Explore our collection of dissertations from the Atmospheric Sciences program at Michigan Technological University below.

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Theses/Dissertations/Reports from 2018

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MORPHOLOGY AND MIXING STATE OF SOOT AND TAR BALLS: IMPLICATIONS FOR OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND CLIMATE, Janarjan Bhandari

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Investigation of microphysical properties of laboratory and atmospheric clouds using digital in-line holography, Neel Desai

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Long-term Changes in Extreme Air Pollution Meteorology and Implications for Air Quality, Pei Hou

Theses/Dissertations/Reports from 2017

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LABORATORY, COMPUTATIONAL AND THEORETICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF ICE NUCLEATION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR MIXED PHASE CLOUDS, Fan Yang

Theses/Dissertations/Reports from 2016

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LABORATORY MEASUREMENTS OF CONTACT NUCLEATION BY MINERAL DUSTS, BACTERIA, AND SOLUBLE SALTS, Joseph Niehaus

Theses/Dissertations/Reports from 2015

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LABORATORY AND FIELD INVESTIGATION OF MIXING, MORPHOLOGY AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF SOOT AND SECONDARY ORGANIC AEROSOLS, Noopur Sharma

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CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSPORT AND TRANSFORMATION OF AIR POLLUTANTS OBSERVED IN THE FREE TROPOSPHERE OVER THE CENTRAL NORTH ATLANTIC, Bo Zhang

Reports/Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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MORPHOLOGY AND MIXING STATE OF ATMOSPHERIC PARTICLES: LINKS TO OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND CLOUD PROCESSING, Swarup China

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INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF THE CONTACT LINE IN HETEROGENEOUS NUCLEATION WITH HIGH SPEED IMAGING, Colin Gurganus

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DENITRIFICATION IN SOILS: FROM GENES TO ENVIRONMENTAL OUTCOMES, Jianqiu Zheng

Reports/Theses/Dissertations from 2013

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Investigations of Cloud Microphysical Response to Mixing Using Digital Holography, Matthew Jacob Beals