-B eruptions 15 precipitation chemistry in central Colorado.
3705                                   the oxidation rate of sulphur dioxide in water.
       Electrolyte solution theory and ATEN-B   1981     15       1591 1595
3706                                   ATEN-B   of sulfates in clouds. 1604
       Cloud water chemistry and the production 1981     15       1597
3707                                   ATEN-B   1981     15         in   1613
       Contribution to the study of sulfur dioxide transformation 1605power plant plumes: Tests in laboratory and on flue
3708                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1615 pH.
       Aqueous oxidation of sulfur dioxide by hydrogen peroxide at low 1621
3709                                   ATEN-B   1981     15         to   1631
       Particulate sulfate in Lexington, Kentucky and itsrelation 1623major surrounding SO2 sources.
3710                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1681 1690
       Characterization of ambient aerosol particulate samples from the St.Louis area by x-ray powder diffractometry.
3711                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1709 1716
       Data inversion for cascade impactors: fitting sums of log-normal distributions.
3712                                   summer   1981     15       1717 1725
       Trace element concentrations in ATEN-B aerosols at rural sites in New York state and thei possible sources.
3713                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1727 computed with a radiative-convective model.
       Influence of aerosol optical properties on surface temperatures 1731
3714                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1733 1737
       Temporal variation of particle scattering coefficients at Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York.
3715                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1745 1747
       A report on the conference 'Climate and offshore energy resources', Royal Society, 21-23 October 1980.
3716                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1749 1753
       The relationship between manganese and sulfate ions in rain.
3717                                    to plant conopies.
       Analysing particulate depositionATEN-B   1981     15       1759 1761
3718                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1769
       Some aspects of SO2 absorption by water-generalized treatment.
3719                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1781
       Atmospheric concentrations and sources of rare earth elements in the Osaka area, Japan.
3720                                   ATEN-B   1981     15         soot particles.
       Reactivity of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons adsorbed on 1782 1783
3721   Atmospheric visibility.         ATEN-B   1981     15       1785 1796
3722                                   ATEN-B   1981     15         plumes and haze.
       Perceptual significance of colorometric data for colors of 1797 1803
3723                                    the atmosphere. 15
       Transfer of visible radiation inATEN-B   1981              1805 1820
3724                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1821 1826
       Calculation of multiply-scattered radiation in clean atmosphere.
3725                                   ATEN-B   visibility modeling: Efficient approximate techniques.
       The role of radiative transfer theory in 1981     15       1827 1834
3726                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1835 determination.
       Daytime visibility and nephelometer measurements related to its 1845
3727                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1847 1857
       The effects of non-standard conditions on visibility measurement.
3728                                   ATEN-B   1981     15       1859 1864
       Potential for quantitative analysis of uncontrolled routine photographic slides.
3729                                   ATEN-B   1981     15         scenic beauty.
       The effects of atmospheric optical conditions on percieved 1865 1874
3730                                   ATEN-B   1981     15
       Human perception of visual air quality (uniform haze).     1875 1890
3731                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Optical characteristics of atmospheric aerosols. 15         1891 1909
3732                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Atmospheric optical properties and meteorological 15        1911 1918
                                                           conditions.
3733                                   eastern 1981       15       1919 1928
       Spatial and temporal pattern of ATEN-B U.S. haziness: A summary.
3734                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Visibility reductionfrom soil dust in the western 15U.S.    1929 1933
3735                                   ATEN-B    regional 15
       A case study of visibility as related to 1981               1935 1942
                                                           transport.
3736                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       1943 1953
       Visibility trends in the vicinity of an isolated power plant.
3737                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       1955 1969
       Effects of a coal-fired power plant and other sources on southwestern visibility (Interim summary of EPA's project
3738                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       1971 1986
       Regional haze case studies in the southwestern U.S.-I. Aerosol chemical composition.
3739                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       1987 1997
       Regional haze case studies in the southwestern U.S.-II. Source contributions.
3740                                    haze     the      15       1999 2009
       Characterization of the regionalATEN-B in 1981 southwestern United States.
3741                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       2001 2016
       Regional and local determinations of particulate matter and visibility in the southwestern United States during Ju
3742                                    the arid west. 15
       Characterization of particles inATEN-B    1981              2017 2030
3743                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Visibility in the southwestern United States from 15        2031 2042
                                                           summer 1978 to spring 1979.
3744                                   ATEN-B    1981     15
       Regional analysis of factors affectin visual air quality. 2043 2054
3745                                    the eastern United States.
       Regional visibility modeling forATEN-B    1981     15       2055 2061
3746                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       2063 2070
       Optical properties of particulate emissions from on-road vehicles.
3747                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       2071 1078
       Characterization of kraft pulp mill particulate emissions-A summary of existing measurements and observations.
3748                                   ATEN-B
       Large fire winds, gases and smoke.        1981     15       2079 2090
3749                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       2091 2096
       The relationship of fly ash light absorption to smoke plume opacity.
3750                                    NO2 and 1981
       On the relative contributions onATEN-B             15       2097 of smoke plumes.
                                                 particles to the color 2104
3751                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Coloration of power plant plumes-NO2 or aerosols? 15        2105 2110
3752                                   and optical properties of a western coal-fired power plant plume.
       The chemistry, aerosol physics, ATEN-B    1981     15       2111 2134
3753                                   ATEN-B    visual effects caused by poer plant plumes.
       Comparison of the observed and predicted 1981      15       2135 2150
3754                                   smulated-photograph technique for visibility modeling.
       Valadation and sensitivity of a ATEN-B    1981     15       2151 2170
3755                                   ATEN-B    1981      of      2171 2177
       The effects of NO2-aerosol interaction on indices 15 perceived visibility impairment.
3756                                   for regulatory use.
       A plume blight visibility model ATEN-B    1981     15       2179 2184
3757                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       2185 and
       A dispersion-optics model for calculating visibility impairment 2196 comparisons of model estimates with field meas
3758                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       2197 2203
       Some observations of pllutant transport associated with elevated plumes.
3759                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       2219 2222
       Verification of a three-dimensional transport model using tetroon data from project STATE.
3760                                   ATEN-B    1981     15       2205 2217
       The long-range dispersion of plume from an isolated point source.
3761                                   ATEN-B    1981     15
       Airborne downlooking lidar measurements during STATE 78. 2223 2230
3762                                   dioxide: 1981
       Atmospheric oxidation of sulfur ATEN-B              as      2231 2239
                                                 A review 15 viewed from power plant and smelter plume studies.
3763                                   power     1981     15       2241 2253
       Sulfur chemistry in smelter and ATEN-B plant plumes in the western U.S.
3764                                   ATEN-B    1981
       The oxidation and long-range transport of sulphur 15        2255 2262
                                                           dioxide in remote region.
3765                                   ATEN-B    partially SO2-scrubbed 2272
       Cross-sectionsl studies of plumes from a 1981      15       2263 power plant.
3766                                   plumes    1981     15       2273 2282
       Conversion rates in power plant ATEN-B based on filter pack data: The coal-fired Cumberland plume.
3767                                   plumes    1981     15       2283 2292
       Conversion rates in power plant ATEN-B based on filter pack data: The oil-fired Northport plume.
3768                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2293 2313
       Gas-to-particle conversion of sulfur inpower plant plumes-I. Parametrization of the conversion rate for dry, moder
3769                                   power     1981    15        2315 2327
       Studies of aerosol formation in ATEN-B plant plumes-I. Growth laws for secondary aerosols in power plant plumes: Im
3770                                   power     1981    15        2329 2339
       Studies of aerosol formation in ATEN-B plant plumes-II. Secondary aerosol formation in the Navajo generating stati
3771                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2341 in cloud droplets.
       Cloud chamber studies of dark transformations of sulfur dioxide 2352
3772                                   ATEN-B    power   15
       Smog chamber studies of NOx chemistry in 1981 plant plumes. 2353 2365
3773                                   ATEN-B    1981     plume: A 2367 2376
       Generation of secondary pollutants in power plant 15         model study.
3774                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2395 2406
       Mathematical model for multicomponent aerosol formation and growth in plumes.
3775                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2407 2420
       Seasonal variations in light scattering in the new york region and their relation to sources.
3776                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2421 2432
       Visibility-pollutant relationships in southern Arizona-I. Analysis of the historical data base
3777                                   ATEN-B    1981
       Visual air quality assessment: Denver case study. 15        2433 2441
3778                                   to visibility measurements 2443the eastern United States.
       Application of a telephotometer ATEN-B    1981    15         in   2449
3779                                    median 1981      15        2451 2462
       Statistical relationship betweenATEN-B visibility and conditions of worst-case impact on visibility.
3780                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2463 visibility reduction.
       The relative importance of atmospheric sulfates and nitrates in 2471
3781                                   ATEN-B    1981    15         Relationships between extinction and chemical compositi
       Visibility-reducing species in the Denver "brown cloud"-I. 2473 2484
3782                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2485 2502
       Visibility-reducing species in the Denver "brown cloud"-II. Sorces and temporal patterns.
3783                                   of regular and irregular shape. 2519
       Light scattering from particles ATEN-B    1981    15        2511
3784                                   ATEN-B    in Ontario.
       The occurance and nature of brown plumes 1981     15        2521 2529
3785                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2531 2535
       Verification of smoke plume opacity model on a TI-59 calculator.
3786                                   ATEN-B
       The University of Vienna telephotometer. 1981     15        2537 2546
3787                                   ATEN-B    1981     and scanning teleradiometers and an integrating nephelometer.
       TThe visual air quality predicted by conventional 15        2547 2554
3788                                    meteorology in the San Francisco Bay area.
       Long path optical extinction andATEN-B    1981    15        2555 2560
3789                                    dependence at Raleigh, North Carolina.
       Visibility-atmospheric turbidityATEN-B    1981    15        2561 2563
3790                                   particulate sulfur and sulfuric 2571 with flame photometry and thermal analysis.
       Airborne in-situ measurement of ATEN-B    1981    15        2565 acid
3791                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2573 2581
       Sulfate formation in point source plumes: A review of recent field studies.
3792                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2583 rate.
       Lagrangian measurements of sulfur dioxide to sulfate conversion 2591
3793                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2593 2596
       Importance of deposition velocity for sulfur gas to sulfate particle transformation rates at Four Corners power pl
3794                                   ATEN-B    1981    15         plumes and haze.
       Perceptual significance of colorometric data for colors of 2797
3795                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2598
       Verification of a three dimensionsl transport model using tetroon data from project STATE.
3796                                    the atmospher. 15
       Transfer of visible radiation inATEN-B    1981              2598
3797                                   ATEN-B    1981    15
       Scattering of light and the color of atmospheric hazes.     2599 2616
3798                                   ATEN-B    1981    15        2617 2624
       Comparison of telephotometer measurements of extinction coefficients with scattering and absorption coefficients.
3799                                    nephelometer measurements 2625atmospheric attenuation and its relationship to aero
       Comparison of telephotometer andATEN-B    1981    15         of   2630
3800   Denver's visibility history.    ATEN-B    1981    15        2631 2638
3801                                   ATEN-B    1981     and extinction coefficient for bimodal size distributions.
       On the proportionality of fine mass concentration 15        2639 2646
3802                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Comparison of several Aitken nuclei counters.     16        1     11
3803                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        13
       The interception and retention of aerosols by vegetation-I. The 24formulation of a filtration model.
3804                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        25
       Diffusional deposition of ultrfine aerosols on nucleopore filters.40
3805                                   analysis.
       Visibility trends-I. Methods of ATEN-B    1982     16        41    51
3806                                    optical 1982
       Radiative heating rates and someATEN-B             16
                                                 properties of the 53     66
                                                                     St.Louis aerosol, as inferred from aircraft measurement
3807                                   reactive 1982 plant plume.
       Modelling study of a chemically ATEN-B    power    16        85    97
3808                                   ATEN-B    with     16        99    103
       Fluoride in precipitation-I. Methodology 1982 fluoride-selective electrode.
3809                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        105 111
       Fluoride in precipitation-II. Implications for the geochemical cycling of fluorine.
3810                                    secondary ambient aerosols: Implications for chemical conversion mechanisms.
       Growth laws for the formation ofATEN-B    1982     16        121 134
3811                                   ATEN-B    by water 16
       Non-isothermal effects on SO2 absorption 1982                145 150
                                                           droplets-I. Model development.
3812                                   ATEN-B    by water 16
       Non-isothermal effects on SO2 absorption 1982                151 159
                                                           droplets-I. Results and discussion.
3813                                   and intervention analysis. 161 169
       On long term air quality trends ATEN-B    1982     16
3814                                    erodible soils. 16
       Trace-elements concentrations inATEN-B    1982               171 176
3815                                    from     1982     16        177 178
       Potential for atmospheric sulfurATEN-B microbiological sulfate reduction.
3816                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Retardation of aqueous droplet evaporation by air 16         178 179
                                                           pollutants
3817                                   ATEN-B    Poland 14
       On precipitation aciditi in southeastern 1980                1217 1221
3818                                   ATEN-B    Poland 16
       On precipitation aciditi in southeastern 1982                179 180
3819                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        183 195
       Model calculations of the chemical processes occuring in the plume of a coal-fired power plant.
3820                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        229
       Wind tunnelmeasurements of the resuspension of ideal particles. 238
3821                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        239 243
       Dispersion of non-buoyant particles inside a convective boundary layer.
3822                                   ATEN-B    1982
       A semi-empirical method of compute concentrations 16         245 248
                                                           associated with surface releases in the stable boundary layer.
3823                                   long-term concentrations of pollutants associated with long-range transport.
       A statistical model to estimate ATEN-B    1982     16        249 257
3824                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        259 266
       Validation and physical parametrization of a Gaussian climatological model applied to a complex site.
3825                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        267 271
       The effect of spatial variability of meteorological data on annual average air concentrations predicted by a win-r
3826                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        273 282
       On the use of various filter substrates for quantitative particulate analysis by x-ray diffraction.
3827                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        283 292
       Mesure de l'intensite de la source de noyaux d'Aitken en site urbain. Influence des differentes composants.
3828                                   ATEN-B    1982     16         effects
       A comparison of optical and aerodynamic aerosol sizes: The 293 300 of inhomogeneous particles.
3829                                    dry deposition velocity at an air-land interface.
       Profile measurements of particleATEN-B    1982     16        301 306
3830                                   ATEN-B    1982     16
       Precipitator efficiency for log-normal distributions.        307 313
3831                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        315 323
       Some observations of the influence of meteorological variables on the size distribution of natural aerosol particl
3832                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Wind tunnel evaluation of the British smoke shade 16sampler. 325 328
3833                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        329
       Chemistry of precipitation at high altitudes: inter-relation of 335acid-base components
3834                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        337 348
       Deposition of atmospheric acid from local and distant sources at a rural site in Nova Scotia.
3835                                   ATEN-B
       Hydrogen sulphide uptake by vegetation. 1982       16        349 353
3836                                   ATEN-B    1982
       On the deposition of aqueous sulfate solutions. 16           355 357
3837                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        359 361
       Impact of particle characterization in confounding reported particle deposition velocities.
3838                                   for a     1982      site.
       The evaluation of diffusivities ATEN-B non-uniform 16        379 390
3839                                    air pollution studies.
       A simple sonde system for use inATEN-B    1982     16        391 399
3840                                    the Kwinana indusreial area of 412
       A regional air quality model forATEN-B    1982     16        401   western Australia.
3841                                   ATEN-B    1982     16         Experimental design and program overview.
       The Nanticoke shoreline diffusion experiment, June 1978-I. 413 421
3842                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       423 437
       The Nanticoke shoreline diffusion experiment, June 1978-II. Internal boundary layer structure.
3843                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       439 454
       The Nanticoke shoreline diffusion experiment, June 1978-III. Ground-based air quality measurements.
3844                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       455 466
       The Nanticoke shoreline diffusion experiment, June 1978-IV. A. Oxidation of sulphur dioxide in a power plant plume
3845                                   fumigation.
       A similarity model of shoreline ATEN-B   1982     16       467 477
3846                                   of Nanticoke generating station 489
       Modelling continuous fumigation ATEN-B   1982     16       479   plume.
3847                                    relationship between diffusion 496
       Experimental observations on theATEN-B   1982     16       491   characteristics and spectral coherence.
3848                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       497 504
       Predicting the spatial distribution of concentration fluctuations from a ground level source.
3849                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       505 512
       Horizontal diffusion in the atmosphere: A Lagrangian-dynamical theory.
3850                                    fumigation during nocturnal inversion break-up.
       A numerical model study of plumeATEN-B   1982     16       513 519
3851                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       521 530
       Thermal simulation of ground absorption of pollutants emitted from elevetad sources.
3852                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       531
       An analysis of the SO2 concentration levels in Athens, Greece. 544
3853                                    aerosols.
       Drop size measurements of liquidATEN-B   1982     16       563 567
3854                                   ATEN-B   1982      sulfur-containing aerosols in the New York area.
       Seasonal variations in the composition of ambient 16       569 580
3855                                    the eastern Mediterranien.
       Transport of Saharan dust acrossATEN-B   1982     16       581 587
3856                                    particulate strong acidity in the Los Angeles basin.
       Measurement of sulfuric acid andATEN-B   1982     16       589 593
3857                                    Louis. 1982
       Visibility changes caused by St.ATEN-B            16       595 598
3858                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       599 613
       Atmospheric transport of visibility degrading pollutants into the California Mojave desert.
3859                                   ATEN-B   1982      significance to school children in the vicinity of major trunk r
       Urban lead- A study of environmental lead and its 16       615 620
3860                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        in   624
       Bromine to lead ratios in suspended air particulate matter 621 greater Bombay.
3861                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       625 627
       In search of the worst-case meteorology and receptor in short-term multiple point sources modeling.
3862                                   ATEN-B   1982
       Turbidity and humidity parameters at Bombay.      16       629 631
3863                                    on ground level SO2concentrations.
       Terrain-induced downwash effectsATEN-B   1982     16       635 642
3864                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       655 665
       Th epotential for secondary pollutant formation in the atmospheric boundary layer in a high pressure situation ove
3865                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       667 678
       Possible effects of dispersion on the gas phase chemistry of power plant effluents.
3866                                    mathematical model for urban air pollution-I. Model formulation.
       Development of second-generationATEN-B   1982     16       679 696
3867                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        chamber
       Dynamics of sulfate particle production and growth in smog 697 708 experiments.
3868                                    volatilization from aqueous solution.
       The chemical dynamics of ammoniaATEN-B   1982     16       709 717
3869                                   ATEN-B   1982      by       droplets
       A theoretical investigation of gaseous absorption 16 water 719 729 from SO2-HNO3-NH3-CO2_HCl mixtures.
3870                                    deposition of the TCDD emitted 740 10 July 1976 from the ICMESA factory (Seveso, I
       Analysis of transport and groundATEN-B   1982     16       731   on
3871                                   to compute steady-state ground level concentration by a K-model.
       A practical numerical algorithm ATEN-B   1982     16       753 759
3872                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       765 773
       A comparison of short-term dispersion estimates resulting from various atmospheric stability classification method
3873                                   ATEN-B   1982     16
       The transport and removal of suphur dioxide in rain system.775 783
3874                                   ATEN-B   1982      composition of rainwater.
       A short study of the influence of a valley on the 16       785 793
3875                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       795 800
       Influence of contamination on the analysis of precipitation samples.
3876                                   ATEN-B   1982     16       801 814
       Impact of the INCO nickel smelter emissions on precipitation quality in the Sudbury area.
3877                                   ATEN-B
       Atmospheric lifetimes of pollutants.     1982     16       821 823
3878                                   monodisperse aerosol.
       The attachment of RaA (218Po)to ATEN-B   1982     16       825 836
3879                                    mass     1982    16       837 843
       Relationships involving particleATEN-B and sulfur content at sites in and around St. Louis, Missouri.
3880                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       845 853
       Measurements of atmospheric nitrate and nitric acid: the denuder difference experiment.
3881                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       855 865
       Seasonal variation in H2S emission to the atmosphere from intertidal sediments in Denmark.
3882                                   ATEN-B    in air for various population groups in Ahmedabad.
       Assessment of exposure to benzo(a)pyrene 1982     16       867 870
3883                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       871
       A comparison of a simple gaussian plume dispersion model with measurements of pollutant concentration at ground-le
3884                                   ATEN-B    the     16
       A study of the suspended particulates in 1982 atmosphere. 871 872
3885                                   ATEN-B    1982    16         turbulent boundary layer.
       The ground level extent of a negatively buoyant plume in a 872 873
3886                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       873 875
       Prediction of air pollution frequency distribution-I. The longnormal model.
3887                                   with SO2 1982
       The reaction of nitrogen oxides ATEN-B            16       875
                                                 in aqueous aerosols.
3888                                   ATEN-B    assimilation of gases and particles.
       Review: Atmospheric deposition and plant 1982     16       889 910
3889                                    results 1982 fine particle sulfur monitors.
       Intercomparison of concentrationATEN-B    from    16       911 916
3890                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Determination of S(IV) in particulate matter.     16       917 927
3891                                   ATEN-B    1982    16         quality
       Multivariate analysis of particulate sulfate and other air 929 943 variables by principal components-II. Salt Lake
3892                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       945 949
       Determination of total particulate sulfur at Whiteface Mountain, New York, by Pyrolysis microcoulometry.
3893                                   nuclei    1982    16
       Urban influence on condensation ATEN-B over a continent. 951 954
3894                                   ATEN-B    1982     counters.
       Particle size sensitivity of condensation nucleus 16       955 958
3895                                   ATEN-B    1982     in      959 968
       Gaseous products created by electrical discharges 16 the atmosphere and condensation nuclei resulting from gaseous
3896                                   ATEN-B    1982
       A long-path infra-red study of Los Angeles smog. 16        969 981
3897                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       983 992
       Relative humidity and temperature dependence of the ammonium nitrate dissociation constant.
3898                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       993 1000
       Relative humidity and pH dependence of the vapor pressure of ammonium nitrate-nitric acid solutions at 25C.
3899                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Sulfur Chemistry in a copper smelter plume.       16       1001 1015
3900                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       1027 1034
       The impact of day-old dilute smog on fresh smog systems: an outdoor chamber study.
3901                                   ATEN-B    1982     source in a stagnant fog layer.
       Reversible absorption of a pollutant from an area 16       1035 1037
3902                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       1039 iron
       Aqueous phase oxidation of sulfites by ozone in the presence of 1041 and manganese.
3903                                    in the 1982      16       1043 long
       Vertical distribution of SulphurATEN-B atmosphere in a case of 1046 range transport and the rate of transformatio
3904                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       1047 1052
       Daily variations of the H2S content in atmospherid air at ground-level in France.
3905                                   survey    1982    16       1061 1070
       Rationalisation of the national ATEN-B of air pollution monitoring network of the United Kingdom using spatial cor
3906                                   ATEN-B    quality data by the maximum likelihood method.
       Fitting statistical distributions to air 1982     16       1071 1076
3907                                   ATEN-B    masses affecting the Eastern half of the United States-I. air masses arri
       Background pollutant measurements in air 1982     16       1077 1088
3908                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       1089 1097
       The atmospheric Transport of Phosphorus to the western North Atlantic.
3909                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       1099 1107
       Aerial transport of pesticides over the northern Indian Ocean and adjacent seas.
3910                                   study     urban   16         patterns
       Total Organic Component Data: a ATEN-B of 1982 atmospheric 1119 1132 and trends.
3911                                   ATEN-B    1982    16         come.
       Precipitation chemistry probability-the shape of things to 1145 1157
3912                                    pollution episodes.
       Some dynamic aspects of extendedATEN-B    1982    16       1171 1181
3913                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       1183 1191
       Atmospheric marine boundary layer convective mixing velocities in the California coastal region.
3914                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       1193 1207
       Ground-based and airborne holography of ice and water clouds.
3915                                   ATEN-B    1982    16       1219 1230
       Evaluation des proprietes energetiques et microphysiques d'une source de convection artificielle a partir d'une et
3916                                   inlets    1982    16        1243 1249
       The nature of air flow near the ATEN-B of blunt dust sampling probes.
3917                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        1251 with
       An experimental study of electrostatic precipitator performance 1256 pulse excitation.
3918                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        1257 1259
       Short Communication. Annual Variation of the surface and volume concentration of the aerosol particles in rural a
3919                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Testing a mesoscale model with the Savannah River 16        1261 1264
                                                           plant krypton-85 air concentration data.
3920                                   ATEN-B    of S(IV).
       On the ion chromatographic determination 1982     16        1265 1268
3921                                   alternative method for use 1269high altitude or reduced pressure.
       Electrical aerosol analyzer: An ATEN-B    1982    16         at   1270
3922                                   ATEN-B
       Air pollution mass flow over Milan area. 1982     16        1271 1272
3923                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        1274 1275
       Aerosol light scattering and condensation nuclei measurements at Barrow, Alaska.
3924                                   ATEN-B    1982      in      1275 1276
       Gaseous products created by electrical discharges 16 the atmosphere and condensation nuclei resulting from gaseous
3925                                   ATEN-B
       Visibility in absorbing aerosols.         1982    16        1277
3926                                     of cloud-active aerosol to Iceland.
       Long-range atmospheric transportATEN-B    1982    16        1277 1278
3927                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Seasonal variations in the composition of ambient 16        1279 1280
                                                           sulfur-containing aerosols in the New York area.
3928                                   ATEN-B    power   16
       Sulfate aerosol production in coal-fired 1982 plant plumes. 1323 1331
3929                                   ATEN-B    1982    16
       Oxidation of SO2 in droplets which contain soot particles. 1333 1339
3930                                   of Arctic soot on 16
       Parametric study of the effects ATEN-B    1982              1365 1371
                                                           solar radiation.
3931                                   the regionsl air pollution 1381 1397
       A numerical model simulation of ATEN-B    1982    16         meteorology of the greater Chesapeake bay are-summer da
3932                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Modifications of the Gaussian vertical dispersion 16        1399 1405
                                                           parameter, SigmaZ, near roadways.
3933                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        1415 1418
       On the ground-level trajectory of diffusing clouds in the atmospheric boundary layer.
3934                                   ATEN-B
       Plume behavior in stratified flows.       1982    16        1419 1433
3935                                     particulate sulfur and sulfuric acid in St.Louis, July 1977-June 1978.
       Diurnal and seasonal patterns ofATEN-B    1982    16        1441 1450
3936                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        1451 1456
       Air chemistry measurements in the lower atmosphere over Sweden-data evaluation.
3937                                   ATEN-B    of particulate pollution with a telephotometer.
       Measurements of the spatial distribution 1982     16        1457 1461
3938                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        1463 1466
       Transfer of americium from sea water to atmosphere by bubble bursting.
3939                                   ATEN-B
       Exotic tracers for atmospheric studies. 1982      16        1467 1471
3940                                   ATEN-B    nitric acid emloying a 1485
       Determination of atmospheric nitrate and 1982     16        1473 diffusion denuder with a filter pack.
3941                                     An intercomparison
       Nitric acid measurement methods:ATEN-B    1982    16        1487 1500
3942                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        1501 1506
       Measurement of humidity using multifrequency atmospheric acoustic sounding.
3943                                   ATEN-B    1982
       A monodisperse sulfuric acid aerosol generator. 16          1507 1512
3944                                   ATEN-B    1982    16
       Aerosol deposition in acoustically induced turbulent flow. 1513 1522
3945                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        1523 1528
       Effects of filter loading and filter type on the mutagenicity and composition of diesel exhaust particulate extrac
3946                                   ATEN-B
       Optimizing filter fiber diameter.         1982    16        1529 1533
3947                                   ATEN-B    1982    16
       Drought and dust: A study in Canada's praire provinces      1535 1541
3948                                     variations in SO2, SO4 and vanadium in New York City from 1972-1979.
       Source-related winter and summerATEN-B    1982    16        1543 1549
3949                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        1551 1563
       Compilation of an inventory of anthropogenic emissions in the United States and Canada.
3950                                   ATEN-B    1982    16
       Ammonia denuder for field sampling of sulfuric acid.        1565 1566
3951                                   sources 1982      16        1567 1568
       A quantitative determination of ATEN-B in the Boston urban aerosol.
3952                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Planetary-wave behavior and Arctic air pollution. 16        1465 1471
3953                                   ATEN-B   1982
       Particle transport in electrostatic precipitators.16        1568 1571
3954                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1571 1572
       A sulfur hexafluoride tracer experiment from a tall stack over complex topography in a coastal area of southern En
3955                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1574
       Validation and physical parametrization of a Gaussian climatological model applied to a complex site.
3956                                   ATEN-B   Quality data by the maximum likelihood method.
       Fitting statistical distributions to air 1982     16        1574 1575
3957                                   ATEN-B   1982     16         with theoretical and empirical formulas.
       Long-range plume dispersion: Comparison of the Mt.Isa data 1583 1586
3958                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1587 1590
       Chemical speciation of H2SO4-(NH4)2SO4 particles using temperature and humidity controlled nephelometer.
3959                                   ATEN-B   a condensation nucleus 1598
       Estimation of supersaturation attined in 1982     16        1595 counter.
3960                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1603 1631
       The MAP3S/RAINE precipitation chemistry network: Statistical overciew for the period 1976-1980.
3961                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1633 1645
       Chemistry of atmospheric precipitation in the north-central United States: Influence of sulfate, nitrate, ammonia
3962                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1647 1656
       Variation in chemical wet deposition with meteorological conditions.
3963                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1657 1665
       Trajectory analysis of MAP3S precipitation chemistry data at Ihaca, NY.
3964                                   ATEN-B   1982
       Wet deposition variability as observed by MAP3S 16          1667 1676
3965                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1677
       Trace metals in atmospheric deposition: A review and assessment 1700
3966                                   sulfate 1982      16        1701 1709
       Factors influencing trace metal ATEN-B and hydrogen ion concentrations in rain
3967                                    its relationship 16
       SO2 content in precipitation andATEN-B   1982               1711 1715
                                                          with surface concentrations of SO2 in the air
3968                                   ATEN-B   1982     16
       SMICK- A scavenging mosel incorporating chemical kinetics 1717 1724
3969                                   ATEN-B   1982     16
       In-cloud and below-cloud scavenging of nitric acid vapor 1725 1734
3970                                   ATEN-B   of SO2 to SO4 based upon a simple chemical and kinematic storm model
       Predictions of in-cloud conversion rated 1982     16        1735 1752
3971                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1753 1762
       Theoretical estimates ot the scavenging coefficient fo soluble aerosol particles as a function of precipitation ty
3972                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1763 precipitation rates for the northeast sector of th
       Preliminary calculations of average storm duration and seasonal 1774
3973                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1775 1783
       Mechanistic Analysis of precipitation scavenging using a one-dimensional time-variant model
3974                                   ATEN-B   1982      canopies 1785 1794
       Predictions for particle deposition to vegetative 16
3975                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1899 1906
       Statistical analysis of winter sulphur dioxide concentration data in Vienna
3976                                    to performance of a standard air quality simulation model using data at seven pow
       Extreme value statistics relatedATEN-B   1982     16        1907 1914
3977                                   ATEN-B   1982     16         multiple
       A method for selection of air quality monitoring sites for 1915 1918 sources
3978                                    to atmospheric dust pollution 1922
       Application of spectral analysisATEN-B   1982     16        1919
3979                                   ATEN-B   1982     16
       Atmospheric aerosol factor models, mass and missing data 1923 1931
3980                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        1933 1938
       A model for the dry deposition of particles to natural water surfaces
3981                                   ATEN-B   1982     16
       An automatic, refrigerated, sequential precipitation sampler1939 1944
3982                                   ATEN-B   element compositionof precipitation on the north central U.S.
       Impact of land-use on the acid and trace 1982     16        1945 1955
3983                                   ATEN-B   1982      in       1957 1972
       Low temperature thermal oxidation of nitric oxide 16 polluted air
3984                                   ATEN-B   1982     16        2015 2018
       Monitoring of heavy metals in airborne particles by using bark samples of Japanese cedar collected from the metrop
3985                                    electrostatic aerosol classifier.
       A potential problem with the TSIATEN-B   1982     16        2019
3986                                   with the 1982 electrostatic 2021
       Addendum to a potential problem ATEN-B   TSI      16         aerosol classifier.
3987                                   ATEN-B   in the atmosphere 2023Mostar, Yugoslavia, as a function of meteorological
       Sulphur dioxide and smoke concentrations 1982     16         of   2024
3988                                   ATEN-B   1982
       Enrichment of sulphate in maritime aerosols.      16        2025 2027
3989                                   the oxidation rate of sulphur dioxide in water.
       Electrolyte solution theory and ATEN-B   1982     16        2027 2028
3990                                   nuclei    1982     16
       Urban influence on condensation ATEN-B over a continent. 2028 2029
3991                                   survey    1982     16        2031
       Rationalisation of the national ATEN-B of air pollution monitoring network of the United Kingdom using spatial cor
3992                                   particulate matter concentrations as measured by the British smoke sampler and the
       Comparison of Ambient Suspended ATEN-B    1982     16        2031 2032
3993                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2032 2033
       Diffusional deposition of ultrafine aerosols on nuclepore filters.
3994                                   and inversion heights on the transport and diffusion of pollutants in the planetar
       A model of the effects of stack ATEN-B    1982     16        2033
3995                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2037 2040
       Preliminary Communication. Nitro derivatives of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons in airborne and source particul
3996                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Review of questions regarding rain acidity data. 16          2107 2126
3997                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2139 2159
       Organic matter of the troposphere-II. Natural background of biogenic lipid matter in aerosols over the rural west
3998                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2161 2168
       Ambient levels of particulate organic matter in New York City in winter and summer.
3999                                     midwest 1982 and 16
       Extractable organic compounds inATEN-B    rain      snow.    2169 2175
4000                                   aerosol 1982       16
       Preliminary data on atmospheric ATEN-B of the Amazon Basin.  2177 2181
4001                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2183 2186
       Evaluation of the sampling buckets used in the Sangamo collector, type A for heavy metals in precipitation.
4002                                     individual fly-ash particles from coal-fired power stations by a combination of o
       Characterization and analysis ofATEN-B    1982     16        2191 2206
4003                                   ATEN-B    1982     16
       A model of sulfate aerosol dynamics in atmospheric plumes. 2207 2228
4004                                     from    1982     16        2229
       Aerosol coagulation in the plumeATEN-B a cross-wind line source. 2235
4005                                   ATEN-B
       Solar irradiance spectrum at Madrid.      1982     16        2237 2240
4006                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Aerosol sampling inlets and inhalable particles. 16          2271 2272
4007                                   ATEN-B    1982     16
       An automatic, refrigerated, sequential precipitation sampler.2272 2273
4008                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2273
       Transfer of Americium from sea water to atmosphere by bubble bursting.
4009                                   ATEN-B    and      16        2075 2087
       Diurnal variations, chemical composition 1982 relation to meteorological variables of the summer aerosol in the New
4010                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2287 2298
       Characterization of Navajo Generating Station emissions measured during the June-July 1979 VISTTA Field program.
4011                                   ATEN-B    1982     16
       Time series analysis of an historical visibility data base.  2299 2308
4012                                     United 1982      16
       Visibility trends-II. mideasternATEN-B States 1948-1978. 2309 2321
4013                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2323 2333
       Site specific factors influencing the visual range calculated from teleradiometer measurements.
4014                                   ATEN-B    1982     16
       Statistical analysis of nephelometer regional field data. 2335 2346
4015                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2347 and
       Discussion of selected papers from the 1980 symposium on plumes 2361 visibility.
4016                                   ATEN-B
       Visibility in absorbing aerosols.         1982     16        2367 2368
4017                                   ATEN-B    1982
       Regional analysis of factors affecting visual air 16quality. 2369 2372
4018                                   radiation caused by particulate 2404
       Depletion of total direct solar ATEN-B    1982     16        2401 contamination of Helwan atmosphere.
4019                                   ATEN-B    1982     16
       The extinction coefficient of multicomponent aerosols.       2405 2419
4020                                   ATEN-B    1982      a        2421 2430
       Physical, chemical and optical characteristics of 16 clean air mass over Northern Michigan.
4021                                   levels    1982     16        2431 2445
       Existing and natural background ATEN-B of visibility and fine particles in the rural East.
4022                                   snow layers deposited at the South Pole from 1928 to 1977.
       Atmospheric trace metals in the ATEN-B    1982     16        2451 2459
4023                                   particulate elemental carbon and aerosol light absorption at remote arctic locatio
       Size-segregated measurements of ATEN-B    1982     16        2461 2469
4024                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2479 2488
       Ambient sulphur dioxide inventory derived from national survey data in the Southampton neighbourhood.
4025                                   ATEN-B    1982     16        2489 2496
       Street level versus rooftop sampling: carbon monoxide and aerosol in New York City.
4026                                   coastal 1982       16        2497
       Ambient ammonia measurements in ATEN-B Southeastern Virginia. 2500
4027                                    and rural locations.
       Nitric acid and ammonia in urbanATEN-B    1982    16        2501 2506
4028                                   water     1982    16        2507 2514
       Thermodynamic prediction of the ATEN-B activity, NH4NO3 dissociation constant, density and refractive index for the
4029                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2515 2519
       An evaluation of sampling interval length on the chemical composition of wet-only deposition.
4030                                   ATEN-B    1982    16
       Application of Larsens's model to Brisbane, Australia.      2609 2614
4031                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2647 basin.
       Origins of aerosol sulfur size distributions in the Los Angeles 2656
4032                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2657 2662
       Sulfate and nitrate mass distributions in the near fields of some coal-fired power plants.
4033                                   ATEN-B    1982    16
       Measurements of sulfate production in natural clouds.       2663 2668
4034                                   at rural 1982 urban sites in north-west England.
       Airborne cadmium, lead and zinc ATEN-B    and     16        2669 2681
4035                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2683 2690
       The measurement of suspended particle and total carbon concentrations in the atmosphere using standard smoke shade
4036                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2691 2698
       Measurement of the sulfur dioxide and sulfuric acid aerosol induced corrosion of zinc in a dynamic flow system
4037                                    grass
       Deposition of small particles toATEN-B    1982    16        2699 2702
4038                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2703 2706
       Influence of relative humidity on aerosol deposition by sedimentation
4039                                   plumes: 1982      16         appproach
       Rain scavenging from tall stack ATEN-B A new experimental 2709 2714
4040                                   acid compounds in 16 rainy, 2715 2724
       Wet scavenging of sea-salts and ATEN-B    1982     a         coastal area
4041                                   ATEN-B    precipitation over Ireland
       Deposition of sulphur and the acidity of 1982     16        2725 2734
4042                                   ATEN-B    1982     telephotometers
       Calibration and error analysis of multiwavelength 16        2735 2743
4043                                   ATEN-B    1982    16
       Comparison of two identical continuous flow nucleus counters2745 2747
4044                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2749 2751
       Relationship between ambient lead concentrations and lead in gasoline in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
4045                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2753
       The relative importance of atmospheric sulfates and mitrates in visibility reduction
4046                                    An intercomparison
       Nitric acid measurement methods:ATEN-B    1982    16        2757
4047                                   ATEN-B
       Particle fallout during plume rise        1982    16        2777 2784
4048                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2863 2877
       Statistical distributions of daily and high atmospheric SO2 concentrations
4049                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2879 2888
       Non-photochemical oxidation of SO2 in regionally polluted air during winter
4050                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2889 2898
       Quality analysis of USGS preciptation chemistry data for New York
4051                                   ATEN-B    1982    16         a pine plantation
       Some direct measurements of atmospheric sulfur fluxes over 2899 2903
4052                                    water    1982    16        2905 2915
       Non-isothermal SO2 absorption byATEN-B droplets-The effects of precipitation intensity, sulfate aerosol scavenging
4053                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2917 2925
       Distribution equilibrium of methyl mercury chloride between water and air
4054                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2927 2934
       Stability of sulfur dioxide in formaldehyde absorber and its anomalous behavior in tetrachloromercurate(II)
4055                                    phase    1982    16        2935 2942
       An ambient experimental study ofATEN-B equilibrium in the atmospheric system: Aerosol H+, NH4+, SO4-,NO3--NH3,HNO3
4056                                   sampling 1982
       A 10um cutpoint ambient aerosol ATEN-B    inlet   16        2959 2965
4057                                   ATEN-B
       Radiative properties of the arctic aerosol1982    16        2967 2977
4058                                   ATEN-B    1982    16        2979 2987
       Technique for determining pollutant emissions from a gas-fired range
4059                                   ATEN-B    1982     counter 2999 3001
       Calibration of an autoranging condensation nuclei 16
4060                                   in the    1983
       Alcohols in atmospheric fallout ATEN-B Tokyo area 17        83    85
4061                                   ATEN-B    1983    17
       Background aerosol composition in southern Sweden-Fourteen 87     101
                                                                    micro and macro constituents measured in seven particle
4062   Acidity of rain in Europe       ATEN-B    1983    17        127 137
4063                                   ATEN-B    1983
       Characteristics of storm deposited dust at Cairo 17         145 149
4064                                   ATEN-B    1983    17         1962-1979
       Trends in summer visibility in London nad southern England 151 159
4065                                   ATEN-B    An investigationinto the basis of British and European emission standards
       Smoke from diesel-engined road vehicles: 1983     17        169 181
4066                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        187 190
       Evidence for enhanced mass transfer and synergistic catalysis of aqueous phase sulfur dioxide oxidation by mixture
4067                                    winter 1983
       Dry deposition of SO2 and NOx inATEN-B            17        191 192
4068                                   ATEN-B    1983    17         on   220
       Testing of the air resources laboratories trajectory model 213 cases of pollen wet depositon after long distance tr
4069                                   ATEN-B    1983    17         model
       Mesoscale air pollution dispersion models-I. eulerian grid 257 265
4070                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        267 274
       Mesoscale air pollution dispersion models-II. Lagrangian puff model and comparison with Eulerian grid model
4071                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        291 297
       Application fo statistical methods to diagnose causes of poor air-quality model performance
4072                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        299 304
       The impact of changing air quality on multiple regression models for coarse and fine particle fractions
4073                                   ATEN-B    1983     in       305 309
       Studies on air pollution from construction plants 17 Helwan industrial area-I. Total dust depositiononer the area
4074                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        311 328
       The measurement and interpretation of Br/Pb ratios in airborne particles
4075                                   ATEN-B
       X-Ray spectrometry of polar aerosols      1983    17        329 339
4076                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        341 345
       Measurements of the oxidation rate of sulfur by ozone in aqueous solution and their relevance to SO2 conversion in
4077                                   ATEN-B    1983     Minnesota
       An analysis of the chemical properties of rain in 17        347 355
4078                                   plume     1983    17        357 368
       Paticles and trace gases in the ATEN-B from a modern coal-fired power plantin the western United States and their e
4079                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        369 372
       A new method for the determination of collection efficiency of an aerosol sampler by electron microscopy
4080                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        373 382
       Characteristics of nuclepore filters with large pore size-II. Filtration properties
4081                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        383
       High volume collection of chlorinated hydrocarbons in urban air 391using three solid adsorbents
4082                                    the determinationof hydrogen peroxide in rainwater by using a chemiluminescent te
       Influence of trace metal ions inATEN-B    1983    17        393 396
4083                                    to nitrate - day 17
       Comments on the oxidation of NO2ATEN-B    1983     and night397 402
4084                                   ATEN-B    Qinghai Province, 403 408
       An investiagationof acid precipitationin 1983     17         China
4085                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        409 416
       Optical properties of aerosols-Comparisonof measurements with model calculations
4086                                   ATEN-B    1983     remote sensing of air pollution
       Optical path length of zenith skylight in passive 17        417 428
4087                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        433 436
       A high sensitivity integrating nephelometer for airborne air pollution studies
4088                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        451 460
       The relationship of sulfur emissions to sulfate in precipitation
4089                                   ATEN-B    1983     fly ash from a municipal incinerator and a coal-fired power plan
       Adsorption of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons on 17        461 465
4090                                   ATEN-B    1983     in       573 579
       Studies on air pollution from construction plants 17 Helwan industrial area--II. Water soluble and insoluble depos
4091                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        581 591
       Acidity in air and water in a case of warm frontal precipitation
4092                                   ATEN-B    carbon particlate 593 600
       Problems in the sampling and analysis of 1983     17
4093                                   ATEN-B    on the decomposition of particle-associated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarb
       The effect of nitrogen dioxide and ozone 1983     17        601 605
4094                                    in electrolyte droplets 607 615
       The oxidation of sulphur dioxideATEN-B    1983    17
4095                                   ATEN-B    1983    17
       Chloride ion effects on the aqueous oxidation of SO2        617 624
4096                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        625
       Oxygen-18 study of nonaqueous-phase oxidation of sulfur dioxide 632
4097                                   ATEN-B    1983     models 645 653
       Sensitivity analysis of the kinetics of acid rain 17
4098                                   ATEN-B    1983     particles
       Photoelectric charging and detection of ultrafine 17        655 657
4099                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        663 664
       Deposition velocity of Caesium-137 on vertical building surfaces
4100                                   ATEN-B    1983     telephotometers
       Calibration and error analysis of multiwavelength 17        667
4101                                   ATEN-B   1983
       Calibration of an autoranging condensation nuclei 17counter 667 668
4102   Total organic component data:   A study 1983      17        668 671
                                       ATEN-B of urban atmospheric patterns and trends
4103                                   ATEN-B   1983       in      671
       Gaseous products created by electrical discharges 17 the atmosphere and condensation nuclei resulting from gas pha
4104                                    lead
       Effect of airborne lead on bloodATEN-B   1983     17        677 692
4105                                   ATEN-B
       Fallout of lead and uptake by crops      1983     17        693 706
4106                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        743 750
       Seasonal variation of monoterpenes in the atmosphere of a pine forest
4107                                    meteorological influences.
       Summertime visibility declines: ATEN-B   1983     17        763 774
4108                                   investigation of the dry deposition of particles to snow, pine trees and artificia
       An experimental and theoretical ATEN-B   1983     17        781 788
4109                                   ATEN-B
       Sulphur dioxide precipitation scavenging.1983     17        797 805
4110                                   ATEN-B   1983     17
       Source contributions to acid precipitation in Texas.        807 814
4111                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        815
       Ammonia and ammonium concentrations in the antartic atmosphere. 818
4112                                   ATEN-B    in Jerusalem, Israel. 822
       Atmospheric trace element concentrations 1983     17        819
4113                                   ATEN-B   1983     17         to   841
       An empirical Bayes method for comparing air pollution data 837 air quality standards.
4114                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        843 848
       The measurement of H2SO4 and other sulfate species at Tuxedo, New York with a thermal analysis flame photometric d
4115                                   and in-stack collected individual coal fly ash particles.
       A comparative study of in-plume ATEN-B   1983     17        849 852
4116                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        873   ambient sampler inlets on the collected mass.
       A quanititive technique for determining the impact of non-ideal 882
4117                                    iteration procedure for inversion of particle size distributions.
       An investigation of a non-linearATEN-B   1983     17        883 894
4118                                   ATEN-B   1983
       A study of atmospheric extinction at Cerro Tololo 17        897
                                                           Inter-American Observatory.
4119                                   ATEN-B   1983
       Non health effects of airborne particulate matter.17        899 909
4120                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        904 905
       Comparison of two identical continuous flow nucleus counters.
4121                                   ATEN-B    precipitation over Ireland.
       Deposition of sulphur and the acidity of 1983     17        905 906
4122                                   ATEN-B
       Smoke from diesel-engined road vehicles. 1983     17        906 907
4123                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        907
       The focal length method of measuring liquid aerosol droplets.
4124                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        907 908
       Street level versus rooftop sampling: carbon monoxides and aerosol in New York City.
4125                                   ATEN-B    Angeles cloud water.
       Hydrogen peroxide and sulfur (IV) in Los 1983     17        911 914
4126                                   ATEN-B   1983
       Air quality network design for Saudi Arabia using 17        921 926
                                                           long-range transport model.
4127                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        935 947
       Intermediate-range grid moedel for atmospheric sulfur dioxide and sulfate concentrations and depositions.
4128                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        949 964
       Mathematical modeling of the formation and transport of ammonium nitrate aerosol.
4129                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        999   and
       Development and application of methods for estimating inhalable 1008 fine particle concentrations from routine hi-v
4130                                   ATEN-B    air     17
       Modeling human judgments of urban visual 1983 quality.      1015 1021
4131                                   survey   1983     17        1029 1030
       Rationalisation of the national ATEN-B of air pollution monitoring network of the United Kingdom using spatial cor
4132                                   ATEN-B   1983
       The MAP3S/RAINE precipitation chemistry network: 17         1035 1037
                                                           statistical overview for the period 1976-1980 and wet deposition
4133                                   ATEN-B   1983
       Effect of freezing on sulfur dioxide dissolved in 17        1047 1050
                                                           supercooled droplets.
4134                                   in Northern Utah Mountains 1051spring of 1982.
       Geochemically alkaline snowpack ATEN-B   1983     17         in   1054
4135                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1063 1072
       Temporal variations in acid precipitation over New York State-what the 1965-1979 USGS data reveal.
4136                                    Eastern 1983
       Acid clouds and precipitation inATEN-B            17
                                                 Colorado.         1073 1082
4137                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1083 1091
       A separator for obtaining samples of cloud water in aircraft.
4138                                   of the   1983     17        1107 1121
       A regional scale modeling study ATEN-B sulfur oxides with a comparison to ambient and wet deposition monitoring da
4139                                   ATEN-B   1983     17
       Past and present sulphur pollution in the southern Pennines.1131 1137
4140                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1173 1181
       Airborne particulate size distribution measurements in nickel smelter plumes.
4141                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1199 1201
       Seasonal averages of net decay rate of SO2 over northern Europe.
4142                                    um, d0= 1983
       A thoracic particle inlet (d5= 6ATEN-B            17        1203 1204
                                                10 um) for the high-volume sampler.
4143                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1225 1252
       Evaluation of an episodic regional transport model for a multi-day sulfate episode.
4144                                   ATEN-B   and      17         sulphur compounds in fine aerosols.
       Correlations between meteorological data 1983 water-soluble 1253 1260
4145                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1261 1275
       Kinetics of SO2 oxidation over carbonaceous particles in the presence of H2O, NO3, NH3, and O3.
4146                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1277 1289
       An experimental study of the oxidation of sulfur dioxide in aqueous manganese sulfate aerosols.
4147                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1291 aerosol mass concentrations using St. Louis raps d
       Comparison of calculated and observed super- and sub-micrometer 1298
4148                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1299 1306
       Case studies of aerosol size distribution and chemistry during passages of a cold and a warm front.
4149                                    Kanpur--suspended particulate matter.
       Atmospheric pollution studies atATEN-B   1983     17        1307 1314
4150                                   ATEN-B   1983
       Modeling of multiphase atmospheric aerosols.      17        1315 1329
4151                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1331
       Some environmental effects of forest fires in interior Alaska. 1337
4152                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1355 1364
       Calibration and tests of the filter-collection method for measuring clean-air, ambient levels of nitric acid.
4153                                    and gaseous sulfur using a continuous FPD-III. Design and characterization of a
       Determination of ambient aerosolATEN-B   1983     17        1381 1385
4154                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1387 1390
       Acid deposition-precursor emission relationship in the northeastern U.S.A.: the effectiveness of regional emission
4155                                   ATEN-B   1983     17
       Fly ash surface formation and segregation during heating 1399 1409
4156                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1411 1421
       Size dependent penetration of trace elements through a utility baghouse
4157                                   and particles during sixteen months in the Ohio River Valley
       Measurements of sulfur in gases ATEN-B   1983     17        1431 1438
4158                                   ATEN-B   1983      Europe: 1457 1473
       Modelling of long-range transport of sulphur over 17         A two-yeat model run and some model experiments
4159                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1475 1482
       Anatomy of an episode of high sulfate concentration at Whiteface Mountain, New York
4160                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1483 1487
       Observation on the chemical composition of rain using short sampling times during a single event
4161                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1489 1495
       The relationship of sulfur emissions to sulfate in precipitation-II. Gas phase processes
4162                                   stratiform cloud water
       The pH and ionic composition of ATEN-B   1983     17        1497 1505
4163                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1521 1536
       Aerosol composition at Chacaltaya, Bolivia, as determined by size-fractionated sampling
4164                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1537 carboxylic acids in atmospheric particulate matter
       Methodology for the extraction and analysis of hydrocarbons and 1543
4165                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1545 1561
       Electron microscopy of acidic aerosols collected over the Northeastern United States
4166                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1563 1572
       Elemental composition of aerosols collected with airborne cascade impactors
4167                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1573 1581
       Apportioning light extinction coefficients to chemical species in atmospheric aerosol
4168                                   ATEN-B   masses affecting the eastern half of the United States-I. Air masses arri
       Background pollutant measurements in air 1983     17        1600 1602
4169                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1602 1603
       Case studies of aerosol size distribution and chemistry during passages of cold and warm front
4170                                   ATEN-B   1983     17
       Measurements of sulfate production in natural clouds        1603 1604
4171                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1687 1701
       Comparing the calculated and measured aerosol concentrations and depositions around a metallurgical plant
4172                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1723 in urban Houston: A comparison with rural Virgini
       In-Situ, rapid response measurement of H2SO4/(NH4)2SO4 aerosols 1731
4173                                   of inorganic atmospheric aerosols of both marine and polluted continental origin
       Size differentiates composition ATEN-B   1983     17        1733 1738
4174                                   ATEN-B   1983     17        1739 1752
       Gas-to-particle conversion of sulfur in power plant plumes-II. Observations of liquid-phase conversions
4175                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        1753 Parameterization of plume-cloud interactions
       Gas-to-particle conversion of sulfur in power plant plumes-III. 1763
4176                                    activity of coal 17
       The catalytic and photocatalyticATEN-B    1983     fly ashes1765 1771
4177                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        1779 1785
       An evaluation of sorption properties of precipitaion constituents on polyethylene surfaces
4178                                   ATEN-B    1983    17
       Sampling of carbonaceous particles in the atmosphere        1787 1796
4179                                   ATEN-B    1983
       Capture of cenospheres by evaporating drops       17        1797 1801
4180                                   ATEN-B    1983    17         A winter/summer field study
       Visibility-Pollutant relationships in southern Arizona-II. 1811 1823
4181                                    acid     1983
       Opacity of monodisperse sulfuricATEN-B aerosols   17        1825 1835
4182                                    chemistry
       Seasonal trends in precipitationATEN-B    1983    17        1845 1847
4183                                    at a     1983    17         mid 1851
       The chemical composition of snowATEN-B rural upland site in 1849 wales
4184                                   ATEN-B    1983    17
       Comments on MAP3S/RAINE precipitation chemistry statistics 1853 1854
4185                                   ATEN-B    1983    17
       Chloride ion effects on the aqueous oxidation of SO2        1856 1858
4186                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        1865 air
       A review of the processes and models of long-range transport of 1880 pollutants
4187                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        1965 1978
       A modeling stuly of SOx-NOx-Hydrocarbon plumes and their transport to the background troposphere
4188                                    the pollution maxima over 2001urban site
       The influence of a time-shift inATEN-B    1983    17         an   2003
4189                                   ATEN-B    1983    17
       Aqueous aerosol oxidation of nitrous acid by O2, O3 and H2O22005 2011
4190                                    collected at rural sites in the Ohio River Valley
       Composition of aerosol particlesATEN-B    1983    17        2031 2044
4191                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        2045 2053
       Background aerosol composition in the Namib Desert, South West Africa (Namibia)
4192                                   and mineral matter in aerosol particles over Bermuda
       The sourcesof sulfate, vanadium ATEN-B    1983    17        2055 2064
4193                                   solar     1983    17
       Influence of arctic haze on the ATEN-B radiation budget     2065 2068
4194                                    and liquid water 17
       Optical attenuation coefficientsATEN-B    1983              2075 2080
                                                          content relationship in fog, at seventy-four wavelengths from 0.
4195   The color of Denver Haze        ATEN-B    1983    17        2081 2086
4196                                   ATEN-B    and     17        2087 2092
       Features of light scattering coefficient 1983 aerosol particles in the urban atmosphere of Nagoya.
4197                                    cloudwater and rainwater. 2093 2096
       Carbonyls in urban fog, ice fog,ATEN-B    1983    17
4198                                   extent    1983    17
       Observer consistency in judging ATEN-B of cloud cover.      2109 2110
4199                                   ATEN-B    on the decomposition of particle-associated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarb
       The effect of nitrogen dioxide and oxone 1983     17        2112 2114
4200                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        2221 2229
       An investigation of the assumptions of linear chemistry and superposition in lrtap models.
4201                                   ATEN-B
       The mechanism of the HO-SO2 reaction.     1983    17        2231 2235
4202                                    sulfate 1983 nitrate aerosols. 2252
       Atmospheric equilibrium model ofATEN-B    and     17        2237
4203                                   ATEN-B    1983    17
       Chemistry of mist and fog from the Los Angeles urban area. 2267 2270
4204                                    a condensational 17
       Aerosol size distribution duringATEN-B    1983              2271 2276
                                                          growth with theory.
4205                                   of atmospheric aerosols in 2277 0.3-1.0 um aerodynamic size range.
       X-Ray diffraction investigation ATEN-B    1983    17         the 2283
4206                                   ATEN-B    eastern Arizona. 2299 2301
       Characterization of a rural aerosol from 1983     17
4207                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        2303 2310
       The interception and retention of aerosols by vegetation-II. A filtration model description for various aerosols o
4208                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        2311 Bay
       Bulk atmospheric deposition of hydrocarbons to lower Chesapeake 2320
4209                                   ATEN-B    1983     volatile 2321 2330
       Characterization of inhalable particulate matter, 17         organic compounds and other chemical species measured i
4210                                    abatement
       A management model for acid rainATEN-B    1983    17        2331 2336
4211                                   ATEN-B    1983    17        2337 2341
       Particulate air pollutants: A comparison of British "smoke" with optical absorption coefficient and elemental car
4212                                   fuels     developing countries: A pilot village study in India and implications for
       Air pollution and rural biomass ATEN-B in 1983     17       2343 2362
4213                                   ATEN-B    1983     17       2363
       Sources and surface-area distributions of atmospheric particles 2364
4214                                    lead
       Effect of airborne lead on bloodATEN-B    1983     17       2365 2367
4215                                   to blood 1983 via 17
       The contribution of petrol lead ATEN-B    lead              2367 food
                                                           air, dust and 2370
4216                                    Day and 1983
       The oxidation of NO2 to nitrate-ATEN-B    night    17       2370 2373
4217                                   atmospheric photochemical reactions on laboratorystudies and in ambient air-relati
       Measurements of the products of ATEN-B    1983     17       2383 2427
4218                                    emissions from a 17
       Size distribution of particulateATEN-B    1983              2429 2433
                                                           pressurized bed coal combustion facility
4219                                   ATEN-B    1983
       On the evaporation fo ammonium nitrate aerosol     17       2489 2495
4220                                   ATEN-B    1983     17        TSP 2503
       The prediction of maximum air pollution concentrations for 2497 and CO using Larsen's Model and the ATDL model
4221                                   ion concentration 17
       Risk qualified maps of hydrogen ATEN-B    1983              2513 2524
                                                           for the New York State area for 1966-1978
4222                                   ATEN-B    1983
       Lagrangian meteorology and measurements of acidic 17        2525 at Washingtion, DC
                                                           precipitation 2531
4223                                   ATEN-B    1983     17       2533 2537
       The effects of thermophoresis and diffusiophoresis on the collection of charged sub-um particles by charged drople
4224                                    composition of rainwater and atmospheric aerosols: Implications for the mechanism
       A comparitive study of the ionicATEN-B    1983     17       2539 2543
4225                                    in the 1983       17       2549 2554
       Evidence for short SO2 lifetimesATEN-B atmosphere: An IN-SITU measurement of atmospheric SO2 lifetime using cosmi
4226                                    of interactive influences 2555 2564 surface-atmosphere clear-sky radiation budget
       Arctic aerosols: Model estimatesATEN-B    1983     17        upon the
4227                                    in Los 1983       17       2565 2573
       Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbonsATEN-B Angeles air from samples collected on teflon, glass quartz filters
4228                                   ATEN-B    combustion aerosol for 2604
       Size fractionation fo submicrometer coal 1983      17       2599 chemical analysis
4229                                    denuder 1983 the sampling of atmospheric pollutants
       New design of a high-performanceATEN-B    for      17       2605 2610
4230                                   ATEN-B    1983     17       2611 sodium chloride and sodium sulfate
       The detection of um and sub-um droplets of aqueous solutions of 2616
4231                                    chamber 1983
       An aerosol injection and outdoorATEN-B             17       2617 2624
                                                 system for the study of atmospheric gas-particle reactions
4232                                   ATEN-B    1983
       Remarks on the nomenclature in atmospheric optics 17        2625 2627
4233                                   ATEN-B    1983     17       2629
       Development and application of methods for estimating inhalable and fine particle concentrations from routine hi-v
4234                                   ATEN-B    1983     17
       Measurements of sulfate production in natural clouds        2629 2633
4235                                   ATEN-B    1983
       Determination of s(IV) in particulate matter       17       2633 2639
4236                                   ATEN-B    1984     18             17
       34s/32s evidence of biogenic sulfur oxides in a salt marsh 1atmosphere
4237                                   ATEN-B    1984
       Estimation of the global man-made sulphur emission 18       19    27
4238                                   ATEN-B
       On the global natural sulphur emission    1984     18       29    39
4239                                   ATEN-B    1984     18       41    50
       Estimation of the atmospheric emissions of trace elements from anthropogenic sources in Europe
4240                                   ATEN-B    1984     18       51    67
       Organic matter of the troposphere-III. Characterization and sources of petroleum and pyrogenic residues in aerosol
4241                                   ATEN-B    1984     18       69    77
       Dry deposition, surface production and dynamics of aerosols in the marine boundary layer
4242                                   ATEN-B    1984     18       145 151
       Manganese(II) catalyzed sulfur dioxide ixidation in aqueous solution at environmental concentrations
4243                                    Estimation of an 18
       Elemental carbon concentrations:ATEN-B    1984              153 162
                                                           historical data base
4244                                   ATEN-B    and       central Wisconsin
       Regional rainfall chemistry in Minnesota 1984 west 18       173 182
4245                                   ATEN-B    deposition on rain collectors
       The contamination of rain samples by dry 1984      18       183 189
4246                                    vapor    1984     18
       Rain and Snow scavenging of HNO3ATEN-B in the atmosphere 191 197
4247                                   ATEN-B    1984     18       205 213
       Investigation of filtration artifacts when sampling ambient particulate matter for mutagen assay
4248                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Efficiency of filter sampling for arsenic in the atmosphere 219 222
4249                                   ATEN-B    1984    18         for 233
       Comparison of teleradiometric and sensitometric techniques 227 visibility measurements
4250                                    light    1984     in       235 240
       Aerosol chemical composition andATEN-B scattering 18 Portland, Oregon: The role of carbon
4251                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        241 242
       Statistical analysis of condensation nuclei measurements in northwestern Spain
4252                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        243 245
       Oxidation of SO2 by NO2 and O3 on carbon: Implications to tropospheric chemistry.
4253                                   ATEN-B    1984    18
       Mercury emissions from a modified In-Situ oil shale retort. 247 253
4254                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        261 272
       Source apportionment methods applied to the determination of the origin of ambient aerosols that affect visibility
4255                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        273 276
       Characterization of particles from several sources and three urban areas by solvent extraction.
4256                                   ATEN-B    1984     diesel particulate matter upon exposure to PPM levels of ozone.
       Conversion of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons on 18        323 328
4257                                   ATEN-B
       The components of the Artic aerosol.      1984    18        329 343
4258                                   ATEN-B    1984     and TSP from restricted data sets.
       Predicting frequency distributions for ozone, NO2 18        353 360
4259                                   ATEN-B    1984     a        361 371
       Rates and mechanisms of cloud water deposition to 18 subalpine balsam fir forest.
4260                                    episode 1984
       Analysis of an acidic depositionATEN-B            18        387 394
                                                 at Dorset, Ontario.
4261                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        395 401
       Measurements of the concentration in rainwater and of the Henry's law constant of hydrogen peroxide.
4262                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        403 408
       The relationship of sulfur emissions to sulfate in precipitation-III. Subregional budget analysis.
4263                                    nitrate 1984
       Artifact particulate sulfate andATEN-B            18        409 416
                                                 formation on filter media.
4264                                    organic 1984
       The gas-particle distribution ofATEN-B            18        417  Measurement of the volatilisation artefact in hi-v
                                                 aerosol constituents: 430
4265                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        435 444
       Prediction of the opacity of detached plumes formed by condensation of vapors.
4266                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        445 448
       Preliminary assessment of atmospheric turbidity at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
4267                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        449 452
       A comparison of extinction and size distribution data measured at two urban sites in the U.S. and Europe.
4268                                   air particulate pollution at a site in Mexico City.
       Multi-elemental measurements of ATEN-B    1984    18        467 471
4269                                   ATEN-B    1984     exhausts 479 in city air.
       Benzene, toluene and xylene concentrations in car 18         and 480
4270                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        480 481
       Distribution equilibrium of methyl mercury chloride between water and air.
4271                                    on ambient air pollution-health effects and management, Laxenburg.
       Introduction WHO-IIASA workshopATEN-B     1984    18        489 501
4272                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        503 511
       A study of achievable sulfur pollution reduction by distric heating in the city of Vienna.
4273                                    as a     1984    18        519 529
       An air quality management systemATEN-B tool for establishing a SO2- and NOx- policy.
4274                                   pollutants-some thoughts on the 562
       The long-range transport of air ATEN-B    1984    18        553  state of modelling.
4275                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        563 572
       A fumigtation episode in an industrialized estuary: Bilbao, November 1981
4276                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        573 580
       Chemical compositon of nucleation and accumulation mode particles collected in Vienna, Austria.
4277                                   and heavy metals in the Federal 589
       Deposition of acidic components ATEN-B    1984    18        581  Republic of Germany for the period 1979-1981.
4278                                    and their management.
       Health effects of air pollutantsATEN-B    1984    18        613 620
4279                                   ATEN-B    1984     waters-the principles demponstrated at a case study in Central E
       Effects of air pollution on forest ecosystems and 18        621 628
4280                                   ATEN-B    and     18
       Effects of air pollutants on agriculture 1984 forestry.     629 652
4281                                   ATEN-B    and     18        733 749
       Three-dimensional pollutant distribution 1984 mixing layer structure in the Northeast U.S., summary of sulfate regi
4282                                    composition of aerosols from selected sites of the EPA inhalable particulate netw
       The quartz content and elementalATEN-B    1984    18        771 782
4283                                   ATEN-B    concentrations in 783 Western United States.
       A principal component analysis of sulfur 1984     18         the 791
4284                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        801 806
       A study of the formation of aerosols in filtered atmospheric air at Trombay, Bombay.
4285                                   ATEN-B    1984    18        807 816
       Northern Michigan snowpack-a study of acid stability and release.
4286                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        817 823
       Rain chemistry under the plume from an oil-fired power plant-a case study.
4287                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        825 830
       Marine and non-marine contribution to the chemical composition of snow at the Riiser-Larsenisen Ice Shelf in Antar
4288                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        837 845
       Collection of airborne polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and other organics with a glass fiber filter-polyurethane
4289                                    measurement of gaseous nitrous 854
       Spectroscopic identification andATEN-B    1984     18        847   acid in dilute auto exhaust.
4290                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        855 859
       The utility of distributed air volume sets when sampling ambient air using solid adsorbents.
4291                                    of Urban visual air quality judgments.
       Physical and chemical indicatorsATEN-B    1984     18        861 870
4292                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Optical properties of aerosols of mixed composition.         871 878
4293                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        879
       Fitting regression lines to cumulated precipitation chemistry data.
4294                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        880 882
       Statistical distributions of daily and high atmospheric SO2- concentrations.
4295                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Measurements of sulfate production in natural clouds.        883 886
4296                                   ATEN-B
       Simulated acidic fog injuries lettuce.    1984     18        887 890
4297                                   Tyrrhenian Sea. 18
       Saharan dust incursion over the ATEN-B    1984               929 935
4298                                   ATEN-B    1984     18         and 967
       An Eulerian transport/transformation/removal model for SO2 953 sulfate-II. Model calculation of SOx transport in
4299                                    concentrations in the steady state.
       The statistics of chemical traceATEN-B    1984     18        969 975
4300                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       On the nature of nitrate in coarse continental aerosols. 977 981
4301                                   ATEN-B    airborne 18
       Correlations among atmospheric elements, 1984                983 988
                                                           particulate matter, benzene extracts, benzo(a)pyrene, NO, NO2 an
4302                                    on wet 1984       18         in   1008
       Impact of INCO smelter emissionsATEN-B and dry deposition 1001the sudbury area.
4303                                    wet and 1984 deposition in 1009 1015
       The effect of local emissions onATEN-B    dry      18         Southeastern Michigan
4304                                   ATEN-B    deposition of hygroscopic aerosols to wet surfaces in a wind tunnel.
       An investigation into the enhancement of 1984      18        1017 1024
4305                                    acid     the      18         of   1031
       Positive interference of nitrousATEN-B in 1984 determination 1029gaseous HNO3 by the NOx chemiluminescence-nylyon car
4306                                   predicting the performances of blunt dust samplers.
       A comparison between models for ATEN-B    1984     18        1033 1035
4307                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        1041 1042
       Quality analysis of U.S. geological survey precipitation chemistry data for New York
4308                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        1042 1043
       Atmospheric concentrations and sources of rare earth elements in the Osaka area, Japan
4309                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Efficiency of filter sampling for arsenic in the atmosphere  1043
4310                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Mn/V ratio as a tracer of aerosol sulfate transport.         1059 1071
4311                                   ATEN-B    1984
       The long-range travel and dispersion of the plume 18          Mount St
                                                           from the 1073 1079 Helens volcano.
4312                                   ATEN-B    1984     18         the 1161
       Development of a regional oxidant model and application to 1145 Northeastern United States
4313                                    sulfate 1984 nitrate aerosols-II. Particle size analysis
       Atmospheric equilibrium model ofATEN-B    and      18        1163 1170
4314                                   and wet 1984       18        1175 1188
       Long-term precipitation quality ATEN-B deposition fields in the Sudbury Basin
4315                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        1189 1193
       Stable lead isotopes in Pond sediments as tracer of past and present atmospheric lead pollution in Belgium
4316                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Meteorologically adjusted air quality trends: visibility 1217 1229
4317                                   and coars particulates at Grand 1237
       Optical characteristics of fine ATEN-B    1984     18        1231 Canyon, Arizona
4318                                   ATEN-B    1984     18         an   1242
       An intercomparison of measurements by a telephotometer and 1239integrating nephelometer
4319                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Statistical Analysis of nephelometer regional field data 1243
4320                                    for least squares calculations 1355
       The effective variance weightingATEN-B    1984     18        1347 applied to the mass balance receptor model
4321                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        1357 1370
       Winter air quality in a wood-burning community: A case study in Waterbury, Vermont
4322                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        1371 1383
       Effects of residential wood combustion on indoor air quality: A case study in Waterbury, Vermont
4323                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1399 1409
       Fine and coarse aerosol composition in an urban setting: a case study in Beijing, China
4324                                    the nature of airborne particulate organic matter at four sites in New Jersey dur
       Regional and local influences onATEN-B   1984     18        1411 1419
4325                                   sulfur   1984     18        1421 urban and nonurban locations
       Atmospheric particle sulfur and ATEN-B dioxide relationships at 1431
4326                                   ATEN-B   1984     18
       Oxidant requirements for the acidification of precipitation 1453 1457
4327                                    of acidity, major ions and trace metals in the snow pack of the Eastern Canadian
       The concentration and depositionATEN-B   1984     18        1459 1469
4328                                   ATEN-B   1984     18
       The absorption of hydrogen chloride by aqueos aerosols      1471 1483
4329                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1492 1493
       Investigation of filtration artifacts when sampling ambient particulate matter for mutagen assay
4330                                    empirical receptor models 1499 1506 (Quail Roost II).
       Overview of the mathematical andATEN-B   1984     18         workshop
4331                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1517 1537
       Interlaboratory comparison of source apportionment procedures: Results for simulated data sets.
4332                                   ATEN-B   1984      for interlaboratory comparison of source apportionment procedure
       Chemical and physical analysis of Houston aerosol 18        1539 1553
4333                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1555 1566
       Interlaboratory comparison of receptor model: Results for Houston aerosol.
4334                                   ATEN-B   1984      studies. 1567 1582
       Considerations for design of source apportionment 18
4335                                   site on 1984      18        1613 1621
       Aerosol size distributions at a ATEN-B the east coast of the United States.
4336                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1623 1631
       Quantitative assessment of Chicago air pollution through analysis of covariance.
4337                                   ATEN-B   1984     18         term meteorology on observed maximum acid gas levels.
       A model for estimating the effects of fluctuations in long 1633 1640
4338                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1641 1652
       Atmospheric reactions of ortho cresol: gas phase and aerosol products.
4339                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1653 1656
       An experimantal study of the role of radon and its daughter products in the conversion of sulphur dioxide into aer
4340                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1667 an air in the sub-nanogram range
       Measurements of diurnal concentration variations of gaseous HCl 1675
4341                                    anions 1984      18
       Measuremnts of S(IV) and organicATEN-B in Minnesota rain. 1677 1682
4342                                   ATEN-B   site     18        1683 1693
       The chemistry of bulk precipitation at a 1984 in southeastern England-I. Small-scale spatial variation, frequency
4343                                   ATEN-B   site     18        1695 1704
       The chemistry of bulk precipitation at a 1984 in southeastern England-II. Relationships between ions and compariso
4344                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1705 plant.
       The accumulation by plants of emissions from a coal-fired power 1709
4345                                   ATEN-B
       A new counter of Aitken particles.       1984     18        1711 1714
4346                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1715 east-central England.
       Acid gases and acid in rain monitored for over 5 years in rural 1724
4347                                    of atmospheric sulfur and 1725 1730 compounds in Hungary.
       Concentration and dry depositionATEN-B   1984     18         nitrogen
4348                                   and particulate oxidized nitrogen compounds.
       Long-range transport of gaseous ATEN-B   1984     18        1731 1735
4349                                   ATEN-B   1984     18         atmospheric aerosols: Experiment vs theory.
       Ammonia and nitric acid concentrations in equilibrium with 1737 1750
4350                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1751
       Mass balances of sulfur and nitrogen oxides over Great Britain. 1757
4351                                   aerosol 1984      18        1767 1775
       A comparison of urban and rural ATEN-B composition using dichotomous samplers.
4352                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1777 1790
       Air sampling flights round the British Isles at low altitudes:SO2 oxidation and removal rates
4353                                   ATEN-B   1984
       Field measurements of hydrogen sulphide oxidation.18        1791 1795
4354                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1815 1827
       Acquisition of regionsl air quality model validation data for nitrate, sulfate, ammonium ion and their precursors.
4355                                   transformation reactions of particulate atmospheric nitrogen and sulphur compounds
       Physico-chemical speciation and ATEN-B   1984     18        1829 1833
4356                                   ATEN-B   1984     18
       The composition and acidity of precipitation in Hungary. 1843 1847
4357                                   during   1984      transport of power plant plumes.
       Observations of cloud chemistry ATEN-B long-range 18        1849 1858
4358                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1859 1866
       On the episodic nature of wet deposited sulphate and acidity.
4359                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        1867
       The ionic balance of Antartic snow: A 10-year detailed record. 1874
4360                                   of atmospheric deposition: 1875 1883
       NH4/Ca ratio in different forms ATEN-B   1984     18        interpretative potential.
4361                                   upon the 1984
       The influence of cloud dynamics ATEN-B            18       1885 1894
                                                redistribution and transformation of atmospheric SO2- A numerical simulat
4362                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       1895 1904
       Source apportionment of rain water impurities in central Illinois.
4363                                   ATEN-B
       Acid deposition in rain over hills.      1984     18       1905 1908
4364                                    the global troposheric arsenic 1919
       Modelling temporal variations inATEN-B   1984     18       1909 burden.
4365                                    and wet 1984
       Chemical composition of rainfallATEN-B            18       1921 1932
                                                deposition over northern Britain.
4366                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       1933 1937
       A preliminary study of the chemical modification of cloud condensation nuclei in stratiform clouds at Whiteface Mo
4367                                   of sulfate and nitrate in clouds.
       Measurenments of the scavenging ATEN-B   1984     18       1939 1946
4368                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       1947 1953
       Atmospheric trace elements in Antartic prehistoric ice collected at a coastal ablation area.
4369                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        oxide, nitrogen dioxide and ozone.
       Estimated washout coefficients for sulphur dioxide, nitric 1955 1961
4370                                   ATEN-B   1984     18
       The Berlin smog project-Description and summary of results.2071 1088
4371                                   ATEN-B   1984      of
       Oxygen-18 study of high-temperature air oxidation 18 SO2. 2089 2094
4372                                   ATEN-B   hydroxyl 18
       The effect of SO2 gas phase oxidation on 1984              2095 2104
                                                          smog chemistry.
4373                                   ATEN-B   different environments.
       A study of atmospheric acid formation in 1984     18       2109 2124
4374                                   ATEN-B   1984      lead in the ambient atmosphere of the city of Riyadh, Saudi Arab
       A prelimary analysis of the inhalable particulate 18       2125 2130
4375                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        power plant.
       XPS investigation of air pollution ejected by a coal-fired 2135 2141
4376                                   ATEN-B   satellite imagenary.
       Detection of forest-fire smoke plumes by 1984     18       2143 2151
4377                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       2153 2157
       On the forest fires and the analysis of air quality data and total atmospheric ozone.
4378                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       2167 2182
       Southern Scandinavian aerosol composition and elemental size distribution characteristics dependence on air-mass h
4379                                   ATEN-B   1984      a       2191 2196
       Sulfur and iron indicators of pollution status in 18 rural atmosphere.
4380                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       2197 2208
       X-ray diffraction analysis and source apportionment of Denver aerosol.
4381                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       2209 2213
       Determination of S(IV) at low parts per billion levels with anthranilic acid.
4382                                   air pollutants from Israel's coastal area.
       Transport and transformation of ATEN-B   1984     18       2215 2221
4383                                   ATEN-B   1984
       Aerosol and air pollution size distribution.      18       2223 2229
4384                                   the visual effects of particulate plumes.
       Measurements and simulations of ATEN-B   1984     18       2231 2244
4385                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       2245 2259
       La composition chimique de l'aerosol atmospherique de Yaounde (Cameroun)- Recherche de ses sources.
4386                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        Getting it straight.
       Uncertainties in historical aspects of acid precipitation: 2261 2270
4387                                    natural 1984
       Small-particle dry deposition onATEN-B   waters: 18        2271 uncertainty?
                                                          how large the 2272
4388                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       2279 2280
       Acid deposition-precursor emission relationship in the northeastern U.S.A.: the effectiveness of regional emission
4389                                   oxidation of SO2 by NO2 and air.
       Carbon catalysis in the aqueous ATEN-B   1984     18       2281 2284
4390                                    on particulate carbon emission.
       The effect of diesel engine loadATEN-B   1984     18       2305 2311
4391                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       2345 2360
       A long-range air pollution transport model for Eastern North America-I. sulfur oxides.
4392                                   ATEN-B   1984     18       2361 2366
       A long-range air pollution transport model for Eastern North America-II. nitrogen oxides.
4393                                   ATEN-B   1984
       Importance of formaldehyde in cloud chemistry.    18       2413 2420
4394                                    in mass 1984
       Seasonal and spatial differencesATEN-B            18       2433 2437
                                                concentration levels and particle size distribution of aerosols over an u
4395                                   ATEN-B   1984     18        in   2445
       Measurements of particulate carbon in urban and marine air 2439Japanese areas.
4396                                   of the   1984     18       2447 2459
       Size-differentiated composition ATEN-B artic aerosol at Ny-Alesund, Spitsbergen.
4397                                   SO2 on    1984     18
       Artifact sulfate formation from ATEN-B nylon filters.        2479 2482
4398                                     of North America.
       Organic acidity in precipitationATEN-B    1984     18        2491 2497
4399                                   and airborne SO2 over short sampling times throughout individual events.
       Rainborne SO2, precipitation pH ATEN-B    1984     18        2499 2502
4400                                     altitude surface 18
       Atmospheric heavy metals in highATEN-B    1984               2507 2525
                                                           snows from Mont Blanc, French Alps.
4401                                   ATEN-B
       Visibility at the painted desert.         1984     18        2527 2539
4402                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Absorption characteristics of forest fire particulate matter.2541 2551
4403                                   ATEN-B    filters when used 2557 aerosol collection.
       Trace element pass-through for cellulose 1984      18         for 2558
4404                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Mercury emissions from a modified in-situ oil shale retort.  2559 2563
4405                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        2561 2562
       Calibration and tests of the filter-collection method for measuring clean air ambient levels of nitric acid.
4406                                   ATEN-B    1984
       Remarks on the nomenclature in atmospheric optics. 18        2563
4407                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        2565 2576
       Trace gas and aerosol measurments at a remote site in the northeast U.S.
4408                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Satellite measurements of aerosol mass and transport         2577 2584
4409                                   ATEN-B    1984
       The flux of S and N eastward from North America. 18          2595 2607
4410                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        2609 2619
       Discussion of a Lagrangian trajectory model describing long-range transport of oxides of nitrogen, the incorporati
4411                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       An evaluation of sulfate in European precipitation 1955-1982.2626 2639
4412                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        2641 2647
       Long-term trends in precipitation chemistry at Hubbard Brook, New Hampshire.
4413                                     on Amsterdam Island, Indian Ocean.
       The composition of precipitationATEN-B    1984     18        2649 2656
4414                                   ATEN-B    1984
       The wet deposition of trace metals to the western 18          Ocean at
                                                           Atlantic 2657 2664 the Mid-Atlantic coast and on Bermuda.
4415                                   ATEN-B    sequential basis. 2665 2670
       Analysis of precipitation collected on a 1984      18
4416                                   ATEN-B    of stratiform clouds. 2684
       Measurements of the chemical composition 1984      18        2671
4417                                   ATEN-B    case     18
       Cloud scavenging of aerosol sulfur: Two 1984 studies.        2685 2690
4418                                     a geothermal region.
       Sulphur isotope ratio studies inATEN-B    1984     18        2703 2706
4419                                     iodine. 1984
       Ocean as a source of atmosphericATEN-B             18        2707 2710
4420                                     time    sulphur dioxide in the 2722
       The oxidation rate and residenceATEN-B of 1984     18        2711 arctic atmosphere.
4421                                   ATEN-B
       A 2-D model of global aerosol transport. 1984      18        2745 2752
4422                                   importance of heterogeneous surface reations for NOx transformations in plumes.
       Modeling study of the potential ATEN-B    1984     18        2753 2760
4423                                   ATEN-B    1984     18
       Oxidation rates of SO2 in sea-water and sea-salt aerosols. 2761 2767
4424                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        2769
       Theoretical studies of intermediates in sulfur oxidation cycle. 2774
4425                                     precipitation chemistry event samples at Hubbard Brook (N.H.).
       A meteorological analysis of theATEN-B    1984     18        2775 2779
4426                                   ATEN-B    1984     18        2781 2786
       Comparative studies of NO3- concentrations in some tropical rains.
4427                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        9     25
       A quantitaive assessment of source contributions to inhalable particulate matter pollution in metropolitan Boston
4428                                   ATEN-B     consideration of 127 effects of surfactants and chemical reactions.
       The lifetime of aerosols in ambient air: 1985      19         the 133
4429                                   ATEN-B    the      19        135   DMS
       Yield of SO2 and formation of aerosol in 1985 photo-oxidation of 141 under atmospheric conditions.
4430                                     processes of wet 19
       Indications of nonlinearities inATEN-B    1985               143 149
                                                           deposition.
4431                                     of sampling period.
       Wet deposition monitoring-effectATEN-B    1985     19        151 156
4432                                     over    1985     19        163 179
       Atmospheric aerosol measurementsATEN-B North America and the North Atlantic Ocean.
4433                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        181 188
       Seasonal variations in nitric acid, nitrate, strong aerosol acidity, and ammonia in an urban area.
4434                                   ATEN-B    1985     19         aerosol
       A scintillation spectrometer with coincidence counting for 189 194 analysis and source attribution.
4435                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        199
       Gran's titrations: inherent errors in measuring the acidity of 202 precipitation.
4436                                   ATEN-B    plant. 19
       Nitrogen dioxide from a coal-fired power 1985                205 208
4437                                    RAM with the regional air 229 245
       Evaluation of the performance ofATEN-B    1985     19         pollution of study data base.
4438                                   ATEN-B    1985
       COSPEC observation of Mt. St. Helens volcanic SO2 19          cloud of
                                                           eruption 255 263 18 May 1980 over Southern Ontario.
4439                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        265 276
       Relationships involving fine particle mass, fine particle sulfur and ozone during episodic periods at sites in and
4440                                   ATEN-B    1985
       Trace elements and sea salt aerosols over the sea 19         277 284
                                                           areas around the Indian sub-continent.
4441                                   coal fly 1985 in a 19
       Identification of submicrometer ATEN-B    ash                285 292
                                                           high-sulfate episode at Whiteface Mountain, New York.
4442                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        293 303
       Preliminary assessment of 10um particulate sampling at eight locations in the United States.
4443                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        305 313
       The influence of local and regional sources on the concentration of inhalable particulate matter in Southeastern M
4444                                   ATEN-B    surface accumulations of ionic substances.
       Indoor/outdoor concentrations and indoor 1985      19        315 323
4445                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        325 333
       A comparison of three methods for measurement of atmospheric nitric acid and aerosol nitrate and ammonium.
4446                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        349 362
       Aerosol characteristics in a mature coniferous forest-methodology, composition, sources and spatial concentration
4447                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        369   in
       Contribution to bacterial mutagenicity from nitro-PAH compounds 376 ambient aerosols.
4448                                   ATEN-B    the      19
       Visibility reduction by air pollution in 1985 Netherlands 377 383
4449                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        385 388
       A new diffusion battery design for the measurement of sub-20nm aerosol particles: The diffusion carrousel
4450                                   ATEN-B    1985
       Influence of meteorological conditions on aerosol 19          distribution and composition off the northeast American
                                                           vertical 423 428
4451                                   ATEN-B    1985     19         Jersey:
       A major wintertime(1983) pollution episode in northern New 429 436 Analysis of the accumulation and spatial distr
4452                                   chloride 1985 acidified sodium chloride droplets
       Potential degassing of hydrogen ATEN-B    from     19        465 470
4453                                   ATEN-B    1985     19         buffering in open systems
       Average rainwater pH, concepts of atmospheric acidity, and 487 499
4454                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        515 528
       Predicting the visibility of chimney plumes: An intercomparison of four models with observations at a well-contro
4455                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        533 534
       Aerosol composition at Chacaltaya, Bolivia, as determined by size-fractionated sampling
4456                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        535 538
       The wedding ambient aerosol sampling ijnlet(D50=um) for the high-volume sampler
4457                                   ATEN-B    inlet    19        539 542
       Evaluation of the Sierra-Anderson 10-um 1985 for the high-volume sampler
4458                                   ATEN-B    rural    19         eastern
       Characterization of large particles at a 1985 site in the 611 622 United States: Mass distribution and individua
4459                                   techniques for estimation of sulfate dry deposition
       Comparison of surrogate surface ATEN-B    1985     19        627 635
4460                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        637   of
       The contribution of in-cloud oxidation of SO2 ot wet scavenging 650 sulfur in convective clouds
4461                                   ATEN-B    1985     19
       An analysis of precipitation chemistry data from Alaska      651 657
4462                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        659 667
       Analysis of observations relevant to long-range transport and deposition of pollutants
4463                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        669 680
       Prediction of ambient light scattering using a physical model responsive to relative humidity: Validation with mea
4464                                   ATEN-B    in Minnesota rain 685 686
       Measurements of S(IV) and organic anions 1985      19
4465                                   trace     1985     19        691 694
       A prototype passive sampler for ATEN-B metals in submicron particles
4466                                   ATEN-B    1985
       A relationship between agricultural NH3 emissions 19         695 700
                                                           and the atmospheric SO2 content over industrial areas
4467                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        707 714
       Climatological analysis of arctic aerosol quantity and optical properties at Resolute, N.W.T.
4468                                   Jerusalem, Israel 19
       Five year air quality trends in ATEN-B    1985               715 726
4469                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        727 737
       A trajectory puff model of sulfur transport for eastern North America
4470                                   ATEN-B    1985
       Number-size distribution and formation process of 19         743   sulfate-containing particles in the urban atmosphe
                                                           submicrometer 757
4471                                   ATEN-B    main     19        759 762
       Effects of storage on the composition of 1985 components in rainwater samples
4472                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        779   and
       The sources and forms of phosphorus in marine aerosol particles 787 rain from northern New Zealand
4473                                   ATEN-B    1985
       Wet and sry seposition monitoring in southeastern 19Michigan 789 796
4474                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        797 802
       The dry deposition of sulfur dioxide on a Loblolly Pine plantation
4475                                    radiation from an aircraft.
       The measurement of diffuse solarATEN-B    1985     19        811 818
4476                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        819 825
       Measurement of the water cycle in mixed ammonium acid sulfate particles.
4477                                   ATEN-B    1985     19         shortly
       On the behaviour of the atmospheric scattering coefficient 835 838 before a change in airmass.
4478                                   and wet 1985       19        839 841
       Long-term precipitation quality ATEN-B deposition fields in the Sudbury Basin
4479                                   aerosol 1985       19        840 841
       A comparison of urban and rural ATEN-B composition using dichotomous samplers.
4480                                    at a     1985      site in Mid-Wales.
       The chemical composition of snowATEN-B rural uplan 19        841 842
4481                                   Mohnen    1985     19        843 846
       A preliminary evaluation of the ATEN-B slotted-rod cloud water collector.
4482                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        857 865
       Long-range transport of trace elements to NY Alesund, Spitsbergen.
4483                                    stack    1985     19        879 891
       Reactive plume model: Effect ofATEN-B exit conditions on gas phase precursors and sulfate formation.
4484                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        893
       The dynamics of nitric acid production and the fate of nitrogen 903oxides.
4485                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        917 924
       Hybrid receptor model for secondary sulfate from an SO2 point source.
4486                                   ATEN-B    1985
       A general correlation for deposition of suspended 19         953 960
                                                           particles from turbulent gases to completely rough surfaces.
4487                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        961 971
       Aerosol chemistry in Minnesota and Wisconsin and its relation to rainfall chemistry.
4488                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        979 983
       A sodium carbonate coated denuder for determination of nitrous acid in the atmosphere.
4489                                   an urban 1985
       Measurements of nitrous acid in ATEN-B    area.    19        985 992
4490                                   urban     1985
       Ice nuclei concentrations in an ATEN-B atmosphere. 19        993 999
4491                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        1001 1007
       An evaluation of the dose-response relationship of fluoride injury to gladiolus.
4492                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        1017
       Variation in the relationship between blood lead and air lead. 1020
4493                                   and coars particulates at Grand 1022
       Optical characteristics of fine ATEN-B    1985     19        1021 Canyon, Arizona
4494                                    ash erupted from 19
       Respirable crystalline silica inATEN-B    1985               1027 1028
                                                           Galunggung volcano, Indonesia, 1982
4495                                   ATEN-B     Anthropogenic SO2 emissions.
       Continental and global sulfur budgets-I. 1985      19        1029 1040
4496                                   and gamma radiation in producing aerosol particles from SO2-H2SO4 laden atmosphere
       A synergism between ultraviolet ATEN-B    1985     19        1069 1073
4497                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        1075 1080
       The dissociation constand and Henry's law constant of HCl in aqueous solution.
4498                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        1081 1089
       Seasonal variation in atmospheric aerosol concentration and composition at urban and rural sites in Northern Engla
4499                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        1091 1102
       Particulate sulphate and ozone in rural air: Preliminary results from three sites in Central England.
4500                                    quality 1985
       Evaluation of three regional airATEN-B    models. 19         1103 1115
4501                                    plume    1985     19         um   1133
       Investigation of a 1000 MW smokeATEN-B by means of a 1.064 1125lidar-I. Lidar calibration procedure from in situ a
4502                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        1147 1167
       Field studies of a power plant plume in the arid southwestern United States.
4503                                   1-nitropyrene on glass surfaces.
       Environmental transformation of ATEN-B    1985     19        1169 1174
4504                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        1181 and
       Measurement of laboratory and ambient aerosols with temperature 1190 humidity controlled nephelometry.
4505                                   ATEN-B    1985      on       1191 1197
       The dependence of airborne particulate deposition 19 atmospheric stability and surface conditions.
4506                                   ATEN-B    1985     19        1199 1203
       Estimates of average major ion concentrations in bulk precipitation at two high-altitude sites near the continenta
4507                                    in the 1985       19        1205 1213
       Evidence for short SO2 lifetimesATEN-B atmosphere: An IN-SITU measurement of atmospheric SO2 lifetime using cosmi
4508                                   ATEN-B    1985    19        employing
       Errors in sampling ambient concentrations with instruments 1219 1222 setpoint temperature compensated mass flow tr
4509                                   ATEN-B    1985    19        and 1276
       Aerosols formed from the chemical reaction of monoterpenes 1271 ozone.
4510                                   in the    1985    19       1301 1316
       Analysis of regional visibility ATEN-B southwest using principal component and back trajectory techniques.
4511                                   particulate nitrate measurements by the penetration and denuder difference methods
       A comparison of nitric acid and ATEN-B    1985    19       1317 1324
4512                                    in New 1985      19       1325 1339
       Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbonsATEN-B Jersey: a comparison of winter and summer concentrations over a two-year
4513                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1341 1349
       Relationships between fine particulate species, gaseous pollutants and meteorological parameters in Detroit.
4514                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1351 deposition of atmospheric sulfur dioxide and sulfa
       A Lagrangian multi-level model of transport, transformation and 1359
4515                                   ATEN-B    mass    19       1361 1375
       Approximate determination of particulate 1985 loading by using junge-type extinction models for continental and ru
4516                                    by primary oxidants.
       Oxidation of SO2 in fog dropletsATEN-B    1985    19       1377 1383
4517                                    condensation nuclei counter at 1387
       On the operation of the TSI-3020ATEN-B    1985    19       1385 altitudes up to 10km.
4518                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1389
       Gran's titrations: Inherent errors in measuring the acidity of precipitation.
4519                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1389
       Size distributions of particulate emissions from a pressurized fluidized bed coal combustion facility.
4520                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1399 1409
       Estimates of the Contributions of sources to inhalable particulate concentrations in Detroit.
4521                                   ATEN-B    from    19       1411 1416
       Annual cycle of gaseous sulfur emissions 1985 a New England Spartina alterniflora marsh.
4522                                    and interstate sulfur transport for Colorado.
       An analysis of the sulfur budgetATEN-B    1985    19       1439 1443
4523                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1445 1451
       Photochemical formation of organic aerosols: Growth laws and mechanisms.
4524                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1453 1469
       Chemical differences between event and weekly precipitation samples in Northeastern Illinois
4525                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1471 1475
       Scavenging ratios of acidic pollutants and their use in long-range transport models
4526                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1485 from
       The underdefined nature of the blood lead-air lead relationshop 1493 biological and statistical grounds
4527                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1495 1502
       Development of a technique for the determination fo lead and bromine in atmospheric particles by x-ray flourescenc
4528                                   ATEN-B    1985    19
       Visibility as related to atmospheric aerosol constituents 1525 1534
4529                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1535 1543
       Some specific features of the aerosol particle concentrations during the dry season and during a bushfire event in
4530                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1551 1553
       The influence of turbulent diffusivity on electrostatic precipitator performance
4531                                   trace     1986    20       1601 1608
       Principal component analysis of ATEN-B substance concentrations in rainwater samples.
4531                                   ATEN-B    2-nitropyrene in ambient particulate organic matter: Evidence for atmosp
       Determination of 2-nitrofluoranthene and 1985     19       1609 1617
4532                                   -II. Gas 1985
       Trace organic compounds in rain ATEN-B            19       1619 1626
                                                 scavenging of neutral organic compounds
4533                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1663 1669
       Trace organic compounds in rain-III. Particle scavenging of neutral organic compounds
4534                                   lichens 1985      19       1671 plant.
       Trace element concentrations in ATEN-B near a coal-fired power 1680
4535                                   ATEN-B    1985     gas chromatography/photoionization detection after pre-concentra
       Determination of ambient sulfuric acid aerosol by 19       1681 1684
4536                                    by differences in location of collection sites and storage methods
       Precipitation chemistry affectedATEN-B    1985    19       1685 1704
4537                                   ATEN-B    1985    19        three midwestern coal-fired power plants
       Chemical,Aerosol and optical measurements in the plumes of 1705 1712
4538                                   sure aircraft sulfate data 1725 1730
       Analysis of some aspects of the ATEN-B    1985    19
4539                                    for the 1985
       Anomalous telephotometer resultsATEN-B            19       1737 1749
                                                 ambient atmospheric aerosol
4540                                   ATEN-B    1985    19
       Emissions of biogenic sulfur gases from a danish estuary 1773 1782
4541                                   ATEN-B    1985     eastern North 1796
       Source apportionment of wet sulfate deposition in 19       1783 America
4542                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1819 the
       Meteorological case studies of regional high sulfur episodes in 1827 western United States.
4543                                   ATEN-B    1985    19       1829 1845
       Atmospheric concentrations and the deposition velocity to snow of nitric acid, sulfur dioxide and various particul
4544                                   ATEN-B    1985      in      1847 1858
       The space-time distribution of sulfate deposition 19 the northeastern United States.
4545                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       1859 1870
       The chemical composition of cloud and rainwater. Results of preliminary measurements from an aircraft.
4546                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       1891 1898
       Measurement of atmospheric aerosols and photochemical products at a rural site in SW Ontario.
4547                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       1905 1910
       FTIR transmission spectrometry for the nondestructive determination of ammonium and sulfate in ambient aerosols co
4548                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       1931 1943
       Particle analysis of an urban aerosol using high spatial resolution techniques.
4549                                    particles at an urban and 1969 1970 site.
       Comparison of atmospheric coarseATEN-B    1985     19        non-urban
4550                                   nitrate 1985
       Direct detection of sulfate and ATEN-B layers on 19         1971 1972
                                                           sampled marine aerosols by laser microprobe mass analysis.
4551                                   smoke     1985
       Concentration fluctuations in a ATEN-B plume       19       1972 1975
4552                                   ATEN-B    concentrations in 1975 western United States.
       A principal component analysis of sulfur 1985      19        the 1976
4553                                   ATEN-B    in Schenectady, New York and on Whiteface Mountain, New York.
       Urban and rural ambient air measurements 1985      19       1987 1994
4554                                    1980-1984.
       Progress in artic air chemistry,ATEN-B    1985     19       1995 2010
4555                                   ATEN-B    in the Canadian arctic.
       Five years of air chemistry observations 1985      19       2011 2024
4556                                   ATEN-B    Barrow, Alaska during winter 1979-80 as deduced from elemental tracers.
       Regional sources of pollution aerosol at 1985      19       2025 2031
4557                                   ATEN-B    1985
       Aerosol measurments in Central Alaska, 1982-1984. 19        2033 2037
4558                                    carbon 1985       19        haze aerosols at Barrow, Alaska.
       A study of winter variability inATEN-B dioxide and arctic 2045 2053
4559                                   cause     1985     19        radiative
       Soot in the arctic snowpack: A ATEN-B for perturbations in 2055 2063 transfer.
4560                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       2065 2081
       Twentieth century trends in arctic air pollution revealed by conductivity and acidity observations in snow and ice
4561                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       2083 Greenland ice sheet.
       Atmospheric transport and deposition of trace elements onto the 2097
4562                                   ATEN-B
       Crustal enrichments in the Arctic aerosol.1985     19       2099 2108
4563                                   ATEN-B    1985     19
       Arctic air pollution and large scale atmospheric flows.     2109 2120
4564                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       2121 Norwegian Arctic.
       Transport and chemical composition of the summer aerosol in the 2126
4565                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       2127 2134
       Meteorological conditions over Eurasia and the Arctic contributing to the March 1983 Arctic haze episode.
4566                                   vicinity 1985
       Air mass characteristics in the ATEN-B             19       2135 2142
                                                 of Barrow, Alaska, 9-19 March 1983.
4567                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       2143 2151
       The distribution and transport of pollution aerosols over the Norwegian Arctic on 31 March and 4 April 1983.
4568                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       2153 2158
       Observation of Arctic haze during polar flights from Alaska to Norway.
4569                                   to Alaska's troposphere, March 1983.
       Intrusions of stratospheric air ATEN-B    1985     19       2159 2166
4570                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       2167 Arctic aerosol; Alaskan Arctic, spring 1983.
       Characterization of aircraft-collected particles present in the 2173
4571                                   in Arctic aerosols, Spring 2175 2180
       Particulate sulfur and chlorine ATEN-B    1985     19        1983.
4572                                   ATEN-B    1985     19       2181 2193
       Horizontal inhomogeneities in the particulate carbon component of the Arctic haze.
4573                                   Artic     1985      a       2203 2207
       Calculated radiative effects of ATEN-B haze during 19 pollution episode in spring 1983 based on ground-based and air
4574                                    sulfur 1985       19       59    70
       Estimates of springtime soot andATEN-B fluxes entering the Arctic troposphere: Implications to source regions.
4575                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       87    100
       Atmospheric gas and particle measurements at a rural Northeasteren U.S. site.
4576                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       101
       Aircraft measurements of air pollution in the Noregian Arctic. 113
4577                                   ATEN-B    the      20
       Air pollution in different cities around 1986 world.        115 124
4578                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       125 128
       Biogenic and anthropogenic organic compounds in rain and snow samples collected in Southern California.
4579                                   ATEN-B    1986
       Mercury levels in rain and air and the subsequent 20        151 155
                                                           washout mechanism in a Central Italian region.
4580                                   aerosols 1986
       Characterization of atmospheric ATEN-B             20       157 172
                                                 in Chichi of the Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands
4581                                   ATEN-B    1986    20
       Summer areosol profiles over Algonquin Park, Canada         173 188
4582                                   ATEN-B    1986    20        189 199
       A second generation model for regional-scale transport/chemistry/deposition
4583                                    sulphate deposition in North America-I. Methodology for minimizing sulphur remova
       A proposed strategy for reducingATEN-B    1986    20        201 206
4584                                    sulphate deposition in North America-II. Methodology for minimizing costs
       A proposed strategy for reducingATEN-B    1986    20        207 213
4585                                   ATEN-B    1986     Phoenix, 235 238
       A chemical characterization of wintertime haze in 20         Arizona
4586                                    the 2-Nitrofluoranthene observed in ambient particulate organic matter
       A possible formation pathway forATEN-B    1986    20        223 234
4587                                   ATEN-B    1986     of       219 222
       Specific activity of 210Pb and historical changes 20 lead levels
4588                                   ATEN-B    1986
       An improved readily available dustfall gauge      20        317 324
4589                                   ATEN-B    1986     NOx conditions
       Photodegradation of wood smoke mutagens under low 20        323 330
4590                                   OH radicals
       The aqueous oxidation of SO2 by ATEN-B    1986    20        341 345
4591                                   and soil 1986 dry 20
       Gradient measurements of sulfur ATEN-B    mass              347 355
                                                          deposition rates under clean air and high-wind-speed conditions
4592                                   ATEN-B    1986     winter rain and snow
       Differences in ionic compositions and behavior in 20        357 360
4593                                    of ammonia in Kentucky
       Aircraft and ground measurementsATEN-B    1986    20        367 375
4594                                   ATEN-B    1986    20
       Recent patterns of sulfate variability in pristine streams 377 386
4595                                   ATEN-B    1986    20        387   Nigata, Japan
       Effects of studded tires on roadside airborne dust pollution in 396
4596                                   ATEN-B    1986    20        401 405
       The optical effects of fine-particle carbon in urban atmospheres
4597                                   ATEN-B    1986    20         monitoring of trace metals in atmospheric precipitation
       The importance if reducing sample contamination in routine 407 414
4598                                   ATEN-B
       Aerosol characteristics in a forest       1986    20        408 411
4599                                   ATEN-B    1986
       Measurement of nitrous acid in an urban area      20        411 413
4600                                   ATEN-B    1986    20        413 414
       Estimates of average major ion concentrations in bulk precipitation
4601                                   ATEN-B    in Minnesota rain 421 425
       Measurements of S(IV) and organic anions 1986     20
4602                                   ATEN-B    1986    20        439   related to meteorological conditions
       Wind-blown volcanic ash in forest and agricultural locations as 446
4603                                    of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
       Relative decay index and sourcesATEN-B    1986    20        517 525
4604                                   ATEN-B    1986    20         scottish
       The composition of smowfall, snowpack and meltwater in the 527 535 highlands-evidence for preferential elution
4605                                   matter    1986    20         precipitation events
       Compositional change of organic ATEN-B in rainwater during 541 548
4606                                    impact 1986      20        559 563
       Laboratory investigations of theATEN-B of dry deposition of SO2 and wet deposition of acidic species on the atmos
4607                                   ATEN-B    1986    20        565 570
       Nitric acid-air diffusion coefficient: Experimental determination
4608                                   water     1986    20        577 588
       Solubility of ammonia in liquid ATEN-B and generation of trace levels of standard gaseous ammonia
4609                                   ATEN-B    1986    20         rural sites
       Bromine: Lead rations in airborne particles from urban and 601 604
4610                                   ATEN-B    network in Athens, Greece
       Smoke concentration levels in monitoring 1986     20        605 606
4611                                   urban     1986
       Ice nuclei concentrations in an ATEN-B atmosphere 20        606 607
4612                                   ATEN-B    concentrations in 617 western United States
       A principal component analysis of sulfur 1986     20         the 630
4613                                   ATEN-B    1986    20        749 755
       Air pollution detection by satellites: The transport and deposition of air pollutants over oceans
4614                                   ATEN-B    1986    20
       Experiences in evaluating regional air quality models.      763 766
4615                                   ATEN-B    1986    20        767   metropolitan area in summer.
       Regional size distributions of sulfate and nitrate in the Tokyo 771
4616                                    and physical properties of cumulus clouds.
       Numerical simulation of chemicalATEN-B    1986    20        773 777
4617                                    Brownian coagulation.
       Growth of ultrafine particles byATEN-B    1986    20        793 796
4618                                   ATEN-B   1986
       Some features of Aitken nuclei in Nairobi.        20       797 802
4619                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       807 812
       Continuous measurement of particulate and sulfur dioxide concentrations in Junk Bay, Hong Kong.
4620                                   ATEN-B
       Keynote address and closing remarks.     1986     20       813 819
4621                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       833 843
       Characterization of a humic acid-like brown substance in airborne particulate matter and tentative identification
4622                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       845 850
       The use of Br/Pb ratios in atmospheric particles to discriminate between vehicular and industrial lead sources in
4623                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       901 909
       The use of Br/Pb ratios in atmospheric particles to discriminate between vehicular and industrial lead aerosol sou
4624                                    cumuliform clouds.
       Sulfate and nitrate chemistry inATEN-B   1986     20       919 929
4625                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       931   large fires.
       Parametric study of wind generated super-um particle effects in 939
4626                                    in aerosols and rain.
       Concentrations and fluxes of tinATEN-B   1986     20       941 947
4627                                   ATEN-B   to Chesapeake Bay.
       Atmospheric deposition of organic carbon 1986     20       949 964
4628                                    velocities computed using 965 969 landuse and meteorological data.
       SO2, sulfate and HNO3 depositionATEN-B   1986     20        regional
4629                                   matter   1986     20       985 988
       Effects of airborne particulate ATEN-B on the acidity of precipitation in Central Missouri.
4630                                    content 1986
       Increase of particulate sulphateATEN-B            20        of   1000
                                                in the atmosphere 995 Belgrade in the summer.
4632                                   ATEN-B   1986     20        network:
       Factor analysis of the MAP3S/RAINE precipitation chemistry 1001 1013 1976-1980.
4633                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       1015 1024
       Reactive scavenging of pollutants by rain: A modeling approach.
4634                                    light   1986      efficiencies. 1037
       Effect of composition on aerosolATEN-B scattering 20       1025
4635                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       1051 1052
       Rank correlation for screening precipitation chemistry data.
4636                                   ATEN-B   1986
       Nineteenth century Black Scottish showers.        20       1053 1057
4637                                   ATEN-B   in rainfall measurement for assessing wet deposition.
       The significance of the systematic error 1986     20       1059 1064
4638                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       1068 from
       The underdefined nature of the blood lead-air lead relationshop 1069 biological and statistical grounds
4639                                   ATEN-B   1986      Hawaii. 1105 1109
       Size and composition of Asian dust transported to 20
4640                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       1139 1143
       Air oxidation of mixed valence copper sulfite surfaces-an experimental model supporting the stability of sulfite s
4641                                    oxidation of aquated sulfur dioxide by ozone.
       On the kinetics and mechanism ofATEN-B   1986     20       1145 1154
4642                                   ATEN-B   1986
       Composition of snow in Pacific coastal mountains. 20       1161 1164
4643                                    deposition of gaseous nitric acid to snow.
       An experimental study of the dryATEN-B   1986     20       1165 1170
4644                                    in Northern Michigan.
       Wintertime wet and dry depositonATEN-B   1986     20       1171 1178
4645                                    monitor-development and evaluation.
       A new atmospheric corrosion rateATEN-B   1986     20       1179 1192
4646                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       1193 HNO3
       A Na2CO3-coated denuder and filter for determination of gaseous 1201 and particulate NO-3 in the atmosphere.
4647                                   ATEN-B   aromatic 20
       Widespread occurrence of polyhalogenated 1986              1217 marine atmosphere.
                                                          ethers in the 1220
4648                                   ATEN-B   1986     20
       Measurements of SOx, NOx and aerosol species on Bermuda. 1229 1239
4649                                   ATEN-B   1986     20
       The CCMS air pollution model intercomparison study.        1261 1271
4650                                   thoron, 1986
       A comparison of measurements of ATEN-B radon adn 20        1273 1279
                                                          their daughters in a test house with model predictions.
4651                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       1281 1289
       The contriburion of elemental carbon to the optical properties of rural atmospheric aerosols.
4652                                   area aerosol, elemental composition and possible sources
       Characterization of the Atlanta ATEN-B   1986     20       1291 1300
4653                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       1305
       Lead analysis on urban dust on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 1307
4654   Nitrite in rainwater            ATEN-B   1986     20       1309 1310
4655                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       1311 312
       The dry deposition of sulfur dioxide on a loblolly pine plantation
4656                                   ATEN-B    on dry deposition 1389 1396
       Urban dew: Its composition and influence 1986      20        rates
4657                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1397 1402
       Regional-scale precipitation scavenging of SO2, SO4, NO3 and HNO3
4658                                   ATEN-B    background aerosol in the West Coast of Sweden
       Measurements of elemental composition in 1986      20       1419 1432
4659                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1441 urban site
       Lead concentrations and source strength in the atmosphere of an 1446
4660                                   ATEN-B    1986     20
       Cloud condensation nuclei associated with Arctic Haze       1453 1456
4661                                    history 1986
       Visibility, sulfate and air massATEN-B             20       1457 1469
                                                 associated with the summertime aerosol in northern Vermont
4662                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1471 1483
       A comparative study fo equilibrium approaches to the chemical characterization of secondary aerosols
4663                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1485 of natural atmospheric bromine
       Bromine in marine aerosols and the origin, nature, and quantity 1496
4664                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1497 1500
       Annual and semi-annual anthropogenic sulfur budget for eastern North America
4665                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1507 precipitations
       Gran's titrations: Inherent errors in measuring the acidity of 1509
4666                                    and boundary layer structure observed by airborne lidar near the complex southern
       Vertical pollutant distributionsATEN-B    1986     20       1555 1566
4667                                   ATEN-B    1986     20        aqueous phase
       Atmospheric oxidation of elemental mercury by ozone in the 1567 1573
4668                                   of polycyclic organic matter in 1578 atmosphere
       Evidence for the transformation ATEN-B    1986     20       1575 the
4669                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1579 1587
       Effects of temperature on wood soot pah decay in atmospheres with sunlight and low NOx
4670                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1597 1604
       Dry deposition of 4-50 um dolomite particles on vegetation, flat surfaces and deposition gauges
4671                                   ATEN-B    cascade impactor surfaces
       Absorption of gases by cellulose: Fiber 1986       20       1633 1634
4672                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1635 1637
       On the formaldehyde-bisulfite-hydromethane-sulfomate equilibrium
4673                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1639 1646
       Trace and major elements in atmospheric deposition in the 'Campo de Gibraltar' region
4674                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1683 1689
       Mesoscale storm and dry period parameters from hourly precipitation data
4675                                   ATEN-B    Whiteface Mountain: A 1695
       Trajectory analysis of wet deposition at 1986      20       1691 sensitivity study
4676                                   and gamma radiation in the 1705 1709 of SO2 in the homogeneous gas phase
       A synergism between ultraviolet ATEN-B    1986     20        oxidation
4677                                   ATEN-B    1986     20
       Organic acids in springtime Wisconsin precipitation samples 1717 1725
4678                                   ATEN-B    1986     20        matter
       Characterization of polar organics in airborne particulate 1727 1734
4679                                   ATEN-B    the      20       1735 atmosphere
       Particulate-and vapor-phase n-Alkanes in 1986 Northern Wisconsin 1744
4680                                   ATEN-B    1986
       Flouride cycling in nature through precipitation 20         1745 1749
4681                                   ATEN-B    1986
       A model of sulphate production in a cap cloud and 20        1763 1771
                                                           subsequent turbulent deposition onto the hill surface
4682                                   ATEN-B
       Urban visibilities at low temperatures    1986     20       1819 1823
4683                                   of precipitation acidity at Hubbard Brook, New Hampshire
       Modeling of the 1900-1980 trend ATEN-B    1986     20       1825 1828
4684                                    aerosols in Seoul
       Size distribution of atmosphericATEN-B    1986     20       1837 1845
4685                                   Hong Kong
       A study of visibility trends in ATEN-B    1986     20       1847 1858
4686                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1913 transport model
       Application and evaluation fo the Fay and Rosenzweig long range 1921
4687                                   ATEN-B    reductions using wet deposition measurements.
       The early detection of sulphur emissions 1986      20       1923 1930
4688                                   ATEN-B    1986     20       1931 1940
       Temporal variation of trace element concentrations in selected rainfall events at Tsukuba, Japan.
4689                                   terms     atmospheric pollutant concentrations and rain pH.
       A general corrosion function in ATEN-B of 1986     20       1947 1958
4690                                    of free 1986
       Sensitivity analysis of the roleATEN-B              organic and transition metal reactions in sulfate production in
                                                 radical, 20       1959 1968
4691                                   ATEN-B    1986     20
       An investigation of the formation of ambient NH4NO3 aerosol.1969 1977
4692                                   ATEN-B    1986      to      1979 1987
       The sensitivity of a 3-dimensional Eulerian model 20 uncertainities in emissions and dry deposition velocities.
4693                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       1989 1997
       An investigation of sulfate production in an orographic storm using a detailed transport/chemistry model coupled w
4694                                    concentration-distributions of 2010
       Effects of dry deposition on theATEN-B   1986     20       1999 atmospheric pollutants within land- and sea-breeze
4695                                   ATEN-B   aerosol nitrate and nitric acid formation and its use for control measure
       Verification of a mathematical model for 1986     20       2011 2025
4696                                   ATEN-B   1986     20        hydrated
       Stability of water clusters: Implication for atmosspheric 2027 2032 clusters and aerosols.
4697                                   ATEN-B
       Assessment of air pollution impact.      1986     20       2039 2045
4698                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       2047 of air pollution episodes and associated control m
       Summary report of the corech (COGAR) workshop on the evaluation 2052
4699                                   ATEN-B   1986
       Towards a targetted emission reduction in Europe. 20       2053 2058
4700                                   ATEN-B   oxides of sulphur 2101 nitrogen with emphasis on long-range transport mode
       A literature review of dry deposition of 1986     20        and 2123
4701                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       2125 2135
       Characterization of individual fly ash particles emitted from coal- and oil-fired power plants.
4702                                   ATEN-B   in Ljubljana, Yugoslavia.
       Evidence for heterogeneous SO2 oxidation 1986     20       2199 2204
4703                                   two-dimensional rain system based on a scale analysis of the conservation equation
       Removal of sulphur dioxide in a ATEN-B   1986     20       2219 2229
4704                                   ATEN-B   quality data and bacterial mutagenicity data from ambient aerosols.
       Multivariate statistical analyses of air 1986     20       2231 2241
4705                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       2243   Measuremenmts and model predictions.
       Radiative transfer budgets for scattering and absorbing plumes: 2257
4706                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       2259 2269
       Characteristics of fine and coarse particles of natural and urban aerosols of Brazil.
4707                                   ATEN-B   1986     20
       Sulfate and carbonaceous aerosols in Beijing, China.       2271 2275
4708                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       2283 2285
       Numerical data on the parameterization of the optical attenuation coefficients in fog.
4709                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       2291 environment.
       Mercury emission from a cement factory and its influence on the 2299
4710                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       2301 Pine
       Trajectory analysis of acid deposition data from the New Jersey 2306 Barrens.
4711                                   the gas-phase reactions of 2339 2345
       The formation of nitro-PAH from ATEN-B   1986     20        fluoranthene and pyrene with the OH radical in the pres
4712                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       2367 2379
       Atmospheric deposition of toxaphene to Eastern North America derived from peat accumulation.
4713                                    formation on nylon filters under field conditions.
       An evaluation of artifact SO2-/4ATEN-B   1986     20       2397 2401
4714                                    and SO2 1986
       The climatology of summertime O3ATEN-B            20
                                                (1977-1981).      2423 2433
4715                                   ATEN-B   1986
       Modelling of the air pollution in the cracow area.20       2449 2458
4716                                   ATEN-B   1986     20       2483 2485
       The dissociation constant and Henry's law constant of HCl in aqueous solution.
4717                                    study   1987     21        in   27
       Ue of rare earth tracers for theATEN-B of diesel emissions 21 the atmosphere.
4718                                   ATEN-B   1987     21
       Nitrogen dioxide in exhaust emissions from motor vehicles. 37    43
4719                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       61    68
       Anthropogenic nitrogen oxide transport and deposition in Eastern North America.
4720                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       103   Virginia Key, Florida and on American Samoa.
       Washout ratios of nitrate, non-sea-salt sulfate and sea-salt on 112
4721                                    of event precipitation chemistry from the MAP3S network, 1976-1983.
       Statistical summary and analysesATEN-B   1987     21       113 128
4722                                    acidic 1987      21       129 135
       Spatial and historical trends inATEN-B deposition: A graphical intersite comparison.
4723                                    and NO3- in wintertime precipitation.
       On the difference between SO2/4-ATEN-B   1987     21       137 141
4724                                   ATEN-B   1987     21
       Marble weathering and air pollution in Philadelphia.       143 157
4725                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       159 164
       Psychophysics, visibility and perceived atmospheric transparency.
4726                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       165
       Uranium concentrations in air near a Canadian uranium refinery. 172
4727                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       173 177
       Assessment of reference electrodes for use in determining the pH of acidic, poorly-buffered waters.
4728                                   ATEN-B   originating from pesticide in airborn particulate matter sampled in an ag
       Detection of monomethylarsenic compounds 1987     21       185 189
4729                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       191 193
       Diurnal variation in the concentration of a- and b-pinene in the Landes Forest (France).
4730                                   ATEN-B    urban    21        213 232
       Numerical simulation of air pollution in 1987 areas: Model performance.
4731                                   ATEN-B   1987       to       257 260
       A quantitative assessment of source contributions 21 inhalable particulate matter pollution in metropolitan Boston
4732                                   ATEN-B   1987      21        260 261
       Atmospheric Concentrations and the deposition velocity to snow of nitric acid, sulfur dioxide and various particul
4733                                   and soil 1987 dry 21
       Gradient measurements of sulfur ATEN-B    mass               262 265
                                                           deposition rates under clean air and high-wind-speed conditions
4734                                   NOx emissions from energy combustion.
       Estimates of future CO, N2O and ATEN-B   1987      21        463 468
4735                                   ATEN-B   1987      21        469
       Total SO2 emission control strategies for the management of air 477pollution in Ulsan industrial complex.
4736                                   ATEN-B    by a     21        589 598
       Nitric acid-nitrate aerosol measurements 1987 diffusion denuder: A performance evaluation.
4737                                   ATEN-B
       The retention of SO2 by nylon filters.   1987      21        599 603
4738                                   ATEN-B    aromatic 21
       Ambient air concentrations of polycyclic 1987                617   fluoride, suspended particles and particulate carb
                                                           hydrocarbons, 628
4739                                   ATEN-B   1987      21         the 654
       Organochlorine pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls in 641 atmosphere of Southern Sweden.
4740                                   ATEN-B
       Receptor modeling and aerosol transport. 1987      21        687 698
4741                                   ATEN-B   1987      21        699 702
       Influence of particulate pollution on the positions of neutral points in the sky at Seville (Spain).
4742                                   ATEN-B   1987
       A modeling study of visibility in the Grand Canyon.21        703 713
4743                                   ATEN-B   1987      21
       Simplified wet-only and sequential fraction rain collector.  715 716
4744                                   ATEN-B   1987
       On the oxidation of SO2 to sulfate in atmospheric 21aerosols.807 812
4745                                    Sudbury 1987
       An analysis of the impact of theATEN-B              on       813 824
                                                 smelters 21 wet and dry deposition in Ontario.
4746                                   ATEN-B   1987      21        825 842
       Rainfall acidity as related to meteorological parameters in Northern Quebec.
4747                                   ATEN-B   1987
       15N/14N ratios of nitrate and ammonium in rain at 21         843 852
                                                           Pretoria, South Africa.
4748                                   ATEN-B   1987      21        853
       Spatial variability in the chemical composition of snowcover in 862a small, remote, Scottish catchment.
4749                                   ATEN-B   1987      21        863
       Seasonal and spatial trends in South Greenland snow chemistry. 869
4750                                   ATEN-B    arctic snow.
       The scavenging of atmospheric sulfate by 1987      21        871 882
4751                                   ATEN-B   1987      21        883 892
       An investigation of interurban variations in the chemical composition and mutagenic activity of airborne particul
4752                                    sampler 1987
       Two new ground-level cloud waterATEN-B             21        893 900
                                                 designs which reduce rain comtamination
4753                                   ATEN-B    determination of pH in 907
       Theory and practice in the electrometric 1987      21        901   precipitation
4754                                   ATEN-B   1987
       Vertical distributions of suspended particles and 21         917 927
                                                           their components as measured on a meteorological observation tow
4755                                   ATEN-B    multicomponent atmospheric aerosols
       Mathematical modeling of the dynamics of 1987      21        943 955
4756                                   ATEN-B   1987
       Coagulation in smoke plumes after a nuclear war 21           957 969
4757                                   particles
       Evaporation of ammonium nitrate ATEN-B   1987      21        971 975
4758                                   ATEN-B   1987       a        977 983
       Inhalable urban atmospheric particulate matter in 21 semi-arid climate: The case of Santiago de Chile.
4759                                    A climate-biosphere linkage?
       Aerosols as climate regulators: ATEN-B   1987      21        985 986
4760                                   emissions of some 21
       Spatial and diel variability in ATEN-B   1987                 sulfur compounds from a Florida Spartina alterniflora c
                                                           biogenic 987 990
4761                                   ATEN-B   1987      21        991 993
       SO2 oxidation in cloud drops containing NaCl or sea salt as condensation nuclei.
4762                                   ATEN-B   1987      21         size segregated atmospheric aerosols.
       A direct FTIR method for identifying functional groups, in 1001 1004
4763                                   ATEN-B
       Anthropogenic NH3 emissions in Europe.   1987      21        1009 1022
4764                                   of wind 1987       21        1023 1032
       Relationships between direction ATEN-B flow and fine particle sulfur concentrations within and upwind of St. Loui
4765                                   ATEN-B   1987      21         the 1044
       An evaluation of regional elemental signatures relevant to 1033 Northeastern United States.
4766                                    the chemistry occurring during 1095
       A computer modelling studying ofATEN-B   1987      21        1073 cloud formation over hills.
4767                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1097 1105
       Potential contribution of sulfate production in cumulus cloud droplets to ground level particle sulfur concentrati
4768                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1107 1113
       A theoretical assessment of pollutant deposition to individual land types during a regional-scale acid deposition
4769                                    its role in acid 21
       Oxidaton of SO2 in rainwater andATEN-B   1987               1115 1123
                                                          rain chemistry.
4770                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1125 1131
       The wet deposition of sulphate and its relationship to sulphur dioxide emissions.
4771                                   ATEN-B   1987     21
       On the concentration of trace metals in precipation.        1133 1135
4772                                   ATEN-B   of cloud 21
       Influence of alkaline particulates on pH 1987                water in
                                                          and rain 1137 1145 India.
4773                                    rural   1987     21        1147 1157
       Sequential sampling of snow in aATEN-B area. Experimentation and identification of the acidifying agents.
4774                                   ATEN-B   Marion Island (sub-Antarctic).
       Chemical composition of precipitation at 1987     21        1159 1165
4775                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1167 1180
       Polycyclic organic material (POM) in urban air. Fractionation, chemical analysis and genotoxicity of particulate a
4776                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1187 1196
       Analysis of mid-tropospheric space shuttle exhausted aluminum oxide particles.
4777                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1197 ice
       Preliminary data on changes of lead concentrations in antarctic 1202 from 155,000 to 26,000 years BP.
4778                                   ATEN-B   atmospheric models.
       Source-receptor relations from nonlinear 1987     21        1219 1225
4779                                   ATEN-B   precipitations in 1235 1241
       Deposition of nitrate-N and sulfate-S by 1987     21         Schleswig-Holstein.
4780                                   ATEN-B   1987      gaseous hydrochloric acid and ammonia under tropospheric conditi
       The equilibrium of ammonium chloride aerosol with 21        1243 1246
4781                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1247 large fires.
       Parametric study of wind generated super-um particle effects in 1252
4782                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1253
       Polynuclear aromatic compounds in flue gases and ambient air in the vicinity of a municipal incineration plant.
4783                                   United States.
       The climate of the conterminous BOOK     1973     21        193 265
4784                                   in Urban 1987 in 21
       Aerosol composition and sources ATEN-B   areas     India. 1259 1266
4785                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1267 of selected elements in ambient air aerosols in Ka
       The use of chemical and statistical methods to identify sources 1274
4786                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1275 1283
       Source characterization for atmospheric trace metals over Kiel Bight.
4787                                   ATEN-B   1987     21
       Transport and oxidation of SO2 in a stagnant foggy valley. 1305 1314
4788                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1331 1343
       Evaluation of a reactive plume model with power plant plume data-application to the sensitivity analysis of sulfat
4789                                   ATEN-B   1987     21
       Night-time N2O5/NO3 chemistry and nitrate in dew water.     1345 1351
4790                                    site,   1987     21
       Rain chemistry at a midcontinentATEN-B U.S.A., 1980-1984. 1353 1362
4791                                   sulfide 1987      21
       The supersaturation of carbonyl ATEN-B (OCS) in rain waters.1363 1367
4792                                   ATEN-B   Sequoia National Park, 1374
       Variation of wet deposition chemistry in 1987     21        1369 California.
4793                                    sulfation and nitration plates.
       Evaluation of the performance ofATEN-B   1987     21        1385 1391
4794                                   ATEN-B   1987      chemistry of nitrogen compounds.
       Treating uncertainty in models of the atmospheric 21        1445 1454
4795                                   ATEN-B   1987
       Aerosol light absorption measurement techniques: 21          and 1465
                                                          Analysis 1455 intercomparisons.
4796                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1469 1471
       Variations in different sized water insoluble particulate matter in rain water.
4797                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1477 1481
       Study of luminance and polarimetry of the sky at Seville (Spain) from May 1982 to September 1984.
4798                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1483 1484
       Effect of cloudness on solar ulatraviolet radiation reaching the surface.
4799                                   sulfur: 1987
       The iron catalyzed oxidation of ATEN-B            21         the 1490
                                                Reconciliation of 1487 Literature rates.
4800                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        1491 1495
       Emissions of biogenic sulphur compounds from several wetland soils in Florida.
4801                                   ATEN-B   1987     21
       Analysis of emission databases for regional models.         1497 1509
4802                                   particles in Steubenville, 1151using specific rotation factor analysis.
       Source apportionment of ambient ATEN-B   1987     21         OH   1519
4803                                   to identify sources of airborne 1527
       Application of cluster analysis ATEN-B   1987     21        1521 particles.
4804                                    nitrogen dioxide 21
       Kinetics of the reaction betweenATEN-B    1987               1529 1539
                                                           and water vapour.
4805                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1555 1560
       Sulfur dioxide oxidation by oxygen catalyzed by mixtures of manganese(II) and iron(III) in aqueous solutions at en
4806                                   ATEN-B    of particulate sulphate.
       Field measurements of the dry deposition 1987      21        1516 1571
4807                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1573 1585
       Dry deposition to a uniform canopy: Evaluation of a first-order-closure mathematical model.
4808                                    precipitation chemistry in Ontario, Canada.
       A winter study of air, cloud andATEN-B    1987     21        1587 1600
4809                                   ATEN-B
       Stone weathering in Southeast England.    1987     21        1601 1622
4810                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1623
       Background levels of air and precipitation quality for Europe. 1630
4811                                    over     1987      Atlantic 1631 1636
       Sulfur dioxide flux measurementsATEN-B the Western 21         Ocean.
4812                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1643 1647
       Elemental carbon and lead content of fine particles from American and French cities of comparable size and industr
4813                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1665 1670
       Aerosol single-scattering albedo: A method for obtaining climatological data.
4814                                   ATEN-B    1987
       Towards a targetted emission reduction in Europe. 21         1675 1676
4815                                   ATEN-B    review. 21
       The atmospheric effects of nuclear war-a 1987                1676 1677
4816                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1677 1679
       Examination of a Subgrid-scale parameterization for the transport of pollutants in a non-precipitating cumulus clo
4817                                   ATEN-B    1987     21
       Fe/Mg ratio: A signature for local coal-fired power plants.  1707 1712
4818                                   ATEN-B    1987     21         aqueous solutions.
       Rate constants for some oxidations of S(IV) by radicals in 1743 1747
4819                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1749 1757
       Dry deposition of nitrate, ammonium and sulfate to a Ceanothus Crassifolius canopy and surrogate surfaces.
4820                                    sulfur 1987       21
       Measurement of the entrapment foATEN-B dioxide by rime ice.  1765 1772
4821                                    and sulfate in the snow cover in Sapporo, Japan.
       Spatial distribution fo chlorideATEN-B    1987     21        1773 1778
4822                                   ATEN-B    the      21        1805 1814
       Gaseous and particulate air pollution in 1987 San Gabriel mountains of Southern California.
4823                                    analysis/multiple regression model to apportion suspended particulate matter in a
       Development fo a modified factorATEN-B    1987     21        1821 1831
4824   Atmospheric turbidity in Kuwait.ATEN-B    1987     21        1855 1859
4825                                   during    1987     21        1861 1863
       Air pollution control in Isreal ATEN-B the first and second century.
4826                                    cumuliform clouds.
       Sulfate and Nitrate chemistry inATEN-B    1987     21        1865 1868
4827                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1869
       Psychophysics, visibility and perceived atmospheric transparency.
4828                                   ATEN-B    by a     21        1870
       Nitric acid-nitrate aerosol measurements 1987 diffusion denuder: a performance evaluation.
4829                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1877 1889
       Determination of sources of atmospheric aerosol in Copenhagen based on receptor models.
4830                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1891 1898
       Wind tunnel experiments on the resuspension of sub-micrometer particles from a sand surface.
4831                                    in acid 1987
       Ammonia emissions and their roleATEN-B             21
                                                 deposition.        1939 1946
4832                                   ATEN-B    1987
       An automatic rain gauge for continuous, real time 21         1947 of rainwater chemistry.
                                                           determination 1955
4833                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        1957 1962
       Mutagenicity of ambient air pollutants collected near aluminum industries.
4834                                   ATEN-B    1987     21
       On the nature of nitrate particles in a coastal urban area.  1989 1994
4835                                   ATEN-B    1987      to       2005 2013
       Application of the factor-analysis receptor model 21 simulated urban- and regional-scale data sets.
4836                                   sulfate 1987       21        2035
       Efficient scavenging of aerosol ATEN-B by liquid-water clouds. 2052
4837                                   aromatic 1987
       On the aliphatic and polycyclic ATEN-B             21        2057 2063
                                                 hydrocarbon levels in the southern baltic sea atmosphere.
4838                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        2065 in large fires.
       Parametric study of wind generated supermicron particle effects 2067
4839                                    ammonia 1987 ammonium for Europe.
       A long-range transport model forATEN-B    and      21        2099 2119
4840                                   ATEN-B    1987     21        2121 2131
       A framework for error analysis of a long-range transport model with emphasis on parameter uncertainty.
4841                                    fluxes 1987      21       2133 2143
       Assessment of transboundary massATEN-B of air pollutants by aircraft measurements:a preliminary survey with refer
4842                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2227 2231
       Airborne particles in the Venezuelan Savannah during burning and non-burning periods.
4843                                   optical 1987      21       2233 2246
       Comparisons of the physical and ATEN-B properties of atmospheric aerosol from airborne and surface measurements o
4844                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2247 over
       Aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons in different sized aerosols 2259 the Mediterranean Sea: Occurrence and origin.
4845                                   the Manganese catalyzed oxidation of sulfur.
       The effect of ionic strength on ATEN-B   1987     21       2267 2270
4846                                   ATEN-B   over      yellow sea derived from NOAA satellite data.
       Aerosol optical thickness of yellow sand 1986 the 20       631 638
4847                                   of increasing anthropogenic constituents in the atmosphere.
       Potential climatic consequences ATEN-B   1986     20       639 642
4848                                   ATEN-B   1986     20
       Arctic air pollution: An overview of current knowledge.    643 663
4849                                    dioxide 1987
       Trend analysis of monthly sulfurATEN-B            21       2297 2309
                                                emissions in the counterminous United States, 1975-1984.
4850                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        with SO2(G) at ambient temperature.
       FTIR investigation of the heterogeneous reaction of HgO(S) 2327 2332
4851                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2333 oxidation of SO2.
       The importance of liquid water concentration in the atmospheric 2344
4852                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2345 and
       Cumulus cloud transport, scavenging and chemistry: Observations 2364 simulations.
4853                                   ATEN-B   of fogwater: The influence of local gaseous emissions.
       Case studies on the chemical composition 1987     21       2365 2374
4854                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2375 2381
       Acidic precipitation on southeastern Arizona: Sulfate, nitrate and trace-metal deposition.
4855                                   ATEN-B   1987      in      2383 2395
       Chemical composition of atmospheric precipitation 21 Czecoslovakea, 1976-1984--I. Monthly samples.
4856                                   and acetic acid in rainwater.
       Bacterial utilization of formic ATEN-B   1987     21       2397 2402
4857                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        compounds
       Concentrations, speciation and decomposition of organolead 2403 2411 in rainwater.
4858                                   ATEN-B   1987     21        and 2433
       Classification of suspended paricles in deposition samples 2425 run-off water samples from a limestone cathedral.
4859                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2453 2466
       Continued development of a general equilibrium model for inorganic multicomponent atmospheric aerosols.
4860                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2467 2471
       A method for inferring aerosol properities from satellite data over forested terrain.
4861                                    in petrol in two 21
       Relation between lead in air andATEN-B   1987              2481 2483
                                                          urban areas of Britain.
4862                                   ATEN-B
       The antiquity of 'Smokeless Zones'.      1987     21       2485
4863                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2495 2503
       Pollution levels in the United Kingdom during 14-22 January 1985.
4864                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2505 2510
       The air pollution episode of January 1985 as revealed by background data measured in Hungary.
4865                                   ATEN-B   and      21       2525 2530
       Midwest/western/eastern U.S. precipation 1987 aersol sulfate: Differences attributable to natural source inputs?.
4866                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2549 2561
       Covariations in the concentrations of organic compounds associated with springtime atmospheric aerosols.
4867                                    in rural areas of the western United States.
       Particulate nitrate measurementsATEN-B   1987     21       2563 2571
4868                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2623 2628
       An examination of SOx, NOx and trace metal washout ratios over the western Atlantic Ocean.
4869                                    of nitrate, sulfate and ammonium as a function of wind direction from precipitati
       The concentration and depositionATEN-B   1987     21       2629 2641
4870                                   ATEN-B   Ivory    21
       Acid rain in the tropical forests of the 1987 Coast.       2643 2647
4871                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2661 2665
       Atmospheric chloride: Its implication for foliar uptake and damage.
4872                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2667 2672
       Measurements of the aerosol concentrations of methanesulphonic acid, dimethyl sulphoxide and dimethyl sulphone in
4873                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2717 non-urban site.
       The composition of atmospheric coarse particles at an urban and 2721
4874                                   ATEN-B   distribution during sand/duststorm in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
       Measurement of atmospheric particle size 1987     21       2723 2725
4875                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2727 2730
       Measurements of visibility by photographic photometry at Seville (Spain).
4876                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2731 2736
       The use of Whatman 41 filter papers for high volume aerosol sampling.
4877                                   ATEN-B   1987     21       2737 2738
       Characterization of individual fly ash particles emitted from coal- and oil-fired power plants.
4878                                   IDOJ-A    nitrogen 84
       Dry deposition of atmospheric sulfur and 1980       oxides. 15    30
4879                                   IDOJ-A   1980      84
       On the atmospheric budget of nitrogen compounds over Europe. 57   68
4880                                    chemistry network. I. Sulfate 134
       On the planning of precipitationIDOJ-A   1980      84        121  data; case of uniformly distributed stations.
4881                                   IDOJ-A   1980
       Regional background air pollution in Hungary       84        135 142
4882                                   IDOJ-A    on the measured rate of wet deposition of inorganic compounds.
       Effect of the sampling period and method 1980      84        130 134
4883                                   constant 1980
       An attempt to estimate the rate IDOJ-A             84        190 195
                                                 of sulfur dioxide-sulfate conversion in the urban plume of Budapest.
4884                                   IDOJ-A   1980      84
       Central moments of time series of precipitation data.        277 291
4885                                   IDOJ-A   1981      85        1    9
       Review of the acidity of precipitation according to the WMO-network.
4886                                   monitoring in Hungary results of an international expedition.
       Integrated background pollution IDOJ-A   1981      85        57   67
4887                                   IDOJ-A    the      85        68   73
       A comparison of sunphotometers measuring 1981 turbidity of the atmosphere.
4888                                   IDOJ-A   1981      85
       A study fo the potential precipitable water over Budapest. 95     102
4889                                    atmospheric aerosol in urban, maritime and oceanic areas.
       Contribution to the study of theIDOJ-A   1981      85        117 125
4890                                   sulfur   1981      85        127 133
       An attempt to estimate biogenic IDOJ-A emission into the atmosphere.
4891                                   IDOJ-A   1981
       The atmospheric budget of nitrogen compounds over 85Hungary. 149 156
4892                                   IDOJ-A   1981      85        173
       The atmospheric cycle of nitrogen. The environmental hazard of 177anthropogenic effects
4893                                   IDOJ-A   1981      85        181  background air
       Seasonal variatioin of some aerosol characteristics in regional 193
4894                                    nitrogen and phosphorus into Lake Balaton
       On the atmospheric deposition ofIDOJ-A   1981      85        194 200
4895                                   IDOJ-A   1981
       Chemical composition of precipitation over Hungary 85        201 212
4896                                    long-   1981      85        293 304
       Results of investigations on theIDOJ-A range transmission of air pollutants
4897                                    chemistry networks. II. Sulfate data; case of randomly distributed stations
       On the planning of precipitationIDOJ-A   1981      85        309 316
4898                                   IDOJ-A   1982      86        1
       Elemental tracers for source regions of Arctic pollution aerosol  14
4899                                   IDOJ-A   1982      86         of  75
       The influence fo aerosol particles on radiation parameters 60 clouds.
4900                                   IDOJ-A   1982      86        77   81
       An evaluation of the possible effect of anthropogenic sulfat particles on the precipitation ability of clouds over
4901                                   IDOJ-A   1982
       Heterogeneous SO2-oxidation: Its contribution to 86          83   88
                                                           the cloud condensation nuclei formation process.
4902                                   IDOJ-A
       Aerosols, description and descriptors.   1982      86        105 109
4903                                   spectra 1982       86
       Investigation on the saturation IDOJ-A of ice nuclei.        125 130
4904                                    inadvertent weather modification.
       Lead-bearing exhaust aerosol andIDOJ-A   1982      86        131 138
4905                                   IDOJ-A   1982      86
       Nucleation inhibition of Ice Nuclei Active bacteria.         139 143
4906                                    and rain and possible resultant meteorological implications.
       The association between bacteriaIDOJ-A   1982      86        148 152
4907                                   IDOJ-A    nuclei over the Arctic 159
       Concentration and nature of biogenic ice 1982      86        153  Ocean.
4908                                   IDOJ-A   1982      86
       The 1980 International Cloud Condensation Nuclei Workshop. 160 168
4909                                    counter.
       A new cloud condensation nucleusIDOJ-A   1982      86        169 174
4910                                   IDOJ-A   1982      86
       Nature of fog nuclei from measurements of relative humidity. 175 178
4911   Marine aerosol research.        IDOJ-A   1982      86        179 199
4912                                   IDOJ-A   1982      86        200 208
       Airborne measurements of cloud condensation nuclei active at supersaturations<= 0.15%
4913                                   IDOJ-A   1982      86
       Measurements with an instantaneous CCN spectrometer.         209 225
4914                                   IDOJ-A   1982      86        226  over Hawaii.
       Airborne measurements of aerosols and cloud condensation nuclei 234
4915   Arctic aerosols in surface air. IDOJ-A    1982    86       235 241
4916                                    between 1982 dry size and critical supersaturation of natural aerosol particles.
       Measurements of the relationshipIDOJ-A    the     86       243 248
4917                                   IDOJ-A    1982    86        sand dust in the air over Japan.
       Mass size distribution of the principal minerals of yellow 249 253
4918                                   concentrations to 86
       The response of surface aerosol IDOJ-A    1982             255 260
                                                          changes in some boundary layer parameters.
4919                                   IDOJ-A    1982    86
       Rainfall estimation by digitizing APT infrared images.     261 269
4920                                   IDOJ-A    1982    86       277 286
       Meteorological and chemical conditions of photochemical smog formation.
4921                                    over     1982
       On the atmospheric sulfur budgetIDOJ-A Hungary.   86       333 337
4922                                   IDOJ-A    1982    86
       Diffuse radiation falling on southern vertical surfaces. 369 374
4923                                   IDOJ-A    1983     an      1
       Summer and winter budgets for sulfur over Europe; 87 indication 6of large seasonal variations of residence time.
4924                                   in regional background air 7over 13
       Lead and cadmium concentrations IDOJ-A    1983    87             Hungary.
4925                                    chemistry networks, III. 57
       On the planning of precipitationIDOJ-A    1983    87             64
                                                                   Nitrate and ammonium data.
4926                                   IDOJ-A    1983    87        the air in Hungary.
       Concentration and near surface vertical flux of ammonia in 65    70
4927                                   IDOJ-A    1983    87       71    76
       A numerical analysis of the effects of atmospheric conditions on the transport of air pollutants.
4928                                   IDOJ-A    1983    87       77    82
       The tritium concontration of precipitation in Hungary (1977-1981).
4929   The global sulfur cycle.        IDOJ-A    1983    87       121 143
4930                                   IDOJ-A    1983    87       214 220
       Categories of simultaneous monthly temperature and precipitation anomalies and some of their statistical character
4931                                   IDOJ-A    1983    87       262 273
       Physical characteristics of aerosols in the atmosphere with different level of pollution.
4932                                   IDOJ-A    1983    87       309 318
       The importance of deposition measurements in the study of atmospheric sulfur and nitrogen cycles: an application
4933                                   IDOJ-A    1983    87       353 357
       Relative brightness as a new parameter to characterize radiative properties of cloudiness in satellite pictures.
4934                                   the sunshine duration on the yield of the potato.
       Effect of the precipitation and IDOJ-A    1983    87       154 160
4935                                   IDOJ-A    precipitation in Sahel-zone in Africa and weather anomalies of the Earth.
       Relationhsip between the oscillations of 1983     87       185 192
4936                                    of nitrogen compounds over Czechoslovakia.
       Estimation of atmospheric budgetIDOJ-A    1983    87       203 209
4937                                   coal preparation and processing.
       The emission lowering effect of IDOJ-A    1983    87       299 308
4938                                   IDOJ-A    1983    87       339 344
       Effects of the use of fossil fuels on the composition, acidification and heat pollution of the atmosphere.
4939                                   the Hungarian precipitation chemistry network.
       On the density and placement of IDOJ-A    1985    89       1     8
4940                                   of different soil-surfaces 25 Hungary.
       Areal and time change of albedo IDOJ-A    1985    89        in   31
4941                                   IDOJ-A    1985    89       57
       Aerosol properties and their significance for climate studies. 69
4942                                   IDOJ-A    1985    89       70    76
       On the climatic effects of radiatively active trace gases and aerosol particles.
4943                                   IDOJ-A    1985    89       133 140
       Diffusion climatological surveying for Hungary. Part 1. The mixed layer, the atmospheric stability and the occurre
4944                                   IDOJ-A    1985    89       194 201
       Retrieval of surface global radiation from METEOSAT analogue images and surface visibility data.
4945                                   and deposition of 89
       On the background concentration IDOJ-A    1985             262 268
                                                          atmospheric nitrogen compound in Hungary.
4946                                   IDOJ-A    1985    89       313 319
       Elemental carbon, sulfur and metals in aerosol samples at a Hungarian regional air pollution station.
4947                                   IDOJ-A    1985    89       352 362
       Comparison of areal precipitation estimated by radar with that of measured by raingauges, in non-convective synopt
4948   Atmospheric acid deposition.    IDOJ-A    1986    90       69    76
4949                                   IDOJ-A    from    90       77
       Present and future SO2 and NOx emissions 1986 sources in Hungary.83
4950                                   IDOJ-A    1986    90        Hungary.
       Possibilities of the reduction of SO2 and NOx emissions in 84    88
4951                                   pollutants in Europe.
       Long-range transmission of acid IDOJ-A    1986    90       89    102
4952                                     a regional scale.
       Simulation of acid deposition onIDOJ-A    1986     90       103 114
4953                                   IDOJ-A    1986
       Sulfate formation on elemental carbon particles. 90         123 130
4954                                   IDOJ-A    1986     90       131 142
       Territorial and temporal variations of air and precipitation quality for Europe.
4955   Acid deposition in Hungary.     IDOJ-A    1986     90       143 149
4956                                   IDOJ-A    1986     90       207 216
       The variations of the precipitation amounts in the Carpathian Basin during the present century.
4957                                   IDOJ-A    1986     90       217 223
       On the ,,natural'' acid deposition and the possible consequences of decreased SO2 and NO2 in Europe.
4958                                   IDOJ-A    eghajlatra, es az 258 260
       A szen-dioxid es mas nyomgazok hatasa az 1986      90        ezzel osszefuggo kovetkezmenyek.
4959                                   JAMO-A    1980     20       170   radar observations.
       The refractive index spectra within clouds from forward-scatter 183
4960                                   profiles 1980
       Aerosol backscatter coefficient JAMO-A              at      184 194
                                                 measured 20 10.6 um.
4961                                   clean     1980     20        Michigan.
       Comparison between polluted and JAMO-A air masses over Lake 209 212
4962                                   JAMO-A    of the atmosphere.
       On the Rayleigh-scattering optical depth 1980      20       328 330
4963                                     storms. 1981
       Sulfate washout ratios in winterJAMO-A             20       619 625
4964                                   JAMO-A    1981
       A diagnostic analysis of a long-term regional air 20        795 801
                                                           pollutant transport model.
4965                                   light-scattering counters for measurement of cloud droplets.
       Calibration of Knollenberg FSSP JAMO-A    1981     20       1049 1057
4966                                   JAMO-A    1981
       Aerosol size spectra in a convective Marine Layer 20        1076   Results of airborne measurements near San Nicolas
                                                           with Stratus: 1080
4967                                   volcanic 1981 on 20
       Effects of the Mount St. Helens JAMO-A    cloud             1290 1294
                                                           turbidity at Ann Arbor, Michigan.
4968                                   JAMO-A    1981     20       1383 1390
       On the "Best" temperature and precipitation normals: The Illinois Situation.
4969                                   sources 1981       20
       Applied Climatology: Some data JAMO-A and applications. 1412 1414
4970                                   JAMO-A    States and its effect on solar irradiation.
       The origin of haze in the central United 1982      21       171 188
4971                                   JAMO-A    1982     21       373 383
       Simplified techniques to study components of solar radiation under haze and clouds.
4972                                     particulate extinction in 931 944
       Features of the scale height forJAMO-A    1982     21        hazy atmospheres.
4973                                   JAMO-A    1982
       Atmospheric turbidity in the Polar Regions.        21       1080 1088
4974                                   effluents produced by the launch of large liquid- and solid-fueled rockets.
       Aerosols and trace gases in the JAMO-A    1982     21       1332 1345
4975                                   desert    1982
       Comments on "Transport of Asian JAMO-A aerosol to 21        1775 1777
                                                           the Hawaiian Islands".
4976                                   JAMO-A
       Estimation of sulfate deposition.         1982     21       1933 1936
4977                                   JAMO-A    solar    23       5     24
       Observational and theoretical studies of 1984 radiation in arctic stratus clouds.
4978                                   JAMO-A    1984
       Parameterization of droplet terminal velocity and 23        34    41
                                                           extinction coefficient in fog models.
4979                                   JAMO-A    1984
       The spatial analysis of acid precipiatation data. 23        52    62
4980                                   JAMO-A    on direct and diffuse solar irradiances.
       Effects of the El Chichon volcanic cloud 1984      23       449 452
4981                                   JAMO-A    1984
       Temporal variations of aerosol optical parameters 23        661 665
                                                           resulting from the aging of a model aerosol number size distribu
4982                                   JAMO-A    the      23        aerosol
       Some physical and chemical properties of 1984 Arctic winter 916 928 in Northeastern Canada.
4983                                   JAMO-A    1984     23        the 1064
       Long-range tropospheric transport of pollution aerosols in 1052 Alaskan Arctic.
4984                                   JAMO-A    1984     23       1121 1137
       A model of the radiative properties of the El Chichon stratospheric aerosol layer.
4985                                   JAMO-A    1984     23       1204 1221
       Slant-lidar aerosol extinction measurements and their relation to measured and calculated albedo changes.
4986                                     hazes   1984     23       1247 1252
       Liquid water content of fogs andJAMO-A from visible light scattering.
4987                                   of summertime haze in the Blue Ridge Mountains using multivariate statistical meth
       An investigation of the sources JAMO-A    1984     23       1333 1341
4988                                   JAMO-A    1984     23       1342 1349
       Infrared backscattering by irregularly shaped particles: a statistical approach.
4989                                    determination of 23
       Experimental verification of theJAMO-A   1984               1350 1353
                                                          atmospheric turbidity from sunshine recorders.
4990                                   JAMO-A   1984      DMSP visible imagery.
       Evidence of Arctic-wide atmospheric aerosols from 23        1459 1464
4991                                   JAMO-A   1984     23        1573 1578
       Meteorological patterns associated with maximum 3-hour average concentrations predicted by the CRSTER model for a
4992                                   JAMO-A   1984     23
       Studies of Urban climates and air pollution in Switzerland. 1614 1625
4993                                   JAMO-A   1985      gradient 425 434
       Long-range transport of air pollution under light 24         wind conditions.
4994                                   variations in the 24
       Temporal and spatial visibility JAMO-A   1985                vicinity
                                                          Illinois 435 451 during 1949-80.
4995                                   JAMO-A   1985     24        501 507
       Satellite measurement of sea surface temperature in the presence of volcanic aerosols.
4996                                    Arizona, 1956-83: Variations and their causes.
       Atmospheric turbidity at Tucson,JAMO-A   1985     24        725 734
4997                                   JAMO-A   1985     24        1245 1256
       A multivariate assessment of meteorological influences on inhalable particle source impacts.
4998                                   JAMO-A   1985     24         the 1356
       Particles in the lower troposphere over the high plains of 1344 United States. Part I: Size distributions, elemen
4999                                   JAMO-A   1985     24         the 1369
       Particles in the lower troposphere over the high plains of 1358 United States. Part II: Cloud condensation nuclei
5000                                   JAMO-A   1985     24         the 1376
       Particles in the lower troposphere over the high plains of 1370 United States. Part III: Ice nuclei.
5001                                   JAMO-A   1986     25        505 516
       Observed pertubations of the earth's radiation budget: A response to the El Chichon stratospheric aerosol layer?
5002                                   JAMO-A   1986
       A three-dimensional cloud chemistry model.        25        652 671
5003                                   JGRE-A   1981     86        1113
       Effects of meteoric debris on stratospheric aerosols and gases. 1128
5004                                   JGRE-A   1981     86        5321 5323
       On the role of photo-induced solution reactions in determining atmospheric aerosol concentrations.
5005                                   computed 1981
       Comparison between measured and JGRE-A            86         sulphur compounds in Eastern North America.
                                                concentrations of 5339 5346
5006                                   atmospheric particulates: 5247 5363
       Forest vegetation as a sink for JGRE-A   1981     86         Quantitative studies in rain and dry deposition.
5007                                   and atmospheric transmission at 7398
       Seasonal variations in aerosols JGRE-A   1981     86        7395 Mauna Loa Observatory.
5008                                   JGRE-A   1981      Denver's 7463 7470 plume.
       Aerosol formation, transformation, and effects in 86         emissions
5009                                   JGRE-A   1981     86         from aircraft radiative flux measurements.
       Determination of vertical profiles of aerosol size spectra 9795 9800
5010                                   JGRE-A   1981     86        9801 9805
       Turbidity of the atmosphere determined from satellite: Calculation of optimum wavelength.
5011                                   JGRE-A   1981     86        #### ####
       On sulfate aerosol formation mechanism and its role in stratospheric pollution.
5012                                   of the   1982     87        1225 1230
       The influence on rain chemistry JGRE-A Hawaiian Volcano Kilauea.
5013                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        1246 1250
       Estimation of atmospheric sea salt dry deposition: Wind speed and particle size dependence.
5014                                    Loa Observatory, 87
       Aerosol characteristics at MaunaJGRE-A   1982               1251 East
                                                          Hawaii, after 1258 Asian dust storm episodes.
5015                                   aerosol 1982      87        1259 stratosphere.
       A model study of Fuego Volcanic JGRE-A dispersion in the lower 1269
5016                                    desert 1982      87        1270 1278
       Characterization of troposphericJGRE-A aerosols at solar wavelengths by multispectral radiometry from Landsat.
5017                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        1279 of particulat matter in marine environments (Red S
       Measurements of atmospheric turbidity and vertical mass loading 1286
5018                                   and aerosol extinction characteristics from satellite imagery.
       Determination of surface albedo JGRE-A   1982     87        1287 1299
5019                                    layer   1982     87         following
       Aircraft sampling of the sulfateJGRE-A near the tropopause 3123 3127 the eruption of Mount St. Helens.
5020                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        4137 4147
       Solution of the equation of radiative transfer for remote sensing over nonuniform surface reflectivity.
5021                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        4287 4292
       The transport of heat, water vapor and particulate material to the South Polar plateau.
5022                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        4309 4313
       On the residence time of the Antarctic ice sheet sulfate aerosol.
5023   Chemistry of South Polar snow. JGRE-A    1982     87        4314 4318
5024                                   JGRE-A   1982
       Small particles in plumes of Mount St. Helens.    87        4956 4962
5025                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        4963 4972
       Water-soluble material on aerosols collected within volcanic eruption clouds.
5026   Sulfur emissions from Mt. Etna. JGRE-A   1982     87       7253 7261
5027                                   JGRE-A   1982     87       7262 7272
       Resolution of basaltic and continental aerosol components during spring and summer within the boundary layer of Ha
5028                                    in remote areas of the world. 8786
       The composition of precipitationJGRE-A   1982     87       8771
5029                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        fluxes of
       Magnitudes and sources of precipitation and dry deposition 8857 8869 industrial and natural leads to the North Pac
5030                                   JGRE-A   1982     87       8870 8874
       Sporadic transport and deposition of continental aerosols to the Pacific Ocean.
5031                                    Grim,   1982     87       8875 Queensland.
       Marine aerosol chemistry at CapeJGRE-A Tasmania, and Townsville 8885
5032                                   JGRE-A   the      87       8886
       Airborne ice nucleus measurements around 1982 Hawaiian Islands. 8890
5033                                   JGRE-A   1982     87       8823 8930
       Mid-latitude model analysis of solar radiation, the upper layers of the sea, and seasonal climate.
5034                                   JGRE-A   1982     87       8991 9002
       The Saudi Arabian heat low: Aerosol distributions and thermodynamic structure.
5035                                   JGRE-A   1982     87       9003 9015
       Threshold friction velocities and rupture moduli for crusted desert soils for the input of soil particles into the
5036                                   JGRE-A   1982     87
       Snow chemistry on James Ross Island (Antarctic Peninsula). #### ####
5037                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        #### ####
       The chemistry of Western Atlantic precipitation at the Mid-Atlantic coast and on Bermuda.
5038                                   in the   1982      of       #### ####
       The origins of sulfur compounds JGRE-A atmosphere 87 a zone of high productivity.
5039                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        #### ####
       Balloon-borne observations of stratospheric aerosol and condensation nuclei during the year following the Mt. St.
5040                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        #### eruptions of Mt. St. Helens.
       Particles and gases in the emissions from the 1980-1981 volcanic####
5041                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        #### Hanford, Washington sampling sites subsequent to
       Ambient airborne solids concentrations including volcanic ash at####
5042                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        #### ####
       Volcanic aerosol phospheorus, chlorine, and sulfur at Kilauea, Hawaii.
5043                                   JGRE-A   1982
       Volcanic output of long-lived radon daughters.    87        #### ####
5044                                   JGRE-A   Helens effluents. #### ####
       Ice nucleus characteristics of Mount St. 1982     87
5045                                   enrichment of the 87
       The role of active volcanism in JGRE-A   1982               #### chalcophile elements.
                                                          atmosphere in ####
5046                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        #### ####
       Lipids in aerosols from the tropical North Pacific: Temporal variability.
5047                                   JGRE-A   1982     87        #### ####
       Study of the particulate sulfur-light scattering relationship using in situ aerosol thermal analysis.
5048                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       1369 and
       The sources of sulfate in precipitation parameterization scheme 1374 physical sensitivities.
5049                                   JGRE-A   2, sensitivities to chemical variables.
       The sources of sulfate in precipitation, 1983     88       1375 1377
5050                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       1457 1462
       Stratospheric sulfuric acid vapor: New and updated measurements.
5051                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       3725 km.
       Unusual behavior in the condensation nuclei concentration at 30 3731
5052                                    the global atmospheric sulfur budget.
       The contribution of volcanoes toJGRE-A   1983     88       3732 3740
5053                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       3741 3776
       A decade of stratospheric sulfate measurements compared with observations of volcanic eruptions.
5054                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       3777 recent volcanic eruptions.
       Lidar- and balloon-borne particle counter comparisons following 3782
5055                                   JGRE-A   1983      (39 N, 142 E) 3788
       Measurement of stratospheric aerosol near Sanriku 88       3783 in Japan on May 31, 1979.
5056                                   JGRE-A   1983     88
       Resuspension of volcanic ash from Mount St. Helens.        3919 3921
5057                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       5091 5100
       Water and acid soluble trace metals in atmospheric particles.
5058                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       5101 5108
       Droplet phase (heterogeneous) and gas phase (homogeneous) contributions to secondary ambient aerosol formation as
5059                                   JGRE-A   1983
       Fogwater chemistry in an urban atmosphere.        88       5109 5121
5060                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       5122 5130
       Measurement of weak organic acidity in precipitation from remote areas of the world.
5061                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       5290 5298
       Radiative properties of the stratospheric dust cloud from the May 18,1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens.
5062                                   Helens: 1983
       The 1980 eruptions of Mount St. JGRE-A             and chemical processes in the stratospheric clouds.
                                                Physical 88       5299 5319
5063                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       5343 5352
       Transport of mineral aerosol from Asia over the North Pacific Ocean.
5064                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       5353 5364
       Characterization of the atmospheric aerosol over the eastern equatorial Pacific.
5065                                   JGRE-A    New     88       5411 and
       7Be and 210Pb total deposition fluxes at 1983 Haven, Connecticut 5415 at Bermuda.
5066   Dry-fall of fine dust on sea.   JGRE-A   1983     88       6021 6026
5067                                   JGRE-A   1983     88        in   6621
       A dynamic model for the production of H+, NO3-, and SO4 2- 6611urban fog.
5068                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       6737 6751
       Production rate of airborne sea-salt sulfur deduced from chemical analysis of marine aerosols and precipitation.
5069                                   JGRE-A   1983      precipitation 6760 semiremote site in northern Wisconsin.
       Relationships between Pb and 210Pb in aerosol and 88       6752 at a
5070                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       6761
       Vapor phase and particulate selenium in the marine atmosphere. 6768
5071                                   JGRE-A   1983     88       6769 6772
       On some radiative features of the El Chichon volcanic stratospheric dust cloud and a cloud of unknown origin obser
5072                                   JGRE-A   1983
       Backscatter and extinction in water clouds.       88       6787 6796
5073                                    a large 1983
       Wetfall chemistry studies aroundJGRE-A            88       8585 in the Southeastern United States.
                                                 coal-fired power plant 8612
5074                                   JGRE-A
       Marine aerosol at southern mid-latitudes.1983     88        #### ####
5075                                   JGRE-A   1983     88        #### ####
       Kinetics and mechanism of the oxidation of S(IV) by ozone in aqueous solution with particular reference to SO2 con
5076                                   JGRE-A   1983     88        #### ####
       An investigation of sulfate production in clouds using a flow-through chemical reactor model approach.
5077                                   JGRE-A   1983     88        #### MISTT.
       Urban exports to the nonurban troposphere: Results from project####
5078                                   JGRE-A   1983
       Aerosol measurements at four background sites.    88        #### ####
5079                                   JGRE-A   1983      airborne #### #### in the eastern United States.
       Rural measurements of the chemical composition of 88        particles
5080                                   JGRE-A   1983      using shipboard collectors.
       The composition of western atlantic precipitation 88        #### ####
5081                                   JGRE-A   1983
       Methane sulfonic acid in the marine atmosphere. 88          #### ####
5082                                   JGRE-A   1983     88        #### ####
       The role of the ocean in the global atmospheric sulfur cycle.
5083                                   JGRE-A   1983     88        #### ####
       Mass size distributions of chemical constituents of the winter arctic aerosol.
5084                                   marine   1983     88        #### ####
       Characterization of aerosols in JGRE-A environments (Mediterranean, Red Sea, and Indian Ocean).
5085                                   JGRE-A   1983     88        #### in
       Estimating particle sizes, concentrations, and total mass of ash#### volcanic clouds using weather radar.
5086                                   JGRE-A   1984     89       1355 1360
       The measurement of extractable particulate organic matter at a nonurban area in the northeastern United States.
5087                                   JGRE-A
       Trace metals in Bermuda rainwater.       1984     89       1423 1428
5088                                   JGRE-A   1984     89       1429 1438
       Sulfate accumulation in a sea breeze/land breeze circulation system.
5089                                   in liquid water stratiform 1447 1458
       Acidic and related constituents JGRE-A   1984     89        clouds.
5090                                    aerosol 1984
       Meteorological associations withJGRE-A            89       1459 1467
                                                 composition in the boundary layer.
5091                                    changes 1984
       Diurnal and longer-term temporalJGRE-A            89       2522 2534
                                                 in the composition of atmospheric particles at Mauna Loa, Hawaii.
5092                                    on measured short-wave radiation incident at the ground.
       Effects of stratospheric aerosolJGRE-A   1984     89       2553 2561
5093                                   of atmospheric water vapor 2563the Mediterranean, Red Sea, and Indian Ocean.
       vertical distribution featuresa JGRE-A   1984     89        in   2566
5094                                    gases   1984     89        United States 1. Inorganic species: NH3, HNO3, SO2.
       Highly soluble atmospheric traceJGRE-A in the southwestern 4779 4787
5095                                   JGRE-A   1984     89       4883 4890
       On the temporal variation of stratospheric aerosol size and mass during the first 18 months following the 1982 eru
5096                                   St. Helens' ash. 89
       Sulfur dioxide content of Mount JGRE-A   1984              4891 4894
5097                                   global   1984     89       5303 5314
       SAGE and SAM II measurements of JGRE-A stratospheric aerosol optical depth and mass loading.
5098                                   JGRE-A   1984     89       5321 5327
       A comparative study of aerosol extinction measurements made by the SAM II and SAGE satellite experiments.
5099                                    air:    1984     89       7111 7132
       Sulfur dioxide in remote oceanicJGRE-A Cloud transport of reactive precursors.
5100                                   JGRE-A   1984     89        7133 7147
       A numerical model for sulfur chemistry in warm-frontal rainbands.
5101                                    strong 1984      89        7149 atmosphere.
       Vertical distribution of aerosolJGRE-A acid and sulfate in the 7158
5102                                   JGRE-A   1984     89         York, and
       Chemical composition of radiation fog water at Albany, New 7159 7164 its relationship to fog microphsics.
5103                                   JGRE-A   1984     89        9521 9526
       Background tropospheric aerosols: Incorporation within a statistical-dnamical climate model.
5104                                   quiescent volcanic plumes from Poas, Arenal, and Colima volcanos, Costa Rica and M
       Sulfur dioxide and particles in JGRE-A   1984     89        9633 9641
5105                                    natural 1984
       Small-particle dry deposition onJGRE-A   waters: 89          uncertainty.
                                                          Modeling 9679 9681
5106                                   JGRE-A   1984     89        #### atmosphere.
       Estimates of the transport of trace metals from the ocean to the####
5107                                   JGRE-A   1984     89         Mount St.Helens eruption: A two-wavelength analysis.
       SAGE satellite observations of stratospheric aerosols from #### ####
5108                                   JGRE-A   1985     90        2119 2122
       Test of a protype Eddy accumulator for measuring atmospheric vertical fluxes of water vapor and particulate sulfat
5109                                   JGRE-A   surfaces.
       Dry deposition of sulfate onto surrogate 1985     90        2123 2130
5110                                   JGRE-A   1985     90        2131 2143
       Measurements and parameterization of particulate sulfur dry deposition over grass.
5111                                   JGRE-A   1985     90        2145 2160
       An evaluation of optical particle counter measurements of the dry deposition of atmospheric aerosol particles.
5112                                   JGRE-A   advecting off the 2365 2379
       Aerosol size distributions in air masses 1985     90         east coast of the United States.
5113                                   JAMO-A   1983     22        134 142
       Observation and modeling of downward radiative fluxes (solar and infrared) in urban/rural areas.
5114                                   JAMO-A   1983
       Formation of sulfate in a cloud-free environment. 22        163 170
5115                                   JAMO-A   mineral aerosol and soils of the Sahara.
       Number, mass and volume distributions of 1983     22        233 243
5116                                   JAMO-A   1983     22        632 639
       Simulation of transport and removal processes of the Saharan dust.
5117                                   tropospheric and stratospheric effects.
       Mt. St. Helen's aerosols: Some JAMO-A    1983     22        640 648
5118                                   JAMO-A   1983     22        1253 from
       Refractive index and size distribution of aerosols as estimated 1261 light scattering measurements.
5119                                   of tropospheric aerosol volume distributions.
       Spatial and temporal variations JAMO-A   1983     22        1262 1269
5120   Turbidity in eastern Canada.    JAMO-A   1983     22        1384 1392
5121                                   JAMO-A   1983
       Automated measurements of atmospheric visibility. 22        1455 1461
5122                                   JAMO-A   1983     22
       Light extinction by aerosols during summer air pollution. 1694 1706
5123                                   JAMO-A   1983     22        1707 1716
       Study of the relationship between Angstrom's wavelength exponent and junge particle size distribution exponent.
5124                                   JAMO-A   1983     22        1717 1725
       Inference of the aerosol Angstrom coefficient from SAGE short-wavelength data.
5125                                   JAMO-A   1983     22
       Albedo following fire in a northern hardwood forest.        1733 1737
5126                                   JAMO-A   1983     22        1820 1823
       Humidity and turbidity parameters in sahel: A case study for Niamey (Niger).
5127                                   JAMO-A   1987     26        763   potential for incorporation into precipitation.
       Two case studies of the transport of dust storm aerosol and the 773
5128                                   trends   1987      North America, 1980-84.
       Acid precipitation patterns and JAMO-A in eastern 26        980 994
5129                                   SCIE-A   Ambient concentrations 165 the remote marine atmosphere.
       Global transport of organic pollutants: 1981      211       163   in
5130                                   SCIE-A
       Mount St. Helens and a climate quandary. 1981     211       371 374
5131                                   SCIE-A   1981     211
       Trajectories of the Mount St. Helens eruption plume.        819 821
5132                                   SCIE-A   1981     211       823 824
       Changes in stratospheric water vapor associated with the Mount St. Helens eruption.
5133                                   SCIE-A   1981     211       824 825
       Measurements of cloud condensation nuclei in the stratosphere around the plume of Mount St. Helens.
5134                                   SCIE-A   1981     211       826 827
       Filter measurements of stratospheric sulfate and chloride in the eruption plume of Mount St. Helens.
5135                                    Mount   1981      plume: Stratospheric samples from the 18 May eruption.
       Trace element composition of theSCIE-A St. Helens 211       827 830
5136                                   SCIE-A   1981     211       830 832
       Characterization of aerosols from eruptions of Mount St. Helens.
5137                                   SCIE-A    particles in the stratosphere from eruptions of Mount St. Helens.
       Size distributions and mineralogy of ash 1981     211      832 834
5138                                   by aerosols in the volcanic plume of Mount St. Helens.
       Absorption of visible radiation SCIE-A    1981    211      834 836
5139                                   SCIE-A    1981    211       between
       Measurements of the imaginary part of the refractive index 836 838 300 and 700 nanometers for Mount St. Helens ash
5140                                   SCIE-A    1981    211      812 815
       Microparticle concentration variations linked with climatic change: Evidence from polar ice cores.
5141                                   SCIE-A    1981
       Pollution of the arctic atmosphere confirmed.     212      1013 1014
5142                                   index     monitor deposition from coal-fired power plants.
       Fly ash-derived strontium as an SCIE-A to 1981    212      1267 1269
5143                                   SCIE-A    1981    212      1383 climatic effect.
       The Mount St. Helens volcanic eruption of 18 May 1980: Minimal 1384
5144                                   SCIE-A    1981    213      651    with a new fast response sensor.
       Spectral analysis of tropospheric aerosol measurements obtained 653
5145                                   SCIE-A
       Demineralization of porous solids.        1981    213      1018 1019
5146                                   SCIE-A    1981    214      328 331
       High-latitude stratospheric aerosols measured by the SAM II satellite system in 1978 and 1979.
5147                                   SCIE-A    1981    214       Helens eruption: radioactivity and chemical compositio
       Measurements of the stratospheric plume from the Mount St. 904 907
5148                                   SCIE-A    1981    214
       World population growth, soil erosion, and food sercurity. 995 1002
5149                                     derived 1981 local fires in the Himalayas.
       Airborne lead and other elementsSCIE-A    from    214      1344 1346
5150                                   SCIE-A    coal    215
       Size distribution of fine particles from 1982 combustion. 13     19
5151                                     to forest vegetation.
       Atmospheric deposition of metalsSCIE-A    1982    215      1609 1611
5152                                   SCIE-A    1982    216      1115 1118
       Stratospheric aerosol effects from Soufriere Volcano as measured by the SAGE satellite system.
5153                                   eruption 1982
       Fine particles in the soufriere SCIE-A    plume   216      1118 1119
5154                                   SCIE-A    1982    216      1119 1121
       Aerosols from the soufriere eruption plume of 17 April 1979.
5155                                   sulfates: Estimation by oxygen 53
       Primary sulfates in atmospheric SCIE-A    1982    217      51     isotope ratio measurements.
5156                                   SCIE-A
       Chemical composition of acid fog.         1982    217      677 679
5157                                   SCIE-A    1982    218       Hydrological and chemical inputs.
       Cloud droplet deposition in subalpine balsam fir forests: 1303 1304
5158                                   SCIE-A    1983     cloud: Implications for the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinctions.
       Environmental effects of an impact-generated dust 219      287 289
5159                                   SCIE-A    1983    219      289 292
       The use of strontium-87/strontium-86 ratios to measure atmospheric transport into forested watersheds.
5160                                   to the    1983    219
       Asian dust: Seasonal transport SCIE-A Hawaiian Islands. 195 197
5161                                     spring 1983
       Volcanic ash over Arizona in theSCIE-A of 1982: 220        300 302
                                                          Astronomical observations.
5162                                   SCIE-A    1983    220      1148 combustion-derived aerosols.
       Soot carbon and excess fine potassium: Long-range transport of 1151
5163                                   SCIE-A
       Acid rain on acid soil: A new perspective.1983    221      520 525
5164                                   and growth in the 222
       sulfuric acid droplet formation SCIE-A    1983             325 327
                                                          stratosphere after the 1982 eruption of El Chichon.
5165                                   SCIE-A    1983
       Coal in the United States: A status report.       222      377 384
5166                                     fogs,   1983    222      411 413
       Historic volcanism, European drySCIE-A and Greenland acid precipitation, 1500 B.C. to A.D. 1500.
5167                                   SCIE-A
       Volcanic aerosols and lunar eclipses.     1983    222      1011 1013
5168                                   SCIE-A    1983    222
       El Chichon: Composition of plume gases and particles.      1018 1021
5169                                   SCIE-A    from    222      1118 January 1983.
       Iridium enrichment in airborne particles 1983 Kilauea Volcano: 1121
5170                                   light     1981    62       1321 1327
       First international workshop on BAMI-A absorption by aerosol particles: Background, activities, and preliminary re
5171   The Mt. St. Helens ash cloud.   BAMI-A    1981    62       1486
5172                                   BAMI-A    1982    63       258 266
       A study of persisent elevated pollution episodes in the northeastern United States.
5173                                   BAMI-A    1982     North America.
       An overview of acid rain monitoring activities in 63       598 618
5174                                    trend   1982      63
       Another interpretation of the pHBAMI-A in the United States.1277 1284
5175   Sun photometry.                 BAMI-A   1983      64       4     10
5176                                   BAMI-A   1983      64       154 157
       Workshop on Mount St. Helens eruptions of 1980: Atmospheric effects and potential climatic impact.
5177                                   BAMI-A    on solar 65
       Effects of the El Chichon volcanic cloud 1984               216 218
                                                           radiation received at Fairbanks, Alaska.
5178                                   BAMI-A
       Recent progress in atmospheric radiation.1984      65       475 483
5179                                   BAMI-A   1984      65       950
       Atmospheric transmission and climate: Results from Smithsonian 957measurements.
5180   Project BASIN.                  BAMI-A   1984      65       1210 1211
5181                                   AMBI-F
       Poland: Coming to grips with pollution. 1981       10       40    41
5182                                   AMBI-F    hard     10       148 149
       Acid precipitation in North America: "a 1981 rain is gonna fall".
5183   The acidification of Norway.    AMBI-F   1981      10       150 151
5184                                   AMBI-F   1981      10       185 188
       (History of particulate atmosheric) Pollution from magnetic measurements in dated finnish peat profiles.
5185   Reviving acidified lakes.       AMBI-F   1981      10       195 196
5186                                   AMBI-F   1982      11       29    30
       The pH history of lakes in southwestern Sweden, as calculated from the subfossil diatom flora of the sediments.
5187                                    policy. 1982
       Air pollution stresst and energyAMBI-F             11       188 194
5188                                   AMBI-F   1982      11       206 208
       Natural and anthropogenic flux of major elements from Central Europe.
5189                                   AMBI-F   1982      11
       Ten years after Stockholm: A decade of environmental debate.215 228
5190                                    of energy use on 11
       The effects of changing patternsAMBI-F   1982               324 329
                                                           sulfur emissions and depositions in Europe.
5191                                   the New 1982       11
       The effects of air pollution on AMBI-F England landscape. 338 346
5192                                   AMBI-F   1982      11        Kingdom: Is it worth the cost?
       Controlling the emission of sulfur compounds in the United 366 369
5193                                    Conclusions of the expert 369 371
       Stockholm acid rain conference: AMBI-F   1982      11        meetings.
5194                                   AMBI-F   1982       .       371   pace.
       EEC moves to control sulfur dioxide pollution . . 11 at a snails 373
5195                                   AMBI-F   1982      11
       Norway: A 20-year pollution control campaign shows results. 374 375
5196                                   AMBI-F
       Australia: Environment down under.       1983      12       27    33
5197                                    rain:   1983      12       47    48
       North American raincheck on acidAMBI-F Stormy weather ahead for US-Canadian relations.
5198                                   AMBI-F
       Acid depositions and the environment.    1983      12       80    82
5199                                   damaged 1983       12        and 127
       Poland's plight: Environmental AMBI-F from air pollution 125 acid rain.
5200                                   AMBI-F
       A dark decade ahead for acid rain?       1983      12       131
5201                                   AMBI-F
       A sad status of Asia's wild elephants.   1983      12       132 137
5202                                   AMBI-F
       The tragedy of our tropical rainforests. 1983      12       252 254
5203                                   AMBI-F   1985       to      2
       The ammonium hypothesis-An additional explanation 14 the forest 8 dieback in Europe.
5204                                   AMBI-F   1985      14
       The current state of knowledge on acidification of surface 45     51
                                                                    waters and guidelines for further research.
5205   Anamnesis of the Swedish forest.AMBI-F   1985      14       57    58
5206                                   AMBI-F   1985      14       152 157
       Concept and realization of an air pollution monitoring station in the European Arctic.
5207                                   AMBI-F   1985      14       161   fuel combustion.
       Carbonaceous particles in lake sediments-pollutants from fossil 163
5208                                   AMBI-F   1985      14
       Hydrogen ion budgets of four small runoff basins in Sweden 346 348
5209                                   and Scandinavia: 14 competition 356
       Acidification in central Europe AMBI-F   1985       A       354   between anthropogenic, geochemical and biochemical
5210                                   AMBI-F
       Air pollution and acid rain in China     1986      15       2     5
5211                                   AMBI-F    1986     15       47    51
       The acid rain controversy in Europe and North America: A political analysis.
5212                                   AMBI-F
       The status of acid rain research.         1986     15       51    52
5213   Water, an endangered ecosystem. AMBI-F    1986     15       201 207
5214                                   AMBI-F
       Multiple pollutants and forest decline. 1986       15       258 265
5215                                   AMBI-F    decline. 16
       Cascades of causes and effects of forest 1987               86    93
5216                                   AMBI-F    1987     16       206 209
       Mortality from nonmalignant respiratory diseases in Scotland between 1959 and 1983.
5217                                   AMBI-F    1987     16        to   213
       Is decline of Cantharellus cibarius in the Netherlands due 211 air pollution?
5218                                   AMBI-F    1987     16       232 245
       Acidification in Europe: A simulation model for evaluating control strategies.
5219                                   AMBI-F    1987     16
       Environmental pollution and control measures in China.      257 261
5220                                   by atmospheric aerosol particles, fog and cloud water residues.
       Absorption of visible radiation JAHS-A    1981     38       141 155
5221                                   III: Monte Carlo calculations of multiple-scattered lidar returns.
       Remote sounding of high clouds. JAHS-A    1981     38       156 167
5222                                   aerosol 1981
       On the background stratospheric JAHS-A layer.      38       168 181
5223                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       370
       Estimates of characteristic times for precipitation scavenging. 386
5224                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       387 399
       A new look at the discrete ordinate method for radiative transfer calculations in anisotropically scattering atmos
5225                                   JAHS-A
       Microstructure of a radiation fog.        1981     38       454 458
5226                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       474 488
       Deconvolution of wide field-of-view radiometer measurements of earth-emitted radiation. part II: Analysis of fir
5227                                   JAHS-A    1981     38        effects
       Climate change and cloud feedback: The possible radiative 489 493 of latitudinal redistribution.
5228                                   JAHS-A    and      38
       Comments on "Aerosol, cloud reflectivity 1981 climate".     664 666
5229                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       798 807
       An efficient method for computing the absorption of solar radiation by water vapor.
5230                                   JAHS-A    1981
       Light scattering by hexagonal ice crystals.        38       1260 1271
5231                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       1272 1278
       Theoretical prediction of ion clusters relevant to the atmosphere: Size and mobility.
5232                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       1279 1294
       Satellite and correlative measurements of the stratospheric aerosol. I: Anoptical model for data conversions.
5233                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       1295 1312
       Satellite and correlative measurements of the stratospheric aerosol. II: Comparison of measurements made by SAM I
5234                                   JAHS-A    1981     38
       Continentality of the south Florida summertime CCN aerosol. 1467 1479
5235                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       2031 through observation of the internal scattered radi
       A method for determining the single scattering albedo of clouds 2044
5236                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       2045 wide-angle longwave radiation measurements.
       The effect of data analysis techniques on the interpretation of 2055
5237                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       2696 2706
       A new look at the discrete ordinate method for radiative transfer calculations in anisotropically scattering atmos
5238                                   JAHS-A    1981     38       2707 2716
       Parameterization of infrared radiative transfer in cloudy atmospheres.
5239                                     surfaces on the radiation 2717 2729 from the top of the earth's atmosphere.
       Effects of reflection by naturalJAHS-A    1981     38        emerging
5240                                     and above the nocturnal boundary layer.
       Radiative cooling effects withinJAHS-A    1981     38       2730 2746
5241                                   in the    1981     38       2772 2778
       Atmospheric measurements of CCN JAHS-A supersaturation range 0.013-0.681%.
5242                                   JAHS-A
       Remote sensing of cloud parameters.       1982     39       159 170
5243                                   JAHS-A    1982     39       171 177
       Simple approximation for infrared emissivity of water clouds.
5244                                   JAHS-A    1982     39       431   clouds.
       Infrared radiative transfer through a regular array of cuboidal 439
5245                                     aerosol 1982
       The role of giant and ultragiantJAHS-A             39        rain initiation.
                                                 particles in warm 448 460
5246                                   JAHS-A    1982     39       648 655
       Ice nucleation by aerosol particles: Theory of condensation-freezing nucleation
5247                                   JAHS-A    airborne 39
       The growth of snow in winter storms: An 1982                697   study.
                                                           observational 706
5248                                   JAHS-A   1982     39
       A simple model of particle coalescence and breakup.         1317 1322
5249                                   JAHS-A   1982     39        1838 1852
       The size and scattering coefficient of urban aerosol particles at Washington, DC as a function of relative humidit
5250                                   JAHS-A   1982      nonspherical particles.
       Note on the scattering of radiation by moderately 39        1886 1888
5251                                   JAHS-A   1982     39        2076 2082
       Influence of rainfall on the seasonal variations of cloud condensation nuclei concentrations in a sub-equatorial c
5252                                   JAHS-A   earth-atmosphere radiative balance due to a stratospheric aerosol layer.
       A simple method to compute the change in 1982     39        2565 2576
5253                                   JAHS-A   1982     39
       Radar backscattering of microwaves by spongy ice spheres. 2623 2628
5254                                   JAHS-A   1982     39        2898 2904
       Observation of ice crystal formation in lower arctic atmosphere.
5255                                   JAHS-A   1983     40         atmosphere.
       Growth of aqueous solution droplets of HNO3 and HCl in the 107 115
5256                                   JAHS-A   1983     40        116 138
       The effect of tropospheric aerosols on the earth's radiation budget: A parameterization for climate models.
5257                                   JAHS-A   1983     40         their role in the atmosphere.
       On the production of aitken nuclei from breaking waves and 469 479
5258                                    stratus 1983
       Effects of CCN concentrations onJAHS-A   clouds. 40         480 486
5259                                   JAHS-A   1983     40        1016 1023
       Comparison of Monte Carlo calculations with observations of ligh scattering in finite clouds.
5260                                   orographic clouds 40
       Observations of liquid water in JAHS-A   1983                Mountain.
                                                          over Elk 1300 1312
5261                                   JAHS-A   1983     40        1313 1320
       On the aerosol particle size distribution spectrum in Alaskan air mass systems: Arctic haze and non-haze episodes
5262                                    in the 1983      40         from ground-based nonspectral solar irradiance measurem
       Aerosol single-scattering albedoJAHS-A Arctic, determined 2724 2731
5263                                   JAHS-A   1984     41        1781 1790
       Spatial variation of stratospheric aerosol acidity and model refractive index: Implications of recent results.
5264                                   JAHS-A   1984     41        1791 1800
       Satellite and correlative measurements of the stratospheric aerosol. III: Comparison of measurements by SAM II, S
5265                                   JAHS-A   1984
       Precipitation rate and extinction in falling snow.41        1827 1835
5266                                   JAHS-A   1984     41        2250 2262
       Monte Carlo simulation of photophoresis of submicron aerosol particles.
5267                                   JAHS-A   1984     41        2347 2358
       Atmospheric radon measurements in the Arctic; fronts, seasonal observations, and transport of continental air to p
5268                                   JAHS-A   1984      of       3040 3051
       The generation, turbulent transfer and deposition 41 the sea-salt aerosol.
5269                                   BAMI-A   in the United States due to the El Chichon debris cloud.
       Variation of direct beam solar radiation 1985     66        14    19
5270                                   BAMI-A   1985     66         Midwestern air pollution.
       Historical atmospheric transmission changes and changes in 477 480
5271                                   BAMI-A
       The limits of air pollution modelling.   1985     66        1     5
5272                                   JAMO-A
       A model for Saharan dust transport.      1986     25        903 916
5273                                   JAMO-A   1986     25        1518 1531
       The impact of mesoscale convective systems on regional visibility and oxidant distributions during persistent elev
5274                                   JAMO-A   1986     25         to   1567
       kAfrican dust reacahing northwestern Europe: A case study 1543verify trajectory calculations.
5275                                   JAMO-A   1986     25        1687 1694
       Effect of the El Chichon volcanic cloud on the surface radiative regime in central Alaska.
5276                                    extinction coefficient for stratosphere aerosols.
       Wavelength dependence of aerosolJAMO-A   1986     25        1775 1779
5277                                   flux measurements 25 slowly depositing pollutants".
       Comments on "Sampling errors in JAMO-A   1986      of       1785 1787
5278                                   JAMO-A   1986     25        1807 1815
       Results from ground-based monitoring of spectral aerosol optical thickness and horizontal extinction: some specif
5279                                   JAMO-A   1987     26
       Observations of Saharan aerosols: results of ECLATS field 28      37
                                                                    experiment. Part I: optical thickness and aerosol size
5280                                     results of ECLATS field experiment. Part II: broadband radiative characteristi
       Observation of Saharan aerosols:JAMO-A   1987     26        38    51
5281                                   JAMO-A   1987      their dependence on surface wind direction.
       Volcanic effects on turbidity and irradiances and 26        255 262
5282                                   JAMO-A   1987     26        315 321
       Case study of an unusual long-range sulfur transport episode.
5283                                   the specification 26 ice nucleus concentrations.
       Importance of including time in JAMO-A   1987      of       322
5284                                   JAMO-A   1987     26        326 327
       Comments on "Importance of including time in the specification of ice nucleus concentrations".
5285                                   SCIE-A    1984    223
       Microbial transformation of sulfate in forest soils.        182 184
5286                                   SCIE-A    1984     and      494 497
       Trace elements in tree rings: evidence of recent 224 historical air pollution.
5287                                   SCIE-A    1984    224
       The great Tambora eruption in 1815 and its aftermath.       1191 1198
5288                                     in forest ecosystems: a field 52
       Mechanisms of nitrogen retentionSCIE-A    1984    225       51    experiment.
5289                                   SCIE-A
       Amazon Basin: a system in equilibrium. 1984       225       129 138
5290                                   SCIE-A    1984     of       1028 1030
       Computer simulations of the atmospheric chemistry 225 sulfate and nitrate formation.
5291                                   SCIE-A    1984     components.
       Acid precipitation: natural versus anthropogenic 225        829 831
5292                                   SCIE-A
       Acid rain's effects on people assessed. 1984      226       1408 1410
5293                                   SCIE-A
       Effects of SO2 and NOx emissions.         1985    226       1152
5294                                     of ionic correlations questioned.
       Acid rain: statistical analysisSCIE-A     1985    228       1552 1553
5295                                   SCIE-A    honey   227
       Pollution monitoring of puget sound with 1985 bees.         632 634
5296                                   SCIE-A
       Possible acid rain woes in the West.      1985    228       34    35
5297                                   SCIE-A    1985    228       275 284
       Pollution aerosol in the Northeast: Northeastern-midwestern contributions.
5298                                   SCIE-A    1985    229       263 265
       Radiative properties of the background aerosol: absorption component of extinction.
5299                                   SCIE-A    1985    229       463 465
       Aluminum Mobilization in an Acidic Headwater Stream: Temporal Variation and Mineral Dissolution Disequilibria.
5300                                   SCIE-A    1985    229       859 862
       Acid Deposition, Smelter Emissions, and the Linearity Issue in the Western zUnited States.
5301                                   SCIE-A    1985     Power Plants and Refineries.
       Rare Earths: Atmospheric Signatures for Oil-Fired 229       966 968
5302                                   SCIE-A    1985    229       971 973
       A 1500-Year Record of Tropical Precipitation in Ice Cores from the Quelccaya Ice, Cap Peru.
5303   Air Pollution and Acid Rain     SCIE-A    1985    230       617
5304                                   SCIE-A    1986     Major Ions in 145
       Atmospheric Deposition and Canopy Interactions of 231       141   a Forest
5305                                   SCIE-A    1986    231
       Identification of Hydroxymethanesulfonate in Fog Water      247 249
5306                                   SCIE-A    1986    232       54
       The Geochemical Behavior of Aluminum in Acidfied Surface Waters 56
5307                                   SCIE-A    1986    232       844   Lakes of the Precambrian Shield.
       Natural Sources of Acid Neutralizing Capacity in Low Alkalinity 847
5308                                   SCIE-A    1986    232       975 977
       Sulfate and Nitrate Concentrations from a South Greenland Ice Core.
5309                                   SCIE-A    1986     After Forest Clear-Cutting.
       Transport and Loss of Nitrous Oxide in Soil Water 233       867 869
5310                                   Volcano, 1986
       Eruption of the Nevado del Ruiz SCIE-A            233       964 967
                                                 Colombia, on 13 November 1985: Gas Flux and Fluid Geochemistry.
5311                                   SCIE-A    1986     in       992 997
       Distribution of Airborne Radon-222 Concentrations 234 U.S. Homes.
5312                                   Acid Pollution, But Vulnerable
       EPA Finds Western Lakes Free of SCIE-A    1987    235       423
5313                                   SCIE-A    the     235       460 465
       Thunderstorms: An Important Mechanism in 1987 Transport of Air Pollutants.
5314                                   SCIE-A    1987
       Water-Quality Trends in the Nation's Rivers.      235       1607 1615
5315                                   SCIE-A    1987    236
       Acid Rain Rain: China, United States, and a Remoter Area 1559 1562
5316                                   Northern 1987
       Precipitation Fluctuations over SCIE-A            237       171 175
                                                 Hemispher Land Areas Since the Mid-19th Century
5317                                   of Rainfall in Remote Areas of Canada
       Biogenic Sulfur and the Acidity SCIE-A    1987    237       1189 1192
5318   Ozone and Acid Rain             SCIE-A    1987    238       141
5319                                   JAHS-A    1985     with the 1536 1551
       Variation in the Stratospheric Aerosol Associated 42         North Cyclonic Polar Vortex as Measured by the SAM II S
5320                                   JAHS-A    1985    42        1677 1692
       Response of the NCAR Community Climate Model to the Radiative Forcing by the Naturally Occurring Tropospheric Aero
5321                                   JAHS-A    1987    44        562
       Volatility of Aerosols in the Arid Southwestern United States. 576
5322                                   JAHS-A    1987    44        2912 2923
       A Theoretical Study of the Wet Removal of Atmospheric Pollutants. Part II: The Uptake and Redistribution of (NH4)2
5323                                   JAHS-A    1985     supersaturation spectrum, size spectrum and solubility of CCN ob
       An attempt to characterize a relationship between 42        472 477
5324                                   JAHS-A    1985    42        583 606
       A theoretical study of the wet removal of atmospheric pollutants. Part I : The redistribution of Aerosol particles
5325                                    Fluctuations in the Atmosphere 2318
       The Effect of Vertical TurbulentJAHS-A    1985    42        2305 on the Collection of Aerosol Particles by Cloud D
5326                                   JAHS-A    1986    43        339 355
       A theoretical method for computing vertical distributions of acidity and sulfate production within cumulus clouds.
5327                                   JAHS-A    1986    43        468 475
       Applicability of effective-medium theories to problems of scattering and absorption by nonhomogeneous atmospheric
5328                                    of the 1986
       Field experiment for measurementJAHS-A radiative 43         1135 1151
                                                          characteristics of a hazy atmosphere.
5329                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        33    38
       Trace Constituents in cloud water, rainwater and aerosol samples collected near the west coast of India during the
5330                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        39    53
       Trace element concentrations over midlake Michigan as a function of meteorology and source region.
5331                                   ATEN-B    of biogenic sources to 81
       An estimate of the possible contribution 1980     14        79    airborne hydrocarbon concentrations.
5332                                    airborne particulate matter.
       Mutagenicity and pah-analysis ofATEN-B    1980    14        83    88
5333                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        117 119
       Losses of benzo(A)pyrene under the conditions of high-volume sampling.
5334                                    sulfur 1980      14         flame photometric detection system. I. Sampling system
       Determination of ambient aerosolATEN-B using a continuous 121 127
5335                                   ATEN-B    1980     study of 129 135
       Electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis(ESCA) 14         aluminum-containing atmospheric particles
5336                                    nitrate 1980
       Determination of total inorganicATEN-B            14        137 144
                                                 utilizing collection of nitric acid on NaCl-Impregnated filters.
5337                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        145 147
       Calibration of a diffusion sampler used for the measurement of unattached radon daughter products.
5338                                   ATEN-B
       Alkyl sulfonic acids in the atmosphere    1980    14        149 151
5339                                   ATEN-B    suspended particles of 155 Caracas air
       Incidence of secondary components in the 1980     14        154   the
5340                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        195 199
       Impaction surface coatings intercomparison and measurements with cascade impactors.
5341                                    quantitative analysis
       "Standardless" X-Ray diffractionATEN-B    1980    14        217 220
5342                                    site     rural   14        233 244
       Ambient air quality at a coastalATEN-B in 1980 north-west England.
5343                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        255   Lognormal model.
       Prediction of air pollution frequency distribution- Part I. The 258
5344                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        259 265
       Prediction of air pollution frequency distribution - Part II. The Gaussian Plume Model.
5345                                   ATEN-B
       Vapor pressure of Ammonium sulfates.      1980    14        267
5346                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        267 270
       A numerical study of the vertical dispersion of passive contaminants from a continuous source in the atmospheric s
5347                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        270 271
       Multivariable analysis of particulate variables by principal components. Part I.
5348                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        271
       The Effect of Nitrogen Dioxide and of some transition metals on the oxidation of dilute bisulfite solutions.
5349                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        272 275
       The importance of atmospheric ozone and hydrogen peroxide in oxidizing sulphur dioxide in cloud and rainwater.
5350                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        278 279
       Deposition velocity of phosphorus-containing particles over southern Lake Huron, April-October, 1975.
5351                                   ATEN-B    to size-fractioned coal fly ash.
       Application of surface-deposition models 1980     14        289 295
5352                                   ATEN-B    1980    14        1371 1380
       Smoke and sulphur dioxide in a rural area of Central Southern England.
5353                                   JGRE-A    1985    90        5597 smoke and dust Aerosols.
       Sensitivities of the radiative forcing due to large loadings of 5613
5354                                   JGRE-A    1985    90         An   5799
       Scavenging ratios, wet deposition, and in-cloud oxidation: 5789application to the oxides of Sulphur and Nitrogen.
5355                                   JGRE-A    1985    90        5901 5908
       Atmospheric-Electrical implications of 222Rn daughter deposition on vegetated ground.
5356                                   JGRE-A    depletion, and the charge distribution on Aerosols.
       Ion-Aerosol attachment coefficients, Ion 1985     90        5917 5923
5357                                   JGRE-A    1985    90        5925 by electrical conductivity of ocean air.
       Tropospheric Aerosol perturbations due to volcanism as measured 5932
5358                                   JGRE-A    1985    90        5933 5935
       Characteristics of atmospheric Ions in contrasting environments.
5359                                   JGRE-A    Aerosols 90
       Particle size distribution of Lipids in 1985                7889 of Peru.
                                                           off the coast 7898
5360                                   JGRE-A   1985      90       8149 8154
       Chloride and Sodium content in Northeastern United States Precipitation.
5361                                   in the   1985      90        the ####
       Particulate Sulfate and Nitrate JGRE-A boundary layer over #### North Pacific Ocean.
5362                                   JGRE-A   1985      90        #### size
       Latitudinal variation of spectral optical thickness and columnar#### distribution of the El Chichon Stratospheric
5363                                   JGRE-A   1985      90        #### Ashfall.
       A volcanic ash transport model and analysis of Mount St. Helens ####
5364                                   JGRE-A    the      90        #### ####
       Sources of atmospheric trace metals over 1985 Subtropical North Atlantic.
5365                                   JGRE-A   1985
       Volcanic deposits in Antarctic Snow and Ice.       90        #### ####
5366                                   JGRE-A   1986      91       1039 1053
       Nuclear Winter: Three-dimensional simulations including interactive transport, scavenging, and solar heating of s
5367                                   JGRE-A   1986      91       1055 1066
       Dynamics and Composition of particles from an aeolian input event to the Sargasso Sea.
5368                                   JGRE-A    sea-salt 91
       Seasonal estimates of global atmospheric 1986               1067 1072
                                                           distributions.
5369                                   JGRE-A   1986      91       1073 1088
       The H2SO4-HNO3-NH3 system at high humidities and in fogs 1. Spatial and temporal patterns in the San Joaquin Vall
5370                                   JGRE-A   1986      91       1089 1096
       The H2SO4-HNO3-NH3 system at high humidities and in fogs 2. Comparison of field data with thermodynamic calculati
5371                                   JGRE-A   1986
       Dry deposition models and the air/sea exchange of 91        2787 2792
                                                           trace elements.
5372                                   aerosol 1986
       The relationship between marine JGRE-A particles 91         4063 4072
                                                           and satellite-detected radiance.
5373   On the acidity of dew.          JGRE-A   1986      91       4083 4096
5374                                    aerosols in the tropical North 5182
       Distribution and Geochemistry ofJGRE-A   1986      91       5173 Atlantic troposphere: relationship to Saharan Dus
5375                                   JGRE-A   1986      91       6647 6658
       Sea-salt corrections and interpretation of constituent ratios in marine precipitation.
5376                                   JGRE-A   1986      91
       Elevated Atmospheric Sulfur Levels off the Peruvian Coast 7913 7918
5377                                   Forest   1986
       Air Chemistry over the Tropical JGRE-A of Guyana 91         8603 8612
5378                                    the Tropical and 91
       Chemistry of Marine Aerosol OverJGRE-A   1986               8623 8636
                                                           Equatrial Pacific
5379                                   JGRE-A   1986
       A Particle Dry-Deposition Parameterization Scheme 91        9794 9806
                                                           for Use in Tracer Transport Models
5380                                   JGRE-A   1986      91
       Changes in Precipitation Chemistry at Dye 3, Greenland      9849 9855
5381                                    of Nitrates on Central Long Island
       Rate of Precipitation ScavengingJGRE-A   1986      91        #### ####
5382                                   JGRE-A    reaction 91 rainwater collected at a northeastern U.S. site
       Kinetics of hydrogen peroxide-sulfur(IV) 1986       in       #### ####
5383                                   JGRE-A   1986      91        #### profile of aerosol scavenging
       210Pb and 137 Cs in air and soils measure the rate and vertical ####
5384                                   JGRE-A   1986      91        #### ####
       Rainout lifetimes of highly soluble aerosols and gases as inferred from simulations with a genersl circulation mod
5385                                    ntrogen 1986
       A numerical model for sulfur andJGRE-A             91        #### ####
                                                 scavengig in narrow cold-frontal rainbands; 1. Model description and disc
5386                                    ntrogen 1986
       A numerical model for sulfur andJGRE-A             91        #### ####
                                                 scavengig in narrow cold-frontal rainbands; 2. Discussion of chemical fie
5387                                   JGRE-A    aerosols:an illustration of climate feedback mechanisms with one- and two
       Climatic effects of anthropogenic arctic 1986      91        #### ####
5388                                   JGRE-A   1986
       Stratospheric Aerosols and the Indian Monsoon      91        #### ####
5389                                    atmosphere aerosol models #### a####
       Evaluation of standard radiationJGRE-A   1986      91        for    coastal environment
5390                                   JGRE-A   1987      92       933 942
       Nitrate, non-sea salt sulfate, and mineral aerosol over the northwestern indian ocean
5391                                   JGRE-A
       The sulfur cycle in the marine atmosphere1987      92       943 963
5392                                   JGRE-A   1987      92       3017 3026
       On the variablity of desert aerosol radiative characteristics
5393                                   JGRE-A    aerosols 92
       Modeling of the stratospheric background 1987               3051 3060
                                                           from zonally averaged SAGE profiles
5394                                    of nitric acid vapor and ionic 3113
       Seasonal and diurnal variabilityJGRE-A   1987      92       3105 aerosol species in the remote free troposphere at
5395                                   JGRE-A    lower    92
       Electrical potential measurements in the 1987 atmosphere 3127 3134
5396                                   JGRE-A   1987     92       5621 5626
       Chemistry of mesospheric potassium and its different seasonal behaivor as compared to sodium
5397                                   JGRE-A   1987      aqueous particles
       Mass accomadation coefficient for HO2 radicals on 92       4163 4170
5398                                   JGRE-A   hydrogen 92
       Aqueous phase oxidation of sulfur(IV) by 1987              4171 4177
                                                          peroxide, methylhydroperoxide, and peroxyacetic acid
5399                                   JGRE-A   natural sulfates 4179 4190
       The Pacific marine aerosol: evidence for 1987     92
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