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  • Biswas, J.; Crist, K.; Ghosh, S. (2015) Assessment of Selective Reduction Strategies over north-eastern regions of Ohio using a photochemical grid model-A case study. Atmospheric & Climate Sciences, 5, 106-119
  • Grant, S.; Kim, M; Lin, P.; Crist, K.; Ghosh S. & Kotamarthi, R. (2014) A simulation study of atmospheric mercury and its deposition in the Great Lakes. Atmospheric Environment, 94, 164-172.
  • Ghosh, S.; Lin, P.; Kim, M.; Crist, K. & Grant, S. Simulation of Atmospheric Mercury with CMAQv4.7.1: Comparison with observations.  (Under review)
  • Grant, S.; Crist, K. PM2.5 Predicted from Aerosol Optical Depth and Local Meteorological in two urban cities Ohio. (Under review)
  • Crist, K.; Liu, B.; Kim, M.; Deshpande, S.R. & John, K. (2008). Characterization of Fine Particulate Matter in Ohio: Indoor, Outdoor, and Personal Exposures. Environmental Research, 106(1), 62-71.
  • Drewniak, B.A.; Kotamarthi, V.R.; Streets, D.; Kim, M. & Crist, K. (2008). Estimates of Mercury Flux into the United States from Non-local and Global Sources: Results from a 3-D CTM Simulation. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics Discussion, 8, 19861-19890.
  • Kim, M.; Crist, K.; Kadakia, A. & John, K. (2008). Modeling Study of Elemental Mercury Depletion during Plume Episodes in Ohio River Valley. Proceedings of the 19th IASTED International Conference, In: Modeling & Simulation, 620, 53-58.
  • Kim, M.; Deshpande, S.R. & Crist, K. (2007). Source Apportionment of Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) at a Rural Ohio River Valley Site. Atmospheric Environment, 41(39), 9231-9243.
  • John, K.; Karnae, S.; Crist, K.; Kim, M. & Kulkarni, Amol. (2007). Analysis of Trace Elements and Ions in Ambient Fine Particulate Matter at Three Elementary Schools in Ohio. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 57(4), 394 -406.
  • Yatavelli, R.L.; Fahrni, J.K.; Kim, M.; Crist, K.; Vickers, C.D.; Winter, S.E. & Connell, D.P. (2006). Mercury, PM2.5 and Gaseous Co-pollutants in the Ohio River Valley Region: Preliminary Results from the Athens Supersite. Atmospheric Environment, 40(34), 6650-6665.
  • Connell, D.P.; Winter, S.; Conrad, V.; Kim, M. & Crist, K. (2006). The Steubenville Comprehensive Air Monitoring Program (SCAMP): Concentrations and Solubilities of PM2.5 Trace Elements and their Implications for Source Apportionment and Health Perspective. Journal of Air & Waste Management Association, 56(12), 1750-1766.
  • Anderson, R.R.; Martello, D.V.; White, C.M.; Crist, K.; John, K.; Modey, W.K.& Eatough, D.J. (2004). The Regional Nature of PM2.5 Episodes in the Upper Ohio River Valley. Journal of Air & Waste Management Association, 54(8), 971-984.
  • Tang, W.; Raymond, T.; Wittig, B.; Davidson, C.; Pandis, S.N.; Robinson, A. & Crist, K. (2004). Spatial Variations of PM2.5 during the Pittsburgh Air Quality Study. Aerosol Science & Technology, 38(S2), 80-90.
  • Morrone, M. & Crist, K. (2004). Geographic Differences in parental Perception of Child Health. Journal of Children’s Health, 2(1), 77-86.