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Jacobson, M.
Jacobson, M. Z.
Jacobson, Mark
Jacobson, Mark Z.
Jacobson, Mark Zachary,
Jacobson, Mark Zachary (environnementaliste)
Mark Jacobson (Amerikaans hoogleraar)
Mark Z. Jacobson (American climate- and energy scientist and professor at Stanford University)
Mark Z. Jacobson (Amerikanischer Klima- und Energieforscher und Hochschullehrer an der Stanford University)
Mark Zachary Jacobson
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Brebbia, Carlos Alberto
International conference on air pollution 07 1999
Power, H.
Stanford University Affiliation (see also from)
University of California, Los Angeles
Air pollution and global warming : history, science, and solutions
Air pollution VII, c1999:
Analysis of emission data from global commercial aviation: 2004 and 2006
Analysis of the physical state of one Arctic polar stratospheric cloud based on observations
Atmospheric pollution, 2002:
Attribution of Regional and Global Climate Change: Relative Effects of Fossil-Fuel Soot, Methane, Other Greenhouse Gases and Particles, and Urbanization
California offshore wind energy potential
Changing Trends in Sulfur Emissions in Asia: Implications for Acid Deposition, Air Pollution, and Climate
Chemical retention during dry growth riming
Cleaning the Air and Improving Health with Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Vehicles
Comment on 'A modified semi-implicit method to obtain the evolution of an aerosol by coagulation'
Comment on 'Evaluation of a wind power parameterization using tower observations' by Steven M. Lazarus and Jennifer Bewley
Comment on fully coupled `online' chemistry within the WRF model, by Grell et al., 2005. Atmospheric Environment 39, 6957-6975
Comment on "fully coupled 'online' chemistry within the WRF model," by Grell et al., 2005. Atmospheric Environment 39, 6957-6975
Comments on "The Semidirect Aerosol Effect: Comparison of a Single-Column Model with Large Eddy Simulation for Marine Stratocumulus"
Comparative Effects of Ethanol (E85), Gasoline, and Wind-Powered Electric Vehicles on Cancer, Mortality, Climate-Relevant Emissions, and Land requirements in the United States
comparative review of inorganic aerosol thermodynamic equilibrium modules: similarities, differences, and their likely causes, A
Comparison of a 4000-reaction chemical mechanism with the carbon bond IV and an adjusted carbon bond IV-EX mechanism using SMVGEAR II
Computation of global photochemistry with SMVGEAR II
Developing, coupling, and applying a gas, aerosol, transport, and radiation model to study urban and regional air pollution
Development and application of a new air pollution modeling system - II. Aerosol module structure and design
Development and Application of a new air pollution modeling system - Part I : gas-phase simulations
Development and application of a new air pollution modeling system - Part III. Aerosol-phase simulations
Development and application of the Model of Aerosol Dynamics, Reaction, Ionization, and Dissolution (MADRID)
Development of mixed-phase clouds from multiple aerosol size distributions and the effect of the clouds on aerosol removal
effect on photochemical smog of converting the U.S. fleet of gasoline vehicles to modern diesel vehicles, The
Effects of biofuels vs. other new vehicle technologies on air pollution, global warming, land use and water
Effects of Ethanol (E85) versus Gasoline Vehicles on Cancer and Mortality in the United States
Effects of externally-through-internally-mixed soot inclusions within clouds and precipitation on global climate.
Effects of soil moisture on temperatures, winds, and pollutant concentrations in Los Angeles
Effects of wind-powered hydrogen fuel cell vehicles on stratospheric ozone and global climate
Enhanced Coagulation Due to Evaporation and Its Effect on Nanoparticle Evolution
Enhancement of local air pollution by urban CO(2) domes.
Enhancement of Local Air Pollution by Urban CO2 Domes
Estimates of atmospheric dry deposition and associated input of nutrients to Gulf of Aqaba seawater
Evaluation of global wind power
Evolution of nanoparticle size and mixing state near the point of emission
Examining feedbacks of aerosols to urban climate with a model that treats 3-D clouds with aerosol inclusions
Examining the causes and effects of downward ultraviolet irradiance reductions in Los Angeles
Examining the temperature dependence of ethanol (E85) versus gasoline emissions on air pollution with a largely-explicit chemical mechanism
Exploiting wind versus coal
Exploring wind energy potential off the California coast
Extreme Global Warming and Local Cooling Due to Aerosol Particles
Free tropospheric ozone production after deep convection of dispersing tropical urban plumes
Fundamentals of atmospheric modeling
GATOR-GCMM: A global- through urban-scale air pollution and weather forecast model. I - Model design and treatment of subgrid soil, vegetation, roads, rooftops, water, sea ice, and snow
Global and Regional Modeling of Ozone and Particulate Matter
Global direct radiative forcing due to multicomponent anthropogenic and natural aerosols
Improvement of SMVGEAR II on vector and scalar machines through absolute error tolerance control
Influence of future anthropogenic emissions on climate, natural emissions, and air quality
integrated air pollution modeling system for urban and regional scales. Part 1: Structure and performance, An
integrated air pollution modeling system for urban and regional scales. Part 2: Simulations for SCAQS 1987, An
Intercontinental Transport and Climate Effects of Air Pollutants
Is the size distribution of urban aerosols determined by thermodynamic equilibrium? An application to Southern California
Isolating nitrated and aromatic aerosols and nitrated aromatic gases as sources of ultraviolet light absorption
mass, energy, vorticity, and potential enstrophy conserving lateral boundary scheme for the shallow water equations using piecewise linear boundary approximations, A
model for studying the composition and chemical effects of stratospheric aerosols, A
Modeling coagulation among particles of different composition and size
Nitric acid scavenging by mineral and biomass burning aerosols
numerical model of the partitioning of trace chemical solutes during drop freezing, A
Numerical Solution to Drop Coalescence/Breakup with a Volume-Conserving, Positive-Definite, and Unconditionally Stable Scheme
Numerical techniques to solve condensational and dissolutional growth equations when growth is coupled to reversible reactions
On the causal link between carbon dioxide and air pollution mortality
Parameterization of subgrid aircraft emission plumes for use in large-scale atmospheric simulations
path to sustainable energy by 2030., A
Physically-based treatment of elemental carbon optics: Implications for global direct forcing of aerosols
Point and column aerosol radiative closure during ACE 1 - Effects of particle shape and size
Project to Research Scientific and Computational Aspects of Three Dimensional Global Tropospheric Modeling
Prospects for Future Climate Change and the Reasons for Early Action
Providing all global energy with wind, water, and solar power, Part I: Technologies, energy resources, quantities and areas of infrastructure, and materials
Providing all global energy with wind, water, and solar power, Part II: Reliability, system and transmission costs, and policies
Refined Method of Parameterizing Absorption Coefficients among Multiple Gases Simultaneously from Line-by-Line Data, A
Reply to comment by J. Feichter et al. on 'Control of fossil-fuel particulate black carbon and organic matter, possibly the most effective method of slowing global warming'
Response to the reply of Ferniaz et al.
Santa Cruz Eddy. Part I: Observations and Statistics, The
Santa Cruz Eddy. Part II: Mechanisms of Formation, The
Short-Term Cooling but Long-Term Global Warming Due to Biomass Burning, The
Short-term effects of agriculture on air pollution and climate in California
Simulating condensational growth, evaporation and coagulation of aerosols using a combined moving and stationary size grid
Simulating equilibrium within aerosols and nonequilibrium between gases and aerosols
Simulation of aerosol dynamics: A comparative review of algorithms used in air quality models.
Size distributions of ionic aerosols measured at Waliguan Observatory - Implication for nitrate gas-to-particle transfer processes in the free troposphere
SMVGEAR: a sparse-matrix, vectorized Gear code for atmospheric models
Solution to the Problem of Nonequilibrium Acid/Base Gas-Particle Transfer at Long Time Step, A
Spatial and temporal distributions of U.S. winds and wind power at 80 m derived from measurements
streamlined family photochemistry module reproduces major nonlinearities in the global tropospheric ozone system, A
Strong radiative heating due to the mixing state of black carbon in atmospheric aerosols
study of gas-aerosol equilibrium and aerosol pH in the remote marine boundary layer during the First Aerosol Characterization Experiment (ACE 1), A
study of sulfur dioxide oxidation pathways over a range of liquid water contents, pHs, and temperatures, A
study of Type I polar stratospheric cloud formation, A
Studying the Effects of Aerosols and Clouds on Climate
Studying the effects of aerosols on vertical photolysis rate coefficient and temperature profiles over an urban airshed
Studying the Effects of Ca, Mg, and K on Aerosol Size and Composition, NOy, and Radiative Transfer
Studying the effects of calcium and magnesium on size-distributed nitrate and ammonium with EQUISOLV II
Studying the Effects of Source-Specific Gas and Particulate Emissions on Global Climate and Atmospheric Composition
Studying the Mixing State of Aerosols and its Impacts on Global/Urban Climate and Urban Ozone
Summary of the cloud chemistry modeling intercomparison: Photochemical box model simulation
Supplying Baseload Power and Reducing Transmission Requirements by Interconnecting Wind Farms
Testing the impact of interactively coupling a meteorological model to an air quality model
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of California, Los Angeles, 1994