The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Aerosol, Total organic carbon, Particulates and Air pollution. The concepts of his Environmental chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Sulfate, Fraction, Chemical mass balance and Gasoline. His research integrates issues of San Joaquin, Coal combustion products, Spatial variability, Mineralogy and Analytical chemistry in his study of Aerosol.
He combines subjects such as Sampling, Inorganic ions and Filter with his study of Total organic carbon. Much of his study explores Particulates relationship to Gravimetric analysis. His Air pollution research includes themes of Environmental engineering, Atmospheric sciences, Seasonality, Air quality index and Coal.
His primary scientific interests are in Aerosol, Environmental chemistry, Particulates, Air pollution and Environmental engineering. His Aerosol study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sulfate, Atmospheric sciences, Mineralogy and Analytical chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Gasoline, Nitrate and Chemical composition as well as Environmental chemistry.
John G. Watson interconnects Hydrology, Waste management, Diesel fuel and Particle in the investigation of issues within Particulates. The Air pollution study which covers Air quality index that intersects with Pollution and Pollutant. His research brings together the fields of Organic matter and Total organic carbon.
Environmental chemistry, Particulates, Aerosol, Total organic carbon and Analytical chemistry are his primary areas of study. His studies in Environmental chemistry integrate themes in fields like Coal combustion products, Peat, Environmental engineering and Road dust. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gravimetric analysis, Air quality index, Hydrology, Air pollution and Inorganic ions.
His study with Aerosol involves better knowledge in Meteorology. John G. Watson has researched Total organic carbon in several fields, including Organic matter, Straw and Animal science. His research in Analytical chemistry intersects with topics in Wavelength, Spectrometer, Sulfate and Spectrum analyzer.
John G. Watson spends much of his time researching Total organic carbon, Environmental chemistry, Particulates, Environmental engineering and Aerosol. His study in Total organic carbon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bioaerosol, Indoor bioaerosol, Grain elevator, Straw and Animal science. His work investigates the relationship between Environmental chemistry and topics such as Organic matter that intersect with problems in Inorganic ions.
The Particulates study combines topics in areas such as Tailings, Gravimetric analysis, Wind speed, Soil water and Chemical speciation. His Environmental engineering study incorporates themes from Coal combustion products, Vehicular Emissions, Pollutant and Diesel fuel. His research ties Analytical chemistry and Aerosol together.
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Spatial and seasonal distributions of carbonaceous aerosols over China
J. J. Cao;J. J. Cao;J. J. Cao;Shun-cheng Lee;J. C. Chow;J. G. Watson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Characteristics of carbonaceous aerosol in Pearl River Delta Region, China during 2001 winter period
J.J Cao;J.J Cao;S.C Lee;K.F Ho;X.Y Zhang.
Atmospheric Environment (2003)
Characterization and source apportionment of atmospheric organic and elemental carbon during fall and winter of 2003 in Xi'an, China
J. J. Cao;F. Wu;J. C. Chow;Shun-cheng Lee.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2005)
Spatial and seasonal variations of atmospheric organic carbon and elemental carbon in Pearl River Delta Region, China
J.J Cao;J.J Cao;S.C Lee;K.F Ho;S.C Zou.
Atmospheric Environment (2004)
Winter and Summer PM2.5 Chemical Compositions in Fourteen Chinese Cities
Jun Ji Cao;Zhen Xing Shen;Judith C. Chow;John G. Watson.
Journal of The Air & Waste Management Association (2012)
Enteroaggregative Escherichia coli heat-stable enterotoxin 1 represents another subfamily of E. coli heat-stable toxin
Stephen J. Savarino;Alessio Fasano;John Watson;Brian M. Martin.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1993)
Enteroaggregative Escherichia coli heat-stable enterotoxin is not restricted to enteroaggregative E. coli.
Stephen J. Savarino;Annette McVeigh;John Watson;Alejandro Cravioto.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (1996)
Impacts of aerosol compositions on visibility impairment in Xi'an, China
Jun-ji Cao;Jun-ji Cao;Qi-yuan Wang;Judith C. Chow;Judith C. Chow;John G. Watson;John G. Watson.
Atmospheric Environment (2012)
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