The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Aerosol, Environmental chemistry, Air quality index, NOx and Aqueous two-phase system. His Aerosol study incorporates themes from Air pollution, CMAQ, Total organic carbon and Oxalic acid. The Total organic carbon study combines topics in areas such as Mineralogy, Benzene and Vaporization.
His Environmental chemistry study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Ammonia. Annmarie G. Carlton focuses mostly in the field of Air quality index, narrowing it down to topics relating to Particulates and, in certain cases, Yield and Methane. The various areas that Annmarie G. Carlton examines in his Aqueous two-phase system study include Pyruvic acid and Hydrogen peroxide.
Aerosol, Air quality index, Environmental chemistry, CMAQ and Meteorology are his primary areas of study. His Aerosol research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of NOx, Sulfate, Particulates and Relative humidity. His Air quality index research incorporates themes from Environmental engineering, Ozone, Atmospheric chemistry, Climate model and Air pollution.
His Total organic carbon study in the realm of Environmental chemistry interacts with subjects such as Organic gases. His studies deal with areas such as Atmospheric models, Fraction and Process engineering as well as Total organic carbon. His CMAQ study combines topics in areas such as Chemical transport model and Volatile organic compound.
Annmarie G. Carlton mainly investigates Aerosol, Environmental chemistry, Total organic carbon, Chemical composition and Relative humidity. His work deals with themes such as Sulfate, Troposphere and Ammonium, which intersect with Aerosol. In his study, Molar absorptivity and Extinction is strongly linked to Nitrate, which falls under the umbrella field of Sulfate.
His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Biomass burning, Evaporation and Particulates. Annmarie G. Carlton combines subjects such as Ammonium nitrate, Sulfur, Mass concentration, Ultrafine particle and Particle number with his study of Particulates. His work in Relative humidity addresses issues such as Humidity, which are connected to fields such as Carbon and Brown carbon.
Annmarie G. Carlton focuses on Environmental chemistry, Total organic carbon, Aerosol, Electric power system and Troposphere. His Environmental chemistry study incorporates themes from Humidity, Carbon and Relative humidity. Many of his Electric power system research pursuits overlap with Environmental economics, Fossil fuel, Energy source, Order and Investment strategy.
Annmarie G. Carlton incorporates Environmental economics and Externality in his research. His research in Troposphere intersects with topics in Planetary boundary layer, Boundary layer and Atmospheric chemistry.
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A review of Secondary Organic Aerosol (SOA) formation from isoprene
A. G. Carlton;C. Wiedinmyer;J. H. Kroll.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2009)
Atmospheric oxalic acid and SOA production from glyoxal: Results of aqueous photooxidation experiments
Annmarie G. Carlton;Barbara Jo Turpin;Katye E. Altieri;Sybil Seitzinger.
Atmospheric Environment (2007)
Model Representation of Secondary Organic Aerosol in CMAQv4.7
Annmarie G Carlton;Prakash V Bhave;Sergey L Napelenok;Edward O Edney.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
Oligomers formed through in-cloud methylglyoxal reactions: Chemical composition, properties, and mechanisms investigated by ultra-high resolution FT-ICR mass spectrometry
K.E. Altieri;S.P. Seitzinger;A.G. Carlton;B.J. Turpin.
Atmospheric Environment (2008)
Link between isoprene and secondary organic aerosol (SOA): Pyruvic acid oxidation yields low volatility organic acids in clouds
Annmarie G. Carlton;Barbara J. Turpin;Ho Jin Lim;Katye E. Altieri.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
Fine-particle water and pH in the southeastern United States
H. Guo;L. Xu;A. Bougiatioti;A. Bougiatioti;K. M. Cerully.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2015)
To What Extent Can Biogenic SOA be Controlled
Annmarie G. Carlton;Robert W. Pinder;Prakash V. Bhave;George A. Pouliot.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
Secondary organic aerosol yields from cloud‐processing of isoprene oxidation products
Barbara Ervens;Barbara Ervens;Annmarie G. Carlton;Barbara J. Turpin;Katye E. Altieri.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
CMAQ model performance enhanced when in-cloud secondary organic aerosol is included: comparisons of organic carbon predictions with measurements.
Annmarie G. Carlton;Barbara Jo Turpin;Katye E. Altieri;Sybil P. Seitzinger.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
SOA from methylglyoxal in clouds and wet aerosols: Measurement and prediction of key products
Yi Tan;Annmarie G. Carlton;Sybil P. Seitzinger;Barbara J. Turpin.
Atmospheric Environment (2010)
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