Parisa A. Ariya
Parisa A. Ariya
James McGill Professor of Chemistry and Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, McGill University, Canada
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Halogens and their role in polar boundary-layer ozone depletion
WR Simpson, R Glasow, K Riedel, P Anderson, P Ariya, J Bottenheim, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 7 (16), 4375-4418, 2007
An overview of snow photochemistry: evidence, mechanisms and impacts
AM Grannas, AE Jones, J Dibb, M Ammann, C Anastasio, HJ Beine, ...
Atmospheric chemistry and physics 7 (16), 4329-4373, 2007
A synthesis of atmospheric mercury depletion event chemistry in the atmosphere and snow
A Steffen, T Douglas, M Amyot, P Ariya, K Aspmo, T Berg, J Bottenheim, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 8 (6), 1445-1482, 2008
Atmospheric organic and bio-aerosols as cloud condensation nuclei (CCN): A review
J Sun, PA Ariya
Atmospheric Environment 40 (5), 795-820, 2006
Reactions of gaseous mercury with atomic and molecular halogens: kinetics, product studies, and atmospheric implications
PA Ariya, A Khalizov, A Gidas
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 106 (32), 7310-7320, 2002
The Arctic: a sink for mercury
PA Ariya, AP Dastroor, M Amyot, WH Schroeder, L Barrie, K Anlauf, ...
Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology 56 (5), 397-403, 2004
Mercury physicochemical and biogeochemical transformation in the atmosphere and at atmospheric interfaces: A review and future directions
PA Ariya, M Amyot, A Dastoor, D Deeds, A Feinberg, G Kos, A Poulain, ...
Chemical Reviews 115 (10), 3760-3802, 2015
Microbiology and atmospheric processes: chemical interactions of primary biological aerosols
L Deguillaume, M Leriche, P Amato, PA Ariya, AM Delort, U Pöschl, ...
Biogeosciences 5 (4), 1073-1084, 2008
Gas-Phase HO-Initiated Reactions of Elemental Mercury:  Kinetics, Product Studies, and Atmospheric Implications
B Pal, PA Ariya
Environmental science & technology 38 (21), 5555-5566, 2004
New directions: the role of bioaerosols in atmospheric chemistry and physics
PA Ariya
Atmospheric Environment 38, 1231-1232, 2004
Microbiology and atmospheric processes: research challenges concerning the impact of airborne micro-organisms on the atmosphere and climate
CE Morris, DC Sands, M Bardin, R Jaenicke, B Vogel, C Leyronas, ...
Biogeosciences 8 (1), 17-25, 2011
Studies of ozone initiated reactions of gaseous mercury: kinetics, product studies, and atmospheric implications
B Pal, PA Ariya
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 6 (3), 572-579, 2004
A review of uncertainties in atmospheric modeling of mercury chemistry I. Uncertainties in existing kinetic parameters–Fundamental limitations and the importance of …
M Subir, PA Ariya, AP Dastoor
Atmospheric Environment 45 (32), 5664-5676, 2011
Physical and chemical characterization of bioaerosols–Implications for nucleation processes
PA Ariya, J Sun, NA Eltouny, ED Hudson, CT Hayes, G Kos
International Reviews in Physical Chemistry 28 (1), 1-32, 2009
A theoretical study of the reactions of parent and substituted Criegee intermediates with water and the water dimer
AB Ryzhkov, PA Ariya
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 6 (21), 5042-5050, 2004
Redox transformations of mercury in an Arctic snowpack at springtime
AJ Poulain, JD Lalonde, M Amyot, JA Shead, F Raofie, PA Ariya
Atmospheric Environment 38 (39), 6763-6774, 2004
Potential for mercury reduction by microbes in the high arctic
AJ Poulain, SM Ní Chadhain, PA Ariya, M Amyot, E Garcia, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73 (7), 2230-2238, 2007
A theoretical study on the reactions of Hg with halogens: Atmospheric implications
AF Khalizov, B Viswanathan, P Larregaray, PA Ariya
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 107 (33), 6360-6365, 2003
Organics in environmental ices: sources, chemistry, and impacts
VF McNeill, AM Grannas, JPD Abbatt, M Ammann, P Ariya, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12 (20), 9653-9678, 2012
Microbiological degradation of atmospheric organic compounds
PA Ariya, O Nepotchatykh, O Ignatova, M Amyot
Geophysical Research Letters 29 (22), 34-1-34-4, 2002
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