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Ostling K, Kelly B, Bird S, Bertman SB, Pippin MR, Thornberry TDean, Carroll MAnne.  2001.  Fast-turnaround alkyl nitrate measurements during the PROPHET 1998 summer intensive. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D20):24,439-24,449.
Tan D, Faloona I, Simpas J.B, Brune WH, Shepson PB, Couch TL, Sumner ALouise, Carroll MAnne, Thornberry TDean, Apel EC et al..  2001.  HOx budgets in a deciduous forest: results from the PROPHET summer 1998 campaign. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D20):24,407-24,427.
Hurst JM, Jr. DJBarket, Herrera-Gomez O, Couch TL, Shepson PB, Faloona I, Tan D, Brune WH, Westberg HH, Lamb BK et al..  2001.  Investigation of the nighttime decay of isoprene. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D20):24,335-24,346.
Grossenbacher JW, Couch TL, Shepson PB, Thornberry TDean, Witmer-Rich M, Carroll MAnne, Faloona I, Tan D, Brune WH, Ostling K et al..  2001.  Measurements of isoprene nitrates above a forest canopy. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D20):24,429-24,438.
Thornberry TDean.  2001.  Observations of reactive nitrogen and ozone at a rural site in Michigan. Doctor of Philosophy:110pp..
Thornberry TDean, Carroll MAnne, Keeler GJ, Sillman S, Bertman SB, Pippin MR, Ostling K, Grossenbacher JW, Shepson PB, Cooper OR et al..  2001.  Observations of reactive oxidized nitrogen and speciation of NOy during the PROPHET summer 1998 intensive. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D20):24,359-24,386.
Pippin MR, Bertman SB, Thornberry TDean, Town MS, Carroll MAnne, Sillman S.  2001.  Seasonal variations of PAN, PPN, and O3 at the upper Midwest PROPHET site. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D20):24,451-24,463.
Sumner ALouise, Shepson PB, Couch TL, Thornberry TDean, Carroll MAnne, Sillman S, Pippin MR, Bertman SB, Tan D, Faloona I et al..  2001.  A study of formaldehyde chemistry above a forest canopy. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D20):24,387-24,405.