William W Nazaroff

Publications (in archival journals)

1. Budnitz RJ, Berk JV, Hollowell CD, Nazaroff WW, Nero AV, and Rosenfeld AH, Human disease from radon exposures: The impact of energy conservation in residential buildings, Energy and Buildings 2, 209-215, 1979.

2. Nazaroff WW, An improved technique for measuring working levels of radon daughters in residences, Health Physics 39, 683-686, 1980.

3. Nazaroff WW, Boegel ML, Hollowell CD, and Roseme GD, The use of mechanical ventilation with heat recovery for controlling radon and radon–daughter concentrations in houses, Atmospheric Environment 15, 263-270, 1981.

4. Offermann FJ, Hollowell CD, Nazaroff WW, Roseme GD, and Rizzuto JR, Low–infiltration housing in Rochester, New York: A study of air–exchange rates and indoor air quality, Environment International 8, 435-445, 1982.

5. Nazaroff WW, Offermann FJ, and Robb AW, Automated system for measuring air-exchange rate and radon concentration in houses, Health Physics 45, 525-538, 1983.

6. Revzan KL and Nazaroff WW, A rapid spectroscopic technique for determining the potential alpha-energy concentration of radon decay products, Health Physics 45, 509-524, 1983.

7. Nero AV, Boegel ML, Hollowell CD, Ingersoll JG, and Nazaroff WW, Radon concentrations and infiltration rates measured in conventional and energy–efficient houses, Health Physics 45, 401-406, 1983.

8. Nazaroff WW, Radon daughter carousel: An automated instrument for measuring indoor concentrations of Po-218, Pb-214, and Bi-214, Review of Scientific Instruments 54, 1227-1233, 1983.

9. Robb AW and Nazaroff WW, Field data logger with EPROM storage, Review of Scientific Instruments 54, 1252-1253, 1983.

10. Nazaroff WW, Optimizing the total-alpha three-count technique for measuring concentrations of radon progeny in residences, Health Physics 46, 395-405, 1984.

11. Nero AV and Nazaroff WW, Characterising the source of radon indoors, Radiation Protection Dosimetry 7, 23-39, 1984.

12. Doyle SM, Nazaroff WW, and Nero AV, Time-averaged indoor Rn concentrations and infiltration rates sampled in four U.S. cities, Health Physics 47, 579-586, 1984.

13. Nazaroff WW and Doyle SM, Radon entry into houses having a crawl space, Health Physics 48, 265-281, 1985.

14. Nazaroff WW, Feustel H, Nero AV, Revzan KL, Grimsrud DT, Essling MA, and Toohey RE, Radon transport into a detached one-story house with a basement, Atmospheric Environment 19, 31-46, 1985.

15. Offermann FJ, Sextro RG, Fisk WJ, Grimsrud DT, Nazaroff WW, Nero AV, Revzan KL, and Yater J, Control of respirable particles in indoor air with portable air cleaners, Atmospheric Environment 19, 1761-1771, 1985.

16. Nero AV, Sextro RG, Doyle SM, Moed BA, Nazaroff WW, Revzan KL, and Schwehr MB, Characterizing the sources, range, and environmental influences of radon-222 and its decay products, The Science of the Total Environment 45, 233-244, 1985.

17. Nazaroff WW and Cass GR, Mathematical modeling of chemically reactive pollutants in indoor air, Environmental Science & Technology 20, 924-934, 1986.

18. Sextro RG, Offermann FJ, Nazaroff WW, Nero AV, Revzan KL, and Yater J, Evaluation of indoor aerosol control devices and their effects on radon progeny concentrations, Environment International 12, 429-438, 1986.

19. Nero AV, Schwehr MB, Nazaroff WW, and Revzan KL, Distribution of airborne radon-222 concentrations in U.S. homes, Science 234, 992-997, 1986.

20. Nazaroff WW, Doyle SM, Nero AV, and Sextro RG, Potable water as a source of airborne radon-222 in U.S. dwellings: A review and assessment, Health Physics 52, 281-295, 1987.

21. Nazaroff WW, Lewis SR, Doyle SM, Moed BA, and Nero AV, Experiments on pollutant transport from soil into residential basements by pressure-driven air flow, Environmental Science & Technology 21, 459-466, 1987.

22. Nazaroff WW and Cass GR, Particle deposition from a natural convection flow onto a vertical isothermal flat plate, Journal of Aerosol Science 18, 445-455, 1987.

23. Nazaroff WW, Predicting the rate of radon entry from soil into the basement of a dwelling due to pressure-driven air flow, Radiation Protection Dosimetry 24, 199-202, 1988.

24. Nazaroff WW and Cass GR, Mathematical modeling of indoor aerosol dynamics, Environmental Science & Technology 23, 157-166, 1989.

25. Nazaroff WW and Sextro RG, Technique for measuring the indoor 222Rn source potential of soil, Environmental Science & Technology 23, 451-458, 1989.

26. Nazaroff WW and Cass GR, Mass-transport aspects of pollutant removal at indoor surfaces, Environment International 15, 567-584, 1989.

27. Nazaroff WW, Salmon LG, and Cass GR, Concentration and fate of airborne particles in museums, Environmental Science & Technology 24, 66-77, 1990.

28. Nazaroff WW and Teichman K, Indoor radon: Exploring U. S. federal policy for controlling human exposures, Environmental Science & Technology 24, 774-782, 1990.

29. Salmon LG, Nazaroff WW, Ligocki MP, Jones MC, and Cass GR, Nitric acid concentrations in Southern California museums, Environmental Science & Technology 24, 1004-1013, 1990.

30. Wooley J, Nazaroff WW, and Hodgson AT, Release of ethanol to the atmosphere during use of consumer cleaning products, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 40, 1114-1120, 1990.

31. Nazaroff WW, Ligocki MP, Ma T, and Cass GR, Particle deposition in museums: Comparison of modeling and measurement results, Aerosol Science and Technology 13, 332-348, 1990.

32. Cass GR, Nazaroff WW, Tiller C, and Whitmore PM, Protection of works of art from damage due to atmospheric ozone, Atmospheric Environment 25A, 441-451, 1991.

33. Nazaroff WW and Cass GR, Protecting museum collections from soiling due to the deposition of airborne particles, Atmospheric Environment 25A, 841-852, 1991.

34. Nazaroff WW, Radon transport from soil to air, Reviews of Geophysics 30(2), 137-160, 1992.

35. Nazaroff WW, Kong D, and Gadgil AJ, Numerical investigations of the deposition of unattached 218Po and 212Pb from natural convection enclosure flow, Journal of Aerosol Science 23, 339-352, 1992.

36. Little JC, Daisey JM, and Nazaroff WW, Transport of subsurface contaminants into buildings: An exposure pathway for volatile organics, Environmental Science & Technology 26, 2058-2066, 1992.

37. Gadgil AJ, Kong D, and Nazaroff WW, Deposition of unattached radon progeny from enclosure flows, Radiation Protection Dosimetry 45, 337-341, 1992.

38. Ligocki MP, Salmon LG, Fall T, Jones MC, Nazaroff WW, and Cass GR, Characteristics of airborne particles inside Southern California museums, Atmospheric Environment 27A, 697-711, 1993.

39. Nazaroff WW, Hung W-Y, Sasse AGBM, and Gadgil AJ, Predicting regional lung deposition of environmental tobacco smoke particles, Aerosol Science and Technology 19, 243-254, 1993.

40. Cano-Ruiz JA, Kong D, Balas RB, and Nazaroff WW, Removal of reactive gases at indoor surfaces: Combining mass transport and surface kinetics, Atmospheric Environment 27A, 2039-2050, 1993.

41. Lin T-F, Little JC, and Nazaroff WW, Transport and sorption of volatile organic compounds and water vapor within dry soil grains, Environmental Science & Technology 28, 322-330, 1994.

42. Xu M, Nematollahi M, Sextro RG, Gadgil AJ, and Nazaroff WW, Deposition of tobacco smoke particles in a low ventilation room, Aerosol Science and Technology 20, 194-206, 1994.

43. Sasse AGBM, Gadgil AJ, and Nazaroff WW, Particle filter based on thermophoretic deposition from natural convection flow, Aerosol Science and Technology 20, 227-238, 1994.

44. Yost MG, Gadgil AJ, Drescher AC, Zhou Y, Simonds MA, Levine SP, Nazaroff WW, and Saisan PA, Imaging indoor tracer-gas concentrations with computed tomography: Experimental results with a remote sensing FTIR system, American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal 55, 395-402, 1994.

45. Baughman AV, Gadgil AJ, and Nazaroff WW, Mixing of a point source pollutant by natural convection flow within a room, Indoor Air 4, 114-122, 1994.

46. Sasse AGBM, Gadgil AJ, and Nazaroff WW, On the measurement of 218Po diffusivity using the two-filter method, Journal of Aerosol Science 25, 689-697, 1994.

47. Wampler DA, Miller-Leiden S, Nazaroff WW, Litvak A, Mahanama KRR, Nematollahi M, and Gadgil AJ, Effectiveness of smokeless ashtrays, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 45, 494-500, 1995.

48. Drescher AC, Lobascio C, Gadgil AJ, and Nazaroff WW, Mixing of a point source indoor pollutant by forced convection, Indoor Air 5, 204-214 & 285, 1995.

49. Drescher AC, Gadgil AJ, Price PN, and Nazaroff WW, Novel approach for tomographic reconstruction of gas concentration distributions in air: Use of smooth basis functions and simulated annealing, Atmospheric Environment 30, 929-940, 1996.

50. Lin T-F, Little JC, and Nazaroff WW, Transport and sorption of organic gases in activated carbon, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering 122, 169-175, 1996.

51. Lin T-F and Nazaroff WW, Transport and sorption of water vapor in activated carbon, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering 122, 176-182, 1996.

52. Garbesi K, Sextro RG, Robinson AL, Wooley JD, Owens JA, and Nazaroff WW, Scale dependence of soil permeability to air: Measurement method and field investigation, Water Resources Research 32, 547-560, 1996.

53. Riley WJ, Gadgil AJ, Bonnefous YC, and Nazaroff WW, The effect of steady winds on radon-222 entry from soil into houses, Atmospheric Environment 30, 1167-1176, 1996.

54. Lin T-F, Van Loy MD, and Nazaroff WW, Gas-phase transport and sorption of benzene in soil, Environmental Science & Technology 30, 2178-2186, 1996.

55. Miller-Leiden S, Lobascio C, Nazaroff WW, and Macher J, Effectiveness of in-room air filtration and dilution ventilation for tuberculosis infection control, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 46, 869-882, 1996.

56. Riley WJ, Gadgil AJ, and Nazaroff WW, Wind-induced ground-surface pressures around a single-family house, Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 61, 153-167, 1996.

57. Fischer ML, Bentley AJ, Dunkin KA, Hodgson AT, Nazaroff WW, Sextro RG, and Daisey JM, Factors affecting indoor air concentrations of volatile organic compounds at a site of subsurface gasoline contamination, Environmental Science & Technology 30, 2948-2957, 1996.

58. Thatcher TL, Fairchild WA, and Nazaroff WW, Particle deposition from natural convection enclosure flow onto smooth surfaces, Aerosol Science and Technology 25, 359-374, 1996.

59. Drescher AC, Park DY, Yost MG, Gadgil AJ, Levine SP, and Nazaroff WW, Stationary and time-dependent indoor tracer-gas concentration profiles measured by OP-FTIR remote sensing and SBFM computed tomography, Atmospheric Environment 31, 727-740, 1997.

60. Miller SL, Leiserson K, and Nazaroff WW, Nonlinear least-squares minimization applied to tracer gas decay for determining air flow rates in a two-zone building, Indoor Air 7, 64-75, 1997.

61. Van Loy MD, Lee VC, Gundel LA, Daisey JM, Sextro RG, and Nazaroff WW, Dynamic behavior of semivolatile organic compounds in indoor air: 1. Nicotine in a stainless steel chamber, Environmental Science & Technology 31, 2554-2561, 1997.

62. Thatcher TL and Nazaroff WW, Effect of small-scale obstructions and surface textures on particle deposition from natural convection flow, Aerosol Science and Technology 27, 709-725, 1997.

63. Miller SL, Branoff S, and Nazaroff WW, Exposure to toxic air contaminants in environmental tobacco smoke: An assessment for California based on personal monitoring data, Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 8, 287-311, 1998.

64. Marr LC, Morrison GC, Nazaroff WW, and Harley RA, Reducing the risk of accidental death due to vehicle-related carbon monoxide poisoning, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 48, 899-906, 1998.

65. Morrison GC, Nazaroff WW, Cano-Ruiz JA, Hodgson AT, and Modera MP, Indoor air quality impacts of ventilation ducts: Ozone removal and emissions of volatile organic compounds, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 48, 941-952, 1998.

66. Van Loy MD, Nazaroff WW, and Daisey JM, Nicotine as a marker for environmental tobacco smoke: Implications of sorption on indoor surface materials, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 48, 959-968, 1998.

67. Nazaroff WW, Nicas M, and Miller SL, Framework for evaluating measures to control nosocomial tuberculosis transmission, Indoor Air 8, 205-218, 1998.

68. Riley WJ, Robinson AL, Gadgil AJ, and Nazaroff WW, Effects of variable wind speed and direction on radon transport from soil into buildings: Model development and exploratory results, Atmospheric Environment 33, 2157-2168, 1999.

69. Garbesi K, Robinson AL, Sextro RG, and Nazaroff WW, Radon entry into houses: The importance of scale-dependent permeability, Health Physics 77, 183-191, 1999.

70. Lai ACK and Nazaroff WW, Modeling indoor particle deposition from turbulent flow onto smooth surfaces, Journal of Aerosol Science 31, 463-476, 2000.

71. Lai ACK, Thatcher TL, and Nazaroff WW, Inhalation transfer factors for air pollution health-risk assessments, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 50, 1688-1699, 2000.

72. Morrison GC and Nazaroff WW, The rate of ozone uptake on carpets: Experimental studies, Environmental Science & Technology 34, 4963-4968, 2000.

73. Van Loy MD, Riley WJ, Daisey JM, and Nazaroff WW, Dynamic behavior of semivolatile organic compounds in indoor air.  2. Nicotine and phenanthrene with carpet and wallboard, Environmental Science & Technology 35, 560-567, 2001.

74. Miller SL and Nazaroff WW, Environmental tobacco smoke particles in multizone indoor environments, Atmospheric Environment 35, 2053-2067, 2001.

75. Liu D-L and Nazaroff WW, Modeling pollutant penetration across building envelopes, Atmospheric Environment 35, 4451-4462, 2001.

76. Riley WJ, McKone TE, Lai ACK, and Nazaroff WW, Indoor particulate matter of outdoor origin: Importance of size-dependent removal mechanisms, Environmental Science & Technology 36, 200-207, 2002. [See errata on p. 1868.]

77. Singer BC, Hodgson AT, Guevarra KS, Hawley EL, and Nazaroff WW, Gas-phase organics in environmental tobacco smoke: 1. Effects of smoking rate, ventilation, and furnishing level on emission factors, Environmental Science & Technology 36, 846-853, 2002.

78. Morrison GC and Nazaroff WW, The rate of ozone uptake on carpet: Mathematical modeling, Atmospheric Environment 36, 1749-1756, 2002.

79. Thatcher TL, Lai ACK, Moreno-Jackson R, Sextro RG, and Nazaroff WW, Effects of room furnishings and air speed on particle deposition rates indoors, Atmospheric Environment 36, 1811-1819, 2002.

80. Bennett DH, McKone TE, Evans JS, Nazaroff WW, Margni MD, Jolliet O, Smith KR, Defining intake fraction, Environmental Science & Technology 36, A206-A211, 2002.

81. Morrison GC and Nazaroff WW, Ozone interactions with carpet: Secondary emissions of aldehydes, Environmental Science & Technology 36, 2185-2192, 2002.

82. Liu D-L, and Nazaroff WW, Particle penetration through building cracks, Aerosol Science & Technology 37, 565-573, 2003.

83. Klepeis NE, Apte MG, Gundel LA, Sextro RG, and Nazaroff WW, Determining size-specific emission factors for environmental tobacco smoke particles, Aerosol Science and Technology 37, 780-790, 2003.

84. Marshall JD, Riley WJ, McKone TE, and Nazaroff WW, Intake fraction of primary pollutants: Motor vehicle emissions in the South Coast air basin, Atmospheric Environment 37, 3455-3468, 2003.

85. Singer BC, Hodgson AT, and Nazaroff WW, Gas-phase organics in environmental tobacco smoke: 2. Exposure-relevant emission factors and indirect exposures from habitual smoking, Atmospheric Environment 37, 5551-5561, 2003.

86. Siegel JA and Nazaroff WW, Predicting particle deposition on HVAC heat exchangers, Atmospheric Environment 37, 5587-5596, 2003.

87. Sippola MR and Nazaroff WW, Modeling particle loss in ventilation ducts, Atmospheric Environment 37, 5597-5609, 2003.

88. Nazaroff WW and Weschler CJ, Cleaning products and air fresheners: Exposure to primary and secondary air pollutants, Atmospheric Environment 38, 2841-2865, 2004.

89. Nazaroff WW and Singer BC, Inhalation of hazardous air pollutants from environmental tobacco smoke in US residences, Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 14, S71-S77, 2004.

90.      Nazaroff WW, Indoor particle dynamics, Indoor Air 14 (Supplement 7), 175-183, 2004.

91. Sippola MR and Nazaroff WW, Experiments measuring particle deposition from fully developed turbulent flow in ventilation ducts, Aerosol Science & Technology 38, 914-925, 2004.

92. Marshall JD, McKone TE, Deakin E, and Nazaroff WW, Inhalation of motor vehicle emissions: Effects of urban population and land area, Atmospheric Environment 39, 283-295, 2005.

93. Sippola MR and Nazaroff WW, Particle deposition in ventilation ducts: Connectors, bends and developing turbulent flow, Aerosol Science & Technology 39, 139-150, 2005.

94. Marshall JD, Teoh S-K, and Nazaroff WW, Intake fraction of nonreactive vehicle emissions in US urban areas, Atmospheric Environment 39, 1363-1371, 2005.

95. Nicas M, Nazaroff WW, and Hubbard A, Toward understanding the risk of secondary airborne infection: Emission of respirable pathogens, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 2, 143-154, 2005.

96. Chan WR, Nazaroff WW, Price PN, Sohn MD, and Gadgil AJ, Analyzing a database of residential air leakage in the United States, Atmospheric Environment 39, 3445-3455, 2005.

97. Lai ACK and Nazaroff WW, Supermicron particle deposition from turbulent chamber flow onto smooth and rough vertical surfaces, Atmospheric Environment 39, 4893-4900, 2005.

98. Singer BC, Destaillats H, Hodgson AT, and Nazaroff WW, Cleaning products and air fresheners: Emissions and resulting concentrations of glycol ethers and terpenoids, Indoor Air 16, 179-191, 2006.

99. Sreedharan P, Sohn MD, Gadgil AJ, and Nazaroff WW, Systems approach to evaluating sensor characteristics for real-time monitoring of high-risk indoor contaminant releases, Atmospheric Environment 40, 3490-3502, 2006.

100. Marshall JD, Granvold PW, Hoats AS, McKone TE, Deakin E, Nazaroff WW, Inhalation intake of ambient air pollution in California’s South Coast Air Basin, Atmospheric Environment 40, 4381-4392, 2006.

101. Klepeis NE, and Nazaroff WW, Modeling residential exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke, Atmospheric Environment 40, 4393-4407, 2006.

102. Klepeis NE, and Nazaroff WW, Mitigating residential exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke, Atmospheric Environment 40, 4408-4422, 2006.

103. Destaillats H, Lunden MM, Singer BC, Coleman BK, Hodgson AT, Weschler CJ, Nazaroff WW, Indoor secondary pollutants from household product emissions in the presence of ozone. A bench-scale chamber study, Environmental Science & Technology 40, 4421-4428, 2006.

104. Singer BC, Coleman BK, Destaillats H, Hodgson AT, Lunden MM, Weschler CJ, Nazaroff WW, Indoor secondary pollutants from cleaning product and air freshener use in the presence of ozone, Atmospheric Environment 40, 6696-6710, 2006.

105. Heath GA, Granvold PW, Hoats AS, Nazaroff WW, Intake fraction assessment of the air pollutant exposure implications of a shift toward distributed electricity generation, Atmospheric Environment 40, 7164-7177, 2006.

106. Chan WR, Nazaroff WW, Price PN, Gadgil AJ, Effectiveness of urban shelter-in-place. I: Idealized conditions, Atmospheric Environment 41, 4962-4976, 2007.

107. Weschler CJ, Wisthaler A, Cowlin S, Tamás G, Strøm-Tejsen P, Hodgson AT, Destaillats H, Herrington J, Zhang J, Nazaroff WW, Ozone-initiated chemistry in an occupied simulated aircraft cabin, Environmental Science & Technology 41, 6177-6184, 2007.

108. Chan WR, Nazaroff WW, Price PN, Gadgil AJ, Effectiveness of urban shelter-in-place. II: Residential districts, Atmospheric Environment 41, 7082-7095, 2007.

109. Heath GA, Nazaroff WW, Intake-to-delivered-energy ratios for central station and distributed electricity generation in California, Atmospheric Environment 41, 9159-9172, 2007.

110. Sreedharan P, Sohn MD, Nazaroff WW, Gadgil AJ, Influence of indoor transport and mixing time scales on the performance of sensor systems for characterizing contaminant releases, Atmospheric Environment 41, 9530-9542, 2007.

111. Nazaroff WW, Inhalation intake fraction of pollutants from episodic indoor emissions, Building and Environment 43, 267-277, 2008.

112. Coleman BK, Destaillats H, Hodgson AT, Nazaroff WW, Ozone consumption and volatile byproduct formation from surface reactions with aircraft cabin materials and clothing fabrics, Atmospheric Environment 42, 642-654, 2008.

113. Bhangar S, Cowlin SC, Singer BC, Sextro RG, Nazaroff WW, Ozone levels in passenger cabins of commercial aircraft on North American and transoceanic routes, Environmental Science & Technology 42, 3938-3943, 2008; correction: 46, 1952, 2012.

114. Chan WR, Nazaroff WW, Price PN, Gadgil AJ, Effectiveness of urban shelter-in-place. III. Commercial districts, Building Simulation 1, 144-157, 2008.

115. Shehabi A, Horvath A, Tschudi W, Gadgil AJ, Nazaroff WW, Particle concentrations in data centers, Atmospheric Environment 42, 5978-5990, 2008.

116. Nazaroff WW, New directions: It’s time to put the human receptor into air pollution control policy, Atmospheric Environment 42, 6565-6566, 2008.

117. Coleman BK, Lunden MM, Destaillats H, Nazaroff WW, Secondary organic aerosol from ozone-initiated reactions with terpene-rich household products, Atmospheric Environment 42, 8234-8245, 2008.

118. Weschler CJ, Nazaroff WW, Semivolatile organic compounds in indoor environments, Atmospheric Environment 42, 9018-9040, 2008.

119. Ferro AR, Klepeis NE, Ott WR, Nazaroff WW, Hildemann LM, Switzer P, Effect of interior door position on room-to-room differences in residential pollutant concentrations after short-term releases, Atmospheric Environment 43, 706-714, 2009.

120. Shehabi A, Ganguly S, Gundel LA, Horvath A, Kirchstetter TW, Lunden MM, Tschudi W, Gadgil AJ, Nazaroff WW, Can combining economizers with improved filtration save energy and protect equipment in data centers? Building and Environment 45, 718-726, 2010.

121. Coleman BK, Wells JR, Nazaroff WW, Investigating ozone-induced decomposition of surface-bound permethrin for conditions in aircraft cabins, Indoor Air 20, 61-71, 2010.

122. Luo Z, Li Y, Nazaroff WW, Intake fraction of motor vehicle exhaust in Hong Kong, Atmospheric Environment 44, 1913-1918, 2010.

123. Weschler CJ, Nazaroff WW, SVOC partitioning between the gas phase and settled dust indoors, Atmospheric Environment 44, 3609-3620, 2010.

124. Sreedharan P, Sohn MD, Nazaroff WW, Gadgil AJ, Towards improved characterization of high-risk releases using heterogeneous indoor sensor systems, Building and Environment 46, 438-446, 2011.

125. Mullen NA, Bhangar S, Hering SV, Kreisberg NM, Nazaroff WW, Ultrafine particle concentrations and exposures in six elementary school classrooms in northern California, Indoor Air 21, 77-87, 2011.

126. Shehabi A, Masanet E, Price H, Horvath A, Nazaroff WW, Data center design and location: Consequences for electricity use and greenhouse-gas emissions, Building and Environment 46, 990-998, 2011.

127. McKone TE, Nazaroff WW, Berck P, Auffhammer M, Lipman T, Torn MS, Masanet E, Lobscheid A, Santero N, Mishra U, Barrett A, Bomberg M, Fingerman K, Scown C, Strogen B, Horvath A, Grand challenges for life-cycle assessment of biofuels, Environmental Science & Technology 45, 1751-1756, 2011.

128. Bhangar S, Mullen NA, Kreisberg NM, Hering SV, Nazaroff WW, Ultrafine particle concentrations and exposures in seven residences in northern California, Indoor Air 21, 132-144, 2011.

129. Sundell J, Levin H, Nazaroff WW, Cain WS, Fisk WJ, Grimsrud DT, Gyntelberg F, Li Y, Persily AK, Pickering AC, Samet JM, Spengler JD, Taylor ST, Weschler CJ, Ventilation rates and health: Multidisciplinary review of the scientific literature, Indoor Air 21, 191-204, 2011.

130. Clausen G, Bekö G, Corsi RL, Gunnarsen L, Nazaroff WW, Olesen BW, Sigsgaard T, Sundell J, Toftum J, Weschler CJ, Reflections on the state of research: Indoor environmental quality, Indoor Air 21, 219-230, 2011.

131. Apte JS, Kirchstetter TW, Reich AH, Deshpande SJ, Kaushik G, Chel A, Marshall JD, Nazaroff WW, Concentrations of fine, ultrafine, and black carbon particles in auto-rickshaws in New Delhi, India, Atmospheric Environment 45, 4470-4480, 2011.

132. Mullen NA, Liu C, Zhang Y, Wang S, Nazaroff WW, Ultrafine particle concentrations and exposures in four high-rise Beijing apartments, Atmospheric Environment 45, 7574-7582, 2011.

133. Scown CD, Nazaroff WW, Mishra U, Strogen B, Lobscheid AB, Masanet E, Santero NJ, Horvath A, McKone TE, Lifecycle greenhouse gas implications of US national scenarios for cellulosic ethanol production, Environmental Research Letters 7, 014011, 2012.

134. Apte JS, Bombrun E, Marshall JD, Nazaroff WW, Global intraurban intake fractions for primary air pollutants emitted from vehicles and other distributed sources, Environmental Science & Technology 46, 3415-3423, 2012.

135. Hospodsky D, Qian J, Nazaroff WW, Yamamoto Y, Bibby K, Rismani-Yazdi H, Peccia J, Human occupancy as a source of indoor airborne bacteria, PLoS ONE 7, e34867, 2012.

136. Qian J, Hospodsky D, Yamamoto N, Nazaroff WW, Peccia J, Size-resolved emission rates of airborne bacteria and fungi in an occupied classroom, Indoor Air 22, 339-351, 2012.

137. Weschler CJ, Nazaroff WW, SVOC exposure indoors: Fresh look at dermal pathways, Indoor Air 22, 356-377, 2012.

138. Yamamoto N, Bibby K, Qian J, Hospodsky D, Rismani-Yazdi H, Nazaroff WW, Peccia J, Particle size distributions and seasonal diversity of allergenic and pathogenic fungi in outdoor air, ISME Journal 6, 1801-1811, 2012.

139. Little JC, Weschler CJ, Nazaroff WW, Liu Z, Cohen Hubal EA, Rapid methods to estimate potential exposure to semivolatile organic compounds in the indoor environment, Environmental Science & Technology 46, 11171-11178, 2012.

140. Lobscheid AB, Nazaroff WW, Spears M, Horvath A, McKone TE, Intake fractions of primary conserved air pollutants emitted from on-road vehicles in the United States, Atmospheric Environment 63, 298-305, 2012.

141. Nazaroff WW, Weschler CJ, Little JC, Cohen Hubal EA, Intake-to-production ratio: A measure of exposure intimacy for manufactured chemicals, Environmental Health Perspectives 120, 1678-1683, 2013.

142. Bhangar S, Singer BC, Nazaroff WW, Calibration of the Ogawa passive ozone sampler for aircraft cabins, Atmospheric Environment 65, 21-24, 2013.

143. Bhangar S, Nazaroff WW, Atmospheric ozone levels encountered by commercial aircraft on translatlantic routes, Environmental Research Letters 8, 014006, 2013.

144. Nazaroff WW, Exploring the consequences of climate change for indoor air quality, Environmental Research Letters 8, 015022, 2013.

145. Scown CD, Taptich M, Horvath A, McKone TE, Nazaroff WW, Achieving deep cuts in the carbon intensity of US automobile transportation by 2050: Complementary roles for electricity and biofuels, Environmental Science & Technology 47, 9044-9052, 2013.

146. Sippola MR, Nazaroff WW, Anisokinetic shrouded nozzle system for constant low-flow rate aerosol sampling from turbulent duct flow, Aerosol Science and Technology 48, 90-98, 2014.

147. Weschler CJ, Nazaroff WW, Dermal uptake of organic vapors commonly found in indoor air, Environmental Science & Technology 48, 1230-1237, 2014.

148. Yamamoto N, Nazaroff WW, Peccia J, Assessing the aerodynamic diameters of taxon-specific fungal bioaerosols by quantitative PCR and next-generation DNA sequencing, Journal of Aerosol Science, 78, 1-10, 2014.

149. Bhangar S, Huffman JA, Nazaroff WW, Size-resolved fluorescent particle concentrations and occupant emissions in a university classroom, Indoor Air, 24, 604-617, 2014.

150. Yang B, Schiavon S, Sekhar C, Cheong D, Tham KW, Nazaroff WW, Cooling efficiency of a brushless direct current stand fan, Building and Environment, 85, 196-204, 2015.

151. Gall ET, Nazaroff WW, Potential climate and health benefits from CO2 capture in commercial buildings, Atmospheric Environment, 103, 378-380, 2015.

152. Rim D, Schiavon S, Nazaroff WW, Energy and cost associated with ventilating office buildings in a tropical climate, PLoS One, 10, e0122310, 2015.

153. Yamamoto N, Hospodsky D, Dannemiller KC, Nazaroff WW, Peccia J, Indoor emissions as a primary source of airborne allergenic fungal particles in classrooms, Environmental Science & Technology, 49, 5098-5106, 2015.

154. Adams RI, Bhangar S, Pasut W, Arens EA, Taylor JW, Lindow SE, Nazaroff WW, Bruns TD, Chamber bioaerosol study: Outdoor air and human occupants as sources of indoor airborne microbes, PLoS One, 10, e0128022, 2015.

155. Gall ET, Chen A, Chang VWC, Nazaroff WW, Exposure to particulate matter and ozone of outdoor origin in Singapore, Building and Environment, 93, 3-13, 2015.

156. Zhou J, Chen A, Cao Q, Yang B, Chang VWC, Nazaroff WW, Particle exposure during the 2013 haze in Singapore: Importance of the built environment, Building and Environment, 93, 14-23, 2015.

157. Hospodsky D, Yamamoto N, Nazaroff WW, Miller D, Gorthala S, Peccia J, Characterizing airborne fungal and bacterial concentrations and emission rates in six occupied children’s classrooms, Indoor Air 25, 641-652, 2015.

158. Tang X, Misztal P, Nazaroff WW, Goldstein AH, Siloxanes dominate VOC emissions from engineering students in a classroom, Environmental Science & Technology Letters 2, 303-307, 2015.

159. Rim D, Gall ET, Maddalena R, Nazaroff WW, Ozone reaction with interior building materials: Influence of diurnal ozone variation, temperature and humidity, Atmospheric Environment 125, 15-23, 2016.

160. Schiavon S, Rim D, Pasut W, Nazaroff WW, Sensation of draft at uncovered ankles for women exposed to displacement ventilation and underfloor air distribution systems, Building and Environment 96, 228-236, 2016.

161. Nazaroff WW, Indoor bioaerosol dynamics, Indoor Air 26, 61-78, 2016.

162. Chen A, Cao Q, Zhou J, Yang B, Chang VWC, Nazaroff WW, Indoor and outdoor particles in an air-conditioned building during and after the 2013 haze in Singapore, Building and Environment 99, 73-81, 2016.

163. Bhangar S, Adams RI, Pasut W, Huffman JA, Arens EA, Taylor JW, Bruns TD, Nazaroff WW, Chamber bioaerosol study: Human emissions of size-resolved fluorescent biological aerosol particles, Indoor Air 26, 193-206, 2016.

164. Gall ET, Cheung T, Luhung I, Schiavon S, Nazaroff WW, Real-time monitoring of personal exposures to carbon dioxide, Building and Environment 104, 59-67, 2016.

165. Licina D, Bhangar S, Brooks B, Baker R, Firek B, Tang X, Morowitz MJ, Banfield JF, Nazaroff WW, Concentrations and sources of airborne particles in a neonatal intensive care unit, PLoS One 11, e0154991, 2016.

166. Bhangar S, Brooks B, Firek B, Licina D, Tang X, Morowitz MJ, Banfield JF, Nazaroff WW, Pilot study of sources and concentrations of size-resolved airborne particles in a neonatal intensive care unit, Building and Environment 106, 10-19, 2016.

167. Wu Y, Chen A, Luhung I, Gall ET, Cao Q, Chang VWC, Nazaroff WW, Bioaerosol deposition on an air-conditioning cooling coil, Atmospheric Environment 144, 257-266, 2016.

168. Gall ET, Sonat C, Nazaroff WW, Unluer C, Investigating CO2 removal by Ca- and Mg-based sorbents with application to indoor air treatment, Building and Environment 110, 161-172, 2016.

169. Tang X, Misztal PK, Nazaroff WW, Goldstein AH, Volatile organic compound emissions from humans indoors, Environmental Science & Technology 50, 12686-12694, 2016.

170. Cheung CT, Schiavon S, Gall ET, Jin M, Nazaroff WW, Longitudinal assessment of thermal and perceived air quality acceptability in relation to temperature, humidity, and CO2 exposure in Singapore, Building and Environment 115, 80-90, 2017.

171. Zhou J, Fang W, Cao Q, Yang L, Chang VWC, Nazaroff WW, Influence of moisturizer and relative humidity on human emissions of fluorescent biological aerosol particles, Indoor Air 27, 587-598, 2017.

172. Schiavon S, Yang B, Donner Y, Chang VWC, Nazaroff WW, Thermal comfort, perceived air quality and cognitive performance when personally controlled air movement is used by tropically acclimatized persons, Indoor Air 27, 690-702, 2017.

173. Liu S, Schiavon S, Kabanshi A, Nazaroff WW, Predicted percentage dissatisfied with ankle draft, Indoor Air (in press), doi: 10.1111/ina.12364.

174. Licina D, Tian Y, Nazaroff WW, Emission rates and the personal cloud effect associated with particle release from the perihuman environment, Indoor Air (in press), doi: 10.1111/ina.12365.

175. Weschler CJ, Nazaroff WW, Growth of organic films on indoor surfaces, Indoor Air (in press), doi: 10.1111/ina.12396.

Books

• Nazaroff WW and Nero AV (Eds.), Radon and Its Decay Products in Indoor Air, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1988 (ISBN 0-471-62810-7), 518 pp.

• Cass GR, Druzik JR, Grosjean D, Nazaroff WW, Whitmore PM, and Wittman CL, Protection of Works of Art from Atmospheric Ozone, The Getty Conservation Institute, Marina del Rey, California, 1989 (ISBN 0-89236-126-3), 94 pp. (http://www.getty.edu/conservation/resources/ozone.pdf)

• Nazaroff WW, Ligocki MP, Salmon LG, Cass GR, Fall T, Jones MC, Liu HIH, and Ma T, Airborne Particles in Museums, Research in Conservation 6, The Getty Conservation Institute, Marina del Rey, California, 1993 (ISBN 0-89236-187-5), 144 pp. (http://www.getty.edu/conservation/resources/airborne.pdf)

• Nazaroff WW and Alvarez-Cohen L, Environmental Engineering Science, Wiley, New York, 2001 (ISBN 0-471-14494-0), 690 pp.

Book Chapters and Articles in Books

1. Nazaroff WW, Nero AV, and Revzan KL, Alpha spectroscopic techniques for field measurement of radon daughters, Natural Radiation Environment, Vohra KG, et al. (Eds.), Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 1982, pp. 350-357.

2. Nero AV, Boegel ML, Hollowell CD, Ingersoll JG, Nazaroff WW, and Revzan KL, Radon and its daughters in energy efficient buildings, Natural Radiation Environment, Vohra KG, et al. (Eds.), Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 1982, pp. 473-480.

3. Sextro RG, Moed BA, Nazaroff WW, Revzan KL, and Nero AV, Investigations of soil as a source of indoor radon, Radon and Its Decay Products: Occurrence, Properties and Health Effects, Hopke PK (Ed.), American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 1987, pp. 10-29.

4. Nazaroff WW, Moed BA, and Sextro RG, Soil as a source of indoor radon: Generation, migration, and entry, Radon and Its Decay Products in Indoor Air, Nazaroff WW and Nero AV (Eds.), John Wiley and Sons, New York, 57-112, 1988.

5. Nazaroff WW, Doyle SM, Nero AV, and Sextro RG, Radon entry via potable water, Radon and Its Decay Products in Indoor Air, Nazaroff WW and Nero AV (Eds.), John Wiley and Sons, New York, 131-157, 1988.

6. Nazaroff WW, Measurement techniques, Radon and Its Decay Products in Indoor Air, Nazaroff WW and Nero AV (Eds.), John Wiley and Sons, New York, 491-504, 1988.

7. Nazaroff WW, Gadgil AJ, and Weschler CJ, Critique of the use of deposition velocity in modeling indoor air quality, Modeling Indoor Air Quality and Exposure, ASTM STP 1205, Nagda NL (Ed.), American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 81-104, 1993.

8. Nazaroff WW, Radon hazards, Encyclopedia of Environmental Science, Alexander DE and Fairbridge RW (Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 499-501, 1999.

9. Nazaroff WW and Klepeis NE, Environmental tobacco smoke particles, Indoor Environment: Airborne Particles and Settled Dust, Morawska L and Salthammer T (Eds.), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 2004, pp. 245-274.

10. Marshall JD and Nazaroff WW, Intake fraction, in Exposure Analysis, Ott W, Steinemann AC, and Wallace L (Eds.), Taylor and Francis, 2006, pp. 237-251.

Major Committee Reports

1. Risk Assessment Advisory Committee, A Review of the California Environmental Protection Agency’s Risk Assessment Practices, Policies, and Guidelines, California Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, Science Advisory Board, 1996.

2. Committee on Air Quality in Passenger Cabins of Commercial Aircraft, The Airliner Cabin Environment and the Health of Passengers and Crew, National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, 2002.

3. Committee on the Effect of Climate Change on Indoor Air Quality and Public Health, Climate Change, the Indoor Environment, and Health, Institute of Medicine, National Academies Press, Washington, DC, 2011.