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Sarah A. Green
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Quantifying the consensus on anthropogenic global warming in the scientific literature
J Cook, D Nuccitelli, SA Green, M Richardson, B Winkler, R Painting, ...
Environmental research letters 8 (2), 024024, 2013
21842013
Consensus on consensus: a synthesis of consensus estimates on human-caused global warming
J Cook, N Oreskes, PT Doran, WRL Anderegg, B Verheggen, ...
Environmental research letters 11 (4), 048002, 2016
18532016
Optical absorption and fluorescence properties of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in natural waters
SA Green, NV Blough
Limnology and Oceanography 39 (8), 1903-1916, 1994
9311994
Characterization of dissolved organic matter in the Black Sea by fluorescence spectroscopy
PG Coble, SA Green, NV Blough, RB Gagosian
Nature 348 (6300), 432-435, 1990
8651990
A kinetic model for H2O2/UV process in a completely mixed batch reactor
JC Crittenden, S Hu, DW Hand, SA Green
Water research 33 (10), 2315-2328, 1999
6431999
Biomechanical testing of the locking compression plate: when does the distance between bone and implant significantly reduce construct stability?
M Ahmad, R Nanda, AS Bajwa, J Candal-Couto, S Green, AC Hui
Injury 38 (3), 358-364, 2007
4542007
Intramolecular quenching of excited singlet states by stable nitroxyl radicals
SA Green, DJ Simpson, G Zhou, PS Ho, NV Blough
Journal of the American Chemical Society 112 (20), 7337-7346, 1990
3041990
Highly water-soluble neutral BODIPY dyes with controllable fluorescence quantum yields
S Zhu, J Zhang, G Vegesna, FT Luo, SA Green, H Liu
Organic letters 13 (3), 438-441, 2011
2012011
Spectroscopic characterization and remote sensing of non-living organic matter
B NV
The role of non-living organic matter in the earth's carbon cycle, 1995
1851995
Release of NOx from sunlight‐irradiated midlatitude snow
RE Honrath, MC Peterson, MP Dziobak, JE Dibb, MA Arsenault, SA Green
Geophysical research letters 27 (15), 2237-2240, 2000
1772000
Analysis and characterization of naphthenic acids by gas chromatography–electron impact mass spectrometry of tert.-butyldimethylsilyl derivatives
WPS John, J Rughani, SA Green, GD McGinnis
Journal of Chromatography A 807 (2), 241-251, 1998
1411998
Carbon cycling in lake superior
NR Urban, MT Auer, SA Green, X Lu, DS Apul, KD Powell, L Bub
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 110 (C6), 2005
1252005
Intramolecular photoinduced electron transfer from nitroxyl radicals
S Green, MA Fox
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 99 (40), 14752-14757, 1995
1151995
Investigation of the electrostatic properties of humic substances by fluorescence quenching
SA Green, FMM Morel, NV Blough
Environmental science & technology 26 (2), 294-302, 1992
1131992
Synthesis and optical properties of red and deep-red emissive polymeric and copolymeric BODIPY dyes
VR Donuru, GK Vegesna, S Velayudham, S Green, H Liu
Chemistry of Materials 21 (10), 2130-2138, 2009
1092009
Noncovalent Functionalization of Boron Nitride Nanotubes with Poly(p-phenylene-ethynylene)s and Polythiophene
S Velayudham, CH Lee, M Xie, D Blair, N Bauman, YK Yap, SA Green, ...
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2 (1), 104-110, 2010
1062010
Prognostic modeling studies of the Keweenaw current in Lake Superior. Part I: Formation and evolution
C Chen, J Zhu, E Ralph, SA Green, JW Budd, FY Zhang
Journal of Physical Oceanography 31 (2), 379-395, 2001
1042001
Approaching storm: disappearing winter bloom in Lake Michigan
WC Kerfoot, F Yousef, SA Green, JW Budd, DJ Schwab, HA Vanderploeg
Journal of Great Lakes Research 36, 30-41, 2010
942010
Controlled Knoevenagel reactions of methyl groups of 1, 3, 5, 7-tetramethyl BODIPY dyes for unique BODIPY dyes
S Zhu, J Zhang, G Vegesna, A Tiwari, FT Luo, M Zeller, R Luck, H Li, ...
RSC advances 2 (2), 404-407, 2012
792012
Formulating microorganisms for biological control of weeds
S Green, SM Stewart-Wade, GJ Boland, MP Teshler, SH Liu
Plant-microbe interactions and biological control, 249-280, 1998
711998
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