Proceedings

Workshop on Agricultural Air Quality:
State of the Science

Bolger Conference Center
Potomac, Maryland, USA

June 5-8, 2006

Edited by:

Viney P. Aneja
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA

William H. Schlesinger
Duke University, Durham, NC, USA

Raymond Knighton
US Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC, USA

Greg Jennings
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA

Dev Niyogi
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA

Wendell Gilliam
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA

Clifford S. Duke
Ecological Society of America, Washington, DC, USA

 

Sponsors

CONTENTS

Preface
Foreword
Acknowledgements

Oral Presentations
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Agricultural Emissions (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 1-30

Ammonia Emissions from Agriculture and Other Sources (page 2)
Ross Strader and Cliff Davidson*

Measuring and Modeling Gaseous NH 3 and Aerosol NH 4 at the Regional Scale, How Does Ambient Concentration Respond to Emission controls? (page 3)
David Fowler*, Jennifer Muller, Yuk Sim Tang, Tony Dore, Massimo Vieno, Rognvald I. Smith, Eiko Nemitz, Mark Sutton, and Jan Willem Erisman

Odor Emissions and Chemical Analysis of Odorous Compounds from Animal Buildings (page 4)
Larry D. Jacobson*, Jacek A. Koziel, Steven J. Hoff, Albert J. Heber, and David B. Parker

Effects of Reduced Crude Protein Diets on Gaseous Emissions and Swine Performance (page 15)
Wendy Powers*, Sarah Bastyr, Brian Kerr, C. Rosalina Angel, and Todd Applegate

Detection and Enumeration of Airborne Microbial Pathogens Associated with Swine Farms in North Carolina (page 18)
Otto D. Simmons, III* , Christina A. Likirdopulos, GwangPyo Ko, Shabnam Qureshi, and Mark D. Sobsey

Modeling and Regulating Ammonia Emissions (page 24)
Nick Hutchings*, Hilde Fagerli, Willem Asman, Tom Misselbrook, Rob Pinder, and Jim Webb

International Perspectives (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 31-68

The Study and Regulation of Agricultural Air Quality in the U.S. (page 32)
Albert Heber* and Bill Bogan

Agricultural Air Quality in Europe and the Future Perspectives (page 36)
Jan Willem Erisman*, Albert Bleeker, Arjan Hensen, and Alex Vermeulen

Air Quality and Agriculture: The Role of Global Drylands (page 39)
Ian Galbally*, Wayne V. Kristine , C.P. (Mick) Meyer, , and Ying Ping Wang

Role of Agricultural Ammonia Emissions in Formation of Secondary Particulate Matter (page 53)
Mukesh Sharma*, Shyam Kishore, S.N. Tripathi and S.N. Behera

Has Livestock Introduction Changed Nitrogen Openness in Southern South America? (page 55)
Gervasio Piñeiro*, José M. Paruelo, Martín Oesterheld, Esteban G. Jobbagy, Amy T. Austin, and Robert B. Jackson

Agricultural Best Management Practices in Denmark (page 56)
Søren Pedersen*

Scaling: Field Experiments and Measurements (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 69-92

Observing Air Quality from Space: From Research To Decision Support (page 70)
Phil DeCola, D.J. Lary, L.C. Sparling, R. Cohen, C.P. Loughner

Measurement and Analysis of Ammonia and Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions from an Anaerobic Swine Waste Treatment Lagoon and Confinement Building in North Carolina (page 71)
Jessica Blunden*, Viney P. Aneja, and Philip W. Westerman

Gas Exchange between Canopy and Atmosphere (page 80)
O.T. Denmead

The Surface Boundary Layer of a Cattle Feedlot: Implications for Long-term Measurement of Ammonia Fluxes (page 87)
Jay M. Ham*, Kristen Baum, and J.M. DeRouchey

An Integrated Approach to Measuring Emissions from Confined Animal Feeding Operations at the Whole Facility Scale (page 88)
Gail E. Bingham, Jerry L. Hatfield*, John H. Prueger, Thomas D. Wilkerson, Vladimir V. Zavyalov, Richard L. Pfeiffer, Lawrence Hipps, Randal S. Martin, Philip J. Silva, and W. Eichinger

New Measurement Protocol for the Determination of NH 3 Emission Factors from Animal Houses in the Netherlands (page 90)
J. Mosquera-Losada* and N.W.M. Ogink

Impacts: Fate and Deposition (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 93-104

Trends of Nitrogen and Sulfur in U.S. Precipitation the Roles of Combustion-Related and Agricultural Emissions (page 94)
Van C. Bowersox* and Chris M.B. Lehmann

Reactive Nitrogen Species and Nitrogen Deposition in the North China Plain (page 97)
Jenny Kopsch*, Xuejun Liu, Ying Zhang, Chun'E He, Jianlin Shen, Jürgen Franzaring, Andreas Fangmeier, and Fusuo Zhang

Dry Deposition of Ammonia in the Vicinity of a Swine Production Facility (page 101)
John T. Walker* and Wayne Robarge

Biogeochemical and Ecological Impacts and Ramifications of Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition to Estuarine and Coastal Waters (page 102)
Hans W. Paerl , David R, Whitall*, Benjamin L. Peierls, and Robin L. Dennis

The Fate and Transport of Ammonia at the Local to Regional Level (page 103)
Robin L. Dennis*, Rohit Mathur, Donna Schwede, John T. Walker, and Wayne Robarge

Air Quality: Policies and Standards (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 105-122

The Evolution of Agricultural Air Quality Regulations (page 106)
Julia Lester* 106

Agriculture and the Clean Air Act (page 111)
Sally Shaver*

Regulating Air Pollutants Emitted by Agricultural Operations (page 112)
Calvin B. Parnell, Jr.*

Voluntary Versus Regulatory Agricultural Air Quality Management Policies: Proactive is Better than Reactive (page 113)
Joseph Rudek

Implications of PM Coarse Federal Air Quality Standard for Agriculture (page 114)
David Lauer

Biomass: Burning, Decomposition (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 123-132

Considerations for Biomass Burning in Wildlands and Agriculture (page 124)
Allen Riebau*

Global Scale Analysis of the Atmospheric Impact of Fire Emissions (page 125)
Prasad Kasibhatla*, Quanlin Li, James Randerson, Guido van der Werf, Louis Giglio, and Jim Collatz

An Air Quality Impacts Planning Tool (page 126)
Narasimhan Larkin*, Robert Solomon, Susan O'Neill, and Sue Ferguson

Modeling Air Quality Effects of Prescribed Burn in Georgia with CMAQ-Daysmoke (page 129)
Yongqiang Liu*, Gary Achtemeier, and Scott Goodrick

Remotely Sensed Measurements of Air Quality Emissions from Agricultural Biomass Burning in the Contiguous United States (page 132)
Stefania Korontzi*, Jessica McCarty, and Chris Justice

Odor (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 133-158

Identification and Quantification of Odorants from Livestock Production by Sampling on Adsorption Tubes and Analysis by Thermal Desorption and Gas Chromatography with Mass Spectrometry (page 134)
Anders Peter S. Adamsen*, Annette Schäfer, and Anders Feilberg

Characterization of Dairy Manure Odor Using Headspace Solid Phase Microextraction and Multidimensional Gas Chromatography - Mass Spectrometry - Olfactometry Analysis (page 135)
Yael Laor*, Jacek A. Koziel, Lingshuang Cai, Uzi Ravid

Quantification of Odor and Odorants at Swine Facilities and Assessment of Their Impact Downwind (page 136)
Susan Schiffman* and Brevick Graham

1000 Olfactometry Analysis and 100 TD-GC/MS Analysis to Evaluate Methods for Reducing Odour from Finishing Units in Denmark (page 138)
Merete Lyngbye*, M.J. Hansen, A.L. Riis, T.L. Jensen, and G. Sorensen

Analytical Challenges in Measuring Odorant Emissions from Animal Operations (page 153)
Laura L. McConnell* and Steven Trabue

Emissions Approaches and Uncertainties Crop (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 159-178

Uncertainties in the Current Knowledge of Trace Gas Emissions from Cropping Systems in the U.S. (page 160)
Sagar Krupa*, Fitzerald Booker, Van Bowersox, and David Grantz

Nitrous Oxide Emissions in the Northern Great Plains as Influenced by Cropping Systems and N Fertility (page 161)
Rick Engel*, Matt Dusenbury, Rosie Wallander, Perry Miller, Reynald Lemke

Aerosol Emissions from Field Planting Operations (page 169)
Britt Holmen* , David R. Miller, April L. Hiscox, Wenli Yang, Junming Wang, Theodore W. Sammis, and Rick Bottoms

In Field Assessments of Dust Generation of Harvesting Equipment (page 173)
D. Ken Giles*, Daniel Downey, and J.F. Thompson

Concentrations of Current-Use Agricultural Pesticides in the Air, Yakima County, Washington (page 174)
Andrew W. Ohrt, Paul D. Capel*, and Robert W. Black

Emissions Approaches and Uncertainties Animal (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 179-208

Global Inventory of Ammonia Emissions from Global Livestock Production and Fertilizer Use (page 180)
A.F. Bouwman, A.H.W. Beusen, K.W. Van Der Hoek, W.A.H. Asman, and G. Van Drecht

Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions from Southern Great Plains Beef Feedlots: A Review (page 186)
K.D. Casey*, D.B. Parker, J.M. Sweeten , B.W. Auvermann, S. Mukhtar, and J.A. Koziel

Emission of Nitrous Oxide from NE Dairy Farms and Agricultural Fields: Laboratory and Field Studies (page 189)
Olga Sigurindy, Marina Molodovskaya, Brian K. Richards, and Tammo S. Steenhuis*

Quantification of Gas, Odor and Dust Emissions from Swine Wean-Finish Facilities (page 195)
D.M. Sholly*, A.L. Sutton, B.T. Richert, A.J. Heber, and J. Scott Radcliffe

Estimating Annual NH 3 Emissions from U.S. Broiler Facilities (page 205)
Rich Gates*, Kenneth D. Casey, Eileen F. Wheeler, and Hongwei Xin

Developing Appropriate New Technologies (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 209-248

Novel FTIR and Laser Spectroscopy Methods for Measuring Trace Gas Emissions from Agriculture and Forests (page 210)
David Griffith* , Glenn Bryant, Matthew Tonini, Graham Kettlewell, Tom Denmead, Ray Leuning, Deli Chen, and Richard Eckard

Direct, Fast Response Measurements of Gas-Phase Ammonia (page 214)
Melody Avery* and James Plant

Use of Elastic Lidar to Examine the Dynamics of Plume Dispersion from an Agricultural Facility (page 215)
William Eichinger*, Dan Cooper , Jerry Hatfield, Larry Hipps, Jennifer Nichols, R. Pfeiffer, and John Prueger

Measurement of Volatile Sulfur Compounds Associated with Animal Feeding Operations (page 227)
Steven Trabue* and Kenwood D. Scoggin

Methodology for Measuring Gaseous Emissions from Agricultural Buildings, Manure, and Soil Surfaces (page 233)
Werner E. Berg*, Reiner Brunsch, H.J. Hellebrand, and Juergen Kern

A Methodology for Estimating Ammonia Emissions from Farm Manure Storage Using Passive Sampling and Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling (page 242)
Richard Hill*, Ken Smith, Keith Russell, Tom Misselbrook, and Siobhan Brookman 

Agricultural Air Quality Modeling (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 249-282

Cumulative Dispersion and Deposition Modeling of Many CAFOs: RTI's Methodology for Ammonia Gas and PM Fine as Applied to the Smithfield Settlement Agreement (page 250)
Marion Deerhake, Chengwei Yao, Jamie Cajka, Jeffrey Coburn*, and Randall Dodd, Sr.

Developing Manure-DNDC: Building a Process Based Biogeochemical Tool for Quantifying NH3 , CH4 and N2O Emissions from California Dairies (page 259)
Changsheng Li, William Salas*, Frank Mitloehner, Charles Krauter, and John Pisano

Considerations for Detailed Land Surface/Vegetation Representation in Air Quality Models (page 267)
Dev Niyogi*, Kiran Alapaty, Viney P. Aneja, Fei Chen, and Roger A. Pielke, Sr.

Measuring Gas and Odor Emissions from Swine and Dairy Manure Using a Microtunnel (page 268)
K. J. McDaniel*, D.R. Schmidt, B.C. Martinez, and C.J. Clanton

Validation of Odor Dispersion Measurements and Modeling (page 270)
Steven J. Hoff*, D. Bundy, Jay Harmon, Larry Jacobson, Dennis Schulte, Dave Schmidt, and Chris Henry

Best Management Practices (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 283-310

Vegetative Environmental Buffers to Mitigate Odor and Aerosol Pollutants Emitted from Poultry Production Sites (page 284)
Joe Colletti*, Steve Hoff, Janette Thompson, and John Tyndall

Attenuation of Biogenic Emission of CH4 and N2O from Agriculture Field (page 292)
S.N. Singh*

The Undercutter Method of Summer Fallow Farming to Reduce PM10 Particulate Emissions (page 293)
William F. Schillinger,* Douglas L. Young, and Brenton S. Sharratt

Assessment of the Ammonia Emission Abatement Potential for Distinct Geographical Regions and Altitudinal Zones in Switzerland (page 301)
Harald Menzi* and Beat Reidy

Evaluation and Management of Ammonia Emissions from Poultry Litter (page 304)
Philip A. Moore, Jr.*, Dana Miles, Robert Burns, Dan Pote, and Kess Berg

Economics (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 311-346

Designing Policy Instruments for Controlling Air and Water Emissions from Agriculture (page 312)
James S. Shortle*, Richard Horan, and Nga Nguyen

Reducing Ammonia Emissions from Animal Operations: Potential Conflicts with Water Quality Policy (page 319)
Marc Ribaudo*, Marcel Aillery, Noel Gollehon, Robert Johansson, and Nigel Key

Valuation of Air Emissions from Livestock Operations and Options for Policy (page 327)
Jhih-Shyang Shih*, Dallas Burtraw, Karen Palmer, and Juha Siikamaki

Shelterbelts and Livestock Odor Mitigation: A Socio-Economic Assessment of Pork Producers and Consumers (page 341)
John Tyndall* and Joe P. Colletti

The Role of Agricultural Emissions in European Air Quality Policy (page 345)
Zbigniew Klimont*, Markus Amann, Imrich Bertok, Rafal Cabala, Janusz Cofala, Chris Heyes, Frantisek Gyarfas, Wolfgang Schoepp, and Fabian Wagner

Particulate Matter (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 347-376

The Impact of Winter NH 3 Emission Reductions on Inorganic Particulate Matter under Present Day Conditions and Future Regulated Reductions (page 348)
Robert W. Pinder*, Alice B. Gilliland, and Robin L. Dennis

Concentrations of Nitrogen and Sulfur Species in the Gas and Particle Phases Downwind of Two Dairy Operations (page 350)
Taehyoung Lee*, Nichole Marcillac, Niall Hanan, Don Johnson, and Jeffrey L. Collett, Jr

Agriculture and Air Quality Airborne Particulate Matter (page 355)
Candis Claiborn*

Modeling Approach to Estimate PM10 Emissions from Pig Husbandry (page 359)
Angelika Haeussermann, Annamaria Costa, Jean-Marie Aerts, Eberhard Hartung*, Thomas Jungbluth, Marcella Guarino, and Daniel Berckmans

Particulate Matter Sampler Errors due to the Interaction of Particle Size and Sampler Performance Characteristics: Method 201a Stack Samplers (page 369)
Michael Buser* and Greg Holt

Using Global Model and Satellite Data for Air Quality Studies (page 370)
Mian Chin*, Thomas Diehl, and D. Allen Chu

Public Policy and Agricultural Air Quality (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 377-406

History of Conflicts Between Swine Farmers and Neighbors: The Response of the Law to Conflict (page 378)
Ryke Longest*

Ecological Indicators of Air Quality: Plans and Progress (page 389)
Ian T. Carroll* and Anthony C. Janetos

Agricultural Air Quality and Public Policy in Iowa (page 390)
Bryan Bunton*

A Life Cycle Approach to Policy Decisions on Swine Waste Management Impacts on Environmental Quality (page 393)
Michael Overcash* and Evan Griffing

Regulation of Ammonia from Agriculture in Denmark Concept and Methodology (page 396)
Ole Hertel* , Camilla Geels, Per Løfstrøm, Lise Marie Frohn, Jan Frydendall, Carsten Ambelas Skjøth, Jesper Bak, Steen Gyldenkærne, M. Hvidberg, and Lars Moseholm

Evidence of Enhanced Atmospheric Ammoniacal Nitrogen in Hell's Canyon National Recreation Area: Implications for Natural and Cultural Resources (page 404)
Linda Geiser*, Andrjez Bytnerowicz, Anne Ingersoll, and Scott Copeland

Agricultural Air Quality Perspectives (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 407-440

Overview of the National Air Emissions Monitoring Study (NAEMS) (page 408)
John Thorne*

Agricultural Air Quality at NRCS (page 409)
Margaret Walsh* , Greg Johnson, Ron Heavner, Roel Viniing, Greg Zwicke, and Susan O'Neill

Use of Collaborative Partnerships to Address Environmental Impacts of Agriculture (page 414)
Rick Sprott* , Bryce Bird, George Hopkin, and Mark Petersen

Modeling Agricultural Air Quality: Current Status, Major Challenges, and Outlook (page 428)
Yang Zhang* , Shiang-Yuh Wu, Jianlin Hu, Srinath Krishnan, Kai Wang, Ashley Queen, Viney P. Aneja, and Pal Arya

Implications of Proposed PM Coarse National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) on Agricultural Sources (page 433)
Bryan W. Shaw* , Ron E. Lacey, and William Brock Faulkner

Environmental Load of Ammonia in the Vicinity of Livestock Enterprises (page 434)
Torsten Hinz*

Posters (*indicates presenting author. Posters are listed alphabetically by presenting author.)

Authors A-B (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 441-532

Foliar Nitrogen Status and Growth of Plants Exposed to Atmospheric Ammonia (NH 3 ) (page 442)
Adrizal*, Paul Patterson, R. Hulet, and R. Bates

P lant Foliar N and Temperature on Commercial Poultry Farms in Pennsylvania (page 453)
Paul Patterson, Adrizal*, R. Hulet, R. Bates, C. Myers, G. Martin, R. Shockey, and M. van der Grinten

An Assessment of the Role of Terrain and Land Cover in the Development of Local Wind Flow Patterns: Development and Validation of the Land Use/Land Cover Dataset (page 458)
Joseph G. Alfieri*, Dev Niyogi, Margaret A. LeMone, Fei Chen, Souleymane Fall

Dietary Modification to Reduce Air Emissions from Broiler Chickens (page 460)
Rosalina Angel*, Wendy Powers, S. Bastyr, W. Wu, and Todd Applegate

Total Nitrogen Deposition on Land in the Northeastern Part of Romania (page 464)
Cecilia Arsene*, Romeo-Iulian Olariu, Kalliopi Violaki, and Nikos Mihalopoulos

How Do Property-Line Concentrations of Feedyard PM 10 Vary with Time of Day, Season, and Short-Term Weather Phenomena? (page 468)
Brent Auvermann*, K. Jack Bush, and Billy Chaffin

An Early Look at "Integrated Corral Management" as a BMP for Feedyard Dust Control (page 469)
Brent Auvermann*, Thomas Marek, and Graham Hartmann

Visibility Measures Can Be Used To Estimate Feedyard Dust Concentrations (page 470)
Brent Auvermann*

A Comprehensive Analysis of the Evening Dust Peak at Cattle Feedyards (page 471)
Brent Auvermann*, Bryan W. Shaw, and Todd E. Stiggins

Ammonia Emissions and Dry Deposition Studies at Some Hog Farms in North Carolina (page 472)
Kanwardeep S. Bajwa*, S. Pal Arya, and Viney P. Aneja

Odor Emission Reduction from Enclosed Growing-Finishing Pig House Using Different Biofilter Media (page 478)
J.I. Song, Y.H. Yoo, T.I. Kim, Antonio J. Barroga*, H.C. Choi, J.W. Jeong, K.Y. Yeon, C.B. Yang, D.H. Kim, and J.W. Lee

A Field Survey on Concentration of Odor Compounds in Pig Buildings and Boundary Areas (page 481)
Y.H. Yoo, T.I. Kim, J.I. Song, Antonio J. Barroga*, J.W. Jeong, H.C. Choi, C.B. Yang, Y.K. Jang, H.J. Kim, and K.P. Song

The Effects of Coordinate Rotation Procedure on Eddy Covariance and Relaxed Eddy Accumulation Flux Measurements (page 486)
Kristen A. Baum* and Jay M. Ham

Ammonia Emissions from the Application of Dairy Effluent (page 487)
Matt Beene*, Charles F. Krauter, and Dave Goorahoo

Improved Temporal Resolution in Process Modeling of Nitrogen Trace Gas Emissions (page 489)
Jessica Beuning* and Bill Van Heyst

Effects of Acidifying Liquid Cattle Manure with Nitric or Lactic Acid on Gaseous Emissions (page 492)
Werner E. Berg*, Meno Tuerk, and Hans J. Hellebrand

Real-Time Monitoring of Air Pollution Due to Wildland Fires, Using a Meso-scale Model (page 499)
Sanjeeb Bhoi* and John J. Qu

Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Agricultural Soils (page 500)
Pavol Bielek*

Measurement and Modeling of Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions Across the Gas-Liquid Interface of an Anaerobic Swine Waste Treatment Lagoon (page 505)
Jessica Blunden*, Viney P. Aneja, John H. Overton

Characterization of Non-Methane Volatile Organic Compounds at Five Confined Animal Feeding Operations in North Carolina (page 510)
Jessica Blunden*, Viney P. Aneja, and William A. Lonneman

Changes of Climate, Air Pollution, and Growing Season in Correlation with Changes of Sun Activities (page 521)
Horst Borchert*

Authors C (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 533-559

Evaluation of Zeolite for Control of Odorants Emissions from Simulated Poultry Manure Storage (page 533)
Lingshuang Cai*, Jacek Koziel, Yi Liang, and Hongwei Xin

Correlation of Meteorological Data to Nitrogen Mass Balance of Broiler Production as Influenced by Litter Age (page 535)
John Carey* and C.D. Coufal

Elemental Compositions of PM 2.5 in Ambient Air Downwind of Agricultural Operations in California's San Joaquin Valley (page 538)
Omar F. Carvacho*, Lowell L. Ashbaugh, and Robert G. Flocchini

Comparison of Measured Estimates of Annual Ammonia Emissions from Poultry Production Facilities with Mass Balance Modeling Approaches (page 542)
K.D. Casey*, A.J. Pescatore, R.S. Gates, H. Xin, Y. Liang, and E.F. Wheeler

Carbon Dioxide and Nitrous Oxide Fluxes in Organic, No Till and Conventional Till Cropping Systems (page 546)
Michel Cavigelli*, John White, Larry Sikora, Greg McCarty, Peter Groffman

Characterization of Skatole-Producing Microbial Populations in Enriched Swine Lagoon Slurry (page 547)
Kim Cook* and John Loughrin*

Agriculture Air Emissions and Impacts in and near the Umatilla Indian Reservation (page 552)
John L. Cox*, Rico Cruz, Barbara Harper, Tom Bailor, Stuart Harris, Ted Repasky and Rod Skeen

Identifying and Addressing Social Constraints Involved With the Use of Prescribed Fire in Forest Ecosystems of the Ouachita and Ozark Regions in Arkansas (page 555)
Janean H. Creighton, Hal O. Liechty, Rebecca Montgomery, Matthew Pelkki, and Tamara Walkingstick

First Biomonitoring Study of Agricultural Originating Atmospheric Pollutants in Romania (page 558)
Simona Cucu-Man*, Doina Dragan, Raluca Mocanu, Adrian Covaci, and Eiliv Steinnes

Nitrogen Deposition via Atmosphera in Rural Zones in Cuba (page 559)
Osvaldo Cuesta-Santos*, Arnaldo Collazo, Maria Gonzalez, Patricia Castellanos, and Antonio Wallo

Authors D-F (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 560-600

WATER9 - An Air Emission Model for Animal Feeding Operations - Software for Both Field Agents and Comprehensive Scientific Research (page 560)
Marion Deerhake,* Clark Allen, and Sharon Nizich

Evaluation and Discussion of Ambient Ammonia Monitoring Networks and How They Can Benefit Regional Haze Reduction Planning (page 563)
Marion Deerhake,* Cary Eaton, and Jeffrey Coburn

Using Ecosystem Models to Inventory and Mitigate Environmental Impacts of Agriculture (page 571)
Stephen Del Grosso*, William Parton, Dennis Ojima, and Arvin Mosier.  

Impacts of Acid-Sulfate Soils on Air Quality (page 575)
O.T. Denmead*, B.C.T. Macdonald, I. White, R. Reilly, A. Kinsela, M.D. Melville, D.W.T Griffith and G. Bryant

Micrometeorological Methods for Estimating Surface Fluxes from Geologically Stored CO2 at Scales 1 - 1000 m (page 583)
Ray Leuning, O.T. Denmead*, and David Etheridge

Variations in Particle Composition and Size Distributions in and around a Deep Pit Swine Operation (page 584)
Philip J. Silva, Randal S. Martin, Vishal Doshi, Kori Moore, and Mark Erupe*

Comparison of Dispersion Models for Ammonia Emissions from a Ground Level Area Source (page 586)
William Brock Faulkner* , Jacob J. Powell, Jennifer M. Lange, Bryan W. Shaw, Ron E. Lacey, and Calvin B. Parnell

Monitoring Odour Abatement Technology by Means of Membrane Inlet Mass Spectrometry (MIMS) (page 587)
Anders Feilberg*, Merete Lyngbye, Annette Schäfer, Anders Peter S. Adamsen, Arne Grønkjær Hansen

Understanding Biogenic GHG Emissions Using Long Path Fourier Transform Spectroscopy (LPFTS) (page 593)
Nils Semmler, Chris Ferguson*, and Tom Hutchinson

Presence of Heavy Metals, Dioxin-like PCBs and Mercury in Fruit and Vegetables and Assessment of Air Quality in the Catania Territory (page 599)
Margherita Ferrante,* E. Alonzo, R. Fallico, F. Platania, R. Di Mauro, L. Valenti, M. Fiore, M.V. Brundo, G. Oliveri Conti, G. Carpinteri, and Salvatore Sciacca

Authors G (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 601-656

Budget Estimates of Indoor Air Pollutants from Solid Biomass Fuels Used in India (page 601)
Ranu Gadi*, Neelima Markanday, Amarjeet Kaur, T.K. Mandal, D.C.Parashar, and A.P. Mitra

Environmental and Management Drivers of Nitrous Oxide Emissions in Australian Agro-Ecosystems (page 604)
Ian Galbally*, C.P. (Mick) Meyer, Kevin Kelly, Frances Phillips, Fiona Barker-Reid, Will Gates, Peter Grace, Louise Barton, Bill Porter, Simon Bentley, Ray Leuning, and Richard Eckard

Efficacy of a Lagrangian and a Gaussian Model for Back Calculating Emission Rates from Feedyard Area Sources (page 605)
Geordie Galvin*, C. Henry, David Parker, Robin Ormerod, P. D'Abreton and Marty Rhoades

Monitoring System Design for the Southeastern Broiler Gaseous and Particulate Matter Air Emissions Monitoring Project (page 615)
Robert Burns, Hongwei Xin, Rich Gates*, Hong Li, Steve Hoff, Lara Moody, Doug Overhults, and John Earnest

Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) Implementation for the Southeastern Broiler Gaseous and Particulate Matter Air Emissions Monitoring Project (page 621)
Lara Moody, Hong Li, Robert Burns, Hongwei Xin, and Rich Gates*

Measurement, Analysis, and Modeling of Inorganic Fine Particulate Matter in Rural, Ammonia-Rich Areas in Eastern North Carolina (page 627)
Stephen Goetz*, Viney P. Aneja, and Yang Zhang

A PM 10 Emission Factor for Free Stall Dairies (page 628)
Lee Barry Goodrich*, Calvin Parnell, Saqib Mukhtar, and Sergio Capareda

Update on the National Air Emissions Monitoring Study (page 630)
Richard H. Grant* and Albert J. Heber

Vegetation Management in Future Ozone Climates (page 631)
David A. Grantz, Anil Shrestha, and Tim Prather

Agricultural Pesticides as Sources of VOC Precursors of Photochemical Ozone (page 641)
Peter G. Green*, Terry Cassel, Michael Kleeman, Robert Flocchini, and Richard Higashi

Predicting Dust Concentrations Downwind from Eroding Sites (page 643)
J.M. Gregory*, J.A. McEnery, and C.B. Fedler

Release and Measures to Reduce Generation of Dust in Fattening Pig Houses (page 647)
Gosta Gustafsson*

Authors H (Please click here to view a PDF containing the following presentations)

pages 657-774

NH 3 Emission from Pig Husbandry in Relation to Ventilation Control and Indoor Air Cooling (page 657)
Angelika Haeussermann, Thomas Jungbluth, and Eberhard Hartung*

Emissions of Particulate Matter (PM 10 ) from Housing Systems for Fattening Pigs (page 665)
Angelika Haeussermann, Thomas Jungbluth, and Eberhard Hartung*

Using Physical Models to Simulate Emissions from Anaerobic/Faculative Swine Manure Stabilization Ponds (page 669)
Douglas W. Hamilton*, Spencer L. Mann, Scott D. Carter, Jeffory A. Hattey, Babu Z. Fathepure, and David Demezas

Reducing the Risks of Pesticide Exposure via Atmospheric Transport (page 674)
Cathleen J. Hapeman*, Laura L. McConnell, Clifford P. Rice, Alba Torrents, John R. Prueger, Anubha Goel, Jennifer A. Harman-Fetcho, Ramona D. Smith, Krystyna Bialek, and Leticia Drakeford

Assessment of Crop Loss due to Cumulative Air Pollution Load in South West MP, India (page 677)
Krishna Haryani* and P.S. Dubey

Characterization and Abatement of Ammonia, Particulate, Pathogen and Odor Emissions from Egg Production Facilities (page 678)
Albert J. Heber*, Ji-Qin Ni, Sam Hanni, Lingying Zhao, Harold M. Keener, and Matt Darr

Nitrous Oxide Fluxes from Loamy Sand Soil in Northeast Germany Seasonal Variations and Influence of Nitrogen Fertilization, Precipitation, and Crop Types (page 682)
Hans J. Hellebrand*, Jurgen Kern, Annett Model, and Werner Berg

Carbon Monoxide from Composting due to Thermal Oxidation of Biomass: An Additional Pathway for CO in Agricultural and Forest Ecosystems (page 693)
Hans J. Hellebrand*, G.W. Schade, Christine Idler, and Jurgen Kern

Comparing Field Odor Assessment Methods with an Atmospheric Dispersion Model for Calibrating Setback Estimation Tools for Livestock Facilities (page 706)
Chris G. Henry*, D.D. Schulte, R.K. Koelsch, R.R. Stowell, N. Ebrahim, A.M. Parkhurst, and D.P. Billesbach

A Novel Concept for Modeling Odor Impact from Feedlots (page 720)
Chris G. Henry*, P.J. Watts, and P.J. Nicholas

Monitoring of Air Quality and Atmospheric Depositions in Background Areas in Denmark (page 724)
Thomas Ellermann, Helle Vibeke Andersen, Lise M. Frohn, Per Løfstrøm, J. H. Christensen, and Ole Hertel*

Effects of Technologies for Reducing Ammonia Pollution from Agriculture: Outline of an Environmental-Economic Framework (page 732)
Jesper S. Schou, Ole Hertel* , L. Martinsen, and K. Birr-Pedersen

Footprints on Ammonia Concentrations from Emission Regulations (page 736)
Carsten Ambelas Skjøth, Ole Hertel*, Camilla Geels, Per Løfstrøm, Lise Marie Frohn, Jan Frydendall, Thomas Ellermann, and Steen Gyldenkærne 

Atmospheric Emissions from a Deadstock Cremation Unit (page 743)
Bill Van Heyst* and Ping Wu

Air Quality and Emission Factors in Turkey Production (page 744)
Torsten Hinz* and Stefan Linke

Integrating Lidar and Atmospheric Boundary Layer Measurements to Determine Fluxes and Dynamics of Particulate Emissions from an Agriculture Facility (page 752)
Lawrence Hipps*, John H. Prueger, Jerry L. Hatfield, Gail E. Bingham, W. Eichinger, Thomas D. Wilkerson, Vladimir V. Zavyalov, Randal S. Martin, Philip J. Silva

Quantifying Aerosol Mass Remotely from Real-Time Lidar Measurements (page 756)
April L. Hiscox* and David R. Miller

Biofiltration of the Critical Minimum Ventilation Exhaust Air (page 760)
Steven J. Hoff* and Jay Harmon

A Novel Rapid Method for the Characterization and Identification of Aerosols: Multi-Elemental Scanning Thermal Analysis (MESTA) (page 765)
Y. Ping Hsieh* and Glynnis Buga

Ammonia Emissions and Their Implications on Fine Particulate Matter Formation in North Carolina (page 771)
Jianlin Hu*, Shiang-Yuh Wu, Yang Zhang, Viney P. Aneja, George Pouliot, Alice Gilliland, and Robert W. Pinder

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pages 775-874

Bactericidal and Antiviral Effectiveness of the Product 3B in the Treatment of Served Waters, Cattle Feces and Drinkable Water (page 785)
William J. Jimenez C.*, Edwin Martinez, David Martucci U. , Lewis Pozo, Juan C. Peralta, Ricardo Carrillo, Manzur Hassanhi, Argenis Mavarez, and Alfonzo Ramirez

The Use of Sodium Bisulfate as a Best Management Practice for Reducing Ammonia and VOC Emissions from Poultry and Dairy Manures (page 786)
Trisha Marsh Johnson*, Bernie Murphy, Randy Chick, Brian Fairchild, and Casey W. Ritz

Assessing the Impacts of Agricultural Biomass Burning on Visual Air Quality in Eastern Class I Areas Using a Multi-Sensor Approach (page 795)
Nikisa S. Jordan* and Jill Engel-Cox

Operational Weather and Air Quality Forecasts for Fire Applications (page 797)
Julide Kahyaoglu-Koracin* and Tim Brown

Photochemistry of Reservoir Species for Ozone-Destroying Halogens in the Stratosphere (page 801)
James S. Keller

Ecosystems Organic Matter Management Problems and Modern Agricultural Biotechnologies Application in the Southeastern Ukraine (page 804)
Mykola M. Kharytonov*, Maria O. Bagorka, Larisa B. Anisimova, Natalia P. Gritsan, Vladimir M. Makuha, and Vyacheslav I. Voloshyn

Chemical Composition of PM 10 at an Agricultural Site on the Outskirts of Delhi, India (page 809)
P.S. Khillare* and Tejveer Singh

Measurements of N2O Emissions from Agricultural Soils in Southwestern of Korea (page 811)
Deug-Soo Kim*

Trends in Agricultural Ammonia Emissions and Ammonium Concentrations in Precipitation over the Southeast and Midwest United States (page 816)
Stephen Konarik*, Viney P. Aneja, and Dev Niyogi

Remotely Sensed Measurements of Air Quality Emissions from Agricultural Biomass Burning in the Contiguous United States (page 823)
Stefania Korontzi*, Jessica McCarty, and Chris Justice

Characterization of Volatile Organic Compounds and Odors by I n Vivo Sampling of Beef Cattle Rumen Gas Using Solid Phase Microextraction and Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry-Olfactometry: Implications for Gaseous Emissions from Livestock (page 824)
Lingshuang Cai, Jacek Koziel*, Jeremiah Davis, Yin-Cheung Lo, and Hongwei Xin

Synthetic CAFO Odor Formulation; an Effective Technique for Validation of Odorant Prioritizations (page 826)
Donald W. Wright, David K. Eaton, Lawrence T. Nielsen, Fred W. Kuhrt, Jacek A. Koziel*, Lingshuang Cai, Yin-Cheung Lo, David B. Parker, Zena Buser

Field Monitoring at California Dairies to Model ROG and Ammonia Emissions (page 833)
Charles F. Krauter*, Dave Goorahoo, and Matt Beene

Modeling Study of Dry Deposition of Ammonia in North Carolina (page 834)
Srinath Krishnan*, Yang Zhang, Shiang-Yuh Wu, Rohit Mathur, and Viney P. Aneja

Condensed Tannin in Drinking Water of Cattle and Sheep to Reduce their Urine Urea Excretion and Subsequent Ammonia Pollution (page 835)
Scott L. Kronberg*

Test Results of the Use of a Wet Electrostatic Precipitator (WESP) for the Control of Gaseous Pollutants from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (page 838)
Prabhat Lamichanne, Tim C. Keener*, and Mingming Lu

A Biotrickling Filter for Removing Ammonia and Odour in Ventilation Air from a Unit with Growing-Finishing Pigs (page 844)
Thomas Ladegaard Jensen and Michael Jørgen Hansen*

Unjustified Enforcement of Regulations Based on PM Emissions for Laying Hen Operations (page 847)
Jennifer M. Lange*, Jacob J. Powell, B.W. Shaw, and C.B. Parnell

The BlueSky Smoke Modeling System for Prediction of Smoke Impacts (page 848)
Narasimhan K. Larkin*, Susan O'Neill, Robert Solomon, and Sue Ferguson

Study on Deodorization of Spraying System in Pig Farms (page 849)
Perng-Kwei Lei*, Hsien Hao Hsu, and Kuang-Wen Hsieh

Whole-Plant Regulation of Volatile Organic Carbon Emissions (page 855)
Manuel Lerdau* , Jennifer Funk, and Jose Fuentes  

A Southeastern United States Site Characterization Involving Black Carbon Aerosol Concentrations and Meteorological Variables at an Agricultural Site, Raleigh, North Carolina (page 856)
Jeffrey R. Lewitsky*, Dev Niyogi, Bill Barnard, Fred Semazzi, and Allen Riordan

The Sensitivity of Fine Particle Mass and its Chemical Constituents to NH 3 Concentration during an Intervention in Chicken Farming in the Lower Fraser Valley of British Columbia, Canada (page 858)
John Liggio, Shao-Meng Li*, Jeffrey Brook, Richard Leaitch, Gang Lu, Katherine Hayden, and Wayne Belzer

Effect of Litter Moisture Content on Ammonia Emissions from Broiler Operations (page 859)
Zifei Liu*, Lingjuan Wang, David Beasley, Edgar Oviedo, Gerald Baughman, and Mike Williams

Characterization of Odors, Volatile and Semi-Volatile Compounds Emitted from Swine Manure Using Solid Phase Microextraction and Multidimensional Gas Chromatography - Mass Spectrometry Olfactometry (page 861)
Yin-Cheung Lo*, Jacek Koziel, and Lingshuang Cai 

Assessment and Comparison of Annual Gaseous Emissions of Three Biological Treatments of Pig Slurry with a Storage-Spreading System (page 863)
Laurence Loyon*, Fabrice Guiziou, Pascal Peu, Sylvie Picard, Patricia Saint Cast, and Fabrice Béline

Compositional Identification of Odor Causing Compounds in a Dairy Farm (page 868)
Mingming Lu*, Fuyan Liang, Prabhat Lamichhane, and Eric Imerman

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pages 875-951

Efficacy of Vegetative Environmental Buffers to Capture Emissions from Tunnel Ventilated Poultry Houses (page 875)
George W. Malone*, Gary VanWicklen, Stephen Collier, and David Hansen

Establishment of Vegetative Environmental Buffers Around Poultry Farms (page 879)
George W. Malone*, Jay Windsor, and Dot Abbott-Donnelly, and Stephen Collier

Air Emissions from Dairy CAFOs: Multi-Scale Measurements and Process Based Modeling (page 881)
Nichole Marcillac*, N.P. Hanan, T.H. Lee, R.F. Follett, T.L. Stanton, J.L. Collett, Donald E. Johnson

A Boundary Layer Sampling Methodology for Measuring Gaseous Emissions from CAFOs (page 886)
Nichole Marcillac*, N.P. Hanan, T.H. Lee, R.F. Follett, Donald E. Johnson

Determination of Particle (PM 10 and PM 2.5 ) and Gas-Phase Ammonia (NH 3 ) Emissions from a Deep-Pit Swine Operation Using Arrayed Field Measurements and Inverse Gaussian Plume Modeling (page 890)
Randal S. Martin*, Vishal Doshi, and Kori Moore

Morphology of Sulfate-Nitrate-Ammonium-Proton Aerosol Particles at Low Relative Humidity (page 895)
Julie C. Schlenker, Thomas Rosenoern, and Scot T. Martin*

A Global Modeling Study of Aqueous or Crystalline Ammonium and Sulfate Particles in the Troposphere (page 896)
A.H. Hoffmann, J. Wang, D.J. Jacob , and S.T. Martin*

A Review of the State of the Science of Odor Assessment and Measurement (page 897)
Michael A. McGinley* and Charles M. McGinley

Agricultural Emissions of Greenhouse Gases in Croatia (page 910)
Milan Mesic*, Snjezana Fijan Parlov, Ferdo Basic, Ivica Kisic, Ivan Tursic, Zeljka Zgorelec, Krunoslav Sajko, and Ivana Vukovic

Concurrent Measurement of Litter Gas Flux and Nutrients with Air and Litter Properties in Poultry Houses to Improve Emission Estimates (page 914)
Dana McGee Miles*, Dennis E. Rowe, and Phillip R. Owens

Volatile Organic Compound and Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Dairy Cows, Waste, and Feed (page 921)
Frank Mitloehner*

Ammonia and Trace Gas Emissions from Organic Fertilizers Amended with Gypsum (page 923)
Annett Model*, Werner Berg, Hans J. Hellebrand, and Juergen Kern

Determination of Crop Specific Management-Related Background Flux Rates to Discriminate Fertilizer Induced Emissions (page 930)
Annett Model* and Hans J. Hellebrand

A Scenario of Agricultural Air Emissions: Bangladesh Perspective (page 934)
Mohammad Rois Uddin Mollah*

The Relationship Between Agriculture and Atmospheric Chemistry: A Historical Perspective (page 939)
Detlev Möller*

Estimating Nitrogen Loss from Livestock and Poultry Manure Using Nitrogen to Phosphorus Ratio (page 940)
Vinicius R. Moreira*

Seasonal and Spatial Variations of Ammonia Emissions from an Open-Lot Dairy Operation (page 943)
Saqib Mukhtar*, Atilla Mutlu, Sergio C. Capareda, Ronald E. Lacey, Bryan W. Shaw, and Calvin B. Parnell, Jr.

The Agricultural Risks in Zone of Heavy Metal Pollution Point Source (page 947)
Grigore Munteanu, Vera Munteanu*, Sorin Munteanu

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pages 952-1014

Biofilters Used to Reduce Emissions from Livestock Housing - A Literature Review (page 952)
Richard Nicolai* and Ryan Lefers

Isotopic and Back Trajectory Analysis on Rainfall Chemistry for Developing Source-Receptor Relationships in Fine Particulate Matter Formation (page 961)
Chris Occhipinti*, Viney Aneja, William Showers, and Dev Niyogi

Estimation of Wind Speed Frequency Distribution Application in Predicting Wind Erosion (page 965)
Olakunle Francis Omidiora*

Investigation of Source Regions and Temporal Variation of Ammonia over the Eastern Mediterranean Atmosphere (page 966)
Fatma Öztürk*, Nurettin Efe, Abdullah Zararsiz, and Gurdal Tuncel

Forecasting the Arrival of Soybean Rust in the Continental United States Using a High Resolution Mesoscale Model and a Dispersion/Deposition Model (page 967)
Robert Pasken*, Joseph Pietrowicz and Zaito Pan

Ammonia Volatilization During and Following Dairy Slurry Application in the Field (page 977)
Elizabeth Pattey*, G. Edwards, X. Hao, D. Dow, B. Hill, Christophe Forget, and C. Chang

Exploration and Application of Statistical Methods to Identify Vegetation-Surface-Atmospheric Interactions Using Field Observations (page 978)
Sudeshna Paul*, Dev Niyogi, Joseph G. Alfieri, Pinhas Alpert, Fei Chen, Margaret A. Lemone, and Viney P. Aneja

Recovery of Malodorous Livestock Odors and Gases from Tedlar Sampling Bags Using Olfactometry and Thermal Desorption Tubes (page 979)
Zena L. Perschbacher-Buser*, David B. Parker, Glen Green, and Marty B. Rhoades

Spatial Variation of Ammonia Concentrations in and around Swine Confinement Operations (page 984)
Richard Pfeiffer*

Denitrification and Nitrous Oxide Fluxes from Frozen, Manure-Amended Soils (page 998)
Rebecca Phillips*

Ammonia Flux and Dry Deposition Velocity Estimated from an Intensively Managed Animal Agricultural Facility in North Carolina (page 1001)
Sharon B. Phillips*, S. Pal Arya, and Viney P. Aneja

Abating Ammonia Emission from Dairy Barns Through Feed, Herd and Bedding Management (page 1006)
Mark Powell*, Tom Misselbrook and Glen Broderick

Distortion of Turbulence in the Flow Field Surrounding an Agricultural Facility (page 1011)
John Prueger*, Lawrence Hipps, William Eichinger, and Jerry L. Hatfield

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pages 1015-1085

Impact of Precipitation Physics on CMAQ Wet Deposition Predictions (page 1015)
Ashley Queen*, Srinath Krishnan, Yang Zhang, Shiang-Yuh Wu, Jonathan Pleim, Shawn Roselle, and Robert Gilliam

Brickmaking in Agricultural Communities in Mexico: Distribution, Fuels Inventory, Emissions and Effects on Animals and Plants (page 1023)
Miguel A. Rea*, Eustolia Rodriguez-Munoz, Miguel A. Rico-Rodriguez, Ana Luz Anaya-Alonso, and David A. Grantz

Comparison of Models Used for the Calculation of National Ammonia Emission Inventories from Agriculture in Europe (page 1033)
Beat Reidy*, U. Dämmgen, H. Döhler, B. Eurich-Menden, F.K. van Evert, N.J. Hutchings, H.H. Luesink, Harald Menzi, T.H. Misselbrook, G.-J. Monteny, and J. Webb 

DYNAMO: An Ammonia Emission Calculation Model and Its Application for the Swiss Ammonia Emission Inventory (page 1036)
Beat Reidy* and Harald Menzi

Effect of Air Pollution on Crop Productivity in China: Application of an Agricultural Ecosystem Model (AEM) (page 1038)
Wei Ren*, Hanqin Tian, and Mingliang Liu

New Standards for Odour Emissions from Pig Facilities in Denmark (page 1039)
Anders Leegaard Riis* 

A Simple Estimate of Nitrogen Deposition Across a Region of Variable Ammonia Emission Density (page 1044)
Wayne P. Robarge* and John Walker

Monitoring Ambient Ammonia Chemistry in an Agricultural Region with a Low Density of Animal Production (page 1050)
Wayne P. Robarge*, John Walker, Arun Shendrikar, and Hoke Kimball

Carbon Dioxide Efflux from Poultry Litter Applied Soils under Conventional and Conservation Tillage Systems in North Alabama (page 1057)
Tiffany Roberson*, E.Z. Nyakatawa, K.C. Reddy and R.L. Raper

GHG Fluxes from Agriculture and Land-Use Change in Russia (page 1059)
Anna Romanovskaya*

Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Denitrification in Swine Manure Treatment (page 1070)
Joseph Rudek* and William Chameides

Ammonia Emission Fluxes from a Dairy: Stalls, Lagoons, and Slurry Application (page 1071)
Brian Rumburg*, George H. Mount, Brian Lamb, Hal Westberg, Jenny Filipy, David Yonge, Kristen Johnson, Ron Kincaid,

Characterizing Ammonia Emissions from Potential Environmentally Superior Technologies for Hog Farms in Eastern North Carolina (page 1076)
Ian C. Rumsey*, Viney P. Aneja, S. Pal Arya, D-S. Kim, W.P. Robarge, D. Dickey, L. Stefanski, H. Semungegus, H.L. Arkinson, K.S. Bajwa, W.W. Stephens, S.B. Goetz, L. Todd, K. Mottus, and C.M. Williams

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pages 1086-1174

Soil Carbon Dioxide Emission as Influenced by Irrigation, Tillage, Cover Crops, and Nitrogen Fertilization (page 1086)
Upendra Sainju*, Jalal Jabro, and William Stevens

Influence of Biogenic Organic Compounds from Crops and Plantation Forests on Ozone and Secondary Organic Aerosols (page 1099)
Tanarit Sakulyanontvittaya*, Jana Milford, Christine Wiedinmyer, Alex Guenther, Peter Harley, Detlev Helmig, Tiffany Duhl, John Ortega, and David Tanner

Monitoring the Precipitation Chemical Quality of Vaz Research Forest (North of Iran) (page 1100)
Ali Salahi*, Shirin Geranfar, Shahram Banej-shafii, and Ebrahim Azizkhani

Particulate Matter (PM 2.5 ) Emissions from Burning of Wheat Stubble and Kentucky Blue Grass in Eastern Washington and Idaho (page 1107)
Mark Schaaf, Maarten Schreuder*, William Johnston, Charles Golob, Ron Babbitt, and Ron Susott

Key Odour Compounds Identified from Animal Production Units Using Gas Chromatography-Olfactometry-Mass Spectrometry (page 1109)
Annette Schäfer*, Anders Feilberg, A. P. Adamsen, H. Scherrebech, and Anne Marie Nielsen

Assessment of Odour Annoyance by the Use of Dispersion Models and Odour Impact Criteria: A Sensitivity Study (page 1113)
Gunther Schauberger*, Martin Piringer, and Erwin Petz

Measuring Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions from Manure Samples in a Laboratory Setting (page 1122)
David R. Schmidt*, B.C. Martinez, and C.J. Clanton

Coupling Gaseous Ammonia, Fine Particulate Matter, and the Role of Precursor Transport in North Carolina (page 1124)
Curtis Scott* and Viney P. Aneja

Using Modeled Atmospheric Dispersion of Bioaerosols Emitted from a Planned Multi-Site Consumer Egg Production Facility to Consider Public Health Concerns (page 1125)
Jens Seedorf*

On-line Measurement of Airborne Particulate Matter with an Optical Particle Sizer in Three Different Laying Hen Husbandry Systems (page 1126)
Jens Seedorf* and T. Banhazi

Diurnal Variations of Ammonia and Hydrogen Sulfide Flux from a Dairy Manure Storage Pond in Idaho (page 1131)
Ron E. Sheffield* and Bruce Louks

Ammonia-Based Air Permits for Idaho Dairies (page 1132)
Ron E. Sheffield* and Bruce Louks

A Comparison of Ammonia Emission Rates Between a Tunnel and Sidewall Ventilated Broiler House (page 1136)
Ronald L. Siefert* and Joseph R. Scudlark*

Effect of Urease Inhibitor on Ammonia Emissions in Layer Houses (page 1138)
Anshu Singh* , W.D. King, K.D. Casey, Richard S. Gates, and A.J. Pescatore

Wet and Dry Deposition Studies at Remote, Agricultural and Urban Site of Semiarid Region of India (page 1140)
S.P. Singh*, P. Khare, K. Maharaj Kumari, and S.S. Srivastava

Current Issue State on Assessment of Chemical Composition of Precipitation and Its Impact on Regional Atmosphere Condition (page 1146)
Tatyana Smirnova* and Galina Tolkacheva

Influence of Agricultural Ammonia Emissions on Particulate Matter in Switzerland (page 1147)
Christoph Spirig* and Albrecht Neftel

The Dispersion of the Ammonia Plume from a Beef Cattle Feedlot: Airborne and Ground-Level Measurements (page 1153)
Ralf M. Staebler* , Shao-Meng Li, Cris Mihele, and Sean McGinn

Preliminary Evaluation for Ecosystem Acidification due to Agricultural Activities Dynamical Modeling Approach (page 1154)
Iveta Steinberga* and Lita Lizuma

Reduction of Ammonia Emissions from Swine Lagoons Using Alternative Wastewater Technologies (page 1155)
Ariel A. Szogi* and Matias B. Vanotti

An Integrated Assessment of the Spatial Variability in Ozone-Induced Agricultural Crops Losses from Nitrogen Oxides Emissions (page 1161)
Daniel Q. Tong*, Nicholas Z. Muller, Denise L. Mauzerall, and Robert O. Mendelsohn

Air and Groundwater Pollution in Turkish Mediterranean Coast (page 1162)
Semra G. Tuncel* and Nur Banu Özta-Emek

Methodological Study of Headspace Solid Phase Microextraction GC/MS Analysis of Odors Associated with Livestock Manure and Municipal Wastewater Sludge (page 1165)
Dikla Tweg*, Yael Laor, Uzi Ravid, Yona Chen, Rima Baybikov, Shlomo Kapua, and Ilan Halachmi

Mitigating Swine Odor with Strategically Designed Shelterbelt Systems: A Review (page 1166)
John Tyndall* and Joe P. Colletti

Financial Feasibility of Using Shelterbelts for Swine Odor Mitigation (page 1170)
John Tyndall* and Joe P. Colletti

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pages 1175-1257

Arkansas Swine Odor Survey (page 1175)
Karl VanDevender *

Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction and Credits from Implementation of Aerobic Manure Treatment Systems in Swine Farms (page 1178)

Matias B. Vanotti*, Ariel A. Szogi, and Carlos A. Vives Impact of Air Pollution on Agricultural Crops in India (page 1186)
C.K. Varshney*

The ClearSky Field Burning Decision Support System Project (page 1187)
Joseph K. Vaughan*, Kyle Heitkamp, Rahul Jain, and Brian K. Lamb

Nitrogen Losses from Organic Housing Systems for Fattening Pigs (page 1192)
Hans von Wachenfelt* and Knut-Håkan Jeppsson

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Stored Animal Manure in Cold Climates (page 1200)
Claudia Wagner-Riddle* , K.H. Park, R. Gordon, and V. Glass

Aerobic Composting as a Strategy for Mitigation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Swine Manure (page 1203)
Claudia Wagner-Riddle*, K.A. Kumudinie, K.H. Park, R. Fleming, and M. MacAlpine

Modeling Fugitive Dust Emissions in Pinal County, Arizona (page 1207)
Johann Englebrecht* and Kale Walch*

Dry Deposition of Ammonia in the Vicinity of a Swine Production Facility (page 1219)
John T. Walker* and Wayne Robarge

A Study of Gas/Particle Partitioning Using Inorganic Thermodynamic Equilibrium Modules and Data from the California Regional PM 10 /PM 2.5 Air Quality Study (page 1220)
Kai Wang*, Yang Zhang, Mark Z. Jacobson, Jinyou Liang, and Karen Magliano

Nitrogen Mass Balance for Spray Fields Fertilized with Liquid Swine Waste (page 1225)
S.C. Whalen* and J.T. DeBerardinis

Instrumentation Development for Monitoring Ammonia Emissions During Nutritional Trials in Dairy Freestall Housing and Under Laboratory Conditions (page 1229)
Eileen F. Wheeler*, Patrick A. Topper, Gabriella A. Varga, Neil Brown, Victoria Blanes-Vidal, A. Jud Heinrichs, Tom L. Richard, Robert E. Graves, Virginia Ishler, Geoffrey I. Zanton, Meghan L. Moody

Suits vs. Solutions: Incorporating Residents' Perceptions into Optimal Air Quality Policy (page 1236)
Sara Whitmore*, Jennie Popp, and Martin Redfern

AGLITE: A Multiwavelength Lidar for Aerosol (page 1238)
Thomas D. Wilkerson*, Gail E. Bingham, Vladimir V. Zavyalov, Jason Swasey, Jed J. Hancock, Blake G. Crowther, Scott S. Cornelsen, Christian Marchant, James N. Cutts, David C. Huish, Curtis L. Earl, Jan M. Andersen, and McLain L. Cox

Modeling Transport and Chemistry of Ammonia in North Carolina: Seasonality and Process Analysis (page 1245)
Shiang-Yuh Wu*, Jianlin Hu, and Yang Zhang

Effect of Diet on Air Emissions from Laying Hens of Different Ages (page 1247)
Wei Wu*, Wendy Powers, C. Rosalina Angel, C.E. Hale, III, and Todd Applegate

Role of Leaf Surface Water in the Bi-Directional Ammonia Exchange Between the Atmosphere and Terrestrial Biosphere (page 1250)
Yihua Wu*, John Walker, Christa Peters-Lidard, Donna Schwede, Robin Dennis, Wayne Robarge

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pages 1258-1306

Spatial Distribution of Ammonia Emissions on the Territory of the Czech Republic (page 1258)
Milos Zapletal* and Petr Chroust

Characterization of Particulate Emission from Animal Feeding Operations with Three-Wavelength Lidar Using Simultaneous In-Situ Point Measurements as Calibration Reference Sources (page 1263)
Vladimir Zavyalov*, Gail E. Bingham, Thomas D. Wilkerson, Jason Swasey, Christian Marchant, Christopher Rogers, Randal S. Martin, Philip J. Silva, and Vishal Doshi

Particulate Matter Emissions from an Ohio Belt-Battery Layer Barn (page 1274)
Lingying Zhao* , Teng T. Lim, Albert J. Heber, Huawei Sun, C.A. Diehl, J.-Q. Ni, P.C. Tao, and S.M. Hanni

Optimization of Air Sampling Strategies for Monitoring Ammonia Emissions from Poultry Layer Facilities (page 1286)
Lingying Zhao*, Albert J. Heber, Teng T. Lim, J.-Q. Ni, and P.C. Tao

Predicting NH3 Emissions from Manure N for Livestock Facilities and Storages: A Modified Mass Balance Approach (page 1287)
Harold M. Keener and Lingying Zhao*

Ozone Damage to Crops in Southern Africa: An Initial Modeling Study (page 1294)
Mark Zunckel*, Lisa Emberson, and Miles Sowden

Author Index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

Abbott-Donnelly, Dot - 879

Achtemeier, Gary - 129

Adamsen, Anders Peter S. - 134, 587, 1109

Adrizal - 442, 453

Aerts, Jean-Marie - 359

Aillery, Marcel - 319

Alapaty, Kiran - 267

Alfieri, Joseph - 458, 978

Allen, Clark - 560

Alonzo, E. - 599

Alpert, Pinhas - 978

Amann, Markus - 345

Anaya-Alonso, Ana Luz - 1023

Andersen, Helle Vibeke - 724

Andersen, Jan M. - 1238

Aneja, Viney P. - 961, 71, 267, 428, 472, 505, 510, 627, 771 , 816, 834, 978, 1001, 1076, 1124

Angel, C. Rosalina - 15, 1247, 460

Anisimova, Larisa B. - 804

Applegate, Todd - 15, 1247, 460

Arkinson, H.L. - 1076

Arsene, Cecilia - 464

Arya, S. Pal - 428, 472, 1001, 1076

Ashbaugh, Lowell L. - 538

Asman, Willem A.H. - 24, 180

Austin, Amy T. - 55

Auvermann, Brent - 186, 468, 469, 470, 471

Avery, Melody - 214

Azizkhani, Ebrahim - 1100

B (return to Index)

Babbitt, Ron - 1107

Bagorka, Maria O. 804

Bailor, Tom - 552

Bajwa, Kanwardeep S. - 1076, 472

Banej-shafii, Shahram - 1100

Banhazi, T. - 1126

Barker-Reid, Fiona - 604

Barnard, Bill - 856

Barroga, Antonio J. - 478, 481

Barton, Louise - 604

Basic, Ferdo - 910

Bastyr, Sarah - 15, 460

Bates, R. - 442, 453

Baughman, Gerald - 859

Baum, Kristen - 87, 486

Baybikov, Rima - 1165

Beasley, David B. - 859, 775

Beene, Matt - 487, 833

Behera, S.N. - 53

Béline, Fabrice - 863

Belzer, Wayne - 858

Bentley, Simon - 604

Berckmans, Daniel - 359

Berg, Kess - 304

Berg, Werner E. - 682, 923, 233, 492

Bertok, Imrich - 345

Beuning, Jessica - 489

Beusen, A.H.W. - 180

Bhoi, Sanjeeb - 499

Bialek, Krystyna - 674

Bielek, Pavol - 500

Billesbach, D.P. - 706

Bingham, Gail E. - 88, 752, 1238, 1263

Bird, Bryce - 414

Black, Robert W. - 174

Blanes-Vidal, Victoria - 1229

Bleeker, Albert - 36

Blunden, Jessica - 71, 505, 510,

Bogan, Bill - 32

Booker, Fitzerald - 160

Borchert, Horst - 521

Bottoms, Rick - 169

Bouwman, A.F. - 180

Bowersox, Van C. - 94, 160

Broderick, Glen - 1006

Brook, Jeffrey - 858

Brookman, Siobhan - 242

Brown, Neil - 1229

Brown, Tim - 797

Brundo, M.V. - 599

Brunsch, Reiner - 233

Bryant, G. - 575

Bryant, Glenn - 210

Buga, Glynnis - 765

Bundy, D. - 270

Bunton, Bryan - 390

Burns, Robert - 304, 615, 621

Burtraw, Dallas - 327

Buser, Michael - 369

Buser, Zena - 826

Bush, K. Jack - 468

Bytnerowicz, Andrjez - 404

C (return to Index)

Cabala, Rafal - 345

Cai, Lingshuang - 135, 533, 824, 826, 861

Cajka, Jamie - 250

Capareda, Sergio C. - 628, 943

Capel, Paul D. - 174

Carey, John - 535

Carpinteri, G. - 599

Carrillo, Ricardo - 785

Carroll, Ian T. - 389

Carter, Scott D. - 669

Carvacho, Omar F. - 538

Casey, K.D. - 186, 542, 1138

Casey, Kenneth D. - 205

Cassel, Terry - 641

Cast, Patricia Saint - 863

Castellanos, Patricia - 559

Cavigelli, Michel - 546

Chaffin, Billy - 468

Chameides, William - 1070

Chang, C. - 977

Chen, Deli - 210

Chen, Fei - 267, 458, 978

Chen, Yona - 1165

Chick, Randy - 786

Chin, Mian - 370

Choi, H.C. - 478, 481

Christensen, J.H. - 724

Chroust, Petr - 1258

Chu, D. Allen - 370

Claiborn, Candis - 355

Clanton, C.J. - 268, 1122

Coburn, Jeffrey - 250, 563

Cofala, Janusz - 345

Cohen, R. - 70

Collatz, Jim - 125

Collazo, Arnaldo - 559

Collett, Jeffrey L. Jr. - 350, 881

Colletti, Joe P. - 284, 341, 1166, 1170

Collier, Stephen - 875, 879

Conti, G. Oliveri - 599

Cook, Kim - 547

Cooper, Dan - 215

Copeland, Scott - 404

Cornelsen, Scott S. - 1238

Costa, Annamaria - 359

Coufal, C.D. - 535

Covaci, Adrian - 558

Cox, Jill-Engel - 795

Cox, John L. - 552

Cox, McLain L. - 1238

Creighton, Janean H. - 555

Crowther, Blake G. - 1238

Cruz, Rico - 552

Cucu-Man, Simona - 558

Cuesta-Santos, Osvaldo - 559

Cutts, James N. - 1238

D (return to Index)

D'Abreton, P. - 605

Dämmgen, U. - 1033

Darr, Matt - 678

Davidson, Cliff - 2

Davis, Jeremiah - 824

DeBerardinis, J.T. - 1225

DeCola, Phil - 70

Deerhake, Marion - 250, 560, 563

Demezas, David - 669

Denmead, O.T. - 80, 210, 575, 583,

Dennis, Robin L. - 102, 103, 348, 1250

DeRouchey, J.M. - 87

Di Mauro, R. - 599

Dickey, D. - 1076

Diehl, C.A. - 1274

Diehl, Thomas - 370

Dodd, Randall, Sr. - 250

Döhler, H. - 1033

Dore, Tony - 3

Doshi, Vishal - 584, 890, 1263

Dow, D. - 977

Downey, Daniel - 173

Dragan, Doina - 558

Drakeford, Leticia - 674

Dubey, P.S. - 677

Duhl, Tiffany - 1099

Dusenbury, Matt - 161

E (return to Index)

Earl, Curtis L. - 1238

Earnest, John - 615

Eaton, Cary - 563

Eaton, David K. - 826

Ebrahim, N. - 706

Eckard, Richard - 210, 604

Edwards, G. - 977

Efe, Nurettin - 966

Eichinger, William - 88, 215, 752, 1011

Ellerman, Thomas - 724, 736

Emberson, Lisa - 1294

Engel, Rick - 161

Englebrecht, Johann - 1207

Erisman, Jan Willem - 3, 36

Erupe, Mark - 584

Etheridge, David - 583

Eurich-Menden, B. - 1033

F (return to Index)

Fagerli, Hilde - 24

Fairchild, Brian - 786

Fall, Souleymane - 458

Fallico, R. - 599

Fangmeier, Andreas - 97

Fathepure, Babu Z. - 669

Faulkner, William Brock - 433, 586

Fedler, C.B. - 643

Feilberg, Anders - 134, 587, 1109

Ferguson, Chris - 593

Ferguson, Sue - 126, 848

Ferrante, Margherita - 599

Filipy, Jenny - 1071

Fiore, M. - 599

Fleming, R. - 1203

Flocchini, Robert G. - 538, 641

Follett, R.F. - 881, 886

Forget, Christophe - 977

Fowler, David - 3

Franzaring, Jürgen - 97

Frohn, Lise Marie - 396,724, 736

Frydendall, Jan - 396, 736

Fuentes, Jose - 855

Funk, Jennifer - 855

G (return to Index)

G.W. Schade, G.W. - 693

Gadi, Ranu - 601

Galbally, Ian - 39, 604

Galvin, Geordie - 605

Gates, Richard S. - 205, 542, 615, 621, 1138

Gates, Will - 604

Geels, Camilla - 396, 736

Geiser, Linda - 404

Geranfar, Shirin - 1100

Giglio, Louis - 125

Giles, D. Ken - 173

Gilliam, Robert - 1015

Gilliland, Alice B. - 348, 771

Glass, V. - 1200

Goel, Anubha - 674

Goetz, Stephen B. - 627, 1076

Gollehon, Noel - 319

Golob, Charles - 1107

Gonzalez, Maria - 559

Goodrick, Lee Barry - 628

Goodrick, Scott - 129

Goorahoo, Dave - 487, 833

Gordon, R. - 1200

Grace, Peter - 604

Graham, Brevick - 136

Grant, Richard H. - 630

Grantz, David A. - 160, 631, 1023

Graves, Robert E. - 1229

Green, Glen - 979

Green, Peter G. - 641

Gregory, J.M. - 643

Griffing, Evan - 393

Griffith, David W.T. - 210, 575

Gritsan, Natalia - 804

Groffman, Peter - 546

Grosso, Stephen Del - 571

Guarino, Marcella - 359

Guenther, Alex - 1099

Guiziou, Fabrice - 863

Gustafsson, Gosta - 647

Gyarfas, Frantisek - 345

Gyldenkærne, Steen - 396, 736

H (return to Index)

Haeussermann, Angelika - 359, 657, 665

Halachmi, Ilan - 1165

Hale, C.E. III - 1247

Ham, Jay M. - 87, 486

Hamilton, Douglas W. - 669

Hanan, Niall - 350, 881, 886

Hancock, Jed J. - 1238

Hanni, S.M. - 678, 1274

Hansen, Arne Grønkjær - 587

Hansen, David - 875

Hansen, Michael Jørgen - 138, 844

Hao, X. - 977

Hapeman, Cathleen J. - 674

Harley, Peter - 1099

Harman-Fetcho, Jennifer A. - 674

Harmon, Jay - 270, 760

Harper, Barbara - 552

Harris, Stuart - 552

Hartmann, Graham - 469

Hartung, Eberhard - 359, 657, 665

Haryani, Krishna - 677

Hassanhi, Manzur - 785

Hatfield, Jerry L. - 88, 215, 752, 1011

Hattey, Jeffory A. - 669

Hayden, Katherine - 858

He, Chun'E - 97

Heavner, Ron - 409

Heber, Albert J. - 4, 32, 195, 630, 678, 775, 1274, 1286

Heinrichs, A. Jud - 1229

Heitkamp, Kyle - 1187

Hellebrand, Han J. - 233, 693, 492, 682, 923, 930

Helmig, Detlev - 1099

Henry, Chris, G. - 270, 605, 706, 720

Hensen, Arjan - 36

Hertel, Ole - 396, 724, 732, 736

Hetchler, Brian P. - 775

Heyes, Chris - 345

Higashi, Richard - 641

Hill, B. - 977

Hill, Richard - 242

Hinz, Torsten - 434, 744

Hipps, Lawrence - 88, 215, 752, 1011

Hiscox, April L. - 169, 756

Hoff, Steve - 4, 284, 615, 270, 760, 775

Hoffmann, A.H. - 896

Holmen, Britt - 169

Holt, Greg - 369

Hopkin, George - 414

Horan, Richard - 312

Hsieh, Kuang-Wen - 849

Hsieh, Y. Ping - 765

Hsu, Hsien Hao - 849

Hu, Jianlin - 428, 771, 1245

Huish, David C. - 1238

Hulet, R. - 442, 453

Hutchings, N.J. - 24, 1033

Hutchinson, Tom - 593

Hvidberg, M. - 396

I (return to Index)

Idler, Christine - 693

Imerman, Eric - 868

Ingersoll, Anne - 404

Ishler, Virginia - 1229

J (return to Index)

Jabro, Jalal - 1086

Jackson, Robert B. - 55

Jacob, D.J. - 896

Jacobson, Larry D. - 4, 270, 775

Jacobson, Mark Z. - 1220

Jain, Rahul - 1187

Janetos, Anthony C. - 389

Jang, Y.K. - 481

Jensen, Thomas Ladegaard - 138, 844

Jeong, J.W. - 478, 481

Jeppsson, Knut-Håkan - 1192

Jimenez, William J. C. - 785

Jobbagy, Esteban G. - 55

Johansson, Robert - 319

Johnson, Donald E. - 350, 881, 886

Johnson, Greg - 409

Johnson, Kristen - 1071

Johnson, Trisha Marsh - 786

Johnston, William - 1107

Jordan, Nikisa S. - 795

Jungbluth, Thomas - 359, 657, 665

Justice, Chris - 132, 823

K (return to Index)

Kahyaoglu-Koracin, Julide - 797

Kapua, Shlomo - 1165

Kasibhatla, Prasad - 125

Kaur, Amarjeet - 601

Keener, Harold M. - 678, 1287

Keener, Tim C. - 838

Keller, James S. - 801

Kelly, Kevin - 604

Kern, J. - 233, 682, 693, 923,

Kerr, Brian - 15

Kettlewell, Graham - 210

Key, Nigel - 319

Khare, P. - 1140

Kharytonov, Mykola M. - 804

Khillare, P.S. - 809

Kilmont, Zbigniew - 345

Kim, D.H. - 478

Kim, Deug-Soo - 811

Kim, D-S. - 1076

Kim, H.J. - 481

Kim, T.I. - 478, 481

Kimball, Hoke - 1050

Kincaid, Ron - 1071

King, W.D. - 1138

Kinsela, A. - 575

Kisic, Ivica - 910

Kisore, Shyam - 53

Kleeman, Michael - 641

Ko, GwangPyo - 18

Koelsch, R.K. - 706

Konarik, Stephen - 816

Kopsch, Jenny - 97

Korontzi, Stefania - 132, 823

Koziel, Jacek A. - 4, 135, 186, 533, 775 824, 826, 861

Krauter, Charles - 259, 833, 487

Krishnan, Srinath - 428, 834, 1015

Kristine, Wayne V. - 39

Kronberg, Scott L. - 835

Krupa, Sagar - 160

Kuhrt, Fred W. - 826

Kumari, Maharaj - 1140

Kumudinie, K.A. - 1203

L (return to Index)

Lacey, Ron E. - 433, 586, 943

Lamb, Brian K. - 1071, 1187

Lamichanne, Prabhat - 838, 868

Lange, Jennifer M. - 586, 847

Laor, Yael - 135, 1165

Larkin, Narasimhan - 126, 848

Lary, D.J. - 70

Lauer, David - 114

Leaitch, Richard - 858

Lee, J.W. - 478

Lee, T.H. - 881, 886

Lee, Taehyoung - 350

Lefers, Ryan - 952

Lehmann, Chris M.B. - 94

Lei, Perng-Kwei - 849

Lemke, Reynald - 161

LeMone, Margaret A. - 458, 978

Lerdau, Manuel - 855

Lester, Julia - 106

Leuning, Ray - 210, 583, 604

Lewitsky, Jeffrey R. - 856

Li, Changsheng - 259

Li, Hong - 621, 615

Li, Quanlin - 125

Li, Shao-Meng - 858, 1153

Liang, Fuyan - 868

Liang, Jinyou - 1220

Liang, Yi - 533, 542

Liechty, Hal O. - 555

Liggio, John - 858

Likirdopulos, Christina A. - 18

Lim, Teng T. - 1274, 1286

Linke, Stefan - 744

Liu, Mingliang - 1038

Liu, Xuejun - 97

Liu, Zifei - 859

Lizuma, Lita - 1154

Lo, Yin-Cheung - 824, 826, 861

Løfstrøm, Per - 396, 724 , 736

Longest, Ryke - 378

Lonneman, William A. - 510

Loughner, C.P. - 70

Loughrin, John - 547

Louks, Bruce - 1131, 1132

Loyon, Laurence - 863

Lu, Gang - 858

Lu, Mingming - 838, 868

Luesink, H.H. - 1033

Lui, Yongqiang - 129

Lyngbye, Merete - 138, 587

M (return to Index)

MacAlpine, M. - 1203

Macdonald, B.C.T. - 575

Magliano, Karen - 1220

Makuha, Vladimir M. - 804

Malone, George W. - 875, 879

Mandal, T.K. - 601

Mann, Spencer L. - 669

Marchant, Christian - 1238, 1263

Marcillac, Nichole - 350, 881, 886

Marek, Thomas - 469

Markanday, Neelima - 601

Martin, G. - 453

Martin, Randal S. - 88, 584, 752, 890, 1263

Martin, Scot T. - 895, 896

Martinez, B.C. - 268, 1122

Martinez, Edwin - 785

Martinsen, L. - 732

Martucci, David U. - 785

Mathur, Rohit - 103, 834

Mauzerall, Denise L. - 1161

Mavarez, Argenis - 785

McCarty, Greg - 546

McCarty, Jessica - 132, 823

McConnell, Laura L. - 153, 674

McDaniel, K.J. - 268

McEnery, J.A. - 643

McGinley, Charles M. - 897

McGinley, Michael A. - 897

McGinn, Sean - 1153

Melville, M.D. - 575

Mendelsohn, Robert O. - 1161

Menzi, Harald - 301, 1033, 1036

Mesic, Milan - 910

Meyer, C.P. (Mick) - 39, 604

Mihalopoulos, Nikos - 464

Mihele, Cris - 1153

Miles, Dana - 304, 914

Milford, Jana - 1099

Miller, David R. - 169, 756

Miller, Perry - 161

Misselbrook, Tom - 24, 242, 1006, 1033

Mitloehner, Frank - 259, 921

Mitra, A.P. - 601

Mocanu, Raluca - 558

Model, Annett - 682, 923, 930

Mollah, Mohammad Rois Uddin - 934

Möller, Detlev - 939

Molodovskaya, Marina - 189

Monteny, G.-.J - 1033

Montgomery, Rebecca - 555

Moody, Lara - 621, 615

Moody, Meghan - 1229

Moore, Kori - 584, 890

Moore, Philip A. Jr. - 304

Moreira, Vinicius R. - 940

Moseholm, Lars - 396

Mosier, Arvin - 571

Mosquera-Losada, J. - 90

Mottus, K. - 1076

Mount, George H. - 1071

Mukhtar, S. - 186, 628, 943, 628

Muller, Jennifer - 3

Muller, Nicholas Z. - 1161

Munteanu, Grigore - 947

Munteanu, Sorin - 947

Munteanu, Vera - 947

Murphy, Bernie - 786

Mutlu, Atilla - 943

Myers, C. - 453

N (return to Index)

Neftel, Albrecht - 1147

Neilsen, Anne Marie - 1109

Nemitz, Eiko - 3

Nguyen, Nga - 312

Ni, J.-Q. - 678, 1274, 1286

Nicholas, P.J. - 720

Nichols, Jennifer - 215

Nicolai, Richard - 952

Nielsen, Lawrence T. - 826

Niyogi, Dev - 267, 458, 816, 856, 961, 978

Nizich, Sharon - 560

Nyakatawa, E.Z. - 1057

O (return to Index)

O'Neill, Susan - 126, 409, 848

Occhipinti, Chris - 961

Oesterheld, Martin - 55

Ogink, N.W.M. - 90

Ohrt, Andrew W. - 174

Ojima, Dennis - 571

Olariu, Romeo-Iulian - 464

Omidiora, Olakunle Francis - 965

Ormerod, Robin - 605

Ortega, John - 1099

Overcash, Michael - 393

Overhults, Doug - 615

Overton, John H. - 505

Oviedo, Edgar - 859

Owens, Phillip R. - 914

Özta-Emek, Nur Banu - 1162

Öztürk, Fatma - 966

P (return to Index)

Paerl, Hans W. - 102

Palmer, Karen - 327

Pan, Zaito - 967

Parashar, D.C. - 601

Park, K.H. - 1200, 1203

Parker, David B. - 4, 186, 605, 826, 979

Parkhurst, A.M. - 706

Parlov, Snjezana Fijan - 910

Parnell, Calvin B. - 112, 586, 628, 847, 943

Parton, William - 571

Paruelo, José M. - 55

Pasken, Robert - 967

Patterson, Paul - 442, 453

Pattey, Elizabeth - 977

Paul, Sudeshna - 978

Pedersen, K. Birr - 732

Pedersen, Søren - 56

Peierls, Benjamin L. - 102

Pelkki, Matthew - 555

Peralta, Juan C. - 785

Perschbacher-Buser, Zena L. - 979

Pescatore, A.J. - 542, 1138

Peters-Lidard, Christa - 1250

Peterson, Mark - 414

Petz, Erwin - 1113

Peu, Pascal - 863

Pfeiffer, R.L. - 88, 215, 984

Phillips, Frances - 604

Phillips, Rebecca - 998

Phillips, Sharon B. - 1001

Picard, Sylvie - 863

Pielke, Roger A. Sr. - 267

Pietrowicz, Joseph - 967

Pinder, Robert W. - 24, 348, 771

Piñeiro, Gervasio - 55

Piringer, Martin - 1113

Pisano, John - 259

Plant, James - 214

Platania, F. - 599

Pleim, Jonathan - 1015

Popp, Jennie - 1236

Porter, Bill - 604

Pote, Dan - 304

Pouliot, George - 771

Powell, Jacob J. - 586, 847

Powell, Mark - 1006

Powers, Wendy - 15, 460, 1247

Pozo, Lewis - 785

Prather, Tim - 631

Prueger, John - 88, 215, 752, 1011, 674

Q (return to Index)

Qu, John J. - 499

Queen, Ashley - 428, 1015

Qureshi, Shabnam - 18

R (return to Index)

Radcliffe, J. Scott - 195

Ramirez, Alfonzo - 785

Randerson, James - 125

Raper, R.L. - 1057

Ravid, Uzi - 135, 1165

Rea, Miguel A. - 1023

Reddy, K.C. - 1057

Redfern, Martin - 1236

Reidy, Beat - 301, 1033, 1036

Reilly, R. - 575

Ren, Wei - 1038

Repasky, Ted - 552

Rhoades, Marty - 605, 979

Ribaudo, Marc - 319

Rice, Clifford P. - 674

Richard, Tom L. - 1229

Richards, Brian K. - 189

Richert, B.T. - 195

Rico-Rodriguez, Miguel - 1023

Riebau, Allen - 124

Riis, A.L. - 138, 1039

Riordan, Allen - 856

Ritz, Casey W. - 786

Robarge, W.P. - 101, 103, 1076, 1219, 1250, 1044, 1050

Roberson, Tiffany - 1057

Rodriguez-Munoz, Eustolia - 1023

Rogers, Christopher - 1263

Romanovskaya, Anna - 1059

Roselle, Shawn - 1015

Rosenoern, Thomas - 895

Rowe, Dennis E. - 914

Rudek, Joseph - 113, 1070

Rumburg, Brian - 1071

Rumsey, Ian C. - 1076

Russell, Keith - 242

S (return to Index)

Sainju, Upendra - 1086

Sajko, Krunoslav - 910

Sakulyanontvittaya, Tanarit - 1099

Salahi, Ali - 1100

Salas, William - 259

Sammis, Theodore W. - 169

Schaaf, Mark - 1107

Schäfer, Annette - 134, 587, 1109

Schauberger, Gunther - 1113

Scherrebech, H. - 1109

Schiffman, Susan - 136

Schillinger, William F. - 293

Schlenker, Julie C. - 895

Schmidt, D.R. - 268, 270, 1122

Schoepp, Wolfgang - 345

Schou, Jesper S. - 732

Schreuder, Maarten - 1107

Schulte, D.D. - 270, 706

Schwede, Donna - 103, 1250

Sciacca, Salvatore - 599

Scoggin, Kenwood D. - 227

Scott, Curtis - 1124

Scudlark, Joseph R. - 1136

Seedorf, Jens - 1125, 1126

Semazzi, Fred - 856

Semmler, Nils - 593

Semungegus, H. - 1076

Sharma, Mukesh - 53

Sharratt, Brenton S. - 293

Shaver, Sally - 111

Shaw, B.W. - 433, 471, 586, 847, 943

Sheffield, Ron E. - 1131, 1132

Shendrikar, Arun - 1050

Shih, Jhih-Shyang - 327

Shin, Jianlin - 97

Shockey, R. - 453

Sholly, D.M. - 195

Shortle, James S. - 312

Showers, William - 961

Shrestha, Anil - 631

Siefert, Ronald L. - 1136

Sigurindy, Olga - 189

Siikamakim Juha - 327

Sikora, Larry - 546

Silva, Philip J. - 88, 584, 752, 1263

Simmons, Otto D. III - 18

Singh, Anshu - 1138

Singh, S.N. - 292

Singh, S.P. - 1140

Singh, Tejveer - 809

Skeen, Rod - 552

Skjøth, Carsten Ambelas - 396, 736

Smirnova, Tatyana - 1146

Smith, Ken - 242

Smith, Ramona D. - 674

Smith, Rognvald I. - 3

Sobsey, Mark D. - 18

Solomon, Robert - 126, 848

Song, J.I. - 478, 481

Song, K.P. - 481

Sorensen, G. - 138

Sowden, Miles - 1294

Sparling, L.C. - 70

Spirig, Christoph - 1147

Sprott, Rick - 414

Srivastava, S.S. - 1140

Staebler , Ralf M. - 1153

Stanton, T.L. - 881

Steenhuis, Tammo S. - 189

Stefanski, L. - 1076

Steinberga, Iveta - 1154

Steinnes, Eiliv - 558

Stephens, W.W. - 1076

Stevens, William - 1086

Stiggins, Todd E. - 471

Stowell, R.R. - 706

Strader, Ross - 2

Sun, Huawei - 1274

Susott, Ron - 1107

Sutton, A.L. - 195

Sutton, Mark - 3

Swasey, Jason - 1238

Swasey, Jason - 1263

Sweeten, J.M. - 186

Szogi, Ariel A. - 1155, 1178

T (return to Index)

Tank, Yuk Sim - 3

Tanner, David - 1099

Tao, P.C. - 1274, 1286

Thompson, J.F. - 173

Thompson, Janette - 284

Thorne, John - 408

Tian, Hanqin - 1038

Todd, L. - 1076

Tolkacheva, Galina - 1146

Tong, Daniel Q. - 1161

Tonini, Matthew - 210

Topper, Patrick A. - 1229

Torrents, Alba - 674

Trabue, Steven - 153

Trabue, Steven - 227

Tripathi, S.N. - 53

Tuerk, Meno - 492

Tuncel, Semra Gurdal - 966, 1162

Tursic, Ivan - 910

Tweg, Dikla - 1165

Tyndall, John - 284, 341, 1166, 1170

V (return to Index)

Valenti, L. - 599

van der Grinten, M. - 453

Van Der Hoek, K.W. - 180

Van der Werf, Guido - 125

Van Drecht, G. - 180

van Evert, F.K. - 1033

Van Heyst, Bill - 489, 743

VanDevender, Karl - 1175

Vanotti, Matias B. - 1155, 1178

VanWicklen, Gary - 875

Varga, Gabriella - 1229

Varshney, C.K. - 1186

Vaughan, Joseph K. - 1187

Vermeulen, Alex - 36

Vieno, Massimo - 3

Viniing, Roel - 409

Violaki, Kalliopi - 464

Vives, Carlos A. - 1178

Voloshyn, Vyacheslav I. - 804

von Wachenfelt, Hans - 1192

Vukovic, Ivana - 910

W (return to Index)

Wagner, Fabian - 345

Wagner-Riddle, Claudia - 1200, 1203

Walch, Kale - 1207

Walker, John - 101, 103, 1044, 1050, 1219, 1250

Walkingstick , Tamara - 555

Wallander, Rosie - 161

Wallo, Antonio - 559

Walsh, Margaret - 409

Wang, J. - 896

Wang, Junming - 169

Wang, Kai - 428, 1220

Wang, Lingjuan - 859

Wang, Ying Ping - 39

Watts, P.J. - 720

Webb, J. - 24, 1033

Westberg, Hal - 1071

Westerman, Philip W. - 71

Whalen, S.C. - 1225

Wheeler, Eileen F. - 205, 542, 1229

Whitall, David R. - 102

White, I. - 575

White, John - 546

Whitmore, Sara - 1236

Wiedinmyer, Christine - 1099

Wilkerson, Thomas D. - 88, 752, 1238, 1263

Williams, C.M. - 859, 1076

Win, Hongwei - 205

Windsor, Jay - 879

Wright, Donald W. - 826

Wu, Ping - 743

Wu, Shiang-Yuh - 428, 771, 834, 1015, 1245

Wu, Wei - 460, 1247

Wu, Yihua 1250

Wu, Shiang-Yuh - 1015

Xin, Hongwei - 533, 542, 615, 621, 824

Y (return to Index)

Yang, C.B. - 478, 481

Yang, Wenli - 169

Yao, Chengwei - 250

Yeon, K.Y. - 478

Yonge, David - 1071

Yoo, Y.H. - 478, 481

Young, Douglas L. - 293

Z (return to Index)

Zanton, Geoffrey I. - 1229

Zapletal, Milos - 1258

Zararsiz, Abdullah - 966

Zavyalov, V. - 88, 752, 1238, 1263

Zgorelec, Zeljka - 910

Zhang, Fusuo - 97

Zhang, Yang - 428, 627, 771, 834, 1015, 1220, 1245

Zhang, Ying - 97

Zhang, Yuanhui - 775

Zhao, Lingying - 678, 1274, 1286, 1287

Zunckel, Mark - 1294

Zwicke, Greg - 409