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11. Boreal Fires, Aerosol Transport, and Feedback to Climate Change: The Need for a Large High-Intensity Boreal Crown Fire Experiment
Published: 12/1/1999
Authors: W R Cofer, C Cahoon, R D, B J Stocks, J G Goldhammer, Joseph M Conny, M D Fromm

12. The Pursuit of Isotopic and Molecular Fire Tracers in the Polar Atmosphere and Cryosphere
Published: 12/1/1998
Authors: Lloyd A. Currie, J E Dibb, George A Klouda, Bruce A Benner Jr, Jr, Joseph M Conny, S R. Biegalski, D Klinedinst, D R Cahoon, N C Hsu

13. Standard Test Data for Estimating Peak Parameter Errors in X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy: I. Results for Peak Binding Energies
Published: 10/1/1998
Authors: Joseph M Conny, Cedric John Powell, Lloyd A. Currie
Abstract: Standard test data(STD) are simulations of analytical instrument responses that help determine the veracity of computer-based, data analysis procedures that are typically used with instruments. The STD were developed for determining errors in peak p ...

14. The Isotopic Characterization of Carbon Monoxide in the Troposphere
Published: 2/10/1998
Author: Joseph M Conny

15. Carbon-13 Composition of Tropospheric CO in Brazil: A Model Scenario During the Biomass Burn Season
Published: 12/1/1997
Authors: Joseph M Conny, R Michael Verkouteren, Lloyd A. Currie

16. High-Volume PM2.5 Samples With Distinctive Source Influences and Their Characterization by Optical Behavior in Thermal-Optical Transmission Analysis
Published: Date unknown
Authors: Joseph M Conny, Douglas A Olson, G A Norris, T R Gould, S Biswas, B Chakrabarti, C Sioutas
Abstract: The objective of this study was to sample particulate matter <2.5 m (PM2.5) with distinctive source influences to optimize thermal-optical analysis for black carbon measurement. High-volume samples of PM2.5 were collected at different PM mass levels ...

17. How Does Thermal-Optical Analysis for Atmospheric Elemental Carbon Behave Optically? Investigations of the Apparent Specific Absorption Cross Section
Published: Date unknown
Author: Joseph M Conny
Abstract: Thermal-optical analysis (TOA) is a principal method for measuring elemental carbon (EC) associated with atmospheric soot. It relies on changes in the optical behavior of carbon in particulate matter (PM) to indicate when carbon measured as EC sepa ...

18. Use of Factorial-Based Response Surfaces With Confidence Intervals in Method Optimization: Application to Thermal-Optical Analysis for Atmospheric Black Carbon
Published: Date unknown
Authors: Joseph M Conny, G A Norris, T R Gould
Abstract: The use of response surface models involving full second-order polynomials with confidence intervals is presented here for optimizing the measurement of atmospheric black carbon (BC) by thermal-optical transmission (TOT) analysis. By pyrolyzing organ ...

19. XRD Rietveld Simulations Y^d2^O^d3^ - ZrO^d2^ Phases
Published: Date unknown
Authors: Jennifer R Verkouteren, Joseph M Conny
Abstract: X-ray diffraction patterns of tetragonal and cubic yttria-stabilized were simulated to test the capability of Rietveld refinement to accurately seperate the phases. The effects of peak broadening and different c/a ratios on the refinement results w ...

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