Philip K. Hopke

Department of Public Health Sciences

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

265 Crittenden Boulevard, CU 420644

Rochester, NY 14642

585-276-3240

philip_hopke@URMC.rochester.edu

phopke@clarkson.edu

 

 

Patents:

1.         System for Determining Health Risk Due to Radon Progeny and Uses Thereof, Patent No. 5,204,528, April 20, 1993, G.S. Hurst, H.A. Wright and P.K. Hopke.

2.         Devices, Methods, and Systems for Detecting Particles in Aerosol Gas Streams, Patent No. 7,777,867, August 17, 2010, P.K. Hopke and J.L. Ambs.

 

Books Written:

1.         Receptor Modeling in Environmental Chemistry, P.K. Hopke, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York (1985).  

 

Books Edited:  

1.         Atmospheric Aerosol: Source/Air Quality Relationships, E.S. Macias and P.K. Hopke, eds., Symposium Series No. 167, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. (1981).

2.         Analytical Aspects of Environmental Chemistry, D.F.S. Natusch and P.K. Hopke, eds., J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York (1983).  

3.         Receptor Models Applied to Contemporary Pollution Problems, S.L. Dattner and P.K. Hopke, eds., Air Pollution Control Association, Pittsburgh, PA (1983).  

4.         Radon and Its Decay Products: Occurrence, Properties and Health Effects, P.K. Hopke, ed., Symposium Series 331, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. (1987).

5.         Receptor Modeling for Air Quality Management, P.K. Hopke, ed., Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 1991.

 

Chapters in Books:

1.         The Field Measurements of the Activity-Weighted Size Distributions of Radon Decay Products, P. Wasiolek, P.K. Hopke, N. Montassier, A. Cavallo, K. Gadsby, in Measurement of Toxic and Related Pollutants, A&WMA Publication VIP-21, Air & Waste Management Association, Pittsburgh, PA, 128-133 (1991).

2.         Target Transformation Factor Analysis for Indoor Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons Collected in Columbus, Ohio, M.D. Cheng, P.K. Hopke, N.K. Wilson, in Measurement of Toxic and Related Pollutants, A&WMA Publication VIP-21, Air & Waste Management Association, Pittsburgh, PA, 621-624 (1991).

3.         A New Receptor Model Developed by Modifying a Direct Trilinear Decomposition, Y. Zeng and P.K. Hopke, in Measurement of Toxic and Related Pollutants, A&WMA Publication VIP-21, Air & Waste Management Association, Pittsburgh, PA, 861-866 (1991).

4.         Factor and Correlation Analysis of Multivariate Environmental Data, P.K. Hopke, in Methods of Environmental Data Analysis, C.N. Hewitt, ed., Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 139-180 (1992).

5.         Measurement of Size Distributions of Indoor Radioactive Aerosol, C.S. Li and P.K. Hopke, in Indoor Radon and Lung Cancer: Myth or Reality, Battelle Memorial Press, Columbus, OH, 113-128 (1992).

6.         Air Cleaning and Radon Decay Product Mitigation, P.K. Hopke, C.S. Li, and M. Ramamurthi, in Indoor Radon and Lung Cancer: Myth or Reality, Battelle Memorial Press, Columbus, OH, 479-491 (1992)

7.         Neutron Activation and Plasma Emission Spectrometric Analysis in Archaeology, S.U. Wisseman and P.K. Hopke, British Museum, London England, 67-90 (1992).

8.         Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Several Types of Air Cleaners in Reducing the Hazards of Indoor Radon Decay Products, N. Montassier, P.K. Hopke, Y. Shi, and P. Wasiolek, Measurements of Toxic and Related Air Pollutants, A&WMA Publication, Pittsburgh, PA, 77-82 (1992).

9.         Recent Advances and Future Developments in the Application of Nuclear Analytical Methods to Air Pollution Studies, S. Landsberger and P.K. Hopke, Applications of Isotopes and Radiation in Conservation of the Environment, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, 1992.

10.       Hygroscopicity of Consumer Product Aerosols, P.K. Hopke, W. Li, and S.K. Dua, Proceedings of Indoor Air '93, vol. 4, pp. 49-54 (1993).

11.       The Diffusion of Technological Knowledge: A Case Study in North American Ceramic Analysis, T. Riley, P.K. Hopke, R. Martin, and J.W. Porter, Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials, W. Williams and S. Wisseman, eds, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 41-58 (1994).

12.       The Mixture Resolution Problem Applied to Airborne Particle Source Apportionment, P. K. Hopke, Chemometrics in Environmental Chemistry, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. 47-86 (1995).

13.       Assessment of Exposure to Radon and Its Decay Products From Showering in Radon-Laden Water, P.K. Hopke, T. Raunemaa, V. Datye, K. Kuuspalo, and B. Jensen, Indoor Air An Integrated Approach, 107-110 (1995)

14.       Evaluation of an Electrostatic Air Cleaner for Particle and Radon-Decay Product Removal from Indoor Air, P.K. Hopke, B. Jensen, R. Sextro, M. Xu, and M. Nematollahi, Indoor Air An Integrated Approach, 351-354 (1995).

15.       Experimental Study of Ion-Induced Nucleation of Volatile Organic Compounds by Radon Decay, F. He and P.K. Hopke, in Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols 1996, ed by M. Kulmala and P.E. Wagner, Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, U.K. 50-53 (1996).

16.       Receptor Modeling for Air Quality Management, P.K. Hopke, in Issues in Environmental Science, R.E. Hester and R.M. Harrison ed., Issue 8, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, U.K., 95-117 (1997).

17.       Design of Large Scale Models Based on Multiple Neural Network Approach, L. Hadjiiski and P.K. Hopke, in: Smart Engineering Systems: Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, Data Mining, and Evolutionary Programming, C.H. Dagli, M. Akay, O. Ersoy, B.R. Fernández, and A. Smith, Eds., Volume 7 of Intelligent Engineering Systems Through Artificial Neural Networks, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, 61-66 (1997).

18.       Development of a Drinking Water Standard for 222Rn in the United States, P.K. Hopke, In Radon and Thoron in the Human Environment, A. Katase and M. Shimo ed., 503-505 (1998).

19.       A Prospective Assessment of 210Rn Exposure, B. Fitzgerald and P.K. Hopke, In Radon and Thoron in the Human Environment, A. Katase and M. Shimo ed., 28-38 (1998).

20.       Quality Assurance, P.K. Hopke, In: Elemental Analysis of Airborne Particles, S. Landsberger and M. Creatchman,, eds, Gordon & Breach, London, 235-271 (1999).

21.       An Introduction to Receptor Modeling, P.K. Hopke, In: Elemental Analysis of Airborne Particles, S. Landsberger and M. Creatchman, eds., Gordon & Breach, London, 273-315 (1999).

22.       Multiple Site Receptor Modeling with a Minimal Spanning Tree Combined with a Kohonon Neural Network, P.K. Hopke, SPIE Proceedings 3854:30-35 (1999).

23.       Multiway Analysis of Airborne Particle Composition Data, P.K. Hopke, Y. Xie, and P. Paatero, SPIE Proceedings 3854:36-42 (1999).

24.       Dynamic State Phase Diagrams for Nucleated Systems, M.P. Anisimov, S.D. Shandakov, V.A. Pinaev, I.I. Shvets, and P.K. Hopke, In: Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols, B. Hale, and M. Kulmala, eds., American Institute of Physics, AIP Conference Proceedings 534, pp. 315-318 (2000).

25.       Use of a Turbulent Mixing CNC to Study the Influence of Composition and Vapor Properties on Heterogeneous Nucleation, P.K. Hopke, D.W.Lee, Rashid Mavliev, and Hwa- Chi Wang, In: Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols, B. Hale, and M. Kulmala, eds., American Institute of Physics, AIP Conference Proceedings 534, pp.139-142 (2000).

26.       Improvement of the Homogeneous Nucleation Rate Measurements in a Static Diffusion Chamber with Use of a CCD Camera, V. Zmal, J. Smolík, P.K. Hopke, and J. Matas, In: Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols, B. Hale, and M. Kulmala, eds., American Institute of Physics, AIP Conference Proceedings 534, pp. 311-314 (2000).

27.       Source-Receptor Relations in Terplice and Prachatice, J.P. Pinto, R.K. Stevens, R.D. Willis, Y. Mamane, Z. Ramadan, and P.K. Hopke, IN: Teplice Program: Impact of Air Pollution on Human Health, R.J. Šrám, ed., Academia, Prague, pp. 71-79 (2001)

28.       Missing Data, D.B. Rubin, C. Liu, and P.K. Hopke, Chapter VAM023, in Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, Abdel El-Shaarawi and Walter Piegorsch, eds. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 3 pp. (2001).

29.       Chemical Mass Balance, P.K. Hopke, Chapter VAC017, in Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, Abdel El-Shaarawi and Walter Piegorsch, eds. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 3 pp. (2001).

30.       Calibration, P.K. Hopke, Chapter VAC001, in Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, Abdel El-Shaarawi and Walter Piegorsch, eds. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 3 pp. (2001).

31.       Concentration, ambient, P.K. Hopke, Chapter VAC044, in Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, Abdel El-Shaarawi and Walter Piegorsch, eds. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 2 pp. (2001).

32.       Advances in Monitoring Methods for Airborne Particles, P.K. Hopke, in Aerosols Handbook: Measurements, Dosimetry and Health Effects, L. Ruzer and N. Harley, eds., CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, 35-46 (2004).

33.       A Preliminary Investigation into the Possible Emission Sources for Atmospheric Mercury Found in the Lake Champlain Basin, N. Gao, N.G. Armatas, B. Puchalski, P.K. Hopke, and R. Poirot, in Lake Champlain: Partnerships and Research in the New Millennium, T.O. Manley, P.L. Manley, and T.B. Mihuc, eds. Springer-Verlag, New York (2004).

34.       Nucleation Rate Surface Construction for Water Vapor. M.P. Anisimov, L. Anisimova, P.K. Hopke. In: Nonequilibrium Processes. Plasma, Aerosols, and Atmospheric Phenomena. Volume 2. Eds by G.D. Roy, S. M. Frolov, and A.M. Sterik. Torus Press. Moscow. 260-266 (2005).

35.       Some General Requirements for Vapor Nucleation Rate Experiments. M.P. Anisimov and P.K. Hopke. In: Nonequilibrium Processes. Plasma, Aerosols, and Atmospheric Phenomena. Volume 2. Eds by G.D. Roy, S. M. Frolov, and A.M. Sterik. Torus Press. Moscow. 267-275 (2005)

36.       Identification, Resolution and Apportionment of Contamination Sources, R. Tauler, P. Paatero, R.C. Henry, C. Spiegelman, E.S. Park, R.L. Poirot, M. Viana, X. Querol, P.K. Hopke, in Developments in Integrated Environmental Assessment, Volume 3, Edited by: A.J. Jakeman, A.A. Voinov, A.E. Rizzoli and S.H. Chen, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, pp. 269-284 (2008).

37.       Theory and Application of Atmospheric Source Apportionment, P.K. Hopke, in Developments in Environmental Science, Volume 9, Edited by A.H. Legge, Elsevier, Ltd., Burlington, MA, pp. 1-33 (2009).

38.       Structural and Manufacturing Considerations for a Research Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, D. Valyou, S. Dhaniyala, P. Marzocca. P. Hopke, SAE Paper 2009-01-3196 (2009).

39.       UAV Operation, Crash Analysis, and Measurement of Particle Concentrations above a Forest and Surrounding Farmland, D. Valyou, S. Dhaniyala, P. Marzocca, P.K. Hopke, , P.D. Nallathamby, S.C. Pryor, SAE Paper 2009-01-3129 (2009).

40.       Environmental Chemometrics, P.K. Hopke, in Comprehensive Chemometrics, Edited by S.D. Brown, R. Tauler, and B. Walczak, Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, pp. 55-74 (2009).

41.       Air Pollution in Cold Regions, P.K. Hopke, in Cold Regions: Science and Marine Technology, H. Shen, Ed., in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the auspices of the UNESCO, EOLSS Publishers, Oxford, U.K., (2010).

42.       CFD Study of Human Respiratory Dose to Indoor Particular Contaminants, L. Tian, G. Ahmadi, P.K. Hopke, Y.S. Cheng, Transactions 2010, Vol. 116, Part 1, OR-10-032 (2010).

43.       Particle Deposition in the Human Respiratory Tract, P.K. Hopke, Z. Wang, in Fine Particles in Medicine and Pharmacy, E. Matijević, ed., Springer, New York, pp. 223-240 (2011).

44.       Chemical Mass Balance, P.K. Hopke in Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, A.-H. El-Shaarawi and W. Piegorsch (eds), John Wiley & Sons Ltd: Chichester, UK. DOI: 10.1002/9780470057339.vac017.pub2. (2013).

45.       Concentration, Ambient, P.K. Hopke in Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, A.-H. El- Shaarawi and W. Piegorsch (eds), John Wiley & Sons Ltd: Chichester, UK. DOI: 10.1002/9780470057339.vac044.pub2. (2013).

46.       Chemometrics, P.K. Hopke, C.H. Spiegelman, K.S. Park in Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, A.-H. El-Shaarawi and W. Piegorsch (eds), John Wiley & Sons Ltd: Chichester, UK. DOI: 10.1002/9780470057339.vac020.pub2. (2013).

47.       Sources of PM in the environment. P.K. Hopke, in Particulate Matter: Environmental Monitoring & Mitigation, M. Cruz Minguillón, M. Viana, and X. Querol, eds., Future Science, Ltd., http://www.futuremedicine.com/doi/book/10.4155/9781909453135, pp 22-33.

48.       Reactive Ambient Particles, P.K. Hopke, Chapter 1 in Air Pollution and Health Effects, Molecular and Integrative Toxicology, S.S. Nadadur, J.W. Hollingsworth (eds.), Springer- Verlag, London, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4471-6669-6_1, pp. 1-24, 2015.

49.       Applying Multivariate Curve Resolution to Source Apportionment of the Atmospheric Aerosol, P.K. Hopke, in 40 Years of Chemometrics – From Bruce Kowalski to the Future; Eds: B.K. Lavine, S.D. Brown, K. Booksh; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, pp. 129-157, 2015.

50.       Case Studies of Source Apportionment from North America, P.K. Hopke, in Airborne Particulate Matter: Sources, Atmospheric Processes and Health, Eds: R M Harrison, R E. Hester, X. Querol, From series: Issues in Environmental Science and Technology, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK., pp. 126-167, 2016.

51.       Current State of Particulate Air Quality, P.K. Hopke, R.M. Harrison, F. de Leeuw, X. Querol, Chapter 1 in Non-Exhaust Emissions: An Urban Air Quality Problem for Public Health, F. Amato, Ed, Elsevier, Inc., Amsterdam, pp. 1-19, 2018.

 

Journal Articles:

1.         Decay of Tb157, R. A. Naumann and P. K. Hopke, Phys. Rev.160, 1035-1038 (1967).

2.         Decay of Ho163, P. K. Hopke, J. S. Evans and R. A. Naumann, Phys. Rev. 171, 1290-1292 (1968).

3.         Spin of the 1029-keV Level in Hg200, P. K. Hopke, R. A. Naumann and E. H. Spejewski, Phys. Rev. 177, 1802-1805 (1969).

4.         Decay of Pt193, P. K. Hopke and R. A. Naumann, Phys. Rev. 185, 1565-1567 (1969).

5.         Level Structure of Te116,118,120,122, E. H. Spejewski, P. K. Hopke and F. W. Loeser, Jr., Phys. Rev.186, 1270-1279 (1969).

6.         E3 Isomer in Ag105, P. K. Hopke, R. A. Naumann, E. H. Spejewski and A. T. Strigachev, Phys. Rev. 187, 1704-1708 (1969).

7.         Levels in Bi203, Bi205 and Bi207, P. K. Hopke, R. A. Naumann and E. H. Spejewski, Phys. Rev.187, 1709-1721 (1969).

8.         Levels in 119,121,123Te, E. H. Spejewski, P. K. Hopke and F. W. Loeser, Jr., Nuclear Physics Al46, 182-192 (1970).

9.         Decay of 205At, P. K. Hopke, R. A. Naumann and E. H. Spejewski, Nuclear Physics, A149,63-64 (1970).

10.       Isotope Separator On-Line at the Princeton-Pennsylvania Accelerator, E. H. Spejewski, R. A. Naumann, F. W. Loeser, Jr., H. Hübel, P. K. Hopke, Nucl. Instr. Methods 84, 237-243 (1970).

11.       The Isometric Transitions in 179m2Hf, H. Hübel, R. A. Naumann, P. K. Hopke, Phys. Rev. C2, 1447-1451 (1970).

12.       Half-Life Variations of 131I Samples, W. H. Zoller, P. K. Hopke, J. L. Fasching, E. S. Macias, W. B. Walters, Phys. Rev. C3, 1699-1701 (1971).

13.       193Pt L-Electron Capture Half-Life, P. K. Hopke, R. A. Naumann, Phys. Rev. C4, 606 (1971).

14.       Identification and Characterization of 134mI, C. D. Coryell, H. N. Erten, P. K. Hopke, W. B. Walters, R. Dams, H. C. Griffin, Nuclear Physics A179, 689-700 (1972).

15.       The Decay of 195Pb and 197Pb, P. K. Hopke, H. Hubel, R. A. Naumann, E. H. Spejewski, A. T. Strigachev, Nuclear Physics A184, 497-506 (1972).

16.       The Radioactive Decay of 130mI, 130gI and 130Cs to levels in 130Xe, P. K. Hopke, A.G. Jones, W.B. Walters, A. Prindle, R.A. Meyer, Phys. Rev. C 745-756.

17.       Anomalous Arsenic Concentrations in Chautauqua Lake, S.A. Lis, P.K. Hopke, Environmental Letters 5:45-51 (1973).  

18.       Extranuclear Effects on Nuclear Decay Rates, P. K. Hopke, J. Chem. Ed. 51, 517-519 (1974).

19.       Arsenic Concentrations of Household Laundry Products, V. Colasanti, P.K. Hopke, Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters 18:123-128 (1974).

20.       Arsenic Concentrations and Distributions in Chautauqua Lake Sediments, D.F. Ruppert, P.K. Hopke, P.R. Clute, W.J. Metzger, D.J. Crowley, J. Radioanal. Chem. 22:159-169 (1974).

21.       Effects of the Shutdown of a Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Plant, B.A. Bolton, M.A. Salerno, and P.K. Hopke, J. Radioanal. Chem. 23:189-194 (1974).

22.       Spectrophotometric Determination of Nitrate Ion in Fresh Waters, R.A. Peterson, M.M. Metro, P.K. Hopke, Int. J. Env. Anal. Chem. 3:185-190 (1974).  

23.       Radioactivity in Natural Waters from a Nuclear Fuels Reprocessing Plant, D.F. Ruppert, G.W. Pilgrim, P.K. Hopke, Int. J. Env. Anal. Chem. 4:65-74 (1975).

24.       Gamma Ray Tables for Neutron, Fast Neutron, and Photon Activation Analysis, Part I, S.A. Lis, P.K. Hopke, J.L. Fasching, J. Radioanal. Chem. 24:125-247 (1975).

25.       Gamma Ray Tables for Neutron, Fast Neutron, and Photon Activation Analysis, Part II, S.A. Lis, P.K. Hopke, J.L. Fasching, J. Radioanal. Chem. 25:303-428 (1975).

26.       Dynamics of Diquat in a Model Eco-System, B. Shaw and P.K. Hopke, Environmental Letters 8:325-335 (1975).

27.       The Use of Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis for the Determination of Arsenic Concentrations in Poultry, B.A. Bolton, P.K. Hopke, J. Radioanal. Chem. 25:299-302 (1975).

28.       Hindered Beta Decay of 95Nbm and the Decay Sequence 95Zr ->95Nbm + g ->95Mo, P. K. Hopke, R. A. Meyer, Phys. Rev. C13, 434-436 (1976).

29.       Geochemical Profile of Chautauqua Lake Sediments, P.K. Hopke, D.G. Ruppert, P.R. Clute, W.J. Metzger, D.J. Crowley, J. Radioanal. Chem. 29:39-59 (1976).

30.       Application of Multivariate Analysis to the Interpretation of the Chemical and Physical Analysis of Lake Sediments, P.K. Hopke, J. Environ. Sci. Health A11:367-383 (1976).

31.       The Use of Multivariate Analysis to Identify Sources of Selected Elements in the Boston Urban Aerosol, P.K. Hopke, E.S. Gladney, G.E. Gordon, W.H. Zoller, A.G. Jones, Atmospheric Environ. 10:1015-1025 (1976).

32.       Evaluation of Preconcentration Methods for Trace Elemental Analysis of Natural Waters, M.M. Ulrich and P.K. Hopke, Research/Development 28(1):34-40 (1977).  

33.       A Versatile and Comprehensive Analysis Code for Automated Reduction of Gamma-Ray Spectral Data, J.P. Maney, J.L. Fasching, P.K. Hopke, Comp. & Chem. 1:257-264 (1977).

34.       Multiparticle Configurations in the Odd-Neutron Nuclei 61Ni and 67Zn Populated by Decay of 61Cu, 67Cu and 67Ga, R. A. Meyer, A. L. Prindle, W. A. Myers, P. K. Hopke, D. Dieterly and J. E. Koops, Physical Review C17, 1822-1831 (1978).

35.       The Paredon, Mexico, Obsidian Source and Early Formative Exchange, T.H. Charlton, D.C. Grove, and P.K. Hopke, Science 201:807-809 (1978).

36.       The Reduction of Airborne Radon Daughter Concentration by Plate-Out on an Air-Mixing Fan, R.F. Holub, R.F. Droullard, W.L. Ho, P.K. Hopke, R. Parsley, and J.J. Stukel, Health Phys. 36:497-504 (1979).

37.       Multielemental Characterization of Urban Roadway Dust, P.K. Hopke, R.E. Lamb and D.F.S. Natusch, Environ. Sci. Technol. 14:164-172 (1980).

38.       Source Identification and Resolution through Application of Factor and Cluster Analysis, P.K. Hopke, Annals of N.Y. Academy of Sciences 338:103-115 (1980).

39.       A Quantitative Determination of Sources in the Boston Urban Aerosol, D.J. Alpert and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 14:1137-1146 (1980).

40.       Estimation of the Weight-Dependent Probability of Detecting a Mutagen with the Ames Assay, J.B. Johnston, and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Mutagenesis 2:419-424 (1980).

41.       Determination of the Sources of Toxic Elements in Environmental Particles Using Microscopic and Statistical Analysis Techniques, R.W. Linton, M.E. Farmer, P.K. Hopke, and D.F.S. Natusch, Environ. Int. 4:453-461 (1980).

42.       A Determination of the Sources of Airborne Particles Collected During the Regional Air Pollution Study, D.J. Alpert and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 15:675-687 (1981).

43.       The Effects of Trace Gases and Water Vapor on the Diffusion Coefficient of Po-218, G.J. Frey, P.K. Hopke and J.J. Stukel, Science 211:480-481 (1981).

44.       Comparison of Weighted and Unweighted Target Transformation Rotations in Factor Analysis, B.A. Roscoe and P.K. Hopke, Comp. & Chem. 5:1-7 (1981).

45.       Trace Multielement Analysis Using High-Flux Fast-Neutron Activation, R.E. Williams, P.K. Hopke, and R.A. Meyer, J. Radioanal. Chem. 63:187-189 (1981).

46.       Error Estimation of Factor Loadings and Scores Obtained with Target Transformation Factor Analysis, B.A. Roscoe and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 132:89-97 (1981).

47.       The Attachment of RaA(Po-218) to Monodisperse Aerosol, W.L. Ho, P.K. Hopke, and J.J. Stukel, Atmospheric Environ. 16:825-836 (1982).

48.       Identification of Noise in Linear Data Sets by Factor Analysis, B.A. Roscoe and P.K. Hopke, J. Radioanal. Chem. 70:483-495 (1982).

49.       Multitechnique Screening of Chicago Municipal Sewage Sludge for Mutagenic Activity, P.K. Hopke, M.J. Plewa, J.B. Johnston, D. Weaver, S.B. Wood, R.A. Larson, and T. Hinesly, Environ. Sci. Technol. 16:140-147 (1982).

50.       Analysis of Fly Ash Produced from Combustion of Refuse Derived Fuel and Coal Mixtures, D.R. Taylor, M.A. Tompkins, S.E. Kriton, T. Mauney, D.F.S. Natusch, and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 16:148-154 (1982).  

51.       An Improved Constant Output Atomizer, K.H. Leong, H.C. Wang, J.J. Stukel, and P.K. Hopke, Amer. Ind. Hygiene Assoc. J. 43:135-136 (1982).

52.       The Application of Factor Analysis to Source Apportionment of Aerosol Mass, C.K. Liu, B.A. Roscoe, K.G. Severin, and P.K. Hopke, Am. Ind. Hyg. Assoc. J. 43:314-318 (1982).

53.       The Use of Principal Component Factor Analysis to Interpret Particulate Compositional Data Sets, B.A. Roscoe, P.K. Hopke, S.L. Dattner, and J.M. Jenks, J. Air Pollution Control Assoc. 32: 637-642 (1982).

54.       Limits in Charged Particle Collection by Charged Drops, K.H. Leong, J.J. Stukel, and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 16:384-387 (1982).

55.       Procedures for Multielemental Analysis using High-Flux Fast Neutron Activation, R.E. Williams, P.K. Hopke, and R.A. Meyer, J. Radioanal. Chem. 72:183-194 (1982).

56.       Calibration of an Autoranging Condensation Nuclei Counter, H.C. Wang, K.H. Leong, J.J. Stukel, and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 16:2999-3001 (1982).

57.       Radiolytic Condensation Nuclei in Aerosol Neutralizers, K.H. Leong, P.K. Hopke, J.J. Stukel, and H.C. Wang, J. Aerosol Sci. 14:23-27 (1983).  

58.       Receptor Models Applied to Contemporary Pollution Problems - A Conference Summary, S.L. Dattner and P.K. Hopke, J. Air Pollution Control Assoc. 33:302-303 (1983).

59.       Factors Affecting the Collision of Aerosol Particles with Small Water Drops, K.H. Leong, K.V. Beard, J.J. Stukel, and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 2:341-349 (1983).

60.       Evaporative Mass Losses from Particle Samples, K.H. Leong, P.K. Hopke, and J.J. Stukel, J. Aerosol Sci. 14:611-613 (1983).

61.       FANTASIA - A Program for Target Transformation Factor Analysis to Apportion Sources in Environmental Samples, P.K. Hopke, D.J. Alpert, and B.A. Roscoe, Comp. & Chem. 7:149-155 (1983).

62.       Collection of Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Charged Submicron Particles by Charged Water Droplets, H.C. Wang, K.H. Leong, J.J. Stukel, and P.K. Hopke, J. Aerosol Sci. 14:703-712 (1983).

63.       The Effects of Thermophoresis and Diffusiophoresis on the Collection of Charged Submicron Particles by Charged Droplets, H.C. Wang, K.H. Leong, J.J. Stukel, and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 17:2533-2537 (1983).         

64.       The Use of Factor Analysis in Source Determination of Particulate Emissions, K.G. Severin, B.A. Roscoe and P.K. Hopke, Particulate Sci. Technol. 1:183-192 (1983).

65.       Comparison of R- and Q-Mode Factor Analysis for Aerosol Mass Apportionment, C.S. Hwang, K.G. Severin, and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 18:345-352 (1984).

66.       Turbulent Air Flow over Rough Walls: I. Mean Flow Parameters, J.J. Stukel, P.K. Hopke, and K. Nourmohammadi, J. Fluids Eng. 106:405-409 (1984).

67.       Comparison of the Mutagenicity of Sewage Sludges, P.K. Hopke, M.J. Plewa, P.L. Stapleton, and D.L. Weaver, Environ. Sci. Technol. 18:909-916 (1984).  

68.       Interlaboratory Comparison of Source Apportionment Procedures: Results for Simulated Data Sets, L.A. Currie, R.W. Gerlach, C.W. Lewis, W.D. Balfour, J.A. Cooper, S.L. Dattner, R.T. DeCesar, G.E. Gordon, S.L. Heisler, P.K. Hopke, J.J. Shah, G.D. Thurston, and H.J. Williamson, Atmospheric Environ. 18:1517-1537 (1984).

69.       Interlaboratory Comparison of Receptor Model Results for Houston Aerosol, T.G. Dzubay, R.K. Stevens, W.D. Balfour, H.J. Williamson, J.A. Cooper, J.E. Core, R.T. DeCesar, E.R. Crutcher, S.L. Dattner, B.L. Davis, S.L. Heisler, J.J. Shah, P.K. Hopke, and D.L. Johnson, Atmospheric Environ. 18:1555-1566 (1984).

70.       Review of Receptor Model Fundamentals, R.C. Henry, C.W. Lewis, P.K. Hopke, and H.J. Williamson, Atmospheric Environ. 18:1507-1515 (1984).

71.       Chemical and Physical Analyses of Houston Aerosol for Interlaboratory Comparison of Source Apportionment Procedures, D.L. Johnson, B.L. Davis, T.G. Dzubay, E.R. Crutcher, W.J. Courtney, J.M. Jaklevic, A.C. Thompson, and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 18:1539-1553 (1984).

72.       Implications of Incomplete Sampling on a Statistical Form of the Ambient Air Quality Standard for Particulate Matter, J.E. Davidson and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 18:571-580 (1984).

73.       Comparison of the Target Transformation Factor Analysis of Coal Composition Data with X-Ray Diffraction Data, B.A. Roscoe, C.Y. Chen, and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 160:121-134 (1984).  

74.       Turbulent Air Flow over Rough Walls: II. Turbulence Flow Parameters, K. Nourmohammadi, P.K. Hopke, and J.J. Stukel, J. Fluids Eng. 107:55-60 (1985).

75.       Environmental Neutralization of Po-218, S.D. Goldstein and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 19:146-150 (1985).

76.       Turbulent Deposition of Submicron Particles on Rough Walls, L.A. Hahn, J.J. Stukel, K.H. Leong, and P.K. Hopke, J. Aerosol Sci. 16:81-86 (1985).

77.       Chemometrics and Distribution Software, D.L. Massart and P.K. Hopke, J. Chem. Inf. Comp. Sci. 25:308-313 (1985).

78.       Investigation on the Use of Chemical Mass Balance Receptor Model: Numerical Computations, M.D. Cheng and P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intel. Lab Syst. 1:33-44 (1986).

79.       The Solubility of Radon in Selected Perfluorocarbon Compounds and Water, C. Lewis, P.K. Hopke, and J.J. Stukel, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 26:356-359 (1987).

80.       Multivariate Analysis of CCSEM Auto Emission Data, D.S. Kim, P.K. Hopke, D.L. Massart, L. Kaufman, and G.S. Casuccio, Sci. Total Environ. 59:141-155 (1987).

81.       Comparison of Rule-Building Expert Systems with Pattern Recognition for the Classification of Analytical Data, M.-P. Derde, L. Buydens, C. Guns, D.L. Massart, and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chem. 59:1868-1871 (1987).

82.       The Interpretation of Multielemental INAA Data Using Pattern Recognition Methods, P.K. Hopke, R.C. Martin and M.A. Evins, J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem. 112:215-222 (1987).

83.       Multielemental and Multivariate Analysis of Italian Terra Sigillata in the World Heritage Museum at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, S. Wisseman, P. Hopke, and E. Schindler-Kaudelka, Archaeomaterials 1:101-117 (1987).

84.       Calibration of a Cyclone Separator for Atmospheric Sampling, S. Dharmavaram and P.K. Hopke, Sci. Total Environ. 65:261-266 (1987).

85.       Reduction of Mutagenicity of Municipal Wastewaters by Land Treatment, P.K. Hopke, M.J. Plewa, P. Stapleton, Sci. Total Environ. 66:192-202 (1987).

86.       Target-Transformation Factor Analysis of Airborne Particulate Samples Selected by Wind-Trajectory Analysis, S.N. Chang, P.K. Hopke, G.E. Gordon, and S.W. Rheingrover, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 8:63-80 (1988).

87.       Evaluation of the Expert System Shells EX-TRAN and TIMM as Rule-Building Tools for Classification Purposes, L. Buydens, D.L. Massart, and P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 3:199-204 (1988).

88.       Neutralization Kinetics for Polonium-218, K.D. Chu and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 22:711-717 (1988).

89.       Using a Parallel Computer System for Statistical Resampling Methods, L. Kaufman, P.K. Hopke, and P.J. Rousseeuw, Computational Statistics Quarterly 2:129-141 (1988).

90.       A Simple Methodology for the Determination of Back-Trajectories, S. Dharmavaram and P.K. Hopke, J. Air Pollution Control Assoc. 38:812-813 (1988).

91.       Investigation of the Geographical Distribution of Female Cancer Patterns in Belgium Using Pattern Recognition Techniques, A. Thielemans, P.K. Hopke, P. De Quint, A.M. Depoorter, G. Thiers, and D.L. Massart, Int. J. Epidemiol. 17:724-731 (1988).

92.       The Classification of Individual Particles Based on Computer-Controlled Scanning Electron Microscopy Data, D.S. Kim and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 9:133-151 (1988).

93.       Source Apportionment of the El Paso Aerosol by Particle Class Balance Analysis, D. Kim and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 9:221-235 (1988).

94.       Target Transformation Factor Analysis as an Aerosol Mass Apportionment Method: A Review and Sensitivity Analysis, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 22:1777-1792 (1988).

95.       The Effects of Measurement Errors, Collinearity and Their Interactions on Aerosol Source Apportionment Models, M.D. Cheng, P.K. Hopke, and D. Jennings, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 4:239-250 (1988).

96.       Radon Adsorption on Activated Carbon and the Effect on Some Airborne Contaminants, R. Bocanegra and P.K. Hopke, Sci. Total Environ. 76:193-202 (1988).

97.       The Initial Behavior of 218Po in Indoor Air, P.K. Hopke, K.D. Chu, L.M. Kulju, M. Ramamurthi, Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 24:207-210 (1988).

98.       Analysis of the Genotoxicity of Municipal Sewage Sludge with Sister Chromatid Exchange in Cultured Human Lymphocytes, S. Engl, M.J. Plewa, P.K. Hopke, Water, Air & Soil Pollution 42:117-128 (1988).

99.       Comparison of Particles Taken from the ESP and Plume of a Coal-Fired Power Plant, D.S. Kim, P.K. Hopke, G.S. Casuccio, R.J. Lee, S.E. Miller, G.M. Sverdrup, R.W. Garber, Atmospheric Environ. 23:81-84 (1989).

100.     On Improving the Validity of Wire Screen "Unattached" Fraction Radon Daughter Measurements, M. Ramamurthi, P.K. Hopke, Health Phys. 56:189-194 (1989).

101.     Theoretical Evaluation of Indoor Radon Control Using a Carbon Adsorption System, R. Bocanegra, P.K. Hopke, J. Air Pollution Control Assoc. 39:305-309 (1989).

102.     Identification of Markers for Chemical Mass Balance Receptor Model, M.D. Cheng and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 23:1373-1384 (1989).

103.     A Study on the Sources of Acid Precipitation in Ontario, Canada, Y. Zeng and P. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 23:1499-1509 (1989).

104.     Target Transformation Factor Analysis, P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intel. Lab Syst. 6:7-19 (1989).

105.     Use of Electrostatic Collection of 218Po for Measuring Rn, P.K. Hopke, Health Phys. 57:39-42 (1989).

106.     The Use of Constrained Least-Squares to Solve the Chemical Mass Balance Problem, D. Wang and P. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 23:2143-2150 (1989).

107.     Environmental Data Management, P.K. Hopke and D.L. Massart, Codata Bulletin, International Council of Scientific Unions, Committee on Data for Science and Technology 21(1-2):188-217 (1989)

108.     The Initial Behavior of 218Po in Indoor Air, P.K. Hopke, Environ. Int. 15:299-308 (1989).

109.     Simulation Studies of Reconstruction Algorithms for the Determination of Optimum Operating Parameters and Resolution of Graded Screen Array Systems (Non-Conventional Diffusion Batteries), M. Ramamurthi and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 12:700-710 (1990).

110.     Methodological Study Applying Three-Mode Factor Analysis to Three-Way Chemical Data Sets, Y. Zeng and P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 7:237-250 (1990).

111.     Assessment of Wire and Tube Penetration Theories Using A 218PoOx Cluster Aerosol, M. Ramamurthi, R. Strydom and P.K. Hopke, J. Aerosol Sci. 21:203-211 (1990).

112.     A Measurement System for Rn Decay Product Lung Deposition Based on Respiratory Models, P.K. Hopke, M. Ramamurthi and E.O. Knutson, Health Phys. 58:291-295 (1990).

113.     Size Distribution Measurements of Ultrafine Aerosols, dp > 1.8 nm, Formed by Radiolysis in a DMA Aerosol Neutralizer, W. Winklmayr, M. Ramamurthi, R. Strydom, and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 13:394-398 (1990).

114.     The Use of Sampling to Cluster Large Data Sets, P.K. Hopke and L. Kaufman, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 8:195-204 (1990).

115.     Interacting Boson Fermion Model Description for the Levels of Germanium - 71 Populated in the Beta Decay of 65.30 h Arsenic - 71, R.A. Meyer, R.J. Nagle, S. Brant, E. Friez, V. Paar, and P.K. Hopke, Phys. Rev. C41:686-696 (1990).

116.     Particle Class Balance for Apportioning Aerosol Mass with Size Segregation Scheme, D.S. Kim and P.K. Hopke, J. Korean Soc. Environ. Eng. 12:9-19 (1990).

117.     An Automated, Semi-Continuous System for Measuring Indoor Radon Progeny Activity-Weighted Size Distributions, dp: 0.5-500 nm, M. Ramamurthi and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 14:82-92 (1991).

118.     Determination of Heavy Metal Concentrations in the Rock River Through the Analysis of Sediments, B. Golchert, S. Landsberger, P.K. Hopke, J. Radioanal Nucl. Chem. 148:319-337, (1991).

119.     An Introduction to Receptor Modeling, P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 10:21-43, (1991).

120.     Source Apportionment With Site Specific Source Profiles, D. M. Glover, P. K. Hopke, S.J. Vermette, S. Landsberger and D. R. D'Auben, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 41:294-305 (1991).

121.     The Study of Neutralization of Po-218 Ions by Small Ion Recombination in O2, Ar and N2, B. Shi and P.K. Hopke, Health Phys. 61:209-214 (1991).

122.     Radon and Radon Progeny Measurements, P.K. Hopke and P. Wasiolek, Trends Anal. Chem. 10:243-249 (1991).

123.     Distribution Characteristics of Trace Elements and Ionic Species of Aerosol Collected at Canadian High Arctic, M.D. Cheng, P.K. Hopke, S. Landsberger, and L.A. Barrie, Atmospheric Environ. 25A:2903-2909 (1991).

124.     The Efficacy of Air Cleaners in Controlling Indoor Radon Decay Products, C.S. Li and P.K. Hopke, Health Phys. 61:785-797 (1991).

125.     Characterization of Radon Decay Products in a Domestic Environment, C.S. Li and P.K. Hopke, Indoor Air 1:539-561 (1991).

126.     Measurement of the Effect of SO2 on the Polonium-218 Ion Mobility Spectrum by Alpha-Track Detection, S.C. Yoon, W.H. Marlow, and P.K. Hopke, Health Phys. 62:51-57 (1992).

127.     Elemental Source Signatures of Aerosols from the Canadian High Arctic, S. Landsberger, V. Vermette, D. Stuenkel, P.K. Hopke, M.D. Cheng and L.A. Barrie, Environ. Pollution 75:181-187 (1992).

128.     A New Receptor Model: Direct Trilinear Decomposition Followed by a Matrix Reconstruction, Y. Zeng and P.K. Hopke, J. Chemom. 6:65-83 (1992).

129.     Inspiratory Deposition of Ultrafine Particles in Human Nasal Replicate Casts, D.L. Swift, N. Montassier, P.K. Hopke, K. Karpen-Hayes, Y-S. Cheng, Y.F. Su, H.C. Yeh, and J.C. Strong, J. Aerosol Sci. 23:65-72 (1992).

130.     Nanogram Determination of Indium Using Epithermal Neutrons and Its Application in Potential Source Contribution Function of Airborne Particulate Matter in the Arctic Aerosol, S. Landsberger, P.K. Hopke and M.D. Cheng, Nuclear Sci. Eng. 110:79-83 (1992)

131.     Some Thoughts on the "Unattached" Fraction of Radon Decay Products, P.K. Hopke, Health Phys. 63 2:209-212 (1992).

132.     Air Filtration and Radon Decay Product Mitigation, C.S. Li, P.K. Hopke, Indoor Air 2:84-100 (1992).

133.     The Application of Three-Mode Factor Analysis (TMFA) to Receptor Modeling of SCENES Particle Data, Y. Zeng and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 26A: 1701-1711 (1992).

134.     A System to Measure the Hygroscopicity of Aerosol Particles, W. Li, N. Montassier and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 17:25-35 (1992).

135.     Exploration of Multivariate Chemical Data by Projection Pursuit, D.M. Glover and P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 16:45-59 (1992).

136.     Assessment of Exposure to Radon Decay Products in Realistic Living Conditions, P.T. Wasiolek, P.K. Hopke and A.C. James, J. Exposure Anal. Environ. Epi. 2:309-322 (1992).

137.     The Measurement of Activity-Weighted Size Distribution of Radon Progeny: Methods and Laboratory Intercomparison Studies, P.K. Hopke, M. Ramamurthi, E.O. Knutson, K.W. Tu, P. Scofield, R.F. Holub, Y.S. Cheng, Y.F. Su, W. Winklmayr, J.C. Strong, S. Solomon, and A. Reineking, Health Phys. 63:560-570 (1992).

138.     Measurement of Activity-Weighted Size Distributions of Radon Decay Products in Normally Occupied Homes, P.K. Hopke, P. Wasiolek, N. Montassier, A. Cavallo, K. Gadsby and R. Socolow, Rad. Prot. Dosim. 45:329-332 (1992).

139.     Penetration of Ultrafine Particles of 218Po Through Human Nasal and Oral Cast Models, N. Montassier, K. Karpen-Hayes, P.K. Hopke and D.L. Swift, Rad. Prot. Dosim. 45:665-667 (1992).

140.     Potential Source Contribution Function Analysis and Source Apportionment of Sulfur Species Measured at Rubidoux, CA during the Southern California Air Quality Study, 1987, N. Gao, M-D. Cheng and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 277:369-380 (1993).

141.     Nanometer and Ultrafine Aerosols from Radon Radiolysis, M. Ramamurthi, R. Strydom, P.K. Hopke, and R.F. Holub, J. Aerosol Sci. 24:393-407 (1993).

142.     A Receptor-Oriented Methodology for Determining Source Regions of Particle Sulfate Composition Observed at Dorset, Ontario, M.D. Cheng, P.K. Hopke and Y. Zeng, J. Geophys. Res. 98:16,839-16,849 (1993).

143.     Reference Data Sets for Chemometrical Methods Testing, P.K. Hopke and D.L. Massart, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 19:35-41 (1993).

144.     Potential for Ion-Induced Nucleation of Volatile Organic Compounds by Radon Decay in Indoor Environments, J.M. Daisey and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 19:80-93 (1993).

145.     Combining Chemical and Meteorological Data to Infer Source Areas of Airborne Pollutants, P.K. Hopke, N. Gao, and M.D. Cheng, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 19:187-199 (1993).

146.     Analysis of the Performance of a Radon Mitigation System Based on Charcoal Beds, P. Wasiolek, N. Montassier, P.K. Hopke, R. Abrams, Environ. Technol. Letters 14:401-412 (1993).

147.     Initial Size Distributions and Hygroscopicity of Indoor Combustion Aerosol Particles, W. Li and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 19:305-316 (1993).

148.     Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Several Air Cleaners for Reducing the Hazard from Indoor Radon Progeny, P.K. Hopke, N. Montassier, and P. Wasiolek, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 19:268-278 (1993).

149.     Qualitative Determination of Source Regions of Long-Range Transported Aerosol Using Data Collected at Canadian High Arctic, M-D. Cheng, P.K. Hopke, L. Barrie, A. Rippe, M. Olson and S. Landsberger, Environ. Sci. Technol. 27:2063-2071 (1993).

150.     HOx Production Due to Radon Decay in Air, H. Ding and P.K. Hopke, J. Atmos. Chem. 17:375-390 (1993).

151.     Experimental Study of Ion-Induced Nucleation by Radon Decay, F. He, and P.K. Hopke, J. Chem. Phys. 99: 9972-9978 (1993).

152.     The Use of Multiple Fractal Dimensions to Quantify Airborne Particle Shape, Y. Xie, P.K. Hopke, and B. Henderson, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 20:161-168 (1994).

153.     Evaluation of Several Air Cleaners for Reducing Indoor Radon Progeny, P.K. Hopke, B. Jensen, and N. Montassier, J. Aerosol Sci. 25:395-405 (1994).

154.     Comparison of the Source Locations and Seasonal Patterns for Acidic Species in Precipitation and Ambient Particles in Southern Ontario, Canada, Y. Zeng and Hopke, P.K., Sci. Total Environ. 143:245-260 (1994).

155.     Extreme Value Estimation Applied to Aerosol Size Distributions and Related Environmental Problems, P.K. Hopke and P. Paatero, J. Res. NIST 99:361-367 (1994).

156.     Exploration of Airborne Particulate Multivariate Chemical Data by Projection Pursuit, D.M. Glover and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 28:1411-1424 (1994).

157.     Receptor Modeling of Airborne Ionic Species Collected in SCAQS, 1987, N. Gao, M.D. Cheng, and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 28:1447-1470 (1994).

158.     Visual Neural Mapping Technique for Locating Fine Airborne Particles Sources, D. Wienke and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 28:1015-1022 (1994).

159.     Multiple Site Receptor Modeling with a Minimal Spanning Tree Combined with a Neural Network, D. Wienke, N. Gao, and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 28:1023-1030 (1994).

160.     Projection of Prim's Minimal Spanning Tree into a Kohonen's Neural Network for Identification of Airborne Particle Sources by Their Multielement Trace Patterns, D. Wienke and P.K. Hopke, Anal Chim. Acta 291:1-18 (1994).

161.     Evaluation of Room Air Cleaners for the Reduction of Exposure and Dose to Indoor Radon Progeny, P.K. Hopke, B. Jensen, N. Montassier, and P. Wasiolek, Rad. Prot. Dosim. 56:55-60 (1994).

162.     Use of Chain Code Histogram Method to Quantify Airborne Particle Shapes, Y. Xie, P.K. Hopke, B. Henderson, and G. Casuccio, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 21:21-218 (1994).

163.     Neutralization of Thoron Progeny in Gases, Y.S. Cheng, C.C. Yu, C.J. Tung, and P.K. Hopke, Health Phys. 67:155-161 (1994).

164.     Hygroscopicity of Consumer Spray Product Aerosol Particles, W. Li and P.K. Hopke, J. Aerosol Sci. 25:1341-1351 (1994).

165.     Airborne Particle Classification with a Combination of Chemical Composition and Shape Index Utilizing an Adaptive Resonance Artificial Neural Network, Y. Xie, D. Wienke and P. K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 28:1921-1928 (1994).

166.     An Adaptive Resonance Theory Based Artificial Neural Network (ART-2a) for Rapid Identification of Airborne Particle Shapes from Their Scanning Electron Microscopy Images, D. Wienke, Y. Xie and P. K. Hopke, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 25:367-387 (1994).

167.     A Study on the Potential Sources of Air Pollutants Observed at Tjorn, Sweden, A. Fan, P.K. Hopke, T. Raunemaa, M. Oblad, and J.M. Pacyna, Environ. Sci. Poll. Res. 2:107-115 (1994).

168.     Electret Method for Continuous Measurement of the Concentration of Radon in Water, S.K. Dua, P.K. Hopke and P. Kotrappa, Health Phys. 68:110-114 (1995).

169.     Classification of Airborne Particles by Analytical SEM Imaging and a Modified Kohonen Neural Network (3MAP), D. Wienke, Y. Xie, and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 310:1-14 (1995).

170.     A System for Aerodynamically Sizing Ultrafine Radioactive Particles. O.O. Olawoyin, T.M. Raunemaa and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 23:121-130 (1995).

171.     Assessment of the Exposure to and Dose from Radon Decay Products in Normally Occupied Homes, P.K. Hopke, B. Jensen, C.S. Li, N. Montassier, P. Wasiolek, A.J. Cavallo, K. Gatsby, and R.H. Socolow, Environ. Sci. Technol. 29:1359-1364 (1995).

172.     SO2 Oxidation and H2O-H2SO4 Binary Nucleation by Radon Decay, F He and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 23:411-421 (1995).

173.     Hygroscopic Growth of Consumer Spray Products, S.K. Dua, P.K. Hopke, and T. Raunemaa, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 23:331-340 (1995).

174.     How to Start Surfing the Internet: A Tutorial, P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 30:1-9, (1995).

175.     The Use of Bootstrapping to Estimate Conditional Probability Fields for Source Locations of Airborne Pollutants, P.K. Hopke, C.L. Li, W. Cizek and S. Landsberger, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 30:69-79 (1995).

176.     Sources of Fine Particle Lead, Bromine, and Elemental Carbon in Southeastern Australia, X. Liu and P. K. Hopke, D. Cohen, and G. Bailey, Sci. Total Environ. 175:65-79 (1995).

177.     Possible Sources and Preferred Pathways for Biogenic and Non-Seasalt Sulfur for the High Arctic, P.K. Hopke, L.A. Barrie, S.-M. Li, C. Li, M-D Cheng, and Y. Xie, J. Geophys. Res. 100:16,595-16,603 (1995).

178.     Evaluation of Spatial Patterns of Fine Particle Sulfur and Lead Concentrations in New South Wales, Australia, X. Liu, N. Gao, P.K. Hopke, and D. Cohen, Atmospheric Environ. 30:1 9-24 (1996).

179.     Hygroscopic Growth of Assorted Indoor Aerosols, S.K. Dua and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 24:151-160 (1996).

180.     The Ratio of Aerosol Optical Absorption Coefficients to Sulfur Concentrations, as an Indicator of Smoke from Forest Fires when Sampling in Polar Regions, A.V. Polissar, P.K. Hopke, W.C. Malm, J.F. Sisler, Atmospheric Environ., 30:1147-1157 (1996)

181.     Solving the Chemical Mass Balance Problem Using an Artificial Neural Network, X-H Song and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 30:531-535 (1996).

182.     Source Apportionment Study of Nitrogen Species Measured in Southern California in 1987, M-D Cheng, N. Gao, and P.K. Hopke, J. Environ. Engineer. 122:183-190 (1996).

183.     Analysis of Source Contributions to the Ambient Aerosol Sample by Simulated Annealing, X-H. Song and P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 34:275-281 (1996).

184.     The Initial Atmospheric Behavior of Radon Decay Products, P.K. Hopke, J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem. 203:353-375 (1996).

185.     Possible Sources of Some Trace Elements Found in Airborne Particles and Precipitation in Dorset, Ontario, N. Gao, P.K. Hopke, and N.W. Reid, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 46:1035-1047 (1996).

186.     Kohonen Neural Network as a Supervised Pattern Recognition Method Based on the Weight Interpretation, X-H Song and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 334:57-66 (1996).

187.     Hygroscopicity of Indoor Aerosols and Their Influence on the Deposition of Inhaled Radon Decay Products, S.K. Dua and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Int. 22:S941-S947 (1996).

188.     The Chemical Mass Balance as a Multivariate Calibration Problem, P.K. Hopke and X-H Song, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 37:5-14 (1997).

189.     Experimental Assessment of the Short and Long Term Effects of 222Rn from Domestic Shower Water on the Dose Incurred in Normally Occupied Homes, B. Fitzgerald, P.K. Hopke, V. Datye, T. Raunemaa, K. Kuuspalo, Environ. Sci. Technol. 31:1822-1829 (1997).

190.     Dynamic Model for Assessing 222Rn and Progeny Exposure from Showering with Radon Bearing Water, V.K. Datye, P.K. Hopke, B. Fitzgerald, and T.M. Raunemaa, Environ. Sci. Technol. 31:1589-1596 (1997).

191.     Classification of Single Particles by Neural Networks Based on the Computer-Controlled Scanning Electron Microscopy Data, P.K. Hopke and X.-H. Song, Anal. Chim. Acta 348:375-388 (1997).

192.     Deposition of Particles in a Chamber as a Function of Ventilation Rate, Y. Nomura, P.K. Hopke, B. Fitzgerald, and B. Mesbah, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 27:62-72 (1997).

193.     A New Technique to Measure the Mobility Size of Ultrafine Radioactive Particles, B. Mesbah, B. Fitzgerald, P.K. Hopke, and M. Pourprix, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 27:381-393 (1997)

194.     A Calibration Tutorial for Spectral Data. Part 2. Partial Least Squares Regression and Some Neural Network Results, P. Geladi, H. Martens, L. Hadjiiski and P.K. Hopke, J. NIR Spectrosc. 4, 243-255 (1997).

195.     Characterization of the Gent Stacked Filter Unit PM10 Sampler, P.K. Hopke, Y. Xie, T. Raunemaa, S. Biegalski, S. Landsberger, W. Maenhaut, P. Artaxo, and D. Cohen, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 27:726-735 (1997).

196.     Electrical Mobility and Size Distribution of Aged 212Pb Clusters in Nitrogen Gas, T.-R. Chen, Y.S. Cheng, P.K. Hopke, and M. Pourprix, J. Aerosol Sci. 28:1465-1477 (1997).

197.     A Fuzzy Adaptive Resonance Theory-Supervised Predictive Mapping Neural Network Applied to the Classification of Multivariate Chemical Data, X.-H. Song, P.K. Hopke, M.A. Bruns, D.A. Bossio and K.M. Scow, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 41:161-170 (1998).

198.     Atmospheric Aerosol over Alaska: 1. Spatial and Seasonal Variability, A.V. Polissar, P.K. Hopke, W.C. Malm, and J.F. Sisler, J. Geophys. Res. 103: 19,035-19,044 (1998).

199.     Atmospheric Aerosol Over Alaska: 2. Elemental Composition and Sources, A.V. Polissar, P.K. Hopke, P.A. Paatero, W.C. Malm, and J.F. Sisler, J. Geophys. Res. 103: 19,045-19,057 (1998).

200.     Relationship of Phase Diagrams And Surfaces of New Phase Nucleation Rates, M.P. Anisimov, P.K. Hopke, D.H. Rasmussen, S. D. Shandakov and V.A. Pinaev, J. Chem. Phys. 109:1435-1444 (1998).

201.     Regression on Parameters from Three-Way Decomposition, P. Geladi, Y.-L. Xie, A. Polissar, and P.K. Hopke, J. Chemom. 12:337-354 (1998).

202.     Surface Topology of the Ion-Induced Vapor Nucleation Rate, M.P. Anisimov, P.K. Hopke, J. Terry, D.H. Rasmussen, S.D. Shandakov, and Viktor A. Pinaev, Aerosol Sci. Technol.29:547-556 (1998).

203.     Three-Way (PARAFAC) Factor Analysis: Examination and Comparison of Alternative Computational Methods as Applied to Ill-Conditioned Data, P.K. Hopke, P. Paatero, H. Jia, R.T. Ross, and R.A. Harshman, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 43:25-42 (1998).

204.     Positive Matrix Factorization Applied to Curve Resolution Problem, Y.-L. Xie, P.K. Hopke, and P. Paatero, J. Chemom. 12: 357-364 (1998).

205.     Identification of Source Nature and Seasonal Variations of Arctic Aerosol by the Multilinear Engine, Y.-L. Xie, P. K. Hopke, P. Paatero, L. A. Barrie and S.-M. Li, Atmospheric Environ. 33: 2549-2562 (1999).

206.     Locations and Preferred Pathways of Possible Sources of Arctic Aerosol, Y.-L. Xie, P. K. Hopke, P. Paatero, L. A. Barrie and S.-M. Li, Atmospheric Environ. 33: 2229-2239 (1999).

207.     Identification of Source Nature and Seasonal Variations of Arctic Aerosol by Positive Matrix Factorization, Y.-L. Xie, P.K. Hopke, P. Paatero, L.A. Barrie and S.-M. Li, J. Atmos. Sci. 56: 249-260 (1999).

208.     Hygroscopicity of Diesel Aerosols, S.K. Dua, P.K. Hopke and T. Raunemaa, Water, Air, Soil Pollution 112: 247-257 (1999).

209.     Source Apportionment of Soil Samples by the Combination of Two Neural Networks Based On Computer-Controlled Scanning Electron Microscopy, X.-H. Song, L. Hadjiiski, P.K. Hopke, L. L. Ashbaugh, G.S. Casuccio, and S. Schlaegle, J. Air Waste Manag. Assoc. 49:773-783 (1999).

210.     Calibration Transfer as a Data Reconstruction Problem, Y. Xie, P.K. Hopke and P. Paatero, Anal. Chim. Acta, 384: 193-205 (1999).

211.     Modeling Atmospheric Particulate Matter, C. Seigneur, P. Pai, P. K. Hopke and D. Grosjean, Environ. Sci. Technol. 33: 80A-86A (1999).

212.     The Aerosol at Barrow, Alaska: Long-Term Trends and Source Locations, A. V. Polissar, P. K. Hopke, P. Paatero, Y. J. Kaufman, D. K. Hall, B. A. Bodhaine, E. G. Dutton and J. M. Harris, Atmospheric Environ. 33: 2441-2458 (1999).

213.     Classification of Single Particles Analyzed by ATOFMS Using An Artificial Neural Network, ART-2a, X.-H. Song, P.K. Hopke, D.P. Fergenson and K.A. Prather, Anal. Chem., 71: 860-865 (1999).

214.     Multiple Regression for Environmental Data: Nonlinearities and Prediction Bias, P. Geladi, L. Hadjiiski and P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst. 47: 165 - 173 (1999).

215.     Mixed Multiway Analysis of Airborne Particle Composition Data, P.K. Hopke, Y. Xie and P. Paatero, J. Chemom. 13:343-352 (1999).

216.     A Comparison of Modeling Nonlinear Systems with ANN and PLS, L. Hadjiiski, P. Geladi and P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst., 49: 91-103 (1999).

217.     Pattern Recognition of Soil Samples Based on the Microbial Fatty Acid Contents, X. Song, P.K. Hopke, K. Graham, M. Bruns and K. Scow, Environ. Sci. Technol. 33: 3524-3530 (1999).

218.     Receptor Modeling Assessment of PTEAM Data, E. Yakovleva, P.K. Hopke and L. Wallace, Environ. Sci. Technol. 33: 3645-3652 (1999).

219.     Characterization of Uncertainty and Variability in Residential Radon Cancer Risks, D. Krewski, S. Rai, J. Zielinski, and P.K. Hopke, Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 895: 245-272 (1999).

220.     Investigation of Sources of Atmospheric Aerosol Urban and Suburban Residential Areas in Thailand by Positive Matrix Factorization, W. Chueinta, P.K. Hopke and P. Paatero, Atmospheric Environ. 34:3319-3329 (2000).

221.     Application of Artificial Neural Networks to Modeling and Prediction of Ambient Ozone Concentrations, L. Hadjiiski and P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manag. Assoc. 50:894-901 (2000).

222.     A Prospective Assessment of the 210Po Surface Collection for Estimating 222Rn Exposure, B. Fitzgerald and P.K. Hopke, J. Environ. Radioactivity 51:79-98 (2000).

223.     The Health Risks Due To Radon in Drinking Water, P.K. Hopke, T.B. Borak, J. Doull, J.E. Cleaver, K.F. Eckerman, L.C.S. Gundersen, N.H. Harley, C.T. Hess, N.E. Kinner, K.J. Kopecky, T.E. McKone, R.G. Sextro, and S.L. Simon, Environ. Sci. Technol. 34:921-926 (2000).

224.     Estimation of the Heteroscedastic Noise in Large Data Arrays, J.-H. Wang and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 412:177-184 (2000).

225.     n-Pentanol-Helium Homogeneous Nucleation Rates, M.P. Anisimov, P.K. Hopke, S.D. Shandakov and I.I. Shvets, J. Chem. Phys. 113:1971-1975 (2000).

226.     Resolution of Multicomponent Peaks by OPA, PMF, and ALS, A.Garrido Frenich, M. Martínez Galera, J.L. Martínez Vidal, D.L. Massart , J.R. Torres-Lapasió, K. De Braekeleer, J.H. Wang and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 411:145-155 (2000).

227.     Identification of Sources of Phoenix Aerosol by Positive Matrix Factorization, Z. Ramadan, X.-H. Song, and P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 50:1308-1320 (2000).

228.     A Transition from Heterogeneous to Homogeneous Nucleation in the Turbulent Mixing CNC, R. Mavliev, P.K. Hopke, H.-C. Wang, and D.-W. Lee, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 35: 586-595 (2001).

229.     Multiple Imputation for Multivariate Data with Missing and Below-Threshold Measurements: Time-Series Concentrations of Pollutants in the Arctic, P.K. Hopke, C. Liu, and D.B. Rubin, Biometrics 57: 22-33 (2001).

230.     Beta Gauge for Aerosol Mass Measurement, W. Chueinta, and P. K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 35: 840-843 (2001).

231.     Equation-Oriented System (EOS): An Efficient Programming Approach to Solve Multilinear and Polynomial Equations by the Conjugate Gradient Algorithm, J.-H. Wang and P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst. 55: 13-22 (2001).

232.     Identification of Sources of Pollutants in Precipitation Measured at the Mid-Atlantic US Coast, D. Lucey, L. Hadjiiski, P.K. Hopke, J. Scudlark, and T. Church, Atmospheric Environ. 35:3979-3986 (2001).

233.     Source Apportionment of Gasoline and Diesel by Multivariate Calibration Based on Single Particle Mass Spectral Data, X.-H. Song, N.M. Faber, P.K. Hopke, D.T. Suess, K.A. Prather, J. Schauer, and G.R. Cass, Anal. Chim. Acta 446: 329-343 (2001).

234.     Two Channel Vapor Nucleation in the Vicinity of the Triple Point, L. Anisimova, P.K. Hopke, and J. Terry, J. Chem. Phys. 114:9852-9855 (2001).

235.     Variable Selection in Classification of Environmental Soil Samples for PLS and Neural Network Models, Z. Ramadan, X.H. Song, P.K. Hopke, M. Johnson and K. Scow, Anal. Chim. Acta 446: 233-244 (2001).

236.     Binary N-Octanol - Sulfur Hexafluoride Nucleation, M P. Anisimov, P. K. Hopke, I.N. Shaimordanov, S. D. Shandakov, and L.-E. Magnusson, J. Chem. Phys. 115: 810-816 (2001).

237.     The Quantification of ATOFMS Data by Multivariate Methods, D.P. Fergenson, X.-H. Song, Z. Ramadan, J.O. Allen, L.S. Hughes, G.R. Cass, P.K. Hopke and K.A. Prather, Anal. Chem. 73: 3535-3541 (2001).

238.     Sources of Fine Particle Composition in the Northeastern US, X.H. Song, A.V. Polissar, and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 35:5277-5286 (2001).

239.     Nucleation Rate Surface Topologies for Binary Systems, M.P. Anisimov and P.K. Hopke, J. Phys. Chem. B; 105:11817-11822 (2001).

240.     Enhanced Airborne Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) Concentrations and Chlorination Downwind of Lake Ontario, J. Chiarenzelli, J. Pagano, R. Scrudato , L. Falanga , K. Migdal , A. Hartwell, M. Milligan, T. Battalagia, T. M. Holsen, Y. Hsu, P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 35: 3280-3286 (2001).

241.     Source Regions for Atmospheric Aerosol Measured at Barrow, Alaska, A.V. Polissar, P.K. Hopke, J.M. Harris, Environ. Sci. Technol. 35: 4214-4226 (2001).

242.     Atmospheric Aerosol over Vermont: Chemical Composition and Sources, A.V. Polissar, P.K. Hopke, and R.L. Poirot, Environ. Sci. Technol. 35: 4604-4621 (2001).

243.     Comparative Application of Multiple Receptor Methods to Identify Aerosol Sources in Northern Vermont, R.L. Poirot, P.R. Wishinski, P.K. Hopke and A.V. Polissar, Environ. Sci. Technol. 35: 4622-4636 (2001).

244.     Utilizing Wind Direction and Wind Speed as Independent Variables in Multilinear Receptor Modeling Studies, P. Paatero and P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst. 60: 25-41 (2002).

245.     Understanding and Controlling Rotations in Factor Analytic Models, P. Paatero, P.K. Hopke, X.H. Song, Z. Ramadan, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst. 60: 253-264 (2002).

246.     Identification of Sources Contributing to the Mid-Atlantic Regional Aerosol, J.H. Lee, Y. Yoshida, B.J. Turpin, P.K. Hopke, and R.L. Poirot, J. Air Waste Manage. 52:1186-1205 (2002).

247.     Measured Summertime Concentrations of Particulate Components, Hg0, and Speciated Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons at Rural Sites in New York State, P.K. Hopke, W. Liu, Y.-J. Han, S.M. Yi, T.M. Holsen, S. Cybart, K. Kozlowski, and M. Milligan, Environ. Pollution 123:413-425 (2003).

248.     Recent developments in CANDECOMP/ PARAFAC algorithms: A critical review, N.M. Faber, R. Bro, and P. K. Hopke, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst. 65:119-137 (2003).

249.     General Recommendations for Vapor Nucleation Rate Experiments, M.P. Anisimov, P.K. Hopke, and Z.N. Esina, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 37:183-186 (2003).

250.     Sample–Specific Standard Error of Prediction for Partial Least Squares Regression, N.M. Faber, X.-H. Song and P.K. Hopke, Trends Anal. Chem. 22: 330-334 (2003).

251.     Application of Modified Alternating Least Squares Regression to Spectroscopic Image Analysis, J.-H. Wang, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Hancewicz, and S.L. Zhang, Analytica Chim. Acta 476: 93-109 (2003).

252.     Comparison of Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF) and Multilinear Engine (ME-2) for the Source Apportionment of Particulate Pollutants, Z. Ramadan, B. Eickhout, X.-H. Song, L. M. C. Buydens, and P.K. Hopke, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst. 66:15-28 (2003).

253.     Discarding or Downweighting High-Noise Variables in Factor Analysis Models, P. Paatero and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 490: 277-289 (2003).

254.     Locating and Quantifying PCB Sources in Chicago: Receptor Modeling and Field Sampling, Y.-K. Hsu, T. M. Holsen and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 37: 681-690 (2003).

255.     Comparison of Hybrid Receptor Models to Locate PCB Sources in Chicago, Y.-K. Hsu, T. M. Holsen and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 37: 545–562 (2003).

256.     Recent Developments in Receptor Modeling, P.K. Hopke, J. Chemometrics 17: 255-265 (2003).

257.     Source Identification of Atlanta Aerosol by Positive Matrix Factorization, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, and E. Edgerton, J. Air Waste Mange. Assoc. 53:731-739 (2003).

258.     Source Identification of PM2.5 in an Arid Northwest U.S. City by Positive Matrix Factorization, E. Kim, T.V. Larson, P.K. Hopke, C. Slaughter, L.E. Sheppard, C. Claiborne, Atmospheric Res. 66: 291–305 (2003).

259.     Composition of the Finnish Arctic Aerosol: Collection and Analysis of Historic Filter Samples, T. Yli-Tuomi, L. Venditte, P.K. Hopke, M.S. Basunia, S. Landsberger, Y. Viisanen, and J. Paatero, Atmospheric Environ. 37:2355-2364 (2003).

260.     Advanced Factor Analysis of Spatial Distributions of PM2.5 in the Eastern U.S., P. Paatero, P.K. Hopke, J. Hoppenstock, and S. Eberly, Environ. Sci. Technol. 37: 2460-2476 (2003).

261.     Receptor Modeling of Ambient and Personal Exposure Samples: 1998 Baltimore Particulate Matter Epidemiology-Exposure Study, P.K. Hopke, Z. Ramadan, P. Paatero, G. Norris, M. Landis, R. Williams, and C.W. Lewis, Atmospheric Environ. 37: 3289-3302 (2003).

262.     Data Mining of the Relationship between High Ozone Formation, F. Gan and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 490 153–158 (2003).

263.     Spatial Prediction of Air Quality Data: A Primer, D.M. Holland, W.M. Cox, R. Scheffe, A.J. Cimorelli, D. Nychka, and P.K. Hopke, EM August, 31-35 (2003)

264.     Atmospheric Aerosol over Finnish Arctic: Source Analysis by the Multilinear Engine and the Potential Source Contributions Function, T. Yli-Tuomi, P.K. Hopke, P. Paatero, M.S. Basunia, S. Landsberger, Y. Viisanen, and J. Paatero, Atmospheric Environ. 37: 4381-4392 (2003).

265.     New Convergence Criterion for Multivariable Curve Resolution, F. Gan and P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 495: 195-203 (2003).

266.     The Evolution of Chemometrics, P.K. Hopke, Anal. Chim. Acta 500: 365-377 (2003).

267.     Origins of Fine Aerosol Mass in the Western United States Using Positive Matrix Factorization, W. Liu, P.K. Hopke, and R.A. Vancuren, J. Geophys. Res.- Atmospheres 108 (D23): D04716 (2003).

268.     Application of Receptor Modeling to Atmospheric Constituents at Potsdam and Stockton, NY, W. Liu, P.K. Hopke, Y.-J. Han, S.-M. Yi, T.M. Holsen, S. Cybart, K. Kozlowski, and M. Milligan, Atmospheric Environ. 37: 4997-5007 (2003).

269.     Incorporation of Parametric Factors into Multilinear Receptor Model Studies of Atlanta Aerosol, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, P. Paatero, and E.S. Edgerton, Atmospheric Environ. 37: 5009-5021 (2003).

270.     Ambient Silver Concentration Anomaly in the Finnish Arctic Lower Atmosphere, M. S. Basunia, S. Landsberger, T. Yli-Tuomi, P. K. Hopke, P. Wishinski, J. Paatero and Y. Viisanen, Environ. Sci. Technol. 37: 5537-5544 (2003).

271.     Comparison of Experimental and Theoretical Heterogeneous Nucleation on Ultrafine Carbon Particles, D.-W. Lee, P.K. Hopke, D.H. Rasmussen, H.-C. Wang, R. Mavliev, J. Phys. Chem. B 107: 13813-13822 (2003).

272.     Advanced Factor Analysis on Pittsburgh Particle Size Distribution Data, L. Zhou, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, C. Stanier, S. Pandis, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 38 (S1): 118-132 (2004).

273.     Multilinear Model for Spatial Pattern Analysis of the Measurement of Haze and Visual Effects Project, W. Chueinta, P.K. Hopke, P. Paatero, Environ. Sci. Technol. 38: 544-554 (2004).

274.     Analysis of Particle Size Distributions using UNMIX and Positive Matrix Factorization, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, T.V. Larson, D.S. Covert, Environ. Sci. Technol. 38: 202-209 (2004).

275.     On-Road Exposure to Highway Aerosols 1. Aerosol and Gas Measurements, D. B. Kittelson, W. F. Watts, J. P. Johnson, M. L. Remerowki, E. E. Ische, G. Oberdörster, R. M. Gelein, A.C. Elder, P. K. Hopke, C.-H. Jeong, E. Kim, W. Liu, W. Zhao, L. Zhou, Inhalation Toxicology 16 (Suppl. 1): 31-39 (2004).

276.     On-Road Exposure to Highway Aerosols 2. Exposures of Aged, Compromised Rats, A.C.P. Elder, R. Gelein, J. Finkelstein, R. Phipps, M. Frampton, M. Utell, D.B. Kittelson, W.F. Watts, P.K. Hopke, C.-H. Jeong, E. Kim, W. Liu, W. Zhao, L. Zhou, R. Vincent, P. Kumarathasan, G. Oberdörster, Inhalation Toxicology 16 (Suppl. 1): 41-53 (2004).

277.     Measurement of Real-Time PM2.5 Mass, Sulfate, and Carbonaceous Aerosols at the Multiple Monitoring Sites, C.-H. Jeong, D.-W. Lee, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 38: 5247–5256 (2004).

278.     Source Identification of Volatile Organic Compounds in Houston, TX, W. Zhao, P.K. Hopke, T. Karl, Environ. Sci. Technol. 38: 1338-1347 (2004).

279.     Characteristics of Nucleation and Growth Events of Ultrafine Particles Measured in Rochester, NY, C.-H. Jeong, P.K. Hopke, D. Chalupa, M. Utell, Environ. Sci. Technol. 38: 1933 - 1940 (2004).

280.     Improving Source Identification of Atlanta Aerosol using Temperature Resolved Carbon Fractions in Positive Matrix Factorization, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, E.S. Edgerton, Atmos. Environ. 38: 3349-3362 (2004).

281.     Source Apportionment of Fine Particles at Washington, DC utilizing Temperature Resolved Carbon Fractions, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 54: 773-785 (2004).

282.     Comparison of Two Trajectory Based Models for Locating Particle Sources for Two Rural New York Site, L. Zhou, W. Liu, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 38: 1955-1963 (2004).

283.     Improving Source Identification of Fine Particles in a Rural Northeastern U.S. Area utilizing Temperature Resolved Carbon Fractions, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, J. Geophys. Res. 109: D09204 (2004).

284.     Experimental Studies of Heterogeneous Nucleation in the Turbulent Mixing Condensation Nuclei Counter, R. Mavliev, P.K. Hopke, H-C Wang, D.-W. Lee, J. Phys. Chem. B 108: 4558-4564 (2004).

285.     Identification of Source Location for Atmospheric Dry Deposition of Heavy Metals during Yellow-Sand Events in Seoul, Korea in 1998 Using Hybrid Receptor Models, Y.-J. Han, T.M. Holsen, P.K. Hopke, J.-P. Cheong, H. Kim, S.-M. Yi, Atmospheric Environ. 38: 5353–5361 (2004).

286.     Investigation of Sources of Atmospheric Aerosol at Urban and Semi-Urban Areas in Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, E. Kim, S.K. Biswas, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 38: 3025-3038 (2004).

287.     The Comparison Between Thermal-Optical Transmittance Elemental Carbon and Aethalometer Black Carbon Measured at Multiple Monitoring Sites, C.H. Jeong, P.K. Hopke, E. Kim, and D.W. Lee, Atmospheric Environ. 38: 5193–5204 (2004).

288.     Source Apportionment for Ambient Particles in the San Gorgonio Wilderness, W. Zhao and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 38: 5901-5910 (2004).

289.     Condensation Activation and Nucleation on Heterogeneous Aerosol Nanoparticles, V.Y. Smorodin and P.K. Hopke, J. Phys. Chem. B 108: 9147-9157 (2004).

290.     Total potential source contribution function analysis of trace elements determined in aerosol samples collected near Lake Huron, S. R. Biegalski and P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 38: 4276-4284 (2004).

291.     Factor Analysis of Seattle Fine Particles, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, T.V. Larson, N.N. Maykut, J. Lewtas, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 38: 724–738 (2004).

292.     Advanced Factor Analysis for Multiple Time Resolution Aerosol Composition Data, L. Zhou, P.K. Hopke, P. Paatero, J.M. Ondov, J. Patrick Pancras, N.J. Pekney, C.I. Davidson, Atmospheric Environ. 38: 4909-4920 (2004).

293.     Comparison between Conditional Probability Function and Nonparametric Regression for Fine Particle Source Directions, E. Kim, and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 38: 4667–4673 (2004).

294.     Atmospheric Gaseous Mercury Concentrations in New York State: Relationships with Meteorological Data and Other Pollutants, Y.-J. Han, T.M. Holsen, S.-O. Lai, P.K. Hopke, S.-M. Yi, W. Liu, J. Pagano, L. Falanga, M. Milligan, and C. Andolina, Atmospheric Environ. 38: 6431-6446 (2004).

295.     Measurement of Ultrafine Particle Size Distribution from Stationary Combustion Sources of Coal, Oil and Gas, M.-C. Oliver Chang, P.K. Hopke, J.C. Chow, J.G. Watson, S.-M. Yi, G.C. England, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 54: 1494-1505 (2004).

296.     Sources of Fine Particle Composition in New York City, Z. Li, P.K. Hopke, L. Husain, S. Qureshi, V.A. Dutkiewicz. J.J. Schwab, F. Drewnick, and K.L. Demerjian, Atmospheric Environ. 38: 6521–6529 (2004).

297.     Particle Collection Characteristics of a Prototype Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) for a Differential TEOM System, S.M. Yi, J.L. Ambs, H. Patashnick, G. Rupprecht, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Science and Technology 38: 46-51 Suppl. 2, (2004).

298.     A Graphical Diagnostic Method for Assessing the Rotation In Factor Analytical Models Of Atmospheric Pollution, P. Paatero, P.K. Hopke, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, Atmospheric Environ. 39: 193-201 (2005).

299.     Investigation of Sources of Atmospheric Aerosol at a Hot Spot Area in Dhaka, Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, and M. Khaliquzzaman, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 55: 227-240 (2005).

300.     Application of PLS and Back Propagation Neural Networks for the Estimation of Soil Properties, Z. Ramadan, P.K. Hopke, M. J. Johnson and K.M. Scow, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst. 75: 23-30 (2005).

301.     Measurement of Particle-Bound Reactive Oxygen Species in Rubidoux Aerosols, P. Venkatachari, P.K. Hopke, B.D. Grover, and D.J. Eatough, J. Atmospheric Chem. 50: 49-58 (2005).

302.     Performance Evaluation of Continuous PM2.5 Mass Concentration Monitors, J.-H. Lee, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, D.-W. Lee, P.A Jaques, C. Sioutas, and J.L. Ambs, J. Aerosol Sci. 36: 95-109 (2005).

303.     Mining Airborne Particulate Size Distribution Data by Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF), L. Zhou, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, C. Stanier, S.N. Pandis, J. Geophys. Res. 110: D07S19 (2005).

304.     Investigation of the Relationship Between Chemical Composition and Size Distribution of Airborne Particles by Partial Least Square (PLS) and Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF), L. Zhou, P.K. Hopke, C.O. Stanier, S.N. Pandis, J.M. Ondov, J.P. Pancras, J. Geophys. Res. 110: D07S18 (2005).

305.     Source Identification of Fine Particles in Washington DC by Expanded Factor Analysis Modeling, B.A. Begum, P.K. Hopke, and W. Zhao, Environ. Sci. Technol. 55: 227–240 (2005).

306.     Measurements of Fine Particle Mass Concentrations Using Continuous and Integrated Monitors in Eastern U.S. Cities, J.H. Lee, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, A.V. Polissar, D.-W. Lee, E.S. Edgerton, J.M. Ondov, and G. Allen, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 39:261-275 (2005).

307.     Comparison between Back-Trajectory Based Modeling and Lagrangian Backward Dispersion Modeling for Locating Sources of Reactive Gaseous Mercury, Y.-J. Han, T.M. Holsen, P.K. Hopke, S.-M. Yi, Environ. Sci. Technol. 39: 1715-1723 (2005).

308.     Evaluation of Continuous and Filter-Based Methods for Measuring PM2.5 Mass Concentration, J.H. Lee, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, A.V. Polissar, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 39: 290-303 (2005).

309.     Measurement of Total PM2.5 Mass (Nonvolatile plus Semi-Volatile) with the FDMS TEOM Monitor, B.D. Grover, M. Kleinman, N.L. Eatough, D.J. Eatough, P.K. Hopke, R.W. Long, W.E. Wilson, M.B. Meyer, J.L. Ambs, J. Geophys. Res. 110: D07S03 (2005).

310.     Receptor Modeling for Multiple Time Resolved Species: The Baltimore Supersite, D. Ogulei, P.K. Hopke, L. Zhou, P. Paatero, S.S. Park, J.M. Ondov, Atmospheric Environ. 39: 3751-3762 (2005).

311.     Estimation of Organic Carbon Blank Values and Error Structures of the Speciation Trends Network Data for Source Apportionment, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, and Y. Qin, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 55: 1190 - 1199 (2005).

312.     Evaluation of the Potential Source Contribution Function using the 2002 Quebec Forest Fire Episode, B.A. Begum, E. Kim, C.-H. Jeong, D.-W. Lee, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 39: 3719-3724 (2005).

313.     Spatial Variability of Fine Particle Mass, Components, and Source Contributions During the Regional Air Pollution Study in St. Louis, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, J.P. Pinto, W.E. Wilson, Environ. Sci. Technol. 39: 4172-4179 (2005).

314.     An Algorithm for Semi-Empirical Design of Nucleation Rate Surface, L. Anisimova, M. Anisimov, G. Semin, P. Turner, P.K. Hopke, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 290: 107–116 (2005).

315.     Improving Source Apportionment of Fine Particles in the Eastern U.S. Utilizing Temperature Resolved Carbon Fractions, E. Kim and P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 55: 1456–1463 (2005).

316.     Sources of Fine Particles in a Rural Midwestern U.S. Area, E. Kim, P.K. Hopke, D.M. Kenski, M. Koerber, Environ. Sci. Technol. 39: 4953-4960 (2005).

317.     The Workshop on the Source Apportionment of PM Health Effects: Inter-Comparison of Results and Implications, G.D. Thurston, K. Ito, T. Mar, W.F. Christensen, D.J. Eatough, R.C. Henry, E. Kim, F. Laden, R. Lall, T.V. Larson, H. Liu, L. Neas, J.P. Pinto, M. Stölzel, H. Suh, and P.K. Hopke, Environmental Health Perspectives 113: 1768-1774 (2005)  PMC1314918.

318.     Predicting Bulk Ambient Aerosol Compositions from ATOFMS Data with ART-2a and Multivariate Analysis, W. Zhao, P.K. Hopke, X. Qin, K.A. Prather, Anal. Chim. Acta 549: 179–187 (2005).

319.     Characterization of Non-Methane Volatile Organic Compounds Sources in Houston during 2001 using Positive Matrix Factorization, E. Kim, S.G. Brown, H.R. Hafner, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 39: 5934-5946 (2005).

320.     Identification of Fine Particle Sources in Mid-Atlantic US Area, E. Kim and P.K. Hopke, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 168: 391-421 (2005).

321.     Reconciling Trajectory Ensemble Receptor Model Results with Emissions, P.K. Hopke, L. Zhou, R.L. Poirot, Environ. Sci. Technol. 39: 7980-7983 (2005).

322.     Fiber Classification and the Influence of Average Air Humidity, Z. Wang, P.K. Hopke, P.A. Baron, G. Ahmadi,Y-S Cheng, G. Deye, W.-C. Su, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 39:1056-1063 (2005).

323.     Nucleation Research Progress for Description of Atmospheric Aerosol Dynamics II. Nucleation Rate Surface for Water Vapor. M.P. Anisimov, L. Anisimova, P. Turner, P. Hopke. Optics of Atmosphere and Ocean 18 (5-6): 380-386 (2005)

324.     Cluster Analysis of Single Particle Mass Spectra at Flushing, NY, L. Zhou, P.K. Hopke and P. Venkatachari, Anal. Chim. Acta 555: 47-56 (2006).

325.     Temporal Variations and Spatial Distribution of Ambient PM2.2 and PM10 Concentrations in Dhaka, Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, and P.K. Hopke, Science of the Total Environment 358: 36-45 (2006).

326.     Real-Time Characterization of the Composition of Individual Particles Emitted From Ultrafine Particle Concentrators, Su, Y. X., Sipin, M. F., Spencer, M. T., Qin, X., Moffet, R. C., Shields, L. G., Prather, K. A., Venkatachari, P., Jeong, C. H., Kim, E., Hopke, P. K., Gelein, R. M., Utell, M. J., Oberdörster, G., Berntsen, J., Devlin, R. B., Chen, L. C., Aerosol Sci. Technol. 40: 437-455 (2006).

327.     An Intercomparison of Measurement Methods for Carbonaceous Aerosol in the Ambient Air in New York City, P. Venkatachari, L. Zhou, P.K. Hopke, J.J. Schwab, K.L. Demerjian, S. Weimer, O. Hogrefe, H.D. Felton, O.V. Rattigan, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 40:788–795 (2006).

328.     Source Investigation for Ambient PM2.5 in Indianapolis, IN, W. Zhao and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 40:898-909 (2006).

329.     Measurement of Both Nonvolatile and Semi-Volatile Fractions of Fine Particulate Matter in Fresno, CA, B.D. Grover, N.L. Eatough, D.J. Eatough, J.C. Chow, J.G. Watson, J.L. Ambs, M.B. Meyer, P.K. Hopke, R. Al-Horr, D.W. Later, W.E. Wilson, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 40:811-826 (2006)

330.     Impact of Banning of Two-Stroke Engines on Airborne Particulate Matter Concentrations in Dhaka, Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 56: 85-89 (2006).

331.     Source Identification of Airborne PM2.5 at the St. Louis-Midwest Supersite, J.H. Lee, P.K. Hopke, J.R. Turner, J. Geophys. Res. 111, D10S10 (2006).

332.     PM Source Apportionment and Health Effects: 1. Intercomparison of Source Apportionment Results, Hopke, P.K., Ito, K., Mar, T., Christensen, W.F., Eatough, D.J., Henry, R.C., Kim, E., Laden, F., Lall, R., Larson, T.V., Liu, H., Neas, L., Pinto, J. P., Stölzel, M. Suh, H., Paatero, P., Thurston, G.D., J. Exposure Science Environmental Epi. 16: 275-286 (2006).

333.     PM Source Apportionment and Health Effects: 2. An Investigation of Inter-Method Variability in Associations between Source-Apportioned Fine Particle Mass and Daily Mortality in Washington, DC, Ito, K., Christensen, W.F., Eatough, D.J., Henry, R.C., Kim, E., Laden, F., Lall, R., Larson, T.V., Naes, L., Hopke, P.K., Thurston, G.D., J. Exposure Science Environmental Epi. 16: 300–310 (2006).

334.     PM Source Apportionment and Health Effects. 3. Investigation of Inter-Method Variations in Associations between Estimated Source Contributions of PM2.5 and Daily Mortality in Phoenix, AZ, Mar, T.F., Ito,K., Koenig, J.Q., Larson, T.V., Eatough, D.J., Henry, R.C., Kim, E., Laden, F., Lall, R., Naes, L., Stölzel, M., Paatero, P., Hopke, P.K., Thurston, G.D., J. Exposure Science Environmental Epi. 16: 311–320 (2006).

335.     Source Identification for Fine Aerosols in Mammoth Cave National Park, W. Zhao and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Research 80:309-322 (2006).

336.     Baltimore Supersite: Highly Time Resolved Concentrations of Urban PM2.5 and its Constituents for Resolution of Sources and Immune Responses, J.M. Ondov, T.J. Buckley, P.K. Hopke, D. Ogulei, M.B. Parlange, W. F. Rogge, K. S. Squibb, M.V. Johnston, and A. S. Wexler, Atmospheric Environ. 40: S224-A237 (2006).

337.     Source Apportionment of Baltimore Aerosol from Combined Size Distribution and Chemical Composition Data, D. Ogulei, P.K. Hopke, L. Zhou, J.P. Pancras, N. Nair, J.M. Ondov, Atmospheric Environ. 40: S396-S410 (2006).

338.     Apportioning Sources of PM2.5 in St. Louis, MO using Speciation Trends Network Data, J.H. Lee, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 40: S360-S377 (2006).

339.     An Ion Chromatographic Analysis of Water-Soluble, Short-Chain Organic Acids in Ambient Particulate Matter, R. Sunder Raman, P.K. Hopke, Int. J. Environ. Anal. Chem. 86: 767-777 (2006).

340.     Influence of Atmospheric Dispersion and New Particle Formation Events on Ambient Particle Number Concentrations in Rochester, USA and Toronto, Canada, C.-H. Jeong, G.J. Evans, P.K. Hopke, D. Chalupa, and M. Utell, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 56; 431-443 (2006).

341.     Spatial and Temporal Variability of Black Carbon in New York City, P. Venkatachari, L. Zhou, P.K. Hopke, D. Felton, O.V. Rattigan, J.J. Schwab, K.L. Demerjian, J. Geophys. Res. 111, D10S05 (2006).

342.     Analysis of Indoor Particle Size Distributions from an Occupied Townhouse using PMF, D. Ogulei, P.K. Hopke, L. Wallace, Indoor Air 16:204-215 (2006).

343.     Airflow and Deposition of Nano-Particles in a Human Nasal Cavity, P. Zamankhan, G. Ahmadi, Z. Wang, P.K. Hopke, Y.-S. Cheng, W.C. Su, and D. Leonard, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 40:463–476 (2006).

344.     The Concentrations and Sources of PM2.5 in Metropolitan New York City, Y. Qin, E. Kim, and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 40: S312-S332 (2006).

345.     Source Apportionment and Analysis on Ambient and Personal Exposure Samples with a Combined Receptor Model and an Adaptive Blank Estimation Strategy, W. Zhao, P.K. Hopke, G. Norris, R. Williams, P. Paatero, Atmospheric Environ. 40: 3788-3801 (2006).

346.     Characterization of Fine Particle Sources in the Great Smoky Mountains Area, E. Kim and P.K. Hopke, Science of the Total Environment 368: 781-794 (2006).

347.     Relationship of Heterogeneous Nucleation and Condensational Growth on Aerosol Nanoparticles, V.Ye. Smorodin and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Research 82:591-604 (2006).

348.     Concentration and Sources of PM10 and its Constituents in Alsasua, Spain, J. Zabalza, D. Ogulei, P.K. Hopke, J.H. Lee, I.J. Hwang, X. Querol, A. Alastuey, and J.M. Santamaría, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 174: 385-404 (2006).

349.     Major Source Categories for PM2.5 in Pittsburgh using PMF and UNMIX, N.J. Pekney, C.I. Davidson, A.L. Robinson, L. Zhou, P.K. Hopke, and D. Eatough, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 40:910-924 (2006).

350.     Application of PSCF and CPF to PMF-Modeled Sources of PM2.5 in Pittsburgh, N.J. Pekney, C.I. Davidson, L. Zhou, and P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 40:952-961 (2006).

351.     Comparison of Source Apportionments of PM2.5 at Two San Jose Speciation Trends Network Sites, I.J. Hwang and P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 56: 1287-1300 (2006).

352.     Sources of Fine Particulate Species in Ambient Air over Lake Champlain Basin, Vermont, N. Gao, A. Gildemeister, K. Krumhansl, K. Lafferty, P.K. Hopke, E. Kim, R.L. Poirot, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 56: 1607-1620 (2006).

353.     Exposure to Airborne Particulate Matter in the Ambient, Indoor and Occupational Environments, P.K. Hopke, A. Rossner, Clinics in Occupational and Environmental Medicine 5:747-771 (2006).

354.     Seasonal Variation of 2-Methyltetrols in the Ambient Air Samples, X. Xia, P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 40: 6934-6937 (2006).

355.     Identification of Fulvic Acids and Sulfated and Nitrated Analogues in Atmospheric Aerosol by Electrospray Ionization-Fourier Transform-Ion Cyclotron Resonance-Mass Spectrometry, T. Reemtsma, A. These, P. Venkatarachi, X. Xia, P.K. Hopke, A. Springer, M. Linscheid, Anal. Chem. 78: 8299-8304 (2006).

356.     Multi-Element Analysis and Characterization of Atmospheric Particulate Pollution in Dhaka, B.A. Begum, S. Biswas, P.K. Hopke, D.D. Cohen, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 6: 334-359 (2006).

357.     Effects of On-Road Highway Aerosol Exposures on Autonomic Responses in Aged, Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats, A. Elder, J.-P. Couderc, R. Gelein, S. Eberly, C. Cox, X. Xia, W. Zareba, P. Hopke, W. Watts, D. Kittelson, M. Frampton, M. Utell, and G. Oberdörster, Inhalation Toxicology 19: 1-12 (2007).

358.     Comparison between Sample-Species Specific Uncertainties and Estimated Uncertainties for the Source Apportionment of the Speciation Trends Network Data, E. Kim and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 41: 567-575 (2007).

359.     Estimation of Source Apportionment and Potential Source Locations of PM2.5 at a West Coastal IMPROVE Site, I.J. Hwang and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 41: 506-518 (2007).

360.     Source Characterization of Ambient Fine Particles in the Los Angeles Basin, E. Kim and P.K. Hopke, J. Environmental Engineering Science 6: 343-353 (2007).

361.     Factor Analysis of Submicron Particle Size Distributions Near a Major United States-Canada Trade Bridge, D. Ogulei, P.K. Hopke, A.R. Ferro, P.A. Jaques, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 57: 190-203 (2007).

362.     Characterization of Wintertime Reactive Oxygen Species Concentrations in Flushing, New York, P. Venkatachari, P.K. Hopke, W.H. Brune, X. Ren, R. Lesher, J. Mao, M. Mitchell, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 41: 97-111 (2007).

363.     Spatial Distribution of Source Locations for Particulate Nitrate and Sulfate in the Upper-Midwestern United States, W. Zhao, P.K. Hopke, and L. Zhou, Atmospheric Environ. 41: 1831-1847 (2007).

364.     Modeling Source Contributions to Submicron Particle Number Concentrations Measured in Rochester, NY, D. Ogulei, P.K. Hopke, D.C. Chalupa, and M.J. Utell, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 41: 179-201 (2007).

365.     Performance Comparison of Scanning Electrical Mobility Spectrometers, J. Rodrigue, M. Ranjan, P.K. Hopke, and S. Dhaniyala, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 41:360-368 (2007).

366.     Use of an Expanded Receptor Model for Personal Exposure Analysis in Schoolchildren with Asthma, W. Zhao, P.K. Hopke, E.W. Gelfand, N. Rabinovitch, Atmospheric Environ. 41: 4084-4096 (2007).

367.     Study of Urban Atmospheric Pollution in Navarre (Northern Spain), J. Zabalza, D. Ogulei, D. Elustondo, J. M. Santamaría, A. Alastuey, X. Querol, and P. K. Hopke, Environ. Monitoring Assessment 134: 137–151(2007).

368.     Wet Deposition of Mercury at a New York State Rural Site: Concentrations, Fluxes, and Source Areas, S.O. Lai, T.M. Holsen, P.K. Hopke, and P. Liu, Atmospheric Environ. 41: 4337-4348 (2007).

369.     A Study of Health Effect Estimates Using Competing Methods to Model Personal Exposures to Ambient PM2.5, M. Strand, P.K. Hopke, W. Zhao, S. Vedal, E. Gelfand, N. Rabinovitch, J. Exposure Sci. Environ. Epi. 17: 549-558 (2007).

370.     Estimation of Source Locations of Total Gaseous Mercury Measured in New York State Using Trajectory Based Models, Y. Han, T.M. Holsen, and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 41: 6033–6047 (2007).

371.     Source Apportionment of Time and Size Resolved Ambient Particulate Matter Measured with a Rotating DRUM Impactor, E. Pere-Trepat, P.K. Hopke, and P. Paatero, Atmospheric Environ. 41: 5921–5933 (2007).

372.     Sources of Fine Urban Particulate Matter in Detroit, MI, A. Gildemeister, P.K. Hopke, and E. Kim, Chemosphere 69: 1064-1074 (2007).

373.     Characteristics of the Major Chemical Constituents of PM2.5 and Smog Events in Seoul, Korea in 2003 and 2004. H.-S. Kim, J.-B. Huh, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, and S.-M. Yi, Atmospheric Environ. 41: 6762–6770 (2007).

374.     Source Identifications of Airborne Fine Particles using Positive Matrix Factorization and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Positive Matrix Factorization, E. Kim and P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 57: 811-819 (2007).

375.     Interference of Organic Signals in Highly Time Resolved Nitrate Measurements by Aerosol Mass Spectrometer. M.-S. Bae, J.J. Schwab, Q. Zhang, O. Hogrefe, K.L. Demerjian, S. Weimer, K. Rhoads, D. Orsini, P. Venkatachari, P.K. Hopke, J. Geophys. Res. 112: D22305 (2007).

376.     Source Apportionment of Fine Particles Utilizing Partially Speciated Carbonaceous Aerosol Data at Two Rural Locations in New York State, R. Sunder Raman and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 41: 7923–7939 (2007).

377.     The Complexities of Air Pollution Regulation: The Need for an Integrated Research and Regulatory Perspective, S.S. Nadadur, A. Miller, P.K. Hopke, T. Gordon, S. Vedal, J.J. Vandenberg, and D.L. Costa, Toxicological Sciences 100: 318–327 (2007).

378.     Estimation of Mercury Loadings to Lake Ontario: Results from the Lake Ontario Atmospheric Deposition Study (LOADS), S.-O. Lai, T.M. Holsen, Y.J. Han, P.K. Hopke, S.M. Yi, P. Blanchard, J.J. Pagano, and M. Milligan, Atmospheric Environ. 41: 8205-8218 (2007).

379.     Source Apportionment of Air Particulate Matter by Chemical Mass Balance (CMB) and Comparison with Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF) Model, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 7: 446-468 (2007).

380.     The Nucleation Rate Surface Topology Elements for a Triple Point Vicinity, M.P. Anisimov, P.K. Hopke, V.M. Bouznik, Doklady Physical Chemistry 417, Part 1, 297–300 (2007).

381.     Measurement of PM2.5 Nonvolatile and Semi-Volatile Organic Material with the Sunset Laboratory Carbon Aerosol Monitor, B.D. Grover, M. Kleinman, N.L. Eatough, D.J. Eatough, R.A. Cary, P.K. Hopke, W.E. Wilson, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 58: 72–77 (2008).

382.     Apportionment of Ambient Primary and Secondary PM2.5 at the Pittsburgh National Energy Laboratory (NETL) Pittsburgh PM Characterization Site Using Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF) and a Potential Source Contributions Function (PSCF) Analysis, D.V. Martello, N.J. Pekney, R.R. Anderson, C.I. Davidson, P.K Hopke, E. Kim, W.F. Christensen, N.F. Mangelson, and D.J. Eatough, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 58: 357–368 (2008).

383.     Characterization of Fine Aerosol and its Inorganic Components at Two Rural Locations in New York State, R. Sunder Raman, P.K. Hopke, and T.M. Holsen, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 144: 351-366 (2008).

384.     Comparison of Two Cluster Analysis Methods using Single Particle Mass Spectra, W. Zhao, P.K. Hopke, K.A. Prather, Atmospheric Environ. 42: 881-892 (2008).

385.     Development and Evaluation of a Particle-Bound Reactive Oxygen Species Generator, P. Venkatachari and P.K. Hopke, J. Aerosol Sci. 39: 168-174 (2008).

386.     The Use of Source Apportionment for Air Quality Management and Health Assessments, P.K. Hopke, J. Toxicology and Environmental Health 71: 555–563 (2008).

387.     Fine Particle Sources and Cardiorespiratory Morbidity: An Application of Chemical Mass Balance and Factor Analytical Source Apportionment Methods, J.A. Sarnat, A. Marmur, M. Klein, E. Kim, A.G. Russell, S.E. Sarnat, J.A. Mulholland, P.K. Hopke, P.E. Tolbert, Environmental Health Perspectives 116: 459-466 (2008)   PMC2290994.

388.     Sources Identification of the Atmospheric Aerosol at Urban and Suburban Sites in Indonesia by Positive Matrix Factorization, M. Santoso, P.K. Hopke, A. Hidayat, Diah Dwiana L, Science of the Total Environment 397: 229-238 (2008).

389.     Source Apportionment and Spatial Distributions of Coarse Particles During the Regional Air Pollution Study (RAPS), I.J. Hwang, P.K. Hopke, J.P. Pinto, Environ. Sci. Technol. 42: 3524–3530 (2008).

390.     Carbonaceous Aerosol at Two Rural Locations in New York State: Characterization and Behavior, R. Sunder Raman, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, J. Geophys. Res. 113: D12202 (2008).

391.     Source apportionment of ambient fine particle size distribution using positive matrix factorization in Erfurt, Germany, W. Yue, M. Stölzel, J. Cyrys, M. Pitz, J. Heinrich, W.G. Kreyling, H.-E. Wichmann, A. Peters, S. Wang, P.K. Hopke, Science of the Total Environment 398: 133–144 (2008) PMC2586140.

392.     Development and Laboratory Testing of an Automated Monitor for the Measurement of Atmospheric Particle-bound Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), P. Venkatachari, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 42:629–635 (2008).

393.     Source Characterization of Ambient Fine Particles at Multiple Sites in the Seattle Area, E. Kim and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 42: 6047-6056 (2008).

394.     Characterization of Ambient Fine Particles in the Northwestern Area and Anchorage, AK, E. Kim and P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 58: 1328–1340 (2008).

395.     Quantitative Results from Single Particle Characterization Data, P.K. Hopke, J. Chemometrics 22: 528–532 (2008).

396.     Atmospheric Mercury (Hg) in the Adirondacks: Concentrations and Sources, H.D. Choi, T.M. Holsen, P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 42: 5644–5653 (2008).

397.     Source apportionment of particulate matter in Europe: a review of methods and results, Viana, M., Kuhlbusch, T.A.J., Querol, X., Alastuey, A., Harrison, R.M., Hopke, P.K., Winiwarter, W., Vallius, M., Szidat, S., Prévôt, A.S.H., Hueglin, C., Bloemen H., Wĺhlin, P., Vecchi, R., Miranda, A.I., Kasper-Giebl, A., Maenhaut, W., Hitzenberger, R., J. Aerosol Sci. 39: 827–849 (2008).

398.     Urban Air Quality in the Asian Region, P.K. Hopke, D.D. Cohen, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, B. Ni, G.G. Pandit, M. Santoso, Y.-S. Chung, P. Davy, A. Markwitz, S. Waheed, N. Siddique, F.L. Santos, P.C.B. Pabroa, M.C.S. Seneviratne, W. Wimolwattanapun, S. Bunprapob, T.B. Vuong, and A. Markowicz, Science of the Total Environment 404: 103-112 (2008).

399.     Characterization of Products Formed in the Reaction of Ozone with α-Pinene: Case for Organic Peroxides, P. Venkatachari and P.K. Hopke, J. Environmental Monitoring 10: 966-974 (2008).

400.     Estimation of Source Apportionment of Ambient PM2.5 at Western Coastal IMPROVE Site in USA. I.-J. Hwang, D.S. Kim, P.K. Hopke, Journal of Korean Society for Atmospheric Environment 24: 30-42 (2008).

401.     Fibrous Particle Deposition in Human Nasal Passage: the Influence of Particle Length, Flow Rate and Geometry of Nasal Airway, Z. Wang, P.K. Hopke, G. Ahmadi, Y.S. Cheng, P.A. Baron, J. Aerosol Sci. 39: 1040–1054 (2008).

402.     Key Scientific and Policy- and Health-Relevant Findings from EPA's Particulate Matter Supersites Program and Related StudiFes: An Integration and Synthesis of Results, P.A. Solomon, P.K. Hopke, J. Froines, R. Scheffe, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 58: S3–S92 (2008).

403.     Source Apportionment of Coarse and Fine Particulate Matter at Navi Mumbai, India, P. Kothai, I.V. Saradhi, P. Prathibha, P.K. Hopke, G.G. Pandit, V.D. Puranik, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 8: 423-436 (2008).

404.     Assessment of Trends and Present Ambient Concentrations of PM2.2 and PM10 in Dhaka Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, P.K. Hopke, Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health 1:125–133 (2008).

405.     Numerical Simulations Investigating the Regional and Overall Deposition Efficiency of the Human Nasal Cavity, K.T. Shanley, P. Zamankhan, G. Ahmadi, P.K. Hopke, and Y.-S. Cheng, Inhalation Toxicology 20: 1093-1100 (2008).

406.     Contemporary Threats and Air Pollution, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 43:87-93 (2009).

407.     Indoor Air Pollution from Particulate Matter Emissions in Different Households in Rural Areas of Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, S.K. Paul, M.D. Hossain, S.K. Biswas, Building and Environment 44: 898-903 (2009).

408.     Source Identification of Chittagong Aerosol by Receptor Modeling, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, M. Nasiruddin, A.M. Showkot Hossain, P.K. Hopke, Environmental Engineering Science 26: 679-698 (2009).

409.     Rotational tools for factor analytic models, P. Paatero and P.K. Hopke, J. Chemometrics 23: 91-100 (2009).

410.     Source Apportionment of Airborne Particulate Matter for the Speciation Trends Network Site in Cleveland, OH. L. Zhou, P.K. Hopke, W. Zhao, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 59: 321–331 (2009).

411.     A Spectral Similarity Measure Using Bayesian Statistics, F. Gan, P.K. Hopke, J. Wang, Anal. Chim. Acta 635: 157-161 (2009).

412.     Secondary Organic Aerosol from α-Pinene Ozonolysis in a Dynamic Chamber System, X. Chen, P.K. Hopke, Indoor Air 19: 335–345 (2009).

413.     Source Apportionment of Winter Submicron Prague Aerosols from Combined Particle Number Size Distribution and Gaseous Composition Data, D. Thimmaiah, J. Hovorka, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 9: 209-236 (2009).

414.     Quantifying Road Dust Resuspension in Urban Environment by Multilinear Engine: a Comparison with PMF2, Amato F., Pandolfi M., Escrig. A., Querol. X., Alastuey A., Pey. J., Perez N. and Hopke P. K., Atmospheric Environ. 43: 2770-2780 (2009).

415.     Designing Ambient Particulate Matter Monitoring Program for Source Apportionment Study by Receptor Modeling, N.T. Kim Oanh, P. Pongkiatkul, N. Upadhyay, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 43: 3334-3344 (2009).

416.     A Chamber Study of Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation by Linalool Ozonolysis, X. Chen, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 43: 3935–3940 (2009).

417.     A Similarity Measure for Two-Dimensional Fluorescent Spectra, W. Bai, M. Ren, P.K. Hopke, F. Gan, Applied Spectroscopy 63: 810-814 (2009).

418.     Comparison of the results obtained by four receptor modeling methods in aerosol source apportionment studies, R. Tauler, M. Viana, X. Querol, A. Alastuey, R.M Flight, P.D Wentzell. P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 43: 3989-3997 (2009).

419.     Application of optimally scaled target factor analysis for assessing source contribution of ambient PM10. A. Escrig, E. Monfort, I. Celades, X. Querol, F. Amato, M.C. Minguil1ón, P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 59:1296–1307 (2009).

420.     Comparison of Sources of Submicron Particle Number Concentrations Measured at Two Sites in Rochester, NY, J. Kasumba, P.K. Hopke, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, Science of the Total Environment 407: 5071–5084 (2009).

421.     Seasonal Variations of Elemental Carbon in Urban Aerosols as Measured by Two Common Thermal-Optical Carbon Methods, M.-S. Bae, J.J. Schauer, J.R. Turner, P.K. Hopke, Science of the Total Environment 407: 5176–5183 (2009).

422.     Review of the Vapor-Gas/Liquid Nucleation Experiments: A Review of the Challenges, M. Anisimov, P.K. Hopke, J. Aerosol Sci. 40: 733- 746 (2009).

423.     Effectiveness of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning System with HEPA Filter Unit on Indoor Air Quality and Asthmatic Children's Health, Y. Xu, S. Raja, A.R. Ferro, P.A. Jaques, P.K. Hopke, C. Gressani, L.E. Wetzel, Building & Environment 45: 330-337 (2009).

424.     Source Apportionment of PM2.5 in Seoul, Korea, J.-B. Heo, P.K. Hopke, S.-M. Yi, Atmos. Chem. Phys. 9: 4957-4971 (2009).

425.     Toxaphene analysis in Great Lakes fish: a comparison of GC-EI/MS/MS and GC-ECNI-MS, individual congener standard and technical mixture for quantification of toxaphene, X. Xia, B.S. Crimmins, P.K. Hopke, J.J. Pagano, M.S. Milligan, T.M. Holsen, Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 395: 457–463 (2009).

426.     Technical Note: Detection and identification of radical species formed from α-pinene/ozone reaction using DMPO spin trap, J. Pavlovic, P.K. Hopke, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss. 9: 1–23 (2009).

427.     Resuspension of Indoor Aeroallergens and Relationship to Lung Inflammation in Asthmatic Children, S. Raja, Y. Xu, A.R. Ferro, P.A. Jaques, P.K. Hopke, Environment International 36: 8-14 (2010).

428.     Source Apportionment of the Atmospheric Aerosol in Lahore, Pakistan, S. Raja, F.K. Biswas, P.K. Hopke, L. Husain, Water, Soil, and Air Pollution 208: 43- 57 (2010).

429.     PCDD/F source apportionment in the Baltic Sea using Positive Matrix Factorization, K.L. Sundqvist, M. Tysklind, P. Geladi, P.K. Hopke, K. Wiberg, Environ. Sci. Technol. 44: 1690–1697 (2010).

430.     A Chamber Study of Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation by Limonene Ozonolysis. X. Chen, P.K. Hopke, Indoor Air 20: 320–328 (2010).

431.     Identification of Sources of Fine and Coarse Particulate Matter in Dhaka, Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, A. Markwitz, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol & Air Quality Research 10: 345–353 (2010).

432.     Trends and Potential Sources of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB) and Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDE) in Air in the Lake Ontario Region, H.-D. Choi, J.J. Pagano, M.S. Milligan, P.K. Hopke, S. Skubis and T.M. Holsen, Atmospheric Environ. 44: 3173-3178 (2010).

433.     Spatial Measurements of Ultrafine Particles Using an Engine Exhaust Particle SizerTM within a Local Community Adjacent to a Major International Trade Bridge in Buffalo, N.Y., T.R. McAuley, A. Ferro, J.D. Spengler, P.K. Hopke, P.A. Jaques, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 44:1096–1104 (2010).

434.     Long Term Characterization of Indoor and Outdoor Ultrafine Particles at a Commercial Building, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, Environ. Sci. Technol. 44: 5775–5780 (2010).

435.     The Application of Receptor Modeling to Air Quality Data, P.K. Hopke, Pollution Atmosphérique, Special Issue, September, 2010, 91-109.

436.     Impacts of the Canadian Forest Fires on Atmospheric Mercury and Carbonaceous Particles in Northern New York, Y. Wang, J. Huang, T.J. Zananski, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, Environmental Science and Technology 44, 8435–8440 (2010).

437.     Ambient Mercury Sources in Rochester, NY: Results from Principle Component Analysis (PCA) of Mercury Monitoring Network Data, J. Huang, H.-D. Choi, T.M. Holsen, P.K. Hopke, Environ. Sci. Technol. 44: 8441–8445 (2010).

438.     Performance Evaluation of a Model Electrostatic Precipitator for an Advanced Wood Combustion (AWC) System, M. Omara, P.K. Hopke, S. Raja., T.M. Holsen, Energy and Fuels 24: 6301–6306 (2010).

439.     Modeling Toxaphene Behavior in the Great Lakes, X. Xia, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, B.S. Crimmins, Science of the Total Environment 409: 792–799 (2010).

440.     Detection of radical species formed by the ozonolysis of α-pinene, J. Pavlovic, P.K. Hopke, J. Atmospheric Chem. 66:137–155 (2010).

441.     Identification, Apportionment, and Photochemical Reactivity of Non-Methane Hydrocarbon Sources in Busan, Korea, E. Choi, J.B. Heo, P.K. Hopke, B.B. Jin, S.M. Yi, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 215: 67–82 (2011).

442.     Secondary Organic Aerosol from Ozonolysis of Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds: Chamber Studies of Particle and Reactive Oxygen Species Formation, X Chen, P.K. Hopke, W.P.L. Carter, Environ. Sci. Technol. 45: 276–282 (2011).

443.     Long-term study of urban ultrafine particles and other pollutants, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, Atmospheric Environ. 45: 7672-7680 (2011).

444.     Application of receptor modeling methods, P.K. Hopke, D.D. Cohen, Atmospheric Pollution Research 2: 122-125 (2011).

445.     Source Apportionment of Benzene Downwind of a Major Point Source, R. Li, S. Kalenge, P.K. Hopke, R. Lebouf, A. Rossner, A. Benedict, Atmospheric Pollution Research 2: 138-143 (2011).

446.     Long Range Transport of Soil Dust and Smoke Pollution in the South Asian Region, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, G.G. Pandit, I.V. Saradhi, S. Waheed, N. Siddique, M.C.S. Seneviratne, D.D. Cohen, A. Markwitz, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Pollution Research 2: 151-157 (2011).

447.     Source Apportionment and Potential Source Locations of PM2.5 and PM2.5-10 at residential sites in metropolitan Bangkok, W. Wimolwattanapun, P.K. Hopke, P. Pongkiatkul, Atmospheric Pollution Research 2: 172-181 (2011).

448.     Preliminary Study of the Sources of Ambient Air Pollution in Serpong, Indonesia, M. Santoso, D.D. Lestiani, R. Mukhtar, E. Hamonangan, H. Syafrul, A. Markwitz, P.K Hopke, Atmospheric Pollution Research 2: 190-196 (2011).

449.     Characterization and Source Apportionment of Particulate Pollution in Colombo, Sri Lanka, M.C.S. Senevirratne, V. A. Waduge, L. Hadagiripathira, S. Sanjeewani, T. Attanayake, N. Jayaratne, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Pollution Research 2: 207-212 (2011).

450.     Using Highly Time Resolved Fine Particulate Compositions to Find Particle Sources in St. Louis, MO, G. Wang, P.K. Hopke, J.R. Turner, Atmospheric Pollution Research 2: 219-230 (2011).

451.     Comparison of Source Apportionment of PM2.5 Using PMF2 and EPA PMF Version 2, I.-J. Hwang, P.K. Hopke, Asian Journal of Atmospheric Environment, 5: 86-96, 2011.

452.     Key Issues in Controlling Air Pollutants in Dhaka Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 45: 7705 - 7713 (2011).

453.     Laboratory and Field Testing of an Automated Atmospheric Particle-Bound Reactive Oxygen Species Sampling-Analysis System, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, L. Sun, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, J. Toxicology 2011: Article ID 419476, doi:10.1155/2011/419476 (2011) PMC3090747.

454.     An evaluation of direct measurement techniques for mercury dry deposition, S.-O. Lai, J. Huang, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, Science of the Total Environment 409: 1320–1327 (2011).

455.     Development of a New Method to Estimate the Regional and Local Contributions to Black Carbon, P.J. Brochu, M.-A. Kioumourtzoglou, B.A. Coull, P.K. Hopke, H.H. Suh, Atmospheric Environ. 45: 7681-7687 (2011).

456.     Spatial and vertical extent of nucleation events in the Midwestern USA: insights from the Nucleation In ForesTs (NIFTy) experiment, Pryor, S. C., Barthelmie, R. J., Sřrensen, L. L., McGrath, J. G., Hopke, P., Petäjä, T., Atmos. Chem. Phys. 11: 1641–1657 (2011).

457.     Heterogeneity of Coarse Particles in an Urban Area, U.R.K. Lagudu, S. Raja, P.K. Hopke, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, G. Casuccio, T.L. Lersch, R.R. West, Environ. Sci. Technol. 45: 3288–3296 (2011).

458.     Characterization of ambient black carbon and wood burning particles in two urban areas, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, O.V. Rattigan, Y. Zhu, J. Environ. Monitoring 13:1919-1936. (2011).

459.     Mercury (Hg) emissions from domestic biomass combustion for space heating, J. Huang, P.K. Hopke, H.D. Choi, J.R. Laing, H. Cui, T.J. Zananski, S. R. Chandrasekaran, O.V. Rattigan, T.M. Holsen, Chemosphere 84: 1694-1699 (2011).

460.     Effect of the shutdown of a coal-fired power plant on urban ultrafine particles and other pollutants, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 45: 1245-1249 (2011).

461.     Mercury temporal trends in top predator fish of the Laurentian Great Lakes, T.J. Zananski, T.M. Holsen, P.K. Hopke, B.S. Crimmins, Ecotoxicology 20:1568–1576 (2011).

462.     Urban-scale spatial-temporal variability of black carbon and winter residential wood combustion particles, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, M.J. Utell, Aerosol & Air Quality Research 11: 473–481 (2011).

463.     Characterization of residential wood combustion particles using the two-wavelength aethalometer, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, O.V. Rattigan, X. Xia, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, Environ. Sci. Technol. 45: 7387–7393 (2011).

464.     Emission Characterization and Efficiency Measurements of High Efficiency Wood Boilers, S.R. Chandrasekaran, J. Laing, T.M. Holsen, S. Raja, P.K. Hopke, Energy and Fuels 25, 5015–5021 (2011).

465.     Sources of Carbonaceous Materials in the Airborne Particulate Matter of Dhaka, B.A. Begum, A. Hossain, G. Saroar, S.K. Biswas, Md. Nasiruddin, N. Nahar, Z. Chowdhury, P.K. Hopke, Asian J. Atmospheric Environment 5: 237-246 (2011).

466.     Concentration of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in mainstream and sidestream cigarette smoke, J. Zhao, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 46:191–197 (2012).

467.     Characterization and Heterogeneity of Coarse Particles across an Urban Area, P. Kumar, P.K. Hopke, S. Raja, G. Casuccio, T.L. Lersch, R.R. West, Atmospheric Environ. 46: 339-359 (2012).

468.     Source Identification of Carbonaceous Aerosols During Winter Months in the Dhaka City, B.A. Begum, K. Roy, F. Islam, A. Salam, P.K. Hopke, Journal of Bangladesh Academy of Sciences, 36: 241-250 (2012).

469.     Source Identification of Carbonaceous Aerosols during Winter Months in the Dhaka City, B. A. Begum, K. Roy, F. Islam, A. Salam, P. K. Hopke, Bangladesh J. Phys 36: 241-250.

470.     Transport and Deposition of Ellipsoidal Fibers in Low Reynolds Number Flows, L. Tian, G. Ahmadi, Z. Wang, P.K. Hopke, J. Aerosol Sci. 45: 1-18 (2012).

471.     Source Apportionment of the Ambient PM2.5 across St. Louis using Constrained Positive Matrix Factorization, F. Amato, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 46: 320-337 (2012).

472.     Development of a realistic human airway model, F. Lizal, J. Elcner, P.K. Hopke, J, Jedelsky, M. Jicha, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H, Journal of Engineering in Medicine 226: 197–207 (2012).

473.     Air pollution and health: bridging the gap from sources to health outcomes: conference summary, P.A. Solomon, M. Costantini, T.J. Grahame, M.E. Gerlofs-Nijland, F.R. Cassee, A.G. Russell, J.R. Brook, P.K. Hopke, G. Hidy, R.F. Phalen, P. Saldiva, S.E. Sarnat, J.R. Balmes, I.B. Tager, H. Özkaynak, S. Vedal, S.S.G. Wierman, D.L. Costa, Air Quality, Atmosphere, and Health 5: 9–62 (2012).

474.     Toxaphene Trends in Great Lakes Fish, X. Xia, P.K. Hopke, B.S. Crimmins, J.J. Pagano, M.S. Milligan, T.M. Holsen, J. Great Lakes Research 38: 31–38 (2012).

475.     Exploring the variation between EC and BC in a variety of locations, G.O. Salako, P.K. Hopke, D.D. Cohen, B.A. Begum, S.K. Biswas, G.G. Pandit, Y.-S. Chung, S. Abd Rahman, M.S. Hamzah, P. Davy, A. Markwitz, D. Shagjjamba, S. Lodoysamba, W. Wimolwattanapun, S. Bunprapob, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 12: 1-7 (2012).

476.     The impact of deliquescence and pH on Cr speciation in ambient PM samples, M.A. Torkmahalleh, L. Lin, T.M. Holsen, D.H. Rasmussen, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 46: 690–696 (2012).

477.     Air quality study of Islamabad: preliminary results, N. Siddique, S. Wadeed, M. Daud, A. Markwitz, P.K. Hopke, J. Radioanalytical & Nuclear Chem. 293: 351–358 (2012).

478.     Urban-Scale Seasonal and Spatial Variability of Ultrafine Particle Number Concentrations, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, M.J. Utell, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 223: 2223–2235 (2012).

479.     Multiple year black carbon measurements and source apportionment using Delta-C in Rochester, NY, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, O.V. Rattigan, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 62: 880-887 (2012).

480.     Quantification of Indoor Air Pollution from Using Cookstoves and Estimating Its Health Effects in Adult Women in Northwest Bangladesh, Z. Chowdhury, L. Thi Le, A. Al Masud, K.C. Chang, M. Alauddin, M. Hossain, A.B.M. Zakaria, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 12: 463–475 (2012).

481.     Quantitative Analysis of Unique Deposition Pattern of Submicron Fe3O4 Particles using Computer Controlled Scanning Electron Microscopy, P.A. Jaques, P.K. Hopke, P. Gao, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 46: 905–912 (2012).

482.     Source apportionment of airborne particulate matter using inorganic and organic species as tracers, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, X. Xia, O. Rattigan, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, Atmospheric Environ. 55: 525-532 (2012).

483.     Impact of Percentile Computation Method on PM 24-hour Air Quality Standards, G.O. Salako, P.K. Hopke, J. Environ. Management 107: 110-113 (2012).

484.     Chemical nature and molecular weight distribution of the water-soluble fine and ultrafine PM fractions collected in a rural environment, J. Pavlovic, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 59: 264-271 (2012).

485.     Ambient Particles Alter Cardiac Responses in Patients Undergoing Cardiac Rehabilitation, D.Q. Rich, W. Zareba, W. Beckett, P.K. Hopke, D. Oakes, M.W. Frampton, J. Bisognano, D. Chalupa, J. Bausch, K. O’Shea, Y. Wang, M.J. Utell, Environmental Health Perspectives 120: 1162-1169 (2012).   PMC3440073.

486.     Characterization of Fine Particulate Sources at Ashaiman in Greater Accra, Ghana, F. Ofosu, P.K. Hopke, I.J.K. Aboh, S.A. Bamford, Atmospheric Pollution Research 3: 301-310 (2012).

487.     Chemical Composition of Wood Chips and Wood Pellets, S.R. Chandrasekaran, P.K. Hopke, L. Rector, G. Allen, L. Lin, Energy and Fuel 26: 4932−4937 (2012).

488.     Source Apportionment of Ultrafine and Fine Particle Concentrations in Brisbane, Australia, A.J. Friend, G.A. Ayoko, R. Jayaratne, M. Jamriska, P.K. Hopke, L. Morawska, Environmental Science and Pollution Research 19: 2942–2950 (2012).

489.     Seasonal Characteristics of Water-Soluble Dicarboxylates Associated with PM10 in the Urban Atmosphere of Durg City, India, D.K. Deshmukh, M.K. Deb, P.K. Hopke, Y.I. Tsai, Aerosol, Air Quality Research 12: 683–696 (2012)..

490.     Temporal Variations and Sources of Eastern Mediterranean Aerosols Based on a 9-Year Observation Atmospheric Environment, F. Ozturk, A. Zararsız, V.A. Dutkiewicz, L. Husain, P.K. Hopke, G. Tuncel, Atmospheric Environ. 61: 463-475 (2012).

491.     Technical Details of the Equation Oriented System, F. Gan, P.K. Hopke, Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 118: 74–78 (2012).

492.     Kinetics of Switch Grass Pellets Thermal Decomposition under Inert and Oxidizing Atmosphere, S.R. Chandrasekaran, P.K. Hopke, Bioresource Technology 125: 52–58 (2012).

493.     Comparison of the Effects of E-cigarette Vapor and Cigarette Smoke on Indoor Air Quality, T.R. McAuley, P.K. Hopke, J. Zhao, S. Babaian, Inhalation Toxicology 24: 850–857 (2012).

494.     Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs): Turning the corner in Great Lakes trout 1980 - 2009, B. Crimmins, J. Pagano, X. Xia, P.K. Hopke, M. Milligan, T. Holsen, Environ. Sci. Technol. 46: 9890−9897 (2012).

495.     Temporal Trends of Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Organochlorine Pesticides in Great Lakes Fish, 1999-2009, F.-C. Chang, J.J. Pagano, B.S. Crimmins, M.S. Milligan, X. Xia, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, Science of the Total Environment 439: 284-290 (2012).

496.     Effects of Outdoor Air Pollutants on Platelet Activation in People with Type 2 Diabetes, M.W. Frampton, J. Bausch, D. Chalupa, P.K. Hopke, E.L. Little, D. Oakes, J.C. Stewart, M.J. Utell, Inhalation Toxicology 24, 831-838 (2012).

497.     Organic and black carbon in PM2.5 at an urban site at Dhaka, Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, A. Hossain, N. Nahar, A. Markwitz, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Air and Quality Research 12: 1062–1072 (2012).

498.     PM2.5 and Ultrafine Particles Emitted During Heating of Commercial Cooking Oils, M. Amouei Torkmahalleh, I. Goldasteh, Y. Zhao, N.M. Udochu, A. Rossner, P.K. Hopke, A.R. Ferro, Indoor Air 22: 483–491 (2012).

499.     A New Indicator of Fireworks Emissions in Rochester, NY, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, O.V. Rattigan, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 184: 7293-7297 (2012).

500.     Modeling multi-scale aerosol dynamics and micro-environmental air quality near a large highway intersection using the CTAG model, Y.J. Wang, M.T. Nguyen, J.T. Steffens, Z. Tong, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, K.M. Zhang, Science of the Total Environment 443: 375-386 (2013).

501.     Air Pollution by Fine Particulate Matter in Bangladesh, B.A Begum, P.K. Hopke, A. Markwitz, Atmospheric Pollution Research 4: 75-86 (2013).

502.     Critical review and meta-analysis of ambient particulate matter source apportionment using receptor models in Europe, C.A. Belis, F. Karagulian, B.R. Larsen, and P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 69 94-108 (2013).

503.     Distribution of Nanoparticles near a Major U.S. and Canada Trade Bridge: Comparison of Simulations with Field Data. K. Nazridoust, G. Ahmadi, C. Liu, A.R. Ferro, T.R. McAuley, P.A. Jaques, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 13: 3–12 (2013).

504.     Bounding the role of black carbon in the climate system: A scientific assessment, T.C. Bond, S.J. Doherty, D.W. Fahey, P.M. Forster, T. Berntsen, B. J. DeAngelo, M. G. Flanner, S. Ghan, B. Kärcher, D. Koch, S. Kinne, Y. Kondo, P.K. Quinn, M.C. Sarofim, M.G. Schultz, M. Schulz, C. Venkataraman, H. Zhang, S. Zhang, N. Bellouin, S. K. Guttikunda, P.K. Hopke, M.Z. Jacobson, J.W. Kaiser, Z. Klimont, U. Lohmann, J. P. Schwarz, D. Shindell, T. Storelvmo, S.G. Warren, C. S. Zender, J. Geophys. Res. Atmospheres 118, 1–173, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50171. (2013)

505.     Assessment of exposure to outdoor BTEX concentrations on the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe reservation at Akwesasne New York State, S. Kalenge, R. Labouf, P.K. Hopke, A. Rossner, A. Benedict-Dunn, Air Quality, Atmosphere, and Health 6: 181–193 (2013).

506.     U.S. EPA Particulate Matter Research Centers: Summary of Research Results for 2005–2011. Breysse, P.N., R.J. Delfino, F. Dominici, A.C P. Elder, M.W. Frampton, J.R. Froines, A.S. Geyh, J.J. Godleski, D.R. Gold, P.K. Hopke, P. Koutrakis, N. Li, G. Oberdörster, K.E. Pinkerton, J.M. Samet, M.J. Utell, A.S. Wexler. Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health 6: 333-355 (2013)

507.     Effect of the shutdown of a large coal-fired power plant on ambient mercury species, Y. Wang, J. Huang, P.K. Hopke, O.V. Rattigan, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, T.M. Holsen, Chemosphere 92: 360–367 (2013)

508.     Cr Speciation Changes in the presence of Ozone and Reactive Oxygen Species at Low Relative Humidity, M.A. Torkmahalleh, L. Lin, T.M. Holsen, D.H. Rasmussen, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 71: 92-94 (2013).

509.     TEM study of geogas-transported nanoparticles from the Fankou lead–zinc deposit, Guangdong Province, South China, X. Wei, J. Cao, R.F. Holub, P.K. Hopke, S. Zhao, Journal of Geochemical Exploration 128: 124–135 (2013)

510.     Evaluation of a modified receptor model for solving multiple time resolution equations: a simulation study, H.-T. Liao, C.-P. Kuo, P.K. Hopke, C.-F. Wu, Aerosol & Air Quality Research 13: 1253–1262 (2013).

511.     Atmospheric Black Carbon in PM2.5 in Indonesian Cities, M. Santoso, D.D. Lestiani, P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 63: 1022-1025 (2013).

512.     Characterization and source identification of airborne particulate loadings at receptor site-classes of Lagos Mega-City, Nigeria, O.K. Owoade, O.G. Fawole, F.S. Olise , L,T. Ogundele , H.B. Olaniyi , M.S. Almeida , M.-D. Ho, P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 63: 1026-1035 (2013).

513.     Biomass Burning Contribution to Ambient Air Particulate Levels at Navrongo in the Savannah Zone of Ghana, F. Ofosu, P.K. Hopke, I.J.K. Aboh, S.A. Bamford, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 63: 1036-1045 (2013).

514.     Identification of Haze Creating Sources from Fine Particulate Matter in Dhaka Aerosol Using Carbon Fractions, B.A. Begum, P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 63: 1046-1057 (2013).

515.     Additive impacts on particle emissions from heating low emitting cooking oils, M. Amouei Torkmahalleh, Y. Zhao, P.K. Hopke, A. Rossner, A.R. Ferro, Atmospheric Environ. 74: 194-198 (2013).

516.     PM10 source apportionment along a highway in a Swiss Alpine valley, R.E. Ducret-Stich, M.-Y. Tsai, D. Thimmaiah, N. Künzli, P.K. Hopke, H.C. Phuleria, Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20: 6496–6508 (2013).

517.     Inter-conversion of Chromium Species during Air Sampling: Effects of O3, NO2, SO2, Particle Matrices, Temperature and Humidity, L. Huang, Z. Fan, C.-H. Yu, P.K. Hopke, P. Lioy, B. Buckley, L. Lin, Y. Ma. Environ. Sci. Technology 47: 4408−4415 (2013).

518.     Source Apportionment of Time and Size Resolved Ambient Particulate Matter, N. Li, P.K. Hopke, P. Kumar, S.S, Cliff, Y. Zhao, C. Navasca, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst. 129: 15–20 (2013).

519.     Long term black carbon measurements at two urban locations in New York, O.V. Rattigan, K. Civerolo, P. Doraiswamy, H. D. Felton, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 13: 1181–1196 (2013).

520.     Improved Atmospheric Sampling of Hexavalent Chromium, M.A. Torkmahalleh, C.-H. Yu, L. Lin, Z. Fan, J.L. Swift, L. Bonanno, D.H. Rasmussen, T.M. Holsen, P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 63: 1313-1323 (2013).

521.     PM1-10 source apportionment in a village situated in industrial region of Central Europe, P. Pokorná, J. Hovorka, P.K. Hopke, J. Kroužek, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 63: 1412-1421 (2013).

522.     Residential Scale Biomass Boilers Emissions and Efficiency Characterization for Several Fuels, S.R. Chandrasekaran, P.K. Hopke, M. Newtown, A. Hurlbut, Energy & Fuels 27: 4840−4849 (2013).

523.     Characterization of Emissions from Grass Pellet Combustion, S.R. Chandrasekaran, P.K. Hopke, M. Newtown, A. Hurlbut, Energy & Fuels 27: 5298−5306 (2013).

524.     A ten-year source apportionment study of ambient fine particulate matter in San Jose, California, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Pollution Research 4: 398–404 ( 2013).

525.     Advanced Receptor Modeling of Near-Real-Time, Ambient PM2.5 and Its Associated Components Collected at an Urban-industrial Site in Toronto, Ontario, U.M. Sofowote, A.K. Rastogi, J. Debosz, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Pollution Research 5: 13-23 (2013).

526.     Long-term Trends of Particulate Sulfur, Sources, and Relationship with Sea Surface Temperature in the Finnish Arctic, J.R. Laing, P.K. Hopke, E.F. Hopke, L. Husain, V.A. Dutkiewicz, J. Paatero, Y. Viisanen, J. Geophys. Res. 118: 11,770 – 11,776 (2013)

527.     Investigations of transported and local emissions on particle compositions in Korea, M.G. Cayetano, P.K. Hopke, K.H. Lee, J. Jung, T. Batmunkh, K. Lee, Y.J. Kim, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 14: 793–805 (2014).

528.     A Targeted/Non-Targeted Screening Method for Perfluoroalkyl Carboxylic Acids and Sulfonates in Whole Fish using Quadrupole Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry and MSe, B.S. Crimmins, X. Xia, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 406: 1471– 1480 (2014).

529.     Increased ultrafine particles and carbon monoxide concentrations are associated with asthma exacerbation among urban children, K.A. Evans, J.S. Halterman, P.K. Hopke, M. Fagnano, D.Q. Rich, Environ. Res. 129: 11-19 (2014).

530.     Ambient fine particulate air pollution triggers ST-elevation myocardial infarction, but not non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction: a case-crossover study, B. Gardner, F. Ling, P.K. Hopke, M.W. Frampton, M.J. Utell, W. Zareba, S.J Cameron, D. Chalupa, C. Kane, S. Kulandhaisamy, M.C. Topf, D.Q. Rich, Particle and Fibre Toxicology 11:1 doi:10.1186/1743-8977-11-1 (2014).

531.     Long-term particle measurements in Finnish Arctic: Part I - Chemical Composition and Trace Metal Solubility J.R. Laing, P.K. Hopke, E.F. Hopke, L. Husain, V.A. Dutkiewicz, J. Paatero, Y. Viisanen, Atmospheric Environ. 88: 275-284 (2014).

532.     Long-term particle measurements in Finnish Arctic: Part II - Trend analysis and source location identification, J.R. Laing, P.K. Hopke, E.F. Hopke, L. Husain, V.A. Dutkiewicz, J. Paatero, Y. Viisanen, Atmospheric Environ. 88: 285-296 (2014).

533.     Assessment of source specific health effects associated with an unknown number of major sources of multiple air pollutants: A unified Bayesian approach, E.S. Park, P.K. Hopke, M.S. Oh, E. Symanski, D. Han, C.H. Spiegelman, Biostatistics 15: 484-497 (2014).

534.     Acute Changes in Ambient Temperature Are Associated with Adverse Changes in Cardiac Rhythm, E.B. Wasserman, W. Zareba, M.J. Utell, D. Oakes, P.K. Hopke, M. Frampton, D. Chalupa, W. Beckett, D.Q. Rich, Air Quality, Atmosphere, and Health 7: 357–367 (2014).

535.     Measurement of Soluble and Total Hexavalent Chromium in the Ambient Airborne Particles in New Jersey, L. Huang, C.-H. Yu, P.K. Hopke, P. Lioy, B. Buckley, J.Y. Shin, X. Fan, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 14: 1939-1949 (2014).

536.     A Chamber Study of Secondary Organic Aerosol Formed by Ozonolysis of α-pinene in the Presence of Nitric Oxide, Y. Liu, P.K. Hopke, J. Atmospheric Chem. 71: 21–32 (2014).

537.     Forty-seven Years of Weekly Atmospheric Black Carbon Measurements in the Finnish Arctic: Decrease in Black Carbon with Declining Emissions, V.A. Dutkiewicz, A.M. DeJulio, T. Ahmed, J. Laing, P.K. Hopke, R.B. Skeie, Y. Viisanen J. Paatero, L. Husain, J. Geophys. Res.- Atmos 119, 7667–7683 (2014).

538.     Is Alaska truly the great escape from air pollution? – Long term source apportionment of fine particulate matter in Fairbanks, Alaska, Y. Wang, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 14: 1875-1882 (2014).

539.     Particle Nucleation in a Forested Environment, P.D. Nallathamby, P.K. Hopke, A. Rossner, S. Dhaniyala, P. Marzocca, T. Petäjä, R.J. Barthelmie, S.C. Pryor, Atmospheric Pollution Research 5: 805-810 (2014).

540.     Comparison of PoraPak Rxn RP and XAD-2 adsorbents for monitoring dissolved hydrophobic organic contaminants, M. Omara, T.M. Holsen, X. Xia, J.J. Pagano, B.S. Crimmins, P.K. Hopke, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 186:7565–7577 (2014).

541.     Identification and Apportionment of Sources from Air Particulate Matter at Urban Environments in Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, M. Nasiruddin, S. Randal, B. Sivertsen, P.K. Hopke, British Journal of Applied Science and Technology 4: 3930-3955 (2014).

542.     Trivalent Chromium Solubility and its Influence on Quantification of Hexavalent Chromium in Ambient Particulate Matter using USEPA 6800 Method, L. Huang, C.H. Yu, P.K. Hopke, J.Y. Shin, Z. Fan, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 64: 1439-1445 (2014).

543.     Characterization of PM Using Multiple Site Data in a Heavily Industrialized Region of Turkey, M. Kara, P.K. Hopke, Y. Dumanoglu, H. Altiok, T. Elbir, M. Odabasi, A. Bayram, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 15: 11–27 (2015).

544.     Chemical compositions and source identification of particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM 2.5-10) from a Scrap Iron and Steel Smelting Industry along the Ife-Ibadan Highway, Nigeria, K.O. Owoade, P.K. Hopke, F.S. Olise, L.T. Ogundele, O.G. Fawole, B.H. Olaniyi, O.O. Jegede, M.A. Ayoola, M.I. Bashiru, Atmospheric Pollution Research 6: 107-199 (2015).

545.     Source apportionment of size resolved particulate matter at a European air pollution hot spot, P. Pokorná, J. Hovorka, M. Klán, P.K. Hopke, Science of the Total Environment 502: 172–183 (2015).

546.     Positive Matrix Factorization of 47 years of particle measurements in Finnish Arctic, J.R. Laing, P.K. Hopke, E.F. Hopke, L. Husain, V.A. Dutkiewicz, J. Paatero, Y. Viisanen, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 15: 188-207 (2015).

547.     Study of carbon-bearing particles in ascending geogas flows in the Dongshengmiao polymetallic pyrite deposit, Inner Mongolia, China, G. Hu, J. Cao, P.K. Hopke, R.F. Holub, Resource Geology 65: 13–26 (2015).

548.     Application of positive matrix factorization to sources apportionment of surface water quality of the Daliao River Basin, Northeast China, H. Li, P.K. Hopke, X. Liu, X. Du, F. Li, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 187: 80-92 (2015).

549.     The Mystery “Well”: A Natural Cloud Chamber? J. Hovorka, R.F. Holub, V. Zdimal, J. Bendl, P.K. Hopke, J. Aerosol Sci. 81: 70-74 (2015).

550.     Exposures to Carbon Monoxide from Off Gassing of Bulk Stored Wood Pellets, L. Soto-Garcia, X. Huang, D. Thimmaiah, A. Rossner, P.K. Hopke, Energy & Fuels 29: 218−226 (2015).

551.     Mercury Biomagnification and Contemporary Food Web Dynamics in Lakes Superior and Huron. M. Omara, B.S. Crimmins, B.C. Back, P.K. Hopke, F.C. Chang, T.M. Holsen, J. Great Lakes Research 41: 473–483 (2015).

552.     Study of the carbonaceous aerosol and a morphological analysis of fine particles and their mixing state in Delhi, India: A case study, S. Tiwari, A. S. Pipal, P.K. Hopke, D. S. Bisht, A.K. Srivastava, S. Tiwari, P.N. Saxena, A.H Khan, Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22: 10744-10757 (2015).

553.     Constraining the Factor Analytical Solutions Obtained from Multiple-Year Receptor Modeling of Ambient PM2.5 Data from Five Speciation Sites in Ontario, Canada, U.M. Sofowote, Y. Su, E. Dabek-Zlotorzynska, A.K. Rastogi, J. Brook, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 108: 151-157 (2015).

554.     Sources and Temporal Variations of Constrained PMF Factors Obtained from Multiple-Year Receptor Modeling of Ambient PM2.5 Data from Five Speciation Sites in Ontario, Canada, U.M. Sofowote, Y. Su, E. Dabek-Zlotorzynska, A.K. Rastogi, J. Brook, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 108: 140-150 (2015).

555.     Wood combustion, a dominant source of winter aerosol in residential district in proximity to a large automobile factory in Central Europe, J. Hovorka, P. Pokorná, P.K. Hopke, K. Křůmal, P. Mikuška, M. Píšová, Atmospheric Environ. 113: 98- 107 (2015).

556.     Measurement and Modeling of Carbon Monoxide Emission Rates from Multiple Wood Pellet Types, L. Soto-Garcia, X. Huang, D. Thimmaiah, Z. Denton, A. Rossner, P.K. Hopke, Energy & Fuels 29: 3715−3724 (2015).

557.     Source and Risk Apportionment of Selected VOCs and PM2.5 Species using Partially Constrained Receptor Models with Multiple Time Resolution Data, H.-T. Liao, C.C.-K. Chou, J.C. Chow, J.G. Watson, P.K. Hopke, C.-F. Wu, Environmental Pollution 205: 121-130 (2015).

558.     Determinants on Ambient PM2.5 Infiltration in Non-Heating Season for Urban Residences in Beijing: Building Characteristics, Interior Surface Coverings and Human Behavior, L. Huang, P.K. Hopke, W. Zhao, M. Li, Atmospheric Pollution Research 6: 1046-1054 (2015)

559.     Factors Affecting Pollutant Concentrations in the Near-Road Environment, N. Baldwin, O. Gilani, S. Raja, S. Batterman, R. Ganguly, P.K. Hopke, V. Berrocal, T. Robins, S. Hoogterp, Atmospheric Environ. 115: 223-235 (2015).

560.     Triggering of Myocardial Infarction by Increased Ambient Fine Particle Concentration: Effect Modification by Source Direction, P.K. Hopke, C. Kane, M.J. Utell, D.C. Chalupa, P. Kumar, F. Ling, B. Gardner, D.Q. Rich, Environmental Research 142: 374–379 (2015). PMCID: PMC4609260.

561.     Intra-urban variability of particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM10) and its relationship with optical properties of aerosols over Delhi, India, S. Tiwari, P.K. Hopke, A.S. Pipal, A.K. Srivastava, D.S. Bisht, Shani Tiwari, A.K. Singh, V.K. Soni, S.D. Attri, Atmospheric Research 166: 223–232 (2015).

562.     Spatial and temporal variations of the particulate size distribution and chemical composition over Ibadan, Nigeria, G.O. Akinlade, H.B. Olaniyi, F.S. Olise, O.K. Owoade, S.M. Almeida, M. Almeida-Silva, P.K. Hopke, Environ. Monit. Assess. 187: 544 (2015).

563.     A New Methodology to Assess the Performance and Uncertainty of Source Apportionment Models in Intercomparison Exercises, C.A. Belis, D. Pernigotti, F. Karagulian, G. Pirovano, B.R. Larsen, M. Gerboles, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 119: 35-44 (2015).

564.     A New Methodology to Assess the Performance and Uncertainty of Source Apportionment Models II: The Results of Two European Intercomparison Exercises, Belis, C.A. Karagulian, F., Amato, F., Almeida, M., Artaxo, P., Beddows, D.C.S., Bernardoni, V., Bove, M.C., Carbone, S., Cesari, D., Contini, D., Cuccia, E., Diapouli, E., Eleftheriadis, K., Favez, O., El Haddad, I., Harrison, R.M., Hellebust, S., Hovorka, J., Jang, E., Jorquera, H., Kammermeier, T., Karl, M., Lucarelli, F., Mooibroek, D., Nava, S., Nřjgaard, J.I.K., Paatero, P., Pandolfi, M., Perrone, M.G., Petit, J.E., Pietrodangelo, A., Pokorná, P., Prati, P., Prevot, A.S.H., Quass, U., Querol, X., Saraga, D., Sciare, J., Sfetsos, A., Valli, G., Vecchi, R., Vestenius, M., Yubero. E., Hopke, P.K., Atmospheric Environ. 123: 240-250 (2015).

565.     Characteristics and geological significance of fracture formation particles from the Dongshengmiao polymetallic pyrite deposit, Inner Mongolia, China, G. Hu, J.J. Cao, P.-X. Lai, P.K. Hopke, R.F. Holub, J.-N. Zeng, Z.H. Wang, Z.Q. Wu, Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis 15: 373-381 (2015).

566.     Seasonal inhomogeneity of soot particle over central Indo-Gangetic Plains, India: Influence of meteorology, B.P. Singh, S. Tiwari, P.K Hopke, R.S. Singh, D.S. Bisht, A.K. Srivastava, R. K. Singh, A. K. Singh, B. N. Rai, M. K. Srivastava, Journal of Meteorological Research 29: 935-949 (2015).

567.     VOCs Emissions from Multiple Wood Pellet Types and Concentrations in Indoor Air, L. Soto-Garcia, W.J. Ashley, S. Bregg, D. Walier, R. LeBouf, P.K. Hopke, A. Rossner, Energy & Fuels 29: 6485−6493 (2015).

568.     Modeling particulate matter concentrations measured through mobile monitoring in a deletion/substitution/addition approach, J.G. Su, P.K. Hopke, Y. Tian, N. Baldwin, S.W. Thurston, K. Evans, D.Q. Rich, Atmos. Environ. 122: 477-483 (2015).

569.     Chemometrics Applied to Environmental Systems, P.K. Hopke, Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 149: 205–214 (2015).

570.     The discovery of the metallic particles of groundwater, from the Dongshengmiao polymetallic deposit, Inner Mongolia, and their prospecting significance, Y. Li, J. Cao, P.K. Hopke, R.F. Holub, T. Jiang, J. Geochemical Exploration 161: 49–61 (2016).

571.     Ambient Air Pollution Exposure Estimation for the Global Burden of Disease 2013, M. Brauer, G. Freedman, J. Frostad, A. van Donkelaar, R.V. Martin, F. Dentenerd, R. van Dingenen, K. Estep, H. Amini, J.S. Apte, K. Balakrishnan, L. Barregard, D. Broday, V. Feigin, S. Ghosh, P.K. Hopke, L.D. Knibbs, Y. Kokubo, Y. Liu, S. Ma, L. Morawska, J.L. Texcalac Sangrador, G. Shaddick, H.R. Anderson, T. Vos, M.H Forouzanfar, R.T. Burnett, A. Cohen, Environ. Sci. Technol. 50, 79- 88 (2016).

572.     Variability in optical properties of atmospheric aerosols and their frequency distribution over a mega city "New Delhi", India, S. Tiwari, Suresh Tiwari, P. K. Hopke, S. D. Attri, V. K. Soni, A. K. Singh, Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23: 8781–8793 (2016).

573.     An estimation of long range transport of fine particulate matter entering Bangladesh, B.A. Begum, P.K. Hopke, A. Markwitz, International Journal of Integrated Science & Technology 2: 1-6 (2016).

574.     Nature and sources of ionic species in precipitation across the Indo-Gangetic Plains, India, S. Tiwari, P.K. Hopke, D. Thimmaiah, U.C. Dumka, A.K. Srivastava, D.S. Bisht, P.S.P. Rao, D.M. Chate, M.K. Srivastava, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 16: 943–957 (2016).

575.     A Review of Receptor Modeling Methods for Source Apportionment, P.K. Hopke, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 66: 237-259 (2016).

576.     Application of image analysis method to detection and counting of glass fibers from filter samples, M. Belka, F. Lizal, J. Jedelsky, P. Starha, H. Druckmullerova, P.K. Hopke, M. Jicha, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 50: 353-362 (2016).

577.     Increases in ambient particulate matter air pollution, acute changes in platelet function, and effect modification by aspirin and omega-3 fatty acids: a panel study, A.Z. Becerra, S. Georas, J.T. Brenna, P.K. Hopke, C. Kane, D. Chalupa, M.W. Frampton, R. Block, D.Q. Rich, Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A: Current Issues 79: 287-298 (2016).

578.     Combustion of Switchgrass in Biomass Home Heating Systems – Emissions and Ash Behavior, S.R. Chandrasekaran, B. Sharma, P.K. Hopke, N. Rajagopalan, Energy & Fuels (2016).

579.     Source apportionment of fine and coarse particulate matter in industrial areas of Kaduna, Northern Nigeria, S.A. Orogade, K.O. Owoade, P.K. Hopke, D.B. Adie, A. Ismail, C.A. Okuofu, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 16: 1179-1190 (2016).

580.     Elemental composition and source identification of very fine aerosol particles in a European air pollution hot-spot, P. Pokorna, J. Hovorka, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Pollution Research 7: 671-679 (2016).

581.     On the source contribution to Beijing PM2.5 concentrations, N. Zíková, Y. Wang, F. Yang, X. Li, M. Tian, P.K. Hopke, Atmos. Environ. 134: 84-95 (2016).

582.     Atmospheric heating due to black carbon aerosols over Ballia: A rural environment over Indo Gangetic Plain, S. Tiwari, U.C. Dumka, A.K. Srivastava, D.S. Bisht, P.K. Hopke, R.K. Chakrabarty, Atmos. Res. 178–179: 393-400 (2016).

583.     Introduction to Department of Defense Research on Burn Pits, Biomarkers and Health Outcomes Related to Deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan, T.M. Mallon, P. Rohrbeck, K.M. Haynes, M.J. Utell, D. Jones, R. Phipps, P.K. Hopke, C. Woeller, H. Pollack, C. Dalgard, D. Walker, C.P. Baird, J.C. Gaylos, J. Occup. Environ. Med. 58 (8S): S3-S11 (2016).

584.     Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins/Dibenzofurans in Microliter Samples of Human Serum as Exposure Indicators, X. Xia, A. Carroll-Haddad, N. Brown, M.J. Utell, T. Mallon, P.K. Hopke, J. Occup. Environ. Med. 58 (8S): S72-S79 (2016).

585.     Airborne Dioxins, Furans and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Exposure to Military Personnel in Iraq, M. Masiol, T. Mallon, K.M. Haines, Jr., M.J. Utell, P.K. Hopke, J. Occup. Environ. Med. 58 (8S): S22-S30 (2016).

586.     Source Apportionment of Airborne Dioxins, Furans and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons at A U.S. Forward Operating Air Base During the Iraq War, M. Masiol, T. Mallon, K.M. Haines, Jr., M.J. Utell, P.K. Hopke, J. Occup. Environ. Med. 58 (8S): S31-37 (2016).

587.     Detection of serum microRNAs from Department of Defense Serum Repository: correlation with cotinine, cytokine and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon levels, C.F. Woeller, T. Thatcher, D. Van Twisk, J. Thakar, A. Croadsdell, N. Kim, P.K. Hopke, X. Xia, T.M. Mallon, M.J. Utell, R.P. Phipps, J. Occup. Environ. Med. 58 (8S): S62-S71 (2016).

588.     Pilot Metabolome-Wide Association Study of Benzo(a)pyrene in Serum from Military Personnel, D.I. Walker, K.D. Pennell, K. Uppal, X. Xia, P. K. Hopke, M. J. Utell, R. P. Phipps P. J. Sime, P. Rohrbeck, T. M. Mallon, D. P. Jones, J. Occup. Environ. Med. 58 (8S): S44-S52 (2016).

589.     MicroRNAs as Novel Biomarkers of Deployment Status and Exposure to Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins/Dibenzofurans, C.F. Woeller, T.H. Thatcher, D. Van Twisk, S.J. Pollock, A. Croadsdell, P.K. Hopke, X. Xia, J. Thakar, P.J. Sime, T.M. Mallon, M.J. Utell, R.P. Phipps, J. Occup. Environ. Med. 58 (8S): S89-S96 (2016).

590.     Deployment-Associated Exposure Surveillance with High-Resolution Metabolomics, D.I. Walker, T.M. Mallon, P.K. Hopke, K. Uppal, Y.-M. Go, P. Rohrbeck, K.D. Pennell, D.P. Jones, J. Occup. Environ. Med. 58 (8S): S12-S21 (2016).

591.     Spatial variability of concentrations of gaseous pollutants across the National Capital Region of Delhi, India, S. Tyagi, S. Tiwari, A. Mishra1, P.K. Hopke, S.D. Attri, A.K. Srivastava, D.S. Bisht, Atmospheric Pollution Research 7: 808–816 (2016).

592.     Does Total Antioxidant Capacity Modify Adverse Cardiac Responses Associated with Ambient Ultrafine, Accumulation Mode, and Fine Particles in Patients Undergoing Cardiac Rehabilitation? M. Wang, M.J. Utell, A. Schneider, W. Zareba, M.W Frampton, D. Oakes, P.K Hopke, J. Wiltshire, C. Kane, A. Peters, S. Breitner, D. Chalupa, D.Q. Rich, Environ. Res. 149: 15-22 (2016).

593.     Source Apportionment Analyses for Fine (PM2.5) and Coarse (PM2.5-10) Mode Particulate Matter (PM) Measured in an Urban Area in Southwestern Nigeria, K.O. Owoade, P.K. Hopke, F.S. Olise, O. O. Adewole, L.T. Ogundele, O. G. Fawole, Atmospheric Pollution Research 7: 843–857 (2016).

594.     Observations of ambient trace gas and PM10 concentrations at Patna, Central Ganga Basin during 2013-2014: The influence of meteorological variables on atmospheric pollutants, S. Tiwari, P. Tunved, P.K. Hopke, A.K. Srivastava, D.S. Bisht, A.K. Pandey, Atmospheric Research 180: 138-149 (2016).

595.     Mechanistic Pathway of Carbon Monoxide Off-Gassing from Wood Pellets. M. Rahman, P.K. Hopke, Energy & Fuels 30: 5809−5815 (2016).

596.     Sources of chemical species in rainwater during monsoon and non-monsoonal periods over two mega cities in India and dominant source region of secondary aerosols, P.S.P Rao, S Tiwari, J.L. Matwale, S. Pervez, P. Tunved, P.D. Safai, A.K. Srivastava, D.S. Bisht, P. K. Hopke, Atmos. Environ. 146: 90-99 (2016).

597.     Comprehensive Emerging Chemical Discovery: Novel Polyfluorinated Compounds in Lake Michigan Trout, F.B., Sadjad, B. Crimmins, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, Environ. Sci. Technol. 50: 9460−9468 (2016).

598.     Laboratory assessment of low-cost PM monitors, A. Manikonda, N. Zíková, P.K. Hopke, A. R. Ferro, J. Aerosol Sci. 102: 29-40 (2016).

599.     Tethered balloon-born and ground-based measurements of black carbon and particulate profiles within the lower troposphere during the foggy period in Delhi, India, D.S. Bisht, S. Tiwari, U.C. Dumka, A.K. Srivastava, P.D. Safai, S.D. Ghude, D.M. Chate, P.S.P. Rao, K. Ali, T. Prabhakaran, A.S. Panickar, V.K. Soni, S.D. Attri, P. Tunved. R.K. Chakrabarty. P.K. Hopke, Science of the Total Environment 573: 894-905 (2016).

600.     Source identification and apportionment of PM2.5 and PM2.5−10 in iron and steel scrap smelting factory environment using PMF, PCFA and UNMIX receptor models, L.T. Ogundele, O. K. Owoade, F. S. Olise, P. K. Hopke, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 188: 574 (2016).

601.     Analysis of major air pollutants and submicron particles in New York City and Long Island, M. Masiol, P.K. Hopke, H.D. Felton, B.P. Frank, O.V. Rattigan, M.J. Wurth, G.H. LaDuke, Atmospheric Environment 148: 203-214 (2017).

602.     Source Apportionment of PM2.5 Chemically Speciated Mass and Particle Number Concentrations in New York City, M. Masiol, P.K. Hopke, H.D. Felton, B.P. Frank, O.V. Rattigan, M.J. Wurth, G.H. LaDuke, Atmospheric Environment 148: 215-229 (2017).

603.     Analysis of Beta Attenuation Monitor Filter Rolls for Particulate Matter Speciation, S. Raja, S.R. Chandrasekaran, L. Lin, X. Xia, P.K. Hopke, K. T. Valsaraj, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 17: 14–23 (2017).

604.     A chamber study of secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formed by ozonolysis of d-limonene in the presence of NO, F. Chen, H. Zhou, J. Gao, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 17: 59–68 (2017).

605.     Microenvironmental Air Quality Impact of a Commercial-Scale Biomass Heating System, Z. Tong, B. Yang, P. K. Hopke, K.M. Zhang, Environ. Pollut. 220: 1112–1120 (2017).

606.     Cardiopulmonary mortality and COPD attributed to ambient ozone, Y. Omidi Khaniabadi, P.K. Hopke, G. Goudarzi, S.M. Daryanoosh, M. Jourvand, H. Basiri, Environ. Res 152: 336-341 (2017).

607.     A Controlled Study for the Characterization of PM2.5 Emitted during Grilling Ground Beef Meat, M. Amouei Torkmahalleh, S. Gorjinezhad, M. Keles, H.S. Unluevcek, C. Azgin, E. Cihan, B. Tanis, N. Soy, N. Ozaslan, F. Ozturk, P.K. Hopke, J. Aerosol Sci. 103: 132-140 (2017).

608.     Triggering of ST-elevation myocardial infarction by ambient wood smoke and other particulate and gaseous pollutants, K.A. Evans, P.K. Hopke, M.J. Utell, C. Kane, S.W. Thurston, F.S. Ling, D. Chalupa, D.Q. Rich, J. Exposure Sci. Environ. Epi. 27: 198-206 (2017).

609.     Urban air quality in a mid-size city-PM2.5 composition, sources and identification of impact areas: From local to long range contributions, S. Squizzato, M. Cazzaro , E. Innocente, F. Visin, P.K. Hopke, G. Rampazzo, Atmos. Res. 186: 51-62 (2017).

610.     Chemical characteristics of PM2.5 during a 2016 winter haze episode in Shijiazhuang, China, F. Chen, X. Zhang, X. Zhu, H. Zhang, J. Gao, P. K. Hopke, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 17: 368–380 (2017).

611.     Trajectory-based models and remote sensing for biomass burning assessment in Bangladesh, A. Ommi, F. Emami, N. Zíková, P.K. Hopke, B.A. Begum, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 17: 465–475 (2017).

612.     Identification of sources of fine particulate matter in Kandy, Sri Lanka, M.C.S. Seneviratne, H.M.N.L. Handagiripathira, S. Sanjeevani, R.K.D. Madusha, V.A. Waduge, T.N. Attanayake, H.E.M.D. Bandara, P. K. Hopke, Aerosol Air Qual. Res. 17: 476–484 (2017).

613.     Evaluation of new low-cost particle monitors for PM2.5 concentration measurements, N. Zíková, P.K. Hopke, A.R. Ferro, J. Aerosol Sci. 105: 24-34 (2017).

614.     Size segregated PM and its chemical composition emitted from heated corn oil, M. Amouei Torkmahalleh, S. Gorjinezhad, M. Keles, F. Ozturk, P.K. Hopke, Environ. Res. 154: 101–108 (2017).

615.     Atmospheric Mercury Temporal Trends in the Northeastern United States from 1992 to 2014: Are Measured Concentrations Responding to Decreasing Regional Emissions? H. Zhou, C. Zhou, M.M. Lynam, J.T. Dvonch, J.A. Barres, P.K. Hopke, M. Cohen, T.M. Holsen, Environ. Sci. Technol. Letters 4: 91−97 (2017).

616.     Characteristics of absorbing aerosols during winter foggy period over the National Capital Region of Delhi: Impact of planetary boundary layer dynamics and solar radiation flux, S. Tyagi, S. Tiwari, A. Mishra, S. Singh, P. K. Hopke, S. Singh, S.D. Attri, Atmos. Res. 188: 1–10 (2017).

617.     Effect of Adding Variables on Rotational Ambiguity in Positive Matrix Factorization Solutions. F. Emami. P. K. Hopke, Chemom. Intell. Lab Syst. 162: 198-202 (2017).

618.     Associations between Ambient Wood Smoke and Other Particulate Pollutants and Biomarkers of Systemic Inflammation, Coagulation and Thrombosis in Cardiac Patients, D. Croft, S.J. Cameron, C.N. Morrell, C.J. Lowenstein, F. Ling, W. Zareba, P.K Hopke, M.J Utell, S.W. Thurston, K. Thevenet-Morrison, K.A Evans, D. Chalupa, D.Q Rich, Environ. Res. 154: 352-361 (2017)

619.     Review of Factors Impacting Emissions/Concentrations of Cooking Generated Particulate Matter, S, Gorjinezhad, M. Amouei Torkmahalleh, P.K. Hopke, Sci. Total Environ. 586: 1046-1056 (2017).

620.     Multi-decadal trends in aerosol radiative forcing over the Arctic: contribution of changes in anthropogenic aerosol to Arctic warming since 1980, T.J. Breider, L.J. Mickley, D.J. Jacob, C. Ge, J. Wang, M.P. Sulprizio, B. Croft, D.A. Ridley, J.R. McConnell, S. Sharma, L. Husain, V.A. Dutkiewicz, K. Eleftheriadis, H. Skov, P.K. Hopke, J. Geophys. Res. 122: 3573–3594 (2017).

621.     Occupational Exposure of Aldehydes Resulting from the Storage of Wood Pellets, M.A. Rahman, A. Rossner, P.K. Hopke, J. Occup. Environ. Hygiene 14: 417-426 (2017).

622.     Impact of Middle Eastern Dust storms on human health, Y. Omidi Khaniabadi, S.M. Daryanoosh, A. Amrane, R. Polosa, P.K. Hopke, G. Goudarzi, M.J. Mohammadi, P. Sicard, H. Armin, Atmos. Pollut. Res. 8: 606-613 (2017).

623.     Quantifying Trace Elements in the Emitted Particulate Matter during Cooking and Health Risk Assessment, S, Gorjinezhad, A. Kerimray, M. Amouei Torkmahalleh, M. Keleş, F. Ozturk, P. K. Hopke, Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24: 9515–9529 (2017).

624.     Source apportionment of PM2.5 size distribution and composition data from multiple stationary sites using a mobile platform, H.-T. Liao, C.C.-K. Chou, S.-H. Huang, C.-J. Lu, C.-C. Chen, P.K. Hopke, C.-F. Wu, Atmos. Res. 190: 21-28 (2017).

625.     Health risk assessment of exposure to the Middle-Eastern Dust Storms in megacity of Kermanshah, Iran, Y. Omidi-Khaniabadi, S. Md. Daryanoosh, P.K. Hopke, H. Dehdari Rad, G. Goudarzi, F. Jahedi, S. Sadeghi, Md. J, Mohammadi, Public Health 148: 109-116 (2017).

626.     A cost-benefit analysis of a pellet boiler with electrostatic precipitator versus conventional biomass technology: A case study of an institutional boiler in Syracuse, New York, J. I. Levy, L. Biton, P.K. Hopke, K.M. Zhang, L. Rector. Environ. Res. 156: 312-319 (2017).

627.     Heavy Metals in Industrially Emitted Particulate Matter in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, L.T. Ogundele, O.K. Owoade, P.K. Hopke, F.S. Olise, Environ. Res. 156: 320-325 (2017).

628.     Evaluation of 2’,7’-dichlorodihydrofluorescein diacetate and dihydrorhodamine 123 for the detection of reactive oxygen species, J. Zhao, P.K. Hopke, ROS 4: 284-289 (2017).

629.     Acute myocardial infarction and COPD associated with atmospheric SO2, Y. Omidi Khaniabadi, G. Goudarzi, S. Md. Daryanoosh, P.K. Hopke, M. Ferrante, A. De Marco, P. Sicard, G. Oliveri Conti, A. Sepahvand, H. Basiri, Environ Res. 156: 683–687 (2017).

630.     Assessment of Methods for the Measurement of Wood Fuel Compositions, M.A. Rahman, P.K. Hopke, Energy & Fuel 31, 5215−5221 (2017).

631.     Hospital admissions in Iran for cardiovascular and respiratory diseases attributed to the Middle-Eastern Dust Storms, Y. Omidi Khaniabadi, P.K. Hopke, Md. Daryanoosh, G. Goudarzi, R. Fanelli, I. Kloog, P. Sicard, H. Godini, A. Akbar Babaei, H. Basiri, Md. J. Mohammadi, Md. V. Shikhrobat, A. De Marco, Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 24:16860–16868 (2017).

632.     Coal Use for Residential Heating: Patterns, Health Implications and Lessons Learned, A. Kerimray, L. Rojas-Solórzano, M. Amouei Torkmahalleh, P.K. Hopke, B.P. O’Gallachoir,  Energy for Sustainable Development 40: 19–30 (2017).

633.     Mercury temporal trends in top predator fish of the Laurentian Great Lakes from 2004 to 2015: are concentrations still decreasing? C. Zhou, M. Cohen, B. Crimmins, H. Zhou, T. Johnson, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, Environ. Sci. Technol. 51: 7386−7394 (2017).

634.     Estimating hourly concentrations of PM2.5 across a metropolitan area using low-cost particle monitors, N. Zikova, M. Masiol, D.C. Chalupa, D.Q. Rich, A.R. Ferro, P.K. Hopke, Sensors 17, 1922 (2017).

635.     Assessment of PM2.5 chemical compositions in Delhi: primary vs secondary emissions and contribution to light extinction coefficient and visibility degradation, U.C. Dumka, S. Tiwari, D.G. Kaskaoutis, P.K. Hopke, J. Singh, A.K. Srivastava, D.S. Bisht, S.D. Attri, S. Tyagi, A. Misra, G.S. Munawar Pasha, J. Atmospheric Chem. 74: 423-450 (2017).           

636.     Characteristics of Traffic-Induced Fugitive Dust from Unpaved Roads, G. Zhao, Y. Chen, P. K Hopke, T. M. Holsen, S. Dhaniyala, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 51: 1324-1331 (2017).

637.     Estimation of Mortality and Hospital Admissions Attributed to Criteria Air Pollutants in Tehran Metropolis, Iran (2013-2016), M. Hadei, P.K. Hopke, S.S. Hashemi Nazari, M. Yarahmadi, A. Shahsavani, Md. Reza Alipour, Aerosol Air Qual. Res. 17: 2474–2481 (2017).

638.     Risk of morbidity attributed to ambient PM10 in the western cities of Iran, Md. Daryanoosh, R. Rashidi, G. Goudarzi, F. Keishams, P.K. Hopke, Md. Javad Mohammadi, H. Nourmoradi, P. Sicard, A. Takdastan, M. Vosoghi, Md. Veysi, Y. Omidi Khaniabadi, Toxin Reviews (2017) DOI: 10.1080/15569543.2017.1370602.    

639.     Continuous Ozonolysis Process to Produce Non-CO Off-Gassing Wood Pellets, M. A. Rahman, S. Squizzato, R. Luscombe-Mills, P. Curran, P.K. Hopke, Energy & Fuels 31: 8228−8234 (2017).

640.     Performance Evaluation of Two 25 kW Residential Wood Pellet Boiler Heating Systems, K. Wang, M. Masiol, D. Thimmaiah, Y. Zhang, P.K. Hopke, Energy and Fuels 31: 12174–12182 (2017).

641.     Bayesian Spatial Multivariate Receptor Modeling for Multi-Site Multi-Pollutant Data, E.S. Park, P.K. Hopke, I. Kim, S. Tan, C.H. Spiegelman, Technimetrics, DOI: 10.1080/00401706.2017.1366948 (2017).

642.     Air pollution at Rochester, NY: Long-term trends and multivariate analysis of upwind SO2 source impacts, F. Emami, M. Masiol, P.K. Hopke, Sci. Total Environ. 612: 1506–1515 (2018).

643.     Ambient black carbon particulate matter in the coal region of Dhanbad, India, S. Singh, S. Tiwari, P. K. Hopke, C. Zhou, J. R. Turner, A. S. Panicker, P. K. Singh, Sci. Total Environ. 615: 955-963 (2018).

644.     Source apportionment at a European air pollution hot spot using particle number size distributions and chemical composition, C. Leoni, P. Pokorná, J. Hovorka, M. Masiol, J. Topinka, Y. Zhao, K. Křůmal, S. Cliff, P. Mikuška, P.K. Hopke, Environ. Pollut. 234: 145-154 (2018).

645.     Understanding the PM2.5 imbalance between a far and near-road location: Results of high temporal frequency source apportionment and parameterization of black carbon, U. M. Sofowote, R. M. Healy, Y. Su, J. Debosz, M. Noble, A. Munoz, C-H. Jeong, J.M. Wang, N. Hilker, G.J. Evans, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environ. 173: 277-288 (2018).

646.     Simulated Airflow and Rigid Fiber Behavior in A Realistic Nasal Airway Model, K.T. Shanley, G. Ahmadi, P.K. Hopke, Y.-S. Cheng, Particulate Sci. Technol. 36, 131-140 (2018).

647.     Deposition of glass fibers in a physically realistic model of the human respiratory tract, M. Belka, F. Lizal, J. Jedelsky, J. Elcner, P.K. Hopke, M. Jicha, J. Aerosol Sci. 117: 149-163 (2018).

648.     Daily land use regression estimated wood smoke and traffic pollution concentrations and the triggering of ST-elevation myocardial infarction: a case-crossover study, D.Q. Rich, M.J. Utell, D. P. Croft, S.W. Thurston, K. Thevenet-Morrison, K.A. Evans, F. S. Ling, Y. Tian, P.K. Hopke, Air Quality, Atmosphere Health 11: 239–244 (2018).

649.     Carbon Monoxide Off-Gassing from Bags of Wood Pellets, M.A. Rahman, A. Rossner, P.K. Hopke, Annals of Work Exposures and Health 62: 248–252 (2018).

650.     Age-Corrected Trends and Toxic Equivalence of PCDD/F and CP-PCBs in Lake Trout from the Great Lakes: 2004-2014, J.J. Pagano, A.J. Garner, D.J. McGoldrick, B.S. Crimmins, P.K. Hopke, M.S. Milligan, T.M. Holsen, Environ. Sci. Technol. 52: 712−721 (2018).

651.     Spatial and temporal trends of short-term health impacts of PM2.5 in Iranian cities; a modelling approach (2013-2016), P.K. Hopke, S.S. Hashemi Nazari, M. Hadei, M. Yarahmadi, M. Kermani, E. Yarahmadi, A. Shahsavani, Aerosol Air Qual. Res. 18: 497–504 (2018).

652.     Comprehensive Analysis of the Great Lakes Top Predator Fish for Novel Halogenated Organic Contaminants by GCxGC-HR-ToF Mass Spectrometry, S. Fernando, A. Renaguli, M.S. Milligan, J.J. Pagano, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, B.S. Crimmins, Environ. Sci. Technol. 52: 2909–2917 (2018).

653.     Ubiquitous Influence of Wildfire Emissions and Secondary Organic Aerosol on Summertime Atmospheric Aerosol in the Forested Great Lakes Region, M.J. Gunsch, N.W. May, M. Wen, C.L.H. Bottenus, D.J. Gardner, T.M. VanReken, S.B. Bertman, P.K. Hopke, A.P. Ault, K.A. Pratt, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18: 3701-3715 (2018).

654.     Investigation of in-cabin volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in taxis; influence of vehicle's age, model, fuel, and refueling, R. Bakhtiari, M. Hadei, P. K. Hopke, A. Shahsavani, N. Rastkari, M. Kermani, M. Yarahmadi, A. Ghaderpoori, Environ. Pollut. 237: 348–355 (2018).

655.     Ambient Air Quality in Dhaka Bangladesh over Two Decades: Impacts of Policy on Air Quality, B. Begum, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Air Quality Research 18: 1910–1920 (2018).

656.     Long-term trends in submicron particle concentrations in a metropolitan area of the northeastern United States, M. Masiol, S. Squizzato, D.C. Chalupa, M.J. Utell, D.Q. Rich, P.K. Hopke, Science of the Total Environment 633: 59–70 (2018).

657.     PM2.5 and gaseous pollutants in New York State during 2005-2016: spatial variability, temporal trends, and economic influences, S. Squizzato, M. Masiol, D.Q. Rich, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Environment 183: 209-224 (2018).

658.     Polychlorinated biphenyls and organochlorine pesticides concentration patterns and trends in top predator fish of Laurentian Great Lakes from 1999-2014, C. Zhou, J. Pagano, B.A. Crimmins, P.K. Hopke, M.S. Milligan, E.W. Murphy, T.M. Holsen, J. Great Lakes Research 44: 716–724 (2018).

659.     CYP1A1 gene polymorphisms modify the association between PM10 exposure and lung function, H.-J. Kim, J.-H. Park, Y.-S. Seo, T.M. Holsen, P.K. Hopke, J. Sung, H.-Y. Son, J. M. Yun, H. Kwon, B. Cho, J.-I. Kim, Chemosphere 203: 353-359.

660.     Evaluation and Field Calibration of a Low-Cost Ozone Monitor at a Regulatory Urban Monitoring Station, M. Masiol, S. Squizzato, D. Chalupa, D.Q. Rich, P.K. Hopke, Aerosol Air Qual Res 18: 2029–2037 (2018).

661.     Pollution Concentrations in Delhi India during Winter 2015-16: A Case Study of an Odd-Even Vehicle Strategy, S. Tiwari, A. Thomas, P. Rao, D.M. Chate, V.K. Soni, S. Singh, S.D. Ghude, D. Singh, P.K. Hopke, Atmospheric Pollution Research (in press, 2018).

662.     Chemical nature of PM2.5 and PM10 in Xi’an, China: insights into primary emissions and secondary particle formation, Q. Dai, X. Bi, B. Liu, L. Li, J. Ding, W. Song, S. Bi, B.C. Schulze, C. Song, J. Wu, Y. Zhang, Y. Feng, P.K. Hopke, Environ. Pollut. 240: 155-166 (2018).

663.     Mercury Wet Deposition and Speciated Mercury Air Concentrations at Rural and Urban Sites across New York State: Temporal Patterns, Sources and Scavenging Coefficients, H. Zhou, C. Zhou, P.K. Hopke, T.M. Holsen, Sci. Total Environ. 637–638: 943–953 (2018).

664.     Do elevated blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids modify effects of particulate air pollutants on fibrinogen? D. Croft, R. Block, S. J. Cameron, K. Evans, C. J. Lowenstein, F. Ling, W. Zareba, P.K. Hopke, M. J. Utell, S.W. Thurston, K. Thevenet-Morrison, D.Q. Rich, Air Quality Atmos. Health (in press, 2018).

665.     Annual Emissions of Air Toxics Emitted from Crop Residue Open Burning in Southeast Asia over the Period of 2010 – 2015, N.T. Kim Oanh, D.A. Permadi, P. Hopke, K. Smith, N. Phan Dong, A. Nguyet Dang, Atmos. Environ. 187: 163-173 (2018).

666.     Mortality and morbidity due to ambient air pollution in Iran, Y. Omidi Khaniabadi, P. Sicard, A. Takdastan, P.K. Hopke, A.M. Taiwo, F. Omidi Khaniabadi, A. De Marco, Md. Daryanoosh, Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health (in press, 2018).

667.     Unexpected contributions of sea spray and lake spray aerosol to inland particulate matter, N.W. May, M.J. Gunsch, N.E. Olson, A.L. Bondy, R.M. Kirpes, S.B. Bertman, S. China, A. Laskin, P.K. Hopke, A.P. Ault, K.A. Pratt, Environ. Sci. Technol. Letters 5: 405–412 (2018)

668.     Source Identification from the Chemical Characterization and Assessment of Ambient Air Quality in Dhaka Bangladesh, Begum, B.A., Hopke, P.K., Aerosol Air Qual Res 18: 1910–1920 (2018).

669.     Short and long-term impacts of ambient ozone on health in Ahvaz, Iran, P. Amoatey, A. Takdastan, P. Sicard, P.K. Hopke, M. Baawain, H. Omidvarborna, A. De Marco, Y. Omidi Khanaibadi, Human and Ecological Risk Assessment (in press, 2018).

670.     Hourly land-use regression models based on low-cost PM monitor data, M. Masiol, N. Zíková, D.C. Chalupa, D.Q. Rich, A.R. Ferro, P.K. Hopke, Environ. Res. 167: 7-14 (2018).

671.     Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases related to outdoor PM10, O3, SO2, and NO2 in a heavily polluted megacity of Iran, Y. Omidi Khaniabadi, Md. Daryanoosh, P. Sicard, A. Takdastan, P.K. Hopke, S. Esmaeili, A. De Marco, R. Rashidi, Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25: 17726–17734 (2018).

672.     Thermal Energy Storage Tank Sizing for Biomass Boiler Heating Systems Using Process Dynamic Simulation. K. Wang, M. Satyro, R. Taylor, P.K. Hopke, Energy & Buildings 175: 199-207 (2018).

673.     Indoor and outdoor concentrations of BTEX and formaldehyde in Tehran, Iran:;: Effects of building characteristics and health risk assessment, M. Hadei, P. K. Hopke, Md. Rafei, N. Rastkari, M. Yarahmadi, M. Kermani, A. Shahsavani, Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. (in press, 2018).

674.     Mortality and morbidity for cardiopulmonary diseases related to PM2.5 exposure in the metropolis of Rome, Italy, A. De Marco, P. Amoatey, Y. Omidi Khaniabadi, P. Sicard, P.K. Hopke, European Journal of Internal Medicine (in press, 2018).

675.     Commentary: Integrating non-targeted and targeted chemical screening in Great Lakes fish monitoring programs, B. S.Crimmins, H.B.McCarty, S. Fernando, M.S. Milligan, J.J. Pagano, T.M. Holsen, P. K.Hopke, J. Great Lakes Res. (in press, 2018).

676.     Triggering of cardiovascular hospital admissions by fine particle concentrations in New York State: before, during, and after implementation of multiple environmental policies and a recession, W. Zhang, S. Lin, P. K. Hopke, S.W. Thurston, E. van Wijngaarden, D. Croft, S. Squizzato, M. Masiol, D.Q. Rich, Environ. Res. (in press, 2018).

 

Short Communications:

1.         B.A. Roscoe and P.K. Hopke, Error Estimation of Factor Loadings and Scores Obtained with Target Transformation Factor Analysis - A Clarification, Anal. Chim. Acta 153:379-380 (1982).

2.         P.K. Hopke, Comments on 'Trace Element Concentrations in Summer Aerosols at Rural Sites in New York State and Their Possible Sources' by P. Parekh and L. Husain and 'Seasonal Variations in the Composition of Ambient Sulfur-Containing Aerosols' by R. Tanner and B. Leaderer, Atmospheric Environ. 16:1279-1280 (1982).

3.         P.K. Hopke and D.J. Alpert, Authors Response to Comments on 'A Quantitative Determination of Sources in the Boston Urban Aerosol' by Zinsmeister and Redman, Atmospheric Environ. 16:1567-1568 (1982).

4.         P.K. Hopke, Comments on 'Fitting Statistical Distributions to Air Quality Data by the Maximum Likelyhood Method' by D.M. Holland and T. Fitz-Simons, Atmospheric Environ. 16:1574-1575 (1982).

5.         K.H. Leong, H.C. Wang, J.J. Stukel, and P.K. Hopke, Authors Response to Comments on Calibration of an Autoranging Condensation Nuclei Counter' by Hogan and Barnard, Atmospheric Environ. 17:668 (1983).

6.         P.K. Hopke, Receptor Models in Air Pollution, Trends Anal. Chem. 3:vi-vii (1984).

7.         P.K. Hopke, Book Review: D.L. Massart and L. Kaufman, The Interpretation of Analytical Chemical Data by the Use of Cluster Analysis, J. Classification 1:280 (1984).

8.         P.K. Hopke, Analysis of Complex Mixture - Sewage Sludge, Trends Anal. Chem. 3:iii (1984).

9.         P.K. Hopke, The Use of Chemometrics in Apportionment of Air Pollution Sources, Trends Anal. Chem. 4:104-106 (1985).

10.       P.K. Hopke, Authors Response to Heidam and Kronberg's iscussion of 'A Comparison of R- and Q-Mode in Target Transformation Factor Analysis for Resolving Environmental Data', Atmospheric Environ. 19:1550-1551 (1985).

11.       P.K. Hopke, Indoor Air Pollution: Radioactivity, Trends Anal. Chem. 4:v-vi (1985).

12.       P.K. Hopke and E.R. Malinowski, Comments on Prior Use of the Malinowski Indicator Function in TTFA in Receptor Modeling, Atmospheric Environ. 20:605-606 (1986).

13.       P.K. Hopke and S. Dharmavaram, Recent Improvements to FANTASIA: A Target Transformation Factor Analysis Program, Comp. & Chem. 10:163-164 (1986).

14.       P.K. Hopke, Super Micro Computing with the DSI-32 Board, Trends Anal. Chem. 5:204-205(1986).

15.       P.K. Hopke, Internationally Compatible Environmental Data, Trends Anal. Chem. 5:x-xi (1986).

16.       M.D. Cheng and P.K. Hopke, Response to Invited Comments by L.J. Gleser on 'Investigation on the Use of Chemical Mass Balance Receptor Model: Numerical Computations', Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 1:48-50 (1986).

17.       P.K. Hopke, Software Review: EX-TRAN 7.11, Intelligent Terminals Ltd., Glasgow, United Kingdom, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 1:8 (1986).

18.       P.K. Hopke, Another Coprocessor Board to Add Power to Your PC, Trends in Anal. Chem. 5:252-253 (1986).

19.       P.K. Hopke, An Introduction to Supercomputers, Trends Anal. Chem. 6:1-2 (1987).

20.       P.K. Hopke, New Airborne Particulate Matter Standard for the U.S.A., Trends Anal. Chem. 6:x (1987).

21.       P.K. Hopke, Book Review: D. Coomans and I. Broeckaert, Potential Pattern Recognition in Chemical and Medical Decision Making, J. Classification 5:143-144 (1988).

22.       S. Dharmavaram and P.K. Hopke, Response to Comments on "A Simple Methodology for Determination of Back Trajectories", J. Air Pollution Control Assoc. 38:1291-1292 (1988).

23.       P.K. Hopke and M. Ramamurthi, Production of Ultrafine Particles by Radon Radiolysis, J. Aerosol Sci. 19:1323-1325 (1988).

24.       M. Ramamurthi and P.K. Hopke, Addendum to "On improving the validity of wire screen unattached fraction Rn daughter measurements", Health Phys. 59:355-356 (1990).

25.       P.K. Hopke and M.D. Cheng, Comments on "Source Apportionment With One Source Unknown" by K. Bandeen-Roche and D. Ruppert, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 10:185-187, (1991).

26.       P.K. Hopke, "Foreign Students and U.S. Economic Health", Science Vol 253, pg: 1194, 1991.

27.       P.K. Hopke, and N. Montassier, "Inconsistency in the Length of a Working Month", Letter to the Editor, Health Phys. 63:466-467 (1992).

28.       P.K. Hopke, Book Review: Directory of Chemistry Software 1992, W.A. Warr, P. Willett, and G. Downs, eds., in Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 16:104-105 (1992).

29.       P.K. Hopke, Editorial: "Harmonization of Radon Jargon and Units", Health Phys. 64/5: 459 (May, 1993).

30.       P.K. Hopke, "First Conference on Three-Way Methods in Chemistry (TRIC)", Meeting Reports, in Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 22, 155-160 (1993).

31.       P.K. Hopke, "Response to Archer", Health Phys. 66: 91-92 (1994).

32.       P.K. Hopke, "Spectramap” Software Review in Monitor, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Syst. 23, 261-262 (1994).

33.       P. K. Hopke, Book Review, B. Seifert, H. J. van der Wiel, B. Dodet and I. K. O'Neill, Environmental Carcinogens: Methods of Analysis and Exposure Measurement, Trends Anal. Chem. 14 3:VII (1995)

34.       M.P. Anisimov, S.D. Shandakov, V.A. Pinaev and P.K. Hopke, A New Evaluation of the Vapor Nucleation Rate in the Flow Diffusion Chamber, J. Aerosol Sci. 28, Suppl.1, 179-180 (1997)

35.       M.P. Anisimov, S.D. Shandakov, V.A. Pinaev and P.K. Hopke, Two Dimensional Transfer in the Flow Diffusion Chamber, J. Aerosol Sci. 28, Suppl 1, 175-176 (1997)

36.       P. K. Hopke, Y. Xie, P. Paatero, L. A. Barrie and S. -M. Li, Multiway Analysis Particle Composition Data, J. Aerosol Sci.29, Suppl. 1, S514-S516 (1998)

37.       Some Aspects of Quality Assurance and Quality Control in Neutron Activation Analysis of Airborne Particles, S. Landsberger, P. K. Hopke, S. Biegalski, Transactions of the American Nuclear Society 78-79: 20 (1998)

38.       R.F. Holub, G.M. Reimer, P.K. Hopke, J. Hovorka, B. Kremar and P.K. Smrz, "Geoaerosols": Their Origin, Transport and Paradoxical, Journal of Aerosol Sci. 30: S111-S112 (1999).

39.       R. Mavliev, P. K. Hopke, H.C. Wang, and D.-W. Lee, A Transition From Heterogeneous to Homogeneous Nucleation in the Turbulent Mixing CNC, J. Aerosol Sci. 30: S31-S32 (1999).

40.       Philip K. Hopke and Thomas Thies, Environmental Manufacturing Management at Clarkson University, EM Magazine, Sept: 19-21(1999).

41.       Advances in Receptor Modeling, P.K. Hopke, J. Aerosol Sci. 32: S363-S364 (2001).

42.       R. F Holub, J. Hovorka, G. M. Reimer, B. D. Honeyman, P. K. Hopke and P. K. Smrz, Further investigations of the Geoaerosol phenomenon, J. Aerosol Sci. 32: S61-S70 (2001).

43.       Pinto J, Ramadan Z, Hopke P., Source Apportionment Studies of PM-2.5 in Two Czech Cities: a Comparison of Different Methods, J. Aerosol Sci. 32: S365-S366 (2001).

44.       Pinto J, Ramadan Z, Hopke P, Source apportionment studies of PM-2.5 in two Czech cities: Possible uses in health studies, Epidemiology 12: 350 (2001).

45.       Holub RF, Smrz PK, Reimer GM, Hopke PK, Hovorka J, Honeyman BD, Rebuttal to "Unfilterable 'geoaerosols', their use in the search for thermal, mineral and mineralized waters, and their possible influence on the origin of certain types of mineral waters" by B. Krcmar and T. Vylita, published in Environmental Geology 40(6): 678-682, Environ. Geol. 41: 984-985 (2002)

46.       Hopke, P.K. and Paatero, P., Remarks on the article 'Bilinear estimation of pollution source profiles and amounts by using multivariate receptor models,’ Environmetrics 13: 803-805 (2002).

47.       Krewski, D., Lubin, J.H., Samet, J.M., Hopke, P.K., James, A.C. and Brand, K.P., Letter to the Editor Re: Projection of Residential Radon Lung Cancer Risks: The BEIR VI Risk Models, Rad. Prot. Dosim.102: 371-374 (2002).

48.       Hopke, P.K., Advances in Monitoring Methods for Airborne Particles. Clean Air and Environmental Quality, 37/2, May 2003, pp. 26-31.

49.       Kim, E., Hopke, P.K., Begum. B.A., The use of time-resolved measurements for distinguishing gasoline emissions from diesel emissions in source apportionment of fine particles, Epidemiology 15 (4): S153-S153 (2004).

50.       Stolzel M, Laden F, Dockery DW, Schwartz J, Kim E, Hopke PK, Neas LM, Source apportionment of fine and coarse particulate matter and daily mortality in two US cities - A comparison of different methods, Epidemiology 16 (5): S95 (2005).

51.       Thurston G, Ito K, Mar T, Christensen WF, Eatough DJ, Henry RC, Kim E, Laden F, Lall R, Larson TV, Liu H, Neas L, Pinto J, Stolzel M, Suh H, Hopke PK, Results and implications of the workshop on the source apportionment of PM health effects, Epidemiology 16 (5): S134-S135 (2005).

52.       Hopke, P.K.., Festschrift honouring Professor D.L. Massart, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst. 7:1-2 (2005).

53.       Hopke, P.K., Rockets Red Glare, InPark 3(2):26-29 (2007).

54.       Solomon,,P.A., Hopke, P.K., Introduction: A Special Issue of JA&WMA Supporting Key Scientific and Policy- and Health-Relevant Findings from EPA's Particulate Matter Supersites Program and Related Studies: An Integration and Synthesis of Results, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 58: 58: 137-139 (2008).

55.       Hopke, P.K., Reactive Particles as a Source of Human Health Effects, Atmospheric Environ. 42: 3192-3194 (2008).

56.       Geladi, P and Hopke, P.K., Is there a future for chemometrics? Are we still needed? Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst. 91: 99-100 (2008).

57.       Geladi, P and Hopke, P.K., Is there a future for chemometrics? Are we still needed?, J. Chemometrics 22: 289-290 (2008).

58.       Solomon, P.A., Hopke, P.K., The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Particulate Matter Supersites Program: An Integrated Synthesis of Scientific Findings and Policy- and Health-Relevant Insights, J. Air & Waste Manage. Assoc. 58: S-1-S-2 (2008).

59.       Sundqvist K.L., Tysklind M., Andersson R., Sjďż˝blom V., Cato I., Geladi P., Hopke P., Wiberg K., Receptor Modeling of PCDD/FS in Sediment of the Sundsvall Bay, Sweden, Organohalogen Compounds 70:1641-1644. (2008).

60.       Jeon, S., Cho, J., Lee, S., Xia, X., Crimmins, B., Hopke, P.K., Pagano, J., Holsen, T.M., The Level of Toxaphene in Korean Fish, Organohalogen Compounds 70: 2151-2153 (2008).

61.       Hopke, P.K., Discussion of sensitivity of a molecular marker based positive matrix factorization model to the number of receptor observations, Zhang, Sheesley, Bae, Schauer, and Hopke to Atmospheric Environment, 44. 1138 (2010)

62.       Editorial, Special Issue on Applications of Receptor Modeling, P.K. Hopke, D.D. Cohen, Atmospheric Pollution Research 2: 121 (2011).

63.       Interdisciplinary Environmental Graduate Degree Programs at Clarkson University, EM Magazine, 20-21, September 2012.

64.       Introduction to a special grouping of papers from the 2012 A&WMA International Specialty Conference, Aerosol and Atmospheric Optics: Visibility and Air Pollution, P.K. Hopke, D.J. Eatough, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. 63: 1003 (2013).

65.       It is Time to Drop Principal Components Analysis as a "Receptor Model,” P.K. Hopke, J. Atmospheric Chem. 72: 127–128 (2015).

66.       Celebrating 30 years of publishing chemometrics for chemometricians and others, P.K. Hopke and C. Spiegelman, Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 149: 89 (2015).

67.       Preface to Virtual Special Issue Honoring Dr. Clifford H. Spiegelman, P.K. Hopke, Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 162: 107 (2017).