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Thursday 4:00 - 6:00
Other hours by appointment
|RESEARCH ON ODD HYDROGEN SPECIES|
Various forms of air pollution - acid rain, tropospheric ozone, visibility-reducing haze - are formed via atmospheric photochemistry, a set of chemical reactions initiated and enhanced by sunlight. Our environmental chemistry research project is a study of atmospheric free radicals and peroxides that are involved in these processes.
This work has been sponsored by the U.S. Department
of Energy's Atmospheric Chemistry Program (http://gonzalo.er.anl.gov/ACP/)
and the National Science Foundation, through their Research in Undergraduate
Institutions and Geosciences programs. We are grateful for this support.
Students who have participated in this project include:
RECENT PUBLICATIONSL. Kleinman, P.H. Daum, Y.-N. Lee, L.J. Nunnermacker, S.R. Springston, J. Weinstein-Lloyd, J. Rudoph (2000) Sensitivity of Ozone Rate to Ozone Precursors, Geophys. Res. Lett, submitted.
L. Kleinman, P.H. Daum, D. G. Imre, J.H. Lee, Y.-N. Lee, L.J. Nunnermacker, S.R. Springston, J. Weinstein-Lloyd, L. Newman (2000) Ozone Production in the New York City Urban Plume, J. Geophys. Res., 105,14,495-14,511.
P.H. Daum, L.I. Kleinman, D.G. Imre, L.J. Nunnermacker, Y.-N. Lee, S.R. Springston, L. Newman, J.B. Weinstein-Lloyd, R.J. Valent, R.E. Imhoff, R.L. Tanner, J.F. Meagher (2000) Analysis of O3 formation during a stagnation episode in central TN in summer 1995, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 9107-9119.
Nunnermacker, L.J., D. Imre, P.H. Daum, L.I. Kleinman, Y.-N. Lee, J.H. Lee, S.R. Springston, L. Newman, J.B. Weinstein-Lloyd, W.T. Luke, R. Banta, R. Alvarez,C. Senff, S. Sillman, M. holdren, G.W. Keigley and X. Zhou (1998) Characterization of the Nashville Urban Plume on July 3rd and July 18th, 1995, J. Geophys. Res. J. Geophys. Res., 103, 28, 129-28,148.
J.B. Weinstein-Lloyd, J.H. Lee, P.H. Daum, L. Kleinman, L.J. Nunnermacker, S.R. Springston, L. Newman (1998) Measurements of peroxides and related species during the 1995 summer intensive of the Southern Oxidant Study in Nashville, TN, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 22,361-22,373.
S. Sillman, D. He, M. Pippin, P.H. Daum, J.H. Lee, J. Weinstein-Lloyd (1998) Model correlations for ozone, reactive nitrogen and peroxides for Nashville in comparison with measurements: Implications for O3-NOx-hydrocarbon chemistry, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 22,629-22,644.
L.I. Kleinman, P.H. Daum, J.H. Lee, Y.-N. Lee, J.B. Weinstein-Lloyd, S.R. Springston, M.Buhr, and B.T. Jobson (1998) Photochemistry of Ozone and Related Compounds over Southern Nova Scotia, J. Geophys. Res, 103, 13,519-13,529.
L.I. Kleinman, P.H. Daum, J.H. Lee, Y.-N. Lee, L.J. Nunnermacker, S.R. Springston, J.B. Weinstein-Lloyd, L. Newman, S. Sillman (1997) Dependence of ozone production on NO and hydrocarbons in the troposphere Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 2299-2302.
P.H. Daum; L.I. Kleinman; W. Luke; J.B. Weinstein-Lloyd; C.M. Berkowitz and K. Busness (1996) Chemical and Physical Properties of Plumes of Anthropogenic Pollutants Transported over the North Atlantic Ocean during the North Atlantic Regional Experiment, Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 29,029-29,042.
J. B. Weinstein-Lloyd, P. H. Daum; L. J. Nunnermacker; J. H. Lee and L. I. Kleinman (1996) Measurement of Peroxides and Related Species in the 1993 North Atlantic Regional Experiment, Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 29,081-29,090.
*UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCHERS
Green, R.* and J.B. Weinstein-Lloyd,
Field Measurements of Hydrogen Peroxide, Annual CSTEP Conference, Lake
George, N.Y., April, 2000.
*UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCHERS
Author: J. Lloyd
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