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163. Aneja, V.P., P. Pillai, A. Isherwood, P. Morgan, and S. P. Aneja, 2014. “Particulate Matter Pollution in the Coal-Producing Regions of the Appalachian Mountains: Integrated Ground Based Measurements and Satellite Analysis”, Atmospheric Environment, in review.

162. Aneja, V.P., and W. H. Schlesinger, 2014. “Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Use of Ground Water”, Atmospheric Environment, in review.

161. Rasheed, A., V.P. Aneja, A. Aiyyer, and U. Rafique, 2014. “Characterization of Fine Particulate Matter (PMfine) in Urban Areas of Pakistan: An Observational-Based Analysis.”, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, in review.

160. Rasheed, A., V.P. Aneja, A. Aiyyer, and U. Rafique, 2014. “Measurements and Analysis of Air Quality in Islamabad, Pakistan”, Earth’s Future, 2, pp. 1-12,
doi:10.1002/2013EF000174. <pdf>

159. Rumsey, I.C., V.P. Aneja, and W.A. Lonneman, 2014. “Characterizing reduced sulfur compounds emissions from a swine concentrated animal feeding operation”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 94, pp. 458-466. <pdf>

158. Aas, W., Silvina Carou, Ana Alebic-Juretic, V. P. Aneja, Rajasekhar Balasubramanian, Haldis Berge, J. Neil Cape, Claire Delon, O. Tom Denmead, Robin L. Dennis, Frank Dentener, Anthony J. Dore, Enzai Du, Maria Cristina Forti, Corinne Galy-Lacaux,  Markus Geupel, Richard Haeuber, Carmen Iacoban, Alexander S. Komarov, Eero Kubin, Umesh C. Kulshrestha, Brian Lamb, Xuejun Liu, D. D. Patra, Jacobus J. Pienaar, Pedro Pinho, P. S. P. Rao, Jianlin Shen, Mark A. Sutton, Mark R. Theobald, Krishna P. Vadrevu and Robert Vet, 2014. “Progress in Nitrogen Deposition Monitoring and Modelling”, Nitrogen Deposition, Critical Loads and Biodiversity, DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-7939-6_4, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht, pp. 455-463. <pdf>

157. Aneja, V.P., W. Schlesinger, J.W. Erisman, S. Behera, M. Sharma and W. Battye, 2012. “Reactive Nitrogen Emissions from Crop and Livestock Farming in India”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 47, pp. 92-103.

156. Pillai, P., and V.P. Aneja, 2013. “An Analysis of Particulate Matter Concentration Using MODIS and CALIPSO Satellite Retrievals in Roda, Virginia”, (to be submitted).

155. Pillai, P., V.P. Aneja, J.T.Walker, and A.Khlystov , 2013. “Clear Sky Aerosol Radiative Forcing on Nucleation days at the Duke Forest Site, North Carolina”, (to be submitted).

154. Pillai, P., V.P. Aneja, J.T.Walker, and A.Khlystov , 2013. “Anthropogenic and Natural Influences on Particle Nucleation Event Days at a Forest Site in the Southeast U.S.”, (to be submitted).

153. Rumsey, I.C., V.P. Aneja, and W.A. Lonneman, 2013. “Measurement and analysis of reduced sulfur compounds emissions from a hog farm in eastern North Carolina”. (to be submitted).

152. Rumsey, I.C., V.P. Aneja, 2013. “Measurement, analysis and modeling of hydrogen sulfide emissions from a confined animal feeding operation”. (to be submitted).

151. Rasheed, A., V.P. Aneja, A. Aiyyer, and U. Rafique, 2013.Characterization of Fine Particulate Matter (PMfine) in Urban Areas of Pakistan: An Observational-Based Analysis.”, Atmosphere, in review.

150. Pillai, P., A.Khlystov, J.T.Walker, and V.P. Aneja, 2012.Observation and Analysis of Particle Nucleation at a Forest Site in the Southeast U.S.”, Atmosphere, <pdf>.

149. S. N. Behera, M. Sharma, and V.P. Aneja, 2012, "Ammonia in the Atmosphere, Its Emission, Fate, Deposition and Effects - A Review", Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, in review.

148. James, K. J. Blunden, I.C. Rumsey, and V.P. Aneja, 2012, “Characterizing Ammonia Emissions from a Commercial Mechanically Ventilated Swine Finishing Facility and an Anaerobic Waste Lagoon in North Carolina”, Journal of Atmospheric Pollution Research, in press.

147. Rudek, J. and V.P. Aneja, 2012, “Climate Vulnerabilities of the Swine Industry”, Climate Vulnerability, Elsevier Limited, Oxford  OX5 1GB,UK, in press.

146. Aneja, V.P., A. Isherwood, and P. Morgan. 2012.Characterization of Particulate Matter (PM10) Related to Surface Coal Mining Operations in Appalachia”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 54, pp. 496-501.

145. Rumsey, I.C., V.P. Aneja, and W.A. Lonneman, 2012. “Characterizing Non-Methane Volatile Organic Compounds Emissions from a Swine Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 47, pp. 348-357.

144. Aneja, V.P., A. Aiyyer, A. Hanna, U. Shankar, Z. Adelman, S. Arunachalam, S. T. Rao, R. Mathur, J. D. Mobley, V. Ramaswamy, V. Murali Krishna, Valli Manickam, M.P. Singh, J. Biswas and E. Upadhyay. 2012. “U.S. – India Collaboration on Air Quality and Climate Research and Education”, EM, Air and Waste Management Association, vol. March, pp. 30-36.

143. Rudek, J. and V.P. Aneja, 2011, “Emissions from Intensive Agriculture”, Air and Waste Management Association EM, July, pp. 14-18.

142. Aneja, V.P., W.H. Schlesinger, and J.W. Erisman, 2009, “Effects of Agriculture upon the Atmospheric Environment of the United States: Research, Policy and Regulations”, Environmental Science and Technology, vol. 43, pp. 4234-4240.

141. Aneja, V.P., W.H. Schlesinger, and J.W. Erisman, 2008, “Farming pollution”, Nature Geoscience, vol. 1, pp. 409-411. <pdf>

140. Blunden, J., V. P. Aneja, and J. H. Overton, 2008, “Modeling hydrogen sulfide emissions across the gas-liquid interface of an anaerobic swine waste treatment storage system”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 42, No. 22, pp. 5602-5611. <pdf>

139. Bajwa, K. S., S. P. Arya, and V. P. Aneja, 2008, “Modeling studies of Ammonia dispersion and dry deposition studies at some hog farms in North Carolina”, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 58, 1198-1207. <pdf>

138. Occhipinti, C, V. P. Aneja, W. Showers, and D. Niyogi, 2008, “Nitrate Isotopic Composition in Rainfall and Fine Particulate Matter: Back Trajectory Analysis and Source - Receptor Relationships”, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association , 58, 1215-1222. <pdf>

137. Goetz, S., V.P. Aneja, and Y. Zhang, 2008, “Measurements, analysis, and modeling of fine particulate matter in Eastern North Carolina”, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 58, 1208-1214. <pdf>

136. Aneja, V.P. , S.P. Arya, I.C. Rumsey, D.S. Kim, K. Bajwa, D. Dickey, L.S. Stefanski, L. Todd, K. Mottus, H.L. Arkinson, H. Semunegus, W.P. Robarge, and C.M. Williams, 2008, “Characterizing Ammonia Emissions from Farms in Eastern North Carolina – Part II. Potential Environmentally Superior Technologies for Waste Treatment”, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 58, 1145-1157. <pdf>

135. Aneja, V.P. , S.P. Arya, D.S. Kim, , I.C. Rumsey, D. Dickey, L.S. Stefanski, L. Todd, K. Mottus, H.L. Arkinson, H. Semunegus, K. Bajwa, W.P. Robarge and C.M. Williams, 2008, “Characterizing Ammonia Emissions from Farms in Eastern North Carolina – Part I. Conventional Lagoon and Spray Technology for Waste Treatment”, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 58, 1130-1144. <pdf>

134. Aneja V.P., and W.H. Schlesinger, 2008, “Introduction – Agricultural Air Quality: State of the Science”, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, vol. 58, No. 9, pp. 1113-1115. <pdf>

133. Aneja, V.P ., J. Blunden, P.A. Roelle, W.H. Schlesinger, R. Knighton, W. Gilliam, D. Niyogi, G. Jennings, and Cliff Duke, 2008, “Workshop on Agricultural Air Quality: State of the Science”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 42, No. 14, pp. 3195-3208. <pdf>

132. Aneja, V.P. , J. Blunden, K. James, W.H. Schlesinger, R. Knighton, W. Gilliam, D. Niyogi, and S. Cole, 2008, “Ammonia Assessment from Agriculture: US Status and Needs”, Journal of Environmental Quality, vol. 37, pp. 515-520. <pdf>

131. Aneja, V.P ., S.P. Arya, I.C. Rumsey, D.S. Kim, K. Bajwa, and C.M. Williams, 2008, “Characterizing Ammonia Emissions from Swine Farms in Eastern North Carolina: Reduction of emissions from water-holding structures at two candidate superior technologies for waste treatment”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 42, No. 14, pp. 3291-3300. <pdf>

130. Zhang, Y., Shiang-Yuh Wu, Jianlin Hu, Srinath Krishnan, Kai Wang, Ashley Queen, V. P. Aneja, and Pal Arya, 2008, “Modeling Agricultural Air Quality: Current Status, Major Challenges, and Outlook”, Atmospheric Environment , vol. 42, No. 14, pp. 3218-3237. <pdf>

129. Blunden, J., V. P. Aneja, and P. W. Westerman, 2008, “Measurement and analysis of ammonia and hydrogen sulfide emissions from a mechanically ventilated swine confinement building in North Carolina”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 42, No. 14, pp. 3315-3331. <pdf>

128. Blunden, J., and V. P. Aneja, 2008, “Characterizing ammonia and hydrogen sulfide emissions from a swine waste treatment lagoon in North Carolina”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 42, No. 14, pp. 3277-3290. <pdf>

127. Hu, J.-L, Shiang-Yuh Wu, Yang Zhang, and V. P. Aneja, 2008, “ Modeling Atmospheric Transport and Fate of Ammonia in North Carolina-Part II: Effect of Ammonia Emissions on Fine Particulate Matter Formation”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 42, No. 14, pp. 3437-3451. <pdf>

126. Wu, S.-Y, Srinath Krishnan, Jian-Lin Hu, Yang Zhang, and V. P. Aneja, 2008, “Modeling Atmospheric Transport and Fate of Ammonia in North Carolina-Part I: Evaluation of Meteorological and Chemical Predictions”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 42, No. 14, pp. 3419-3436. <pdf>

125. Konarik, S., and V.P. Aneja, 2008, “Trends in agricultural ammonia emissions and ammonium concentrations in precipitation over the Southeast and Midwest United States”, Atmospheric Environment , vol. 42, No. 14, pp.3238-3252. <pdf>

124. Bajwa, K. S., V.P. Aneja, and S.P. Arya, 2006, “Measurements and Estimations of Ammonia Emissions from Lagoon-Atmosphere Interface using Coupled Mass Transfer and Chemical Reactions Model, an Equilibrium Model, and US E.P.A.’s WATER9 Model”, Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 40, pp. S275-286. <pdf>

123. Aneja, V.P., J. Blunden, C. Claiborne, and H.H. Rogers, 2006, “Atmospheric Simulation Chambers: Application to Trace Gases Emissions and Fate”, International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, Vol. 6, Nos. 2/3, pp. 253-269.

122. Phillips, S.B., V.P. Aneja, D. Kang, and S.P. Arya, 2006, “Modeling and Analysis of the Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition, North Carolina”, International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, Vol. 6. Nos.2/3, pp. 231-252.<pdf>

121. Niyogi, D., K. Alapaty, S.B. Phillips, and V.P. Aneja, 2006, “Considering Ecological Formulations for Estimating Deposition Velocity in Air Quality Models”, International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, Vol. 6, Nos. 2/3, pp. 270-284.<pdf>

120. Baek, B.H., J. Koziel, and V.P. Aneja, 2006, “A preliminary review of Gas-to-Particle Conversion, monitoring, and modeling efforts in the USA”, International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, Vol. 6, Nos. 2/3, pp. 204-230.

119. Tong, Q.S., V.P. Aneja, S.P. Arya, and J.D. Ray, 2006, “Temporal Variability and Case Study of High O3 Episodes in Two Southeastern US National Parks”, International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, Vol. 6, Nos. 2/3, pp. 173-188.

118. Das, M.., V.P. Aneja, and D. Kang, 2006, “Vertical Distribution of VOCs and ozone observed at Suburban North Carolina”, International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, Vol. 6, Nos. 2/3, pp. 149-172.

117. Aneja, V.P., D. Niyogi, and P. A. Roelle, 2006, “An integrated perspective on assessing agricultural air quality”, International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, Vol. 6, Nos. 2/3, pp.137-148.

116. Aneja, V.P., B. Wang, Q. Tong, H. Kimball, and J. Steger, 2006, “Characterization of Major Chemical Components of Fine Particulate Matter in North Carolina”, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, Vol. 56, pp.1099-1107.<pdf>

115. Aneja, V. P., W. H. Schlesinger, D. Niyogi, G. Jennings, W. Gilliam, R. E. Knighton, C. S. Duke, J. Blunden, and S. Krishnan, 2006, “Emerging National Research Needs for Agricultural Air Quality”, Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Vol. 87. No. 3, 17 January 2006, pp. 25,29.<pdf>

114. Aneja, V. P., J. Blunden, C. S. Claiborn, and H. H. Rogers, 2006, “Dynamic Chamber System to measure Gaseous Compounds Emissions and Atmospheric-Biospheric Interactions”, Environmental Simulation Chambers: Application to Atmospheric Chemical Processes, pp. 97-109.<pdf>

113. Blunden, J., V. P. Aneja, and W. Lonneman, 2005, “Characterization of non-methane volatile organic compounds at swine facilities in North Carolina”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 39, No. 36, pp 6707-6718.<pdf>

112. O’Connor, J.R., V.P. Aneja and P.A. Roelle, 2005, “An Ozone Climatology: Relationships between Meteorology and Ozone in the Southeast United States,” International Journal of Environment and Pollution, vol. 23, No. 2, pp 123-139.<pdf>

111. Baek, B.H. and V.P. Aneja, 2005, “Observational based analysis for the Determination of Equilibrium Time Constant between Ammonia, Acid Gasses, and Fine Particles,” International Journal of Environment and Pollution, vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 239-247.

110. Tong, Q., D. Kang, V.P. Aneja, and J.D. Ray, 2005, “Reactive Nitrogen Oxides in Southeast United States National Parks: Source Identification, Origin, and Process Budget”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 39, pp. 315-327.<pdf>

109. Roelle, P.A., and V.P. Aneja, 2005, “Modeling of Ammonia Emissions from Soils”, Journal of Environmental Engineering Science,vol. 22, pp. 58-72.

108. Kang, D., and V.P. Aneja, M. Das, and R. Seila, 2004, “Measurements of Air-Surface Exchange Rates of Volatile Organic Compounds”, International Journal of Environment and Pollution , vol. 22, No. 5, pp. 547-562.

107. Kang, D., V.P. Aneja, R. Mathur, and J.D. Ray, 2004, “Observed and Modeled VOC Chemistry under High VOC/NOx conditions in the Southeast United States National Parks,” Atmospheric Environment, vol. 38, pp. 4969-4974.<pdf>

106. Phillips, S.B., S.P. Arya, and V.P. Aneja, 2004, “Ammonia flux and dry deposition velocity from near-surface concentration gradient measurements over a grass surface in North Carolina”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 38, pp. 3469-3480.<pdf>

105. Aneja, V.P., J. S. Brittig, D.S. Kim, and A. Hanna, 2004, “Ozone and Other Air Quality -Related Variables Affecting Visibility in the Southeast United States”, Journal of Air & Waste Management Association, vol. 54, pp. 681-688.<pdf>

104. Baek, B.H., and V.P. Aneja, 2004, “Measurement and analysis of the relationship between ammonia, acid gases, and fine particles in Eastern North Carolina”, Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, vol. 54, pp.623-633.<pdf>

103. Baek, B.H., V.P. Aneja, and Quansong Tong, 2004, “Chemical coupling between ammonia, acid gases, and fine particles”, Environmental Pollution, vol. 129, pp. 89-98.<pdf>

102. Das, M. and V.P. Aneja, 2003, “Regional analysis of non-methane organic compounds in the lower troposphere of the Southeast United States,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, vol. 129, No. 12, pp. 1085-1103.<pdf>

101. Kang, D., V.P. Aneja, R. Mathur, and J. Ray, 2003, “Non-methane hydrocarbons and ozone in three rural Southeast United States National Parks: A model sensitivity analysis and its comparison to measurements”, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, vol. 108,No. D19,4604, doi:10.1029/2002JD003054, pp ACH 3-1 to ACH 3-17.<pdf>

100. Battye, W., V.P. Aneja, and P.A. Roelle, 2003, “Evaluation and Improvement of Ammonia Emissions Inventories,” Atmospheric Environment, vol. 37, pp3873-3883.<pdf>

99. Aneja, V.P., D. Nelson, P.A. Roelle and J. Walker, and W. Battye 2003, “Agricultural ammonia emissions and ammonium concentration associated with aerosols and precipitations in the Southeast United States,” Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere, vol. 108, pp. ACH 12-1 to 12-11.<pdf>

98. Aneja, V.P., J.M. Overton, B.P. Malik, Q. Tong, and D. Kang, 2001, "Measurement and modeling of ammonia emissions at waste treatment lagoon–atmospheric interface”, Journal of Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, Vol.1, pp. 177-188.<pdf>

97. Das, M., D. Kang, V.P. Aneja, W. Lonneman, D. Cook and M. Wesley, 2003 “Measurements of Hydrocarbon Air - Surface Exchange Rates over Maize,” Atmospheric Environment, vol. 37, pp 2269-2277. <pdf>

96. Mohamed, M.F., D. Kang, and V.P. Aneja, 2002, "Volatile organic compounds in some urban locations in the United States," Chemospere, vol. 47, pp. 863-882.<pdf>

95. Roelle, P.A., and V.P. Aneja, 2001, "Nitric oxide emissions from soils amended with municipal-waste biosolids," Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 36, pp. 137-147.<pdf>

94. Roelle, P.A., and V.P. Aneja, 2001,“Characterization of ammonia emissions from soils in the upper coastal plain, North Carolina,” Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 36, pp. 1087-1097.<pdf>

93. Roelle, P.A., V.P. Aneja, R. Mathur, J. Vukovich, and J. Peirce, 2002, “Modeling of nitric oxide emissions from biosolids amended soils”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 36, pp 5687-5696.<pdf>

92. Sutton, M.A., W.A.H. Asman, T. Ellermann, J.A. Van Jaarsveld, K. Acker, V.P. Aneja, J. Duyzer, L. Horvath, S. Paramonov, M. Mitosinkova, Y.S. Tang, B. Ackermann, T. Gauger, J. Bartniki, A. Neftel, and J.W. Erisman, 2003, “Establishing the link between ammonia emission control and measurements of reduced nitrogen concentrations and deposition”, Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, vol. 82, pp. 149-185.<pdf>

91. Tabachow, R.M., P.A. Roelle, J.J. Peirce, and V.P. Aneja, 2002, “Soil Nitric Oxide Emissions: Lab and Field Measurements and Comparison”, Journal of Environmental Engineering, vol. 19, pp 205-214.

90. Roelle, P.A., B.H. Baek, S. Aneja, V.P. Aneja, 2001, "Nitric oxide emissions from biosolid amended soils,” Hydrological Science and Technology Journal, Vol. 17, pp. 306-316.

89. Aneja, V.P., A. Agarwal, P. A. Roelle, S.B. Phillips, Q. Tong, N. Watkins, and R. Yablonsky, 2001, “Measurements and Analysis of Criteria Pollutants in New Delhi, India”, Environment International, Vol. 27, pp. 35-42.<pdf>

88. Aneja, V.P., P. A. Roelle, and Y. Li, 2001, “Effect of Environmental Variables on NO Emissions from Agricultural Soils”, Phyton, Vol. 41, pp. 27-38.

87. Kang, D., V.P. Aneja, R.G. Zika, C. Farmer, and J.D. Ray, 2001, "Non-methane hydrocarbons in the rural Southeast United States National Parks", Journal of Geophysical Research–Atmospheres, Vol. 105, pp. 3133-3155.<pdf>

86. Aneja, V.P., P. A. Roelle, G. C. Murray, J. Southerland, J. W. Erisman, D. Fowler, W. A. H. Asman, and N. Patni, 2001, “Atmospheric Nitrogen Compounds II: Emissions, Transport, Transformation, Deposition and Assessment”, Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 35, pp. 1903-1911.<pdf>

85. Moore, T.C., L.J. Sullivan, P.A. Roelle and V.P. Aneja, 2001, "Vertical Distribution of Oxides of Nitrogen in the Semi-Urban Planetary Boundary Layer: Mixing Ratios, Sources and Transport," Chemosphere, Vol. 3, pp. 7-23.<pdf>

84. Aneja, V.P., B.J. Bunton, J.T. Walker, and B.P. Malik, 2001, “Measurements and Analysis of Atmospheric Ammonia Emissions from Anaerobic Lagoons,” Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 35, pp. 1949-1958.<pdf>

83. Roelle, P.A., V.P. Aneja, B. Gay, C. Geron, and T. Pierce, 2001, “Biogenic Nitric Oxide Emissions from Cropland soils,” Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 35, pp. 115-124.<pdf>

82. Walker, J.T., D. Nelson, and V.P. Aneja, 2000, “Trends in ammonium concentration in precipitation and atmospheric ammonia emissions at a coastal plain site in North Carolina, USA,” Environmental Science & Technology, Vol. 34. pp. 3527-3534.<pdf>

81. Aneja, V.P., R. Mathur, S.P. Arya, Y. Li, G.C. Murray, and T.L. Manuszak, 2000, “Coupling the Vertical Distribution of Ozone in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer,” Environmental Science & Technology, Vol. 34, pp. 2324-2329.<pdf>

80. Aneja, V.P., J.P. Chauhan, and J.T. Walker, 2000, “Characterization of Ammonia Emissions from Swine Waste Storage and Treatment Lagoons,” Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, Vol. 105, pp. 11535-11545.<pdf>

79. Walker, J.T., V.P. Aneja, and D.A. Dickey, 2000, “Atmospheric transport and wet deposition of ammonium in North Carolina,” Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 34, pp. 3407-3418.<pdf>

78. Aneja, V.P., A.A. Adams, and S.P. Arya, 2000, "An observational based analysis of ozone trends and production for urban areas in North Carolina," Chemosphere, Vol. 2, pp. 157-163.<pdf>

77. Aneja, V.P., S.P.S. Arya, Y. Li, G.C. Murray, and T.L. Manuszak, 2000, “Climatology of Diurnal Trends and Vertical Distribution of Ozone in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer in Urban North Carolina,” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 50, pp. 54-64.

76. Peirce, J.J. and V.P. Aneja, 2000, “Nitric oxide emissions from engineered soil systems,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 126, pp. 225-232.<pdf>

75. Aneja, V.P., R.G. Oommen, A.J. Riordan, S.P. Arya, R.J. Wayland, and G.C. Murray, 1999, “Ozone patterns for three Metropolitan Statistical Areas in North Carolina, U.S.A.,” Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 33, pp. 5081-5093.<pdf>

74. Li, Yongxian, V.P. Aneja, S.P. Arya, J. Rickman, J. Brittig, P. Roelle, and D.S. Kim, 1999, “ Nitric Oxide Emissions from Intensively Managed Agricultural Soil in North Carolina”, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 104, pp. 26,115-26,123.<pdf>

73. Roelle, P.A., V.P. Aneja, J.R. O’Connor, and W.P. Robarge, D.S. Kim, and J.S. Levine, 1999, “Measurements of Nitric oxide emissions from an Agricultural Soil With a Dynamic Chamber System, “ Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, Vol. 104, pp. 1609-1619.<pdf>

72. Aneja, V.P., B.E. Hartsell, D.S. Kim and D. Grosjean, 1999, “Peroxyacetyl Nitrate In Atlanta, GA: Comparison and Analysis of Ambient Data fot Suburban and Downtown Locations”, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 49, pp. 174-185.

71. McCulloch, R.B., G.S. Few, G.C. Murray, and V.P. Aneja, 1998, “Analysis of ammonia, ammonium aerosols, and acid gases in the atmosphere at a commercial hog farm in eastern North Carolina, USA,” Environmental Pollution, Vol. 102, pp. 263-268.<pdf>

70. Aneja, V.P., P.A. Roelle, and W.P. Robarge, 1998, “Characterization of Biogenic Nitric Oxide Source Strength in the Southeast United States,” Environmental Pollution, Vol. 102,pp. 211-218.<pdf>

69. Aneja, V.P., G. Murray, and J. Southerland, 1998, “Atmospheric Nitrogen Compounds: Emissions, Transport, Transformation, Deposition, and Assessment,” EM (Environmental Manager), April, pp. 22-25.

68. Aneja, V.P., A.B. Murthy, W. Battye, R. Battye, and W.G. Benjey, 1998, "Analysis of ammonia and aerosol concentrations near the free troposphere at Mt. Mitchell, NC, U.S.A.", Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 32, pp. 353-358.<pdf>

67. Lawrimore, Jay H. and V.P. Aneja, 1997, “A chemical mass balance analysis of nonmethane hydrocarbon emissions in urban North Carolina, “ Chemosphere, Vol. 35, pp. 2751-2765.<pdf>

66. DePollok, F.S., V.P. Aneja, T.J. Hughes, and L.D. Claxton, 1997, “Chemical and mutagenic analysis of volatile organic compounds in Raleigh air samples at three different elevations before, during, and after Hurricane Gordon,” Chemosphere, Vol. 35, pp. 879-893.<pdf>

65. Hagerman, L.M., V.P. Aneja, and W. Lonneman, 1997, “Characterization of non - methane hydrocarbons in the rural Southeast United States,” Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 31, pp. 4017-4038.<pdf>

64. Aneja V. P., B. Holbrook, and W.P. Robarge 1997, “Nitrogen Oxide Flux from an Agricultural Soil during winter fallow in the Upper Coastal Plain of North Carolina, USA,” Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, Vol. 47, pp. 800-805.

63. Aneja, V.P., D.S. Kim, and W. Chameides, 1997, “Trends and analysis of ambient NO, NOy, CO and ozone concentrations in Raleigh, North Carolina,” Chemosphere, Vol. 34, pp. 611-623.<pdf>

62. Aneja, V.P., P. Roelle, and W. P. Robarge, 1997, “Contribution of Biogenic Nitric Oxide in Urban Ozone: Raleigh, NC, as a Case Study,” Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 31, pp. 1531-1537.<pdf>

61. Aneja, V. P., W. P. Robarge, L. J. Sullivan, T.C. Moore, T. E. Pierce, C. Geron and B. Gay, 1996, “Seasonal variations of nitric oxide flux from agricultural soils in the Southeast United States," Tellus, 48B, pp. 626-640.<pdf>

60. Sullivan, L.J., T.C. Moore, V.P. Aneja, W.P. Robarge, T.E. Pierce, C. Geron and B. Gay, 1996, "Environmental variables controlling nitric oxide emissions from agricultural soils in the southeast United States," Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 30, pp. 3573-3582.<pdf>

59. Aneja, V.P., D.S. Kim, M. Das and B.E. Hartsell, 1996, "Measurements and analysis of reactive nitrogen species in the rural troposphere of Southeast United States: Southern Oxidant Study Site SONIA," Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 30, pp. 649-659.<pdf>

58. Lawrimore, J.H., M. Das, and V.P. Aneja, 1995, "Vertical sampling and analysis of nonmethane hydrocarbons for ozone control in urban North Carolina", Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 100, pp. 22785-22793.<pdf>

57. Sillman, S., K.I. Al-Wali, F.J. Marsik, P. Nowacki, P.J. Samson, M.O. Rodgers, L.J. Garland, J.E. Martinez, C. Stoneking, R. Imhoff, J.H. Lee, L. Newman, J.B. Weinstein-Lloyd, and Viney P. Aneja, 1995, "Photochemistry of ozone formation in Atlanta, GA: Models and Measurements," Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 29, pp. 3055-3066.<pdf>

56. Aneja, V.P., W. Robarge, and B. Holbrook, 1995, "Measurements of nitric oxide flux from an Upper Coastal Plain, North Carolina Agricultural Soil," Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 29, pp. 3037-3042.<pdf>

55. Kim, D.S., P.A. Roelle, and V.P. Aneja, 1995, “Natural emissions of nitric oxide from agricultural soil of corn-field in eastern North Carolina”, J. of Korea Air Pollution Res. Assoc., 10-E, pp. 31-43.

54. Aneja, V.P., 1995, "Review": Fundamentals of Air Pollution. Third Edition. R.W. Boubel, D.L. Fox, D.B. Turner, and A.C. Stern. 574 pp. Academic Press, Inc." American Scientist, Vol. 83, pp 383.

53. Apel, E., J. Calvert, R. Zika, M. Rodgers, V.P. Aneja, J. Meagher and W.A. Lonneman, 1995, "Hydrocarbon Measurements During the 1992 Southern Oxidants Study Atlanta Intensive: Protocol and Quality Assurance," Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 45, pp. 521-528.

52. Aneja, V.P. and M. Das, 1995, "Correlation of ozone and meteorology with hydrogen peroxide in urban and rural regions of North Carolina", Journal of Applied Meteorology, Vol. 34, pp. 1890-1898.<pdf>

51. Kim, D.S. and V.P. Aneja, 1994, "Oxides of Nitrogen Species Measurement and Analysis in the Central Piedmont of North Carolina, U.S.A.", J. Korea Air Pollution Res. Assoc., .Vol. 10, pp. 311-324.

50. Aneja, V.P., M. Das, D.S. Kim, and B.E. Hartsell, 1994, "Measurements and Analysis of Photochemical Oxidants and Trace Gases in the Rural Troposphere of the Southeast United States," Israel Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 34, pp. 387-401.

49. Aneja, V.P., Z. Li and M. Das, 1994, "Ozone Case Studies at High Elevation in the Eastern United States", Chemosphere, Vol. 29, pp. 1711-1733.<pdf>

48. Aneja, V.P., 1994, "Workshop on the Intercomparison of Methodologies for Soil NOx Emissions: Summary of Discussion and Research Recommendations," Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 44, pp. 977-982.

47. Das, M. and V.P. Aneja, 1994, "Measurement and analysis of concentrations of gaseous hydrogen peroxide and related species in the rural Central Piedmont region of North Carolina," Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 28, pp. 2473-2483.<pdf>

46. Hartsell, B.E., V.P. Aneja and W.A. Lonneman, 1994, "Relationship between peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN), O3, and NOy at the rural Southern Oxidants Study Site in Central Piedmont North Carolina, Site SONIA," Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 99, D10, pp. 21033-21041.<pdf>

45. Aneja, V.P. and A. B. Murthy, 1994, “Monitoring deposition of nitrogen containing compounds in a high elevation forest canopy,” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 44, pp. 1109-1115.

44. Kim, D.S., V.P. Aneja, and W.P. Robarge, 1994, "Characterization of nitrogen oxide fluxes from soil of a fallow field in the Central Piedmont of North Carolina," Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 28, pp. 1129-1137.<pdf>

43. Aneja, V.P., W.P. Robarge, J.D. Joslin, and S.B. McLaughlin, 1994, "Response: Chemical Dynamics of Clouds at Mt. Mitchell, North Carolina," Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 44, pp. 285-286.

42. Aneja, V.P., C. Claiborn, Z. Li, and A. Murthy, 1994, "Trends, Seasonal Variations and Analysis of High Elevation Surface Nitric Acid, Ozone, and Hydrogen Peroxide," Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 28, pp. 1781-1790.<pdf>

41. Das, M. and V.P. Aneja, 1994, "Analysis of gaseous hydrogen peroxide concentrations in Raleigh, North Carolina," Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 44, pp. 176-180.

40. Van Valin, C.C., J.F. Boatman, M. Luria, V.P. Aneja, D.R. Blake, M. Rodgers, and J.T. Sigmon, 1994, "The Compatibility Between Aircraft and Ground-Based Air Quality Measurements," Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 99, pp. 1043-1057.<pdf>

39. Claiborn, C.S., R.G. Carbonell, and V.P. Aneja, 1993, “Transport and fate of reactive trace gases in red spruce needles. 2. Interpretations of flux experiments using gas transport theory,” Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 27, pp. 2593-2605.<pdf>

38. Claiborn, C.S. and V.P. Aneja, 1993, “Transport and fate of reactive trace gases in red spruce needles. 1. Uptake of gaseous hydrogen peroxide as measured in controlled chamber flux experiments,” Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 27, pp. 2585-2592.<pdf>

37. Aneja, V.P., 1993, “Organic compounds in cloud water and their deposition at a remote continental site,” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 43, pp. 1239-1244.

36. Aneja, V.P. and D.S. Kim, 1993, "Chemical Dynamics of Clouds at Mt. Mitchell North Carolina", Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 43, pp. 1074-1083.

35. Kim, D.S. and V.P. Aneja, 1992, "Microphysical Effects on Cloudwater Acidity: A Case Study in a nonprecipitating Cloud Event Observed at Mt. Mitchell, North Carolina," Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 42, pp. 1345-1349.

34. Aneja, V.P. and Z. Li, 1992, "Characterization of Ozone at High Elevation in the Eastern United States Trends, Seasonal Variations, and Exposure", Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 97, pp. 9873-9888.

33. Li, Z. and V.P. Aneja, 1992, "Regional Analysis of Cloud Chemistry at High Elevations in the Eastern United States," Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 26A,
pp. 2001-2017.<pdf>

32. Kim, D.S. and V.P. Aneja, 1992, "Chemical Composition of Clouds at Mt. Mitchell, North Carolina, USA", Tellus, Vol. 44B, pp. 41-53.<pdf>

31. Aneja, V.P., G.T. Yoder and S.P. Arya, 1992, "Ozone in the Urban Southeastern United States", Environmental Pollution, Vol. 75, pp. 39-44.<pdf>

30. Aneja, V.P., W. Robarge, C.S. Claiborn, A Murthy, D.S. Kim, Z. Li, and E.B. Cowling, 1992, "Chemical Climatology of High Elevation Spruce - Fir Forests in the Southern Appalachian Mountains", Environmental Pollution, Vol. 75, pp. 89-96.<pdf>

29. Claiborn, C.S. and V.P. Aneja, l991, "Measurements of Atmospheric Hydrogen Peroxide in the Gas-Phase and in Cloudwater at Mt. Mitchell, N.C.", Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 96, pp. 18,771-18,787.

28. Aneja, V.P., S. Businger, Z. Li, C.S. Claiborn and A. Murthy, l991, "Ozone Climatology at High Elevations in the Southern Appalachians." Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 96, pp. 1007-1021.

27. Aneja, V.P. and J. H. Overton, 1990, "The Emission Rate of Dimethyl Sulfide at the Atmospheric-Oceanic Interface", Chemical Engineering Communications, Vol. 98, pp. 199-209.

26. Aneja, V.P., 1990, "Natural Sulfur Emissions into the Atmosphere”, Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 40, pp. 469-476.

25. Aneja, V.P., C.S. Claiborn, Z. Li and A. Murthy, 1990, "Exceedences of the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for Ozone Occurring at a 'Pristine Area' Site", Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 40, pp. 217-220.

24. Aneja, V. P., C. S. Claiborn, R. L. Bradow, R. J. Paur, and R. E. Baumgardner, 1990, "Dynamic chemical characterization of montane clouds", Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 24 A, pp. 563-572.<pdf>

23. Aneja, V. P., J. H. Overton, J. A. Anderson, and J. L Durham, 1987, "Sulfate Aerosol Formation Rate in an Oil Fired Power Plant Plume", Environmental Technology Letters, Vol. 8, pp. 167-180.

22. Aneja, V. P., H. H. Rogers, and E. P. Stahel, 1986, "Dry Deposition of Ammonia at Environmental Concentrations on Selected Plant Species", Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, Vol. 36, No. 12, pp. 1338-1341.

21. Aneja, V. P., 1986, "Characterization of Emissions of Biogenic Atmospheric Hydrogen Sulfide", Tellus, Vol. 38 B, No. 2, pp. 81-86.

20. Aneja, V. P., D. F Adams, and C. D. Pratt, 1984, "Environmental Impact of Natural Emissions", Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, Vol. 34, No. 8, pp. 799-803.

19. Ibusuki, T. and V. P. Aneja, 1984, "Mass Transfer of Ammonia into water at Environmental Concentrations", Chemical Engineering Science, Vol. 39, Nos. 7/8, pp. 1143-1155.<pdf>

18. Aneja, A. P. and V. P. Aneja, 1982, "The Effect of Water and Air Contamination on Poly(Ethylene Terephtalate) Formation", Polymer Engineering Reviews, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 123-133.

17. Aneja, V. P., A. P. Aneja, and D. F. Adams, 1982, "Biogenic Sulfur Compounds and the Global Sulfur Cycle", Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, Vol. 32, No. 6, pp. 803-807.

16. Aneja, V. P., J. H. Overton and A. P. Aneja, 1981, "Emission Survey of Biogenic Sulfur Flux from Terrestrial Surfaces", Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, Vol. 31, No. 3, pp. 256-258.

15. Durham, J. L., J. H. Overton, and V. P. Aneja, 1981, "Influence of Gaseous Nitric Acid on Sulfate Production and Acidity in Rain", Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 15, No. 6, pp. 1059-1068.<pdf>

14. Aneja, V. P., J. H. Overton, L. T. Cupitt, J. L. Durham and W. E. Wilson, 1980, "Carbon Disulfide from Biogenic Sources", American Institute of Chemical Engineers Series, Vol. 76, No. 201, pp. 60-66.

13. Aneja, V. P., J. H. Overton, L. T. Cupitt, J. L. Durham and W. E. Wilson, 1980, "Measurements of Emission Rates of Carbon Disulfide from Biogenic Sources and its Possible Importance to the Stratospheric Aerosol Layer", Chemical Engineering Communication, Vol. 4, No. 6, pp. 721-727.

12. Rogers, H. H. and V. P. Aneja, 1980, "Uptake of Atmospheric Ammonia by Selected Plant Species", Environmental and Experimental Botany, Vol. 20,
pp. 251-257.<pdf>

11. Aneja, V. P., J. H. Overton, L. T. Cupitt, J. L. Durham and W. E. Wilson, 1979, "Carbon Disulfide and Carbonyl Sulfide from Biogenic Sources and Their Contribution to the Global Sulfur Cycle", Nature, Vol. 282, No. 5738, pp. 493-496.<pdf>

10. Aneja, A. P. and V. P. Aneja, 1979, "Process Options Feedstock Selection and Polyesters", Chemtech, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 260-262.

9. Aneja, A. P. and V. P. Aneja, 1979, "Process Options for Polyester", Journal of Chemistry and Industry, Vol. 252, No. 7, pp. 252-254.

8. Overton, J. H., V. P. Aneja and J. L. Durham, 1979, "Production of sulfate in Rain and Raindrops in Polluted Atmosphere,” Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 355-369.<pdf>

7. Aneja, V. P., J. H. Overton, L. T. Cupitt, J. L. Durham and W. E. Wilson, 1979, "Direct Measurements of Emission Rates of Some Atmospheric Biogenic Sulfur Compounds", Tellus, Vol. 31, No. 2, pp. 174-178.

6. Aneja, V. P., J. H. Overton and J. L. Durham, 1979, "Sulfur Dioxide Flux to a Falling Raindrop in a Polluted Atmosphere", American Institute of Chemical Engineers Series , 188, Vol. 75, pp. 151-157.

5. Aneja, A. P. and V. P. Aneja, 1978, "PET Process Options", Textile Asia, Vol. IX, No. 10, pp. 40-43.

4. Aneja, A. P. and V. P. Aneja, 1978, "Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) Feedstock Selection and Process Options," Journal of Chemical Economy and Engineering Review, Vol. 10, No. 9, pp. 33-36.

3. Aneja, V. P., E. P. Stahel, H. H. Rogers, A. M. Witherspoon and W. W. Heck, 1978, "Calibration and Performance of a Thermal Converter in Continuous Atmospheric Monitoring of Ammonia," Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 50, No. 12, pp. 1705-1708. <pdf>

2. Hill, F. B., V. P. Aneja and R. M. Felder, 1978, "A Technique for Measurement of Biogenic Sulfur Emission Fluxes", Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 199-255.

1. Aneja, A. P. and V. P. Aneja, 1977, "The Strategy of Process Translation", The International Journal of Research Management, Vol. XX, No. 6, pp. 37-40.

 

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