Lelia N. Hawkins Publications

HMC Faculty Publications

(Undergraduate co-authors are denoted by an asterisk)

19. “Evidence for pyrazine-based chromophores in cloudwater mimics containing methylglyoxal and ammonium sulfate, “Hawkins, L.N., Welsh*, H.G., Alexander*, M.V., Chemistry and Physics, 2018, 18, 12413-12431.  Available spectral data (Drive).

18. “Brown carbon production in ammonium- or amine-containing aerosol particles by reactive uptake of methylglyoxal and photolytic cloud cycling, Environmental Science and Technology,” De Haan, D.O., Hawkins, L.N., Welsh*, H.G., Pednekar*, R., Casar*, J.R., Pennington*, E.A., de Loera*, A., Jimenez*, N.G., Pajunoja, A., Caponi, L., Cazaunau, M., Formenti, P., Gratien, A., Pangui, E., Doussin, J.F., 2017,  51, 7458-7466.

17. “Meteorological and aerosol effects on marine cloud microphysical properties,” Sanchez, K.J.,  Russell, L.M., Modini, R.L., Frossard, A.A., Ahlm, L.,  Corrigan, C.E., Roberts, G.C., Hawkins, L.N., Schroder, J.C., Bertram, A.K., Zhao, R., Lee, A.K.Y., Lin, J.J., Nenes, A., Wang, Z., Wonaschtz, A. Sorooshian, A., Noone, K.J., Jonsson, H., Toom, D., Macdonald, A.M., Leaitch, W.R., and Seinfeld, J.H., Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 2016, 121, 4142-4161.

16. “Maillard chemistry in clouds and aqueous aerosol as a source of atmospheric humic-like substances,” Hawkins, L.N., Lemire*, A.N., Galloway, M.M., Corrigan*, A.L., Turley*, J.J., Es- pelien*, B.M., and De Haan, D.O., Environmental Science and Technology, 2016, 50, 7443-7452.

15. “Primary marine aerosol-cloud interactions off the coast of California,” Modini, R. L., Frossard, A.A., Ahlm, L., Russell, L.M., Corrigan, C.E., Roberts, G.C., Hawkins, L.N., Schroder, J.C., Bertram, A.K., Zhao, R., Lee, A.K.Y., Abbatt, J.P.D., Lin, J., Nenes, A., Wang, Z., Wonaschtz, A., Sorooshian, A., Noone, K.J., Jonsson, H., Seinfeld, J.H., Toom-Sauntry, D., Macdonald, A.M., Leaitch, W.R., Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 2015, 120, 9, 4282.

14. “Formation of Semisolid, Oligomerized Aqueous SOA: Lab Simulations of Cloud Processing,” Hawkins, L.N., Baril*, M.J., Sedehi*, N., Galloway, M.M., De Haan, D.O., Schill, G.P., and Tolbert, M.A., Environmental Science and Technology, 2014, 48, 2273-2280.

13. “Cloud partitioning of isocyanic acid (HNCO) and evidence of secondary source of HNCO in ambient air,” Zhao, R., Lee, A.K.Y., Wentzell, J.J.B., Mcdonald, A.M., Toom-Sauntry, D., Leaitch, W.R., Modini, R.L., Corrigan, A.L., Russell, L.M., Noone, K.J., Schroder, J.C., Bertram, A.K., Hawkins, L.N., Abbatt, J.P.D., and Liggio, J., Geophysical Research Letters, 2014, 41(19), 6962-6969.

12. “Brown carbon formation by aqueous-phase carbonyl compound reactions with amines and ammonium sulfate,” Powelson, M.H.*, Espelien*, B.M., Hawkins, L.N., Galloway, M.M., and De Haan, D.O.,  Environmental Science and Technology, 2013, 48, 985-993.

11. “Evaluating WRF-Chem aerosol indirect effects in Southeast Pacific marine stratocumulus during VOCALS-REx,” Saide, P.E., Spak, S.N., Carmichael, G.R., Mena-Carrasco, M.A., Yang, Q., Howell, S., Leon, D.C., Snider, J.R., Bandy, A.R., Collett, J.L., Benedict, K.B., de Szoeke, S.P., Hawkins, L.N., Allen, G., Crawford, I., Crosier, J., and Springston, S.R., Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2012, 12, 3045-3064.

10. “Atmospheric sulfur cycling in the southeastern Pacific longitudinal distribution, vertical profile, and diel variability observed during VOCALS-REx,” Yang, M.B., Huebert, J., Blomquist, B.W., Howell, S.G., Shank, L.M., McNaughton, S.C., Clarke, A.D., Hawkins, L.N., Russell, L.M., Covert, D.S., Coffman, D.J., Bates, S., Quinn, P.K., Zagorac, N., Bandy, A.R., de Szoeke, S.P., Zuidema, P.D., Tucker, S.C., Brewer, W.A., Benedict, K.B., and Collett, L.J., Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2011, 11, 5079-5097.

9.  “Investigating organic aerosol loading in the remote marine environment,” Lapina, K.C. Heald, L., Spracklen, D.V., Arnold, S.R., Allan, J.D., Coe, H., McFiggans, G., Zorn, S.R., Drewnick, F., Bates, T.S., Hawkins, L.N., Russell, L.M.  Smirnov, A., ODowd, C.D., and A. J. Hind, A.J., Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2011, 11, 8847-8860.

8.  “Formation of Nitrogen-Containing Oligomers by Methylglyoxal and Amines in Simulated Evaporating Cloud Droplets,” De Haan, D., Hawkins, L.N., Kononenko*, J., Turley*, J.J., Corrigan*, A., Tolbert, M.A., and Jimenez, J.L., Environmental Science and Technology, 2011, 45, 984-991.

7.  “Oxidation of ketone groups in transported biomass burning aerosol from the 2008 Northern California Lightning Series fires,” Hawkins, L.N. and Russell, L.M., Atmospheric Environment, 2010, 44(34), 4142-4154.

6.  “Polysaccharides, Proteins, and  Phytoplankton Fragments: Four Chemically Distinct Types of Marine Primary Organic Aerosol Classified by Single Particle Spectromicroscopy,” Hawkins, L.N. and Russell, L.M.,  Advances in Meteorology, 2010, vol. 2010, 61213.

5.  “Carbohydrate-Like Composition of Submicron Atmospheric Particles and their Production from Ocean Bubble Bursting,” Russell, L.M., Hawkins, L.N., Frossard, A.A., Quinn, P.K., and Bates, T.S., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2010, 107 (15) 6652.

4.  “Carboxylic acids, sulfates, and organosulfates in processed continental organic. aerosol over the southeast Pacific Ocean during VOCALS-REx 2008,” Hawkins, L.N., Russell, L.M., Covert, D.S., Quinn, P.K., and Bates, T.S., Journal of Geophysical Research, 2010, 115, D13201.

3.  “Organic aerosol characterization by complementary measurements of chemical bonds and molecular fragments,” Russell, L.M., Bahadur, R., Hawkins, L.N., Allan, J., Baumgardner, D., Quinn, K.P., and Bates, T.S., Atmospheric Environment, 2009, 43, 6100-6105.

2.  “Oxygenated fraction and mass of organic aerosol from direct emission and atmospheric processing measured on the R/V Ronald Brown during TEXAQS/ GoMACCS 2006,” Russell, L.M., Takahama, S., Liu, S., Hawkins, L.N., Covert, Quinn, P.K., and Bates, T.S., Journal of Geophysical Research, 2009, 114.

1.  “Uniform particle-droplet partitioning of 18 organic and elemental components measured in and below DYCOMS-II stratocumulus clouds, “Hawkins, L.N., Russell, L.M., Twohy, C.H., and Anderson, J.R., Journal of Geophysical Research, 2008, 113, D14201.