Prasad S. Kasibhatla

Duke University, Durham, NC 
Environmental Sciences, Atmospheric Science Physics, Remote Sensing
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Andela N, Morton DC, Giglio L, et al. (2017) A human-driven decline in global burned area. Science (New York, N.Y.). 356: 1356-1362
Hodzic A, Kasibhatla PS, Jo DS, et al. (2016) Rethinking the global secondary organic aerosol (SOA) budget: Stronger production, faster removal, shorter lifetime Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 16: 7917-7941
Silva SJ, Heald CL, Geddes JA, et al. (2016) Impacts of current and projected oil palm plantation expansion on air quality over Southeast Asia Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 16: 10621-10635
Hodzic A, Madronich S, Kasibhatla PS, et al. (2015) Organic photolysis reactions in tropospheric aerosols: Effect on secondary organic aerosol formation and lifetime Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 15: 9253-9269
Austin KG, Kasibhatla PS, Urban DL, et al. (2015) Reconciling oil palm expansion and climate change mitigation in Kalimantan, Indonesia Plos One. 10
Keppel-Aleks G, Wolf AS, Mu M, et al. (2014) Separating the influence of temperature, drought, and fire on interannual variability in atmospheric CO2. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 28: 1295-1310
Philip S, Martin RV, van Donkelaar A, et al. (2014) Global chemical composition of ambient fine particulate matter for exposure assessment. Environmental Science & Technology. 48: 13060-8
Mukherjee C, Kasibhatla PS, West M. (2014) Spatially varying SAR models and Bayesian inference for high-resolution lattice data Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics. 66: 473-494
Chen Y, Morton DC, Jin Y, et al. (2013) Long-term trends and interannual variability of forest, savanna and agricultural fires in South America Carbon Management. 4: 617-638
Houweling S, Badawy B, Baker DF, et al. (2012) Iconic CO2 time series at risk. Science (New York, N.Y.). 337: 1038-40
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