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2019
Lombard F., Boss E., Waite AM, Vogt M., Uitz J., Stemmann L., Sosik H.M, Schulz J., Romagnan J.B, Picheral M. et al..  2019.  Globally consistent quantitative observations of planktonic ecosystems. 6
2018
Liu J., Russell LM, Ruggeri G., Takahama S, Claflin M.S, Ziemann P.J, Pye H.OT, Murphy B.N, Xu L, Ng N.L et al..  2018.  Regional similarities and NOx-related increases in biogenic secondary organic aerosol in summertime southeastern United States. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 123:10620-10636.
2014
Guzman-Morales J., Frossard AA, Corrigan A.L, Russell LM, Liu S, Takahama S, Taylor J.W, Allan J., Coe H., Zhao Y. et al..  2014.  Estimated contributions of primary and secondary organic aerosol from fossil fuel combustion during the CalNex and Cal-Mex campaigns. Atmospheric Environment. 88:330-340.
Frossard AA, Russell LM, Burrows S.M, Elliott S.M, Bates T.S, Quinn P.K.  2014.  Sources and composition of submicron organic mass in marine aerosol particles. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 119:12977-13003.
2013
Corrigan A.L, Russell LM, Takahama S, Aijala M., Ehn M., Junninen H., Rinne J., Petaja T., Kulmala M., Vogel A.L et al..  2013.  Biogenic and biomass burning organic aerosol in a boreal forest at Hyytiala, Finland, during HUMPPA-COPEC 2010. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 13:12233-12256.
Kostenidou E., Kaltsonoudis C., Tsiflikiotou M., Louvaris E., Russell LM, Pandis S.N.  2013.  Burning of olive tree branches: a major organic aerosol source in the Mediterranean. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 13:8797-8811.
Ahlm L, Shakya KM, Russell LM, Schroder JC, Wong JPS, Sjostedt SJ, Hayden KL, Liggio J, Wentzell JJB, Wiebe HA et al..  2013.  Temperature-dependent accumulation mode particle and cloud nuclei concentrations from biogenic sources during WACS 2010. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 13:3393-3407.