Amir Hakami, PhD

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Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada 
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Zhao S, Russell MG, Hakami A, et al. (2020) A multiphase CMAQ version 5.0 adjoint. Geoscientific Model Development. 13: 2925-2944
Xu JW, Martin RV, Henderson BH, et al. (2019) Simulation of airborne trace metals in fine particulate matter over North America. Atmospheric Environment (Oxford, England : 1994). 214
Mathur R, Hogrefe C, Hakami A, et al. (2018) A Call for an Aloft Air Quality Monitoring Network: Need, Feasibility, and Potential Value. Environmental Science & Technology
Pappin AJ, Mesbah SM, Hakami A, et al. (2015) Diminishing Returns or Compounding Benefits of Air Pollution Control? The Case of NOx and Ozone. Environmental Science & Technology. 49: 9548-56
Mesbah SM, Hakami A, Schott S. (2015) Optimal Ozone Control with Inclusion of Spatiotemporal Marginal Damages and Electricity Demand. Environmental Science & Technology. 49: 7870-8
Turner MD, Henze DK, Hakami A, et al. (2015) Differences between magnitudes and health impacts of BC emissions across the United States using 12 km scale seasonal source apportionment. Environmental Science & Technology. 49: 4362-71
Mesbah SM, Hakami A, Schott S. (2013) Optimal ozone reduction policy design using adjoint-based NOx marginal damage information. Environmental Science & Technology. 47: 13528-35
Pappin AJ, Hakami A. (2013) Attainment vs exposure: ozone metric responses to source-specific NOx controls using adjoint sensitivity analysis. Environmental Science & Technology. 47: 13519-27
Pappin AJ, Hakami A. (2013) Source attribution of health benefits from air pollution abatement in Canada and the United States: an adjoint sensitivity analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives. 121: 572-9
Mesbah SM, Hakami A, Schott S. (2012) Improving NO(x) cap-and-trade system with adjoint-based emission exchange rates. Environmental Science & Technology. 46: 11905-12
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