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University of Houston
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

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Robert(Bob) Harriss   Curriculum Vitae pdf
 

Adjunct Faculty, Atmospheric Science
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Ph. D., Geochemistry, 1965, Rice University
M. A., Geochemistry, 1963, Rice University
B. S., Geology, 1963, Florida State University, Tallahassee

Phone: 281-363-7910
rharriss@harc.edu

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Sustainability Science, Engineering, and Policy; Disaster Resilient Communities; New Media and Games for Lifelong Learning; Air Quality; Renewable Energy Technologies.
 
Disaster Dynamics 
Galveston Futures: Planning for a Resilient Island 
Water and Vulnerability in the Lower Rio Grande/Rio Conchos
 
 
 
  • A preliminary investigation of minor elements in the skeletal material of scleractinian corals. Harriss, R. C., and C. Almy. 1964. Bull. Mar. Sci. Gulf Carib., 14: 418-423.
  • Trace element regulation in the marine alga Caulerpa racemosa, Harriss, R. C. 1965. Ecology, 46: 539-540.
  • Trace element distribution in Molluscan skeletal material I. Mg, Fe, Mn, Sr., Harriss, R. C. 1965. Bull. Mar. Sci. 15: 265-273.
  • Temperature and salinity control of the concentration of skeletal Na, Mn, and Fe in Dendraster excentricus, Pilkey, O. and R. C. Harriss. 1966. Pacific Science, 20: 235-238.
  • The effect of intertidal environment on the composition of calcareous skeletal material, Limnology and Oceanography, Pilkey, O. and R. C. Harriss. 1966. 11: 381-386.6.
  • Interstital waters of some deep marine carbonate sediments, Harriss, R. C. and O. Pilkey. 1966. Deep Sea Res., 13: 967-969.
  • Geochemical and mineralogical studies on the weathering of granitic rocks, Harriss, R. C. and J. A. S. Adams. 1966. Amer. J. Sci., 246: 146-173.
  • Silica and chloride in interstitial waters of river and lake sediments, Harriss, R. C. 1966. Limnology and Oceanography, 11: 8-12.
  • Biological buffering of oceanic silica, Harriss, R. C. 1966. Nature 212: 275-276.
  • Clay minerals and oceanic evolution, Harriss, R. C. 1967. Proc. 15th Clay conf., 207-214, Pergamon Press.
  • The variations of Si, Cl, Na, Sr, Ba, Co, and Ag in the Neuse River, N.C., Turekian, K., R. C. Harriss, and D. Johnson. 1967. Limnology and Oceanography, 12: 702-706.
  • Mercury in deep sea manganese nodules, Harriss, R. C. 1968. Nature, 219: 54-56.
  • Palladium, iridium, and gold in deep sea manganese nodules, Harriss, R. C., J. Crocket, and M. Stainton. 1968. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 32: 1049-1056.
  • Neutral Embayments, Glooschenko, W. and R. C. Harriss. 1969. in: Odum, H. T., Copeland, B., and McMahan, E. (ed.), Coastal Ecological Systems of the United States, pp. 953-962.
  • Boron regulation in the world ocean, Harriss, R. C. 1969. Nature 223: 290.
  • The geochemistry of an Arctic watershed, Macdougal, J. D. and R. C. Harriss. 1969. Can. J. Earth Sci., 6: 305-315.
  • Specific ion electrode determination of Br, Cl, and F in atmospheric precipitation, Harriss, R. C. and H. H. Williams. 1969. J. Appl. Meteor., 8: 299-301.
  • Fayetteville Green Lake, New York IV Interstitial water chemistry of the sediment, Brunskill, G. and R. C. Harriss. 1969. Limnology and Oceanography, 14: 858-862.
  • Fresh water ferromanganese concentrations: chemistry and internal structure, Harriss, R. C. and A. Troup. 1969. Science, 166: 604-606.
  • The distribution of nondetrital iron and manganese in two cores from the Kara Sea, Turner, R. and R. C. Harriss. 1970. Deep Sea Res., 17: 633-636.
  • Chloride and bromide in carbonate rocks in relation to the history of ocean water, Williams, H. H. and R. C. Harriss. 1970. Can. J. Earth Sci., 7: 1539-1551.
  • Inhibition of apatite precipitation in marine environment by magnesium ions, Martens, C. and R. C. Harriss. 1970. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 34: 621-625.
  • Chemistry and origin of freshwater ferromanganese concretions, Harriss, R. C. and A. G. Troup. 1970. Limnology and Oceanography, 15: 702-712.
  • Mercury compounds reduce photosynthesis by phytoplankton, Harriss, R. C., D. White, and B. MacFarlane. 1970. Science, 170: 736-737.
  • Mechanisms of iodine injection from the sea surface, in: Symposium on Precipitation Scavenging, Martens, C. and R. C. Harriss. 1971. A.E.C. Pub., Conf-700601, pp. 319-324.
  • Mercury in tobaccos, Andren, A. and R. C. Harriss. 1971. Environ. Letters, 1: 231-235.
  • Anomalies in the size distribution of magnesium, calcium, and sodium in marine aerosols, Andren, A. and R. C. Harriss. 1971. J. Appl. Meteor., 10: 1349-1350.
  • Ecological implications of mercury pollution in aquatic systems, Harriss, R. C. 1971. Biol. Conservation, 3: 279-284.
  • Controls on inorganic phosphorus in the world ocean, Harriss, R. C. 1971. in: Proc. Joint Oceanogr. Assembly (Tokyo), pp. 191-192.
  • Effect of pollution on the marine environment-A Case Study, Proc. Coastal Zone Pollution Management Symposium. Harriss, R. C., H. Mattraw, J. Alberts, and A. Hanke. 1972. EPA, Gov. Print. Office, pp. 41-57.
  • Silica-Biogeochemical Cycle, Harriss, R. C. 1972. in: Fairbridge (ed.), Encyclopedia of Geochemistry, Reinhold Press, pp. 1080-1082.
  • Controls on the boron content of the oceans, Harriss, R. C. 1972. in: Nelson, B. W. (ed.), Environmental Framework of Coastal Plain Estuaries, Geol. Soc. Amer. Memoir 133, pp. 71-78.
  • The interaction of light intensity and DDT concentration upon the marine diatom Nitzchia delicatissima Cleve, MacFarlane, B., W. Glooschenko, and R. C. Harriss. 1972. Hydrobiol. 39: 373- 382.
  • Effects of polychlorinated biphenyl on marine phytoplankton communities, Moore, S. A. and R. C. Harriss. 1972.Nature, 240: 356-358.
  • Land development and heavy metal distribution in the Florida Everglades, Horvath, G., R. C. Harriss, and H. Mattraw. 1972. Marine Pollution Bull., 3: 182-184.
  • Chemistry of aerosols, cloud droplets and rain in the Puerto Rican marine atmosphere, Martens, C. S. and R. C. Harriss. 1973. J. Geophys. Res., 78: 949-957.
  • Gold, palladium and iridium in marine sediments, Crocket, J., J. Macdougal, and R. C. Harriss. 1973. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 37: 2547-2556.
  • Trace elements in marine shrimp, Proc. Knauer, G. and R. C. Harriss. 1973. Third Natl. Radioecology Symp., pp. 836-840.
  • Sources of vanadium in Puerto Rican and San Francisco Bay area aerosols, Martens, C., J. Wesolowski, R. Kaifer, W. John, and R. C. Harriss. 1972. Environ. Sci. Tech., 7: 817-820.
  • Chlorine loss from Puerto Rican and San Francisco Bay area marine aerosols, Martens, C., J. Wesolowski, R. C. Harriss, and R. Kaifer. 1973. J. Geophys. Res., 78: 8778-8792.
  • Mechanisms controlling pore water salinities in a salt marsh, Lindberg, S. and R. C. Harriss. 1973. Limnology and Oceanography, 18: 788-791.
  • Methylmercury in estuarine sediments, Andren, A. and R. C. Harriss. 1973. Nature, 245: 256- 257.
  • Differential sensitivity to PCB by phytoplankton, Moore, S. A. and R. C. Harriss. 1974. Marine Pollution Bull., 5: 174-176.
  • Mercury-organic matter association in estuarine sediments and their associated interstitial water, Lindberg, S. L. and R. C. Harriss. 1974. Environ. Sci. Tech., 8: 459-462.
  • Mercury enrichment in estuarine plant detritus, Lindberg, S. and R. C. Harriss. 1974. Marine Pollution Bull., 5: 93-94.
  • Salinity and dissolved organic matter effects on surface charge characteristics of selected euryhaline phytoplankton, Myers, V., R. L. Iverson, and R. C. Harriss. 1975. Jour. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecology, 17: 59-69.
  • Geochemistry of mercury in the estuarine environment, Lindberg, S., A. Andren, and R. C. Harriss. 1975. in: Estuarine Research, v. 1, pp. 64-107, Academic Press.
  • The effect of urban land use on nutrient and suspended-solids export from North Florida watersheds, in: Mineral Cycling in Southeastern Ecosystems, Turner, R., R. C. Harriss, and T. Burton. 1975. ERDA Symposium Series Conf.-740513, pp. 686-888.
  • Ecological modeling - a discussion, in: Symposium on Ecological Modeling, Harriss, R. C. 1975. pp. 369-373, Johns Hopkins Univ. Press.
  • Observations on the association of dissolved mercury and organic matter in natural waters, Andren, a. and R. C. Harriss. 1975. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 39: 1253-1258.
  • Role of mangrove vegetation in mercury cycling in the Florida Everglades, Tripp, M. and R. C. Harriss. 1976. in: Environmental Biogeochemistry, v. 2, pp. 489-498, Ann Arbor Science Press.
  • Effects of highway construction on water quality in a North Florida watershed, Burton, T., R. Turner, and R. C. Harriss. 1976. Water Resources Bull., 12: 529-538.
  • Boron in North Florida rainfall, Martens, C. S. and R. C. Harriss. 1976. J. Geophys. Res., 81: 6371-6376.
  • Energy, ecosystems, and world order, Harriss, R. C. 1976. in: International Legal Papers, v. 2, 104-116, Pontchartrain Press.
  • Suggestions for the development of a hazard evaluation procedure for potentially toxic chemicals, Monitoring and Assessment Research Center Report No. 3, Harriss, R. C. 1976. Univ. of London, pp .18
  • Release of dissolved mercury and organic matter from resuspended near shore sediment, Lindberg, S. E. and R. C. Harriss. 1977. J. Water Pollution Control Fed., 12: 2479-2487.
  • Lake Jackson Watershed Study: Description of sites, methodology and scope of research. Turner, R. R., T. M. Burton, and R. C. Harriss. 1977. in: Correll, D. (ed.) Watershed Research in Eastern North America, Smithsonian Inst. Pub., pp. 19-32.
  • Descriptive hydrology of three North Florida watersheds in contrasting land use. Turner, R. R., T. M. Burton, and R. C. Harriss. 1977. in: Correll, D. (ed.) Watershed Research in Eastern North America, Smithsonian Inst. Pub., pp. 211-224.
  • Nutrient export from three North Florida watersheds in contrasting land use. Burton, T. M., R. B. Turner, and R. C. Harriss. 1977. in: Correll, D. (ed.) Watershed Research in Eastern North America, Smithsonian Inst. Pub., pp. 324-341.
  • Suspended and dissolved solids export from three North Florida watersheds in contrasting land use. Burton, T. M., R. R. Turner, and R. C. Harriss. 1977. in: Correll, D. (ed.) Watershed Research in Eastern North America, Smithsonian Inst. Pub., pp. 471-485.
  • Our hazardous environment, Harriss, R. C., C. Hohenemser, and R. W. Kates. 1978. Environment, 20: 7-24.
  • Mercury: Measuring and managing the risk, Harriss, R. C. and C. Hohenemser. 1978. Environment, 20: 25-36.
  • Response of a soft water lake in North Florida, U.S.A., to increased chemical and particulate loading from its watershed, Burton, T. M., R. R. Turner, and R. C. Harriss. 1978. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnology, 20: 546-549.
  • The influence of bird rookeries on nutrient cycling and organic matter production in the Shark River, Florida Everglades. Burton, T. M., R. C. Harriss, and M. Tripp. 1979. in: Strategies for Protection and Management of Floodplain Wetlands and other Riparian Ecosystems, U.S. Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rept. WO-12, pp. 73-79.
  • The burden of technological hazards, Harriss, R. C., C. Hohenemser, and R. W. Kates. 1979. in: Goodman, G. and Rowe, W. (ed.), Energy Risk Management, Academic Press, pp. 103-137.
  • Airborne spacecraft - A remotely powered, high altitude RPV for environmental applications, Youngblood, J. W., W. L. Darnell, R. Johnson, and R. C. Harriss. 1980. Unmanned Vehicle Systems Jour., pp. 8-15.
  • Remote sensing for water quality and biological measurements in coastal waters. Johnson, R. W. and R. C. Harriss. 1980. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, 46: 77-85.
  • A continuous sampling and analysis system for monitoring methane fluxes from soil and water surfaces to the atmosphere, Sebacher, D. I. and R. C. Harriss. 1980. in: Proc. 73rd Ann. Meet. Air Pollut. Control Assoc., pp. 12.
  • Assessing impacts of fossil fuel energy systems on geochemical cycles, Harriss, R. C. 1980. in: Singh, J. and Deepak, A. (eds.) Environmental and Climate Impact of Coal Utilization, Academic Press, pp. 83-100.
  • Trace metal solubility in aerosols produced by coal combustion, Lindberg, S. E. and R. C. Harriss. 1980. in: Singh, J. and Deepak, A. (eds.) Environmental and Climatic Impact of Coal Utilization, Academic Press, pp. 589-608.
  • Sources and variability of suspended particulates and organic carbon in a salt marsh estuary, Harriss, R. C., B. W. Ribelin, and C. Dreyer. 1980. in: Hamilton, P. (ed.) Estuarine and Wetland Processes, Plenum Press, pp. 371-384.
  • The use of remote sensing in monitoring and assessment of marine pollution, Harriss, R. C., W. Philpot, and V. Klemas. 1981.in: Proc. Seminar on Environmental Monitoring for the Arab World, Royal Scientific Society of Jordan Press, pp. 492-530.
  • The role of atmospheric deposition in an eastern U.S. deciduous forest, Lindberg, S. E. and R. C. Harriss. 1981. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 16: 13-31.
  • Methane flux in forested swamps of the southeastern U.S., Harriss, R. C. and D. I. Sebacher. 1981. Geophys. Res. Lett., 8: 1002-1004.
  • Atmospheric deposition of metals to a forest canopy, Lindberg, S., R. C. Harriss, and R. Turner. 1982. Science, 215: 1609-1611.
  • A system for measuring methane fluxes from inland and coastal wetland environments, Sebacher, D. E. and R. C. Harriss. 1982. J. Environ. Qual., 11: 34-37.
  • Influence of organic materials on turbid water optical properties and remote sensing reflectance, Whitte, W. G., C. H. Whitlock, R. C. Harriss, J. Usry, L. Poole, W. Houghton, W. Morris, W. and E. Gurganus. 1982. J. Geophys. Res., 87: 441-446.
  • Sources of atmospheric ammonia, Harriss, R. C. and J. Michaels. 1982. in: 2nd Symposium Composition Nonurban Troposphere, pp. 33-35.
  • CO, O3, and aerosol measurements from NASA Global Tropospheric Experiment Test Flights, Hinton, R. R., E. Browell, G. Gregory, and R. C. Harriss. 1982. in: 2nd Symposium Composition Nonurban Troposphere, pp. 44-47.
  • Sources of atmospheric methane from coastal marine wetlands, Harriss, R. C., D. I. Sebacher, K. Bartlett, and D. Bartlett. 1982. in: 2nd Symposium Composition Nonurban Troposphere (preprint vol.), pp. 114-117.
  • Methane flux in the Great Dismal Swamp, Harriss, R. C., D. I. Sebacher, and F. Day. 1982. Nature, 297: 673-674.
  • Nutrient retention and transformation in relation to hydraulic flushing rate in a small impoundment, Turner, R. R., E. A. Laws, and R. C. Harriss. 1983. Freshwater Biol., 13: 113-127. 8
  • Satellite sensing capabilities for surface temperature and meteorological parameters over the ocean, Darnell, W. L. and R. C. Harriss. 1983. Internatl. J. Remote Sensing, 4: 65-92.
  • Laboratory analysis of techniques for remote sensing of estuarine parameters using laser excitation, Exton, R. J., W. M. Houghton, W. Esaies, R. C. Harriss, F. Farmer, and H. White. 1983. Applied Optics, 22: 54-64.
  • Methane flux across the air-water interface: Air velocity effects, Sebacher, D. I., R. C. Harriss, and K. Bartlett. 1983. Tellus, 35B: 103-109.
  • Water and acid soluble trace metals in atmospheric particles, Lindberg, S. and R. C. Harriss. 1983. J. Geophys. Res., 88: 5091-5100.
  • NASA Global Tropospheric Experiment, McNeal, R. J., J. Mugler, R. C. Harriss, and J. Hoell. 1983. EOS, 64: 561-562.
  • Atmospheric transport of pollutants from North America to the North Atlantic Ocean, Harriss, R. C., E. V. Browell, D. I. Sebacher, G. Gregory, R. Hinton, S. Beck, D. McDougal, and S. Shipley. 1984. Nature, 308: 722-724.
  • Sequential sampling and variability of acid precipitation in Hampton, Virginia, Pellett, G. L., R. Bustin, and R. C. Harriss. 1984. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 21: 33-49.
  • Biological and surface sources, Cicerone, R., C. Delwiche, R. C. Harriss, and R. Dickinson. 1984. in: Global Tropospheric Chemistry, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., pp. 55- 68.
  • Sulfur cycle, Harriss, R. and H. Niki. 1984. in: Global Tropospheric Chemistry, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., pp. 117-121.
  • Influence of meteorological conditions on aerosol vertical distribution and composition off the northeast American coastline, Sebacher, D. I., R. C. Harriss, W. R. Cofer, and E. Browell. 1985. Atm. Environ., 19: 423-428.
  • Methane emissions to the atmosphere through aquatic plants, Sebacher, D. I., R. C. Harriss, and D. Bartlett. 1985. J. Environ. Qual., 14: 40-46.
  • Methane flux from coastal salt marshes, Bartlett, K., R. C. Harriss, and D. I. Sebacher. 1985. J. Geophys. Res., 90: 5710-5720.
  • Methane flux from northern peatlands, Harriss, R. C., E. Gorham, D. I. Sebacher, K. Bartlett, and P. Flebbe. 1985. Nature, 315: 652-653.
  • Mercury in rain and throughfall in a tropical rain forest, Lindberg, S. and R. C. Harriss. 1985. in: Proc. 5th Conf. on Heavy Metals in the Environment, CEP Pub. Co., London.
  • Atmospheric methane sources: Alaskan tundra, an Alpine Fen, and a Boreal Marsh, Sebacher. D. I., R. C. Harriss, K. Bartlett, S. Sebacher, and S. Grice. 1986. Tellus, 38B: 1-10.
  • Distribution and geochemistry of aerosols in the tropical North Atlantic troposphere: Relationship to Saharan Dust. Talbot, R., R. C. Harriss, E. Browell, G. Gregory, D. Sebacher, and S. Beck. 1986. J. Geophys. Res., 91: 5173-5182.
  • Air chemistry over the tropical forest of Guyana. Gregory, G. L., R. C. Harriss, R. W. Talbot, R. A. Rasmussen, M. Garstang, M. O. Andreae, R. R. Hinton, E. V. Browell, S. M. Beck, D. I. Sebacher, M. A. K. Khalil, R. J. Ferek, and S. V. Harriss. 1986. J. Geophys. Res., 91: 8603-8612.
  • Methane emissions along a saltmarsh salinity gradient, Bartlett, K. B., D. S. Bartlett, R. C. Harriss, and D. I. Sebacher. 1987.Biogeochemistry, 4: 183-202.
  • Vertical distributions of molecular hydrogen off the eastern and Gulf coasts of the United States, Cofer, W. R., R. C. Harriss, J. S. Levine, and R. Edahl. 1986.J. Geophys. Res., 91: 14561- 14567.
  • Influence of a tropical forest on air chemistry. Harriss, R. C. 1987. in: R. Dickinson (ed.) Geophysiology of the Amazon, Wiley Pub., N. Y., pp. 163-174.
  • Tropospheric methane from an Amazonian floodplain lake, Crill, P. M., K. B. Bartlett, J. O. Wilson, D. I. Sebacher, R. C. Harriss, J. M. Melack, S. MacIntyre, L. Lesack, and L. Smith-Morrill. 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 93: 1564-1570.
  • Formic and acetic acid over the central Amazon region, Andreae, M. O., R. W. Talbot, T. W. Andreae, and R. C. Harriss. 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 93: 1616-1624.
  • Regional aerosol chemistry of the Amazon basin, Talbot, R. W., M. O. Andreae, T. W. Andreae, and R. C. Harriss. 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 93: 1499-1508.
  • Biomass burning emission and associated haze layers over Amazonia, Andreae, M. O., E. V. Brownell, P. L. S. Dias, M. Garstang, G. L. Gregory, R. C. Harriss, D. J. Jacob, M. C. Pereira, G. W. Sachse, A. W. Setzer, R. W. Talbot, A. L. Torres, and S. C. Wofsy. 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 93: 1509-1527.
  • Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere over the Amazon Basin, Wofsy, S. C., R. C. Harriss, and W. A. Kaplan. 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 93: 1377-1388.
  • Carbon monoxide in the atmosphere over the Amazon Basin, Sachse, G. W., R. C. Harriss, G. F. Hill, J. Fishman, and D. R. Cahoon. 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 93: 1422-1430.
  • The Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE2A), Harriss, R. C., S. C. Wofsy, M. Garstang, E. V. Browell, L. C. B. Molion, R. J. McNeal, J. M. Hoell, R. J. Bendura, S. M. Beck, R. L. Navarro, J. T. Riley, and R. L. Snell. 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 93: 1351-1360.
  • Tropospheric ozone and aerosol distributions across the Amazon Basin, Browell, E. V., G. L. Gregory, R. C. Harriss, and V. Kirchhoff. 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 93: 1422-1430.
  • Trace gas exchanges and convective transports over the Amazon rain forest, Garstang, M., J. Scala, S. Greco, R. Harriss, S. Beck, E. Browell, G. Sachse, G. Gregory, G. Hill, J. Simpson, W. -K. Tao, and A. Torres. 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 93: 1528-1550.
  • Atmospheric geochemistry of formic and acetic acids at a mid-latitude site, Talbot, R. W., K. Beecher, R. C. Harriss, and W. R. Cofer. 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 93: 1638-1652.
  • Sources of atmospheric methane in the south Florida environment, Harriss, R. C., D. I. Sebacher, K. B. Bartlett, D. S. Bartlett, and P. M. Crill. 1988. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2: 231- 243.
  • Prospects for aircraft-based gas exchange measurements in ecosystem studies, Matson, P. A., and R. C. Harriss. 1988. Ecology, 69: 1318-1325.
  • Seasonal variation of methane emissions from a temperate swamp, Wilson, J., P. M. Crill, K. B. Bartlett, D. I. Sebacher, R. C. Harriss, and R. L. Sass. 1988. Biogeochemistry, 8: 55-71.
  • Methane flux from Minnesota peatlands, Crill, P. M., K. B. Bartlett, R. C. Harriss, E. Gorham, E. S. Verry, L. Madzar, W. Sanner, and D. I. Sebacher. 1988. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2: 371-384.
  • Methane emissions from the Florida Everglades: Patterns of variability in a regional wetland ecosystem, Bartlett, D. S., K. B. Bartlett, J. M. Hartman, R. C. Harriss, D. I. Sebacher, R. Pelletier-Travis, D. Dow, and D. Brannon. 1989. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 3: 363-374.
  • Atmospheric chemistry, deposition, and canopy interactions, Lindberg, S. E., R. C. Harriss, W. A. Hoffman, G. M. Lovett, and R. R. Turner. 1989. in: D. W. Johnson and R. Van Hook (eds.) Analysis of Biogeochemical Cycling Processes in Walker Branch Watershed, Springer-Verlag, Chap. 4, pp. 96-163.
  • Experimental design for studying atmosphere-biosphere interactions. Harriss, R. C. 1989. in: M. Andreae and D. Schimel (eds.) Exchange of Trace Gases Between Terrestrial Ecosystems and the Atmosphere, John Wiley Pub., N.Y., pp. 291-301.
  • The Amazon Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE 2B): A meteorological perspective, Garstang, M., S. Ulanski, S. Greco, J. Scala, R. Swap, D. Fitzjarrald, D. Martin, E. Browell, M. Shipman, V. Conners, R.C. Harriss, and R. Talbot. 1990. Bull. Amer. Meteoro. Soc., 71: 19-32.
  • Agricultural production versus climate protection, Harriss, R. C. 1990. Land Use Policy, 7: 173- 175.
  • The Amazon Boundary Layer Experiment: Wet Season 1987 (ABLE 2B), Harriss, R. C., M. Garstang, S. C. Wofsy, S. M. Beck, R. J. Bendura, J. Coelho, J. Drewry, J. Hoell, P. Matson, R. McNeal, L. Molion, R. Navarro, V. Rabine, and R. Snell. 1990. J. Geophys. Res., 95: 16721-16736.
  • Methane fux from the Amazon River floodplain: emissions during rising water, Bartlett, K. B., P. M. Crill, J. A. Bonassi, J. E. Richey, and R. C. Harriss. 1990. J. Geophys. Res., 95: 6773- 16788.
  • Ozone and aerosol distributions over the Amazon Basin during the wet season, Browell, E. V., G. L. Gregory, R. C. Harriss, and V. Kirchhoff. 1990. J. Geophys. Res., 95: 16887-16902.
  • Carbon monoxide over the Amazon Basin during the wet season, Harriss, R. C., G. W. Sachse, G. Hill, L. Wade, and G. Gregory. 1990. J. Geophys. Res., 95: 16927-16932.
  • Aerosol chemistry during the wet season in Central Amazonia: the influence of long-range transport, Talbot, R. W., M. Andreae, H. Berresheim, P. Artaxo, M. Garstang, R. C. Harriss, K. M. Beecher, and S. M. Li. 1990. J. Geophys. Res., 95: 16955-16970.
  • Rainfall and kinematic conditions over central Amazonia during ABLE 2B, Greco, S., R. Swap, M. Garstang, S. Ulanski, M. Shipman, R. C. Harriss, R.Talbot, M. Andreae, and P. Artaxo. 1990. J. Geophys. Res., 95: 17001-17014.
  • Effects of tropical deforestation on global and regional atmospheric chemistry, Keller, M., D. J. Jacob, S. C. Wofsy, and R. C. Harriss. 1991. Climatic Change, 19: 139-158.
  • Measuring urban fluxes of methane, McManus, J., C. Kolb, P. Crill, R. C. Harriss, B. Mosher, B. Lamb, K. Maas, and J. Ryddock. 1991.World Resources Review, 3: 162-183.
  • Methane fluxes from terrestrial wetland environments. Crill, P.M., R.C. Harriss, and K.B. Bartlett. 1991. in: J.E. Rogers and W. Whitman (eds.) Microbial Production and Consumption of Greenhouse Gases: Methane, Nitrogen Oxides, and Halomethanes, Amer. Soc. Microbiol., Washington, D.C., pp. 91-109.
  • The sensitivity of methane emissions from northern freshwater wetlands to global warming, Harriss, R. C. and S. E. Frolking. 1992. in: Global Warming and Freshwater Ecosystems, P. Firth & S. Fisher (eds.), Springer-Verlag Pub., pp. 48-67.
  • Enhancing biomass energy use in Kenya, Banwell, P. and R. C. Harriss. 1992. Nat. Res. Forum, 20: 298-304.
  • The Arctic Boundary Layer Expedition (ABLE 3A): Harriss, R. C., S. C. Wofsy, D. S. Bartlett, M. C. Shipham, D. J. Jacob, J. M. Hoell, Jr., R. J. Bendura, J. W. Drewry, R. J. McNeal, R. L. Navarro, R. N. Gidge, and V. E. Rabine. 1992. July-August 1988. J. Geophys. Res., 97: 16,383- 16,394.
  • Carbon dioxide and methane in the North American Arctic and Subarctic troposphere: July-August 1988. Harriss, R.C., G.W. Sachse, G.F. Hill, L. Wade, K.B. Bartlett, J.E. Collins, P. Steele, and P. Novelli. 1992. J. Geophys. Res., 97: 16,589-16,600.
  • Methane emissions from tundra environments in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska. Bartlett, K.B., P.M. Crill, R.L. Sass, R.C. Harriss, and N.B. Dise. 1992. J. Geophys. Res., 97: 16,645- 16,660.
  • Atmospheric chemistry in the Arctic and Subarctic: influence of natural fires, industrial emissions, and stratospheric inputs. Wofsy, S.C., G.W. Sachse, G.L. Gregory, D.R. Blake, J.D. Bradshaw, S. Sandholm, H. Singh, J. Barrick, R.C. Harriss, R.W. Talbot, M. Shipham, E. Browell, D. Jacob, and J. Logan. 1992. J. Geophys. Res., 97: 16,731-16,746. 11
  • Large-scale variability of ozone and aerosols in the summertime Arctic and Subarctic troposphere. Browell, E.V., C. Butler, S. Kooi, M. Fenn, R.C. Harriss, and G.L. Gregory. 1992.J. Geophys. Res., 97: 16,433-16,450.
  • Soluble species in the Arctic summer troposphere: acidic gases, aerosols, and precipitation. Talbot, R.W., A.S. Vijgen, and R.C. Harriss. 1992. J. Geophys. Res., 97: 16,531-16,544.
  • Northern wetlands study (NOWES): an assessment of the role of northern wetlands in the exchange of atmospheric trace gases. Roulet, N.T., L. Barrie, W.A. Glooschenko, R.C. Harriss, J. MacPherson, T. Moore, H. Neumann, and H. Schiff. 1992. Ecol. Bull. 42: 77-85.
  • Methane emissions from northern highlatitude wetlands. Harriss, R.C., K. Bartlett, S. Frolking, and P. Crill. 1993. in: R.S. Oremland (ed.) Biogeochemistry of Global Change, Chapman & Hall, N.Y., pp. 449-486.
  • Review and Assessment of Methane Emissions from Wetlands. Bartlett, K. B., and R. C. Harriss. 1993. Chemosphere, 26: 261-320.
  • Methane emissions to the atmosphere from coal mining, Harriss, R. C., T. Bensel, and D. Blaha. 1993. in: R. Geyer (ed.) A Global Warming Forum: Scientific, Economic, and Legal Overview, CRC Press, pp. 339-346.
  • Methane emissions from municipal wastewater treatment processes. Czepiel, P., P.C. Crill, and R.C. Harriss. 1993. Environ. Sci. Technol., 27: 2472-2477.
  • Seasonal and geographic variations of methanesulfonic acid in the Arctic troposphere, Li, S.M., L. Barrie, R.W. Talbot, R.C. Harriss, C. Davidson, and J. Jaffrezo. 1993. Atm. Environ., 27A: 3011-3024.
  • Atlas of Satellite Observations Related to Global Change, Harriss, R.C. 1993. Tropospheric chemistry, in: R.J. Gurney et al. (eds.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 181-189.
  • The Arctic Boundary Layer Expedition (ABLE 3B): July-August 1990. Harriss, R.C., S.C. Wofsy, J. Hoell, R. Bendura, J. Drewry, R. McNeal, D. Pierce, V. Rabine, and R. Snell. 1994. J. Geophys. Res., 99 : 1635-1644.
  • Carbon monoxide and methane over Canada: July-August 1990. Harriss, R.C., G.W. Sachse, J. Collins, L. Wade, K. Bartlett, R. Talbot, E. Browell, L. G. Hill, and L. Burney. 1994.J. Geophys. Res., 99 : 1721-1738.
  • Enhancement of acidic gases in biomass burning impacted air masses over Canada. Lefer, B.L., R.W. Talbot, R.C. Harriss, J. Bradshaw, S. Sandholm, J. Olson, G. Sachse, J. Collins, M. Shipham, D. Blake, K. Klemm, O. Klemm, K. Gorzelska, and J. Barrick. 1994. J. Geophys. Res., 99 : 1721-1738.
  • Ozone and aerosol distributions in the summertime troposphere over Canada. Browell, E.V., M.A. Fenn, C. Butler, W. Grant, R.C. Harriss, and M. Shipham. 1994. J. Geophys. Res., 99: 1739- 1756.
  • Factors influencing atmospheric composition over subarctic North America during summer. Wofsy, S.C., S. Fan, D. Blake, J. Bradshaw, S. Sandholm, H. Singh, G. Sachse, and R.C. Harriss. 1994. J. Geophys. Res., 99 : 1887-1898.
  • Reducing urban sources of methane: an experiment in industrial ecology. Harriss, R.C. 1994. in: Industrial Ecology and Global Change, Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. 223-238.
  • Addressing the “supply side” in the greenhouse debate: reducing CO2 emissions through energy conservation. Banwell, P.S., J.M. Halstead, and R.C. Harriss. 1994. Professional Environmentalist, 10: 112-124.
  • Managing urban water supply in an uncertain climate. Hartley, S. and R.C. Harriss. 1994. Natural Resources Forum, 18: 55-62.
  • Modeling nitrous oxide emissions from agriculture: A Florida case study. Li, C., S.E. Frolking, and R.C. Harriss. 1994. Chemosphere, 28: 1401-1415.
  • Comment on “A dramatic decrease in the growth rate of atmospheric methane during 1992”. Hogan, K. and R.C. Harriss. 1994. Geophys. Res. Lett., 21: 2445-2446.
  • Remote sensing of watershed characteristics in Costa Rica. Sanchez-Azofeifa, G.-A. and R.C. Harriss. 1994. Internatl. J. Water Res. Development, 10: 117-130.
  • Modeling carbon biogeochemistry in agricultural soils. Li, C., S. Frolking, and R.C. Harriss. 1994. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 8: 237-254.
  • Mapping urban sources of atmospheric methane. Blaha, D., B. Mosher, R.C. Harriss, C.E. Kolb, J. McManus, J. Shorter, and B. Lamb. 1994. Geo Info Systems, 4: 34-38.
  • Development of atmospheric tracer methods to measure methane emissions from natural gas facilities and urban areas. amb, B.K., J. McManus, J. Shorter, C. Kolb, B. Mosher, R. Harriss, E. Allwine, D. Blaha, T. Howard, A. Guenther, R. Lott, R. Siverson, H. Westberg, and P. Zimmerman. 1995. Environ. Sci. Technol., 29: 1468-1479.
  • Environmental factors influencing the variability of methane oxidation in temperate zone soils. Czepiel, P.M., P.M. Crill, and R.C. Harriss. 1995. J. Geophys. Res., 100: 9359-9364.
  • Nitrous oxide emissions from municipal wastewater treatment. Czepiel, P.M., P.M. Crill, and Robert Harriss. 1995. Environ. Sci. Technol., 29: 2352-2356.
  • Biogenic Trace Gases: Measuring Emissions from Soil and Water. Matson, P.A. and R.C. Harriss, (Eds.) 1995. Blackwell Scientific Publishing, Cambridge, pp. 394.
  • Trace gas exchange in an ecosystem context: Multiple approaches to measurement and analysis. pp. 1-13, Matson, P.A. and R.C. Harriss. 1995. in: P.A. Matson and R.C. Harriss, Eds., Biogenic Trace Gases:Measuring Emissions from Soil and Water. Blackwell Scientific Publishing, Cambridge.
  • Airborne nitrous oxide observations over the western Pacific Ocean: September-October 1991. Collins, J.E., G.W. Sachse, B.E. Anderson, R.C. Harriss, S. Sandholm, L.O. Wade, L.G. Burney, and G.F. Hill. 1996. J. Geophys. Res., 101: 1975-1984.
  • Landfill methane emissions measured by enclosure and atmospheric tracer methods. Czepiel,P.M., B. Mosher, R.C. Harriss, J.H. Shorter, J.B. McManus, C.E. Kolb, C.E., E. Allwine, and B. Lamb. 1996. J. Geophys. Res., 101: 16,711-16,719.
  • Quantifying the effect of oxidation on landfill methane emissions. Czepiel, P.M., B. Mosher, P.M. Crill, and R.C. Harriss. 1996. J. Geophys. Res.,101: 16,721-16,729.
  • Energy policy and economic development in the Philippines: 1973-2000. Bensel, T., and R.C. Harriss. 1996. J. Energy and Development, 20: 187-227.
  • Methane emission measurements in urban areas in eastern Germany. Shorter, J., J. McManus, C. Kolb, E. Allwine, B. Lamb, B. Mosher, R. Harriss, U. Partchatka, H. Fischer, G. Harris, P. Crutzen, and H. Karbach. 1996. J. Atmos. Chem., 24: 121-140.
  • Measurements of nitrous oxide emissions from composted organic waste. Czepiel, P., E. Douglas, R.C. Harriss, and P. Crill. 1996. Environ. Sci. Technol., 30: 454-460.
  • Model estimates of nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural lands in the United States. Li, C., V. Narayanan, and R.C. Harriss. 1996. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 10: 297-306.
  • Methane in the tropical South Atlantic:Sources and distribution during the late dry season. Bartlett, K., G. Sachse, J. Collins, and R.C. Harriss. 1996. J. Geophys. Res., 101: 24,139- 24,150.
  • Modelling temporal variability in the carbon balance of a spruce/moss boreal forest. Frolking, S., M. Goulden, S. Wofsy, S-M. Fan, D. Sutton, J. Munger, A. Buzzaz, B. Daube, P. Crill, J. Aber, L. Band, X. Wang, K. Savage, T. Moore, and R.C. Harriss. 1996. Global Change Biology, 2: 343-366.
  • Mission to Planet Earth: Land-Cover/Use Change Program. in: Biomass Burning and Global Change, Janetos, A., C. Justice, and R.C. Harriss. 1996. J. Levine (ed.), 1: 1-13, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
  • Biomass fuel utilization in tropical Asia. in: Biomass Burning
    and Global Change,
    Bensel, T. and R.C. Harriss. 1996. J. Levine (ed.), 2: 671-681, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
  • The collection of leakage statistics in the natural gas system by tracer methods. Shorter, J., J. McManus, C. Kolb, E. Allwine, R. Siverson, B. Lamb, B. Mosher, R. Harriss, T. Howard, and R. Lott. 1997. Environ. Sci. Technol., 31: 2012-2019.
  • Atmospheric methane measurements in central New England: An analysis of the long-term trend and the seasonal and diurnal cycles Shipham,M., K. B. Bartlett, P. M. Crill, R. C. Harriss, and D. Blaha. 1998. J. Geophys. Res., 103: 10621-10630.
  • Methane measurements in central New England: An assessment of regional transport from surrounding sources Shipham,M., P. M. Crill, K. B. Bartlett, A. H. Goldstein, P. M. Czepiel, R. C. Harriss, and D. Blaha. 1998. J. Geophys. Res., 103: 21985-22000.
  • Natural and anthropogenic methane sources in New England. Blaha, D., K. Bartlett, P. Czepiel, R.C. Harriss, and P. Crill. 1998. Atm. Environ., 33: 243-255.
  • Methane emissions at nine landfill sites in the northeastern United States. Mosher, B.W., P. Czepiel, R.C. Harriss, J. Shorter, C. Kolb, J. McManus, E. Allwine, and B. Lamb. 1999. Environ. Sci. Technol., 33: 2088-2094.
  • Deforestation in Costa Rica: A quantitative analysis using remote sensing imagery. Sanchez-Azofeifa, G.A., R.C. Harriss, and D. Skole. 2001.Biotropica, 33: 378-384.
  • Sort-term nitrous oxide profile dynamics and emissions response to water, nitrogen and carbon additions in two tropical soils. Nobre, A.D., M. Keller, P.M. Crill, and R.C. Harriss. 2001. Bio. Fertility Soils, 34: 363-373.
  • Water resources and regional land cover change in Costa Rica: Impacts and economics, anchez-Azofeifa, G.A., R.C. Harriss, A.L. Storrier, and T. De Camino-Beck. 2002. Water Res. Development, 18: 409-424.
  • The North American Carbon Program (NACP). Report of the NACP Committee of the U.S. Interagency Carbon Cycle Science Program. Wofsy, S.C. and R.C. Harriss (Eds.). 2002. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Global Change Research Program.
  • Net fluxes of carbon dioxide in Amazonia derived from aircraft observations, Chou, W.W., S.C. Wofsy, R.C. Harriss, J.C. Lin, C. Gerbig, and G. Sache. 2002. J. Geophys. Res., 107, D22, 4614, 10.1029/2001D001295.
  • The influence of atmospheric pressure on landfill methane emissions, Czepiel, P., J. Shorter, B. Mosher, E. allwine, J. McManus, R. Harriss, C. Kolb, and B. Lamb. 2003. Waste Management, 23: 593-598.
  • The role of carbon cycle observations and knowledge in carbon management, Dilling, L., S. Doney, J. Edmonds, K. Gurney, R. Harriss, D. Schimel, B. Stephens, and G. Stokes. 2003. Annual Reviews Environment and Resources, 28: 521-558.
  • Soil organic matter and the sustainability of Chinese agriculture: A modeling study of coupled C and N biogeochemical cycles, Li, C., Y. Zahui, S. Frolking, J. Galloway, R. Harriss, B. Moore III, D. Schimel, and X. Wang. 2003. Ecological Applications, 13: 327-336.
  • Remote sensing research priorities in tropical dry forest environments, Sanchez-Azofeifa, G., K. Castro, B. Rivard, M. Kalascka, and R. Harriss. 2003. Biotropica, 35: 134-142.
  • Global patterns in human consumption of net primary production, Imhoff, M., L. Bounoua, T. Ricketts, C. Locks, R. Harriss, and W. Lawrence. 2004.Nature, 429: 870-873.
  • Designing a geospatial information infrastructure for mitigation of heat wave hazards in urban areas, Wilhelmi, O., K. Purvis, and R. Harriss. 2004. Natural Hazards Review, 5: 147-158. 14
  • Carbon embodiment in North American trade, Shui Bin and R. Harriss. 2005. J. Energy and Development, XXXI: 101-110.
  • The role of CO2 embodiment in US-China trade, Shui Bin and R. Harriss. 2006. Energy Policy, 34:4063-4068.
  • The problematic climate of South Texas 1900-2100, Norwine, Jim, R. Harriss, Jaehyung Yu, Claudia Tebaldi, and Ralph Bingham. 2007.p. 15-56, in: Jim Norwine and Kuruvilla John (Eds) The Changing Climate of South Texas 1900-2100, 158pp (available on amazon.com).
  • South Texas Climate 2100: Reflections, Prospects, Prescriptions, Harriss, R.C. 2007. p. 147-152, in: Jim Norwine and Kuruvilla John (Eds) The Changing Climate of South Texas 1900-2100, 158pp.
  • Exploring the structure of the U.S. intercity passenger air transportation network: a weighted complex network approach, Xu, Zengwang and Robert Harriss. 2008. GeoJournal, 73:87-102.