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Sources and Atmospheric Formation
of Organic Particulate Matter Progress Review

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Research Triangle Park Campus, Building C, Auditorium

Prakash Bhave Modeling Organic Aerosols in CMAQ
Rich Damberg and Venkatesh Rao
Office of Air and Radiation, OAQPS
Organic PM Research and Related PM2.5 Policy Considerations (PDF) (5 pp, 365 K)
Neil Donahue
Carnegie Mellon University
SOA Volatility Evaluation: Formation and Oxidation over the Lifecycle of PM2.5 (PDF) (30 pp, 3.72 MB)
Sonia Kreidenweis
Colorado State University
Improved Treatment of Atmospheric Organic Particulate Matter Concentrations from Biomass Combustion Emissions (PDF) (35 pp, 8.30 MB)
Allen Robinson
Carnegie Mellon University
Sources of Organic Aerosol: Semivolatile Emissions and Photochemical Aging (PDF) (34 pp, 3.29 MB)
John Seinfeld
California Institute of Technology
Formation of Secondary Organic Aerosol (PDF) (31 pp, 1.5 MB)
Paul Shepson
Purdue University
Production of Secondary Organic Aerosol From Multiphase Terpene Photooxidation (PDF) (44 pp, 4.36 MB)
Barbara Turpin
Rutgers University
Improved Prediction of In-Cloud Biogenic SOA: Experiments and CMAQ Model Refinements (PDF) (28 pp, 1.19 MB)
Paul Ziemann
University of California - Riverside
Chemistry of Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation From the Oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PDF) (31 pp, 1.26 MB)

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