Publications

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Full-text versions of many of the articles below are available via either links in Google Scholar or on my Researchgate profile. 

Peer reviewed journal articles

2019

Zhao, H., Gall, E.T., Stephens, B., 2019. Measuring the building envelope penetration factor for ambient nitrogen oxides. Environmental Science & Technology 53(16): 9695 - 9704. doi: 10.1021/acs.est.9b02920

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Stenson, J., Ishaq, A., Loia, A., MacCrone, G., Mugabo, I., Northcutt, D., Riggio M., Barbosa, A., Gall, E.T., Van Den Wymelenberg, K, 2019. Monitored Indoor Environmental Quality of a Mass Timber Office Building: A Case Study. Buildings 2019, 9(6), 142; https://doi.org/10.3390/buildings9060142

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Chin, K., Laguerre, A., Ramasubramanian, P., Pleshakov, D., Stephens, B., Gall, E.T., 2019. Emerging investigator series: primary emission, ozone reactivity, and byproduct emissions from building insulation materials. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts doi:10.1039/c9em00024k

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Ramausbramanian, P., Starry, O., Rosenstiel, T., Gall, E.T., 2019. Pilot study on the impact of green roofs on ozone levels near building ventilation air supply. Building and Environment 151: 43-53

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2018

Gall, E.T. and George, L.A, 2018. Traffic related air pollution and urban building design. ASHRAE Journal, Sept. 2018, 80-82.

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Gall, E.T. and Rim, D., 2018. Mass accretion and ozone reactivity of idealized indoor surfaces in mechanically or naturally ventilated indoor environments. Building and Environment 138: 89-97.

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Abbass, O.A., Sailor, D.J.*, Gall, E.T., 2018. Ozone removal efficiency and surface analysis of green and white roof HVAC filters. Building and Environment 136: 118-127

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Rim D.*, Gall E.T., Ananth, S., Won, Y., 2018.  Ozone reaction with human surfaces: Influences of surface reaction probability and indoor air flow condition, Building and Environment 130:15 40-48

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2017

Abbas, O., Sailor, D., Gall E.T.*, 2017. Effectiveness of indoor plants for passive removal of indoor ozone. Building and Environment 119: 62-70

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Rim D.*, Gall E.T., Kim J.B., Bae G-N, 2017.  Particulate matter in urban nursery schools: A case study of Seoul, Korea during winter months, Building and Environment 119: 1-10

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Cheung,  T.C.T., Schiavon, S., Gall, E.T., Jin, M, Nazaroff, W.W., 2017 Longitudinal assessment of thermal and perceived air quality acceptability in relation to temperature, humidity, and CO2 exposure in Singapore. Building and Environment 115: 80-90

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Abbass, O.A., Sailor, D.J.*, Gall, E.T., 2017 Effect of fiber material on ozone removal and carbonyl production from indoor carpets. Accepted to Atmospheric Environment.

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2016

Gall, E.T., Sonat, C., Nazaroff, W.W., Unluer, C., 2016 Investigation of CO2 removal by low-cost solid sorbents with application to indoor spaces. Building and Environment 110: 161-172
 
Yan, W., Chen, A., Luhung, I., Gall, E.T., Chang, V.W.C., Nazaroff, W.W. 2016. Bioaerosol deposition on an air-conditioning cooling coil. Atmospheric Environment 144:257-265.

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Gall, E.T.,Chueng, T., Luhung, I., Schiavon, S., Nazaroff WW., 2016. Real time monitoring of personal exposures to carbon dioxide. Building and Environment 104: 59-67

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Chen, A., Gall, E.T., Chang, V.W-C., 2016. Indoor and outdoor particulate matter in primary school classrooms with fan-assisted natural ventilation in Singapore. 2016. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. doi: 10.1007/s11356-016-6826-7

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Gall, E.T., Griffin, R.J.*, Steiner, A., Dibb, J., Scheuer, E., Gong, L., Rutter, A.P., Cevik, B., Kim, S., Lefer, B., Flynn, J., 2016. Evaluation of nitrous acid sources and sinks in urban outflow. Atmospheric Environment 127: 272-282

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Rim, D.*, Gall, E.T., Maddalena, R.L., Nazaroff, W.W., 2016. Ozone reaction with interior building materials: influence of diurnal ozone variation, temperature, and humidity. Atmospheric Environment 125: 15-23.

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2015

Gall, E.T.*, Chen, A. Chang, V.W-C.*, Nazaroff, W.W. 2015. Exposure to particulate matter and ozone of outdoor origin in Singapore. Building and Environment 93, Part 1: 3-13.

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Gall, E.T., Siegel, J.A., Corsi, R.L.*, 2015. Modeling ozone removal to indoor materials, including the effects of porosity, pore diameter, and thickness. Environmental Science & Technology 49(7): 4398-4406.

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Gall, E.T.*, Nazaroff, W. W., 2015. New Directions: Potential climate and health benefits from CO2 capture in commercial buildings. Atmospheric Environment 103: 378-380.

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2014

Chisolm, R., Gall, E.T.*, Read, L., Salas, F., 2014. Lessons from a student-led development project in Peru: Aligning technical and educational perspectives. International Journal of Service Learning in Engineering, Special issue: University engineering programs that impact communities: Critical Analyses and Reflection, 525-539.

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Gall, E.T., Corsi, R.L., Siegel, J.A.*, 2014. Impact of physical properties on ozone removal by several porous materials. Environmental Science & Technology 48(7): 3682-3690.

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2013

Gall, E.T., Darling, E., Siegel, J.A., Morrison, G., and Corsi, R.L.*, 2013. Evaluation of three common green building materials for ozone removal, and primary and secondary emissions of aldehydes. Atmospheric Environment 77: 910-918.

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Gall, E.T., Carter, E.M., Earnest, C.M., Stephens, B.*, 2013. Indoor air pollution in developing countries: Research and implementation needs for improvements in global public health. Framing Health Matters. American Journal of Public Health 103(4) e67-72.

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2012 and earlier

Stephens, B., Gall, E.T., Siegel, J.A.*, 2012. Measuring the penetration of ambient ozone into residential buildings. Environmental Science & Technology 46(2): 929-936.

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Gall, E.T., Corsi, R.L., Siegel, J.A.*, 2011. Barriers and opportunities for passive removal of indoor ozone. Atmospheric Environment 45(19): 3338-3341.

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Kunkel, D. A., Gall, E.T., Siegel, J.A., 2010. Novoselac, A., Morrison, G.C, and Corsi, R.L.* Passive reduction of human exposure to indoor ozone. Building and Environment 45(2): 445-452.

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Editorials

Carter, E., Earnest, M. Gall, E.T., Stephens, B, 2012. Progress and priorities in reducing indoor air pollution in developing countries. Indoor Air 22(1): 1-2. 

Stephens, B., Carter, E.M., Gall, E.T., Earnest, M., Hun, D., Jackson, M., Walsh, E.A., 2011. Response to “Avoiding health pitfalls of home energy-efficiency retrofits”. Environmental Health Perspectives 119(7): a283-284.

Carter, E., Earnest, M., Gall, E.T., Guerrero, P., Hun, D., Jackson, M., Lo, J., Stephens, B., Walsh, E.A., 2009. Priorities in indoor environmental science and health, as students see them. Indoor Air 19: 444-445.

 

Refereed conference proceedings

Starry, O., Aionne, A., Ramasubrahmia, P., Gall, E.T.  Shopping center ecoroof as a living laboratory in Porltand. Session 17: Green Roofs Research in the Cascadia and Dry Climates. CitiesAlive 2017, Seattle WA, USA..

Ananth, S., Gall, E.T., Rim, D. Ozone reaction with human body surface in indoor environments. Accepted to Building Simulation 2017, Paper 1842.

Gall, E.T., Cheung, T., Schiavon, S., Nazaroff, W.W. Real-time measurement of personal exposures to carbon dioxide. Accepted to Indoor Air 2016 Conference, Ghent, Belgium. Paper 508

Cheung, T., Gall, E.T., Schiavon, S., Nazaroff, W.W. Thermal and perceived air quality acceptability of different environment conditions in Singapore. Accepted to the 9th Windsor Conference 2016, Windsor, England.

Gall, E.T., Chang, V.W.C., Nazaroff, W.W. Controlling indoor CO2 with a solid sorbent: Kinetics and capacity. Proceedings of Healthy Buildings America 2015, Boulder, CO, pages 474-477.

Gall, E.T., Nazaroff, W. W, Sheng, W.L., Chua, H.W., Chang, V. Residential ventilation and exposure to PM in a tropical environment. 2014 International Aerosol Conference, Busan, South Korea, Paper OP32-4.

Yan, W., Chen, A., Gall, E.T., Nazaroff, W.W., Chang, V. Characterizing biological aerosol deposition on ACMV cooling coil. 2014 International Aerosol Conference, Busan, South Korea, Paper OP75-5.

Gall, E.T., Siegel, J.A., Corsi, R.L. Sensitivity analysis of ozone-material modeling for porous materials in indoor environments. Indoor Air 2014 Hong Kong, 7-12, July 2014, Paper HA0131.

Gall, E.T., Zhou, J., Chang, V., Nazaroff, W.W. Indoor exposure to outdoor pollution in a tropical environment. Indoor Air 2014 Hong Kong, 7-12 July 2014, Hong Kong, Paper HA0130.

Read, L., Salas, F., Digovich, K., Aviles, D., Gall, E.T. 2013. Mobile apps and water stats: Monitoring technical water projects from home. 2013 World Environmental & Water Resources Congress. Cincinnati, OH.

Gall, E.T., Stephens, B., Corsi, R.L., Siegel, J.A. The impact of effective diffusion coefficients on transport and reaction to porous indoor materials. 2nd Annual Conference on Building Energy and the Environment, 2012 Boulder, CO., Paper T7_5. 

Gall, E.T., Darling, E., Siegel, J.A., Corsi, R.L. Modeling indoor environments with experimentally determined molar yields. Air & Waste Management Association Annual Conference 2012, San Antonio, Paper 2012-A-503.

Gall, E.T., Darling, E., Siegel, J.A., Corsi, R.L. Primary and secondary emissions from green building materials: Large chamber experiments. Indoor Air 2011, Austin, TX. Paper 174.

Gall, E.T., Corsi, R.L., Siegel, J.A. Determination of ozone reaction probabilities with porous materials. Indoor Air 2011, Austin, TX. Paper 175.

Stephens, B., Gall, E.T., Siegel, J.A., 2011. A method for measuring ozone penetration through the building envelope. Indoor Air 2011, Austin, TX. Paper 148.

Gall, E.T., Siegel, J.A., Corsi, R.L., 2011. Zero-energy removal of ozone in residences. ASHRAE Transactions Volume 117, Issue 1: 411-417.

Cros, C., Gall, E.T., Siegel, J.A., Morrison, G, Corsi, R.L., 2009. Removal of indoor ozone with reactive materials: Preliminary results and implications. Healthy Buildings 2009: Proceedings of the 9th International Healthy Buildings Conference and Exhibition.  Eds.: Santanam, S., Bogucz, E.A., Peters, C., and Benson, T., Healthy Buildings 2009, Syracuse, NY, USA. Paper 141. 

Gall, E.T., Cros, C., Siegel, J.A., Corsi, R.L., 2009. Time-scale analysis for reactive deposition of ozone via passive reactive materials. In Healthy Buildings 2009: Proceedings of the 9th International Healthy Buildings Conference and Exhibition.  Eds.: Santanam, S., Bogucz, E.A., Peters, C., and Benson, T., Healthy Buildings 2009, Syracuse, NY, USA. Paper 336.