ARL Weekly News – July 21, 2023
Howard Diamond was quoted in a USAToday Fact Check article: Human greenhouse gas emissions, not El Niño, drive climate change
A comprehensive approach combining positive matrix factorization modeling, meteorology, and machine learning for source apportionment of surface ozone precursors: Underlying factors contributing to ozone formation in Houston, Texas by Nelson, D., Choi, Y., Sadeghi, B., Arash KY, Ghahremanloo, M., Park, J., was accepted in Environmental Pollution 334, 122223 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2023.122223
Supporting Advancement in Weather and Water Prediction in the Upper Colorado River Basin: The SPLASH Campaign, has been accepted for publication in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. Authors include Gijs de Boer; Allen White; Robert Cifelli; Janet Intrieri; Mimi Hughes; Kelly Mahoney; Tilden Meyers; Kathy Lantz; Jonathan Hamilton; Ryan Currier; Joseph Sedlar; Christopher Cox; Erik Hulm; Laura Riihimaki; Bianca Adler; Laura Bianco; Annareli Morales; James Wilczak; Jack Elston; Maciej Stachura; Darren Jackson; Sara Morris; V Chandrasekar; Sounak Biswas; Benjamin Schmatz; Francesc Junyent; Jennifer Reithel; Elizabeth Smith; Katya Schloesser; John Kochendorfer; Michael Meyers; Michael Gallagher; Jake Longenecker; Carrie Olheiser; Janice Bytheway; Benjamin Moore; Radiance Calmer; Matthew Shupe; Brian Butterworth; Stella Heflin; Rachel Palladino; Daniel Feldman; Kenneth Williams; James Pinto; Jackson Osborn; Dave Costa; Emiel Hall; Christian Herrera; Gary Hodges; Logan Soldo; Scott Stierle; and Robert Webb.
Wind Tunnels and Their Uses to Study Variables Affecting Precision Applications of Agricultural Sprays, by Womac, Alvin Ray; Ozkan, Erdal; Zhu, Heping; Kochendorfer, John; Jeon, Hongyoung; Eswarachandra, Nataraj, was accepted for publication in the ASABE Journal.