Bio


The main goal of Jacobson's research is to understand physical, chemical, and dynamical processes in the atmosphere better in order to solve atmospheric problems, such as global warming and urban air pollution, with improved scientific insight and more accurate predictive tools. He also evaluates the atmospheric and health effects of proposed energy- and transportation solutions to global warming and air pollution, maps renewable energy resources, and studies optimal methods of integrating renewable electricity into the grid.

Academic Appointments


Honors & Awards


  • Career Early Development Award, National Science Foundation (1995-1998)
  • New Investigator Award, NASA (1999-2002)
  • Henry G. Houghton, American Meteorological Society (2005)
  • Editors’ Citation for Excellence in Refereeing, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres (2005)
  • Most-accessed article, Journal, Environmental Science & Technology (2007)
  • Partial share of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize as a research contributor to and reviewer, Norwegian Nobel Committee (2007)
  • Editor Highlight, Geophysical Research (2008)
  • Noteworthy Journal Article, Economist.com (2009)
  • Top 3 Most Interesting Science and Technology News, Blogher (2008)
  • Top-downloaded paper, Journal of Geophysical Research Journals (2009)
  • All-time top-downloaded paper, Stanford University School of Engineering (2011)
  • Top-cited first author, Stanford University School of Engineering (1994-2009)

Professional Education


  • PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, Atmospheric Sciences (1994)
  • MS, University of California, Los Angeles, Atmospheric Sciences (1991)
  • MS, Stanford University, Environmental Engineering (1988)
  • BS, Stanford University, Civil Engineering (1988)
  • BA, Stanford University, Economics (1988)

2013-14 Courses


Journal Articles


  • Comparison of model estimates of the effects of aviation emissions on atmospheric ozone and methane J. Geophys. Res. Olsen, S., C., Brasseur, G., P., Wuebbles, D., J., Barrett, S., R.H., Dang, H., Eastham, S., D., Jacobson, M. Z. 2014; 40: 6004-6009
  • Effects of plume versus grid-scale treatment of aircraft exhaust photochemistry Geophys. Res. Lett. Cameron, M., A., Jacobson, M., Z., Naiman, A., D., Lele, S., K. 2014; 40: 5815-5820
  • Geographical and seasonal variability of the global "practical" wind resources APPLIED GEOGRAPHY Archer, C. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2013; 45: 119-130
  • Comparison of model estimates of the effects of aviation emissions on atmospheric ozone and methane GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Olsen, S. C., Brasseur, G. P., Wuebbles, D. J., Barrett, S. R., Dang, H., Eastham, S. D., Jacobson, M. Z., Khodayari, A., Selkirk, H., Sokolov, A., Unger, N. 2013; 40 (22): 6004-6009
  • Effects of plume-scale versus grid-scale treatment of aircraft exhaust photochemistry GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Cameron, M. A., Jacobson, M. Z., Naiman, A. D., Lele, S. K. 2013; 40 (21): 5815-5820
  • Response to comment on paper examining the feasibility of changing New York state's energy infrastructure to one derived from wind, water, and sunlight ENERGY POLICY Jacobson, M. Z., Howarth, R. W., Delucchi, M. A., Scobie, S. R., Barth, J. M., Dvorak, M. J., Klevze, M., Katkhuda, H., Miranda, B., Chowdhury, N. A., Jones, R., Plano, L., Ingraffea, A. R. 2013; 62: 1212-1215
  • US East Coast offshore wind energy resources and their relationship to peak-time electricity demand WIND ENERGY Dvorak, M. J., Corcoran, B. A., Ten Hoeve, J. E., McIntyre, N. G., Jacobson, M. Z. 2013; 16 (7): 977-997

    View details for DOI 10.1002/we.1524

    View details for Web of Science ID 000328327500001

  • Meeting the world's energy needs entirely with wind, water, and solar power BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS Delucchi, M. A., Jacobson, M. Z. 2013; 69 (4): 30-40
  • Response to Trainer's second commentary on a plan to power the world with wind, water, and solar power ENERGY POLICY Jacobson, M. Z., Delucchi, M. A. 2013; 57: 641-643
  • Examining the feasibility of converting New York State's all-purpose energy infrastructure to one using wind, water, and sunlight ENERGY POLICY Jacobson, M. Z., Howarth, R. W., Delucchi, M. A., Scobie, S. R., Barth, J. M., Dvorak, M. J., Klevze, M., Katkhuda, H., Miranda, B., Chowdhury, N. A., Jones, R., Plano, L., Ingraffea, A. R. 2013; 57: 585-601
  • Comment on "Radiative Absorption Enhancements Due to the Mixing State of Atmospheric Black Carbon" SCIENCE Jacobson, M. Z. 2013; 339 (6118)

    Abstract

    Cappa et al. (Reports, 31 August 2012, p. 1078) suggest that black carbon (BC) in a mixture absorbs only ~6% more sunlight than when volatile chemicals are evaporated from the mixture, and state that "many climate models may overestimate warming by BC." However, the authors misinterpret at least some model results and omit optical focusing at high relative humidity and of involatile components. Thus, their conclusion about model error is not demonstrated.

    View details for DOI 10.1126/science.1229920

    View details for Web of Science ID 000313960700019

    View details for PubMedID 23349272

  • Measuring and modeling the hygroscopic growth of two humic substances in mixed aerosol particles of atmospheric relevance ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS Zamora, I. R., Jacobson, M. Z. 2013; 13 (17): 8973-8989
  • The effects of aircraft on climate and pollution. Part II: 20-year impacts of exhaust from all commercial aircraft worldwide treated individually at the subgrid scale Faraday Discussions Jacobson, M., Z., Wilkerson, J., T., Naiman, A., D., Lele, S., K. 2013

    View details for DOI 10.1039/C3FD00034F

  • Examining the feasibility of converting New York State’s all-purpose energy infrastructure to one using wind, water, and sunlight Energy Policy Jacobson, M., Z., Howarth, R., W., Delucchi, M., A., Scobies, S., R., Barth, J., M., Dvorak, M., J. 2013; 57: 585-601
  • Bounding the role of black carbon in the climate system: A scientific assessment J. Geophys. Res. Bond, T., C., Doherty, S., J., Fahey, D., W., Forster, P., M., Berntsen, T., Boucher, O., Jacobson, M. Z. 2013

    View details for DOI 10.1002/jgrd.50171

  • Geographical and seasonal variability of the global “practical” wind resources Applied Geography Archer, C., L., Jacobson, M., Z. 2013; 45: 119-130
  • The effects of aircraft on climate and pollution. Part II: 20-year impacts of exhaust from all commercial aircraft worldwide treated individually at the subgrid scale FARADAY DISCUSSIONS Jacobson, M. Z., Wilkerson, J. T., Naiman, A. D., Lele, S. K. 2013; 165: 369-382

    View details for DOI 10.1039/c3fd00034f

    View details for Web of Science ID 000329068600019

  • Coupling of highly explicit gas and aqueous chemistry mechanisms for use in 3-D ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Ginnebaugh, D. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 62: 408-415
  • Expected Body Weight in Adolescents: Comparison Between Weight-for-Stature and BMI Methods PEDIATRICS Golden, N. H., Yang, W., Jacobson, M. S., Robinson, T. N., Shaw, G. M. 2012; 130 (6): E1607-E1613

    Abstract

    To test the hypothesis that the weight-for-stature (WFS) and BMI methods are not equivalent in determining expected body weight (EBW) in adolescents with eating disorders and to determine the sensitivity, specificity, and positive predictive value of each method to detect those <75% EBW. We hypothesized that differences in EBW would be greatest at the extremes of height.EBW was determined for 12 047 individual adolescents aged 12 to 19 years by the WFS and BMI methods by utilizing the same National Center for Health Statistics data sets. Absolute difference between the 2 methods for each individual was calculated and plotted against height by using a generalized additive model. The number of individuals whose weights were <75% EBW was determined by each method.For girls, EBW was 3.52 ± 3.13% higher when using the WFS method compared with the BMI method. For boys, EBW(WFS) was 3.45 ± 2.72% higher than EBW(BMI). Among adolescent girls, 65% had EBW(WFS) higher than EBW(BMI). By using the EBW(WFS) method as the gold standard, specificity of the EBW(BMI) method to detect those <75% EBW was 0.999, but sensitivity was only 0.329. Absolute differences in EBW were most pronounced at the extremes of height.The WFS and BMI methods are not equivalent in determining EBW in adolescents and are not interchangeable. EBW(WFS) was ~3.5% higher than EBW(BMI). In adolescents with eating disorders, use of the BMI method will underestimate the degree of malnutrition compared with the WFS method. Which method better predicts meaningful clinical outcomes remains to be determined.

    View details for DOI 10.1542/peds.2012-0897

    View details for Web of Science ID 000314802000024

    View details for PubMedID 23147977

  • The effects of rerouting aircraft around the arctic circle on arctic and global climate CLIMATIC CHANGE Jacobson, M. Z., Wilkerson, J. T., Balasubramanian, S., Cooper, W. W., Mohleji, N. 2012; 115 (3-4): 709-724
  • Examining the impacts of ethanol (E85) versus gasoline photochemical production of smog in a fog using near-explicit gas- and aqueous-chemistry mechanisms ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS Ginnebaugh, D. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 7 (4)
  • Saturation wind power potential and its implications for wind energy PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Jacobson, M. Z., Archer, C. L. 2012; 109 (39): 15679-15684

    Abstract

    Wind turbines convert kinetic to electrical energy, which returns to the atmosphere as heat to regenerate some potential and kinetic energy. As the number of wind turbines increases over large geographic regions, power extraction first increases linearly, but then converges to a saturation potential not identified previously from physical principles or turbine properties. These saturation potentials are >250 terawatts (TW) at 100 m globally, approximately 80 TW at 100 m over land plus coastal ocean outside Antarctica, and approximately 380 TW at 10 km in the jet streams. Thus, there is no fundamental barrier to obtaining half (approximately 5.75 TW) or several times the world's all-purpose power from wind in a 2030 clean-energy economy.

    View details for DOI 10.1073/pnas.1208993109

    View details for Web of Science ID 000309604500037

    View details for PubMedID 23019353

  • Worldwide health effects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Ten Hoeve, J. E., Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 5 (9): 8743-8757

    View details for DOI 10.1039/c2ee22019a

    View details for Web of Science ID 000307595000034

  • Reply to the 'Opinion on "Worldwide health effects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident"' by B. Richter, Energy Environ. Sci., 2012, 5, DOI: 10.1039/c2ee22658h" ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Ten Hoeve, J. E., Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 5 (9): 8760-8760

    View details for DOI 10.1039/c2ee22659f

    View details for Web of Science ID 000307595000036

  • Effects of aggregating electric load in the United States ENERGY POLICY Corcoran, B. A., Jenkins, N., Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 46: 399-416
  • Importance of composition and hygroscopicity of BC particles to the effect of BC mitigation on cloud properties: Application to California conditions JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Bahadur, R., Russell, L. M., Jacobson, M. Z., Prather, K., Nenes, A., Adams, P., Seinfeld, J. H. 2012; 117
  • Response to "A critique of Jacobson and Delucchi's proposals for a world renewable energy supply" by Ted Trainer ENERGY POLICY Delucchi, M. A., Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 44: 482-484
  • The carbon abatement potential of high penetration intermittent renewables ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Hart, E. K., Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 5 (5): 6592-6601

    View details for DOI 10.1039/c2ee03490e

    View details for Web of Science ID 000303251500001

  • Comparing results from a physical model with satellite and in situ observations to determine whether biomass burning aerosols over the Amazon brighten or burn off clouds JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Ten Hoeve, J. E., Jacobson, M. Z., Remer, L. A. 2012; 117
  • Recent shift from forest to savanna burning in the Amazon Basin observed by satellite ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS Ten Hoeve, J. E., Remer, L. A., Correia, A. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 7 (2)
  • Investigating cloud absorption effects: Global absorption properties of black carbon, tar balls, and soil dust in clouds and aerosols JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 117
  • Where is the ideal location for a US East Coast offshore grid? GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Dvorak, M. J., Stoutenburg, E. D., Archer, C. L., Kempton, W., Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 39
  • Effects of Urban Surfaces and White Roofs on Global and Regional Climate JOURNAL OF CLIMATE Jacobson, M. Z., Ten Hoeve, J. E. 2012; 25 (3): 1028-1044
  • The Potential of Intermittent Renewables to Meet Electric Power Demand: Current Methods and Emerging Analytical Techniques PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE Hart, E. K., Stoutenburg, E. D., Jacobson, M. Z. 2012; 100 (2): 322-334
  • Effects of urban surfaces and white roofs on global climate J. Climate Jacobson, M., Z., Ten Hoeve, J., E. 2012; 25: 1028-1044
  • U.S. East Coast offshore wind energy resources and their relationship to peak-time electricity demand Wind Energy Dvorak, M., J., Corcoran, B., A., Ten Hoeve, J., E., McIntyre, N., G., Jacobson, M., Z. 2012

    View details for DOI 10.1002/we.1524

  • Where is the ideal location for a U.S. East Coast offshore grid Geophys. Res. Lett. Dvorak, M., J., Stoutenburg, E., D., Archer, C., L., Kempton, W., Jacobson, M., Z. 2012; 39 (L06804)

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2011GL050659

  • Examining the impacts of ethanol (E85) versus gasoline production of smog in a fog using near-explicit gas- and aqueous-chemistry mechanisms Environmental Research Letters Ginnebaugh, D., L., Jacobson, M., Z. 2012; 7 (45901)
  • Hygroscopic growth of common organic aerosol solutes, including humic substances, as derived from water activity measurements JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Zamora, I. R., Tabazadeh, A., Golden, D. M., Jacobson, M. Z. 2011; 116
  • CVPS: An operator solving complex chemical and vertical processes simultaneously with sparse-matrix techniques ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Liang, J., Jacobson, M. Z. 2011; 45 (37): 6820-6827
  • Large eddy simulations of contrail development: Sensitivity to initial and ambient conditions over first twenty minutes JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Naiman, A. D., Lele, S. K., Jacobson, M. Z. 2011; 116
  • Reducing Offshore Transmission Requirements by Combining Offshore Wind and Wave Farms IEEE JOURNAL OF OCEANIC ENGINEERING Stoutenburg, E. D., Jacobson, M. Z. 2011; 36 (4): 552-561
  • Measurements of Aerosol Chemistry during New Particle Formation Events at a Remote Rural Mountain Site ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Creamean, J. M., Ault, A. P., Ten Hoeve, J. E., Jacobson, M. Z., Roberts, G. C., Prather, K. A. 2011; 45 (19): 8208-8216

    Abstract

    Determining the major sources of particles that act as cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) represents a critical step in the development of a more fundamental understanding of aerosol impacts on cloud formation and climate. Reported herein are direct measurements of the CCN activity of newly formed ambient particles, measured at a remote rural site in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California. Nucleation events in the winter of 2009 occurred during two pristine periods following precipitation, with higher gas-phase SO(2) concentrations during the second period, when faster particle growth occurred (7-8 nm/h). Amines, as opposed to ammonia, and sulfate were detected in the particle phase throughout new particle formation (NPF) events, increasing in number as the particles grew to larger sizes. Interestingly, long-range transport of SO(2) from Asia appeared to potentially play a role in NPF during faster particle growth. Understanding the propensity of newly formed particles to act as CCN is critical for predicting the effects of NPF on orographic cloud formation during winter storms along the Sierra Nevada Mountain range. The potential impact of newly formed particles in remote regions needs to be compared with that of transported urban aerosols when evaluating the impact of aerosols on clouds and climate.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/es103692f

    View details for Web of Science ID 000295245600037

    View details for PubMedID 21809849

  • A Monte Carlo approach to generator portfolio planning and carbon emissions assessments of systems with large penetrations of variable renewables RENEWABLE ENERGY Hart, E. K., Jacobson, M. Z. 2011; 36 (8): 2278-2286
  • Vertical mixing of commercial aviation emissions from cruise altitude to the surface JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Whitt, D. B., Jacobson, M. Z., Wilkerson, J. T., Naiman, A. D., Lele, S. K. 2011; 116
  • The effects of aircraft on climate and pollution. Part I: Numerical methods for treating the subgrid evolution of discrete size- and composition-resolved contrails from all commercial flights worldwide JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Jacobson, M. Z., Wilkerson, J. T., Naiman, A. D., Lele, S. K. 2011; 230 (12): 5115-5132
  • A mass, energy, vorticity, and potential enstrophy conserving lateral boundary scheme for the shallow water equations using piecewise linear boundary approximations JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Ketefian, G. S., Jacobson, M. Z. 2011; 230 (8): 2751-2793
  • Providing all global energy with wind, water, and solar power, Part II: Reliability, system and transmission costs, and policies ENERGY POLICY Delucchi, M. A., Jacobson, M. Z. 2011; 39 (3): 1170-1190
  • Providing all global energy with wind, water, and solar power, Part I: Technologies, energy resources, quantities and areas of infrastructure, and materials ENERGY POLICY Jacobson, M. Z., Delucchi, M. A. 2011; 39 (3): 1154-1169
  • Numerical Solution to Drop Coalescence/Breakup with a Volume-Conserving, Positive-Definite, and Unconditionally Stable Scheme JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES Jacobson, M. Z. 2011; 68 (2): 334-346
  • Microphysical and radiative effects of aerosols on warm clouds during the Amazon biomass burning season as observed by MODIS: impacts of water vapor and land cover ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS Ten Hoeve, J. E., Remer, L. A., Jacobson, M. Z. 2011; 11 (7): 3021-3036
  • Water activity limits the hygroscopic growth factor of organic aerosols J. Geophys. Res. Zamora, I., R., Tabazadeh, A., Golden, D., M., Jacobson, M., Z. 2011; 116 (D23207)

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2011JD016067

  • Large eddy simulations of contrail development: Sensitivity to initial and ambient conditions over twenty minutes J. Geophys. Res. Naiman, A., D., Lele, S., K., Jacobson, M., Z. 2011; 116 (D21208)
  • Numerical Solution to Drop Coalescence/Breakup With a Volume-Conserving, Positive-Definite, and Unconditionally-Stable Scheme J. Atmos. Sci. Jacobson, M., Z. 2011; 68: 334-346

    View details for DOI 10.1175/2010JAS3605.1

  • Power output variations of co-located offshore wind turbines and wave energy converters in California RENEWABLE ENERGY Stoutenburg, E. D., Jenkins, N., Jacobson, M. Z. 2010; 35 (12): 2781-2791
  • A comparative study of nucleation parameterizations: 1. Examination and evaluation of the formulations JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Zhang, Y., McMurry, P. H., Yu, F., Jacobson, M. Z. 2010; 115
  • A comparative study of nucleation parameterizations: 2. Three-dimensional model application and evaluation JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Zhang, Y., Liu, P., Liu, X., Jacobson, M. Z., McMurry, P. H., Yu, F., Yu, S., Schere, K. L. 2010; 115
  • Fine scale modeling of wintertime aerosol mass, number, and size distributions in central California JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Zhang, Y., Liu, P., Liu, X., Pun, B., Seigneur, C., Jacobson, M. Z., Wang, W. 2010; 115
  • Short-term effects of controlling fossil-fuel soot, biofuel soot and gases, and methane on climate, Arctic ice, and air pollution health JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2010; 115
  • Global-through-urban nested three-dimensional simulation of air pollution with a 13,600-reaction photochemical mechanism JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z., Ginnebaugh, D. L. 2010; 115
  • California offshore wind energy potential RENEWABLE ENERGY Dvorak, M. J., Archer, C. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2010; 35 (6): 1244-1254
  • Enhancement of Local Air Pollution by Urban CO2 Domes ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Jacobson, M. Z. 2010; 44 (7): 2497-2502

    Abstract

    Data suggest that domes of high CO(2) levels form over cities. Despite our knowledge of these domes for over a decade, no study has contemplated their effects on air pollution or health. In fact, all air pollution regulations worldwide assume arbitrarily that such domes have no local health impact, and carbon policy proposals, such as "cap and trade", implicitly assume that CO(2) impacts are the same regardless of where emissions occur. Here, it is found through data-evaluated numerical modeling with telescoping domains from the globe to the U.S., California, and Los Angeles, that local CO(2) emissions in isolation may increase local ozone and particulate matter. Although health impacts of such changes are uncertain, they are of concern, and it is estimated that that local CO(2) emissions may increase premature mortality by 50-100 and 300-1000/yr in California and the U.S., respectively. As such, reducing locally emitted CO(2) may reduce local air pollution mortality even if CO(2) in adjacent regions is not controlled. If correct, this result contradicts the basis for air pollution regulations worldwide, none of which considers controlling local CO(2) based on its local health impacts. It also suggests that a "cap and trade" policy should consider the location of CO(2) emissions, as the underlying assumption of the policy is incorrect.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/es903018m

    View details for Web of Science ID 000275993700043

    View details for PubMedID 20218542

  • Examining the temperature dependence of ethanol (E85) versus gasoline emissions on air pollution with a largely-explicit chemical mechanism ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Ginnebaugh, D. L., Liang, J., Jacobson, M. Z. 2010; 44 (9): 1192-1199
  • The global-through-urban nested 3-D simulation of air pollution with a 13,600-reaction photochemical mechanism J. Geophys.Res. Jacobson, M., Z., Ginnebaugh, D., L. 2010; 115 (D14304)

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2009JD013289

  • Analysis of emission data from global commercial aviation: 2004 and 2006 ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS Wilkerson, J. T., Jacobson, M. Z., Malwitz, A., Balasubramanian, S., Wayson, R., Fleming, G., Naiman, A. D., Lele, S. K. 2010; 10 (13): 6391-6408
  • Parameterization of subgrid plume dilution for use in large-scale atmospheric simulations ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS Naiman, A. D., Lele, S. K., Wilkerson, J. T., Jacobson, M. Z. 2010; 10 (5): 2551-2560
  • A comparative study of homogeneous nucleation parameterizations, Part II. Three-dimensional model application and evaluation J. Geophys. Res. Zhang, Y., Liu, P., Liu, X., H., Jacobson, M., Z., McMurry, P., H., Yu, F. 2010; 115 (D20213)

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2010JD014151

  • Parameterization of subgrid aircraft emission plumes for use in large-scale atmospheric simulations Atmos. Chem. Phys. Naiman, A., D., Lele, S., K., Wilkerson, J., T., Jacobson, M., Z. 2010; 10: 2551-2560
  • A comparative study of homogenous nucleation parameterizations,Part I. Examination and evaluation of the formulations J. Geophys. Res. Zhang, Y., McMurry, P., H., Yu, F., Jacobson, M., Z. 2010; 115 (D20212)

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2010JD014150

  • Investigating the Effect of Large Wind Farms on Energy in the Atmosphere ENERGIES Maria, M. R., Jacobson, M. Z. 2009; 2 (4): 816-838

    View details for DOI 10.3390/en20400816

    View details for Web of Science ID 000276704900002

  • Probing into regional O-3 and particulate matter pollution in the United States: 2. An examination of formation mechanisms through a process analysis technique and sensitivity study JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Zhang, Y., Wen, X., Wang, K., Vijayaraghavan, K., Jacobson, M. Z. 2009; 114
  • Probing into regional ozone and particulate matter pollution in the United States: 1. A 1 year CMAQ simulation and evaluation using surface and satellite data JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Zhang, Y., Vijayaraghavan, K., Wen, X., Snell, H. E., Jacobson, M. Z. 2009; 114
  • A PATH TO SUSTAINABLE ENERGY BY 2030 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Jacobson, M. Z., Delucchi, M. A. 2009; 301 (5): 58-65

    View details for Web of Science ID 000271039000030

    View details for PubMedID 19873905

  • Influence of future anthropogenic emissions on climate, natural emissions, and air quality JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z., Streets, D. G. 2009; 114
  • A mass, energy, vorticity, and potential enstrophy conserving lateral fluid-land boundary scheme for the shallow water equations JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Ketefian, G. S., Jacobson, M. Z. 2009; 228 (1): 1-32
  • Review of solutions to global warming, air pollution, and energy security ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Jacobson, M. Z. 2009; 2 (2): 148-173

    View details for DOI 10.1039/b809990c

    View details for Web of Science ID 000263888900001

  • Probing into regional O3 and particulate matter pollution in the United States: 2. An examination of formation mechanisms through a process analysis technique and sensitivity study J. Geophys. Res. Zhang, Y., Wen, X., Wang, K., Vijayaraghavan, K., Jacobson, M., Z. 2009; 114 (D22305)

    View details for DOI 1029/2009JD011900

  • Probing into regional O3 and PM pollution in the U.S., 1. A 1 year CMAQ simulation and evaluation using surface and satellite data J. Geophys. Res. Zhang, Y., Wen, X., Y., Wang, K., Vijayaraghavan, K., Jacobson, M., Z. 2009; 114 (D22304)

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2009JD011898

  • A mass, energy, vorticity, and potential enstrophy conserving boundary treatment scheme for the shallow water equations J. Comp. Phys. Ketefian, G., S., Jacobson, M., Z. 2009; 228: 1-32
  • Effects of biofuels vs. other new vehicle technologies on air pollution, global warming, land use, and water Int. J. Biotechnology Jacobson, M., Z. 2009; 11: 14-59
  • Short-term effects of agriculture on air pollution and climate in California JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2008; 113
  • Prospects for Future Climate Change and the Reasons for Early Action JOURNAL OF THE AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION Edgerton, S. A., MacCracken, M. C., Jacobson, M. Z., Ayala, A., Whitman, C. E., Trexler, M. C. 2008; 58 (11): 1386-1400

    View details for DOI 10.3155/1047-3289.58.11.1386

    View details for Web of Science ID 000260886300001

    View details for PubMedID 19044154

  • Exploring wind energy potential off the California coast GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Jiang, Q., Doyle, J. D., Haack, T., Dvorak, M. J., Archer, C. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2008; 35 (20)
  • Effects of wind-powered hydrogen fuel cell vehicles on stratospheric ozone and global climate GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Jacobson, M. Z. 2008; 35 (19)
  • Coupling and evaluating gas/particle mass transfer treatments for aerosol simulation and forecast JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Hu, X., Zhang, Y., Jacobson, M. Z., Chan, C. K. 2008; 113 (D11)
  • Treatment goal weight in adolescents with anorexia nervosa: Use of BMI percentiles INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS Golden, N. H., Jacobson, M. S., Sterling, W. M., Hertz, S. 2008; 41 (4): 301-306

    Abstract

    There is a lack of consensus as to how to determine treatment goal weight in the growing adolescent with anorexia nervosa (AN). Resumption of menses (ROM) is an indicator of biological health and weight at ROM can be used as a treatment goal weight. This study determined the BMI percentile for age at which ROM occurs.A secondary analysis of a prospective cohort study examining 56 adolescent females with AN, aged 12-19 years, followed every 3 months until ROM. BMI percentiles for age and gender at ROM were determined using the nutrition module of Epi Info 2002.At 1-year follow-up, 36 participants (64.3%) resumed menses and 20 (35.7%) remained amenorrheic. Mean BMI percentile at ROM was 27.1 (95% CI = 20.0-34.2). Fifty percent of participants who resumed menses, did so at a BMI percentile between the 14th and 39th percentile.A BMI percentile range of 14th-39th percentile can be used to assign a treatment goal weight, with adjustments for prior weight, stage of pubertal development, and anticipated growth.

    View details for DOI 10.1002/eat.20503

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  • On the causal link between carbon dioxide and air pollution mortality GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Jacobson, M. Z. 2008; 35 (3)
  • Evaluation and improvement of gas/particle mass transfer treatments for aerosol simulation and forecast J. Geophys. Res. Hu, X., M., Zhang, Y., Jacobson, M., Z., Chan, C., K. 2008; 113 (D11208)

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  • Examining feedbacks of aerosols to urban climate with a model that treats 3-D clouds with aerosol inclusions JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z., Kaufman, Y. J., Rudich, Y. 2007; 112 (D24)
  • Supplying baseload power and reducing transmission requirements by interconnecting wind farms JOURNAL OF APPLIED METEOROLOGY AND CLIMATOLOGY Archer, C. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2007; 46 (11): 1701-1717
  • Effects of ethanol (E85) versus gasoline vehicles on cancer and mortality in the United States ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Jacobson, M. Z. 2007; 41 (11): 4150-4157

    Abstract

    Ethanol use in vehicle fuel is increasing worldwide, but the potential cancer risk and ozone-related health consequences of a large-scale conversion from gasoline to ethanol have not been examined. Here, a nested global-through-urban air pollution/weather forecast model is combined with high-resolution future emission inventories, population data, and health effects data to examine the effect of converting from gasoline to E85 on cancer, mortality, and hospitalization in the United States as a whole and Los Angeles in particular. Under the base-case emission scenario derived, which accounted for projected improvements in gasoline and E85 vehicle emission controls, it was found that E85 (85% ethanol fuel, 15% gasoline) may increase ozone-related mortality, hospitalization, and asthma by about 9% in Los Angeles and 4% in the United States as a whole relative to 100% gasoline. Ozone increases in Los Angeles and the northeast were partially offset by decreases in the southeast. E85 also increased peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN) in the U.S. but was estimated to cause little change in cancer risk. Due to its ozone effects, future E85 may be a greater overall public health risk than gasoline. However, because of the uncertainty in future emission regulations, it can be concluded with confidence only that E85 is unlikely to improve air quality over future gasoline vehicles. Unburned ethanol emissions from E85 may result in a global-scale source of acetaldehyde larger than that of direct emissions.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/es062085v

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  • Estimates of atmospheric dry deposition and associated input of nutrients to Gulf of Aqaba seawater JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Chen, Y., Mills, S., Street, J., Golan, D., Post, A., Jacobson, M., Paytan, A. 2007; 112 (D4)
  • Large CO2 reductions via offshore wind power matched to inherent storage in energy end-uses GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Kempton, W., Archer, C. L., Dhanju, A., Garvine, R. W., Jacobson, M. Z. 2007; 34 (2)
  • Wind reduction by aerosol particles GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Jacobson, M. Z., Kaufman, Y. J. 2006; 33 (24)
  • Comment on "fully coupled 'online' chemistry within the WRF model," by Grell et al., 2005. Atmospheric Environment 39, 6957-6975 ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Jacobson, M. Z. 2006; 40 (24): 4646-4648
  • Effects of externally-through-internally-mixed soot inclusions within clouds and precipitation on global climate JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A Jacobson, M. Z. 2006; 110 (21): 6860-6873

    Abstract

    This paper examines the incremental global climate response of black carbon (BC), the main component of soot, due to absorption and scattering by BC inclusions within cloud and precipitation particles. Modeled soot is emitted as an externally mixed aerosol particle. It evolves to an internal mixture through condensation, hydration, dissolution, dissociation, crystallization, aqueous chemistry, coagulation, and cloud processing. Size-resolved cloud liquid and ice particles grow by condensation onto size-resolved soot and other particles. Cloud particles grow to precipitation by coagulation and the Bergeron process. Cloud and precipitation particles also undergo freezing, melting, evaporation, sublimation, and coagulation with interstitial aerosol particles. Soot, which is tracked in cloud and precipitation particles of all sizes, is removed by rainout, washout, sedimentation, and dry deposition. Two methods of treating the optics of BC in size-resolved cloud liquid, ice and graupel are compared: the core-shell approximation (CSA) and the iterative dynamic effective medium approximation (DEMA). The 10-year global near-surface incremental temperature response due to fossil fuel (ff), biofuel (bf), and biomass burning (bb) BC within clouds with the DEMA was slightly stronger than that with the CSA, but both enhancements were <+0.05 K. The ff+bf portion may be approximately 60% of the total, suggesting that BC inclusions within clouds may enhance the near-surface temperature response of ff+bf soot due to all processes (estimated as approximately 0.27 K), by <10%, strengthening the possible climate impact of BC. BC cloud absorption was also found to increase water vapor, decrease precipitation, and decrease cloud fraction. The increase in water vapor at the expense of precipitation contributed to warming in addition to that of the cloud BC absorption itself. Aerosol-hydrometeor coagulation followed by hydrometeor evaporation may have caused almost twice the BC internal mixing as aerosol-aerosol coagulation.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/jp056391r

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  • Comment on "Evaluation of a wind power parameterization using tower observations'' by Steven M. Lazarus and Jennifer Bewley JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Archer, C., Jacobson, M. Z. 2006; 111 (D10)
  • A numerical model of the partitioning of trace chemical solutes during drop freezing JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY Stuart, A. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2006; 53 (1): 13-42
  • Comments on "The semidirect aerosol effect: Comparison of a single-column model with large eddy simulation for marine stratocumulus" JOURNAL OF CLIMATE Jacobson, M. Z. 2006; 19 (1): 150-151
  • Aerosol reduction of the wind Geophys. Res. Lett. Jacobson, M., Z., Kaufmann, Y., J. 2006; 33 (L24814)

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2006GL027838

  • Effects of absorption by soot inclusions within clouds and precipitation on global climate J. Phys. Chem. A Jacobson, M., Z. 2006; 110: 6860-6873
  • Enhanced coagulation due to evaporation and its effect on nanoparticle evolution ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Jacobson, M. Z., Kittelson, D. B., Watts, W. F. 2005; 39 (24): 9486-9492

    Abstract

    A new explanation for the evolution of particles near a roadway is proposed. The explanation starts with data that suggest that small (<15 nm) liquid nanoparticles shed semivolatile organics (

    View details for DOI 10.1021/es0500299

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  • Switching to a US hydrogen fuel cell vehicle fleet: The resultant change in emissions, energy use, and greenhouse gases JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES Colella, W. G., Jacobson, M. Z., GOLDEN, D. M. 2005; 150: 150-181
  • The Santa Cruz eddy. Part II: Mechanisms of formation MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW Archer, C. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2005; 133 (8): 2387-2405
  • Evaluation of global wind power JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Archer, C. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2005; 110 (D12)
  • Cleaning the air and improving health with hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles SCIENCE Jacobson, M. Z., Colella, W. G., GOLDEN, D. M. 2005; 308 (5730): 1901-1905

    Abstract

    Converting all U.S. onroad vehicles to hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles (HFCVs) may improve air quality, health, and climate significantly, whether the hydrogen is produced by steam reforming of natural gas, wind electrolysis, or coal gasification. Most benefits would result from eliminating current vehicle exhaust. Wind and natural gas HFCVs offer the greatest potential health benefits and could save 3700 to 6400 U.S. lives annually. Wind HFCVs should benefit climate most. An all-HFCV fleet would hardly affect tropospheric water vapor concentrations. Conversion to coal HFCVs may improve health but would damage climate more than fossil/electric hybrids. The real cost of hydrogen from wind electrolysis may be below that of U.S. gasoline.

    View details for DOI 10.1126/science.1109157

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    View details for PubMedID 15976300

  • Studying ocean acidification with conservative, stable numerical schemes for nonequilibrium air-ocean exchange and ocean equilibrium chemistry JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2005; 110 (D7)
  • The Santa Cruz eddy. Part I: Observations and statistics MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW Archer, C. L., Jacobson, M. Z., Ludwig, F. L. 2005; 133 (4): 767-782
  • A solution to the problem of nonequilibrium acid/base gas-particle transfer at long time step AEROSOL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Jacobson, M. Z. 2005; 39 (2): 92-103
  • A refined method of parameterizing absorption coefficients among multiple gases simultaneously from line-by-line data JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES Jacobson, M. Z. 2005; 62 (2): 506-517
  • Cleaning the air and improving health with hydrogen fuel cell vehicles Science Jacobson, M., Z., Colella, W., G., Golden, D., M. 2005; 308: 1901-1905
  • Switching to a U.S. hydrogen fuel cell vehicle fleet: The resultant change in emissions, energy use, and global warming gases J. Power Sources Colella, W., G., Jacobson, M., Z., Golden, D., M. 2005; 150: 150-181
  • Climate response of fossil fuel and biofuel soot, accounting for soot's feedback to snow and sea ice albedo and emissivity JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2004; 109 (D21)
  • Spatial and temporal distributions of US winds and wind power at 80 m derived from measurements (vol 108, pg 4289, 2003) JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Archer, C. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2004; 109 (D20)
  • The short-term cooling but long-term global warming due to biomass burning JOURNAL OF CLIMATE Jacobson, M. Z. 2004; 17 (15): 2909-2926
  • Chemical retention during dry growth riming JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Stuart, A. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2004; 109 (D7)
  • Evolution of nanoparticle size and mixing state near the point of emission ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Jacobson, M. Z., Seinfeld, J. H. 2004; 38 (13): 1839-1850
  • The effect on photochemical smog of converting the US fleet of gasoline vehicles to modern diesel vehicles GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Jacobson, M. Z., Seinfeld, J. H., Carmichael, G. R., Streets, D. G. 2004; 31 (2)
  • Development and application of the model of aerosol dynamics, reaction, ionization, and dissolution (MADRID) JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Zhang, Y., Pun, B., Vijayaraghavan, K., Wu, S. Y., Seigneur, C., Pandis, S. N., Jacobson, M. Z., Nenes, A., Seinfeld, J. H. 2004; 109 (D1)
  • The climate response of fossil-fuel and biofuel soot, accounting for soot's feedback to snow and sea ice albedo and emissivity J. Geophys. Res. Jacobson, M., Z. 2004

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2004JD004945

  • The effect on photochemical smog of converting the U.S. fleet of gasoline vehicles to modern diesel vehicles Geophys. Res.Lett. Jacobson, M., Z., Seinfeld, J., H., Carmichael, G., R., Streets, D., G. 2004; 31 (L02116)

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2003GL018448

  • Volatile chemical retention during dry-growth riming: A model. J. Geophys. Res. Stuart, A., L., Jacobson, M., Z. 2004; 109 (D07305)

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2003JD004197

  • Reply to comment by D. P. Chock et al. on "Control of fossil-fuel particulate black carbon and organic matter, possibly the most effective method of slowing global warming" JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2003; 108 (D24)
  • Reply to comment by J. E. Penner on "Control of fossil-fuel particulate black carbon and organic matter, possibly the most effective method of slowing global warming" JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2003; 108 (D24)
  • Reply to comment by J. Feichter et al. on "Control of fossil-fuel particulate black carbon and organic matter, possibly the most effective method of slowing global warming" JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2003; 108 (D24)
  • Size distributions of ionic aerosols measured at Waliguan Observatory: Implication for nitrate gas-to-particle transfer processes in the free troposphere JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Ma, J. Z., Tang, J., Li, S. M., Jacobson, M. Z. 2003; 108 (D17)
  • Spatial and temporal distributions of US winds and wind power at 80 m derived from measurements JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Archer, C. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2003; 108 (D9)
  • Development of mixed-phase clouds from multiple aerosol size distributions and the effect of the clouds on aerosol removal JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2003; 108 (D8)
  • Modification of aerosol mass and size distribution due to aqueous-phase SO2 oxidation in clouds: Comparisons of several models JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Kreidenweis, S. M., Walcek, C. J., Feingold, G., Gong, W. M., Jacobson, M. Z., Kim, C. H., Liu, X. H., Penner, J. E., Nenes, A., Seinfeld, J. H. 2003; 108 (D7)
  • Summary of the cloud chemistry modeling intercomparison: Photochemical box model simulation JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Barth, M. C., Sillman, S., Hudman, R., Jacobson, M. Z., Kim, C. H., Monod, A., Liang, J. 2003; 108 (D7)
  • A timescale investigation of volatile chemical retention during hydrometeor freezing: Nonrime freezing and dry growth riming without spreading JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Stuart, A. L., Jacobson, M. Z. 2003; 108 (D6)
  • Modification of the standard epsilon-equation for the stable ABL through enforced consistency with Monin-Obukhov similarity theory BOUNDARY-LAYER METEOROLOGY Freedman, F. R., Jacobson, M. Z. 2003; 106 (3): 383-410
  • Point and column aerosol radiative closure during ACE 1: Effects of particle shape and size JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Fridlind, A. M., Jacobson, M. Z. 2003; 108 (D3)
  • Modification; of aerosol mass and size distribution due to aqueous-phase SO2 oxidation in clouds: Comparisons of several models J. Geophys. Res. Kreidenweis, S., M., Walcek, C., Feingold, G., Gong, W., Jacobson, M., Z., Kim, C., H. 2003; D7 (108)

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  • Modification of the standard ε-equation for the stable ABL through enforced consistency with Monin-Obukhov similarity theory Bound.-Lay. Meteorol. Freedman, F., Jacobson, M., Z. 2003; 106: 383-410
  • Spatial and temporal distributions of U.S. winds and wind power at 80 m derived from measurements J. Geophys. Res. Archer, C., L., Jacobson, M., Z. 2003; D9 (108): 4289
  • Changing trends in sulfur emissions in Asia: Implications for acid deposition, air pollution, and climate ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Carmichael, G. R., Streets, D. G., Calori, G., Amann, M., Jacobson, M. Z., Hansen, J., Ueda, H. 2002; 36 (22): 4707-4713

    Abstract

    In the early 1990s, it was projected that annual SO2 emissions in Asia might grow to 80-110 Tg yr(-1) by 2020. Based on new high-resolution estimates from 1975 to 2000, we calculate that SO2 emissions in Asia might grow only to 40-45 Tg yr(-1) by 2020. The main reason for this lower estimate is a decline of SO2 emissions from 1995 to 2000 in China, which emits about two-thirds of Asian SO2. The decline was due to a reduction in industrial coal use, a slowdown of the Chinese economy, and the closure of small and inefficient plants, among other reasons. One effect of the reduction in SO2 emissions in China has been a reduction in acid deposition not only in China but also in Japan. Reductions should also improve visibility and reduce health problems. SO2 emission reductions may increase global warming, but this warming effect could be partially offset by reductions in the emissions of black carbon. How SO2 emissions in the region change in the coming decades will depend on many competing factors (economic growth, pollution control laws, etc.). However a continuation of current trends would result in sulfur emissions lower than any IPCC forecasts.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/es011509c

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  • Control of fossil-fuel particulate black carbon and organic matter, possibly the most effective method of slowing global warming JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2002; 107 (D19)
  • Analysis of aerosol interactions with numerical techniques for solving coagulation, nucleation, condensation, dissolution, and reversible chemistry among multiple size distributions JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2002; 107 (D19)
  • A phase I, placebo-controlled trial of multi-dose recombinant human interleukin-12 in patients with HIV infection AIDS Jacobson, M. A., Spritzler, J., Landay, A., Chan, E., KATZENSTEIN, D., Schock, B., Fox, L., Roe, J., Kundu, S., Pollard, R. 2002; 16 (8): 1147-1154

    Abstract

    Interleukin (IL)-12 is a cytokine that stimulates T lymphocytes and natural killer cells to generate a Type 1 T-helper lymphocyte immune response. The primary objective of this study was to determine the safety and immunologic activity of repeated recombinant human IL-12 (rhIL-12) dosing in HIV-infected patients over a broad range of the HIV disease spectrum.A randomized, placebo-controlled, Phase 1 trial design was chosen to control for the effects of HIV disease alone on safety and immunologic measurements.HIV-infected patients on antiretroviral therapy received rhIL-12 or placebo twice weekly for 4 weeks. Subjects were monitored for safety and changes in absolute lymphocyte subset number, serum interferon (IFN)gamma and neopterin levels, plasma HIV RNA level, peripheral blood mononuclear cell (PBMC)-inducible IFNgamma responses to mitogen, and PBMC proliferative responses to phytohemagglutinin, tetanus, Candida, Mycobacterium avium complex, streptokinase, and HIV p24 and gp160 antigens.rhIL-12 was well tolerated at doses up to 100 ng/kg in subjects enrolled with CD4 cell counts < 50 x 10(6) cells/l and at all doses in subjects with CD4 cell counts of 300 x 10(6)-500 x 10(6) cells/l. rhIL-12 resulted in dose-related increases in serum neopterin (particularly in subjects with baseline CD4 cell counts of 300-500 x 10(6) cells/l) but in no significant changes in other immunologic measurements or plasma HIV RNA levels.rhIL-12 dosed twice weekly at < or = 100 ng/kg was well tolerated in HIV-infected patients and resulted in dose-related increases in serum neopterin (possibly reflecting the effect of some degree of IFNgamma induction). However, there was no evidence of improvement in antigen-specific immune response.

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  • Is the size distribution of urban aerosols determined by thermodynamic equilibrium? An application to Southern California ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Moya, M., Pandis, S. N., Jacobson, M. Z. 2002; 36 (14): 2349-2365
  • A time-scale investigation of volatile chemical retention during hydrometeor freezing: 1. Non-rime freezing and dry-growth riming without spreading J. Geophys. Res. Stuart, A., L., Jacobson, M., Z. 2002; D6 (108): 4178

    View details for DOI 10.1029/2001JD001408

  • Transport-dissipation analytical solutions to the E-epsilon turbulence model and their role in predictions of the neutral ABL BOUNDARY-LAYER METEOROLOGY Freedman, F. R., Jacobson, M. Z. 2002; 102 (1): 117-138
  • Control of fossil-fuel particulate black carbon plus organic matter, possibly the most effective method of slowing global warming J. Geophys. Res. Jacobson, M., Z. 2002; D19 (107): 4410

    View details for DOI 10.1029/ 2001JD001376

  • Transport-dissipation analytical solutions to the E-ε turbulence model and their role in predictions of the neutral ABL Bound.-Lay. Meteorol. Freedman, F., R., Jacobson, M., Z. 2002; 102: 117-138
  • Climate change - Recent reductions in China's greenhouse gas emissions SCIENCE Streets, D. G., Jiang, K. J., Hu, X. L., Sinton, J. E., Zhang, X. Q., Xu, D. Y., Jacobson, M. Z., Hansen, J. E. 2001; 294 (5548): 1835-?

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  • Energy: Exploiting wind versus coal SCIENCE Jacobson, M. Z., Masters, G. M. 2001; 293 (5534): 1438-1438

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  • Strong radiative heating due to the mixing state of black carbon in atmospheric aerosols NATURE Jacobson, M. Z. 2001; 409 (6821): 695-697

    Abstract

    Aerosols affect the Earth's temperature and climate by altering the radiative properties of the atmosphere. A large positive component of this radiative forcing from aerosols is due to black carbon--soot--that is released from the burning of fossil fuel and biomass, and, to a lesser extent, natural fires, but the exact forcing is affected by how black carbon is mixed with other aerosol constituents. From studies of aerosol radiative forcing, it is known that black carbon can exist in one of several possible mixing states; distinct from other aerosol particles (externally mixed) or incorporated within them (internally mixed), or a black-carbon core could be surrounded by a well mixed shell. But so far it has been assumed that aerosols exist predominantly as an external mixture. Here I simulate the evolution of the chemical composition of aerosols, finding that the mixing state and direct forcing of the black-carbon component approach those of an internal mixture, largely due to coagulation and growth of aerosol particles. This finding implies a higher positive forcing from black carbon than previously thought, suggesting that the warming effect from black carbon may nearly balance the net cooling effect of other anthropogenic aerosol constituents. The magnitude of the direct radiative forcing from black carbon itself exceeds that due to CH4, suggesting that black carbon may be the second most important component of global warming after CO2 in terms of direct forcing.

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  • Global direct radiative forcing due to multicomponent anthropogenic and natural aerosols JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 2001; 106 (D2): 1551-1568
  • Recent reductions in China's greenhouse gas emissions Science Streets, D., G., Jiang, K., Hu, X., Sinton, J., E., Zhang, X., Q., Xu, D., Jacobson, M. Z. 2001; 294: 1835-1836
  • GATOR-GCMM: A global through urban scale air pollution and weather forecast model. 1. Model design and treatment of subgrid soil, vegetation, roads, rooftops, water, sea ice, and snow. J. Geophys. Res. Jacobson, M., Z. 2001; 106: 5385-5402
  • Exploiting wind versus coal Science Jacobson, M., Z., Masters, G., M. 2001; 293: 1438-1438
  • GATOR-GCMM: 2. A study of day- and nighttime ozone layers aloft, ozone in national parks, and weather during the SARMAP Field Campaign J. Geophys. Res. Jacobson, M., Z. 2001; 106: 5403-5420
  • Analysis of gas-aerosol partitioning in the Arctic: Comparison of size-resolved equilibrium model results with field data JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Fridlind, A. M., Jacobson, M. Z., Kerminen, V. M., Hillamo, R. E., Ricard, V., Jaffrezo, J. L. 2000; 105 (D15): 19891-19903
  • A study of gas-aerosol equilibrium and aerosol pH in the remote marine boundary layer during the First Aerosol Characterization Experiment (ACE 1) JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Fridlind, A. M., Jacobson, M. Z. 2000; 105 (D13): 17325-17340
  • A physically-based treatment of elemental carbon optics: Implications for global direct forcing of aerosols GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Jacobson, M. Z. 2000; 27 (2): 217-220
  • Comparison of a 4000-reaction chemical mechanism with the carbon bond IV and an adjusted carbon bond IV-EX mechanism using SMVGEAR II ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Liang, J. Y., Jacobson, M. Z. 2000; 34 (18): 3015-3026
  • Effects of subgrid segregation on ozone production efficiency in a chemical model ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Liang, J. Y., Jacobson, M. Z. 2000; 34 (18): 2975-2982
  • A comparative review of inorganic aerosol thermodynamic equilibrium modules: similarities, differences, and their likely causes ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Zhang, Y., Seigneur, C., Seinfeld, J. H., JACOBSON, M., Clegg, S. L., Binkowski, F. S. 2000; 34 (1): 117-137
  • Effects of subgrid mixing on ozone production in a chemical model: Dilution may reduce bulk ozone production efficiency Atmos. Environ. Liang, J., Jacobson, M., Z. 2000; 34: 2975-2982
  • Gas/aerosol partitioning in the Arctic: Comparison of size-resolved equilibrium model results with data J. Geophys. Res. Fridlind, A., M., Jacobson, M., Z. 2000; 105 (19): 891-19,904
  • A study of gas-aerosol equilibrium and aerosol pH in the remote marine boundary layer during the First Aerosol Characterization Experiment (ACE 1) J. Geophys. Res. Fridlind, A., M., Jacobson, M., Z. 2000; 105 (17): 325-17,340
  • Simulation of aerosol dynamics: A comparative review of algorithms used in air quality models AEROSOL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Zhang, Y., Seigneur, C., Seinfeld, J. H., Jacobson, M. Z., Binkowski, F. S. 1999; 31 (6): 487-514
  • Studying the effects of calcium and magnesium on size-distributed nitrate and ammonium with EQUISOLV II ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Jacobson, M. Z. 1999; 33 (22): 3635-3649
  • A study of sulfur dioxide oxidation pathways over a range of liquid water contents, pH values, and temperatures JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Liang, J. Y., Jacobson, M. Z. 1999; 104 (D11): 13749-13769
  • Effects of soil moisture on temperatures, winds, and pollutant concentrations in Los Angeles JOURNAL OF APPLIED METEOROLOGY Jacobson, M. Z. 1999; 38 (5): 607-616
  • Isolating nitrated and aromatic aerosols and nitrated aromatic gases as sources of ultraviolet light absorption JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 1999; 104 (D3): 3527-3542
  • Studying the effects of soil moisture on ozone, temperatures, and winds in Los Angeles J. Appl. Meteorol. Jacobson, M., Z. 1999; 38: 607-616
  • A study of sulfur dioxide oxidation pathways over a range of liquid water contents, pHs, and temperatures J. Geophys. Res. Liang, J., Jacobson, M., Z. 1999; 104 (13): 749-13,769
  • Nitric acid scavenging by mineral and biomass burning aerosols GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Tabazadeh, A., Jacobson, M. Z., Singh, H. B., Toon, O. B., Lin, J. S., Chatfield, R. B., Thakur, A. N., Talbot, R. W., Dibb, J. E. 1998; 25 (22): 4185-4188
  • Studying the effects of aerosols on vertical photolysis rate coefficient and temperature profiles over an urban airshed JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z. 1998; 103 (D9): 10593-10604
  • Improvement of SMVGEAR II on vector and scalar machines through absolute error tolerance control ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Jacobson, M. Z. 1998; 32 (4): 791-796
  • Numerical techniques to solve condensational and dissolutional growth equations when growth is coupled to reversible reactions AEROSOL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Jacobson, M. Z. 1997; 27 (4): 491-498
  • An integrated air pollution modeling system for urban and regional scales .1. Structure and performance JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Lu, R., Turco, R. P., Jacobson, M. Z. 1997; 102 (D5): 6063-6079
  • An integrated air pollution modeling system for urban and regional scales .2. Simulations for SCAQS 1987 JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Lu, R., Turco, R. P., Jacobson, M. Z. 1997; 102 (D5): 6081-6098
  • Development and application of a new air pollution modeling system .3. Aerosol-phase simulations ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Jacobson, M. Z. 1997; 31 (4): 587-608
  • An integrated air pollution modeling system for urban and regional scales. Part II: Simulations for SCAQS 1987 J. Geophys. Res. Lu, R., Turco, R., P., Jacobson, M., Z. 1997; 102: 6081-6098
  • Development and application of a new air pollution modeling system .2. Aerosol module structure and design ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Jacobson, M. Z. 1997; 31 (2): 131-144
  • Development and application of a new air pollution modeling system. Part III: Aerosol-phase simulations Atmos. Environ. Jacobson, M., Z. 1997; 31A: 587-608
  • An integrated air pollution modeling system for urban and regional scales. Part I: Structure and performance J. Geophys. Res. Lu, R., Turco, R., P., Jacobson, M., Z. 1997; 102: 6063-6080
  • Development and application of a new air pollution modeling system Part II: Aerosol module structure and design Atmos. Environ. Jacobson, M., Z. 1997; 31A: 131-144
  • Free tropospheric ozone production after deep convection of dispersing tropical urban plumes ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT Elliott, S., Kao, C. Y., Gifford, F., Barr, S., Shen, M., Turco, R. P., JACOBSON, M. 1996; 30 (24): 4263-4274
  • A streamlined family photochemistry module reproduces major nonlinearities in the global tropospheric ozone system COMPUTERS & CHEMISTRY Elliott, S., Shen, M., Kao, C. Y., Turco, R. P., Jacobson, M. Z. 1996; 20 (2): 235-259
  • Simulating equilibrium within aerosols and nonequilibrium between gases and aerosols JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Jacobson, M. Z., Tabazadeh, A., Turco, R. P. 1996; 101 (D4): 9079-9091
  • Simulating equilibrium within aerosols and non-equilibrium between gases and aerosols J. Geophys. Res. Jacobson, M., Z., Tabazadeh, A., Turco, R., P. 1996; 101: 9079-9091
  • Development  and application of a new air pollution modeling system. Part I: Gas-phase simulations Atmos. Environ. Jacobson, M., Z., Lu, R., Turco, R., P., Toon, O., B. 1996; 30B: 1939-1963
  • Computation of global photochemistry with SMVGEAR II Atmos. Environ. Jacobson, M., Z. 1995; 29A: 2541-2546
  • Simulating condensational growth, evaporation, and coagulation of aerosols using a combined moving and stationary size grid Aerosol Sci. and Technol. Jacobson, M., Z., Turco, R., P. 1995; 22: 73-92
  • ANALYSIS OF THE PHYSICAL STATE OF ONE ARCTIC POLAR STRATOSPHERIC CLOUD BASED ON OBSERVATIONS GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Drdla, K., Tabazadeh, A., Turco, R. P., Jacobson, M. Z., Dye, J. E., Twohy, C., Baumgardner, D. 1994; 21 (23): 2475-2478
  • A STUDY OF TYPE-I POLAR STRATOSPHERIC CLOUD FORMATION GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Tabazadeh, A., Turco, R. P., Drdla, K., Jacobson, M. Z., Toon, O. B. 1994; 21 (15): 1619-1622
  • A MODEL FOR STUDYING THE COMPOSITION AND CHEMICAL EFFECTS OF STRATOSPHERIC AEROSOLS JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES Tabazadeh, A., Turco, R. P., Jacobson, M. Z. 1994; 99 (D6): 12897-12914
  • SMVGEAR: A sparse-matrix, vectorized Gear code for atmospheric models Atmos. Environ. Jacobson, M., Z., Turco, R., P. 1994; 28A: 273-284
  • A study of Type I polar stratospheric cloud formation Geophys. Res. Lett. Tabazadeh, A., Turco, R., P., Drdla, K., Jacobson, M., Z. 1994; 21: 1619-1622
  • Modeling coagulation among particles of different composition and size Atmos. Environ. Jacobson, M., Z., Turco, R., P., Jensen, E., J., Toon, O., B. 1994; 28A: 1327-1338
  • A model for studying the composition and chemical effects of stratospheric aerosols J. Geophys. Res. Tabazadeh, A., Turco, R., P., Jacobson, M., Z. 1994; 99 (12): 897 - 12,914
  • Analysis of the physical state of one Arctic polar stratospheric cloud based on observations Geophys. Res. Lett. Drdla, K., Tabazadeh, A., Turco, R., P., Jacobson, M., Z., Dye, J., E., Twohy, C. 1994; 21: 2475-2478
  • Tests on combined projection / forward differencing integration for stiff photochemical family systems at long time step Computers Chem. Elliott, S., Turco, R., P., Jacobson, M., Z. 1993; 17: 91-102
  • Nitrogen ion clusters in Triton's atmosphere Geophys. Res. Lett. Delitsky, M., L., Turco, R., P., Jacobson, M., Z. 1990; 17: 1725-1728

Books and Book Chapters


  • Air Pollution and Global Warming: History, Science, and Solutions Jacobson, M., Z. Cambridge University Press, New York. 2012
  • Fundamentals of Atmospheric Modeling, Second Edition Jacobson, M., Z. Cambridge University Press, New York. 2005
  • Atmospheric Pollution: History, Science, and Regulation Jacobson, M., Z. Cambridge University Press, New York. 2002
  • Fundamentals of Atmospheric Modeling. Jacobson, M., Z. Cambridge University Press, New York. 1999

Conference Proceedings


  • Roadmaps for powering the world, U.S., and individual states for all purposes with wind, water, and sunlight, U015. Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Effects of aviation on global climate, Aviation Emissions Characterization Roadmap Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Taming hurricanes with arrays of offshore wind turbines Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Powering individual states, countries, and the world with WWS Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Powering the world, the U.S., and individual states with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Carbon dioxide domes, effects of cross-polar flights, and taming hurricanes with offshore wind Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Assessing the impact of aviation on climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Powering New York State with Wind Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • The Future of Energy Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Powering the states, the U.S., and world for all purposes with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • The natural gas goldrush and the future of renewables Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Roadmaps for powering the world, U.S., and individual states for all purposes with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Powering individual states and the world with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Effects of aviation on surface air quality Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Interview Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Roadmaps to power California and the world with wind, water, and the sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • A plan to power the world for all purposes with wind, water, and the sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Powering the world, U.S., and individual states for all purposes with wind, water, and sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Powering the world, U.S. and individual states for all purpose with wind Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Powering individual states, the U.S., and the world with wind water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Clean energy plans for the U.S. and individual states Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Powering states and the U.S. with wind, water, and sunlight, California Democratic Party Executive Board Meeting Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Powering New York with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Taming hurricanes with arrays of offshore wind turbines that simultaneously reduce global warming and air pollution and provide normal electric power Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Acceptance speech Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • Roadmaps for powering California, the U.S., and the world for all purposes with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • The effects of aircraft on climate and pollution Jacobson, M., Z. 2013
  • The case for a fully renewable, all-purpose energy system Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Effects of black and brown carbon on clouds and climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Planning for a sustainable future with wind, water, and the sun, Bond Buyer’s 22nd Annual California Public Finance Conference Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • World saturation wind potential and its implications for a sustainable future relying on wind, water, and sunlight producing electricity and electrolytic hydrogen Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • A plan for a sustainable future using wind, water, and the sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • A plan for a sustainable future using wind, water, and the sun, dasHAUS Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • How to repower the state of New York with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Testimony at Hearing in front of California Air Resources Board Chairman and Executive Officers on black carbon and methane Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Powering the world for all purposes with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Examining the effects of aircraft emissions on contrails and global climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • How to power New York, the U.S., and the world with wind, water, and sunlight, Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Addressing global warming air pollution, and energy security with wind, water, and sunlight worldwide, in the U.S., and in New York State, Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Planning for a sustainable future with wind water, and the sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Assessing climate impacts of aviation, FAA/PARTNER meeting Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • A plan for powering the world for all purposes with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • A plan for a sustainable future using wind, water, and the sun, The Future of Energy: A power Struggle Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • A plan to power the world with wind, water, and sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • The effects of rerouting aircraft around the Arctic Circle on Arctic and global climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Pushing the envelope with numerical modeling Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Powering the world, U.S., and New York with wind, water, and sunlight (with Mark A. Ruffalo and Marco Krapels) Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Studying the effects of aircraft exhaust on global and regional climate and atmospheric composition Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Short-term impacts on climate and air pollution of exhaust from all commercial aircraft worldwide treated at the subgrid scale Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Saturation wind potential and its implications for wind energy (C.L. Archer, coauthor) Jacobson, M., Z. 2012
  • Conversion to 100% Wind, Water, and Sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Powering the world with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • A plan for powering the world for all purposes with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • A plan for powering the world with wind, water, and sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Assessing the impact of aviation on climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Atmospheric effects of proposed solutions to climate change and air pollution Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Powering the world on wind, water, and sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • A plan for a sustainable future using wind, water, and the sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • A plan for powering the world for all purposes with wind, water, and sunlight Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • A plan for powering the world with wind, water, and sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • The enhancement of local air pollution by urban carbon dioxide domes Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Aerosol particle contribution to global warming and air pollution mortality Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Coupling cloud and aerosol microphysical processes in a nested climate-weather-air pollution model and its implications for the cloud and climate effects of black carbon Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Grid integration challenges for 100% conversion to wind, water, and sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Powering the world on wind, water, and sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Dark Aerosol Particle Contributions to Global Warming and Air Pollution Mortality Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • The potential of intermittent renewables to meet electric power demand: A review of current analytical techniques Hart, E., K., Stoutenburg, E., D., Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Quantifying the effects of aircraft on surface air quality and climate with a model that treats the subgrid evolution of contrails from all commercial flights worldwide (Jacobson, M.Z., D. Whitt, A.D. Naiman, S.K. Lele) Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • A plan for a sustainable future using wind, water, and the sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2011
  • Optimizing Offshore Transmission Links for Marine Renewable Energy Farms Stoutenburg, E. D., Jacobson, M. Z. IEEE. 2010
  • Effects of aircraft on climate and atmospheric composition Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • Steering into the Storm Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • A plan for a sustainable future using wind Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • Ranking of energy solutions to global warming Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • Effects of local CO2 domes on air pollution and health Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • Assessing the impact of aviation on climate, FAA/PARTNER Meeting Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • Effects of black carbon and CO2 domes on climate and air quality Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • The enhancement of local air pollution by urban CO2 domes Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • Presentation in Brussels at EEAC Energy Working Group: Scenarios and policies for decarbonization Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • Relative effects of fossil-fuel soot, biofuel soot and gases, and methane on climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • A plan for a sustainable future using wind, water, and sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • Presentation at 10-year anniversary for Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • A plan for a sustainable future Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • A plan for a sustainable future Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • A plan for a sustainable future, Beyond Zero Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • A plan for a sustainable future, GeoPower America Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • A plan for a sustainable future using wind, water, and sun, 7th California Wind Energy Collaborative Forum Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • California Air Pollution Control Officer Association's (CAPCOA's) Climate Change Forum Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • A plan for a sustainable future Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • A plan for a sustainable future using wind, water, and sun Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • Assessing the impact of aviation on climate, FAA/PARTNER Meeting Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • 29th Annual Conference Jacobson, M., Z. 2010
  • A plan for a sustainable future, Council of Scientific Society Presidents Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Examining effects of black carbon on climate and how to mitigate them through different transportation options Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Relative effects of fossil-fuel soot, biofuel soot and gases, and methane on climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Environmental Protection Agency Hearing AMS-FRL-8772-7 Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • The effect of locally-emitted CO2 on gases Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Environmental Protection Agency Hearing: Endangerment and cause or contribute findings for greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Quantifying the effects of aircraft on climate with a model that treats the subgrid evolution of contrails from all commercial flights worldwide Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Effects of fossil-fuel and biofuel soot on snow Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Solutions to global warming, air pollution, energy security Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • The comparative effects of fossil fuel soot, biofuel soot, and gasses, and methane on regional and global climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Review of energy solutions to global warming, air pollution, and energy security Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Effects of hydrogen on climate and ozone Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Review of solutions to global warming Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • The global and regional climate and air pollution health effects of fossil-fuel versus biofuel soot Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Effects of soot on climate, National Association of Clean Air Agencies Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Development and application of algorithms that simulate the evolution of subgrid contrails from individual aircraft to quantify the global climate effects all commercial aviation, (Jacobson, M.Z., J.T. Wilkerson, A.D. Naiman, S.K. Lele) Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Assessing the impact of aviation on climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2009
  • Energy and Climate Change Symposium – “The Road to Renewables,” Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Air pollution effects of and a comparison of energy solutions to global warming, Critical Review panel Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Global warming health effects and energy solutions Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Effects of biofuels versus new vehicle technologies on air pollution Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Briefing on the effects of carbon dioxide on air pollution mortality Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • The relative impact of carbon dioxide on air pollution health problems in California versus the rest of the U.S. Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Evaluation of proposed solutions to global warming, air pollution, and energy security Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • The effects of ethanol vehicles on air quality and health Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Computer modeling of the atmosphere: Identifying causes and effects of and evaluating solutions to global warming Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Examining the effects of aircraft emissions on contrails and global climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Examining the effects of aircraft emissions on contrails and global climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Biofuels in context / Energy solutions, 2008 Science for Nature Symposium Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • A true-renewable-energy solution to global warming Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Effects of local versus global carbon dioxide emissions on local air quality and health Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Examining the effects of aircraft emissions on contrails and global climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2008
  • Comparing wind and other energy sources for addressing climate and air pollution Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Energy solutions to air pollution and climate change in California (coauthors, M. Dvorak, C.L. Archer, and G. Hoste) Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • The role of black carbon as a factor in climate change and its impact on public health Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Examination of proposed strategies for addressing global warming and air pollution. Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Effects of future emissions and a changed climate on urban air quality Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Extreme global warming and local cooling due to aerosol particles Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Effects of black carbon on climate. Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Comparative effects of ethanol (E85), gasoline, and wind-powered electric vehicles on cancer, mortality, climate-relevant emissions, and land requirements in the United States Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • A solution to the problem of nonequilibrium acid/base gas-particle transfer at long time step. Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Comparative effects of vehicle technologies and fuels on climate and air pollution. Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Effects of future emissions and a changed climate on urban air quality Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Comparative effects of vehicles technologies and fuels on climate and air pollution Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Effects of black carbon and other non-Kyoto pollutants on climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Comparative effects of vehicle fuels and technologies on air pollution and climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Potential of the wind energy sector Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • Wind and rainfall reduction by aerosol particles Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • The Macro Perspective of Wind Power in the USA Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • The effects on health and climate of ethanol versus other vehicle technologies and fuels Jacobson, M., Z. 2007
  • The relative effects of greenhouse gases Jacobson, M., Z. 2006
  • The effects of aerosols on wind speed, temperatures, and water supply in California Jacobson, M., Z. 2006
  • Numerical study of the effects of aerosols and irrigation on snow, rain, and regional climate in California Jacobson, M., Z. 2006
  • Air quality impacts of biofuels, Woods Institute Biofuels Workshop Jacobson, M., Z. 2006
  • Hydrogen and Wind Apollo Project, Symposium on converting existing city vehicles to utilize renewable hydrogen power Jacobson, M., Z. 2005
  • The effects of aerosols on California climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2005
  • Role of aerosols in regional climate: A research frontier Jacobson, M., Z. 2005
  • Global windpower and its potential effect on the hydrogen economy Jacobson, M., Z. 2005
  • Fossil-fuel soot's contribution to global warming, 2nd International Conference on Global Warming and the Next Ice Age Jacobson, M., Z. 2005
  • Effects on health and pollution of converting to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and feasibility of wind-hydrogen Jacobson, M., Z. 2005
  • Global climate change: Aerosol versus greenhouse gas causes and the feasibility of a large-scale wind-energy solution Jacobson, M., Z. 2005
  • Apollo Project for Wind Energy and Wind-Hydrogen Jacobson, M., Z. 2005
  • Regional effect of aerosols on winds, precipitation, and climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2005
  • The effect of particles on global and California climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2004
  • Black Carbon Effects on Climate with Different Emissions and Model Treatments Jacobson, M., Z. 2004
  • Advances in computer modeling of air pollution and climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2004
  • The effect of diesel on air pollution and global climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2004
  • The climate response of soot, accounting for its feedback to snow and sea ice albedo and emissivity Jacobson, M., Z. 2004
  • Black carbon effects on global warming and regional climate change Jacobson, M., Z. 2004
  • Numerical methods for treating size-resolved SOA formation and evolution among multiple size distributions in atmospheric models Jacobson, M., Z. 2004
  • Climate and air pollution effects of gasoline, hybrid, and diesel vehicles (with and without a trap) Jacobson, M., Z. 2003
  • Global warming impact of black carbon Jacobson, M., Z. 2003
  • Addressing global warming through a large-scale wind/hydrogen program Jacobson, M., Z. 2003
  • Net climate effects of BC and OC 2: Consideration of multiple climatic effects Jacobson, M., Z. 2003
  • Causes of and Solutions to Global Warming Jacobson, M., Z. 2003
  • Current and future effects of black carbon on climate Jacobson, M., Z. 2002
  • Controlling current and future diesel emissions and other sources of fossil-fuel particulate black carbon and organic matter as an effective method of slowing global warming Jacobson, M., Z. 2002
  • Addressing air quality and climate through soot control Jacobson, M., Z. 2002
  • GATOR-GCMM: A global- through urban-scale air pollution and weather forecast model 1. Model design and treatment of subgrid soil, vegetation, roads, rooftops, water, sea ice, and snow Jacobson, M. Z. AMER GEOPHYSICAL UNION. 2001: 5385-5401
  • GATOR-GCMM - 2. A study of daytime and nighttime ozone layers aloft, ozone in national parks, and weather during the SARMAP field campaign Jacobson, M. Z. AMER GEOPHYSICAL UNION. 2001: 5403-5420
  • Control of black carbon, the most effective means of slowing global warming Jacobson, M. Z. SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN. 2001: 1060-1060
  • Control of fossil-fuel particulate black carbon and organic matter, the most effective method slowing global warming Jacobson, M., Z. 2001
  • Control of fossil-fuel particulate black carbon and organic matter, possibly the most effective method of slowing global warming Jacobson, M., Z. 2001
  • Control of black carbon, the most efficient method of controlling global warming Jacobson, M., Z. 2001
  • Climate change mitigation and aerosols Jacobson, M., Z. 2001
  • Control of black carbon, the most effective means of slowing global warming Jacobson, M., Z. 2001
  • Development of a global-through-urban scale nested and coupled air pollution and weather forecast model and application to the SARMAP field campaign Jacobson, M., Z. 2000
  • Computational design of a global-through-urban scale air pollution / weather forecast model and application to the SARMAP field campaign Jacobson, M., Z. 2000
  • A global-through-urban scale air pollution, weather forecast model and application to the SARMAP field campaign Jacobson, M., Z. 2000
  • A study of the mixing state of aerosols and the effect of the mixing state on global direct forcing Jacobson, M., Z. 2000
  • Chemical mechanism solver techniques and implementation of mechanism Jacobson, M., Z. 2000
  • A study of the climate response to natural plus anthropogenic aerosols Jacobson, M., Z. 2000
  • A study of sulfur dioxide oxidation pathways over a range of liquid water contents, pHs, and temperatures Liang, J. Y., Jacobson, M. Z. WIT PRESS. 1999: 989-996
  • Preliminary investigation into the effect of nocturnal residual layer mixing on next-day surface concentrations Freedman, F. R., Jacobson, M. Z., BORNSTEIN, R. D. AMER METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY. 1998: 452-456
  • Examining the causes and effects of downward ultraviolet irradiance reductions in Los Angeles. Jacobson, M., Z. 1998
  • Studying the effects of soil moisture on ozone, temperatures, and winds in Los Angeles Jacobson, M. Z. AMER METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY. 1998: 524-528
  • Testing the impact of interactively coupling a meteorological model to an air quality model. Jacobson, M., Z. 1997
  • Development and application of a new air pollution modeling system .1. Gas-phase simulations Jacobson, M. Z., Lu, R., Turco, R. P., Toon, O. B. PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD. 1996: 1939-1963
  • Simulating aerosols and their feedback effects on temperatures in a polluted urban environment Jacobson, M. Z. COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS PUBLICATIONS LTD. 1996: 335-344
  • Application of a sparse-matrix, vectorized gear-type code in a new air pollution modeling system Jacobson, M. Z. WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH. 1996: 333-336
  • Application of a sparse-matrix, vectorized Gear-type code (SMVGEAR) in a new air pollution modeling system Jacobson, M., Z. 1995
  • Simulating the sensitivity of trace gas concentrations to hydrocarbon emissions Jacobson, M., Z. 1994