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2018
Schulz C., Schneider J., Holanda B.A, Appel O., Costa A., de Sa S.S, Dreiling V., Futterer D., Jurkat-Witschas T., Klimach T. et al..  2018.  Aircraft-based observations of isoprene-epoxydiol-derived secondary organic aerosol (IEPOX-SOA) in the tropical upper troposphere over the Amazon region. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:14979-15001.
Chen C.L, Chen S.J, Russell LM, Liu J., Price D.J, Betha R., Sanchez K.J, Lee A.KY, Williams L., Collier S.C et al..  2018.  Organic aerosol particle chemical properties associated with residential burning and fog in wintertime San Joaquin Valley (Fresno) and with vehicle and firework emissions in summertime South Coast Air Basin (Fontana). Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 123:10707-10731.
Leaitch WR, Russell LM, Liu J., Kolonjari F., Toom D., Huang L., Sharma S., Chivulescu A., Veber D., Zhang W.D.  2018.  Organic functional groups in the submicron aerosol at 82.5 degrees N, 62.5 degrees W from 2012 to 2014. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:3269-3287.
Li W.H, Li L.J, Chen C.L, Kacarab M., Peng W.H, Price D., Xu J., Cocker D.R.  2018.  Potential of select intermediate-volatility organic compounds and consumer products for secondary organic aerosol and ozone formation under relevant urban conditions. Atmospheric Environment. 178:109-117.
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.
Chen C.L, Li L.J, Tang P., Cocker D.R.  2018.  SOA formation from photooxidation of naphthalene and methylnaphthalenes with m-xylene and surrogate mixtures. Atmospheric Environment. 180:256-264.
Sanchez K.J, Chen C.L, Russell LM, Betha R., Liu J., Price D.J, Massoli P., Ziemba L.D, Crosbie E.C, Moore R.H et al..  2018.  Substantial seasonal contribution of observed biogenic sulfate particles to cloud condensation nuclei. Scientific Reports. 8
2017
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.
Price D.J, Chen C.L, Russell LM, Lamjiri M.A, Betha R., Sanchez K., Liu J., Lee A.KY, Cocker D.R.  2017.  More unsaturated, cooking-type hydrocarbon-like organic aerosol particle emissions from renewable diesel compared to ultra low sulfur diesel in at-sea operations of a research vessel. Aerosol Science and Technology. 51:135-146.
Claeys M., Roberts G., Mallet M., Arndt J., Sellegri K., Sciare J., Wenger J., Sauvage B..  2017.  Optical, physical and chemical properties of aerosols transported to a coastal site in the western Mediterranean: a focus on primary marine aerosols. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:7891-7915.
2016
MacKenzie S.M, Caswell T.E, Phillips-Lander C.M, Stavros E.N, Hofgartner J.D, Sun V.Z, Powell K.E, Steuer C.J, O'Rourke J.G, Dhaliwal J.K et al..  2016.  THEO concept mission: Testing the Habitability of Enceladus's Ocean. Advances in Space Research. 58:1117-1137.
2015
Schroder JC, Hanna S.J, Modini RL, Corrigan A.L, Kreidenwies S.M, Macdonald A.M, Noone K.J, Russell LM, Leaitch WR, Bertram A.K.  2015.  Size-resolved observations of refractory black carbon particles in cloud droplets at a marine boundary layer site. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 15:1367-1383.
2014
Tsigaridis K, Daskalakis N., Kanakidou M., Adams P.J, Artaxo P., Bahadur R., Balkanski Y, Bauer S.E, Bellouin N, Benedetti A. et al..  2014.  The AeroCom evaluation and intercomparison of organic aerosol in global models. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 14:10845-10895.
Zhao R., Lee A.KY, Wentzell JJB, McDonald A.M, Toom-Sauntry D, Leaitch WR, Modini RL, Corrigan A.L, Russell LM, Noone K.J et al..  2014.  Cloud partitioning of isocyanic acid (HNCO) and evidence of secondary source of HNCO in ambient air. Geophysical Research Letters. 41:6962-6969.
Gilardoni S., Massoli P., Giulianelli L., Rinaldi M., Paglione M., Pollini F., Lanconelli C., Poluzzi V., Carbone S., Hillamo R. et al..  2014.  Fog scavenging of organic and inorganic aerosol in the Po Valley. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 14:6967-6981.
Frossard AA, Russell LM, Massoli P., Bates T.S, Quinn P.K.  2014.  Side-by-side comparison of four techniques explains the apparent differences in the organic composition of generated and ambient marine aerosol particles. Aerosol Science and Technology. 48:V-X.
2013
Cazorla A, Bahadur R., Suski KJ, Cahill JF, Chand D., Schmid B., Ramanathan V, Prather KA.  2013.  Relating aerosol absorption due to soot, organic carbon, and dust to emission sources determined from in-situ chemical measurements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 13:9337-9350.
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.