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1-Apr-2011Projected climate change over Southeast Asia simulated using a WRF regional climate modelChakrit Chotamonsak; Eric P. Salathé; Jiemjai Kreasuwan; Somporn Chantara; Kingkeo Siriwitayakorn
8-Apr-2013PM10-bound polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Chiang Mai (Thailand): Seasonal variations, source identification, health risk assessment and their relationship to air-mass movementWan Wiriya; Tippawan Prapamontol; Somporn Chantara
1-Dec-2012Atmospheric pollutants in Chiang Mai (Thailand) over a five-year period (2005-2009), their possible sources and relation to air mass movementSomporn Chantara; Sopittaporn Sillapapiromsuk; Wan Wiriya
1-Jul-2016Determination of PM<inf>2.5</inf>and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from incense burning emission at shrine for health risk assessmentSusira Bootdee; Somporn Chantara; Tippawan Prapamontol
1-Jan-2016Assessment of aerosol optical property and radiative effect for the layer decoupling cases over the northern South China sea during the 7-SEAS/dongsha experimentShantanu Kumar Pani; Sheng Hsiang Wang; Neng Huei Lin; Si Chee Tsay; Simone Lolli; Ming Tung Chuang; Chung Te Lee; Somporn Chantara; Jin Yi Yu
1-Sep-2017Tree bark as bioindicator of metal accumulation from road traffic and air quality map: A case study of Chiang Mai, ThailandRungruang Janta; Somporn Chantara
1-Jan-2018Identification of potential sources of PM10 pollution from biomass burning in northern Thailand using statistical analysis of trajectoriesPraphatsorn Punsompong; Somporn Chantara
12-Mar-2018Indoor PM<inf>2.5</inf>and its Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Relation with Incense BurningSusira Bootdee; Somporn Chantara; Tippawan Prapamontol
1-Jul-2008Comparison of wet-only and bulk deposition at Chiang Mai (Thailand) based on rainwater chemical compositionSomporn Chantara; Nawarut Chunsuk
1-Aug-2019Biomass burning in the northern peninsular Southeast Asia: Aerosol chemical profile and potential exposureShantanu Kumar Pani; Somporn Chantara; Chanakarn Khamkaew; Chung Te Lee; Neng Huei Lin