Sina Hasheminassab
Sina Hasheminassab
South Coast Air Quality Management District
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Long-term source apportionment of ambient fine particulate matter (PM2. 5) in the Los Angeles Basin: A focus on emissions reduction from vehicular sources
S Hasheminassab, N Daher, BD Ostro, C Sioutas
Environmental Pollution 193, 54-64, 2014
Spatial and temporal variability of sources of ambient fine particulate matter (PM2.5) in California
S Hasheminassab, N Daher, A Saffari, D Wang, BD Ostro, C Sioutas
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14 (22), 12085-12097, 2014
Environmental pollution and emission factors of electronic cigarettes, heat-not-burn tobacco products, and conventional cigarettes
AA Ruprecht, C De Marco, A Saffari, P Pozzi, R Mazza, C Veronese, ...
Aerosol science and technology 51 (6), 674-684, 2017
Source apportionment of ambient particle number concentrations in central Los Angeles using positive matrix factorization (PMF)
MH Sowlat, S Hasheminassab, C Sioutas
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16 (8), 4849-4866, 2016
Associations of oxidative stress and inflammatory biomarkers with chemically-characterized air pollutant exposures in an elderly cohort
X Zhang, N Staimer, DL Gillen, T Tjoa, JJ Schauer, MM Shafer, ...
Environmental research 150, 306-319, 2016
Seasonal and spatial variability in chemical composition and mass closure of ambient ultrafine particles in the megacity of Los Angeles
N Daher, S Hasheminassab, MM Shafer, JJ Schauer, C Sioutas
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 15 (1), 283-295, 2013
Source apportionment and organic compound characterization of ambient ultrafine particulate matter (PM) in the Los Angeles Basin
S Hasheminassab, N Daher, JJ Schauer, C Sioutas
Atmospheric Environment 79, 529-539, 2013
Impact of primary and secondary organic sources on the oxidative potential of quasi-ultrafine particles (PM0. 25) at three contrasting locations in the Los Angeles Basin
A Saffari, S Hasheminassab, D Wang, MM Shafer, JJ Schauer, C Sioutas
Atmospheric Environment 120, 286-296, 2015
Performance evaluation of twelve low-cost PM2. 5 sensors at an ambient air monitoring site
B Feenstra, V Papapostolou, S Hasheminassab, H Zhang, ...
Atmospheric Environment 216, 116946, 2019
Fine and ultrafine particulate organic carbon in the Los Angeles basin: trends in sources and composition
F Shirmohammadi, S Hasheminassab, A Saffari, JJ Schauer, RJ Delfino, ...
Science of The Total Environment 541, 1083-1096, 2016
Advances in multiangle satellite remote sensing of speciated airborne particulate matter and association with adverse health effects: from MISR to MAIA
DJ Diner, SW Boland, M Brauer, C Bruegge, KA Burke, R Chipman, ...
Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 12 (4), 042603, 2018
Associations between microvascular function and short-term exposure to traffic-related air pollution and particulate matter oxidative potential
X Zhang, N Staimer, T Tjoa, DL Gillen, JJ Schauer, MM Shafer, ...
Environmental health 15 (1), 1-16, 2016
Chemical characterization and source apportionment of indoor and outdoor fine particulate matter (PM2. 5) in retirement communities of the Los Angeles Basin
S Hasheminassab, N Daher, MM Shafer, JJ Schauer, RJ Delfino, ...
Science of the total environment 490, 528-537, 2014
Emission rates of particle number, mass and black carbon by the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and its impact on air quality in Los Angeles
F Shirmohammadi, MH Sowlat, S Hasheminassab, A Saffari, G Ban-Weiss, ...
Atmospheric Environment 151, 82-93, 2017
Oxidative potential of on-road fine particulate matter (PM2. 5) measured on major freeways of Los Angeles, CA, and a 10-year comparison with earlier roadside studies
F Shirmohammadi, D Wang, S Hasheminassab, V Verma, JJ Schauer, ...
Atmospheric Environment 148, 102-114, 2017
Source apportionment of the redox activity of urban quasi-ultrafine particles (PM0. 49) in Thessaloniki following the increased biomass burning due to the economic crisis in Greece
G Argyropoulos, A Besis, D Voutsa, C Samara, MH Sowlat, ...
Science of The Total Environment 568, 124-136, 2016
Urban traffic-derived nanoparticulate matter reduces neurite outgrowth via TNFα in vitro
H Cheng, DA Davis, S Hasheminassab, C Sioutas, TE Morgan, CE Finch
Journal of neuroinflammation 13 (1), 1-11, 2016
Associations of source-specific fine particulate matter with emergency department visits in California
B Ostro, B Malig, S Hasheminassab, K Berger, E Chang, C Sioutas
American journal of epidemiology 184 (6), 450-459, 2016
Nighttime aqueous-phase secondary organic aerosols in Los Angeles and its implication for fine particulate matter composition and oxidative potential
A Saffari, S Hasheminassab, MM Shafer, JJ Schauer, TA Chatila, ...
Atmospheric Environment 133, 112-122, 2016
The relative importance of tailpipe and non-tailpipe emissions on the oxidative potential of ambient particles in Los Angeles, CA
F Shirmohammadi, S Hasheminassab, D Wang, JJ Schauer, MM Shafer, ...
Faraday discussions 189, 361-380, 2016
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