Donald H. Stedman spends much of his time researching NOx, Remote sensing, Environmental engineering, Ozone and Exhaust gas. His NOx research incorporates themes from Optoelectronics, Beam and Infrared. His Remote sensing and Earth remote sensing study in the realm of Remote sensing connects with subjects such as Photometry.
The various areas that Donald H. Stedman examines in his Environmental engineering study include Environmental chemistry, Emission inventory, Diesel engine and Diesel fuel. Ozone is a subfield of Meteorology that Donald H. Stedman studies. In the subject of general Meteorology, his work in Atmospheric chemistry is often linked to Model development and Automobile emission, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Remote sensing, Remote sensing, Meteorology, Ozone and Environmental engineering are his primary areas of study. The Remote sensing study combines topics in areas such as Infrared and Atmospheric chemistry. His Meteorology study focuses on Snow in particular.
His Ozone research also works with subjects such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Remote sensing, Remote sensing, NOx, Meteorology and Diesel fuel. Donald H. Stedman has included themes like Calibration curve and Calibration in his Remote sensing study. His study in Remote sensing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Road traffic, Heavy duty diesel and Fuel efficiency.
The Snow research Donald H. Stedman does as part of his general Meteorology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as National park, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Donald H. Stedman combines subjects such as Nitrogen dioxide, Truck and Environmental engineering with his study of Diesel fuel. His work in Nitrogen dioxide addresses issues such as Sulfur dioxide, which are connected to fields such as Atmospheric sciences.
His primary areas of study are NOx, Diesel fuel, Environmental engineering, Waste management and Truck. NOx and Remote sensing are commonly linked in his work. His research on Remote sensing focuses in particular on Remote sensing.
His studies in Remote sensing integrate themes in fields like Road traffic, Meteorology and Fuel efficiency. His Diesel fuel study which covers Nitrogen dioxide that intersects with Liquefied natural gas and Natural gas. His research investigates the connection with Waste management and areas like Sulfur dioxide which intersect with concerns in Fuel type and Light duty.
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Thunderstorms: An Important Mechanism in the Transport of Air Pollutants
R. R. Dickerson;G. J. Huffman;W. T. Luke;L. J. Nunnermacker.
Real-world automotive emissions—Summary of studies in the Fort McHenry and Tuscarora mountain tunnels
William R. Pierson;Alan W Gertler;Norman F. Robinson;John C. Sagebiel.
Atmospheric Environment (1996)
A decade of on-road emissions measurements.
Gary A. Bishop;Donald H. Stedman.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
Emissions from lit-use Motor Vehicles in Los Angeles: A Pilot Study of Remote Sensing and the Inspection and Maintenance Program
Douglas R. Lawson;Peter J. Groblicki;Donald H. Stedman;Gary A. Bishop.
Journal of The Air & Waste Management Association (1990)
Apparatus for remote analysis of vehicle emissions
Gary A. Bishop;Donald H. Stedman.
IR long-path photometry: a remote sensing tool for automobile emissions.
Gary A. Bishop;John R. Starkey;Anne Ihlenfeldt;Walter J. Williams.
Analytical Chemistry (1989)
Measuring the Emissions of Passing Cars
G.A. Bishop;D.H. Stedman.
Accounts of Chemical Research (1996)
Measurements of oxides of nitrogen and nitric acid in clean air
T. J. Kelly;D. H. Stedman;J. A. Ritter;R. B. Harvey.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1980)
Worldwide On-Road Vehicle Exhaust Emissions Study by Remote Sensing
Yi. Zhang;Donald H. Stedman;Gary A. Bishop;Paul L. Guenther.
Environmental Science & Technology (1995)
On-Road Vehicle Emissions: Regulations, Costs, and Benefits
Stuart P. Beaton;Gary A. Bishop;Yi Zhang;Donald H. Stedman.
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