Glenn M. Wolfe mainly focuses on Environmental chemistry, Analytical chemistry, Ozone, Atmospheric chemistry and Aerosol. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates elements of Nitrate and Troposphere. As part of the same scientific family, Glenn M. Wolfe usually focuses on Analytical chemistry, concentrating on Atmosphere and intersecting with Redox.
His studies deal with areas such as Photochemistry and Radical, Hydroxyl radical as well as Ozone. His Atmospheric chemistry research focuses on Formaldehyde and how it relates to Noon and Eddy covariance. His Aerosol research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Inorganic chemistry, Particulates and Aqueous solution.
Glenn M. Wolfe mostly deals with Atmospheric sciences, Ozone, Environmental chemistry, Troposphere and Aerosol. Glenn M. Wolfe combines subjects such as Atmosphere, Meteorology, Air quality index and Atmospheric chemistry with his study of Atmospheric sciences. His work focuses on many connections between Ozone and other disciplines, such as Carbon, that overlap with his field of interest in Total organic carbon.
His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Radical, Nitrate, Formaldehyde and Nitrogen. His Troposphere research incorporates themes from Methane and Analytical chemistry. The Aerosol study combines topics in areas such as Air pollution and Trace gas.
Glenn M. Wolfe focuses on Atmospheric sciences, Troposphere, Ozone, Aerosol and Air quality index. His studies in Atmospheric sciences integrate themes in fields like Current, Atmosphere, Satellite and Transect. The study incorporates disciplines such as Organic nitrates, Formaldehyde, Methane and Atmospheric chemistry in addition to Troposphere.
His work carried out in the field of Ozone brings together such families of science as Remote sensing and Trace gas. His work investigates the relationship between Aerosol and topics such as Air pollution that intersect with problems in Environmental protection and Secondary organic aerosols. His Pollutant study which covers Environmental chemistry that intersects with Nitrogen.
His primary areas of study are Atmospheric sciences, Aerosol, Ozone, Troposphere and Pollution. In his study, Cloud condensation nuclei, Sulfur and Dimethyl sulfide is inextricably linked to Atmosphere, which falls within the broad field of Atmospheric sciences. His Aerosol study frequently links to other fields, such as Biogeochemistry.
His Ozone research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Oceanography, Boundary and Air quality index. His Troposphere course of study focuses on Methane and Hydroxyl radical, Tropospheric ozone, Formaldehyde and Satellite. His study on Pollution is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Oxidizing agent, Air pollution, Environmental chemistry, Nitrogen oxide and Pollutant.
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A large atomic chlorine source inferred from mid-continental reactive nitrogen chemistry
Joel A. Thornton;James P. Kercher;Theran P. Riedel;Nicholas L. Wagner.
Insights into hydroxyl measurements and atmospheric oxidation in a California forest
J. Mao;J. Mao;X. Ren;L. Zhang;D. M. Van Duin.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2012)
The effect of varying levels of surfactant on the reactive uptake of N 2 O 5 to aqueous aerosol
V. F. McNeill;J. Patterson;G. M. Wolfe;J. A. Thornton.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2006)
Rapid deposition of oxidized biogenic compounds to a temperate forest
Tran B. Nguyen;John D. Crounse;Alex P. Teng;Jason M. St. Clair.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
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)
The oxidation of oleate in submicron aqueous salt aerosols: evidence of a surface process.
V. Faye McNeill;Glenn M. Wolfe;Joel A. Thornton.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2007)
Missing gas-phase source of HONO inferred from Zeppelin measurements in the troposphere.
Xin Li;Franz Rohrer;Andreas Hofzumahaus;Theo Brauers.
Organic nitrate chemistry and its implications for nitrogen budgets in an isoprene- and monoterpene-rich atmosphere: constraints from aircraft (SEAC 4 RS) and ground-based (SOAS) observations in the Southeast US
Jenny A. Fisher;Daniel J. Jacob;Katherine R. Travis;Patrick S. Kim.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2016)
The Chemistry of Atmosphere-Forest Exchange (CAFE) Model – Part 1: Model description and characterization
G. M. Wolfe;J. A. Thornton.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2011)
Formaldehyde Production from Isoprene Oxidation Across NOx Regimes
G. M. Wolfe;G. M. Wolfe;J. Kaiser;T. F. Hanisco;F. N. Keutsch.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2016)
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