His main research concerns Environmental engineering, Remote sensing, Exhaust gas, NOx and Remote sensing. He has researched Environmental engineering in several fields, including Automotive engineering, Diesel engine, Dynamometer and Diesel fuel. His research integrates issues of Nitrogen dioxide, Effects of high altitude on humans, Gasoline, Altitude and Truck in his study of Diesel fuel.
His research in Remote sensing intersects with topics in Air pollutants and Atmospheric chemistry. His Exhaust gas research incorporates themes from Meteorology and Ozone. His Remote sensing research includes elements of Carbon oxide and Urban area.
His primary areas of investigation include Remote sensing, Remote sensing, Environmental engineering, Meteorology and NOx. His Remote sensing study frequently involves adjacent topics like Atmospheric chemistry. Gary A. Bishop combines subjects such as Dynamometer, Exhaust gas, Diesel fuel, Road traffic and Fuel efficiency with his study of Environmental engineering.
His Diesel fuel study combines topics in areas such as Nitrogen dioxide, Truck and Gasoline. His research in the fields of Snow overlaps with other disciplines such as Automobile emission. His study in NOx is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Diesel particulate filter, Heavy duty and Vehicle-specific power.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in NOx, Environmental engineering, Diesel particulate filter, Meteorology and Gasoline. His work on Heavy duty expands to the thematically related NOx. As part of his studies on Environmental engineering, Gary A. Bishop frequently links adjacent subjects like Diesel fuel.
Gary A. Bishop has included themes like Snow and Vehicle-specific power in his Diesel fuel study. He works mostly in the field of Meteorology, limiting it down to topics relating to Light duty and, in certain cases, Exhaust emission and Remote sensing. His study brings together the fields of Air pollutants and Gasoline.
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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)
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)
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.
Motor Vehicle Emissions Variability
Gary A Bishop;Donald H Stedman;Lowell Ashbaugh.
Journal of The Air & Waste Management Association (1996)
An on-road motor vehicle emissions inventory for Denver: an efficient alternative to modeling
Sajal S Pokharel;Gary A Bishop;Donald H Stedman.
Atmospheric Environment (2002)
On-Road Emission Measurements of Reactive Nitrogen Compounds from Three California Cities
Gary A Bishop;Allison M Peddle;Donald H Stedman;Tao Zhan.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
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