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Publications (29 June, 2009)

In preparation:

1. Ovadnevaite, J., D. Ceburnis, H. Berresheim, C. D. O’Dowd, K. Plauskaite-Sukiene, K. Kvietkus, and R. Modini, Transport of volcanic aerosol over the North East Atlantic, extended abstract, International Conference on Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols, Prague, submitted, 2009.

2. Acker, K., W. Wieprecht, H. Berresheim, and D. Möller, Chlorine partitioning in the marine atmosphere of Mace Head (Ireland), International Conference on Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols, Prague, submitted, 2009.

3. Paasonen, P., S.-L. Sihto, T. Nieminen, H. Vuollekoski, I. Riipinen, C. Plass-Dülmer, H. Berresheim, W. Birmili, and M. Kulmala, Contribution of sulphuric acid and volatile organic compounds to new particle formation in Hohenpeissenberg (Germany), Boreal Environ. Res., submitted, 2009.

4. Acker, K., W. Wieprecht, I. Trebs, S. Gilge, C. Plass-Dülmer, K. Staudt, H. Berresheim, and D. Möller, Spatial and temporal variability of nitrous acid over complex terrain in the Bavarian Alpine foreland, to be submitted, 2008.

5. Bey, I., J. Drevet, S. Koumoutsaris, H. Berresheim, A. Fiore, D. Hauglustaine, T. van Noije, S. Rast, M. Schultz, S. Szopa, K. Thomas, and T. Wagner, Interannual variability in hydroxyl radicals, 1987-2005, J. Geophys. Res., submitted, 2008.

Already published:

6. Ovadnevaite, J., D. Ceburnis, K. Plauskaite-Sukiene, R. Modini, I. Rimselyte, K. Kvietkus, Z. Ristovski, H. Berresheim, and C.D. O’Dowd, Volcanic sulfate and Arctic dust plumes over the North Atlantic Ocean, Atmos. Environ., in press, 2009.

7. Schlosser, E., Brauers, T., Dorn, H.-P., Fuchs, H., Häseler, R., Hofzumahaus, A., Holland, F., Wahner, A., Kanaya, Y., Kajii, Y., Miyamoto, K., Nishida, S., Watanabe, K., Yoshino, A., Kubistin, D., Martinez, M., Rudolf, M., Harder, H., Berresheim, H., Elste, T., Plass-Dülmer, C., Stange, G., and Schurath, U., Formal blind intercomparison of OH measurements: results from the international campaign HOxComp, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 9, 14081-14139, 2009.

8. Held, A., A. Zerrath, U. McKeon, T. Fehrenbach, R. Niessner, C. Plass-Dülmer, U. Kaminski, H. Berresheim, and U. Pöschl, Aerosol size distributions measured in urban, rural, and high-alpine air with an electrical low pressure impactor (ELPI), Atmos. Environ., 42, 8502-8512, 2008.

9. Sihto, S.-L., I. Riipinen, P. Paasonen, H. Vuollekoski, T. Nieminen, F. Arnold, C. Plass-Dülmer, H. Berresheim, W. Birmili, K.E.J. Lehtinen, and M. Kulmala: Connections between sulphuric acid and new particle formation: Analysis of atmospheric field data from Finnish and German stations, In: Proceedings of the Nordic Center of Excellence BACCI (Biosphere-Atmosphere-Cloud-Climate-Interactions) and the Finnish Center of Excellence 'Research Unit on Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Atmospheric Composition and Climate Change' Activities in 2002-2007 (Eds. M. Kulmala, J. Bäck, M. Salonen), Report Series in Aerosol Science 93, Finnish Association for Aerosol Research, pp. 218-222, 2008.

10. Hock, N., J. Schneider, S. Borrmann, A. Römpp, G. Moortgat, T. Franze, C. Schauer, U. Pöschl, C. Plass-Dülmer, and H. Berresheim, Rural continental aerosol properties and processes observed during the Hohenpeissenberg Aerosol Characterization Experiment (HAZE2002), Atmos. Chem. Phys., 8, 603-623, 2008.

11. Schaub, D., D. Brunner, K.F. Boersma, J. Keller, D. Folini, H. Berresheim, and J. Staehelin, SCIAMACHY tropospheric NO2 over Switzerland: Estimates of NOx lifetimes and impact of inaccurate representation of the complex Alpine topography on the retrieval, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 7, 5971-5987, 2007.

12. Bartenbach, S., J. Williams, C. Plass-Dülmer, H. Berresheim, and J. Lelieveld, In-situ measurement of reactive hydrocarbons at Hohenpeissenberg with comprehensive gas chromatography (GCxGC-FID): use in estimating HO and NO3, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 7, 1-14, 2007.

13. Berresheim, H., Oxidation efficiency of the atmosphere - Measurements of the OH radical, in: The German Contribution to the WMO/GAW Programme (on the occasion of the 225th anniversary of GAW Hohenpeissenberg Observatory), W. Fricke, L.A. Barrie, and R. Schleyer (eds.), World Meteorological Organization, GAW report 167, 64-67, 2006.

14. Plass-Dülmer, C., and H. Berresheim, Volatile organic compound measurements at Hohen­peissenberg as part of GAW, in: The German Contribution to the WMO/GAW Programme (on the occasion of the 225th anniversary of GAW Hohenpeissenberg Observatory), W. Fricke, L.A. Barrie, and R. Schleyer (eds.), World Meteorological Organization, GAW report 167, 59-63, 2006.

15. Rohrer, F., and H. Berresheim, Strong correlation between levels of tropospheric hydroxyl radicals and solar ultraviolet radiation, Nature, 442, 184-187, 2006.

16. Notholt, J., and H. Bingemer (lead authors), H. Berresheim, J. Holton, A. Kettle, E. Mahieu, and S. Montzka, Chapter 2: Precursor Gas Measurements, pp. 29-76, in: SPARC Assessment of Stratospheric Aerosol Properties (ASAP), L. Thomason and Th. Peter (Eds.), WCRP-124, WMO/TD No. 1295, SPARC Report No. 4, Toronto, Canada, February 2006.

17. Berresheim, H., Atmospheric composition forecast, ground truthing, model evaluation and data availability / NRT data delivery, in: Chemical Data Assimilation for the Observation of the Earth’s Atmosphere, (L. Barrie, J.P. Burrows, P. Monks, and P. Borrell, eds.), ACCENT/WMO Workshop in support of IGACO, GAW report 169, ACCENT, Urbino, pp. 84-86, 2006.

18. Berresheim, H., H. Flentje, and M. Schultz, Towards an operational chemical weather forecast: GEMS and GAW, in: Chemical Data Assimilation for the Observation of the Earth’s Atmosphere, (L. Barrie, J.P. Burrows, P. Monks, and P. Borrell, eds.), ACCENT/WMO Workshop in support of IGACO, GAW report 169, ACCENT, Urbino, pp. 88-90, 2006.

19. Acker, K., D. Möller, W. Wieprecht, F. X. Meixner, B. Bohn, S. Gilge, C. Plass-Dülmer, and H. Berresheim, Strong daytime production of OH from HNO2 at a rural mountain site, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L02809, doi: 10.1029/2005GL024643, 2006.

20. Davis, D., F. Eisele, G. Chen, J. Crawford, G. Huey, D.Tanner, D. Slusher, L. Mauldin, S. Oncley, D. Lenschow, S. Semmer, R. Shetter, B. Lefer, R. Arimoto, A. Hogan, P. Grube, M. Lazzara, A. Bandy, D. Thornton, F. Tu, H. Berresheim, H. Bingemer, M. Hutterli, J. McConnell, R. Bales, J. Didd, M. Buhr, J. Park, P. McMurry, A. Swanson, S. Meinardi, and D. Blake, An overview of ISCAT 2000, Atmos. Environ., 38, 5363-5373; 2004.

21. Mannschreck, K., S. Gilge, C. Plass-Dülmer, W. Fricke, and H. Berresheim, Assessment of the applicability of NO-NO2-O3 photostationary state to long-term measurements at the Hohenpeissenberg GAW Station, Germany, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 4, 1265-1277, 2004.

22. Vrekoussis, M., M. Kanakidou, N. Mihalopoulos, P. J. Crutzen, J. Lelieveld, D. Perner, H. Berresheim, and E. Baboukas, Role of NO3 radical in oxidation processes in the eastern Mediterranean troposphere during the MINOS campaign, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 4, 169-182, 2003.

23. Bardouki, H., H. Berresheim, M. Vrekoussis, J. Sciare, G. Kouvarakis, K. Oikonomou, J. Schneider, and N. Mihalopoulos, Gaseous (DMS, MSA, SO2, H2SO4 and DMSO) and particulate (sulfate and methanesulfonate) sulfur species over the northeastern coast of Crete, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 3, 1871-1886, 2003.

24. Handisides, G. M., C. Plass-Dülmer, S. Gilge, H. Bingemer, and H. Berresheim, Hohen­peissen­berg Photochemical Experiment (HOPE 2000): Measurements and photo­stationary state calculations of OH and peroxy radicals, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 3, 1565-1588, 2003.

25. Berresheim, H., C. Plass-Dülmer, T. Elste, N. Mihalopoulos, and F. Rohrer, OH in the coastal boundary layer of Crete during MINOS: Measurements and relationship with ozone photolysis, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 3, 639-649, 2003.

26. Salisbury, G., J. Williams, R. Holzinger, V. Gros, L. Lange, X. Xu, N. Mihalopoulos, M. Vrekoussis, J. Sciare, H. Berresheim, M. Lawrence, R. von Kuhlmann, and J. Lelieveld, Ground-based PTR-MS measurements of reactive organic compounds during the MINOS campaign in Crete, July-August 2001, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 3, 925-940, 2003.

27. Gros, V., J. Williams, J. van Aardenne, G. Salisbury, R. Hofmann, M. Lawrence, R. von Kuhlmann, J. Lelieveld, M. Krol, H. Berresheim, J. Lobert, and E. Atlas, On the origins of anthropogenic hydrocarbons and halocarbons measured in the summertime European outflow on Crete 2001, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 3, 1223-1235, 2003.

28. Xu, X., J. Williams, C. Plass-Dülmer, H. Berresheim, G. Salisbury, L. Lange, and J. Lelieveld, GC x GC measurements of C7-C11 aromatic and n-alkane hydrocarbons on Crete, in air from Eastern Europe during the MINOS campaign, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 3, 1461-1475, 2003.

29. Mandalakis, M., H. Berresheim, and E. G. Stephanou, Direct evidence for destruction of polychlorobiphenyls by OH radicals in the subtropical troposphere, Environ. Sci. Technol., 37, 542-547, 2003.

30. Birmili, W., H. Berresheim, C. Plass-Dülmer, T. Elste, S. Gilge, A. Wiedensohler, and U. Uhrner, The Hohenpeissenberg aerosol formation experiment (HAFEX): A long-term study including size-resolved aerosol, H2SO4, OH, and monoterpene measure­ments, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 3, 361-376, 2003.

31. Uhrner, U., W. Birmili, F. Stratmann, M. Wilck, I. J. Ackermann, and H. Berresheim, Particle formation at a continental background site: Comparison of model results with observations, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 3, 347-359, 2003.

32. Lelieveld, J., H. Berresheim, S. Borrmann, P. J. Crutzen, F. J. Dentener, H. Fischer, J. de Gouw, J. Feichter, P. Flatau, J. Heland, R. Holzinger, R. Korrmann, M. Lawrence, Z. Levin, K. Markowicz, N. Mihalopoulos, A. Minikin, V. Ramanathan, M. de Reus, G. J. Roelofs, H. A. Scheeren, J. Sciare, H. Schlager, M. Schultz, P. Siegmund, B. Steil, P. Stier, M. Traub, J. Williams, and H. Ziereis, Global air pollution crossroads over the Mediterranean, Science, 298, 794-799, 2002.

33. Kulmala, M., P. Korhonen, I. Napari, R. Jansson, H. Berresheim, and C. D. O'Dowd, Aerosol formation during PARFORCE: Ternary nucleation of H2SO4, NH3, and H2O, J. Geophys. Res., 107(D19), 8111, doi: 10.1029/2001JD000900, 2002.

34. O'Dowd, C.D., K. Hämeri, J.M. Mäkelä, L. Pirjola, M. Kulmala, S.G. Jennings, H. Berresheim, H.-C. Hansson, G. de Leeuw, A. G. Allen, C. N. Hewitt, A. Jackson, Y. Viisanen, T. Hoffmann, A dedicated study of new particle formation and fate in the coastal environment (PARFORCE): Overview of objectives and initial achievements, J. Geophys. Res., 107(D19), 8108, doi: 10.1029/2001JD000555, 2002.

35. O'Dowd, C. D., K. Hämeri, J. Mäkelä, M. Väkeva, P. Aalto, G. de Leeuw, G. J. Kunz, E. Becker, H.-C. Hansson, A. G. Allen, R. M. Harrison, H. Berresheim, C. Kleefeld, M. Geever, S. G. Jennings, and M. Kulmala, Coastal new particle formation: Environmental conditions and aerosol physico-chemical characteristics during nucleation bursts, J. Geophys. Res., 107(D19), 8107, doi: 10.1029/2000JD000206, 2002.

36. Berresheim, H., T. Elste, H. G. Tremmel, A. G. Allen, H.-C. Hansson, K. Rosman, M. DalMaso, J. M. Mäkelä, M. Kulmala, and C. D. O'Dowd, Gas-aerosol relationships of H2SO4, MSA, and OH: Observations in the coastal marine boundary layer at Mace Head, Ireland, J. Geophys. Res., 107(D19), 8100, doi: 10.1029/2000JD000229, 2002.

37. Sartin, J. H., C. J. Halsall, L. A. Robertson, R. G. Gonard, A. R. MacKenzie, H. Berres­heim, and C. N. Hewitt, Temporal patterns, sources, and sinks of C8-C16 hydrocarbons in the atmosphere of Mace Head, Ireland, J. Geophys. Res., 107(D19), 8099, doi: 10.1029/2000JD000232, 2002.

38. Plass-Dülmer, C., K. Michl, R. Ruf, and H. Berresheim, C2-C8 hydrocarbon measure­ment and quality control procedures at the Global Atmosphere Watch Observatory Hohen­peissenberg, J. Chromatography A, 953, 175-197, 2002.

39. Berresheim, H., C. Plass-Dülmer, T. Elste, S. Gilge, A. Wiedensohler, and W. Birmi­­li, New particle formation and growth: Evaluation of long-term measure­ments of atmo­spheric H2SO4, SO2, OH, and hydrocarbons, J. Aerosol Sci., 32, S599-S600, 2001.

40. Birmili, W., H. Berresheim, C. Plass-Dülmer, T. Elste, A. Wiedensohler, and U. Uhr­­ner, New particle formation and growth: Event parametrisation and relations to gas phase precursors and meteorology, J. Aerosol Sci., 32, S609-S610, 2001.

41. Uhrner, U., W. Birmili, H. Berresheim, M. Wilck, I.J. Ackermann, and F. Stratmann, Indications for top of PBL particle formation over a remote continental site: Model studies and observations, J. Aerosol Sci., 32, S607-S608, 2001.

42. Fabian, P., M. Winterhalter, B. Rappenglück, H. Reitmayer, A. Stohl, P. Koepke, H. Schlager, H. Berresheim, T. Foken, B. Wichura, K.-H. Häberle, R. Matyssek, and T. Kartschall, The BAYSOFI campaign: Measurements carried out during the total solar eclipse of August 11, 1999, Meteorol. Zeitschrift, 10, 165-170, 2001.

43. Fabian, P., B. Rappenglück, A. Stohl, H. Werner, M. Winterhalter, H. Schlager, P. Stock, H. Berresheim, U. Kaminski, P. Koepke, J. Reuder, and W. Birmili, Boundary layer photochemistry during a total solar eclipse, Meteorol. Zeitschrift, 10, 187-192, 2001.

44. Winkler, P., U. Kaminski, S. Gilge, U. Köhler, H. Berresheim, C. Plass-Dülmer and J. Riedl, Beobachtungen am Meteorologischen Observatorium Hohenpeissenberg während der Sonnenfinsternis vom 11.8.1999, Berichte des Deutschen Wetterdienstes, 214, 42 pp., Offenbach/M., 2000.

45. Berresheim, H., T. Elste, C. Plass-Dülmer, F.L. Eisele, and D.J. Tanner, Chemical ionization mass spectrometer for long-term measurements of atmospheric OH and H2SO4, Int. J. Mass Spectrom., 202, 91-109, 2000.

46. Birmili, W., A. Wiedensohler, C. Plass-Dülmer, and H. Berresheim, Evolution of newly formed aerosol particles in the continental boundary layer: A case study in­cluding OH and H2SO4 measurements, Geophys. Res. Lett., 27, 2205-2208, 2000.

47. Berresheim, H., Aerosol precursor studies at Mace Head, Ireland: Measurements of gaseous H2SO4, MSA, and OH, Report Series in Aerosol Science, no. 48, pp. 71-76, Finnish Association for Aerosol Research, Univ. Helsinki, Finland, 2000.

48. Berresheim, H., T. Elste, C. O'Dowd, H.C. Hansson, and J. Mäkelä, Is particle nuc­leation in the coastal atmosphere related to ambient H2SO4, MSA, or OH con­cen­trat­ions?, J. Aerosol Sci., 31, S650-651, 2000.

49. O'Dowd, C., E. Becker, C. Hoell, J.M. Mäkelä, M. Kulmala, K. Hämeri, M. Väkevä, L. Pirjola, P. Aalto, H-C. Hansson, J. Strom, S.G. Jennings, M. Geever, G. de Leeuw, G. Kunz, H. Berresheim, C.N. Hewitt, J. Sartin, R.M. Harrison, A.G. Allen, Y. Viisanen, P. Korhonen, S. Rapsomanikis, and T. Hoffmann, PARFORCE: Objectives and achievements, J. Aerosol Sci., 31, S596-597, 2000.

50. Uhrner, U., W. Birmili, M. Wilck, H. Berresheim, C. Plass-Dülmer, I.J. Ackermann, A. Wiedensohler, and F. Stratmann, Particle formation and loss processes at a remote hill site: Comparison of model results with observations, J. Aerosol Sci., 31, S144-145, 2000.

51. Birmili, W., A. Wiedensohler, C. Plass-Dülmer, and H. Berresheim, Long-term meas­ure­ments of events of new particle formation at Hohenpeissenberg: Methods of analysis and climatology, in: Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols 2000, edited by B. N. Hale and M. Kulmala, American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings, vol. 534, pp. 819-822, 2000.

52. Berresheim, H., T. Elste, C. Plass-Dülmer, W. Birmili, A. Wiedensohler, C.D. O'Dowd, H.C. Hansson, and J.M. Mäkelä, Observed H2SO4 and OH concentrations and their relation to particle nucleation events in marine and rural continental air, in: Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols 2000, edited by B. N. Hale and M. Kulmala, American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings, vol. 534, pp. 823-826, 2000.

53. O'Dowd, C. D., J. M. Mäkelä, P. Korhonen, K. Hämeri, M. Väkevä, L. Pirjola, H.-C. Hansson, S. G. Jennings, G. de Leeuw, G. Kunz, H. Berresheim, R. M. Harrison, A. G. Allen, Y. Viisanen, and M. Kulmala, PARFORCE: objectives and achievements, in: Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols 2000, edited by B. N. Hale and M. Kulmala, American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings, vol. 534, pp. 827-830, 2000.

54. Kettle, A. J., M. O. Andreae, D. Amouroux, T. W. Andreae, T. S. Bates, H. Berresheim, H. Bingemer, R. Boniforti, M.A.J. Curran, G.R. DiTullio, G. Helas, G.B. Jones, M.D. Keller, R.P. Kiene, C. Leck, M. Levasseur, G. Malin, M. Maspero, P. Matrai, A. R. McTaggart, N. Mihalopoulos, B. C. Nguyen, A. Novo, J. P. Putaud, S. Rapsomanikis, G. Roberts, G. Schebeske, S. Sharma, R. Simo, R. Staubes, S. Turner, and G. Uher, A global database of sea surface dimethyl sulfide (DMS) measurements and a procedure to predict sea surface DMS as a function of latitude, longitude and month, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 13, 399-444, 1999.

55. Berresheim, H., Beiträge zur Rolle des natürlichen Schwefelkreislaufs in der Atmo- sphäre, Berichte des Deutschen Wetterdienstes, 205, 201 pp., Offenbach/M., 1999.

56. Berresheim, H., and F. L. Eisele, Sulfur chemistry in the Antarctic troposphere experiment: An overview of project SCATE, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 1619-1627, 1998.

57. Berresheim, H., J. W. Huey, R. P. Thorn, F. L. Eisele, D. J. Tanner, and A. Jefferson, Measurements of dimethylsulfide, dimethylsulfoxide, dimethylsulfone, and aerosol ions at Palmer Station, Antarctica, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 1629-1637, 1998.

58. Jefferson, A., D. J. Tanner, F. L. Eisele, and H. Berresheim, Sources and sinks of H2SO4 in the remote Antarctic marine boundary layer, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 1639-1645, 1998.

59. Jefferson, A., D. J. Tanner, F. L. Eisele, D. D. Davis, G. Chen, J. Crawford, J. W. Huey, A. L. Torres, and H. Berresheim, OH photochemistry and methane sulfonic acid formation in the coastal Antarctic marine boundary layer, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 1647-1656, 1998.

60. Davis, D. D., G. Chen, P. Kasibhatla, A. Jefferson, D. Tanner, F. Eisele, D. Lenschow, W. Neff, and H. Berresheim, DMS oxidation in the Antarctic marine boundary layer: Comparison of model simulations and field observations of DMS, DMSO, DMSO2, H2SO4, MSA(g), and MSA(p), J. Geophys. Res., 103, 1657-1678, 1998.

61. Berresheim, H., Methoden und Prozesse der atmosphärischen Chemie, Promet, 1/2, 61-68, 1997.

62. Berresheim, H., Schwefel in der Atmosphäre: Globale Trends und klimatische Bedeutung, Annal. Met., 31, 204-205, 1995.

63. Berresheim, H., P. H. Wine, and D. D. Davis, Sulfur in the atmosphere, in Composition, Chemistry, and Climate of the Atmosphere, edited by H. B. Singh, pp. 251-307, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1995.

64. Berresheim, H., F. L. Eisele, D. J. Tanner, and A. Jefferson, Atmospheric sulfur and hydroxyl radical measurements at Palmer Station, Antarctic Journal of the U.S., 29(5), 313-315, 1995.

65. Berresheim, H., F. L. Eisele, and D. J. Tanner, Field studies of atmospheric DMS chemistry using selected ion chemical ionization mass spectrometry, in Dimethyl­sulfide: Oceans, Atmosphere and Climate, edited by G. Restelli, and G. Angeletti, pp. 239-242, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1993.

66. Lin, X., W. L. K. Chameides CS, C. S. Kiang, A. W. Stelson, and H. Berresheim, Reply to D. A. Hegg: Second comment on "A model study of the formation of cloud condens­ation nuclei in remote areas" by Lin et al, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 20815-20816, 1993.

67. Lin, X., W. L. Chameides, C. S. Kiang, A. W. Stelson, and H. Berresheim, Reply to D. A. Hegg: Comment on "A model study of the formation of cloud condensation nuclei in remote marine areas", J. Geophys. Res., 98, 10815-10817, 1993.

68. Berresheim, H., F. L. Eisele, and D. J. Tanner, Method for real-time detection of dimethylsulfone in ambient air, Anal. Chem., 65, 3168-3170, 1993.

69. Berresheim, H., F. L. Eisele, D. J. Tanner, D. S. Covert, L. McInnes, and D. C. Ramsey-Bell, Atmospheric sulfur chemistry and cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) concentrations over the northeastern Pacific coast, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 12701-12711, 1993.

70. Pos, W. H., and H. Berresheim, Automotive tire wear as a source for atmospheric OCS and CS2, Geophys. Res. Lett., 20, 815-817, 1993.

71. Berresheim, H., Distribution of atmospheric sulfur species over various wetland regions in the southeastern United States, Atmos. Environ., 27, 211-221, 1993.

72. Trainer, M., D. D. Parrish, M. P. Buhr, R. B. Norton, F. C. Fehsenfeld, K. G. Anlauf, J. W. Bottenheim, Y. Z. Tang, H. A. Wiebe, J. M. Roberts, R. L. Tanner, L. Newman, V. C. Bowersox, J. F. Meagher, K. J. Olszyna, M. O. Rodgers, T. Wang, H. Berresheim, and K. L. Demerjian, Correlation of Ozone with NOy in Photochemically Aged Air, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 2917-2926, 1993.

73. Parrish, D. D., M. P. Buhr, M. Trainer, R. B. Norton, J. P. Shimshock, F. C. Fehsenfeld, K. G. Anlauf, J. W. Bottenheim, Y. Z. Tang, H. A. Wiebe, J. M. Roberts, R. L. Tanner, L. Newman, V. C. Bowersox, K. J. Olszyna, E. M. Bailey, M. O. Rodgers, T. Wang, H. Berresheim, U. K. Roychowdhury, and K. L. Demerjian, The total reactive oxidized nitrogen levels and the partitioning between the individual species at six rural sites in eastern North America, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 2927-2940, 1993.

74. Berresheim, H., D. J. Tanner, and F. L. Eisele, Real-time measurement of dimethyl sulfoxide in ambient air, Anal. Chem., 65, 84-86, 1993.

75. Lin, X., W. L. Chameides, C. S. Kiang, A. W. Stelson, and H. Berresheim, A model study of the formation of cloud condensation nuclei in remote marine areas, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 18161-18172, 1992.

76. Berresheim, H., and V. Vulcan, Vertical Profiles of DMS, COS, CS2, SO2, and aerosol sulfur compounds in a loblolly pine forest, Atmos. Environ., 26A, 2031-2036, 1992.

77. Eisele, F. L., and H. Berresheim, High-pressure chemical ionization flow reactor for real-time mass spectrometric detection of sulfur gases and unsaturated hydrocarbons in air, Anal. Chem., 64, 283-287, 1992.

78. Berresheim, H., M. O. Andreae, R. L. Iverson, and S. M. Li, Seasonal variations of dimethylsulfide emissions and atmospheric sulfur and nitrogen species over the western North Atlantic Ocean, Tellus B, 43, 353-372, 1991.

79. Talbot, R. W., M. O. Andreae, H. Berresheim, D. J. Jacob, and K. M. Beecher, Sources and sinks of formic, acetic, and pyruvic acids over central Amazonia. 2. Wet season, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 16799-16812, 1990.

80. Andreae, M. O., H. Berresheim, H. Bingemer, D. J. Jacob, B. L. Lewis, and S. M. Li, and R.W.Talbot, The atmospheric sulfur cycle over the Amazon basin. 2. Wet season, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 16813-16824, 1990.

81. Talbot, R. W., M. O. Andreae, H. Berresheim, P. Artaxo, M. Garstang, R. C. Harriss, K. M. Beecher, and S. M. Li, Aerosol chemistry during the wet season in central Amazonia: The influence of long-range transport, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 16955-16969, 1990.

82. Andreae, M. O., R. W. Talbot, H. Berresheim, and K. M. Beecher, Precipitation chemistry in central Amazonia, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 16987-16999, 1990.

83. Berresheim, H., M. O. Andreae, G. P. Ayers, R. W. Gillett, J. T. Merrill, V. J. Davis, and W. L. Chameides, Airborne measurements of dimethylsulfide, sulfur dioxide, and aerosol ions over the Southern Ocean south of Australia, J. Atmos. Chem., 10, 341-370, 1990.

84. Berresheim, H., The atmospheric sulfur budget over Sapelo Island during spring: Natural versus anthropogenic contributions, Annual Report, University of Georgia, Athens, Marine Institute, Sapelo Island, Ga., pp. 101-102, 1990.

85. Berresheim, H., M. O. Andreae, G. P. Ayers, and R. W. Gillett, Distribution of biogenic sulfur compounds in the remote southern hemisphere, in Biogenic Sulfur in the Environment, edited by E. S. Saltzman, and W. J. Cooper, , vol. vol. 393, pp. 352-366, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., 1989.

86. Keene, W. C., R. W. Talbot, M. O. Andreae, K. Beecher, H. Berresheim, M. Castro, J. C. Farmer, J. N. Galloway, M. R. Hoffmann, S. M. Li, J. R. Maben, J. W. Munger, R. B. Norton, A. A. P. Pszenny, H. Puxbaum, H. Westberg, and W. Winiwarter, An intercomparison of measurement systems for vapor and particulate phase concentrations of formic and acetic acids, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 6457-6472, 1989.

87. Berresheim, H., Atmospheric chemistry of dimethylsulfide in a coastal environment, Annual Report, University of Georgia, Athens, Marine Institute, Sapelo Island, Ga., pp. 75-77, 1989.

88. Jaeschke, W., H. Obenland, F. Meixner, H. Berresheim, G. Ockelmann, N. Beltz, J. Herrmann, and W. Haunold, Die Entwicklung des Chemilumineszenzverfahrens zur Bestimmung atmosphärischer SO2-Spuren, Ber. Inst. Meteorol. Geophys. Univ. Frankfurt, 80, 211-238, 1989.

89. Andreae, M. O., H. Berresheim, T. W. Andreae, M. A. Kritz, T. S. Bates, and J. T. Merrill, Vertical distribution of dimethylsulfide, sulfur dioxide, aerosol ions, and radon over the northeast Pacific Ocean, J. Atmos. Chem., 6, 149-173, 1988.

90. Berresheim, H., Biogenic sulfur emissions from the Subantarctic and Antarctic oceans, J. Geophys. Res., 92, 13245-13262, 1987.

91. Van Valin, C. C., H. Berresheim, M. O. Andreae, and M. Luria, Dimethyl sulfide over the western Atlantic Ocean, Geophys. Res. Lett., 14, 715-718, 1987.

92. Berresheim, H., and W. Jaeschke, Study of metal aerosol systems as a sink for atmospheric SO2, J. Atmos. Chem., 4, 311-334, 1986.

93. Jaeschke, W., H. Berresheim, and J. Herrmann, Laboruntersuchungen zur SO2-Oxidation in Gegenwart von luftgetragenen Tropfen und Partikeln, Atmosphärische Prozesse, Texte Umweltbundesamt, Band 1, pp. 345-367, 1986.

94. Berresheim, H., and W. Jaeschke, Chemical removal of SO2 from the moist atmo­sphere by heavy metal aerosols, in Air Pollution and Plants, edited by C. Troya­nowsky, , vol., pp. 112-115, Verlag Chemie, Weinheim, 1985.

95. Jaeschke, W., N. Beltz, H. Berresheim, and J. Herrmann, Physikalische Chemie des Niederschlags: Labor- und Feldmessungen, Ber. SFB 73 f. 1982-84, Frankfurt/M., pp. 1-28, 1985.

96. Berresheim, H., and W. Jaeschke, Laboratory studies of the multiphase SO2-oxidation, in Proceedings of the Conference on Gas-Liquid Chemistry of Natural Waters, edited by L. Newman, , vol. vol. 1, pp. 15/1-15/8,, Brookhaven National Lab., BNL 51757, 1984.

97. Berresheim, H., and W. Jaeschke, The contribution of volcanoes to the global atmospheric sulfur budget, J. Geophys. Res., 88, 3732-3740, 1983.

98. Berresheim, H., and W. Jaeschke, Sulfur emissions from volcanoes, in Chemistry of the Unpolluted and Polluted Troposphere, edited by H. W. Georgii, and W. Jaeschke, NATO Adv. Study Inst. Ser, vol. C96, pp. 325-340, Reidel, Dordrecht, 1982.

99. Jaeschke, W., H. Berresheim, and H.-W. Georgii, Sulfur emissions from Mt. Etna, J. Geophys. Res., 87, 7253-7261, 1982.

100. Jaeschke, W., N. Beltz, H. Berresheim, and J. Herrmann, Physikalische Chemie des Niederschlags: Labor- und Feldmessungen, Ber. SFB 73 f. 1979-81, Frankfurt/M., pp. 9-26, 1982.

101. Berresheim, H., and W. Jaeschke, Schwermetalle im Niederschlag über dem nördlichen und südlichen Atlantik, in Atomspektrometrische Spurenanalyse, edited by B. Welz, vol., pp. 305-313, Verlag Chemie, Weinheim, 1982.

 
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