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  • Pan, Yong-Le; Eversole, Jay D.; Kaye, Paul H.; Foot, Virginia; Pinnick, Ronald G.; Hill, Steven C.; Mayo, Michael W.; Bottiger, Jerold R.; Huston, Alan; Sivaprakasarn, Vasanthi; Chang, Richard K. (Human Press / Springer, 2007)
    All aspects of fluorescence from a single or a cluster of bio-aerosol particles are treated in this chapter. The following topics are covered: light sources to induce fluorescence, detectors to sense fluorescence, excitation ...
  • Whitehead, James D.; Darbyshire, Eoghan; Brito, Joel; Barbosa, Henrique M.J.; Crawford, I.A.; Stern, Rafael; Gallagher, Martin W.; Kaye, Paul; Allan, James D.; Coe, H.; Artaxo, Paulo; McFiggans, G. B. (2016-08-03)
    The Amazon basin is a vast continental area in which atmospheric composition is relatively unaffected by anthropogenic aerosol particles. Understanding the proper- ties of the natural biogenic aerosol particles over the ...
  • Kaye, Paul H.; Hirst, Edwin; Micheli, F. (1992)
    An instrument has been developed to investigate the potential characterisation of airborne particles, with particular reference to shape and size, by analysis of the spatial intensity distribution of scattered light. In ...
  • Hirst, E.; Kaye, Paul H.; Greenaway, R.; Field, P.R. (2000)
    When investigating the composition and dynamics of the atmosphere's particulate matter, particle shape is an important parameter by which classification and possibly identification of particles may be achieved. Spherical ...
  • Crawford, I.P.; Robinson, Niall; Flynn, M.; Foot, V.E.; Gallagher, M.W.; Huffman, J. A.; Stanley, Warren; Kaye, Paul H. (2014-01-21)
    The behaviour of Primary Biological Aerosols (PBA) at an elevated, un-polluted North American forest site was studied using an Ultra Violet-Light Induced Fluorescence (UV-LIF) measurement technique in conjunction with ...
  • Hirst, Edwin; Kaye, Paul H.; Saunders, S.; Johnson, D.W.; Pickering, M.A. (1998)
    To be able to understand the radiative transfer properties of ice and mixed phase (ice and water) clouds, a detailed knowledge of the cloud particles' shapes and sizes is required, along with measurements of the number ...
  • Secker, D.R.; Hirst, Edwin; Kaye, Paul H. (1998)
    This paper describes the progress of a research project aimed at optically characterising the degree of deformation suffered by liquid droplets within the TSI Aerodynamic Particle Sizer APS3320 with a view to providing a ...
  • Ulanowski, Zbigniew; Stopford, Chris; Hesse, Evelyn; Kaye, Paul H.; Hirst, Edwin; Schnaiter, M. (2007)
    Azimuthal scattering patterns obtained from ice crystals using the Small Ice Detector 2 are examined. They are converted to frequency spectra using Fast Fourier Transform. To classify the shape of the crystals, the spectra ...
  • Kaye, Paul H.; Hirst, Edwin; Greenaway, Richard; Ulanowski, Zbigniew; Hesse, Evelyn; DeMott, P.; Saunders, C.; Connolly, P. (2008)
    We describe preliminary results from an optical scattering instrument designed to assess the shapes and sizes of microscopic atmospheric cloud particles, especially the smallest ice crystals, that can profoundly affect ...
  • Robinson, Niall H.; Allan, J.D.; Huffman, J. A.; Kaye, Paul H.; Foot, V.E.; Gallagher, M.W. (2013-02-13)
    Hierarchical agglomerative cluster analysis was performed on single-particle multi-spatial data sets comprising optical diameter, asymmetry and three different fluorescence measurements, gathered using two dual Wideband ...
  • Clark, J.M.; Kaye, Paul H.; Hirst, E. (1993-03-26)
  • Stanley, W.; Kaye, Paul H.; Foot, V.E.; Barrington, S.J.; Gallagher, M.; Gabey, A. (University of Hertfordshire, 2008)
    This paper describes an instrument designed to achieve the continuous monitoring of ambient bio-aerosol concentrations. The instrument is a compact, relatively low-cost, UV aerosol spectrometer that monitors and classifies ...
  • Stanley, W.; Kaye, Paul H.; Foot, V.E.; Barrington, S.J.; Gallagher, M.; Gabey, A. (2011)
    An instrument designed to continuously monitor ambient bioaerosol concentrations is presented. The instrument is a compact, relatively low-cost, UV aerosol spectrometer that monitors and classifies individual airborne ...
  • Harris, N. R. P.; Carpenter, L. J.; Lee, J. D.; Vaughan, G.; Filus, M. T.; Jones, R. L.; OuYang, B.; Pyle, J. A.; Robinson, A. D.; Andrews, S. J.; Lewis, A. C.; Minaeian, J.; Vaughan, A.; Dorsey, J. R.; Gallagher, M. W.; Le Breton, M.; Newton, R.; Percival, C. J.; Ricketts, H. M. A.; Baugitte, S. J-B.; Nott, G. J.; Wellpott, A.; Ashfold, M. J.; Flemming, J.; Butler, R.; Palmer, P. I.; Kaye, P. H.; Stopford, C.; Chemel, C.; Boesch, H.; Humpage, N.; Vick, A.; MacKenzie, A. R.; Hyde, R.; Angelov, P.; Meneguz, E.; Manning, A. J. (2017-01-23)
    The main field activities of the CAST (Co-ordinated Airborne Studies in the Tropics) campaign took place in the West Pacific in January/February 2014. The field campaign was based in Guam (13.5°N, 144.8°E) using the UK ...
  • Adams, Roderick; te Boekhorst, Rene; Rust, A.G.; Kaye, Paul H.; Schilstra, M. (IEEE, 2004)
    The processes and mechanisms of biological neural development provide many powerful insights for the creation of artificial neural systems. Biological neural systems are, in general, much more effective in carrying out ...
  • School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics; Science & Technology Research Institute; Centre for Atmospheric and Instrumentation Research; Particle Instrumentation; Kaye, Paul H.; Hirst, Edwin (2003-08-12)
  • School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics; Science & Technology Research Institute; Centre for Atmospheric and Instrumentation Research; Particle Instrumentation; Kaye, Paul H.; Hirst, Edwin (2003-06-18)
  • Hirst, E.; Kaye, Paul H.; Greenaway, R.; Field, P.R.; Johnson, D.W. (2001)
    Preliminary experimental results are presented from an aircraft-mounted probe designed to provide in situ data on cloud particle shape, size, and number concentration. In particular, the probe has been designed to facilitate ...
  • Kaye, Paul H.; Stanley, W.; Foot, V.E.; Baxter, K.; Barrington, S.J. (2005)
    Laser diodes and light-emitting diodes capable of continuous sub-300 nm radiation emission will ultimately represent optimal excitation sources for compact and fieldable bio-aerosol monitors. However, until such devices ...
  • Kaye, Paul H.; Stanley, W.; Foot, V.E.; Baxter, K.; Barrington, S.J. (2005)
    Laser diodes and light-emitting diodes capable of continuous sub-300 nm radiation emission will ultimately represent optimal excitation sources for compact and fieldable bio-aerosol monitors. However, until such devices ...

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