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  • Isoprene photooxidation: New insights into the production of acids and organic nitrates

    Authors
    H.G. Kjaergaard, P.O. Wennberg, F. Paulot, J.D. Crounse, J.H. Kroll, J.H. Seinfeld
    Journal
    Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
    Year
    2009
    We describe a nearly explicit chemical mechanism for isoprene photooxidation guided by chamber studies that include time-resolved observation of an extensive suite of volatile compounds. We provide ne... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Application of airshed modelling to the implementation of the New Zealand National Environmental Standards for air quality

    Authors
    Andy Sturman, Peyman Zawar-Reza
    Journal
    Atmospheric Environment
    Year
    2008
    Christchurch is one of New Zealand's cities that suffers from high levels of particulate pollution due to the use of wood-burning heaters in the winter months. Frequent exceedences of the National Env... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Evaluation of proposed winter PM concentration reduction strategies using the MM5 and CAMx4 modelling system - Christchurch, New Zealand, 2005-2013

    Authors
    Andy Sturman, M. Titov
    Journal
    Aerosol and Air Quality Research
    Year
    2008
    Mesoscale Model (MM5) and Eulerian Comprehensive Air quality Model (CAMx4) were used to evaluate dispersion of particulate matter (PM) generated by 'Total' emissions for Christchurch (New Zealand) for... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Evolution of biological dispersal corridors through a tectonically active mountain range in New Zealand

    Authors
    David Rowe, Dave Craw, C.P. Burridge, J.M. Waters, P. Upton
    Journal
    Journal of Biogeography
    Year
    2008
    Aim: To assess the geological evolution and biogeographical implications of low mountain passes. In particular, we question the common biogeographical belief that major mountain belts form impervious ... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE

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