*corresponding author, undergrad student coauthor, graduate student coauthor

33. Photochemistry of organic pollutants in/on snow and ice. Grannas, AM*. In Pole to Pole: Implications and Consequences of Anthropogenic Pollution in Polar Environments (Ed: Roland Kallenborn), Springer, 2016, ISBN: 978-3-642-12314-6.

32. Partial decay of thiamine (THI) signal transduction pathway underlies the niche properties of C. glabrata. Iosue CL, Attanasio N, Shaik N, Neal EM, Peel MT, Leone SG, Cali B, Grannas AM, & Wykoff DD*. PLoS ONE, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0152042, 2016.

31. The Effects of Photocatalyst and Solution Co-Contaminants on Photocatalytic Oxidation of 1,3- Dinitrobenzene in Aqueous Semiconductor Oxide Suspensions. Skaf, D; Grannas, AM; Colotti, D; Bowes, E. Journal of Chemical Engineering and Process Technology, 7, doi:10.4172/2157-7048.1000275, 2016.

30.  Photochemical production of singlet oxygen from dissolved organic matter in ice. Fede, A and Grannas, AM*. Environmental Science and Technology, 49 (21), 12808–12815, 2015.

29. Photocatalytic oxidation of dimethyl methylphosphonate in aqueous suspensions of TiO2, Skaf, D*; Grannas AM; Weinstein, R; Greeley, R. Journal of Chemical Engineering and Process Technology, 6(3), doi:10.4172/2157-7048.1000235, 2015.

28. The role of dissolved organic matter in ice photochemistry. Grannas, AM*; Pagano, L; Pierce, B; Fede, A; Bobby, R. Environmental Science and Technology, 48(18), 10725-10733, 2014.

27. Origin and sources of dissolved organic matter in snow on the East Antarctic ice sheet. Antony, R*; Grannas, AM; Willoughby, A; Sleighter, R; Thamban, M; Hatcher, P. Environmental Science and Technology, 48(11), 6151-6159, 2014.

26. Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter from a Greenland Ice Core by Nanospray Ionization Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry. Marsh, J; Boschi, VL; Sleighter, RL; Grannas, AM*; Hatcher, PG. Journal of Glaciology, 59, 225-232, 2013.

25. The Role of the Global Cryosphere in the Fate of Organic Contaminants. Grannas, AM*; Bogdal, C; Hageman, KJ; Halsall, C; Harner, T; Hung, H; Kallenborn, R; Klan, P; Klanova, J; Macdonald, RW; Meyer, T; Wania, F. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13, 1-35, 2013.

24. Organics in environmental ices: sources, chemistry, and impacts. McNeill, VF*; Grannas, AM; Abbatt, JD; Ammann, M; Ariya, P; Bartels-Rausch, T; Domine, F; Donaldson, DJ; Guzman, MI; Heger, D; Kahan, TF; Klan, P; Masclin, S; Toubin, C; Voisin, D. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 12, 9653-9678, 2012.

23. Carbonaceous species and humic-like substances (HULIS) in Arctic snowpack during OASIS field campaign in Barrow. Voisin, D*; Jaffrezo, J-L; Houdier, S; Barret, M; Cozic, J; King, MD; France, JL; Reay, HJ; Grannas, AM; Kos, G; Ariya, PA; Beine, HJ, Domine, F. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 117, D00R19, doi:10.1029/2011JD016612, 2012.

22. Frost flowers growing in the Arctic Ocean-Atmosphere-Sea ice-Snow interface, part 1: Chemical Composition. Douglas, T*; Domine, F; Barret, M; Anastasio, C; Beine, H; Bottenhem, J; Grannas AM; Houdier, S; Netcheva, S; Rowland, G; Staebler, R; Steffen A. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 117, D00R09, doi:10.1029/2011JD016460, 2012.

21. Role of dissolved organic matter in Arctic surface waters in the photolysis of hexachlorobenzene and lindane. Grannas, AM*; Cory, RM; Miller, PL; Chin, YP; McKnight, DM. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 117, G01003, doi:10.1029/2010JG001518, 2012.

20. Photochemical processing of aldrin and dieldrin in frozen aqueous solutions under Arctic field conditions. Rowland, GA; Bausch, AR; Grannas, AM*. Environmental Pollution, 159, 1076-1084, 2011.

19. A solid-phase chemical actinometer film for measurement of solar UV penetration into snowpack. Rowland, GA and Grannas, AM*. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 66, 75-83, 2011.

18. Chemical processes in snow and ice. Grannas, AM. Encyclopedia of Snow, Ice and Glaciers (Springer), invited contribution. Singh, VP; Singh, P; Haritashya, UK (Eds), 1300 p. ISBN: 978-90-481-2641-5, 2011.

17. Chemical composition of snow, ice and glaciers. Grannas, AM. Encyclopedia of Snow, Ice and Glaciers (Springer), invited contribution. Singh, VP; Singh, P; Haritashya, UK (Eds), 1300 p. ISBN: 978-90-481-2641-5, 2011.

16. These Numbers Really Mean Something?: A Role Playing Scenario-Based Approach to the Undergraduate Instrumental Analysis Laboratory. Grannas, AM* and Lagalante, AF. Journal of Chemical Education, 87, 416-418, 2010.

15. Enhanced aqueous photochemical reaction rates after freezing. Grannas, AM*; Bausch, AR; Mahanna, KM. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 111, 11043-11049, 2007.

14. The transformation and mobility of charcoal black carbon in a fire-impacted watershed. Hockaday, WC; Grannas, AM; Kim, S; Hatcher, PG*. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta., 71(14), 3432-3445, 2007.

13. An overview of snow photochemistry: evidence, mechanisms and impacts. Grannas, AM*; Jones, AE; Dibb, J; Ammann, M; Anastasio, C; Beine, H; Bergin, M; Bottenheim, J; Boxe, CS; Carver, G; Crawford, JH; Domine, F; Frey, MM; Guzman, MI; Heard, D; Helmig, D; Hoffmann, MR; Honrath, RE; Huey, LG; Jacobi, H-W; Klan, P; McConnell, J; Sander, R; Savarino, J; Shepson, PB; Simpson, WR; Sodeau, J; von Glasgow, R; Weller, R; Wolff, E; Zhu, T. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 7, 4329-4373, 2007.

12. New revelations on the nature of organic matter in ice cores. Grannas, AM*; Hockaday, WC; Hatcher, PG; Thompson, LG; Mosley-Thompson, E. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 111, D04304, doi:101029/2005JD006251, 2006.

11. Direct molecular evidence for the degradation and mobility of black carbon in soils from ultrahigh-resolution mass spectral analysis of dissolved organic matter from a fire-impacted forest soil. Hockaday, WC; Grannas, AM; Kim, S; Hatcher, PG*. Organic Geochemistry, 37(4), 501-510, 2006.

10. OH radical production from irradiated Arctic organic matter. Grannas, AM*; Martin, CB; Chin, YP; Platz, M. Biogeochemistry, 78(1), 51-66, 2006.

9. The photochemistry and nature of organic matter in Arctic and Antarctic Snow. Grannas, AM; Shepson, PB*; Filley, TR. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 18, doi:10.1029/2003GB002133, 2004.

8. A study of photochemical and physical processes affecting carbonyl compounds in the Arctic atmospheric boundary layer. Grannas, AM; Shepson, PB*; Guimbaud, C; Sumner, AL; Albert, M; Simpson, W; Domine, F; Boudries, H; Bottenheim, JW. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2733-2742, 2002.

7. Snowpack Processing of Acetaldehyde and Acetone in the Arctic Atmospheric Boundary Layer. Guimbaud, C; Grannas, AM; Shepson, PB*; Boudries, H; Bottenheim, JW; Fuentes, J; Domine, F; Houdier, S; Perrier, S; Biesenthal, T; Splawn, B. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2743-2752, 2002.

6. Processes and Properties of Snow-Air Transfer with Application to Interstitial Ozone at Alert. Albert, M*; Grannas, AM; Shepson, PB; Bottenheim, JW. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2779-2788, 2002.

5. Distribution and Trends of Oxygenated Hydrocarbons in the High Arctic derived from measurements in the atmospheric boundary layer and interstitial snow air during the ALERT2000 field campaign. Boudries, H; Bottenheim, JW*; Grannas, AM; Guimbaud, C; Shepson, PB; Houdier, S; Perrier, S; Domine, F. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2573-2584, 2002.

4. Acetaldehyde and Acetone in the Snowpack Near Alert during Polar Sunrise Experiment 2000. Snowpack composition, incorporation processes and atmospheric impact. Houdier, S; Perrier, S; Domine, F*; Grannas, AM; Guimbaud, C; Shepson, PB; Boudries, H; Bottenheim, JW. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2609-2618, 2002.

3. Atmospheric Chemistry of Formaldehyde in the Arctic Troposphere at Polar Sunrise and the Influence of the Snowpack. Sumner, AL; Shepson, PB*; Grannas, AM; Bottenheim, JW; Anlauf, K; Worthy, D; Schroeder, WH; Domine, F; Houdier, S. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2553-2562, 2002.

2. Molecular Halogens before and during Ozone Depletion Events in the Arctic at Polar Sunrise: Concentrations and Sources. Spicer, CW*; Plastridge, RA; Foster, KL; Finlayson-Pitts, BJ; Bottenheim, JW; Grannas, AM; Shepson, PB. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2721-2732, 2002.

1. [3.3.1]propellane-2,8-dione: Synthesis and Structure. Reingold, ID*; Beckman G; Grannas, AM; Brunette, SR; Williams, BD; Lovell, S; Kahr, BE. Organic Preparations and Procedures International, 30, 235-238, 1998.