George Ban-Weiss
George Ban-Weiss
Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, USC
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A numerical investigation into the anomalous slight NOx increase when burning biodiesel; a new (old) theory
GA Ban-Weiss, JY Chen, BA Buchholz, RW Dibble
Fuel processing technology 88 (7), 659-667, 2007
Long-term changes in emissions of nitrogen oxides and particulate matter from on-road gasoline and diesel vehicles
GA Ban-Weiss, JP McLaughlin, RA Harley, MM Lunden, TW Kirchstetter, ...
Atmospheric Environment 42 (2), 220-232, 2008
Biophysical considerations in forestry for climate protection
RG Anderson, JG Canadell, JT Randerson, RB Jackson, BA Hungate, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9 (3), 174-182, 2011
Importance of carbon dioxide physiological forcing to future climate change
L Cao, G Bala, K Caldeira, R Nemani, G Ban-Weiss
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (21), 9513-9518, 2010
Carbonyl and nitrogen dioxide emissions from gasoline-and diesel-powered motor vehicles
GA Ban-Weiss, JP McLaughlin, RA Harley, AJ Kean, E Grosjean, ...
Environmental science & technology 42 (11), 3944-3950, 2008
Dependence of climate forcing and response on the altitude of black carbon aerosols
GA Ban-Weiss, L Cao, G Bala, K Caldeira
Climate dynamics 38 (5-6), 897-911, 2012
Trends in on-road vehicle emissions of ammonia
AJ Kean, D Littlejohn, GA Ban-Weiss, RA Harley, TW Kirchstetter, ...
Atmospheric Environment 43 (8), 1565-1570, 2009
Geoengineering as an optimization problem
GA Ban-Weiss, K Caldeira
Environmental Research Letters 5 (3), 034009, 2010
Size-resolved particle number and volume emission factors for on-road gasoline and diesel motor vehicles
GA Ban-Weiss, MM Lunden, TW Kirchstetter, RA Harley
Journal of Aerosol Science 41 (1), 5-12, 2010
Measurement of black carbon and particle number emission factors from individual heavy-duty trucks
GA Ban-Weiss, MM Lunden, TW Kirchstetter, RA Harley
Environmental science & technology 43 (5), 1419-1424, 2009
Soiling of building envelope surfaces and its effect on solar reflectance—Part I: Analysis of roofing product databases
M Sleiman, G Ban-Weiss, HE Gilbert, D François, P Berdahl, ...
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 95 (12), 3385-3399, 2011
Albedo enhancement of marine clouds to counteract global warming: impacts on the hydrological cycle
G Bala, K Caldeira, R Nemani, L Cao, G Ban-Weiss, HJ Shin
Climate Dynamics 37 (5-6), 915-931, 2011
Micrometeorological simulations to predict the impacts of heat mitigation strategies on pedestrian thermal comfort in a Los Angeles neighborhood
M Taleghani, D Sailor, GA Ban-Weiss
Environmental Research Letters 11 (2), 024003, 2016
Climate forcing and response to idealized changes in surface latent and sensible heat
GA Ban-Weiss, G Bala, L Cao, J Pongratz, K Caldeira
Environmental Research Letters 6 (3), 034032, 2011
Potential benefits of solar reflective car shells: Cooler cabins, fuel savings and emission reductions
R Levinson, H Pan, G Ban-Weiss, P Rosado, R Paolini, H Akbari
Applied Energy 88 (12), 4343-4357, 2011
Effects of urban land expansion on the regional meteorology and air quality of eastern China.
W Tao, J Liu, GA Ban-Weiss, DA Hauglustaine, L Zhang, Q Zhang, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics 15 (15), 2015
Electricity production and cooling energy savings from installation of a building-integrated photovoltaic roof on an office building
G Ban-Weiss, C Wray, W Delp, P Ly, H Akbari, R Levinson
Energy and Buildings 56, 210-220, 2013
Impact of remotely sensed albedo and vegetation fraction on simulation of urban climate in WRF‐urban canopy model: A case study of the urban heat island in Los Angeles
P Vahmani, GA Ban‐Weiss
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 121 (4), 1511-1531, 2016
Optical and physical properties of primary on-road vehicle particle emissions and their implications for climate change
AW Strawa, TW Kirchstetter, AG Hallar, GA Ban-Weiss, JP McLaughlin, ...
Journal of Aerosol Science 41 (1), 36-50, 2010
Climate response to physiological forcing of carbon dioxide simulated by the coupled Community Atmosphere Model (CAM3. 1) and Community Land Model (CLM3. 0)
L Cao, G Bala, K Caldeira, R Nemani, G Ban‐Weiss
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (10), 2009
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