Celebrating Bidleman’s 1988 “Atmospheric Processes”
Environmental Science & Technology
Atmospheric physics, Atmosphere
The authors highlight the accomplishment of Terry F. Bidleman’s article, "Atmospheric processes: Wet and dry deposition of organic compounds are controlled by their vapor-particle partitioning". Since its 1988 appearance in ES&T the article has had a notable impact on the field of contaminant science. The paper has been cited in over 600 journal articles published by authors from every continent. Far from fading into obscurity, the paper’s influence has been remarkably consistent. Citations over the last year match the annual average attained since publication.
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Elisabeth Galarneau, Janet Arey, Roger Atkinson, Jordi Dachs, Steven Eisenreich, Tom Harner, Ronald A. Hites, Gerhard Lammel, Rainer Lohmann, Donald Mackay, Mustafa Odabasi, James F. Pankow, Martin Scheringer, Deborah Swackhamer, Yucel Tasdemir, and Frank Wania (2015). Celebrating Bidleman’s 1988 “Atmospheric Processes” Environmental Science & Technology 2015 49 (3), 1235-1236.