1.  Hanna, S.R., 1982:  Review of Atmospheric Diffusion Models for Regulatory Applications.  World Meteorological Organization Technical Note No. 177, WMO No. 581, Geneva, Switzerland.

2.  Hanna, S.R., G.A. Briggs and R.P. Hosker, 1982:  Handbook on Atmospheric Diffusion. DOE/TIC-11223, Department of Energy, 102 pp.

3.  Hanna, S.R. and P.J. Drivas, 1987:  Guidelines for the Use of Vapor Cloud Dispersion Models. Published by CCPS/AIChE, 345 East 47th St., New York, NY 10017, 178 pp.

4.  Hanna, S.R., and D.G. Strimaitis, 1988:  Workbook of Test Cases for Vapor Cloud Source Emission and Dispersion Models.  Published by CCPS/AIChE, 345 East 47th St., New York, NY 10017, 103 pp.

5.  Hanna, S.R., P.J. Drivas, and J.C. Chang, 1996:  Guidelines for Use of Vapor Cloud Dispersion  Models (Second Edition). Published by AIChE/CCPS, 345 East 47th St., New York, NY 10017, 285 pages + diskette.

6.  Hanna, S.R. and R.E. Britter, 2002:  Wind Flow and Vapor Cloud Dispersion at Industrial and Urban Sites.  ISBN No: 0-8169-0863-X, CCPS/AIChE. 3 Park Ave., New York, NY 10016-5901, 140 pages + CD-ROM.


1.  Hanna SR.  A method of estimating vertical eddy transport in the planetary boundary layer using characteristics of the vertical velocity spectrum.  J Atmos Sci 1968; 25:1026-1032.

2.  Hanna SR. The thickness of the planetary boundary layer.  Atmos Environ 1969; 3:519-536.

3.  Hanna SR. Roll-vortices in the boundary layer.  J Appl Met 1970; 9:630-640.

4.  Hanna SR, Swisher SD. Meteorological effects of the heat and moisture produced by man.  NuclearSafety 1971; 12:114-122.

5.  Hanna SR, Hoecker WH. The response of constant-density balloons to sinusoidal variations of vertical wind speeds.  J Appl Met 1971; 10: 601-604.

6.  Hanna SR, Gifford FA. Summary of meeting on mesoscale atmospheric modeling. Bull Am Met Soc 1971;  52:993.

7.  Hanna SR. Simple methods of calculating dispersion from urban areas sources.  J Air Poll ControlAssn 1971;  21:774-777.

8.  Hanna SR. Depth of boundary layer.  Discussion.  Atmos Environ 1971;  5:67-69.

9.  Hanna SR, Swisher SD. A method for calculating the size of cooling tower plumes. Atmos Environ 1972;  6:587-588.

10.  Hanna SR. Rise and condensation of large cooling tower plumes.  J Appl Met 1972:  11:793-799.

11.  Hanna SR. Comments on a comparison of wet and dry bent-over plumes and rebuttal. J Appl Met 1972;  11:1386-1387.

12.  Gifford FA, Hanna SR. Modeling urban air pollution.  Atmos Environ 1973;  7:131-136.

13.  Hanna SR. Description of ATDL computer model for dispersion from multiple sources. In:  Noll KE, Duncan JR,eds.  Industrial Air Pollution Control:  Chapter 4, 1973:23-32.

14.  Hanna SR. Book review:  Fundamentals of Air Pollution, Williamson S.  Bull Am Met Soc 1973;  54:957-958.

15.  Hanna SR. A simple model for the analysis of chemically reactive pollutants.  Atmos Environ 1973;  7:803-817.

16.  Barton CJ, Moore RE, Hanna SR. Radiation doses from hypothetical exposures to Rulison gas.  Nuclear Technology 1973;  20:30-50.

17.  Hosker RP, Nappo CJ, Hanna SR. Diurnal variation of vertical thermal structure in a pine plantation.  Agric Met 1974;  13:259-265.

18.  Hanna SR. Meteorological effects of the mechanical draft cooling towers of the Oak Ridge gaseous diffusion plant.  Cooling Tower Environment 1974;  ERDA Symposium Series, CONF 740302: 291-306.

19.  Hanna SR. Fog and drift deposition from evaporative cooling towers. Nuc Saf 1974;  15:190-196.

20.  Hanna SR. Conference summary.  Cooling tower environment–1974.  Bull Am Met Soc 1974;  55:598.

21.  Hanna SR, Gifford FA. Meteorological effects of energy dissipation.  Bull Am Met Soc 1975;  56:1069-1076.

22.  Hanna SR, Gifford FA. Part III.  Dispersion of sulfur dioxide emissions from area sources.  In:  Noll K, Davis W, eds.  Power Generation, Air Pollution Monitoring and Control.  Ann Arbor Science, 1975:71-81.

23.  Hanna SR, Gifford FA. Discussion of paper by Goumans and Clarenburg, a simple model to calculate the SO2 concentrations in urban regions.  Atmos Environ 1975;  10:564.

24.  Hanna SR. Book review:  Atmospheric Diffusion, 2nd Edition, Pasquill F.  Bull Am Met Soc 1975;  56:693-694.

25.  Hanna SR. A comparison of observed and predicted cooling tower plume rise and visible plume length.  Atmos Environ 1975;  10:1043-1052.

26.  Hanna SR. Relating emissions to air quality in Tennessee.  Noll KE, Davis WT, eds.  Power Generation.   Ann Arbor Science, 1976:107-118.

27.  Hanna SR. Relative dispersion of tetroon pairs during convective conditions.  J Appl Meteorol 1976;  15:588-593.

28.  Hanna SR. Predicted and observed cooling tower plume rise and visible plume length at the John E. Amos power plant.  Atmos Environ 1976;  10:1043-1052.

29.  Hanna SR. Comments on observations of an industrial cumulus.  J Appl Met 1976;  15:1232-1233.

30.  Hanna SR. Symposium review:  Third symposium on atmospheric turbulence, diffusion, and air quality.  Bull Am Met Soc 1977;  58:242-245.

31.  Hanna SR. Predicted climatology of cooling tower plume types from energy centers.  J Appl Met 1977;  16:880-887.

32.  Hanna SR. Modeling smog along the Los Angeles-Palm Spring trajectory. Soffet I,ed.  Fate of Pollutants in the Air and Water Environments.  New York:  Wiley J & Sons, 1977:209-295.

33.  Hanna SR, Briggs GA, Deardorff J, Egan BA, Gifford FA, Pasquill F. AMS workshop on stability classification schemes and sigma curves.  Bull Am Met Soc 1977;  58:1305-1309.

34.  Hanna SR. Diurnal variation of the stability factor in the simple ATDL urban dispersion model.  J AirPoll Control Assn  1978;  28:147-150.

35.  Hanna SR. Accuracy of dispersion models:  A position paper of the AMS 1977 committee on atmospheric turbulence and diffusion.  Bull Am Met Soc 1978;  59:1025-1026.

36.  Chen N, Hanna SR. Drift-modeling and monitoring comparisons.  Atmos Environ 1978;  12:1725-1734.

37.  Hanna SR, Pike M, Seitter K. Observations of vortices in cooling tower plumes.  J Appl Met 1978;  17:7, 1068-1071.

38.  Hanna SR. Urban modeling of inert substances.  Morris A, Barras R, eds.  Air Quality Meteorology and Atmospheric Ozone;  ASTM STP 653.  Am Soc for Testing and Mat  1978:262-275.

39.  Hanna SR. Some statistics of Lagrangian and Eulerian wind fluctuations.  J Appl Met 1979;  18:518-525.

40.  Hanna SR. Measured turbulence in complex terrain near the TVA Widows Creek, Alabama Steam Plant.  Atmos Environ 1980;  14:401-408.

41.  Hanna SR. Lagrangian and Eulerian time scale relations in the daytime boundary layer. J Appl Met 1981;  21:242-249.

42.  Hanna SR. Diurnal variation of horizontal wind direction fluctuations in complex terrain at Geysers, CA.  Bound Lay Meteorol 1981;  18:207-213.

43.  Hanna SR. Applications in air pollution modeling.  Atmospheric Turbulence and Air PollutionModeling.  Boston:  D. Reidel 1981:275-310.

44.  Hanna SR, Briggs GA, Hosker RP. Handbook on Atmospheric Diffusion. DOE/TIC-11223, Department of Energy 1982:102pp.

45.  Hanna SR. Turbulent diffusion:  Chimneys and cooling towers.  Ch 10 In: Plate E (ed.), Engineering Meteorology. Elsevier NY:  1982:429-480.

46.  Hanna SR. Review of atmospheric diffusion models for regulatory applications.  World Meteorological Organization Technical Note No 177, WMO No 581. Geneva, Switzerland:  1982.

47.  Hanna SR. Natural variability of observed hourly SO2 and CO concentrations in St. Louis. AtmosEnviron 1982;  16:1435-1441.

48.  Hanna SR. Review of Dense Gas Dispersion by Britter and Griffiths.  Bull Am Met Soc 1983;  64:645.

49.  Hanna SR. Lateral turbulence intensity and plume meandering during stable conditions. J Clim andAppl Meteorol 1983;  22:1424-1430.

50.  Hanna SR, Paine RJ, Schulman LL.  Overwater dispersion in coastal regions. Bound Lay Meteorol 1984;  30:389-411.

51.  Hanna SR, Egan BA, Vaudo CJ, Curreri AJ. A complex terrain dispersion model for regulatory applications at the Westvaco Luke Mill.  Atmos Environ 1984;  18:685-699.

52.  Hanna SR. The exponential PDF and concentration fluctuations in smoke plumes. Boundary LayerMeteorology 1984;  29:361-376.

53.  Hanna SR. Concentration fluctuations in a smoke plume.  Atmos Environ 1984;  18:1091-1106.

54.  Hanna SR. Atmospheric effects of energy generation.  In:  Randerson D, ed. Chapter 15 in Atmospheric Science and PowerProduction. DOE/TIC-27601, 1984:652-684.

55.  Hanna SR. Air Pollution.  Encyclopedia of Science and Technology:  McGraw-Hill, 1984.

56.  Hanna SR, Schulman LL, Paine RJ, Pleim JE, Baer M. Development and evaluation of the Offshore and Coastal Diffusion Model.  J Air Poll Control Assoc 1985;  35:1039-1047.

57.  Hanna SR. Ground-level concentration fluctuations from a buoyant and a non-buoyant source within a laboratory convectively-mixed layer.  Atmos Environ 1985;  19:1210-1212.

58.  Hanna SR. Air quality modeling over short distances.  In:  Houghton D, Wiley, J and Sons, eds. Handbook of Applied Meteorology.  New York,1985:712-743.

59.  Schulman LL, Hanna SR. Evaluation of downwash modifications to the Industrial Source Complex (ISC) model.  J Air Poll Control Assoc 1986;  36:258-264.

60.  Hanna SR. Spectra of concentration fluctuations:  The two time scales of a meandering plume.  AtmosEnviron 1986;  20:1131-1137.

61.  Hanna SR. Lateral dispersion from tall stacks.  J Clim and Appl Met 1986;  25:1426-1433.

62.  Hanna SR.  Reply to comments by D. Netterville.  Bound-Lay Meteorol 1986: 34: 209.

63.  Hanna SR, Paine RJ. Convective scaling applied to diffusion of buoyant plumes from tall stacks.  Atmos Environ 1987;  21:2153-2160.

64.  Hanna SR, Drivas PJ. Guidelines for the Use of Vapor Cloud Dispersion Models. Published by CCPS/AIChE: 1987:178 pp.

65.  Hanna SR. Reply to comments on lateral dispersion from tall stacks.  J Clim and Appl Met 1987;  26:1781.

66.  Hanna SR. The effect of line averaging on concentration fluctuations.  Boundary Layer Meteorology 1987;  40:329-338.

67.  Hanna SR. An empirical formula for the height of the coastal internal boundary layer. Boundary LayerMeteorology 1987;  40:205-207.

68.  Hanna SR, Strimaitis DG. Workbook of Test Cases for Vapor Cloud Source Emission and DispersionModels:  CCPS/AIChE, 1988; 103 pp.

69.  Hanna SR. Air quality model evaluation and uncertainty.  J Air Poll Control Assoc 1988;  38:406-412.

70.  Hanna SR, Paine RJ.  Hybrid Plume Dispersion Model (HPDM) development and evaluation.  J Appl. Met 1989;  28:206-224.

71.  Hanna SR, Insley EM. Time series analyses of concentration and wind fluctuations.  Boundary LayerMeteorology 1989;  47:131-147.

72.  Hanna SR. Confidence limits for air quality models, as estimated by bootstrap and jackknife resampling methods.  Atmos Environ 1989;  23:1385-1395.

73.  Hanna SR. Plume dispersion and concentration fluctuations in the atmosphere.  In: Cheremisinoff, ed.  Encyclopedia of Environmental Control Technology, Chapter 14, Volume 2.   Air PollutionControl, Gulf Publishing Co, Houston: 1989:547-582.

74.  Hanna SR, Strimaitis DG. Rugged terrain effects on diffusion.  Blumen, ed. In:  Atmospheric Processesover Complex Terrain, Meteorological Monographs Series, AMS, 45 Beacon St, Boston: 1990:Chapter 6.

75.  Hanna SR. Lateral dispersion in light-wind stable conditions.  Il Nuovo Cimento 1990;  13:889-894.

76.  Hanna SR, Chang JC, Strimaitis DG. Uncertainties in source emission rate estimates using dispersion models.  Atmos Environ 1990;  24A:2971-2980.

77.  Hanna SR, Strimaitis DG, ChangJC. Evaluation of 14 hazardous gas models with ammonia and hydrogen fluoride field data.  J Hazardous Materials 1991;  26:127-158.

78.  Hanna SR. Characteristics of ozone episodes during SCCCAMP-1985.  J Appl Met 1991;  30:534-550.

79.  Hanna SR, Strimaitis DG, Scire JS, Moore GE, Kessler RC. Overview of results of analysis of data from the South Central Coast Cooperative Aerometric Monitoring Program (SCCCAMP).  J ApplMet 1991; 30: 511-533.

80.  Schulman LL, Hanna SR. A decision system for selecting a site-specific air quality dispersion model.  Ecological Modelling 1992;  64:205-219.

81.  Hanna SR, Chatwin P, Chikhliwala E, Londergan R, Spicer T, Weil J. Results from the Model Evaluation Panel.  Plant Operations Progress 1992;  11(1):2-5.

82.  Hanna SR, Chang JC. Boundary layer parameterizations for applied dispersion modeling over urban areas.  Bound Lay Meteorol 1992;  58:229-259.

83.  Hanna SR, Chang JC. Representativeness of wind measurements on a mesoscale grid with station separations of 312 m to 10000 m.  Bound Lay Meteorol 1992;  60:309-324.

84.  Hanna SR, Chang JC, Strimaitis DG. Hazardous gas model evaluation with field observations.  AtmosEnviron 1993;  27A:2265-2285.

85.  Hanna SR, Drivas PJ. Modeling VOC emissions and air concentrations from the Exxon Valdez oil spill.  J Air and Waste Management Assoc 1993;  43:298-309.

86.  Hanna SR, Chang JC. Hybrid Plume Dispersion Model (HPDM) improvements and testing at three field sites.  Atmos Environ 1993;  27A:1491-1508.

87.  Hanna SR. Uncertainties in air quality model predictions.  Bound Lay Meteorol 1993;  62:3-20.

88.  Hanna SR (ed.), Chatwin P, Van Dop H, Poreh M, Sawford B, Stull R. The round table discussion: Interactions and feedback between theory and experiment. Bound Lay Meteorol 1993: 62: 435-448.

89.  Wolfe DA, Hameedi MJ, Galt JA, Watabayashi G, Short J, O’Clair C, Rice S, Michel J, Payne JR, Braddock J, Hanna SR, Sale D. Fate of oil spilled from the T/V Exxon Valdez in Prince William Sound, Alaska.  Environ Sci and Tech 1994;  28:560A-569A.

90.  Hansen DA, Dennis RL, Ebel A, Hanna SR, Kaye J, Thuillier R. The quest for an advanced regional air quality model.  Environ Sci and Tech 1994;  28:70A-77A.

91.  Hanna SR. Mesoscale meteorological model evaluation techniques, with emphasis on needs of air quality models.  In:  Pearce R, Pielke R, eds.  Chapter in Aspects of Mesoscale Modeling. Meteorological Monographs Series No. 47, AMS, 45 Beacon Street, Boston. 1994.

92.  Hanna SR. Hazardous gas model evaluations.  Is an equitable comparison possible?  J Loss Prev in the Process Ind 1994;  7:133-138.

93.  Hanna SR, Chang JC, Strimaitis DG. Reply to discussion by J. Davies and D. Heinold et al. on hazardous gas model evaluation with field observations.  Atmos Environ 1995;  29:455-460.

94.  Hanna SR, Chang JC. Relations between meteorology and ozone in the Lake Michigan region.  J ApplMet 1995;  34:670-678.

95.  Hanna SR, Chang JC. Comparisons of the Hybrid Plume Dispersion Model (HPDM) with observations at the Kincaid Power Plant.  Int J Environ and Pollution 1995;  5:4-6, 323-330.

96.  Hanna SR, Fernau ME, Moore GE. Evaluation of photochemical grid models (UAM-IV, UAM-V, and the ROM/UAM-IV Couple) using data from the Lake Michigan Ozone Study (LMOS).  Atmos Environ 1996;  30:3265-3279.

97.  Hanna SR, Drivas  PJ, Chang JC. Guidelines for Use of Vapor Cloud Dispersion Models.   345 East 47th St., New York:  AIChE/CCPS . 1996:285 pages

98.  Hanna SR, Chang JC, Zhang JX.  Modeling accidental releases to the atmosphere of a dense reactive chemical (uranium hexafluoride).   Atmos Environ 1997;  31:901-908,

99.  Hanna SR, Chang JC, Fernau ME. Monte Carlo estimates of uncertainties in predictions by a photochemical grid model (UAM-IV) due to uncertainties in input variables. Atmos Environ 1998;  32:3619-3628. 

100.  Hanna SR, Briggs GA, Chang JC. Lift-off of buoyant plumes released at ground-level.  Journal ofHazardous Materials 1998;  59:123-130.

101.  Hanna SR, Davis JM. Use of Monte Carlo uncertainty analysis to evaluate differences in observed and predicted ozone concentrations.  Int J Environ and Poll 1999.

102.  Hanna SR, Egan BA, Purdum J, Wagler J.  Evaluation of the ADMS, AERMOD, and ISC3 Dispersion Models with the OPTEX, Duke Forest, Kincaid, Indianapolis, and Lovett Field Data Sets. Int J Environ and Poll 1999; 16; 301-314.

103.  Hanna SR, Yang R, Yin X. Evaluations of Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) models from the point of view of inputs required by atmospheric dispersion models.  Int J Environ. and Poll 2000;  14:98-105.

104.  Hanna SR, Franzese P. Along wind dispersion – a simple similarity formula compared with observations at 13 field sites and in one wind tunnel.  J Appl Meteorol 2000; 39:1700-1714.

105.  Hanna SR, Lu Z, Frey HC, Wheeler N, Vukovich J, Arumachalam S, Fernau M.  Uncertainties in predicted ozone concentration due to input uncertainties for the UAM-V photochemical grid model applied to the July 1995 OTAG domain.  Atmos Environ 2001; 35:891-903.

106.  Briggs GA, Britter RE, Hanna SR, Havens JA, Robins AG, Snyder WH. Dense gas vertical diffusion over rough surfaces: results of wind-tunnel studies. Atmos Environ 2001;   35:2265-2284.

107.  Hanna SR, Chang JC. Kit Fox dense gas dispersion field experiments and HEGADAS model testing  Atmos Environ 2001; 35:2231-2242.

108.  Hanna SR, Steinberg KW. Overview of Petroleum Environmental Research Forum (PERF) dense gas dispersion modeling project.  Atmos Environ 2001; 35:2223-2230.

109.  Hanna SR, Yang R. Evaluations of mesoscale model predictions of near-surface winds, temperature gradients, and mixing depths.  J Appl Meteorol 2001; 40:1095-1104.

110.  Hanna SR, Davis JM. Evaluation of photochemical grid models using estimates of concentration probability distributions. Atmos Environ 2002; 36:1793-1798.

111.  Hanna SR, Tehranian S, Carissimo B, Macdonald RW, Lohner R. Comparisons of model simulations with observations of mean flow and turbulence within simple obstacle arrays.  Atmos Environ 2002; 36: 5067-5079.

112.  Hanna SR and Britter RE.  Wind Flow and Vapor Cloud Dispersion at Industrial and Urban Sites.  ISBN No: 0-8169-0863-X, CCPS/AIChE. 3 Park Ave., New York, NY 10016-5901, 140 pages + CD-ROM 2002.

113.  Chang JC, Franzese P, Chayantrakom K, Hanna SR.  Evaluations of CALPUFF, HPAC, and VLSTRACK with two mesoscale field data sets.  J Appl Meteorol 2003; 42: 453-466.

114.  Britter RE, Hanna SR, Briggs GA, Robins AG. Short-range vertical dispersion from a ground-level source in a turbulent boundary layer.  Atmos Environ 2003; 37: 3885-3894.

115.  Song CH, Chen G, Hanna SR, Crawford J., Davis DD.  Dispersion and chemical evolution of ship plumes in the marine boundary layer.  J Geophys Res 2003; 108 (D4): 4143-4153.

116. Britter RE and Hanna SR.  Flow and dispersion in urban areas.  Ann Rev of Fluid Mech 2003; 35: 469-496.

117. Hanna SR, Britter RE and Franzese P.  A baseline urban dispersion model evaluated with Salt Lake City and Los Angeles Tracer data.  Atmos Environ 2003; 37: 5069-5082.

118. Dabberdt W, Carroll M, Baumgardner D, Carmichael G, Cohen R, Dye T, Ellis J, Grell G, Grimmond S, Hanna S, Irwin J, Lamb B, Madronich S, McQueen J, Meagher J, Odman T, Pleim J, Schmid HP, Westphal D.  Meteorological research needs for improved air quality forecasting.  Bull Amer Meteorol Soc 2004; 85 (4): 563-586.

119. Chang JC and Hanna SR.  Air quality model performance.  Meteorol and Atmos Physics 2004; 87: 167-196.

120. Chang JC, Hanna SR, Boybeyi Z and Franzese P.  Use of Salt Lake City Urban 2000 data to evaluate the Urban-HPAC model.  J Appl Meteorol 2005; 44 (5): 485-501.

121. Hanna SR, Hansen OR and Dharmavaram S.  FLACS air quality CFD model performance evaluation with Kit Fox, MUST, Prairie Grass, and EMU observations.  Atmos Environ 2004; 38: 4675-4687.

122. Hanna SR, Wilkinson J, Russell AG, Vukovich J and Hansen DA.  Monte Carlo estimation of uncertainties in BEIS3 emission outputs and their effects on uncertainties in Chemical Transport Model predictions.  J Geophys Res 2005; 110, D01302, doi: 10.1029/2004JD004986.

123. Hanna SR, MacDonald CP, Lilly M, Knoderer C and Huang CH.  Analysis of three years of boundary layer observations over the Gulf of Mexico and its shores.  Estuarian, Coastal and Shelf Science 2006; 70: 541-550.

124. Dharmavaram S, Hanna SR and Hansen OR.  Consequence analysis – Using a CFD model for industrial sites.  Process Safety Progress 2005; 24(4): 316-327.

125. Ma Y, Boybeyi Z, Hanna S and Chayantrakom K. Plume dispersion from the MVP field experiment. Analysis of surface concentration and its fluctuations. Atmos Environ 2005; 39: 3039-3054.

126. Irwin JS and Hanna SR. Characterizing uncertainty in plume dispersion models. Int J Environ and Poll 2005; 25 (1/2/3/4): 16-24

127. Hanna SR, Paine R, Heinold D, Kintigh E and Baker D, Uncertainties in air toxics calculated by the dispersion models AERMOD and ISC in the Houston Ship Channel area.  J Appl Meteorol and Climatol 2007: 46; 1372-1382.

128. Hanna SR, Brown MJ, Camelli FE, Chan S., Coirier WJ, Hansen OR, Huber AH, Kim S. and Reynolds RM. Detailed simulations of atmospheric flow and dispersion in urban downtown areas by Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) models – An application of five CFD models to Manhattan. Bull Am Meteorol Soc 2006: 87; 1713-1726.

129. Hanna SR. A review of uncertainty and sensitivity analyses of atmospheric transport and dispersion models.  Developments in Environmental Science 6, Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application XVIII, Edited by Carlos Borrega and Eberhard Renner, Series Editor: S.V. Krupa, Elsevier Publishing Company, 2007, Chapter 4, 331-351.

130. Hanna SR, White J, Zhou Y. Observed winds, turbulence, and dispersion in built-up downtown areas in Oklahoma City and Manhattan.  Bound-Layer Meteorol 2007: 125; 441-468.

131. Zhou Y, Hanna SR. Along-wind dispersion of puffs released in built-up urban areas. Bound-Layer Meteorol 2007: 125; 469-486.

132. Huq P, Carrillo A, White L, Redondo J, Dharmavaram S, Hanna S.  Flow within urban canopies.  J Applied Meteorol and Climatol 2007: 46; 368-376.

133. Greco SL, Wilson AM, Hanna SR, Levy JI, Factors influencing mobile-source particulate matter emissions-to-exposure relations in the Boston urban area.  Environ Sci Tech 2007: 41; 7675-7682.

134. Hanna, SR.  Franklin A. Gifford Obituary.  Bull Am Meteorol Soc 2007: 88; 1651-1654.

135. Hanna SR, Zhou Y.  Space and time variations in turbulence during the Manhattan Midtown 2005 field experiment.  J Applied Meteorol and Climatol 2009: 48; 2295-2304.

136. White JM, Bowers JF, Hanna SR, and Lundquist JK. Importance of using observations of mixing depths in order to avoid large prediction errors by a transport and dispersion model. J Atmos and Oceanic Tech 2009: 26; 22-32.

137. Hanna SR, Dharmavaram S, Zhang J, Sykes I, Witlox H, Khajehnajafi S, Koslan K, Comparison of six widely-used dense gas dispersion models for three recent chlorine railcar accidents, Process Safety Progress 2008: 27; 248-259.

138. Hanna SR, Hansen OR, Ichard M, Strimaitis DG, CFD model simulations of dispersion from chlorine railcar releases in industrial and urban areas.  Atmos Environ 2009: 43; 262-270.

139. Hanna SR, Baja, E,  A simple urban dispersion model tested with tracer data from Oklahoma City and New York City.  Atmos Environ 2009: 43; 778-786.

140. Hanna SR, Reen B, Hendrick E, Santos L, Stauffer D, Deng AJ, McQueen J, Tsidulko M, Janjic Z, Jovic D, Sykes RI, Comparison of observed, MM5 and WRF-NMM model-simulated, and HPAC-assumed boundary-layer meteorological variables for three days during the IHOP field experiment.   Bound-Layer Meteorol 2010: 134 (2); 285-306.

141. Levy JI, Hanna SR, Spatial and temporal variability in urban fine particulate matter concentration.  To appear in  Environ Poll 2010.

142. Dennis R, Fox T, Gilliland A, Hanna S, Hogrefe C, Irwin J, Scheffe R, Schere K, Steyn D, Venkatram A, A framework for evaluating regional scale numerical photochemical modeling systems.  Environ Fluid Mech 2010: 4; 312-329.

143. Britter RE, Weil J, Leung J, Hanna SR, Toxic Industrial Chemical (TIC) source emissions model improvements for pressurized liquefied gases.  Atmos Environ 2011:45; 1-26.

144. Marciotto E, Oliveiro A, Hanna S,  Modeling study of the aspect ratio influence on urban canopy energy fluxes with a modified wall-canyon energy budget scheme.  Building and Environ 2010: 45, 2497-2505.

145. Hanna S, Marciotto E, Britter R,  Urban energy fluxes in built-up downtown areas and variations across the urban area, for use in dispersion models.  To appear in J Applied Meteorol and  Climatol 2011

146. Hanna S, Weil J, Venkatram A, Hosker R, Briggs A, Gary A. Briggs Obituary. Bull Am Meteorol Soc 2010: 91; 506-507.

147. Hanna SR, White J, Troiler J, Vernot R, Brown M, Kaplan H, Alexander Y, Moussafir J, Wang Y, Williamson C, Hannan J, Hendrick E,  Comparisons of JU2003 observations with four diagnostic urban wind flow and Lagrangian particle dispersion models.  Submitted to Atmos Environ 2010.

148. Grimmond CSB, Roth M, Oke T, Au YC, Best M, Betts R, Carmichael G, Cleugh H, Dabberdt W,  Emmanuel R, Freitas E, Fortuniak K, Hanna S, Klein P, Kalkstein L, Liu CH, Nickson A, Pearlmutter D, Sailor D, Voogt J,  Climate and more sustainable cities: Climate Information for improved planning and management of cities (producers/capabilities perspective). Proceedings World Climate Conference 3, Geneva, 31 August-04 September 2009 (ed: M.V.K. Sivakumar) Procedia Environmental Sciences 2010: 1; 247-274.

149. Zwack L, Hanna SR, Spengler JG, Levy JI, Using advanced dispersion models and mobile monitoring to characterize spatial patterns of ultrafine particles in an urban area. Atmos Environ 2011: 45: 4822-4150. Hanna S, Chang J, Acceptance criteria for urban dispersion model evaluation. Meteorol and Atmos Physics 2012: 116 (No. 3); 133-146.

150. Hanna S, Britter R, Argenta E, Chang J, The Jack Rabbit chlorine release experiments; dense gas removal from a depression by crosswinds. J Haz Mat 2012: vol 213-214; 406-412.

151. Pullen S, Chang J and Hanna S, Air/sea transport, dispersion and fate modeling in the vicinity of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant: A special conference session summary. Bull Am Meteorol Soc 2013: 94(1); 31-40.

152. Bieringer P, Hanna S, Kosovic B and Hannan J, International Workshop on Methods For Estimating the Atmospheric Radiation Release From the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant.  Bull Am Meteorol Soc 2013: (online version of vol 94(1) at

153. Hendrick EM, Tino VR, Hanna SR, Egan BA, Evaluation of NO2 predictions by the Plume Volume Molar Ratio Method (PVMRM) and Ozone Limiting Method (OLM) in AERMOD using new field observations.  J Air Waste Management Assoc 2013: 63(7); 844-854.

154. Hanna SR, Chowdhury B, Minimum turbulence assumptions and u* and L estimation for dispersion models during low-wind stable conditions. J Air Waste Management Assoc 2014: 64(3); 309-321.

155. Hanna SR, Chang JC, Skyscraper rooftop tracer concentration observations in Manhattan and comparisons with urban dispersion models. Atmos Environ 2015: 106; 215-222.

156. Hanna S, Yamada T, Kondo H, Watanabe A, Ohba, R, International workshop at Fukushima, Japan, on dispersion and deposition modeling for nuclear accident releases: Transfer of science from academic to operational models. Bull Am Meteorol Soc 2016. February on-line issue, pp ES31-ES36, DOI:10.1175/BAMS-D-15-00191.I

157. Hanna S, Jaffe D, Porter PS, Blewitt D, Air quality trends in the US Rocky Mountain area. Air Poll Modelling and its Applic XXI (D Steyn and S Trini-Castelli, eds) NATO Science for Peace and Security Series-C: Environmental Security, Springer 2012:  Ch 123, 747-751.

158. Hanna S, A 40-year history of a simple urban dispersion model and its evaluation. Air Poll Modelling and its Applic XXIII (D Steyn and R Mathur, eds) Springer Proceedings in Complexity 2014:  Ch 54, 329-339.

159. Hanna S, Chang J, Huq P, Observed chlorine concentrations during Jack Rabbit I and Lyme Bay field experiments. Atmos. Environ. 2016: 125:252-256.

160. Hanna S, Chang J, Dependence of maximum concentrations from chemical accidents on release duration. Atmos. Environ. 2017. 148:1-7.

161. Hanna S, Young G, The need for harmonization of methods for finding locations and magnitudes of air pollution sources using observations of concentrations and wind fields. Atmos. Environ. 2017. 148:361-363.

162. Dharmavaram S, Hanna S, CFD modelling of toxic gas dispersion in the vicinity of complex buildings, structures, and topography. I Chem Eng Symp Ser. 2007. No 153, 9 pp.

163. Hanna S, Chang J, Mazzola T, An analytical urban puff dispersion model compared with tracer observations in JU2003. Boundary-Layer Meteorol 2019. 171(3): 377-393.

164. Saide P, Steinhoff D, Kosovic B, Weil J, Downey N, Blewitt D, Hanna S, Delle Monache L, Evaluating methods to estimate methane emissions from oil and gas production facilities using LES simulations. Environ. Science and Tech. 2018: 52

165. Hanna S, Chang J, Is a Model’s Scatter Really “Very Small” or is Model A Really “Performing Better” than Model B? Air Poll Modelling and its Applic XXVI (C Mensink, W Gong, A Hakami, eds) Springer Proceedings in Complexity 2018: Ch 4.9.

166. Hernández-Ceballos M, Hanna S, Bianconi R., Bellasio R, Chang J, Mazzola T, Andronopoulos S, Armand P, Benbouta N, Čarný P, Ek N, Fojcíková E, Fry R, Huggett L, Kopka P, Korycki M, Lipták L, Millington S, Miner S, Oldrini O, Potempski S, Tinarelli G, Trini Castelli S, Venetsanos A, Galmarini S, UDINEE: Evaluation of Multiple Models with Data from the JU2003 Puff Releases in Oklahoma City. Part I: Comparison of Observed and Predicted Concentrations. Boundary-Layer Meteorol. 2019:

167. Hernández-Ceballos M, Hanna S, Bianconi R., Bellasio R, Chang J, Mazzola T, Andronopoulos S, Armand P, Benbouta N, Čarný P, Ek N, Fojcíková E, Fry R, Huggett L, Kopka P, Korycki M, Lipták L, Millington S, Miner S, Oldrini O, Potempski S, Tinarelli G, Trini Castelli S, Venetsanos A, Galmarini S, UDINEE: Evaluation of Multiple Models with Data from the JU2003 Puff Releases in Oklahoma City. Part II: Simulation of Puff Parameters. Boundary-Layer Meteorol.  2019:

168. Haupt S-E, Hanna S, Askelson M, Shepherd M, Fragomeni M, Debbage N, Johnson B, 100 Years of Progress in Applied Meteorology. Part II: Applications that Address Growing Population. Chapter 23 in the AMS monograph entitled A Century of Progress in Atmospheric and Related Sciences: Celebrating the American Meteorological Society Centennial, 2019: DOI: 10:1175/AMSMONOGRAPHS-D-18-0007.1.