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An efficient method for parametric uncertainty analysis of numerical geophysical models.
J. Geophys. Res., 102, 21925–21932 (with M. Tatang, W. Pan, and G. McRae).
Uncertainty analysis of indirect radiative forcing by anthropogenic sulfate aerosols. J.
Geophys. Res., submitted (with W. Pan and G. McRae).
Uncertainty analysis of direct radiative forcing by anthropogenic sulfate aerosols. J.
Geophys. Res., 102, 21915–12924 (with W. Pan, M. Tatang and G. McRae).
Global trends and emission estimates of carbon tetrachloride (CCL) from in-situ
background observations from July 1978 to June 1995: A maximum in atmospheric CCL
in 1990., J. Geophys. Res., submitted (with P.G. Simmonds, D.M. Cunnold, R.F. Weiss,
P.J. Fraser, et al.).
*Integrated Global System Model for climate policy assessment: Feedbacks and sensitivity
studies. Climatic Change, submitted (with H.D. Jacoby, A.P. Sokolov, C. Wang, X. Xiao,
Z.L. Yang, R.S. Eckaus, P.H. Stone, A.D. Ellerman, JM. Melillo, J. Fitzmaurice, D.W.
Kicklighter, G.L. Holian, and Y. Liu).
Atmospheric trend and lifetime of chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22) and the global
tropospheric OH concentration. J. Geophys. Res., submitted (with B.R. Miller, J. Huang,
R.F. Weiss, and P.J. Fraser).
A history of anthropogenic ozone-depleting gases in air, Reviews of Geophysics,
submitted (with R.F. Weiss, P.J. Fraser, P.G. Simmonds, D.M. Cunnold, F.N. Alyea, D.E.
Hartley et al.).
A global interactive chemistry and climate model. J. Geophys. Res., submitted (with C.
Wang, and A.P. Sokolov).
Transient climate change and net ecosystem production of the terrestrial biosphere. Global
Biogeochem. Cyc., submitted (with X. Xiao, JM. Melillo, D.W. Kicklighter, A.D.
McGuire, C. Wang, P.H. Stone, and A.P. Sokolov).
Parameterization of urban sub-grid scale processes in global atmospheric chemistry
models. J. Geophys. Res., in press (with J. Calbó, W. Pan, M. Webster, and G.J. McRae).
*Oceanic nonmethane hydrocarbon measurements and sea-air fluxes during ACE-1. J.
Geophys. Res., submitted (with G. Kleiman, A. Pszenny, and X. Shi).
Uncertainty in the oceanic heat and carbon uptake and their impact on climate projections.
Geophys. Res. Lett., submitted (with A. Sokolov, C. Wang, G. Holian, and P. Stone).
Interactions among emissions, atmospheric chemistry, and climate change: Implications
for future trends. J. Geophys. Res., submitted (with C. Wang).
Impact of the horizontal wind profile in the lower stratosphere on the convective transport
of chemical species. J. Geophys. Res., submitted (with C. Wang).
2. MEETING PROCEEDINGS, PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS, AND PROJECT REPORTS

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1970: * Analysis of limb darkening scans of Jupiter. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 51, 771. 1971: *Structural and compositional models for the Jovian atmosphere and clouds. In

Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Notes on Summer Study Program, Woods Hole

Oceanographic Institute, Ref. No. 71-63. Vol 1, 96-98. 1972: *The atmosphere of Uranus. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 4, 361 (with J.S. Lewis).

* The atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune: brief review. In Proceedings of the NATO
Advanced Study Institute on Planetary Atmospheres, Institute of Geophysics, Univ. of
Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey. 100–102.
Spectroscopy of Jupiter: 3200-11200 A. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 4, 361 (with C. Pilcher

and T. McCord). 1973: *A photochemical haze model for the clouds of Venus. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 5, 300.

A general circulation model of atmospheric ozone. Amer. Inst. Aero. Astro. Paper No. 73

529, 1-7 (with D.M. Cunnold, F.N. Alyea, and N. Phillips).
1974: *Stratospheric haze layers on Jupiter. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 6, 375–376.

A general circulation model of stratospheric ozone. In Proceedings of the International
Conference on Structure, Composition, and General Circulation of the Upper and Lower
Atmosphere and Possible Anthropogenic Perturbations, Int. Assoc. of Met. and Atmos.
Phys., Atmos. Environ. Service; Downsview, Ontario, Canada, pp. 932-970 (with D.M.
Cunnold, F.N. Alyea, and N. Phillips).
*The distributions of odd nitrogen and odd hydrogen in the natural and perturbed
stratosphere. In Second International Conference on the Environmental Impact of
Aerospace Operations in the High Atmosphere, Amer. Met. Soc., Boston, pp. 180–186
(with F.N. Alyea, D.M. Cunnold, and A. Katz).
First results of a general circulation model applied to the SST-NOx problem. In Second
International Conference on the Environmental Impact of Aerospace Operations in the
High Atmosphere, Amer. Met. Soc., Boston, pp. 187–193 (with D.M. Cunnold, F.N.

Alyea, and N. Phillips). 1975: *Photochemistry of phosphine in the atmospheres of Jupiter and Saturn. Bull. Amer.

Astron. Soc., 7, 381 (with J. S. Lewis). 1976: The ozone distribution above 10 mb in winter. In Proceedings of the International

Symposium on Ozone, Dresden, West Germany, pp. 333–355 (with D.M. Cunnold and

F.N. Alyea). 1977: *Carbon monoxide on Jupiter and implications for atmospheric convection. Bull. Amer.

Astron. Soc., 9, 475 (with S. Barshay).
*Chemistry and photochemistry of the Jovian atmosphere. Proceedings: Symposium on
Planetary Atmospheres, Royal Soc. of Canada, Ottawa, 103-104.
* Atmospheric chemistry, McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology,
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Fourth Edition, Vol. 9, pp. 542-543B. 1978: *Venus: chemistry of the lower atmosphere prior to the Pioneer Venus Mission.

Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 10, 544. 1979. *Sulfur chemistry in the lower atmosphere of Venus. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 11, 538–

539.
Winds in the lower atmosphere of Venus. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 11, 548 (with

C. Counselman, S. Gourevitch, R. King, and G. Loriot). 1980: *Chemistry of the atmosphere of Venus. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 61, 965. 1981: Planetary atmospheres. In McGraw Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, 300–303.

* Atmospheric chemistry. In McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology,
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Fifth Edition, Vol. 1, pp. 831-834. 1982: Carbonyl sulfide fluxes from a salt-water marsh. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 63, 1181

(with M. Carroll, L. Heidt, and R. Cicerone).
Effects of large impacts on evolution of the Earth's earliest atmosphere. Trans. Amer.

Geophys. Union, 63, 1018 (with B. Fegley and H. Hartman). 1983: Chemical probes of Saturn's deep atmosphere. Lunar and Planetary Science, 14, 189–190

(with B. Fegley).
Organic molecules and carbonaceous chondrites. Lunar and Planetary Science, 14, 279-

280 (with H. Hartman, B. Fegley, and J. Lewis). 1984: *Volcanoes and the clouds of Venus. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 16, 696. 1985: *Atmospheric chemistry: a global perspective. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 60, 233.

*Impacts, acid rain, and biospheric traumas. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 66, 813.
*The global biogeochemical system. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 66, 814.
Chemical processing of the Earth's earliest atmosphere by large impacts. Meteoritics, 20,

644-645 (with B. Fegley and H. Hartman). 1986: Predicted chemical models of the deep atmosphere of Uranus. Lunar and Planetary

Science, 22, 222-223 (with B. Fegley).
Vertical mixing of non-equilibrium trace gases from the deep atmosphere of Uranus,
Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 67, 342 (with B. Fegley).
Predicted abundances of deuterated compounds and the D/H ratio in the atmospheres of

Jupiter and Saturn. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 28, 780 (with B. Fegley). 1987: Chemical models of impact-generated atmospheres on the early Earth. Trans. Amer.

Geophys. Union, 68, 1337 (with B. Fegley).
On the possibility of reverse circulations in the spring Antarctic lower stratosphere.

Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 68, 1398 (with E. Olaguer). 1988: *After the fall: effects of large impacts on the atmosphere and biosphere. Amer. Assn.

Advan. Sci., Publ. 87-30, 12–13.
Oxygen production by large impacts into the Earth's early atmosphere. In Proceedings:
Conference on the Origin of the Earth, Lunar and Planetary Institute Contribution No.
681, Houston, pp. 18-19 (with B. Fegley).
Non-methane hydrocarbons and hydroxyl in the remote marine boundary layer.
Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 69, 1072 (with N. Donahue).
*Chemical interactions between the present-day Martian atmosphere and surface minerals:
implications for sample return. In Proceedings: Mars Sample Return Science Workshop,
Lunar and Planetary Institute Technical Report 88-07, Houston, pp. 141 (with B. Fegley).
*Biospheric traumas caused by large impacts and predicted relics in the sedimentary
record. In Proceedings: Snowbird Conference on Global Catastrophes in Earth History,
Lunar and Planetary Institute Contribution No. 673, Houston, pp. 145 (with B. Fegley).

*Chemical interactions between the present-day Martian atmosphere and surface minerals. In METV Workshop on the Nature and Composition of Surface Units on Mars, Lunar and

Planetary Institute Technical Report 88-05, pp. 105 (with B. Fegley). 1989: * Atmosphere, oceans, cryosphere, and pedosphere: a global view. Trans. Amer. Geophys.

Union, 70, 279.
Assessment of the feasibility of tropospheric field measurement of local hydroxyl radical
concentrations by an active titration method. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 70, 288 (with
M. Sprengnether).
*Atmosphere-surface interactions on Venus and Mars. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 70,
387–388 (with B. Fegley).
*Solar nebula mixing and the origin of ice-rich satellites and comets. Bulletin Amer.

Astron. Soc., 21, 914. 1990: Nonmethane hydrocarbon measurements during SAGA III. Trans. Amer. Geophys.

Union, 71, 1230 (with N. Donahue, J. Johnson, K. Kelly, A. Torres, A. Shashkov).
*Terrestrial environmental effects of large impacts: a review. Trans. Amer. Geophys.
Union, 71, 1425–1426.
* Atmosphere, oceans, and land: AGU Planet Earth Committee Report. Trans. Amer.

Geophys. Union, 71, 1855-1857. 1991: The feasibility of measuring local tropospheric hydroxyl radical concentrations by an

active titration method: field and laboratory results. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 72,
100 (with M. Sprengnether).
Deducing trace gas emissions using an inverse method in a three-dimensional chemical

transport model. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 72, 102 (with D.E. Hartley). 1992: Nonmethane hydrocarbon measurements during IGACMAGE. Trans. Amer. Geophys.

Union, 73, 81 (with X. Shi and J. Graham).
*Inverse Modeling in Atmospheric Chemistry. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 73, 93 (with
D. Hartley).
Global emissions estimates for the CFCs based on ALE/GAGE and other measurements.
Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 73, 93 (with D.M. Cunnold, F.N. Alyea, P.J. Fraser, R.F.
Weiss, P.G. Simmonds).
Deducing trace gas emissions using the Kalman filter in NCAR's CCM2. Trans. Amer.
Geophys. Union, 73, 93 (with D.E. Hartley).
Validating NCAR's CCM2 Chemical Transport using a simulation of CFC-11 and
comparing to ALE/GAGE observations. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 73, 61 (with D.E.

Hartley). 1993: *Hot questions, cool answers. The World Paper, World Times, Inc., Boston, April 1993,

10-11.
* Advanced Global Atmospheric Gases Experiment (AGAGE). In Climate Monitoring and
Diagnostics Laboratory Summary Report 1992, ed. J. Peterson and R. Rosson; Report
21, NOAA/ERL, Boulder, CO, pp. 108–109 (with R.F. Weiss, F.N. Alyea, D.M. Cunnold,

P.J. Fraser, L. Steele, and P.G. Simmonds). 1994: *Global atmospheric-biospheric chemistry. In Global Change of Planet Earth, OECD

MegaScience Forum Series, Paris, pp. 48–54.
*Planetary atmospheres: Three decades of exploration. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 75,
*Biogeochemical ocean-atmosphere transfers. JGOFS Report No. 14, Scientific
Committee on Ocean Research, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 14 pgs. (with P.
Liss and P. Buat-Menard).
*Global change: problems and uncertainties. In Proceedings of the International
Symposium on Climate Change and Rice, International Rice Research Institute, Manila.
Preliminary results of a coupled biogeochemistry-global circulation climate model:
evolution of the zonal-averaged distribution of CFC1z. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 75,
136 (with C. Wang, A. Sokolov, and P. Stone).
Trend in HCFC-22 at Cape Grim, Tasmania (1978-present) and variations in HCFC-22,
CHBr, CH3C1z, and CFC-12 at La Jolla, California. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 75,
141 (with B.R. Miller, R.F. Weiss, P.J. Fraser, and J. Huang).
Non-methane hydrocarbon measurements in a subtropical forest during a rainy period.
Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 75, 145 (with J. Graham and X. Shi).
Uncertainty in climate change policy analysis. MIT Joint Program on the Science and
Policy of Global Change Report No. 1, 34 pgs. (with H. Jacoby).
International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Project: The operational Plan.
International Geosphere-Biosphere Program, Report 32, Stockholm, 134 pgs. (ed., with
A. Pszenny).
* Atmospheric CFC-11 (CC13F), CFC-12 (CC12F2), and N20 from the ALE/GAGE
Network. In Trends '93: A Compendium of Data on Global Change, eds. T. Boden, D.
Kaiser, R. Sepanski, F. Stoss, Pub. No. ORNL/CDIAC-65, Oak Ridge TN, pp. 396-420
(with R.F. Weiss, F. N. Alyea, D.M. Cunnold, P.J. Fraser, P.G. Simmonds, A. Crawford,
R. Rasmussen, and R.D. Rosen).
* Advanced Global Atmospheric Gases Experiment (AGAGE). In Climate Monitoring and
Diagnostics Laboratory Summary Report 1993, eds. J. Peterson, R. Rosson, Report 22,
NOAA/ERL, Boulder, CO, pp. 135–136 (with R.F. Weiss, F.N. Alyea, D.M. Cunnold,

P.J. Fraser, P. Steele, and P.G. Simmonds). 1995: *Global observations of halocarbons restricted under the Montreal Protocol. Trans. Amer.

Geophys. Union, 76, F107 (with P.J. Fraser, R.F. Weiss, B.R. Miller, D.M. Cunnold, F.N.
Alyea, D.E. Hartley, and P.G. Simmonds).
Optimal determination of global tropospheric OH concentrations using combined CH3CC1z
and CHF2Cl data. Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 76, F68 (with J. Huang, P.J. Fraser, R.F.
Wiess, and B.R. Miller).
Trace gas transport in a global chemical transport model based on observed winds. Trans.
Amer. Geophys. Union, 76, F122 (with N. Mahowald and P. Rasch).
ALE/GAGE global halocarbon measurements and the Montreal Protocol World
Meteorological Org. Report WMO/TD-No. 710, 225-229 (with P.J. Fraser, N. Derek, R.
Langenfelds, L. Porter, R.F. Weiss, B.R. Miller, P.G. Simmonds, E.N. Alyea, and D.M.
Cunnold).
A coupled atmospheric chemistry and climate model for chemically and radiatively
important trace species. World Meteorological Org. Report WMO/TD-No. 710, 182-183
(with C. Wang, A. Sokolov, P. Stone, Y. Liu, and X. Xiao).
An interactive transient global emission model for nitrous oxide (N2O). World
Meteorological Org. Report WMO/TD-No. 710, 205–208 (with Y. Liu, C. Li, X. Xiao,

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