Andreas J. Beyersdorf mostly deals with Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Meteorology, Environmental chemistry and Milagro. His research in Aerosol intersects with topics in Atmosphere, Advanced very-high-resolution radiometer and Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer. In his research, Andreas J. Beyersdorf undertakes multidisciplinary study on Atmospheric sciences and Particle number.
The concepts of his Meteorology study are interwoven with issues in Jet fuel and Remote sensing. His work deals with themes such as Propane, Carbon, Levoglucosan and Alkane, which intersect with Environmental chemistry. His Air quality index research includes elements of Air pollution and Methane.
Andreas J. Beyersdorf mainly investigates Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Air quality index, Meteorology and Particulates. Andreas J. Beyersdorf combines subjects such as In situ, Extinction, Remote sensing and Relative humidity with his study of Aerosol. Andreas J. Beyersdorf is interested in Troposphere, which is a field of Atmospheric sciences.
Andreas J. Beyersdorf has researched Air quality index in several fields, including Total organic carbon, Methane, Air pollution, Daytime and Nitrate. His Meteorology research integrates issues from Jet fuel and Satellite. The various areas that Andreas J. Beyersdorf examines in his Particulates study include High ozone, Pollutant, Aviation fuel, Pollution and Environmental chemistry.
Andreas J. Beyersdorf spends much of his time researching Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Particulates, Air quality index and Pollution. His Aerosol research is included under the broader classification of Meteorology. The Tropospheric ozone research he does as part of his general Atmospheric sciences study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Scavenging, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His work in Particulates tackles topics such as Environmental chemistry which are related to areas like Aqueous solution, Carbonate, Asian Dust, Pollutant and Nitrate. His studies deal with areas such as Soot, Chemical composition, Environmental engineering and Nucleation as well as Air quality index. His Pollution study incorporates themes from Ammonium nitrate, CMAQ, Total organic carbon, San Joaquin and Daytime.
Andreas J. Beyersdorf mainly focuses on Particulates, Aerosol, Air quality index, Atmospheric sciences and Peninsula. His Particulates research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soot, Environmental engineering, Thrust and Nucleation. His research integrates issues of Air stagnation and Chemical composition in his study of Aerosol.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Relative humidity, Pollution and AERONET. His study in Pollution is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ammonium nitrate, CMAQ, Total organic carbon, San Joaquin and Daytime. His Peninsula study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as High ozone.
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Microbiome of the upper troposphere: Species composition and prevalence, effects of tropical storms, and atmospheric implications
Natasha DeLeon-Rodriguez;Terry L. Lathem;Luis M. Rodriguez-R;James M. Barazesh.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
The MERRA-2 Aerosol Reanalysis, 1980 Onward. Part II: Evaluation and Case Studies
V. Buchard;V. Buchard;C. A. Randles;A. M. da Silva;A. Darmenov.
Journal of Climate (2017)
Measurements of nonmethane hydrocarbons in 28 United States cities
Angela K. Baker;Andreas J. Beyersdorf;Lambert A. Doezema;Aaron Katzenstein.
Atmospheric Environment (2008)
Biofuel blending reduces particle emissions from aircraft engines at cruise conditions
Richard H. Moore;Kenneth L. Thornhill;Bernadett Weinzierl;Bernadett Weinzierl;Daniel Sauer;Daniel Sauer.
Satellite Data of Atmospheric Pollution for U.S. Air Quality Applications: Examples of Applications, Summary of Data End-User Resources, Answers to FAQs, and Common Mistakes to Avoid
Bryan Neal Duncan;Ana Prados;Ana Prados;Lok N. Lamsal;Lok N. Lamsal;Yang Liu.
Atmospheric Environment (2014)
Airborne measurements of western U.S. wildfire emissions: Comparison with prescribed burning and air quality implications
Xiaoxi Liu;Xiaoxi Liu;Xiaoxi Liu;L. Gregory Huey;Robert J. Yokelson;Vanessa Selimovic.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2017)
Measurements of volatile organic compounds at a suburban ground site (T1) in Mexico City during the MILAGRO 2006 campaign: measurement comparison, emission ratios, and source attribution
D. M. Bon;D. M. Bon;D. M. Bon;I. M. Ulbrich;I. M. Ulbrich;J. A. de Gouw;J. A. de Gouw;C. Warneke;C. Warneke.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2011)
Analysis of CCN activity of Arctic aerosol and Canadian biomass burning during summer 2008
T. L. Lathem;A. J. Beyersdorf;K. L. Thornhill;E. L. Winstead.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2013)
Mapping the Operation of the Miniature Combustion Aerosol Standard (Mini-CAST) Soot Generator
Richard H. Moore;Luke D. Ziemba;Dabrina Dutcher;Andreas J. Beyersdorf.
Aerosol Science and Technology (2014)
Observations of hydroxyl and the sum of peroxy radicals at Summit, Greenland during summer 2003
S.J. Sjostedt;L.G. Huey;D.J. Tanner;J. Peischl;J. Peischl.
Atmospheric Environment (2007)
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