PI-SWERL: Articles of Interest

Bacon, S. N., E. V. McDonald, et al. "Total suspended particulate matter emissions at high friction velocities from desert landforms." Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface 116.

Buck, B. J., J. King, et al. "Effects of Salt Mineralogy on Dust Emissions, Salton Sea, California." Soil Science Society of America Journal 75(5): 1971-1985.

Etyemezian, V., G. Nikolich, et al. (2007). "The Portable In Situ Wind Erosion Laboratory (PI-SWERL): A new method to measure PM(10) potential for windblown dust properties and emissions." Atmospheric Environment 41(18): 3789-3796.

Goossens, D. and B. Buck (2009). "Dust dynamics in off-road vehicle trails: Measurements on 16 arid soil types, Nevada, USA." Journal of Environmental Management 90(11): 3458-3469.

Kavouras, I. G., V. Etyemezian, et al. (2009). "A New Technique for Characterizing the Efficacy of Fugitive Dust Suppressants." Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 59(5): 603-612.

King, J., V. Etyemezian, et al. "Dust emission variability at the Salton Sea, California, USA." Aeolian Research 3(1): 67-79.

Sankey, J. B., J. U. H. Eitel, et al. "Quantifying relationships of burning, roughness, and potential dust emission with laser altimetry of soil surfaces at submeter scales." Geomorphology 135(1-2): 181-190.

Sweeney, M., V. Etyemezian, et al. (2008). "Comparison of PI-SWERL with dust emission measurements from a straight-line field wind tunnel." Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface 113(F1).

Sweeney, M. R., E. V. McDonald, et al. "Quantifying dust emissions from desert landforms, eastern Mojave Desert, USA." Geomorphology 135(1-2): 21-34.