Parisa A. Ariya

Affiliations: 
1989-1996 Centre for Atmospheric Chemistry York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
 1996-1998 Max Planck Institute for Chemistry 
 1998- Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences; Chemistry McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
Area:
Atmospheric Trace Metals, Halogen Chemistry, Bioaerosols, Metal Speciation
Website:
http://ariyagroup.weebly.com/
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Joshua M.-K. Lai research assistant 2012-2012 McGill
Graydon Snider grad student 2012 McGill
Avik Jim Ghoshdastidar grad student 2012-2019 McGill
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Nazarenko Y, Pal D, Ariya PA. (2021) Air quality standards for the concentration of particulate matter 2.5, global descriptive analysis. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 99: 125-137D
Falsafi Z, Raofie F, Kazemi H, et al. (2020) Simultaneous extraction and fractionation of petroleum biomarkers from tar balls and crude oils using a two-step sequential supercritical fluid extraction. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 159: 111484
Ghoshdastidar AJ, Ramamurthy J, Morissette M, et al. (2020) Correction to: Development of methodology to generate, measure and characterize the chemical composition of oxidized mercury nanoparticles. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
Falsafi Z, Raofie F, Ariya PA. (2019) Supercritical fluid extraction followed by supramolecular solvent microextraction as a fast and efficient preconcentration method for determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in apple peels. Journal of Separation Science
Ghoshdastidar AJ, Ramamurthy J, Morissette M, et al. (2019) Development of methodology to generate, measure, and characterize the chemical composition of oxidized mercury nanoparticles. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
Ghoshdastidar AJ, Ariya PA. (2019) The Existence of Airborne Mercury Nanoparticles. Scientific Reports. 9: 10733
Mortazavi R, Attiya S, Ariya PA. (2019) Diversity of metals and metal-interactive bacterial populations in different types of Arctic snow and frost flowers: Implications on snow freeze-melt processes in a changing climate. The Science of the Total Environment. 690: 277-289
Rangel-Alvarado RB, Willis CE, Kirk JL, et al. (2019) Athabasca oil sands region snow contains efficient micron and nano-sized ice nucleating particles. Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987). 252: 289-295
Ghoshdastidar AJ, Hu Z, Nazarenko Y, et al. (2018) Exposure to nanoscale and microscale particulate air pollution prior to mining development near a northern indigenous community in Québec, Canada. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International
Willis CE, Kirk JL, St Louis VL, et al. (2017) Sources of Methylmercury to Snowpacks of the Alberta Oil Sands Region: A Study of In Situ Methylation and Particulates. Environmental Science & Technology
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