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Beall C.M, Stokes MD, Hill T.C, DeMott PJ, DeWald J.T, DeWald J.T, Prather KA.  2017.  Automation and heat transfer characterization of immersion mode spectroscopy for analysis of ice nucleating particles. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 10:2613-2626.
McCluskey C.S, Hill T.CJ, Malfatti F., Sultana C.M, Lee C., Santander M.V, Beall C.M, Moore K.A, Cornwell G.C, Collins DB et al..  2017.  A dynamic link between ice nucleating particles released in nascent sea spray aerosol and oceanic biological activity during two mesocosm experiments. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 74:151-166.
Sultana C.M, Collins DB, Prather KA.  2017.  Effect of structural heterogeneity in chemical composition on online single-particle mass spectrometry analysis of sea spray aerosol particles. Environmental Science & Technology. 51:3660-3668.
Sultana C.M, Cornwell G.C, Rodriguez P., Prather KA.  2017.  FATES: a flexible analysis toolkit for the exploration of single-particle mass spectrometer data. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 10:1323-1334.
Gaston C.J, Pratt K.A, Suski KJ, May N.W, Gill T.E, Prather KA.  2017.  Laboratory studies of the cloud droplet activation properties and corresponding chemistry of saline playa dust. Environmental Science & Technology. 51:1348-1356.
Wang X.F, Deane GB, Moore K.A, Ryder OS, Stokes MD, Beall C.M, Collins DB, Santander M.V, Burrows S.M, Sultana C.M et al..  2017.  The role of jet and film drops in controlling the mixing state of submicron sea spray aerosol particles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114:6978-6983.
Martin A.C, Cornwell G.C, Atwood S.A, Moore K.A, Rothfuss N.E, Taylor H., DeMott PJ, Kreidenweis S.M, Petters M.D, Prather KA.  2017.  Transport of pollution to a remote coastal site during gap flow from California's interior: impacts on aerosol composition, clouds, and radiative balance. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:1491-1509.
Cochran R.E, Laskina O., Jayarathne T., Laskin A, Laskin J, Lin P., Sultana C., Lee C., Moore K.A, Cappa CD et al..  2016.  Analysis of organic anionic surfactants in fine and coarse fractions of freshly emitted sea spray aerosol. Environmental Science & Technology. 50:2477-2486.
Ralph FM, Prather KA, Cayan D, Spackman J.R, DeMott P., Dettinger M, Fairall C., Leung R., Rosenfeld D, Rutledge S. et al..  2016.  CalWater field studies designed to quantify the roles of atmospheric rivers and aerosols in modulating US West Coast precipitation in a changing climate. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 97:1209-1228.
Jayarathne T., Sultana C.M, Lee C., Malfatti F., Cox J.L, Pendergraft M.A, Moore K.A, Azam F, Tivanski A.V, Cappa CD et al..  2016.  Enrichment of saccharides and divalent cations in sea spray aerosol during two phytoplankton blooms. Environmental Science & Technology. 50:11511-11520.
Trueblood J.V, Estillore A.D, Lee C., Dowling J.A, Prather KA, Grassian VH.  2016.  Heterogeneous chemistry of lipopolysaccharides with gas-phase nitric acid: Reactive sites and reaction pathways. Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 120:6444-6450.
Seinfeld JH, Bretherton C., Carslaw K.S, Coe H., DeMott PJ, Dunlea E.J, Feingold G., Ghan S., Guenther A.B, Kahn R. et al..  2016.  Improving our fundamental understanding of the role of aerosol-cloud interactions in the climate system. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 113:5781-5790.
Forestieri SD, Cornwell G.C, Helgestad T.M, Moore K.A, Lee C., Novak G.A, Sultana C.M, Wang X.F, Bertram TH, Prather KA et al..  2016.  Linking variations in sea spray aerosol particle hygroscopicity to composition during two microcosm experiments. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 16:9003-9018.
Collins DB, Bertram TH, Sultana C.M, Lee C., Axson J.L, Prather KA.  2016.  Phytoplankton blooms weakly influence the cloud forming ability of sea spray aerosol. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:9975-9983.
DeMott PJ, Hill T.CJ, McCluskey C.S, Prather KA, Collins DB, Sullivan RC, Ruppel MJ, Mason R.H, Irish V.E, Lee T. et al..  2016.  Sea spray aerosol as a unique source of ice nucleating particles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 113:5797-5803.
Biteen J.S, Blainey P.C, Cardon Z.G, Chun M.Y, Church G.M, Dorrestein PC, Fraser S.E, Gilbert J.A, Jansson J.K, Knight R. et al..  2016.  Tools for the Microbiome: Nano and Beyond. Acs Nano. 10:6-37.
Lee C., Sultana C.M, Collins DB, Santander M.V, Axson J.L, Malfatti F., Cornwell G.C, Grandquist J.R, Deane GB, Stokes MD et al..  2015.  Advancing model systems for fundamental laboratory studies of sea spray aerosol using the microbial loop. Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 119:8860-8870.
Cahill JF, Fei H., Cohen SM, Prather KA.  2015.  Characterization of core-shell MOF particles by depth profiling experiments using on-line single particle mass spectrometry. Analyst. 140:1510-1515.
Fitzgerald E., Ault AP, Zauscher M.D, Mayol-Bracero O.L, Prather KA.  2015.  Comparison of the mixing state of long-range transported Asian and African mineral dust. Atmospheric Environment. 115:19-25.
Gaston C.J, Furutani H., Guazzotti S.A, Coffee K.R, Jung J., Uematsu M., Prather KA.  2015.  Direct night-time ejection of particle-phase reduced biogenic sulfur compounds from the ocean to the atmosphere. Environmental Science & Technology. 49:4861-4867.
Creamean JM, Ault AP, White AB, Neiman PJ, Ralph FM, Minnis P, Prather KA.  2015.  Impact of interannual variations in sources of insoluble aerosol species on orographic precipitation over California's central Sierra Nevada. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 15:6535-6548.
White AB, Neiman PJ, Creamean JM, Coleman T, Ralph FM, Prather KA.  2015.  The impacts of California's San Francisco Bay Area gap on precipitation observed in the Sierra Nevada during HMT and CalWater. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 16:1048-1069.
Cahill JF, Darlington T.K, Fitzgerald C., Schoepp NG, Beld J., Burkart M.D, Prather KA.  2015.  Online analysis of single cyanobacteria and algae cells under nitrogen-limited conditions using aerosol time-of-flight mass spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry. 87:8039-8046.