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Zhang, L., Blanchard, P., Gay, D. A., Prestbo, E. M., Risch, M. R., Johnson, D., Narayan, J., Zsolway, R., Holsen, T. M., Miller, E. K., Castro, M. S., Graydon, J. A., Louis, V. L. St., and Dalziel, J.: Estimation of speciated and total mercury dry deposition at monitoring locations in eastern and central North America, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 4327-4340, doi:10.5194/acp-12-4327-2012, 2012.

Zhang L, Blanchard P, Johnson D, Dastoor A, Ryzhkov A, Lin CJ, Vijayaraghavan K, Gay D, Holsen TM, Huang J, Graydon JA, St Louis VL, Castro MS, Miller EK, Marsik F, Lu J, Poissant L, Pilote M, Zhang KM. Assessment of modeled mercury dry deposition over the Great Lakes region. Environ Pollut. 2012 Feb;161:272-83. Epub 2011 Jun 25. PubMed PMID: 21705119.

David Johnson, Domenico Mignacca, Dennis Herod, Dan Jutzi, Heather Miller. Characterization and Identification of Trends in Average Ambient Ozone and PM2.5 Levels through Trajectory Cluster Analysis in Eastern Canada. Journal of Air & Waste Management Association 2007 Aug;57(8):907-18.

Jeffrey R. Brook, David Johnson, Alexandre Mamedov. Determination of the Source Areas Contributing to Regionally High Warm Season PM2.5 in Eastern North America. Journal of Air and Waste Management Association 2004 Sep;54(9):1162-9.

Brook, Jeffrey R. and David Johnson. Identification of representative warm season periods for regional air quality (ozone) model simulations. Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 34(10) 2000. Pp. 1591-1599.

Jeffrey R. Brook, Leiming Zhang, Yifan Li, David Johnson. Description and evaluation of a model of deposition velocities for routine estimates of dry deposition over North America. Part II: review of past measurements and model results. Atmospheric Environment, Vol 33(30) 1999. Pp 5053-5070

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