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Bibliography - Walter Moxim

  1. Moxim, Walter, Songmiao Fan, and Hiram Levy II, February 2011: The meteorological nature of variable soluble iron transport and deposition within the North Atlantic Ocean basin. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113, D03203, DOI:10.1029/2010JD014709 .
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  2. Cassar, N, M Bender, B A Barnett, Songmiao Fan, Walter Moxim, Hiram Levy II, and B Tilbrook, 2008: Response to Comment on "The Southern Ocean Biological Response to Aeolian Iron Deposition". Science, 319(5860), DOI:10.1126/science.1150011 .
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  3. Cassar, N, M Bender, B A Barnett, Songmiao Fan, Walter Moxim, Hiram Levy II, and B Tilbrook, 2007: The Southern Ocean biological response to aeolian iron deposition. Science, 317(5841), DOI:10.1126/science.1144602 .
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  4. Fan, Songmiao, Walter Moxim, and Hiram Levy II, 2006: Aeolian input of bioavailable iron to the ocean. Geophysical Research Letters, 33, L07602, DOI:10.1029/2005GL024852 .
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  5. Fan, Songmiao, Walter Moxim, and Hiram Levy II, May 2005: Implications of droplet nucleation to mineral dust aerosol deposition and transport. Geophysical Research Letters, 32, L10805, DOI:10.1029/2005GL022833 .
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  6. Fan, Songmiao, Larry W Horowitz, Hiram Levy II, and Walter Moxim, January 2004: Impact of air pollution on wet deposition of mineral dust aerosols. Geophysical Research Letters, 31(2), L02104, DOI:10.1029/2003GL018501 .
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  7. Phadnis, M J., Hiram Levy II, and Walter Moxim, 2002: On the evolution of pollution from South and Southeast Asia during the winter-spring monsoon. Journal of Geophysical Research, 107(D24), 4790, DOI:10.1029/2002JD002190 .
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  8. Kasibhatla, P S., Hiram Levy II, Walter Moxim, S N Pandis, J J Corbett, M C Peterson, R E Honrath, K Knapp, D D Parrish, , and G Frost, 2000: Do emissions from ships have a significant impact on concentrations of nitrogen oxides in the marine boundary layer? Geophysical Research Letters, 27(15), 2229-2232.
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  9. Moxim, Walter, and Hiram Levy II, 2000: A model analysis of the tropical South Atlantic Ocean tropospheric ozone maximum: The interaction of transport and chemistry. Journal of Geophysical Research, 105(D13), 17,393-17,415.
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  10. Yienger, J J., M Galanter, T Holloway, M J Phadnis, S K Guttikunda, G R Carmichael, Walter Moxim, and Hiram Levy II, 2000: The episodic nature of air pollution transport from Asia to North America. Journal of Geophysical Research, 105(D22), 26,931-26,945.
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  11. Levy II, Hiram, Walter Moxim, A Klonecki, and P S Kasibhatla, 1999: Simulated tropospheric NOx : Its evaluation, global distribution and individual source contributions. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104(D21), 26,279-26,306.
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  12. Yienger, J J., A Klonecki, Hiram Levy II, Walter Moxim, and G R Carmichael, 1999: An evaluation of chemistry's role in the winter-spring ozone maximum found in the northern midlatitude free troposphere. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104(D3), 3655-3667.
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  13. Levy II, Hiram, P S Kasibhatla, Walter Moxim, A Klonecki, A I Hirsch, S J Oltmans, and W L Chameides, 1997: The global impact of human activity on tropospheric ozone. Geophysical Research Letters, 24(7), 791-794.
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  14. Moxim, Walter, Hiram Levy II, and P S Kasibhatla, 1996: Simulated global tropospheric PAN: Its transport and impact on NOx. Journal of Geophysical Research, 101(D7), 12,621-12,638.
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  15. Lawrence, M G., W L Chameides, P S Kasibhatla, Hiram Levy II, and Walter Moxim, 1995: Lightning and atmospheric chemistry: the rate of atmospheric NO production In Handbook of Atmospheric Electrodynamics, Vol. 1, Bonn, Germany, CRC Press, 189-202.
  16. Levy II, Hiram, J J Yienger, Walter Moxim, P S Kasibhatla, and W L Chameides, 1995: The increase of pollutants (nitrogen oxides and ozone) in the summertime Midwest In Preparing for Global Change: A Midwestern Perspective, Amsterdam; The Netherlands, SPB Academic Publishing, 11-19.
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  17. Kasibhatla, P S., Hiram Levy II, and Walter Moxim, 1993: Global NOx, HNO3, PAN, and NOy distributions from fossil fuel combustion emissions: A model study. Journal of Geophysical Research, 98(D4), 7165-7180.
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  18. Levy II, Hiram, Walter Moxim, and P S Kasibhatla, 1993: Impact of global NOx sources on the northern latitudes In The Tropospheric Chemistry of Ozone in the Polar Regions, NATO ASI Series I, Vol. 7, Springer-Verlag, 77-88.
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  19. Kasibhatla, P S., Hiram Levy II, Walter Moxim, and W L Chameides, 1991: The relative impact of stratospheric photochemical production of tropospheric NOy levels: A model study. Journal of Geophysical Research, 96(D10), 18,631-18,646.
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  20. Moxim, Walter, 1990: Simulated transport of NOy to Hawaii during August: A synoptic study. Journal of Geophysical Research, 95(D5), 5717-5729.
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  21. Levy II, Hiram, and Walter Moxim, 1989: Examining the global impact of local/regional air pollution: The role of global chemical transport models In Air Pollution Modeling and its Application VII, Plenum Press, 139-157.
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  22. Levy II, Hiram, and Walter Moxim, 1989: Influence of long-range transport of combustion emissions on the chemical variability of the background atmosphere. Nature, 338(6213), 326-328.
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  23. Levy II, Hiram, and Walter Moxim, 1989: Simulated global distribution and deposition of reactive nitrogen emitted by fossil fuel combustion. Tellus B, 41B, 256-271.
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  24. Levy II, Hiram, and Walter Moxim, 1987: Fate of US and Canadian combustion nitrogen emissions. Nature, 328(6129), 414-416.
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  25. Mahlman, Jerry D., Hiram Levy II, and Walter Moxim, 1986: Three-dimensional simulations of stratospheric N2O: predictions for other trace constituents. Journal of Geophysical Research, 91(D2), 2687-2707.
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  26. Levy II, Hiram, Jerry D Mahlman, Walter Moxim, and S C Liu, 1985: Tropospheric ozone: The role of transport. Journal of Geophysical Research, 90(D2), 3753-3772.
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  27. Levy II, Hiram, Jerry D Mahlman, and Walter Moxim, 1982: Tropospheric N2O variability. Journal of Geophysical Research, 87(C4), 3061-3080.
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  28. Levy II, Hiram, Jerry D Mahlman, and Walter Moxim, 1980: A stratospheric source of reactive nitrogen in the unpolluted troposphere. Geophysical Research Letters, 7(6), 441-444.
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  29. Mahlman, Jerry D., Hiram Levy II, and Walter Moxim, 1980: Three-dimensional tracer structure and behavior as simulated in two ozone precursor experiments. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 37(3), 655-685.
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  30. Moxim, Walter, and Jerry D Mahlman, 1980: Evaluation of various total ozone sampling networks using the GFDL 3-D tracer model. Journal of Geophysical Research, 85(C8), 4527-4539.
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  31. Levy II, Hiram, Jerry D Mahlman, and Walter Moxim, 1979: Preliminary report on the numerical simulation of the three-dimensional structure and variability of atmospheric N2O. Geophysical Research Letters, 6(3), 155-158.
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  32. Mahlman, Jerry D., and Walter Moxim, 1978: Tracer simulation using a global general circulation model: results from a midlatitude instantaneous source experiment. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 35(8), 1340-1374.
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  33. Mahlman, Jerry D., and Walter Moxim, 1976: A method for calculating more accurate budget analyses of "sigma" coordinate model results. Monthly Weather Review, 104(9), 1102-1106.
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