1-km downscaled air pollutants over South Korea, May 2021

New paper accepted at Atmospheric Environment

Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Ozone, nitrogen dioxide, and PM2.5 estimation from observation-model machine learning fusion over S. Korea: Influence of observation density, chemical transport model resolution, and geostationary remotely sensed AOD
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New paper accepted at ES&T

Wednesday, May 8, 2024
Led by Chris Brunet of Heri Hornbuckle's research group, this paper summarizes the VMS measurements from the rooftop field campaign in summer 2022 at CUNY in Manhattan, specifically in Harlem. The title is "Concentrations of Volatile Methyl Siloxanes in New York City Reflect Emissions from Personal Care and Industrial Use"
Graphical abstract to Meepage et al. ES&T Air

Meepage et al. (2024) siloxane secondary aerosol chemistry at ES&T

Thursday, March 14, 2024
This paper, led by Jeewani Meepage in Betsy Stone's group, looks at the series of siloxanol aerosols formed from oxidation of decamethylpentasiloxane (D5), a common ingredient in personal care products. Samples from New York City ambient air are compared to laboratory oxidation products.
Rainbow at the LMOS 2017 Zion Site

New paper accepted at PLOS ONE - Lead author Megan Christiansen

Thursday, March 14, 2024
We pull together all of the aerosol observations from the Zion site of the Lake Michigan Ozone Study 2017, and comment on the absence of a detectable ultrafine mode in lake spray aerosol.

Marisol Contreras's paper published in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

Monday, September 18, 2023
Marisol Contreras's paper, "Technoeconomic Analysis of Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production from Desalination Waste Brine using Concentrated Solar Flux," has been published in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy.