Thomas Holsen
Thomas Holsen
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei clarkson.edu
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PAH source fingerprints for coke ovens, diesel and, gasoline engines, highway tunnels, and wood combustion emissions
NR Khalili, PA Scheff, TM Holsen
Atmospheric environment 29 (4), 533-542, 1995
12831995
Mercury contamination in forest and freshwater ecosystems in the northeastern United States
CT Driscoll, YJ Han, CY Chen, DC Evers, KF Lambert, TM Holsen, ...
BioScience 57 (1), 17-28, 2007
5292007
Biological mercury hotspots in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada
DC Evers, YJ Han, CT Driscoll, NC Kamman, MW Goodale, KF Lambert, ...
Bioscience 57 (1), 29-43, 2007
3212007
Comparison of hybrid receptor models to locate PCB sources in Chicago
YK Hsu, TM Holsen, PK Hopke
Atmospheric Environment 37 (4), 545-562, 2003
3032003
Dry deposition of particulate polychlorinated biphenyls and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons to Lake Michigan
TP Franz, SJ Eisenreich, TM Holsen
Environmental Science & Technology 32 (23), 3681-3688, 1998
2061998
Dry deposition of polychlorinated biphenyls in urban areas
TM Holsen, KE Noll, SP Liu, WJ Lee
Environmental science & technology 25 (6), 1075-1081, 1991
1961991
Characteristics of the major chemical constituents of PM2. 5 and smog events in Seoul, Korea in 2003 and 2004
HS Kim, JB Huh, PK Hopke, TM Holsen, SM Yi
Atmospheric Environment 41 (32), 6762-6770, 2007
1812007
Characteristics and environmental significance of colloids in landfill leachate
V Gounaris, PR Anderson, TM Holsen
Environmental Science & Technology 27 (7), 1381-1387, 1993
1761993
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Chicago air
M Odabasi, N Vardar, A Sofuoglu, Y Tasdemir, TM Holsen
Science of the Total Environment 227 (1), 57-67, 1999
1731999
Measurement of dry deposition and air− water exchange of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons with the water surface sampler
M Odabasi, A Sofuoglu, N Vardar, Y Tasdemir, TM Holsen
Environmental science & technology 33 (3), 426-434, 1999
1691999
Dry deposition of atmospheric particles: application of current models to ambient data
TM Holsen, KE Noll
Environmental science & technology 26 (9), 1807-1815, 1992
1671992
Removal of sparingly soluble organic chemicals from aqueous solutions with surfactant-coated ferrihydrite
TM Holsen, ER Taylor, YC Seo, PR Anderson
Environmental science & technology 25 (9), 1585-1589, 1991
1261991
Dry deposition and particle size distributions measured during the Lake Michigan urban air toxics study
TM Holsen, KE Noll, GC Fang, WJ Lee, JM Lin, GJ Keeler
Environmental science & technology 27 (7), 1327-1333, 1993
1181993
Application of receptor modeling to atmospheric constituents at Potsdam and Stockton, NY
W Liu, PK Hopke, Y Han, SM Yi, TM Holsen, S Cybart, K Kozlowski, ...
Atmospheric Environment 37 (36), 4997-5007, 2003
1162003
Locating and quantifying PCB sources in Chicago: receptor modeling and field sampling
YK Hsu, TM Holsen, PK Hopke
Environmental science & technology 37 (4), 681-690, 2003
1162003
Characteristics of atmospheric speciated mercury concentrations (TGM, Hg (II) and Hg (p)) in Seoul, Korea
SH Kim, YJ Han, TM Holsen, SM Yi
Atmospheric Environment 43 (20), 3267-3274, 2009
1072009
Concentrations and gas/particle partitioning of PCBs in Chicago
Y Tasdemir, N Vardar, M Odabasi, TM Holsen
Environmental Pollution 131 (1), 35-44, 2004
1022004
Atmospheric gaseous mercury concentrations in New York State: relationships with meteorological data and other pollutants
YJ Han, TM Holsen, SO Lai, PK Hopke, SM Yi, W Liu, J Pagano, ...
Atmospheric Environment 38 (37), 6431-6446, 2004
1012004
Dry deposition fluxes and mass size distributions of Pb, Cu, and Zn measured in southern Lake Michigan during AEOLOS
RD Paode, SC Sofuoglu, J Sivadechathep, KE Noll, TM Holsen, ...
Environmental science & technology 32 (11), 1629-1635, 1998
991998
Gaseous mercury fluxes from the forest floor of the Adirondacks
HD Choi, TM Holsen
Environmental Pollution 157 (2), 592-600, 2009
952009
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