Published in , 1900
Wildland fire as an atmospheric source of viable microbial aerosols and biological ice nucleating particles
Published in ISMEJ, 2020
In this study we analyzed microbial cells and biological ice nucleating particles (INPs) in smoke emitted from eight prescribed wildland fires in North Florida.
Recommended citation: Moore, Rachel; Bomar, C.; Kobziar, L; Christner, B.C. (2020). Wildland fire as an atmospheric source of viable microbial aerosols and biological ice nucleating particles. ISMEJ. Link coming soon
Published in Atmosphere, 2020
The processes removing aerosols from the atmosphere during rainfall are generically referred to as scavenging. Scavenging influences aerosol distributions in the atmosphere, with consequent effects on cloud properties, radiative forcing, and human health. In this study, we investigated the below-cloud scavenging process, specifically focusing on the scavenging of 0.2 to 2 µm-sized microbial aerosols by populations of water drops with average diameters of 3.0 and 3.6 mm.
Recommended citation: Moore, R.A.; Hanlon, R.; Powers, C.; Schmale, D.G., III; Christner, B.C. Scavenging of Sub-Micron to Micron-Sized Microbial Aerosols during Simulated Rainfall. Atmosphere 2020, 11, 80. https://www.mdpi.com/614202
Published in , 2020
Recommended citation: Moore, R.A.; Martinetti, D; Christner, B.C.; Morris, C.E. (2020). Land cover and climate influence the sensitivity of rainfall to bioaerosols; In prep.