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ARCHIVED - CEPA Annual Report for Period April 2005 to March 2006

Appendix B: Selected Atmospheric Science Publications, 2005-06

Please note this is not a comprehensive list.

2005 Publications

  1. Aklilu, Y., M. Mozurkewicha, A.J. Prennib, S.M. Kreidenweisb, M.R. Alfarrac, J.D. Alland, K. Anlaufe, J. Brooke, W.R. Leaitch, S. Sharma, H. Boudries, D.R. Worsnop. 2005. Hygroscopicity of particles at two rural, urban influenced sites during Pacific 2001: Comparison with estimates of water uptake from particle composition. Atmospheric Environment, doi: 10.1016.
  2. Alegria, H., F. Wong, T.F. Bidleman, M. Salvador Figueroa, G. Gold Bouchot, S. Waliszewski, V. Ceja Moreno and R. Infanzon. 2005. Ambient Levels of Organochlorine Psticides in Ar in Southern Mexico. In Golfo de Mexico Contaminacion e Impacto Ambiental: Diagnositico y Tendencias, 2da Ed., by V. Botello et al., Univ. Auton. de Campeche, Univ. Nacional. Auton. de Mexico, Instituto Nacional de Ecologia, 225-235.
  3. Bailey, P., D. Waite, L. Quinnett-Abbott and B. Ripley. 2005. Analysis of DDT and Other Selected Organochlorine Pesticide Residues in Soils from Saskatchewan, Canada. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 85: 265-271.
  4. Banic, C., P. Blanchard, A. Dastoor, H. Hung, A. Steffen, R. Tordon, L. Poissant and B. Wiens. 2005. Chapter 9: Atmospheric Distribution and Long-Range Transport of Hg. In Mercury: Sources, Measurements, Cycles, and Effects, edited by M. B. Parsons and J. B. Percival. Mineralogical Association of Canada, Short Course Series Volume 34, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2005 Series Editor: R. Raeside.
  5. Bassford, M.R., K. Strong, C.A. McLinden and C.T. McElroy. 2005. Ground-Based Measurements of Ozone and NO2 During MANTRA 1998 Using a Zenith Sky Spectrometer. Atmosphere Ocean 43: 355-338.
  6. Bernath, P.F., C.T. McElroy, M.C. Abrams, C.D. Boone, M. Butler, C. Camy-Peyret, M. Carleer, C. Clerbaux, P-F. Coheur, R. Colin, P. DeCola, M. De Mazière, J.R. Drummond, D. Dufour, W.F.J. Evans, H. Fast, D. Fussen, K. Gilbert, D.E. Jennings, E.J. Llewellyn, R.P.Lowe, E. Mahieu, J.C. McConnell, I.C. McDade, M. McHugh, S.D. McLeod, D.Michelangeli, C. Midwinter, Nassar, F. Nichitiu, C. Nowlan, C.P. Rinsland, Y.J. Rochon, P. Simon, R. Skelton, J.J. Sloan, M-A. Soucy, K. Strong, P. Tremblay, D. Turnbull, K.A. Walker, I. Walkty,D.I. Wardle, V. Wehrle, R. Zander and J. Zou. 2005. Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE): Mission Overview. Geophysical Resource Letters, 32: L15S01, doi:10.1029/2005GL022386.
  7. Bidleman, T.F. 2005. Toxaphene and chlordane: A 30-year quest to understand chemistry, sources, transport and fate. In: Alaee, M., Reiner, E., Clement, R. (eds.), Commemorating 25 Years of Dioxin Symposia, edited by Alaee, M., Reiner, E. and Clement, R. ISBN 0-9738972-1-X, 25th Dioxin Committee, Toronto, Ontario, 27-31.
  8. Bidleman, T.F., R.W. Macdonald and J. Stow (guest editors). 2005. Sources, Occurrence, Trends and Pathways of Contaminants in the Arctic. Physical Environment: Introduction to the Special Issue. Science of The Total Environment -- Special Issue 342: 1-4.
  9. Boone, C.D., R. Nassar, K.A. Walker, Y. Rochon, S.D. McLeod, C.P. RInsland and P.F. Bernath. 2005. Retrievals for the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment Fourier-Transform Spectrometer.Applied Optics 44: 7218-7231.
  10. Borgå, K. and T.F. Bidleman. 2005. Enantiomer Fractions of Organic Chlorinated Pesticides in Arctic Marine Ice Fauna, Zooplankton and Benthos. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 3464-3473.
  11. Broekhuizen, K., R. Change, W.R. Leaitch, Li, S-M. and J.P.D. Abbatt. 2005. Closure Between Measured and Modeled Cloud Condensation Nuclei (CCN) Using Size-Resolved Aerosol Compositions in Downtown Toronto. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussion 5: 6263-6293.
  12. Burnett R.T., S. Bartlett, B. Jessiman, P. Blagden, P.R. Samson, S. Cakmak, D. Stieb, M. Raizenne, J.R. Brook and T. Dann. 2005. Measuring Progress in the Management of Ambient Air Quality: The Case for Population Health. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, 68: 1289-1300.
  13. Cao, Z. and J. Ma. 2005. An Application of the Variational Method to Computation of Sensible Heat Flux Over a Deciduous Forest. Journal of Applied Meteorology 44: 144-152.
  14. Chen, B., G.H. Huang and Y.F. Li. 2005. Pesticide-Loss Simulation and Risk Assessment During Flooding Season -- A Study in the Auglaize-Blanchard Watershed. Water International 30: 1-17.
  15. Chen, B., J.M. Chen and D.E.J Worthy. 2005. Interannual Variability in the Atmospheric CO2 Rectification Over a Boreal Forest Region. Journal of Geophysical Resources110: D16301.doi.1029/2004JD005546.
  16. Cheng, Y. and S-M. Li. 2005. A Non-Derivatization Analysis Method of Fatty Acids and Cis-Pinonic Acid and its Application in Ambient PM2.5 Aerosols in the Greater Vancouver Area in Canada. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 2239-2246.
  17. Dils, B., M. De Mazière, T. Blumenstock, M. Buchwitz, R. de Beek, P. Demoulin, P. Duchatelet, H. Fast, C. Frankenberg, A. Gloudemans, D. Griffith, N. Jones, T. Kerzenmacher, I. Kramer, E. Mahieu, J. Mellqvist, R.L. Mittermeier, J. Notholt, C.P. Rinsland, H. Schrijver, D. Smale, A. Strandberg, A.G. Straume, W. Stremme, K. Strong, R. Sussmann, J. Taylor, M. van den Broek, Wagner, T. Warneke, A. Wiacek and S. Wood. 2005. Comparisons Between SCIAMACHY and Ground-Based FTIR Data for Total Columns of CO, CH4, CO2 and N2O. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussion 5: 2677-2717, SRef-ID: 1680-7375/acpd/2005 5 2677.
  18. Dufour, D.G., J.R. Drummond, C.T. McElroy, C. Midwinter, P.F. Bernath, K.A. Walker, W.F.J. Evans and C. Nowlan. 2005. Intercomparison of Simultaneously Obtained Infrared (4.8 micron) and Visible (515-715 nm) Ozone Spectra Using ACE-FTS and MAESTRO.Journal of Physical Chemistry A 109 (39): 8760-8764.
  19. Farrar, N.J., T. Harner, A.J. Sweetman and K.C. Jones. 2005. Field calibration of rapidly equilibrating thin-film passive air samplers and their potential application for low volume air sampling studies. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 261-267.
  20. Farrar, N.J., T. Harner, M. Shoeib, A.J. Sweetman and K.C. Jones. 2005. Field Deployment of Thin Film Passive Air Samplers for Persistent Organic Pollutants: A Study in the Urban Atmospheric Boundary Layer. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 42-48.
  21. Fioletov, V.E., M.G. Kimlin, N. Krotkov, L.J.B. McArthur, J.B. Kerr, D.I. Wardle, J.R. Herman, R. Meltzer, T.W. Mathews and J. Kaurola. 2005. UV Index Climatology Over the US and Canada From Ground-Based and Satellite Estimates. Journal of Geophysical Resources 109: D22308, doi:10.1029/2004JD004820.
  22. Fioletov, V.E., J.B. Kerr, C.T. McElroy, D.I. Wardle, V. Savastiouk and T.S. Grajnar. 2005. The Brewer Reference Triad.Geophysical Resource Letters 32: L20805, doi:10.1029/2005GL024244.
  23. Fioletov, V.E. and T.G. Shepherd. 2005. Summertime Total Ozone Variations Over Middle and Polar Latitudes. Geophysical Resource Letters 32: L04807, doi:10.1029/2004GL022080.
  24. Gilbert, N., M.S. Goldberg, B. Beckerman, J.R. Brook and M. Jerrett. 2005. Assessing spatial variability of ambient nitrogen dioxide in Montreal, Canada, with a land-use regression model.Journal of Air & Waste Management Association 55: 1059-1063.
  25. Gong, S.L. and L.A. Barrie. 2005. Trends of Heavy Metal Components in the Arctic Aerosols and their Relationship to the Emissions in the Northern Hemisphere. Science of the Total Environment 342: 175-183.
  26. Gouin, T., T. Harner, G. Daly, F. Wania, D. Mackay and K.C. Jones. 2005. Variability of Concentrations of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers and Polychlorinated Biphenyls in air: Implications for Monitoring and Control. Atmospheric Environment 39: 151-166.
  27. Gouin, T., T. Harner, P. Blanchard and D. Mackay. 2005. Passive and Active Air Samplers as Complementary Methods for Investigating Persistent Organic Pollutants in the Great Lakes Basin.Environmental Science and Technology 39: 9115-9122.
  28. Gundel, L.A., Douglas A. Lane and J. Volckens. 2005. "Sampling Issues Related to Organic Speciation of PM and SVOC" InReference of Findings and Recommendations Presented by Speakers and Participants of the International Workshop on Organic Speciation in Atmospheric Aerosol Research. April 5-7, Las Vegas, NV, 7-21.
  29. Harner, T., M. Shoeib, M. Kozma, F.A.P.C. Gobas and S-M. Li. 2005. Hexachlorocyclohexanes and endosulfans in urban, rural and high altitude air samples in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia: evidence for trans-Pacific transport. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 724-731.
  30. Helm, P.A., K. Kannan and T.F. Bidleman. 2005. Polychlorinated Naphthalenes in the Great Lakes Region. Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, Vol. 5N, Persistent Organic Pollutants in the Great Lakes, by R. A. Hites, Springer-Verlag, 265-306.
  31. Helm, P.A. and T.F. Bidleman. 2005. Particle-Gas Partitioning of Polychlorinated Naphthalenes and Mono-and Non-Ortho Substituted Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Arctic Air. Science of the Total Environment 342: 161-173.
  32. Hermanson, M.H., E.H. Isaksson, C. Teixeira, D.C.G. Muir, K.M. Compher, Y.F. Li, I. Igarashi and K. Kamiyama. 2005. Current-Use and Legacy Pesticide History in the Austfonna Ice Cap, Svalbard, Norway. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 8163-8169.
  33. Higuchi K., A. Shashkov, D. Chan, N. Saigusa, S. Murayama, S. Yamamoto, H. Kondo, J. Chen, J. Liu, and B. Chen. 2005. Simulations of seasonal and inter-annual variability of gross primary productivity at Takayama with BEPS ecosystem model.Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 134: 143-150.
  34. Higuchi, K., A. Shashkov, D. Chan, N. Saigusa, S. Murayama, S. Yamamoto, H. Kondo, J.M. Chen, J. Liu and B. Chen. 2005. Simulations of Seasonal and Inter-annual Variability of Net CO2 Flux at Takayama with BEPS Ecosystem Model.Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 134: 143-150.
  35. Hung, H., P. Blanchard, C.J. Halsall, T.F. Bidleman, G.A. Stern, P. Fellin, D.C.G. Muir, L.A. Barrie, L.M. Jantunen, P.A. Helm, J. Ma and A. Konoplev. 2005. Temporal and Spatial Variabilities of Atmospheric Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), Organochlorine (OC) Pesticides and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the Canadian Arctic: Results from a Decade of Monitoring.Science of the Total Environment 342: 119-144.
  36. Hung, H., P. Blanchard, H. Li, P. Fellin, B. Rosenberg, G. Stern and L.A. Barrie. 2005. Temporal Trends of Organochlorine Pesticides (OCs) in Canadian Arctic Air: Results from 3 Stations under the Northern Contaminants Program (NCP). Organohalogen Compounds 67: 944-945.
  37. Hung, H., S.C. Lee, F. Wania, P. Blanchard and K. Brice. 2005. Measuring and Simulating Atmospheric Concentration Trends of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in the Northern Hemisphere.Atmospheric Environment 39 (35): 6502-6512.
  38. Jones-Otazo, H.A., J.P. Clarke, M.L. Diamond, J.A. Archbold, G. Ferguson, T. Harner, M.A. Richardson, J.J. Ryan and B. Wilford. 2005. Is house Dust the Missing Exposure Pathway for PBDEs? An Analysis of the Urban Fate and Human Exposure to PBDEs.Environmental Science and Technology 39: 5121-5130.
  39. Kanaroglou, P., M. Jerrett, J. Morrison, B. Beckerman, A. Arain, N. Gilbert and J.R. Brook. 2005. Establishing an air pollution monitoring network for intra-urban population exposure assessment: a location-allocation approach. Atmospheric Environment 39: 2399-2409.
  40. Kerzenmacher, T.E., K.A. Walker, K. Strong, R. Berman, P.F. Bernath, C.D. Boone, J.R. Drummond, H. Fast, A. Fraser, K. MacQuarrie, C. Midwinter, K. Sung, C.T. McElroy, R.L. Mittermeier, J. Walker and H. Wu. 2005. Measurements of O3, NO2 and Temperature During the 2004 Canadian Arctic ACE Validation Campaign. Geophysical Resource Letters 32: L16S07, doi:10.1029/2005GL022396.
  41. Ki-Hyun, K., R. Ebinghaus, W.H. Schroeder, P. Blanchard, H.H. Kock, A. Steffen, F.A. Froude, M-Y. Kim, S. Hong and J-H. Kim. 2005. Atmospheric Mercury Concentrations from Several Observatory Sites in the Northern Hemisphere. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry 50:1-24.
  42. Kim, D., A. Sass-Kortsak, J.T. Purdham, R.E. Dales and J.R. Brook. 2005. Associations Between Personal Exposures and Fixed-Site Ambient Measurements of Fine Particulate Matter, Nitrogen Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide in Toronto, Canada. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 16: 172-183.
  43. Kim, D., A. Sass-Kortsak, J.T. Purdham, R.E. Dales and J.R. Brook. 2005. Sources of Personal Exposure to Fine Particles in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Journal of Air Waste Management Association 55: 1134-1146.
  44. Kurt-Karakus, P., T.F. Bidleman and K.C. Jones. 2005. Chiral Organochlorine Pesticide Signatures in Global Background Soils.Environmental Science and Technology, 39: 8671-8677.
  45. Lam, B., M.L. Diamond, A.J. Simpson, P.A. Makar, J. Truong and N.A. Hernandez-Martinez. 2005. Chemical Composition of Surface Films and Implications for Atmospheric Chemistry. Atmospheric Environment 39: 6578-6586.
  46. Li, Y.F. and R.W. Macdonald. 2005. Sources and Pathways of Selected Organochlorine Pesticides to the Arctic and their Impacts to the Existence of these Pesticides in the Arctic Environment: A Review. Science of the Total Environment 342: 87-106.
  47. Li, Y.F., S. Venkatesh and D.C. Li. 2005. Modeling Global Emissions and Residues of Pesticides. Environmental Modeling & Assessment 9 (4): 237-243.
  48. Liggio J., S-M. Li and R. McLaren. 2005. Heterogeneous Reactions of Glyoxal on Particulate Matter: Identification of Acetals and Sulfate Esters. Environmental Science and Technology 39 (6): 1532-1541.
  49. Liggio J., S-M. Li and R. McLaren. 2005. Reactive uptake of glyoxal by particulate matter. Journal of Geophysical Resources 110: D10304, doi:10.1029/2004JD005113.
  50. Ma, J., S. Venkatesh, Y.F. Li and S. Daggupaty. 2005. Tracking Toxaphene in the North American Great Lakes Basin -- 1. Impact of Toxaphene Residues in the U.S. Soils. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 8123-8131.
  51. Ma, J., S. Venkatesh, Y.F. Li, Z. Cao and S. Daggupaty. 2005. Tracking Toxaphene in the North American Great Lakes Basin -- 2. A Strong Episodic Long-range Transport Event. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 8132-8141.
  52. Macdonald, R.W., T. Harner and J. Fyfe. 2005. Recent Climate Change in the Arctic and its Impact on Contaminant Pathways and Interpretation of Temporal Trend Data. Science of the Total Environment 342: 5-86.
  53. Mahieu, E., R. Zander, P. Duchatelet, J.W. Hannigan, M.T. Coffey, S. Mikuteit, F. Hase, T. Blumenstock, A. Wiacek, K. Strong, J.R. Taylor, R.L. Mittermeier, Fast, C.D. Boone, S.D. McLeod, K.A. Walker, P.F. Bernath and C.P. Rinsland. 2005. Comparisons Between ACE-FTS and Ground-Based Measurements of Stratospheric HCl and ClONO2 Loadings at Northern Latitudes. Geophysical Resource Letters 32: L15S08, doi:10.1029/2005GL022396.
  54. Makar, P.A., S. Gravel, V. Chirkov, K.B. Strawbridge, F. Froude, J. Arnold and J. Brook. 2005. Anthropogenic Heat Flux, Urban Properties, and Regional Weather. Atmospheric Environment 40: 2750-2766.
  55. Marshall, J., U. Lohmann, W.R. Leaitch, N. Shantz, L. Phinney, D. Toom-Sauntry and S. Sharma. 2005. Optical properties of aerosol particles over the northeast Pacific. Journal of Applied Meteorology Vol. 44, No. 8: 1206-1220.
  56. McElroy, C.T. 2005. The Canadian Ozone Story. Physics in Canada 61, Sept./Oct.
  57. McKeen, S., J. Wilczak, G. Grell, I. Djalalova, S. Peckham, E-Y. Hsie, W. Gong, V. Bouchet, S. Menard, R. Moffet, J. McHenry, J. McQueen, Y. Tang, G.R. Carmichael, M, Pagowski, A. Chan, T. Dye, G. Frost, P. Lee and R. Mathur. 2005. Assessment of an Ensemble of Seven Real-Time Ozone Forecasts Over Eastern North America During the Summer of 2004. Journal of Geophysical Resources 110: D21307, doi: 10.1029/2005JD005858.
  58. Melo, S.M.L., K. Strong, M.R. Bassford, K.E. Preston, C.T. McElroy, E.V. Rozanov and T. Egorova. 2005. Retrieval of Stratospheric NO2 Vertical Profiles from Ground-Based Zenith Sky DOAS Measurements: Results for the MANTRA 1998 Field Campaign. Atmosphere Ocean 43: 339-350.
  59. Morin, S., G. Hönninger, R.M. Staebler and J.W. Bottenheim. 2005. A High Time Resolution Study of Boundary Layer Ozone Chemistry and Dynamics over the Arctic Ocean Near Alert, Nunavut.Geophysical Research Letters 32: L08809, doi:10.1029/2004GL022U98.
  60. Motelay-Massei, A., T. Harner, M. Shoeib, M. Diamond, G. Stern and B. Rosenberg. 2005. Using Passive Air Samplers to Assess Urban-Rural Trends for Persistent Organic Pollutants and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons. 2. Seasonal trends for PAHs, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and organochlorine pesticides. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 5763-5773.
  61. Muir, D.C.G., D.L. Swackhamer, T.F. Bidleman and L.M. Jantunen, L.M. 2005. Toxaphene in the Great Lakes. In Environmental Chemistry of the Great Lakes in Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, Vol. 5, edited by R.A. Hites, Water Pollution 5 N, 201-265.
  62. O'Neill, N.T., A. Smirnov, T.F. Eck, C.T. McElroy, L.J.B. McArthur and B.N. Holben. 2005. Comment on the paper "Determination of NO2 Column Amounts from AERONET Data" by A.N. Rublevet al... Izvestiya. Atmospheric and Ocean Physics41 (1): 117-119.
  63. Pagowski, M., G.A. Grell, S.A. McKeen, D. Dévényi, J.M. Wilczak, V. Bouchet, W. Gong, J. McHenry, S. Peckham, J. McQueen, R. Moffet and Y. Tang. 2005. A Simple Method to Improve Ensemble-Based Ozone Forecasts. Geophysical Resource Letters 32: L07814, doi:10.1029/2004GL022305.
  64. Peng, Y., U. Lohmann, and W.R. Leaitch. 2005. Importance of vertical velocity variations in the cloud droplet nucleation process of marine stratus clouds. Journal of Geophysical Research 110, D21213, doi. 1029/2004JD004922.
  65. Polavarapu, S., S. Ren, Y. Rochon, D. Sankey, N. Ek, J. Koshyk and D. Tarasick. 2005. Data assimilation with the Canadian Middle Atmosphere Model. Atmosphere Ocean 43 (1): 77-100.
  66. Polavarapu, S., T. Shepherd, S. Ren and Y. Rochon. 2005. Some Challenges of Middle Atmosphere Data Assimilation. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 131: 3513-3527.
  67. Quine, B.M., M. Toohey, J.R. Drummond, K. Strong, D. Wunch, C. Midwinter and C.T. McElroy. 2005. The Concentration Profile of Nitric Acid and Other Species over Saskatchewan in August 1998: Retrieval from Data Recorded by Thermal Emission Radiometry.Atmosphere Ocean 43: 361-376.
  68. Reuten, C., D.G. Steyn, K.B. Strawbridge and P. Bovis. 2005. Observations of the Relation between Upslope Flows and the Convective Boundary Layer in Steep Terrain. Bound Layer Meteorology 116: 37-61.
  69. Rong, X., D.T. Waite and G.H. Huang. 2005. An adsorption-Separation Process for Collecting and Analysing Atmospheric Mercury Deposits -- Development of a Chelex 100 Resin Column System. Energy Sources 27: 139-150.
  70. Rublev, A.N., N.T. O'Neill, A. Smirnov, T.F. Eck, C.T. McElroy, L.J.B McArthur and B.N. Holben. 2005. Determination of NO2 Column Amounts from AERONET Data Izvestiya.Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics/Izvestiya 41.
  71. Rupakheti, M., W.R. Leaitch, U. Lohmann, K. Hayden, P. Brickell, G. Lu, S-M. Li, D. Toom-Sauntry, J.W. Bottenheim, J.R. Brook, R. Vet, J.T. Jayne and D.R. Worsnop. 2005. An Intensive Study of the Size and Composition of Submicron Atmospheric Aerosols at a Rural Site in Ontario, Canada. Aerosol Science and Technology 39 (8): 722-736.
  72. Salawitch, R.J., C.E. Sioris, D.K. Weisenstein, P.O. Wennberg, L.J. Kovalenko, K. Chance, M.K.W. Ko and C.A. McLinden. 2005. Sensitivity of Ozone to Bromine in the Lower Stratosphere.Geophysical Resource Letters 32: L05811, doi:10.1029/2004GL021504.
  73. Savastiouk, V. and C.T. McElroy. 2005. Brewer spectrophotometer total ozone measurements made during the 1998 Middle Atmosphere Nitrogen Trend Assessment (MANTRA) campaign. Atmosphere Ocean 43: 315-324.
  74. Shen, L., F. Wania, Y.D. Lei, C. Teixeira, D.C.G. Muir and T.F. Bidleman. 2005. Atmospheric Distribution and Long-Range Transport Behavior of Organochlorine Pesticides in North America.Environmental Science and Technology 3 (9): 409-420.
  75. Shi, G., H. Wang, B. Wang, W. Li, S.L. Gong, T.L. Zhao and T. Aoki. 2005. Sensitivity Experiments on the Effects of Optical Properties of Dust Aerosols on their Radiative Forcing under Clear Sky Conditions. Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan83 (A): 333-346.
  76. Shoeib, M., T. Harner, B. Wilford, K.C. Jones and J. Zhu. 2005. Perfluorinated Sulfonamides in Indoor and Outdoor Air and Indoor Dust: Occurrence, Partitioning and Human Exposure.Environmental Science and Technology 39: 6599-6606.
  77. St. Louis, V., M.J. Sharp, A. Steffen, A. May, J. Barker, J.L. Kirk, D.J.A. Kelly, S.E. Arnott, B. Keatley and J.P. Smol. 2005. Some Sources and Sinks of Monomethyl and Inorganic Mercury on Ellesmere Island in the Canadian High Arctic. Environmental Science and Technology 39 (8): 2686-2701.
  78. Staebler, R.M. and D.R. Fitzjarrald. 2005. Measuring Canopy Structure and the Kinematics of Subcanopy Flows in Two Forests.Journal of Applied Meteorology 44: 1161-1179.
  79. Steffen, A., W.H. Schroeder, R. Macdonald, L. Poissant and A. Konoplev. 2005. Mercury in the Arctic Atmosphere: An Analysis of Eight Years of Measurements of GEM at Alert (Canada) and a Comparison with Observations at Amderma (Russia) and Kuujjuarapik (Canada). Science of the Total Environment 342: 185-198.
  80. Stern, G.A., E. Braekevelt, P.A. Helm, T.F. Bidleman, P.M. Outridge, W.L. Lockhart, R. McNeeley, B. Rosenberg, M.G. Ikonomou, G.T. Tomy and P. Wilkinson. 2005. Modern and Historical Fluxes of Halogenated Organic Contaminants to a Lake in the Canadian Arctic, as Determined from Annually laminated Sediment Cores. Science of the Total Environment 342: 223-243.
  81. Streibel, M., M. Rex, P. von der Gathen, R. Lehmann, N.R.P. Harris, G.O. Braathen, E. Reimer, H. Deckelmann, Chipperfield, G. Millard, M. Allaart, S.B. Andersen, Claude, J. Davies, H. De Backer, H. Dier, V. Dorokov, Fast, M. Gerding, E. Kyrö, Z. Litynska, D. Moore, E. Moran, T. Nagai, H. Nakane, C. Parrondo, Skrivankova, R. Stübi, G. Vaughan, P. Viatte and Yushkov. 2005. Chemical Ozone Loss in the Arctic Winter 2002 / 2003 Determined with Match. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussion, SRef-ID: 1680-7375/acpd/2005-5-4311: 4311-4333.
  82. Strong, K., G. Bailak, D. Barton, M.R. Bassford, R.D. Blatherwick, S. Brown, D. Chartrand, J. Davies, J.R. Drummond, P.F. Fogal, E. Forsberg, R. Hall, A. Jofre, J. Kaminski, J. Kosters, C. Laurin, J.C. McConnell, C.T. McElroy, C.A. McLinden, S.M.L. Melo, K. Menzies1, C. Midwinter, F.J. Murcray, C. Nowlan, R.J. Olson, B.M. Quine, Y. Rochon, V. Savastiouk, B. Solheim, D. Sommerfeldt, A. Ullberg, S. Werchohlad, H. Wu and D. Wunch. 2005. MANTRA -- A balloon Mission to Study the Odd Nitrogen Budget of the Stratosphere. Atmosphere Ocean 43: 283-299.
  83. Stroud, C., P. Makar, T. Karl, A. Guenther, C. Gernon, A. Turnipseed, E. Nemitz, B. Baker, M. Potosnak and J.D. Fuentes. 2005. Role of Canopy-Scale Photochemistry in Modifying Biogenic-Atmosphere Exchange of Reactive Terpene Species: Results from the CELTIC Field Study. Journal of Geophysical Resources 110 (17): 149-162.
  84. Su, Y., H. Hung, P. Blanchard, G.W. Patton, P. Fellin, H. Li, C. Geen, G. Stern, B. Rosenberg and L.A. Barrie. 2005. Seasonal Variation of Organochlorine Pesticides at Two Arctic Sites.Organohalogen Compounds 67: 954-957.
  85. Tarasick, D. W., V.E. Fioletov, D.I. Wardle, J.B. Kerr and J. Davies. 2005. Changes in the Vertical Distribution of Ozone Over Canada from Ozonesondes: 1980-2001. Journal of Geophysical Resources 110: D02304, doi:10.1029/2004JD004643.
  86. Urch, B., F. Silverman, P. Corey, J. R. Brook, K.Z. Lukic, S. Rajagopalan and R.D. Brook. 2005. Acute Blood Pressure Responses in Healthy Adults During Controlled Air Pollution Exposures.Environmental Health Perspectives 113: 1052-1055.
  87. Waite, D.T., F.G. Hunter and B.J. Wiens. 2005. Atmospheric Transport of Lindane (-Hexachlorocyclohexane) from the Canadian Prairies -- A Possible Source for the Canadian Great Lakes, Arctic and Rocky Mountains. Atmospheric Environment 39 (2): 275-282.
  88. Waite, D.T., N.R. Droneck, L. Tuduri, J.F. Sproull, D.F. Chau and D.V. Quiring. 2005. Comparison of Active Versus Passive Atmospheric Samplers for some Current-Use Pesticides. Bulletin on Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 74: 1011-1018.
  89. Waite, D.T., P. Bailey, J.F. Sproull, D.V. Quiring, D.F. Chau, J. Bailey and A.J. Cessna. 2005. Atmospheric Concentrations and Dry and Wet Deposits of Some Herbicides Currently Used on the Canadian Prairies. Chemosphere 58(6): 693-703.
  90. Weatherhead, E., A. Tanskanen, A. Stevermer, S. Bech Andersen, A. Arola, J. Austin, G. Bernhard, H. Browman, V. Fioletov, V. Grewe, J. Herman, W. Josefsson, A. Kylling, E. Kyro, A. Lindfors, D. Shindell, P. Taalas and D. Tarasick. 2005. Chapter 5, Ozone and Ultraviolet Radiation. In Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA) Scientific Report entitiled: Impacts of a Warming Arctic, pp. 151-182
  91. Wilford, B.H., M. Shoeib, T. Harner, J. Zhu and K.C. Jones. 2005. Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in Indoor Dust in Ottawa, Canada: Implications for Sources and Exposure. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 7027-7035.
  92. Xiao, H., H. Hung, T. Harner, G. Johnston, Y.D. Lei and F. Wania. 2005. Development of a Flow-Through Passive Air Sampler for Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds. Organohalogen Compounds67: 1159-1162.
  93. Yao, Y., L. Tuduri, T. Harner, P. Blanchard, D. Waite, L. Poissant, Y.F. Li, C. Murphy, W. Belzer and F. Aulagnier. 2005. Canadian Pesticide Air Sampling Campaign. Organohalogen Compounds 67: 838-842.
  94. Yokouchi, Y., F. Hasebe, M. Fujiwara, H. Takashima, M. Shiotani, N. Nishi, Y. Kanaya, S. Hashimoto, P. Fraser, D. Toom-Sauntry, H. Mukai, Y. Nojiri. 2005. Correlations and emission ratios among bromoform, dibromochloromethane, and dibromomethane in the atmosphere. Journal of Geophysical Resources 110 (D23, D23309).
  95. Yuen, W. and K. Higuchi. 2005. Transcom-3 Modellers: Impact of Fraserdale CO2 Observation on Annual Flux Inversion of the North America Boreal Region. Tellus, 57B: 203-209.
  96. Zhang, L., J.R. Brook, R. Vet, A. Wiebe, C. Mihele, M. Shaw, J.M. O'Brien and S. Iqbal. 2005. Estimation of Contributions of NO2 and PAN to Total Atmospheric Deposition of Oxidized Nitrogen Across Eastern Canada. Atmospheric Environment39: 7030-7043.
  97. Zhang, X.Y., Y.Q. Wang, D. Wang, S.L. Gong, R. Arimoto, L.J. Mao and J. Li. 2005. Characterization and Sources of Regional-scale Transported Carbonaceous and Dust Aerosols from Different Pathways in Costal and Sandy Land Areas of China. Journal of Geophysical Resources 110 (D15): doi: 10.1029/2004JD005457.

2006 Publications

  1. Aklilu, Y., M. Mozurkewicha, A.J. Prennib, S.M. Kreidenweisb, M.R. Alfarrac, J.D. Alland, K.G. Anlaufe, J. Brooke, W.R. Leaitch and S. Sharma. 2006. Hygroscopicity of particles at two rural, urban influenced sites during Pacific 2001: Comparison with estimates of water uptake from particle composition.Atmospheric Environment 40: 2650-2661.
  2. Alegria, H., T.F. Bidleman and M. Salvador Figueroa. 2006. Organochlorine Pesticides in the Ambient Air of Chiapas, Mexico.Environmental Pollution 140: 483-491.
  3. Anlauf Kurt, Shao-Meng Li, Richard Leaitch, Jeff Brook, Katherine Hayden, Desiree Toom-Sauntry and Alan Wiebe. 2006. Ionic Composition Chemical and Size Characteristics of Particles in the Lower Fraser Valley: Pacific 2001 Field Study. Atmospheric Environment 40: 2662-2675.
  4. Arimoto, R., Y.J. Kim, Y.P. Kim, P.K. Quinn, T.S. Bates, T.L. Anderson, S.L. Gong, I. Uno, M. Chin, B.J. Huebert, A.D. Clarke, Y. Shinozuka, R.J. Weber, J.R. Anderson, S.A. Guazzotti, R.C. Sullivan, D.A. Sodeman, K.A. Prather and I. Sokolik. 2006. Characterization of Asian Dust During ACE-Asia. Global and Planetary Change 52/1-4: 23-56.
  5. Banic, C., W.R. Leaitch, K. Strawbridge, R. Tanabe, H.K.T. Wong, C. Gariépy, A. Simonetti, Z. Nejedly, J.L. Campbell, J. Lu, J. Skeaff, D. Paktunc, J.I. MacPherson, S.M. Daggupaty, H. Geonac'h, A. Chatt and M. Lamoureux. 2006. The Physical and Chemical Evolution of Aerosols in Smelter and Power Plant Plumes: An Airborne Study. Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis 6: 111-120.
  6. Barkley, M.P., P.S. Monks, U. Friess, R.L. Mittermeier, H. Fast, S. Koerner and M. Heimann. 2006. Comparisons Between SCIAMACHY Atmospheric CO2 Retrieved Using (FSI) WFM-DOAS to Ground Based FTIR Data and to the TM3 Chemistry Transport Model. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 6: 4483-4498.
  7. Becker, S., C.J. Halsall, W. Tych, H. Hung, S. Attewell, P. Blanchard, H. Li, P. Fellin, G. Stern, B. Billeck and S. Friesen. 2006. Resolving the Long-Term Trends of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in the Canadian Arctic Atmosphere. Environmental Science and Technology 40: 3217-3222.
  8. Bidleman, T.F., A.D. Leone, F. Wong, L. van Vliet and S. Szeto. 2006. Emission of Legacy Chlorinated Pesticides from Agricultural and Orchard Soils in British Columbia, Canada. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 25: 1448-1457.
  9. Blanchard, P., D. Kallweit, K.A. Brice, F. Froude, C.H. Chan, M. Neilson, J. Holtz and H. Millat. 2006. A Comparison of European and North American Atmospheric Deposition Networks: Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Lindane. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 8: 1-7.
  10. Bottenheim, Jan W. and Elton, Chan. 2006. A trajectory study into the origin of spring time Arctic boundary layer ozone depletion. Journal of Geophysical Research, III, D19301, doi: 10.1029/2006JD007055, 2006.
  11. Buset Kathleen, C., Greg J. Evans, W.R. Leaitch, Jeff. R. Brook, and Desiree Toom-Sauntry. 2006. Use of advanced receptor modelling for analysis of an intensive 5-week aerosol sampling campaign. Atmospheric Environment, Vol.40: 482-499.
  12. Cao, Z., J. Ma and W.R. Rouse. 2006. Improving Computation of Sensible Heat Flux Over a Water Surface Using the Variational Method. Journal of Hydrometeorology 7: 678-686.
  13. Chen, B., Jing M. Chen, L. Huang, and Pieter Tans. 2006. Modeling dynamics of stable carbon isotopic exchange between a boreal forest ecosystem and the atmosphere. Global Change Biology 12 (10): 1842­1867.
  14. Chen, B., Jing M. Chen, Pieter Tans, and L. Huang. 2006. Simulating dynamics of 13CO2 in the planetary boundary layer over a boreal forest region: An approach to estimate carbon isotope rectification. Tellus, 58 (5) 537-549.
  15. Chen J.M., B. Chen, K. Higuchi, J. Liu, D. Chan, D. Worthy, P. Tans, A. Black. 2006. Boreal ecosystems sequestered more carbon in warmer years. Geophysical Resource Letters 33: L10803, oi:10.1029/2006GL025919.
  16. Cheng, Y., S-M Li and A. Leithead. 2006. Chemical Characteristics and Origins of Nitrogen-Containing Organic Compounds in PM2.5 Aerosols from the Lower Fraser Valley. Environmental Science and Technology 40: 5846-5852.
  17. Cheng, Y., S-M.. Li, A. Leithead and J.B. Brook. 2006. Spatial and Temporal Distributions of n-alkanes and n-alkan-2-ones on PM2.5 Aerosols in the Lower Fraser Valley, Canada.Atmospheric Environment 40: 2706-2720.
  18. Daggupaty, S.M., C.M. Banic, P. Cheung and J. Ma. 2006. Numerical simulation of air concentration and deposition of particulate metals around a copper smelter in northern Quebec, Canada. Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis6: 139-146.
  19. Eastoe, E.F., C.J. Halsall, J.E. Heffernan and H. Hung. 2006. A statistical Comparison of Survival and Replacement Analyses for the Use of Censored Data in a Contaminant Air Database: A Case Study from the Canadian Arctic. Atmospheric Environment 40 (34): 6528-6540.
  20. Eyring, V., N. Butchart, D.W. Waugh, H. Akiyoshi, J. Austin, S. Bekki, G.E. Bodeker, B.A. Boville, C. Brühl, M.P. Chipperfield, E. Cordero, M. Dameris, M. Deushi, V.E. Fioletov, S.M. Frith, R.R. Garcia, A. Gettelman, M.A. Giorgetta, V. Grewe, L. Jourdain, D.E. Kinnison, E. Mancini, E. Manzini, M. Marchand, D.R. Marsh, T. Nagashima, P.A. Newman, J.E. Nielsen, S. Pawson, G. Pitari, D.A. Plummer, E. Rozanov, M. Schraner, T.G. Shepherd, K. Shibata, R.S. Stolarski, H. Struthers, W. Tian and M. Yoshiki. 2006. Assessment of Temperature, Trace Species and Ozone in Chemistry-Climate Model Simulations of the Recent Past. Journal of Geophysical Resources 111: D22308, doi:10.1029/2006JD007327.
  21. Farrar, N., K. Konstantinos, T. Harner, A. Sweetman and K.C. Jones. 2006. Continental Scale Passive Air Sampling of Persistent Organic Pollutants Using Rapidly Equilibrating Thin Films (POGs).Environmental Pollution 144: 423-433.
  22. Fehsenfeld, F.C., G. Ancellet, T.S. Bates, A.H. Goldstein, R.M. Hardesty, R. Honrath, K.S. Law, A.C. Lewis, R. Leaitch, S. McKeen, J. Meagher, D.D. Parrish, Pszenney, P.B. Russell, H. Schlager, J. Seinfeld, R. Talbot, R. Zbinden. 2006. International Consortium for Atmospheric Research on Transport and Transformation (ICARTT): North America to Europe -- Overview of the 2004 summer field study.Journal of Geophysical Resources, 111, D23S01, doi: 10.1029/2006JD007829.
  23. Fioletov V.E., D.W. Tarasick and I. Petropavlovskikh. 2006. Estimating Ozone Variability and Instrument Uncertainties from SBUV(/2), Ozonesonde, Umkehr and SAGE II Measurements. Part I: Short-Term Variations. Journal of Geophysical Resources111: D02305, doi:10.1029/2005JD006340.
  24. Galarneau, E. and T.F. Bidleman. 2006. Modelling the Temperature-Induced Blow-off and Blow-on Temperature Artefacts in Filter-Sorbent Measurements of Semivolatile Substances.Atmospheric Environment 40: 4258-4268.
  25. Galarneau, E., T.F. Bidleman and P. Blanchard. 2006. Seasonality and Interspecies Differences in Particle/ Gas Aartitioning of PAHs Observed by the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network (IADN). Atmospheric Environment 40: 182-197.
  26. Galarneau, E., T. Harner, M. Shoeib, M. Kozma and D. Lane. 2006. A Preliminary Investigation of Sorbent-Impregnated Filters (SIFs) as an Alternative to Polyurethane Foam (PUF) for Sampling Gas-Phase Semivolatile Organic Compounds in Air. Atmospheric Environment: 5734-5740.
  27. García, O., A. Díaz , F. Expósito, J.P. Díaz , J. Gröbner and V.E. Fioletov. 2006. Cloudless Aerosol Forcing Efficiency in the UV region from AERONET and WOUDC databases. Geophysical Resource Letters 33: L23803, doi:10.1029/2006GL026794.
  28. Goldberg, M.S., R.T. Burnett, J-F. Yale, M-F. Valois and J.R. Brook. 2006. Associations between ambient air pollution and daily mortality among persons with diabetes and cardiovascular disease.Environmental Research 100: 255-267.
  29. Gong, S.L., X.Y. Zhang, T.L. Zhao, X.B. Zhang, L.A. Barrie, I.G. McKendry and C.S. Zhao. 2006. A Simulated Climatology of Asian Dust Aerosol and its Trans-Pacific Transport: 2. Interannual Variability and Climate Connections. Journal of Climate19: 104-122.
  30. Gong, W., A.P. Dastoor, V.S. Bouchet, S.L. Gong, P.A. Makar, M.D. Moran, B. Pabla, S. Menard, L-P. Crevier, S. Cousineau and S. Venkatesh. 2006. Cloud Processing of Gases and Aerosols in a Regional Air Quality Model (AURAMS). Atmospheric Resources82: 248-275.
  31. Goss, K-U., G. Bronner, T. Harner, M. Hertel and T.C. Schmidt. 2006. The Partition Behaviour of Fluorotelomer Alcohols and Olefins. Environmental Science and Technology 40: 3572-3577.
  32. Gouin, T., G.O. Thomas, C. Chaemfa, T. Harner, D. Mackay and K.C. Jones. 2006. Concentrations of Decabromodiphenyl Ether Ion Air from Southern Ontario: Implications for Particle-Bound Transport.Chemosphere 64: 256-261.
  33. Griffin, R.E.M., V. Fioletov and J.C. McConnell. 2006. Measurements of Historical Total Ozone from the Chalonge-Divan Stellar Spectrum Programme: Re-Analysis of the 1953-72 Data and a Comparison with Simultaneous Dobson Arosa Measurements. Journal of Geophysical Resources 111: D12309, doi:10.1029/2005JD006476.
  34. Harner, T., K. Pozo, T. Gouin, A-M. Macdonald, H. Hung, J. Cainey and A. Peters. 2006. Global Pilot Study for Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) Using PUF Disk Passive Air Samplers.Environmental Pollution 144 (2): 445-452.
  35. Harner, T., M. Bartkow, I. Holoubek, J. Klanova, A.J. Sweetman, F. Wania and K.C. Jones. 2006. Passive Air Sampling for Persistent Organic Pollutants: Introductory Remarks to the Special Issue.Environmental Pollution 144: 361-364.
  36. Harner, T., M. Shoeib, M. Diamond, M. Ikonomou and G. Stern. 2006. Passive Sampler Derived Air Concentrations of PBDEs Along an Urban-Rural Transect: Spatial and Temporal Trends.Chemosphere 64: 262-267.
  37. Harner, T., M. Shoeib, T. Gouin and P. Blanchard. 2006. Polychlorinated naphthalenes in Great Lakes air: assessing spatial and temporal trends and combustion inputs using PUF disk passive air samplers. Environmental Science and Technology 40: 5333-5339.
  38. Huang, L., J.R. Brook, W. Zhang, S-M. Li, L. Graham, D. Ernst, A. Chivulescu and G. Lu. 2006. Stable Isotope Measurements of Carbon Fractions (OC/EC) in Airborne Particulate: A New Dimension for Source Characterization and Apportionment. Atmospheric Environment 40: 2690-2705.
  39. Hung H., Y. Su, P. Blanchard, T. Bidleman, P. Fellin, H. Li, E. Sverko, G. Stern, B. Billeck, B. Rosenberg and S. Friesen. 2006.Northern Contaminants Air Monitoring and Interpretation. Synopsis of Research Conducted under the 2005-2006 Northern Contaminants Program. Ottawa. ISBN 0-662-44527-9: 125-135.
  40. Ishizawa, M., D. Chan, K. Higuchi, S. Maksyutov, C.W. Yuen, J. Chen and D. Worthy. 2006. Rectifier effect in an atmospheric model with daily biospheric fluxes: Impact on inversion calculation.Tellus 58B: 447-462.
  41. Jantunen, L.M. and T.F. Bidleman. 2006. Henry's Law Constants for Hexachlorobenzene, p,p'-DDE and Components of Technical Chlordane and Estimates of Gas Exchange for Lake Ontario.Chemosphere 62: 1689-1696.
  42. Kim, C.H., S. M. Kreidenweis, G. Feingold, K.G. Anlauf and W.R. Leaitch. 2006. Measurement and Interpretation of Cloud Effects on the Concentrations of Hydrogen Peroxide and Organoperoxides Over Ontario, Canada. Atmospheric Research 81: 140-149.
  43. Kurt-Karakus, P.B., T.F. Bidleman, R.M. Staebler and K.C. Jones. 2006. Measurement of DDT Fluxes from a Historically Treated Agricultural Soil in Canada. Environmental Science and Technology 40: 4578-4585.
  44. Leithead, A., S-M. Li, R.M. Hoff, Y. Cheng and J.B. Brook. 2006. Levoglucosan and Dehydroabietic Acid: Evidence of Biomass Burning Impact on Aerosols in the Lower Fraser Valley.Atmospheric Environment 40: 2721-2734.
  45. Li, S.-M. 2006. A Deeper Understanding of the Ambient Aerosols in the Lower Fraser Valley and its Policy Implications: the 2nd Special Issue on Pacific 2001 Air Quality Study.Atmospheric Environment 40: 2635-2636.
  46. Li, Y.F., J.A.V. Zhulidov, R.D. Robarts, L.G. Korotova, D.A. Zhulidov, T.Y. Gurtovaya and L.P. Ge. 2006. Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane Usage in the Former Soviet Union.Science of the Total Environment 357: 138-145.
  47. Liggio, J. and S-M. Li. 2006. Organosulfate Formation During the Uptake of Pinonaldehyde on Acidic Sulfate Aerosols.Geophysical Resource Letters 33: L13808, doi:10.1029/2006GL026079.
  48. Liggio, J. and S-M. Li. 2006. Reactive Uptake of Pinonaldehyde on Acidic Aerosols. Journal of Geophysical Resources 111: D24303, doi:10.1029/2005JD006978.
  49. Liu, L.Y., A.X. Jiang, N.Q. Ren, G.B. Jiang and Y.F. Li. 2006. Gridded Inventories of Historical Usage for Selected Organochlorine Pesticides in Heilongjiang River Basin, Journal of Environmental Sciences (China), 18(4): 822-826.
  50. Lu, G., J.R. Brook, M.R. Alfarra, K. Anlauf, W.R. Leaitch, S. Sharma, D. Wang, D.R. Worsnop and Lisa Phinney. 2006. Identification and Characterization of Inland Ship Plumes Over Vancouver, BC. Atmospheric Environment 40: 2767-2782.
  51. Ma, J. and Y. Li. 2006. Interannual Variation of Persistent Organic Pollutants Over the Great Lakes Induced by Tropical Pacific Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies. Journal of Geophysical Resources: 10.1029/2005JD006014.
  52. McCabe, J.R., J. Savarino, B. Alexander, S.L. Gong and M. Thiemens. 2006. Isotope Constraints on Non-Photochemical Sulfate Production in the Arctic Winter. Geophysical Research Letters 33 (5): L05810.
  53. Miller, A.J., A. Cai, G. Tiao, D.J. Wuebbles, Flynn, S. Yang, E.C. Weatherhead, V. Fioletov, Petropavlovskikh, X. Meng, S. Guillas, R.M. Nagatani and G.C. Reinsel. 2006. Examination of Ozonesonde Data for Trends and Trend Changes Incorporating Solar and Arctic Oscillation Signals. Journal of Geophysical Resources 111: D13305, doi:10.1029/2005JD006684.
  54. Ngabe, B. and T.F. Bidleman. 2006. DDT Concentrations in Soils of Brazzaville, Congo. Bulletin on Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 76: 697-704.
  55. Norman, A-L., K. Anlauf, K. Hayden, T. Thompson, J.R. Brook, S-M. Li and J. Bottenheim. 2006. Aerosol Sulphate and its Oxidation on the Pacific NW coast: S and O isotopes in PM2.5 from Pacific 2001. Atmospheric Environment 40: 2676-2689.
  56. Oltmans, S.J., A. Lefohn, J. Harris, I. Galbally, H. Scheel, G. Bodeker, E. Brunke, H. Claude, D. Tarasick, B. Johnson, P. Simmonds, D. Shadwick, K. Anlauf, K. Hayden, F. Schmidlin, T. Fujimoto, K. Akagi, C. Meyer, S. Nichol, J. Davies, A. Redondas and E. Cuevas. 2006. Long-Term Changes in Tropospheric Ozone.Atmospheric Environment 40: 3156-3173.
  57. Pagowski, M., G.A. Grell, D. Devenyi, S.E. Peckham, S.A. McKeen, W. Gong, L. Delle Monache, J.N. McHenry, J. McQueen and P. Lee. 2006. Application of Dynamic Linear Regression to Improve the Skill of Ensemble-Based Deterministic Ozone Forecasts.Atmospheric Environment 40: 3240-3250.
  58. Perihan, Kurt-Karakus and Kevin C. Jones. 2006. Microcosm Studies on the Air-Soil Exchange of Hexachlorobenzene and Polychlorinated Biphenyls. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 8: 1227-1235.
  59. Phinney, L., W.R. Leaitch, U. Lohmann, H. Boudries, D.R. Worsnop, J.T. Jayne, D. Toom-Sauntry, M. Wadleigh, S. Sharma, and N. Shantz. 2006. Characterization of the aerosol over the sub-arctic north east Pacific Ocean during SERIES.Deep-Sea Research II (53): 2410-2433.
  60. Pozo, K., T. Harner, F. Wania, D.C.G. Muir, K. Jones and L. Barrie. 2006. Toward a Global Network for Persistent Organic Pollutants in Air: Results from the GAPS Study. Environmental Science and Technology 40: 4867-4873.
  61. Rahnama, P., Y.J. Rochon, I. C. McDade, G.G. Shepherd, W.A. Gault, and A. Scott. 2006. Satellite Measurement of Stratospheric Winds and Ozone Using Doppler Michelson Interferometry: Instrument Model and Measurement Simulation. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technologies 23: 753-769.
  62. Rochon, Y.J., P. Rahnama and I.C. McDade. 2006. Satellite Measurement of Stratospheric Winds and Ozone using Doppler Michelson Interferometry. Part II: Retrieval Method and Expected Performance. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technologies 23: 770-784.
  63. Sahsuvaroglu, T., A. Arain, B. Beckerman, P. Kanaroglou, J.R. Brook, N. Finkelstein, M. Finkelstein, N. Gilbert, Newbold and M. Jerrett. 2006. A Land-Use Regression Model for Predicting Ambient Concentrations of Nitrogen Dioxide in Hamilton, Canada. Journal of Air & Waste Management Association 56: 1059-1069.
  64. Satoshi Irei, L. Huang, Fabrice Collin, Wendy Zhang, Donald Hastie and Jochen Rudolph. 2006. Flow reactor studies for stable carbon isotopic composition of secondary particulate organic matter generated by toluene/OH radical-initiated reactions.Atmospheric Environment 40 (30): 5858-5867.
  65. Savard, M.M., G.F. Bonham-Carter and C.M. Banic. 2006. A Geoscientific Perspective on Airborne Smelter Emissions of Metals in the Environment: An Overview. Geochemistry Exploration, Environment, Analysis 6: 99-109.
  66. Scholtz, M.T. and T.F. Bidleman. 2006. Modelling of the Long-Term Fate of Pesticide Residues in Agricultural Soils and their Surface Exchange with the Atmosphere. 1. Model Description and Evaluation. Science of the Total Environment, 368: 823-838.
  67. Sharma, S., E. Andrews, L.A. Barrie, J.A. Ogren and D. Lavoue. 2006. Variations and sources of the equivalent black carbon in the high Arctic revealed by long-term observations at Alert and Barrow: 1989-2003. Journal of Geophysical Resources, VOL. 111, D14208, doi:10.1029/2005JD006581.
  68. Shoeib, M., T. Harner and P. Vlahos. 2006. Perfluorinated Chemicals in the Arctic Atmosphere. Environmental Science and Technology 40: 7577-7583.
  69. Smyth, S.C., D. Yin, H. Roth, W. Jiang, M.D. Moran and L-P. Crevier. 2006. The Impact of GEM and MM5 Modeled Meteorological Conditions on CMAQ Air Quality Modeling Results in Eastern Canada and the Northeastern United States. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatatology, 45(11): 1525-1541.
  70. Stapleton, H.M., T. Harner, M. Shoeib, J.M. Keller, M.M. Schantz, S.D. Leigh and S.A. Wise. 2006. Determination of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in Indoor Dust Standard Reference Materials. Analysis of Bioanal Chemistry: DOI 10.1007/s00216-005-0227-y.
  71. Stohl, A., E. Andrews, J.F. Burkhart, C. Forster, A. Herber, S.W. Hoch, D. Kowal, C. Lunder, T. Mefford, J.A. Ogren, S. Sharma, N. Spichtinger, K. Stebel, R. Stone, J. Ström, K. Tørseth, C. Wehrli, and K.E. Yttri. 2006. Pan-Arctic enhancements of light absorbing aerosol concentrations due to North American boreal forest fires during summer 2004. Journal of Geophysical Resources, Vol. 111, D22214, doi:10.1029/2006JD007216.
  72. Strawbridge, K.B. 2006. Scanning Lidar: A Means of Characterizing the Noranda-Horne Smelter Plume. Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis 6: 121-129.
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