Hal Westberg mainly investigates Deciduous, Atmospheric chemistry, Environmental chemistry, Flux and Troposphere. His Deciduous study also includes
He combines subjects such as Photochemistry and Trace gas with his study of Ozone. His research brings together the fields of Methane emissions and Environmental chemistry. His Troposphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biogeochemical cycle, Relative humidity and Formic acid.
His primary areas of study are Ozone, Environmental chemistry, Atmospheric chemistry, Environmental engineering and Canopy. His Ozone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Deposition, NOx and Air quality index. His Environmental chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Atmosphere of Earth and Effluent.
His research in Atmospheric chemistry intersects with topics in Photochemistry, Peroxyacetyl nitrate and Troposphere. His study in Environmental engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quality standard and Aerosol. His research in the fields of Tree canopy overlaps with other disciplines such as Flux.
His main research concerns Environmental engineering, Canopy, Ozone, Flux and Differential optical absorption spectroscopy. His work carried out in the field of Environmental engineering brings together such families of science as Environmental chemistry, Hazardous air pollutants and Aerosol. In his work, Hal Westberg performs multidisciplinary research in Environmental chemistry and Ambient air.
His Canopy research includes elements of Sensible heat, Mixed layer, Latent heat and Growing season. The concepts of his Growing season study are interwoven with issues in Western Hemlock and Emission inventory. His studies in Ozone integrate themes in fields like NOx and Vertical mixing.
Hal Westberg focuses on Planetary boundary layer, Mixing ratio, Environmental engineering, Volatile organic compound and Environmental chemistry. His study on Planetary boundary layer is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Urban area, Eddy diffusion, Diurnal temperature variation, Flux and Troposphere. Context, Diffusion, Methyl vinyl ketone, Advection and Methacrolein are fields of study that intersect with his Mixing ratio study.
His Environmental engineering study combines topics in areas such as Barn and Atmosphere, Atmospheric chemistry. His Volatile organic compound investigation overlaps with other areas such as Aerosol, Diesel fuel, Diesel exhaust, Aethalometer and Dimethyl disulfide. His work carried out in the field of Environmental chemistry brings together such families of science as Gas chromatography and Odor.
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Emissions of volatile organic compounds from vegetation and the implications for atmospheric chemistry
Fred Fehsenfeld;Jack Calvert;Ray Fall;Paul Goldan.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (1992)
Measurement of methane emissions from ruminant livestock using a sulfur hexafluoride tracer technique.
Kristen. Johnson;Mark. Huyler;Hal. Westberg;Brian. Lamb.
Environmental Science & Technology (1994)
A national inventory of biogenic hydrocarbon emissions
Brian Lamb;Alex Guenther;Hal Westberg.
Atmospheric Environment (1987)
A biogenic hydrocarbon emission inventory for the U.S.A. using a simple forest canopy model
B Lamb;H Westberg;T Pierce.
Atmospheric Environment. Part A. General Topics (1993)
Biogenic hydrocarbon emissions from deciduous and coniferous trees in the United States
Brian Lamb;Hal Westberg;Gene Allwine;Tim Quarles.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1985)
Isoprene fluxes measured by enclosure, relaxed eddy accumulation, surface layer gradient, mixed layer gradient, and mixed layer mass balance techniques
Alex Guenther;William Baugh;Ken Davis;Gary Hampton.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
Measurement of isoprene and its atmospheric oxidation products in a central Pennsylvania deciduous forest
Randal S. Martin;Hal Westberg;Eugene Allwine;Lynne Ashman.
Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry (1991)
Observations and modeling of the reactive nitrogen photochemistry at a rural site
M. Trainer;M. P. Buhr;C. M. Curran;F. C. Fehsenfeld.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
Estimates of regional natural volatile organic compound fluxes from enclosure and ambient measurements
Alex Guenther;Patrick Zimmerman;Lee Klinger;Jim Greenberg.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
Measurements of CO2 fluxes from the Mexico City urban landscape
Erik Velasco;Shelley Pressley;Eugene Allwine;Hal Westberg.
Atmospheric Environment (2005)
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