Carlton Group

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Screen Shot 2015-07-09 at 10.04.32 AM Indicates Top 1% of papers in the field according to Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Science

†denotes correspondent; *denotes graduate advisee or postdoctoral associate; **denotes undergraduate advisee

Selected Active Papers 

  1. M.D. Rodgers†, D.W. Coit, F.A. Felder, A.G. Carlton, (2018)”Generation expansion planning considering health damages – a simulation-based optimization approach”, IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, Submitted.
  2. M.D. Rodgers†, D.W. Coit, F.A. Felder and A.G. Carlton, (2018) “Assessing the effects of power grid expansion on human health externalities”, Scoio-economic planning sciences, In Review.
  3. A.G. CarltonH.O.T. Pye, K.R. Baker, C.J. Hennigan (2018), “Additional benefits of federal air quality rules: model estimates of controllable biogenic secondary organic aerosol”, Environmental Science & Technology, In Review.

    Published 2018

  4. A.G. Carltonand 35 co-authors, (2018), “The southeast atmosphere studies (SAS): coordinated investigation and discovery to answer critical questions about fundamental atmospheric processes”, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Association, 99(3): 547-567, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0048.1.
  5. J. Mao†, A.G. Carlton, R. Cohen, W. Brune, J. Jimenez, H. Pye, N.L. Ng, B. McDonald, C. Warneke, J. de Gouw, L. Mickley, E. Leibensperger, R. Mathur, and L. Horowitz (2018) “Southeast Atmosphere Studies: learning from model-observation syntheses”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18, 2615-2651, doi:10.5194/acp-18-2615-2018. Link to Article
  6. H. Chen, A.L. Hodshire, J. Ortega, J. Greenberg, P.H. McMurry, A.G. Carlton, J.R. Pierce, D.R. Hanson, and J.N. Smith† (2018), “Vertically resolved concentration and liquid water content of atmospheric nanoparticles at the US DOE Southern Great Plains site”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18, 311-326. Link to Article.

    Published 2017

  7. M.B. Moldwin, F. Florindo, G. Okin, A. Robock, E.J. Rohling, B. Cardenas, A.G. Carlton, K.H. Chen, M. Crucifix, A. Gettleman, A. Hubbard, T. Katsura, T.H. Painter, (2017). Why and how to write a high-impact review paper: Lessons from eight years of editorial board service to Reviews of GeophysicsReviews of Geophysics55
  8. A.G. Carlton(2017), “Federal science matters: we all live downwind of a Harvey-Arkema disaster”, (Viewpoint: editor review only) Environmental Science & Technology, doi:10.1021/acsest.7b04648.
  9. B.N. Murphy, M.C. Woody, J.L. Jimenez, A.G. Carlton, P. Hayes, S. Liu, N.L. Ng, L.M. Russel, A. Setyan, L. Xu, J. Young, R. Zaveri, Q. Zhang and H.O.T. Pye, (2017), “Semivolatile POA and parameterized total combustion SOA in CMAQv5.2 impacts on source strength and partitioning”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17,11107-11133, doi:10.5194/acp-17-11107. Link to Article
  10. O.E. Salmon†, P.B. Shepson, X. Ren, A.B. Marquardt Collow, M.A. Miller, A.G. Carlton, M.O.L. Cambaliza, A. Heimburger, J.D. Fuentes, B.H. Stirm, R. Grundman II, R.R. Dickerson, (2017), “Urban Emissions of Water Vapor in winter”, Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, doi: 10.1002/2016JD026074.
  11. S. Budisulistiorini, A. Nenes, A.G. Carlton, J.D. Surratt, V.F. McNeill, H.O.T. Pye†, (2017), “Simulating Aqueous-Phase Isoprene-Epoxydiol (IEPOX) Secondary Organic Aerosol Production During the 2013 Southern Oxidant and Aerosol Study (SOAS)”, Environmental Science & Technology, 51(9):5026-5034, doi:10.1021/acs.est.6b05750.
  12. K.M. Fahey†, A.G. Carlton, H.O.T. Pye, J. Baek, W.T. Hutzell, C. Stanier, K.R. Baker, K.W. Appel, M. Jaoui, J.H. Offenberg, (2017), “A framework for expanding aqueous chemistry in the Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) model version 5.1″, Geoscientific Model Development, 10, 1587-1605, doi:10.5194/gmd-10-1587-2017. Link to Article 
  13. J. Burkholder†, J. Abbatt, I. Barnes, J. Roberts, M. Melamed; M. Ammann, A. Bertram, C. Cappa, A.G. Carlton, L.J. Carpenter, J. Crowley, Y. Dubowski, C. George, D. Heard, H. Herrmann, F. Keutsch, J. Kroll, V.F. McNeill, N. Lee; S. Nizkorodov, J. Orlando, C. Percival, B. Picquet-Varrault, Y. Rudich, P. Seakins, J. Surratt, H. Tanimoto, J. Thornton, T. Zhu, G. Tyndall, A. Wahner, C.J. Weschler, K. Wilson, P. Ziemann, (2017), “The Essential Role for Laboratory Studies in Atmospheric Chemistry”, Environmental Science & Technology, doi: 10.1021/acs.est.6b4947. ***Featured Article***
  14. N. Sareen*†, E.M. Waxman, B.J. Turpin, R. Volkamer, A.G. Carlton (2017), “Potential of aerosol liquid water to facilitate organic aerosol formation: assessing knowledge gas about precursors and partitioning”, Environmental Science & Technology, do:10.1021/acs.est.6b04540.
  15. H.O.T. Pye, B.N. Murphy, L. Xu, N.L. Ng, A.G. Carlton, H. Guo, R. Weber, P. Vasilakos, K.W. Appel, S.H. Budisulistiorini, J.D. Surratt, A. Nenes, W.W. Hu, J.L. Jimenez, G. Isasscman-VanWertz, P.K. Misztal and A.H. Goldstein, (2016) “On the implications of aerosol liquid water and phase separation for organic aerosol mass”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 343-369, doi:10.5194/acp-17-342-2017. Link to ArticleScreen Shot 2015-07-09 at 10.04.32 AM

    Published 2016

  16. T.K.V. Nguyen*, V.P. Ghate and A.G. Carlton(2016) “Reconciling satellite aerosol optical thickness and surface fine particle mass through aerosol liquid water”, Geophysical Research Letters,  doi: 10.1002/2016GL070994.
  17. N. Sareen*†, A.G. Carlton, J.D. Surratt, A. Gold, B. Lee, F.D. Lopez-Hilfiker, C. Mohr, J.A. Thornton, Z. Zhang, Y.B. Lim, and B.J. Turpin, (2016) “Identifying precursors and aqueous organic aerosol formation pathways during the SOAS campaign”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16, 14409-14420. Link to Article
  18. C.M. Farkas*, M.D. Moeller*, F.A. Felder, B.H. Henderson, A.G. Carlton (2016) “High Electricity Demand in the Northeast U.S.: PJM Reliability Network and Peaking Unit Impacts on Air Quality”, Environmental Science and Technology, 50(15): 8375-8384.
  19. T.K.V. Nguyen*, Q. Zhang, J.L. Jimenez, M. Pike and A.G. Carlton(2016) “Liquid water: ubiquitous contributor to aerosol mass”. Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 3(7): 257-263.
  20. C.A. Brock, N. L. Wagner, B. E. Anderson, A. R. Attwood, A. Beyersdorf, P. Campuzano-Jost, A. G. Carlton, D. A. Day, G. S. Diskina, T. D. Gordon, J. L. Jimenez, D. A. Lack, J. Liao, M. Z. Markovic, A. M. Middlebrook, N. L. Ng, A. E. Perring, M. S. Richardson, J. P. Schwarz, R. A. Washenfelder, A. Welti, L. Xu, L. D. Ziemba, and D. M. Murphy (2016) “Aerosol optical properties in the southeastern United States in summer – Part 1: Hygroscopic growth”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 16,4987-5007. Link to Article.

    Published in 2015

  21. T.K.V. Nguyen*, S. L. Capps, A.G. Carlton (2015) “Decreasing aerosol water consistent with OC trends in the Southeast U.S.”. Environmental Science & Technology, 49 (13), pp 7843–7850.
  22. K.R. Baker, A.G. Carlton, T.E. Kleindienst, J.H. Offenberg, M.R. Beaver, D.R. Gentner, A.H. Goldstein, P.L. Hayes, J.L. Jimenez, J.B. Gilman, J.A. de Gouw, M.C. Woody, H.O.T. Pye, J.T. Kelly, M. Lewandowski, M. Jaoui, P.S. Stevens, W.H. Brune, Y-H. Lin, C.L. Rubitschun, and J.D. Surratt (2015) “Gas and aerosol carbon in California: comparison of measurements and model predictions in Pasadena and Bakersfield” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 15:5243-5258. Link to Article.
  23. P.L. Hayes, A.G. Carlton, K.R. Baker, R. Ahmadov, R.A. Washenfelder, S. Alvarez, B. Rappenglück, J.B. Gilman, W.C. Kuster, J.A. de Gouw, P. Zotter, A.S.H. Prévôt, S. Szidat, T.E. Kleindienst, J.H. Offenberg, and J.L. Jimenez, (2014) “Modeling the formation and aging of secondary organic aerosols in Low Angeles during CalNex 2010”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 15, 5773-5801. Link to Article.
  24. C.M. Farkas*, M.D. Moeller**, M. Rodgers, F.A. Felder, K.R. Baker and A.G. Carlton, (2015) ”Temporalization of peak electric generation PM emissions during high energy demand days”, Environmental Science & Technology, 49(7):4696-4704.
  25. H. Guo, L. Xu, A. Bougiatioti, K.M. Cerully, S.L. Capps, J.R. Hite, A.G. Carlton, S-H Lee, M.H. Bergin, N.L. Ng, A. Nenes, and R.J. Weber, (2015) “Particle water and pH in the southeastern United States”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 15:5211-5228. Link to ArticleScreen Shot 2015-07-09 at 10.04.32 AM 

    Published in 2014

  26. T.K.V. Nguyen*, M.D. Petters, S.R. Suda, H. Guo, R.J. Weber and A.G. Carlton (2014) “Trends in particle phase liquid water during the Southern Oxidant Aerosol Study”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 14:10911-10930. Link to article
  27. N. Hodas, A. Sullivan, K. Skog, R. Keutsch, J.L. Collett, S. Decsesari, M.C. Facchini, A.G. Carlton, A. Laaksonen and B.J. Turpin (2014) ”Aerosol Liquid Water Driven by Anthropogenic Nitrate: Implications for Lifetimes of Water-Soluble Organic Gases and Potential for Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation”, Environmental Science & Technology, 48(19): 11127-11136.
  28. B.P. Marmo*, A.G. Carltonand B.H. Henderson (2014) ”Partitioning of HNO3, H2O2 and SO2 to cloud ice: simulations with CMAQ”, Atmospheric Environment, 88:239-246.
  29. J.O. Bash, A.G. Carlton, W. Hutzell, O.R. Bullock Jr, (2014) “Regional air quality model application of the aqueous phase photo reduction of atmospheric oxidized mercury by dicarboxylic acids”, Atmosphere, 5(1):1-15.
  30. A.G. Carlton, E. Little**, M. Moeller**, S. Odoyo** and P.B. Shepson (2014) “The data gap: can a lack of monitors obscure loss of clean air act benefits in fracking areas?” Environmental Science & Technology, 48(2):893-894.

    Published in 2013

  31. K.C. Barsanti, A.G. Carlton and S.H. Chung (2013) “Analyzing experimental data and model parameters: implications for predictions of SOA using chemical transport models”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13(23):12073-12088. Link to article.
  32. A.G. Carlton and B.J. Turpin (2013) “Particle organic partitioning potential is highest in the Eastern US and driven by anthropogenic water”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13(20):10203-10214 Link to article
  33. K.Pratt, M. Fiddler, P. Shepson, A.G. Carlton, J. Surratt, (2013) “Organosulfates and oligomers in cloud water above the Ozarks’ isoprene volcano”, Atmospheric Environment, 77:231-238.

    Published in 2012

  34. C. He, J.Lui, A .G. Carlton, S. Fan, L.W. Horowitz, H. Levy II and S. Tao (2012) “Evaluation of factors controlling global secondary organic aerosol production from cloud processes”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13:1913-1926. Link to article.
  35. X. Jiang, A.G. Carlton, C. Wiedinmyer, (2012) “Black carbon from fires: an examination of the effects on ozone photochemistry in the western United States.”, Environmental Science & Technology, 46: 11878-11886.
  36. J. Liu, L.W. Horowitz, S. Fan, H. Levy, A.G. Carlton, (2012) “Global in-cloud production of secondary organic aerosols: implementation of a detailed chemical mechanism in the GFDL atmospheric model AM3”, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 117(D15).
  37. H.M. Parikh*, A.G. Carlton, Y. Zhou, H.F. Zhang, R.M. Kamens, W. G. Vizuete , (2012) “Modeling Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Xylene and Aromatic Mixtures Using a Dynamic Partitioning Approach Incorporating Particle Aqueous-phase Chemistry(II)”, Atmospheric Environment, 56:250-260.
  38. B.H. Henderson, R.W. Pinder, J. Crooks, R.C. Cohen, W.T. Hutzell, G. Sarwar, A.G. Carlton, H.O.T. Pye, W. G. Vizuete (2012) “Combining Bayesian methods and aircraft observations to constrain the HO + NO2 reaction rate”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 12,653-667. Link to article

    Published in 2011

  39. A.G. Carlton and K. Baker (2011) “Photochemical modeling of the Ozark isoprene volcano: MEGAN, BEIS and their impacts on air quality predictions”, Environmental Science & Technology, (45)10:4438-4445.
  40. G. Sarwar, K.W. Appel, A.G. Carlton, R. Mathur, K. Schere, R. Zhang, M.A. Majeed (2011) “Impact of a new condensed toluene mechanism on air quality model predictions in the US”, Geoscientific Model Development, 4(1): 183-193. Link to article.
  41. B.H. Henderson, R.W. Pinder, J. Crooks, R.C. Cohen, W.T. Hutzell, G. Sarwar, W.S. Goliff, W.R. Stockwell, A. Fahr, R. Mathur, A.G. Carlton, W. G. Vizuete (2011) “Evaluation of simulated photochemical partitioning of oxidized nitrogen in the upper troposphere”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11, 275-291. Link to article.
  42. H.M. Parikh*, A.G. Carlton, W. G. Vizuete, R.M. Kamens (2011) “Modeling secondary organic aerosol using a dynamic partitioning approach incorporating particle aqueous-phase chemistry”, Atmospheric Environment, 45:1126-1137.

    Published in 2010

  43. Y. Tan, A.G. Carlton, S. P. Seitzinger, B.J. Turpin, (2010) “SOA from methylglyoxal in clouds and wet aerosols: measurement and prediction of key products”, Atmospheric Environment, 44(39): 5218-5226. ***most highly cited AE paper for 2010/2011***
  44. A.G. Carlton, R.W. Pinder, P.V. Bhave, G. Pouliot (2010) “To what extent can ‘biogenic’ SOA be controlled?”, Environmental Science & Technology, 44:3376-3380.
  45. A.G. Carlton, P.V. Bhave, S. Napelenok, Edney, E.O., G. Sarwar, R.W. Pinder, G. Pouliot, M Houyoux, (2010) “Model Representation of Secondary Organic Aerosol in CMAQv4.7”, Environmental Science & Technology, 44:8553-8560. Screen Shot 2015-07-09 at 10.04.32 AM
  46. B. Gantt, N. Meskhidze and A.G. Carlton (2010) “The impact of marine organics on the air quality of the western United States” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 10(15):7415-7423. Link to article

    Published in 2009

  47. G. Sarwar, R.W. Pinder, K.W. Appel, R. Mathur, A.G. Carlton (2009) “Examination of the impact of photoexcited NO2 chemistry on regional air quality” Atmospheric Environment, 43(40):6383-6387.
  48. R. Scheffe, Philbrick, C. MacDonald, T. Dye, M. Gilroy and A.G. Carlton (2009) “Observational needs for four-dimensional air quality characterization” Environmental Manager , October 2009: 5-12. **feature article**
  49. A.G. Carlton, C. Weidinmyer, J. Kroll (2009) “A Review of Secondary Organic Aerosol from Isoprene”Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 9:4987-5005. Link to article.Screen Shot 2015-07-09 at 10.04.32 AM

    Published in 2008

  50. A.G. Carlton, B.J. Turpin, K. Altieri, S. Seitzinger, R. Mathur, S. Roselle, R.J. Weber (2008) “CMAQ model performance enhanced when in-cloud secondary organic aerosol is included: comparisons of organic carbon predictions with measurements”, Environmental Science & Technology, 42(23):8798-8802.
  51. B.E. Ervens, A.G. Carlton, B.J. Turpin, K. Altieri, G. Feingold, S. Kreidinweis, (2008) “Secondary organic aerosol yields from cloud processing upon isoprene oxidation”, Geophysical Research Letters, 35: L02816. ***Editor’s Highlight Article*** and ***Science Daily News Feature*** 
  52. K.Altieri, S. Seitzinger, A.G. Carlton, Y. Tan, B.J. Turpin, (2008). “Oligomers formed through in-cloud methylglyoxal reactions: Chemical composition, properties, and mechanisms investigated by ultra-high resolution FT-ICR mass spectrometry”, Atmospheric Environment, 42(7):1476-1490. Screen Shot 2015-07-09 at 10.04.32 AM

    Published in 2007

  53. A.G. Carlton, B.J. Turpin, K. Altieri, S. Seitzinger, A. Reff, H.-J. Lim, B.E. Ervens (2007) “Atmospheric Oxalic Acid and SOA Production from Glyoxal: Results of Aqueous Photooxidation Experiments”, Atmospheric Environment, 41:7588-7602. Screen Shot 2015-07-09 at 10.04.32 AM

    Published in 2006

  54. K. Altieri, A.G. Carlton, B.J. Turpin, S. Seitzinger (2006) “Evidence for the Formation of Oligomers in Cloud Processing Reactions of Isoprene Oxidation Products”. Environmental Science & Technology, 40:4956-4960.
  55. A.G. Carlton, H-J Lim, K. Altieri, S. Seitzinger, B.J. Turpin. (2006) “Link between Isoprene and Secondary Organic Aerosol (SOA): Pyruvic acid oxidation yields low volatility organic acids in clouds”, Geophysical Research. Letters, 33: L06822.

    Published in 2005

  56. H-J Lim, G. Carlton and B.J. Turpin. (2005) “Isoprene Forms Atmospheric Particulate Matter through Cloud/Fog Processing: Model Simulations”, Environmental Science & Technology, 39:4441-4446.

    Published in 2002

  57. A.G. Carlton, and A. Teitz. (2002) “Design of a cost effective weighing facility for PM2.5 quality assurance”, J. of the Air & Waste Management Association, 52:174-185. Link to article.

    Published in 1999

  58. A.G. Carlton, M. Simcik, S.J. Eisenreich, R. Porcja, W. Johnson, B. Buckley and B.J. Turpin. (1999) “Micro-analysis methods for characterization of personal exposures”, Aerosol Science and Technology, 31:66-80. Link to article.