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Forestieri SD, Moore K.A, Borrero R.M, Wang A., Stokes MD, Cappa CD.  2018.  Temperature and composition dependence of sea spray aerosol production. Geophysical Research Letters. 45:7218-7225.
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.
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.
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.
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.