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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.
Nakajima R., Tanaka Y., Guillemette R., Kurihara H..  2017.  Effects of coral-derived organic matter on the growth of bacterioplankton and heterotrophic nanoflagellates. Coral Reefs. 36:1171-1179.
Konovalov I.B, Beekmann M., Berezin E.V, Formenti P., Andreae M.O.  2017.  Probing into the aging dynamics of biomass burning aerosol by using satellite measurements of aerosol optical depth and carbon monoxide. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:4513-4537.
Haas AF, Knowles B., Lim Y.W, Somera T.M, Kelly LW, Hatay M., Rohwer F.  2014.  Unraveling the unseen players in the ocean: A field guide to water chemistry and marine microbiology. Jove-Journal of Visualized Experiments.
Zauscher M.D, Wang Y., Moore M.JK, Gaston C.J, Prather KA.  2013.  Air quality impact and physicochemical aging of biomass burning aerosols during the 2007 San Diego wildfires. Environmental Science & Technology. 47:7633-7643.
Anenberg SC, Balakrishnan K, Jetter J, Masera O, Mehta S, Moss J, Ramanathan V.  2013.  Cleaner cooking solutions to achieve health, climate, and economic cobenefits. Environmental Science & Technology. 47:3944-3952.
Bauer S.E, Ault A., Prather KA.  2013.  Evaluation of aerosol mixing state classes in the GISS model E-MATRIX climate model using single-particle mass spectrometry measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 118:9834-9844.