This section lists our peer-reviewed journal papers, and also includes those from AMF, CFARR, and MSTRF before the merger that created AMOF.

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  • Data originating from AMOF has been used but we have not been formally cited.

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Achtert P, O’Connor E, Brooks I. M, et al.: Properties of Arctic liquid and mixed-phase clouds from shipborne Cloudnet observations during ACSE 2014.

Aryee J. N. A., Amekudzi L. K., Preko K., et al.: Estimation of planetary boundary layer height from radiosonde profiles over West Africa

Ashworth K., Bucci S., Gallimore P. J., et al.: Megacity and local contributions to regional air pollution: an aircraft case study over London

Baccarini A., Karlsson L., Dommen J., et al.: Frequent new particle formation over the high Arctic pack ice by enhanced iodine emissions

Bai Lu, Xu Qian, Wu Shangbin, et al.: A Novel Atmosphere-Informed Data-Driven Predictive Channel Modeling for B5G/6G Satellite-Terrestrial Wireless Communication Systems at Q-Band

Bantges R. J., Brindley H. E., Murray J. E., et al.: A test of the ability of current bulk optical models to represent the radiative properties of cirrus cloud across the mid- and far-infrared

Barrett P. A., Blyth A., Brown P. R. A., et al.: The structure of turbulence and mixed-phase cloud microphysics in a highly supercooled altocumulus cloud

Bloss William J., Kramer Louisa, Crilley Leigh R., et al.: Insights into air pollution chemistry and sulphate formation from nitrous acid (HONO) measurements during haze events in Beijing

Bryant Daniel J., Dixon William J., Hopkins James R., et al.: Strong anthropogenic control of secondary organic aerosol formation from isoprene in Beijing

Cimini D., Haeffelin M., Kotthaus S., et al.: Towards the profiling of the atmospheric boundary layer at European scale—introducing the COST Action PROBE

Dai Qiang, Zhu Jingxuan, Zhang Shuliang, et al.: Estimation of rainfall erosivity based on WRF-derived raindrop size distributions

Ekerete K’ufre-Mfon, Awoseyila Adegbenga, and Evans Barry: Robust Adaptive Margin for ACM in Satellite Links at EHF Bands

Fan S., Davies Wykes M. S., Lin W. E., et al.: A full-scale field study for evaluation of simple analytical models of cross ventilation and single-sided ventilation

Fielding M. D., Schäfer S. A. K., Hogan R. J., et al.: Parametrizing cloud geometry and its application in a subgrid cloud‐edge erosion scheme

Gao Boya, Wotton Karl R., Hawkes Will L. S., et al.: Adaptive strategies of high-flying migratory hoverflies in response to wind currents

Gong X, Wex H, Voigtlander J, et al.:  Characterization of aerosol particles at Cabo Verde close to sea level and at the cloud level – Part 1: Particle number size distribution, cloud condensation nuclei and their origins.

Hancock P. E, Hayden P: Wind Tunnel Simulation of Stable Atmospheric Boundary Layers with an Overlying Inversion. 

Hertwig Denise, Grimmond Sue, Kotthaus Simone, et al.: Variability of physical meteorology in urban areas at different scales: implications for air quality

Hirst Bill, Randell David, Jones Matthew, et al.: Methane Emissions: Remote Mapping and Source Quantification Using an Open‐Path Laser Dispersion Spectrometer

Hu Dawei, Wang Yu, Yu Chenjie, et al.: Vertical profile of particle hygroscopicity and CCN effectiveness during winter in Beijing: insight into the hygroscopicity transition threshold of black carbon

Jeffrey Nii A. A., Amekudzi L. K., and Yamba E. I.: Low-Level Cloud Development and Diurnal Cycle in southern West Africa during the DACCIWA Field Campaign: Case Study of Kumasi Supersite, Ghana

Kniffka A., Knippertz P., Fink A. H., et al.: An evaluation of operational and research weather forecasts for southern West Africa using observations from the DACCIWA field campaign in June–July 2016

Lewis A. C., Hopkins Jim R., Carslaw David C., et al.: An increasing role for solvent emissions and implications for future measurements of volatile organic compounds

Lin Dongqi, Pickering Ben, and Neely III Ryan R.: Relating the Radar Bright Band and Its Strength to Surface Rainfall Rate Using an Automated Approach

Lee J. D., Drysdale W. S., Finch D. P., et al.: UK surface NO2 levels dropped by 42 % during the COVID-19 lockdown: impact on surface O3

Lloyd G., Choularton T., Bower K., et al: Small ice particles at slightly supercooled temperatures in tropical maritime convection

Marucci D., and Carpentieri Matteo: Dispersion in an array of buildings in stable and convective atmospheric conditions

Marucci D and Carpentieri M: Stable and convective boundary-layer flows in an urban array

Morgan W. T., Allan J. D., Bauguitte S., et al.: Transformation and ageing of biomass burning carbonaceous aerosol over tropical South America from aircraft in situ measurements during SAMBBA

Morrison D., Crawford I., Marsden N., et al.: Quantifying bioaerosol concentrations in dust clouds through online UV-LIF and mass spectrometry measurements at the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory

Nisbet E. G,  Fisher R. E, Lowry D, et al.:  Methane mitigation: methods to reduce emissions, on the path to the Paris Agreement.

Osei M. A., Amekudzi L. K., Ferguson C. R., et al.: Inter-Comparison of AIRS Temperature and Relative Humidity Profiles with AMMA and DACCIWA Radiosonde Observations over West Africa

Palacios-Peña L., Montávez J. P., López-Romero J. M., et al.: Added Value of Aerosol-Cloud Interactions for Representing Aerosol Optical Depth in an Online Coupled Climate-Chemistry Model over Europe

Ramonet M., Ciais P., Apadula F., et al.: The fingerprint of the summer 2018 drought in Europe on ground-based atmospheric CO2 measurements

Reeves C. E, Mills G.  P, Whalley L. K, et al.: Observations of speciated isoprene nitrates in Beijing: implications for isoprene chemistry.

Reeves C. E, Mills G. P, Whalley L. K, et al.: Supplementary material to Observations of speciated isoprene nitrates in Beijing: implications for isoprene chemistry.

Satyavani M., Brahmanandam P. S., Rao P. S. V. Subba, et al.: Lower Atmospheric Wind Dynamics as Measured by the 1290 MHz Wind Profiler Radar Located at Cardington (Lat. 52.10ºN, Long. 0.42ºE), UK and Their Comparisons with Near-by Radiosonde Instrument

Shah Adil, Pitt Joseph R., Ricketts Hugo, et al.: Testing the near-field Gaussian plume inversion flux quantification technique using unmanned aerial vehicle sampling

Shah A; Ricketts H. M. A, Pitt J. R, et al.: Unmanned aerial vehicle observations of cold venting from exploratory hydraulic fracturing in the United Kingdom.

Shaw J. T., Allen Grant, Pitt Joseph, et al.: Methane flux from flowback operations at a shale gas site

Song Hokyung, Crawford Ian, Lloyd Jonathan R., et al: Airborne Bacterial and Eukaryotic Community Structure across the United Kingdom Revealed by High-Throughput Sequencing

Speak T H, Blitz M A, Stone D, et al.: A new instrument for time-resolved measurement of HO2 radicals.

Squires F. A., Nemitz E., Langford B., et al: Measurements of traffic-dominated pollutant emissions in a Chinese megacity

Slater E. J., Whalley L. K., Woodward-Massey R., et al.: Elevated levels of OH observed in haze events during wintertime in central Beijing

Stein Thorwald H. M., Scovell Robert W., Hanley Kirsty E., et al: The potential use of operational radar network data to evaluate the representation of convective storms in NWP models

Stewart Gareth J., Nelson Beth S., Drysdale Will S., et al.: Sources of non-methane hydrocarbons in surface air in Delhi, India

Taylor J. W., Wu H., Szpek K., et al.: Absorption closure in highly aged biomass burning smoke

Tjernström M., Svensson G., Magnusson L., et al.: Central Arctic weather forecasting: Confronting the ECMWF IFS with observations from the Arctic Ocean 2018 expedition

van der Linden R., Knippertz P., Fink A. H., et al.: The influence of DACCIWA radiosonde data on the quality of ECMWF analyses and forecasts over southern West Africa

van Pinxteren Manuela, Fomba Khanneh Wadinga, Triesch Nadja, et al.: Marine organic matter in the remote environment of the Cape Verde islands – an introduction and overview to the MarParCloud campaign

Ventouras Spiros, and Arapoglou Pantelis-Daniel: Assessment of Practical Smart Gateway Diversity Based on Multi-Site Measurements in Q/V band

Woodward-Massey Robert, Slater Eloise J., Alen Jake, et al.: Implementation of a chemical background method for atmospheric OH measurements by laser-induced fluorescence: characterisation and observations from the UK and China

Wu H., Taylor J. W., Szpek K., et al: Vertical variability of the properties of highly aged biomass burning aerosol transported over the southeast Atlantic during CLARIFY-2017

Yang Mingxi, Buxmann Joelle C. E., Delbarre Hervé, et al.: Temporal and spatial trends in aerosols near the English Channel – An air quality success story?

Yu Chenjie, Pasternak Dominika , Lee James, et al.: Characterizing the Particle Composition and Cloud Condensation Nuclei from Shipping Emission in Western Europe

Zinke J, Salter M, Leck C, et al.: A miniaturised balloon-borne cloud water sampler and its deployment in the high Arctic.


Antonescu B., Ricketts H. M, and Schultz D. M: 100 Years Later: Reflecting on Alfred Wegener’s Contributions to Tornado Research in Europe.

Ashworth K, Bucci S, Gallimore P. J, et al.: Megacity and local contributions to regional air pollution: An aircraft case study over London.

Bai L., Wang C., Xu Q., Ventouras S., et al.: Prediction of channel excess attenuation for satellite communication systems at Q-Band using artificial neural network. 

Bannan T. J, Khan M. A. H, Le Breton M, et al.: A large source of atomic chlorine from ClNO2 photolysis at a U.K. landfill site.

Barthel S, Tegen I, Wolke O.: Do new sea spray aerosol source functions improve the results of a regional aerosol model?

Bessardon G. E. Q, Fosu-Amankwah K, Petersson A, et al.: Evaluation of Windsond S1H2 performance in Kumasi during the 2016 DACCIWA field campaign. 

Brooks J, Liu D, Allan J. D, et al.: Black carbon physical and optical properties across northern India during pre-monsoon and monsoon seasons.

Brooks J, Allan,J. D, Williams P. I, et al.:  Vertical and horizontal distribution of submicron aerosol chemical composition and physical characteristics across northern India during pre-monsoon and monsoon seasons. 

Bryant D. J, Dixon W, Hopkins J. R et al: Strong anthropogenic control of secondary organic aerosol formation from isoprene in Beijing. 

Bryant D. J, Dixon W. J, Hopkins J. R, et al.: Supplementary material to Strong anthropogenic control of secondary organic aerosol formation from isoprene in Beijing.

Carslaw D. C,  Farren N. J, Vaughan A. R, et al.: The diminishing importance of nitrogen dioxide emissions from road vehicle exhaust.

Darbyshire E, Morgan W. T, Allan J. D, et al.: The vertical distribution of biomass burning pollution over tropical South America from aircraft in situ measurements during SAMBBA. 

Davies N. W, Fox C, Szpek K, et al.: Evaluating biases in filter-based aerosol absorption measurements using photoacoustic spectroscopy.

Feist M. M., Westbrook C. D., Clark P. A., et al.: Statistics of convective cloud turbulence from a comprehensive turbulence retrieval method for radar observations

Forde E., Gallagher M. Foot V., et al.; Characterisation and source identification of biofluorescent aerosol emissions over winter and summer periods in the United Kingdom.  

Gong X, Wex H, Voigtländer J, et al.: Characterization of aerosol particles at Cape Verde close to sea and cloud level heights – Part 1: particle number size distribution, cloud condensation nuclei and their origins.

Gong X, Wex H, van Pinxteren M,  et al.: Characterization of aerosol particles at Cape Verde close to sea and cloud level heights – Part 2: ice nucleating particles in air, cloud and seawater. 

Gough H, Barlow J, Halios C, et al.: Comparison of Silsoe Refresh Cube Campaign (RCC) Full-scale, Wind tunnel and CFD methodologies. 

Gough H, King M-F, Nathan P, et al.: Influence of neighbouring structures on building façade pressures: Comparison between full-scale, wind-tunnel, CFD and practitioner guidelines.

Hertwig D., Gough, H.L., Grimmond S. et al.: Wake Characteristics of Tall Buildings in a Realistic Urban Canopy.

Hollaway M, Wild O, Yang T, et al.: Photochemical impacts of haze pollution in an urban environment

Hunter N., Rendell R. J., Higlett M. P. et al.: Relationship between erythema effective UV radiant exposure, total ozone, cloud cover and aerosols in southern England, UK. 

Lin D, Pickering B, and Neely R. R,: Relating the Radar Bright Band and Its Strength to Surface Rainfall Rate Using an Automated Approach.

Lloyd G, Choularton T, Bower K, et al: Small Ice Particles at Slightly Supercooled Temperatures in Tropical Maritime Convection.

Marsden N. A, Ullrich R, Möhler O, et al.: Mineralogy and mixing state of north African mineral dust by online single-particle mass spectrometry.  

Marucci D, Carpentieri M:  Dispersion in an array of buildings in stable and convective atmospheric conditions

Marucci D, Carpentieri M: Effect of local and upwind stratification on flow and dispersion inside and above a bi-dimensional street canyon.

Merlier L, Jacob j, Sagaut P: Lattice-Boltzmann large-eddy simulation of pollutant dispersion in complex urban environment with dense gas effect: Model evaluation and flow analysis.

Moon D. R, Ingham T, Whalley L. K: Production of HO2 and OH radicals from near-UV irradiated airborne TiO2 nanoparticles.

Muñoz, C., D. Schultz, and G. Vaughan: A Midlatitude Climatology and Interannual Variability of 200- and 500-hPa Cut-Off Lows.

Naakka T, Nygård T, Tjernström M, et al.:  The impact of radiosounding observations on numerical weather prediction analyses in the Arctic.

Papafragkakis A. Z., Ventouras S., Kourogiorgas Ch.I, et al.: ALPHASAT site diversity experiments in Greece and the UK at Ka band: Comparison of 2-years’ results

Pickering B. S., Neely R. R., and Harrison D.; The Disdrometer Verification Network (DiVeN): a UK network of laser precipitation instruments.

Pitt J, Allen G, Bauguitte S. J.-B. et al.: Assessing London CO2, CH4, and CO emissions using aircraft measurements and dispersion modelling.

Pinxteren M, Fomba K. W, Pinxteren D, et al.: Aliphatic amines at the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory: Abundance, origins and sea-air fluxes.

Purvis R. M, Lewis A, C, Hopkins J. R, et al.: Effects of `pre-fracking’ operations on ambient air quality at a shale gas exploration site in rural North Yorkshire, 

Reddington C L, Morgan W T, Darbyshire E, et al.: Biomass burning aerosol over the Amazon: analysis of aircraft, surface and satellite observations using a global aerosol model.

Renfrew I.A., Pickart R. S, Våge K, et al.:  The Iceland Greenland Seas Project. 

Riddick S. N, Mauzerall D. L, Celia M, et al.:  Methane emissions from oil and gas platforms in the North Sea, 

Robinson T-B, Stolle C, Wurl  O: Depth is Relative: The Importance of Depth on TEP in the Near Surface Environment.  

Sanchez-Marroquin A, Hedges D. H. P, Hiscock M, et al.: Characterisation of the filter inlet system on the {BAE}-146 research aircraft and its use for size resolved aerosol composition measurements. 

Santos J. M, Reis N. C, Castro I. P, et al.: Using Large-Eddy Simulation and Wind-Tunnel Data to Investigate Peak-to-Mean Concentration Ratios in an Urban Environment. 

Shah A, Pitt J, Ricketts H. M. A, et al.:  Testing the near-field Gaussian plume inversion flux quantification technique using unmanned aerial vehicle sampling.

Shah A, Allen G, Pitt J. R, et al.: A Near-Field Gaussian Plume Inversion Flux Quantification Method, Applied to Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Sampling.

Shi Z, Vu T, Kotthaus S, et al.: Introduction to the special issue “In-depth study of air pollution sources and processes within Beijing and its surrounding region (APHH-Beijing)”

Smith K. R, Edwards P, Ivatt P. D, et al.: An improved low-power measurement of ambient NO2 and O3 combining electrochemical sensor clusters and machine learning. 

Stillwell R. A, Neely R. R, Thayer J. P, et al.: Radiative Influence of Horizontally Oriented Ice Crystals over Summit, Greenland.

Taylor J. W, Haslett S. L, Bower K, et al.: Aerosol influences on low-level clouds in the West African monsoon.

Theeuwes N.E., Barlow J.F., Teuling A.J., et al.: Persistent cloud cover over mega-cities linked to surface heat release.

Tjernström M, Shupe M. D, Brooks I. M, et al.:  Arctic Summer Airmass Transformation, Surface Inversions, and the Surface Energy Budget. 

Vichi F, Imperiali A, Frattoni M. et al.: Air pollution survey across the western Mediterranean Sea: overview on oxygenated volatile hydrocarbons (OVOCs) and other gaseous pollutants.

White E. Rigby M, Lunt M. F, et al.: Quantifying the UK}s carbon dioxide flux: an atmospheric inverse modelling approach using a regional measurement network.

Zambri B, Solomon S, Kinnison D. E, et al.: Modeled and observed volcanic aerosol control on stratospheric NOy and Cly. 


Baker L, Shaffrey L, Scaife A: Improved seasonal prediction of UK regional precipitation using atmospheric circulation.

Bourgeois E, Bouniol D, Couvreux F, et al.: Characteristics of mid‐level clouds over West Africa.

Carpentieri M, Robins A. G, Hayden P, et al.:  Mean and turbulent mass flux measurements in an idealised street network.

Cassou C, Kushnir Y, Hawkins E, et al.: Decadal Climate Variability and Predictability: Challenges and Opportunities.

Ceppi P, Zappa G, Shepherd T, et al.: Fast and Slow Components of the Extratropical Atmospheric Circulation Response to CO2 Forcing.

Chevuturi A, Klingaman N, Turner A, et al.: Projected Changes in the Asian‐Australian Monsoon Region in 1.5°C and 2.0°C Global‐Warming Scenarios.

Dalsøren S, Myhre G, Hodnebrog Ø, et al.: Discrepancy between simulated and observed ethane and propane levels explained by underestimated fossil emissions.

Douglas K, Blitz M, Feng W, et al.: Low temperature studies of the removal reactions of 1CH2 with particular relevance to the atmosphere of Titan.

Flamant C, Knippertz P, Fink A, et al.: The Dynamics–Aerosol–Chemistry–Cloud Interactions in West Africa Field Campaign: Overview and Research Highlights.

Fleming Z, Doherty R, Von Schneidemesser E, et al.: Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report: Present-day ozone distribution and trends relevant to human health.

Fuka V, Xie ZT, Castro IP, et al.: Scalar Fluxes Near a Tall Building in an Aligned Array of Rectangular Buildings.

George G, Sarangi C, Tripathi S, et al.: Vertical Structure and Radiative Forcing of Monsoon Clouds Over Kanpur During the 2016 INCOMPASS Field Campaign.

Griffin D, Walker K, Wohltmann I, et al.: Stratospheric ozone loss in the Arctic winters between 2005 and 2013 derived with ACE-FTS measurements.

Guo L, Klingaman N, Demory M, et al.: The contributions of local and remote atmospheric moisture fluxes to East Asian precipitation and its variability.

Hancock PE, Hayden P. Wind-Tunnel Simulation of Weakly and Moderately Stable Atmospheric Boundary Layers.

Haslett S, Thomas J, Morgan W, et al.: Highly controlled, reproducible measurements of aerosol emissions from combustion of a common African biofuel source.

Hirons L, Klingaman N, Woolnough S.: The Impact of Air‐Sea Interactions on the Representation of Tropical Precipitation Extremes.

Huang Q, Marsham J, Tian W, et al.: Large-eddy simulation of dust-uplift by a haboob density current.

Hunt K, Turner A, Shaffrey L.: The evolution, seasonality and impacts of western disturbances On Western Disturbances.

Illingworth A, Battaglia A, Bradford J, et al.: WIVERN: A New Satellite Concept to Provide Global In-Cloud Winds, Precipitation, and Cloud Properties.

Lee R, Woollings T, Hoskins B, et al.: Impact of Gulf Stream SST biases on the global atmospheric circulation.

Lewis T, Heard DE, Blitz MA.: A novel multiplex absorption spectrometer for time-resolved studies.

Marsden N, Flynn M, Allan J, et al.:  Online differentiation of mineral phase in aerosol particles by ion formation mechanism using a LAAP-TOF single-particle mass spectrometer.

Martínez-Alvarado O, Gray S, Hart N, et al.: Increased wind risk from sting-jet windstorms with climate change.

Moon D, Taverna G, Anduix-Canto C, et al.: Heterogeneous reaction of HO 2 with airborne TiO 2 particles and its implication for climate change mitigation strategies.

Neely III R, Bennett L, Blyth A, et al.: The NCAS mobile dual-polarisation Doppler X-band weather radar (NXPol).

Palmer T, Weisheimer A.: A Simple Pedagogical Model Linking Initial-Value Reliability with Trustworthiness in the Forced Climate Response.

Plummer D, French J, Leon D, et al.: Radar-Derived Structural and Precipitation Characteristics of Z DR Columns within Warm-Season Convection over the United Kingdom.

Price H, Baustian K, McQuaid J, et al.: Atmospheric Ice-Nucleating Particles in the Dusty Tropical Atlantic. J

Roberts A, Woodage M, Marsham J, et al.: Can explicit convection improve modelled dust in summertime West Africa?.

Rudraswami N, Fernandes D, Naik A, et al.: Selective Disparity of Ordinary Chondritic Precursors in Micrometeorite Flux.

Samset B, Sand M, Smith C, et al.: Climate Impacts From a Removal of Anthropogenic Aerosol Emissions Climate Impacts From a Removal of Anthropogenic Aerosol Emissions.

Schaefler A., Craig G., Wernli H., et al.; The North Atlantic Waveguide and Downstream Impact Experiment.

Singh V, Ravindra K, Sahu L,et al.: Trends of atmospheric black carbon concentration over the United Kingdom.

Storkey D, Blaker A, Mathiot P, et al.:  UK Global Ocean GO6 and GO7: a traceable hierarchy of model resolutions.

Sutton R, McCarthy G, Robson J, et al.: Atlantic Multidecadal Variability and the U.K. ACSIS Program.

Vaughan G., Draude A. P., Ricketts H. M A. R., et al.; Transport of Canadian forest fire smoke over the UK as observed by lidar.

Volonté A, Clark P, Gray S.:The role of mesoscale instabilities in the sting-jet dynamics of windstorm Tini

Watanabe S, Hamilton K, Osprey S, et al.: First Successful Hindcasts of the 2016 Disruption of the Stratospheric Quasi‐biennial Oscillation.

Williams K, Copsey D, Blockley E, et al.: The Met Office Global Coupled Model 3.0 and 3.1 (GC3.0 and GC3.1) Configurations.

Zhang J, Tian W, Xie F, et al.: Stratospheric ozone loss over the Eurasian continent induced by the polar vortex shift.



Abdel Salam A. M, Abuhegazy M. R, El-Askary W. W, et al.: The Impact of Different Inflow Conditions on the Wake of Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine

Assaf E, Sheps L, Whalley L, et al.: The Reaction between CH3O2 and OH Radicals: Product Yields and Atmospheric Implications

Bannan T. J, Bacak A, Le Breton M, Flynn, M, et al.: An investigation of the role of Cl atom oxidation at Weybourne Atmospheric Observatory.

Bannan T. J, Murray Booth, A, Le Breton M, et al.: Seasonality of Formic Acid (HCOOH) in London during the ClearfLo Campaign.

Brooks I. M, Tjernström M, Persson O. G, et al.: The Turbulent Structure of the Arctic Summer Boundary Layer During The Arctic Summer Cloud-Ocean Study.

Brooks S. M, Spencer T, Christie E. K: Storm impacts and shoreline recovery: Mechanisms and controls in the southern North Sea

Castro, I.P, Xie, Z, Fuka, V. et al.: Measurements and Computations of Flow in an Urban Street System.

Costa A, Meyer J, Afchine A, et al.: Classification of Arctic, Mid-Latitude and Tropical Clouds in the Mixed-Phase Temperature Regime.

Desmond C. J, Watson S. J, Hancock P. J: Modelling the wind energy resource in complex terrain and atmospheres. Numerical simulation and wind tunnel investigation of non-neutral forest canopy flow

El-Askary W. A, SakrAli I. M, Abdel Salam M, et al.: Modelling of wind turbine wakes under thermally-stratified atmospheric boundary layer

Fuchs H, Novelli A, Rolletter M, et al.: Comparison of OH reactivity measurements in the atmospheric simulation chamber SAPHIR.

Fuka V, Xie Z-T, Castro I. P, et al.: Scalar Fluxes Near a Tall Building in an Aligned Array of Rectangular Buildings.

Goerke M, Ulanowski Z, Ritter G, et al.: Characterizing ice particles using two-dimensional reflections of a lidar beam.

Hansen R. F, Lewis T. R, Graham L: OH production from the photolysis of isoprene-derived peroxy radicals: cross-sections, quantum yields and atmospheric implications.

Harris N. R. P, Carpenter L. J, Lee J. D, et al.: Coordinated Airborne Studies in the Tropics (CAST).

Haslett S. L, Thomas J. C, Morgan W. T, et al.: Highly-controlled, reproducible measurements of aerosol emissions from African biomass combustion.

Kalthoff N, Fabienne L, Brooks B, et al.: An overview of the diurnal cycle of the atmospheric boundary layer during the West African monsoon season: Results from the 2016 observational campaign.

Liu D, Whitehead J, Alfarra M. R, et al.: Black-carbon absorption enhancement in the atmosphere determined by particle mixing state.

Moon D. R, Taverna G. S, Anduix-Canto C: Heterogeneous reaction of HO2 with airborne TiO2 particles and its implication for climate change mitigation strategies.

Newton R, Vaughan G, Hintsa E, et al.: Observations of ozone-poor air in the Tropical Tropopause Layer.

Nichman L, Järvinen E, Dorsey J, et al.: Intercomparison study and optical asphericity measurements of small ice particles in the CERN CLOUD experiment,

Oram D. E; Ashfold M. J, Laube J. C, et al.: A growing threat to the ozone layer from short-lived anthropogenic chlorocarbons.

Reed C, Evans M. J, Crilley L. R, et al.: Evidence for renoxification in the tropical marine boundary layer.

Read K. A, Neves L. M, Carpenter L. J, et al.: Four years (2011–2015) of total gaseous mercury measurements from the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory.

Santos F. C, Longo K. M, Guenther A. B, et al.: Biomass burning emissions disturbances on the isoprene oxidation in a tropical forest

Sherwen T, Evans M. J, Sommariva J. R, et al.: Effects of halogens on European air-quality

Smith K, Edwards P. M, Evans M. J. J, et al.: Clustering approaches that improve the reproducibility of low-cost air pollution sensors.

Stillwell R. A, Pilewskie P, Thayer J. P, et al.: Monte Carlo method for the analysis of laser safety for a high-powered lidar system under different atmospheric conditions.

Stone K. A, Solomon S, Kinnison D. E, et al.: Observing the Impact of Calbuco Volcanic Aerosols on South Polar Ozone Depletion in 2015.

Stone D, Tomás S, Evans M. J, et al.: Impacts of bromine and iodine chemistry on tropospheric OH and HO₂: Comparing observations with box and global model perspectives.

Travnikov O, Angot H, Artaxo P, et al.: Multi-model study of mercury dispersion in the atmosphere: atmospheric processes and model evaluation

Vaughan G., Antonescu B., Schultz D. M., et al. ;Invigoration and capping of a convective rainband ahead of a potential vorticity anomaly.

Vaughan A. R, Lee J. D, Shaw M. D, et al.: VOC emission rates over London and South East England obtained by airborne eddy covariance.

Wenzel M. N. Owens P. K, Bray J. T. W, et al.: Redox Couple Involving NOx in Aerobic Pd-Catalyzed Oxidation of sp3-C–H Bonds: Direct Evidence for Pd–NO3–/NO2– Interactions Involved in Oxidation and Reductive Elimination.

Whalley L. K, Stone D, Dunmore R, et al.: Understanding in situ ozone production in the summertime through radical observations and modelling studies during the Clean air for London project (ClearfLo).

Ye C, Heard D. E, Whalley L. K: Evaluation of Novel Routes for NOx Formation in Remote Regions


Alfonso S-L, Plane J. M. C, Cuevas C. A, et al.: Nighttime atmospheric chemistry of iodine.

Anderson D. C, Nicely J. M, Salawitch R. J, et al.: A pervasive role for biomass burning in tropical high ozone/low water structures.

Anderson R. F, Cheng H, Edwards R. L, et al.: How well can we quantify dust deposition to the ocean?

Andrews S. J, Carpenter L. J, Apel E. C, et al.: A comparison of very short-lived halocarbon (VSLS) and DMS aircraft measurements in the Tropical West Pacific from CAST, ATTREX and CONTRAST.

Bohn B, Heard D E, Mihalopoulos N, et al.: Characterisation and improvement of j(O1D) filter radiometers.

Busilacchio M, Di Carlo P, Aruffo E, et al.: Production of peroxy nitrates in boreal biomass burning plumes over Canada during the BORTAS campaign.

Castro I. P, Zheng-Tong X, Fuka V, et al.: Measurements and Computations of Flow in an Urban Street System.

Crilley L. R, Kramer L, Pope F. D, et al.: On the interpretation of in situ HONO observations via photochemical steady state.

Dearden C, Vaughan G, Tsai T, et al.: Exploring the Diabatic Role of Ice Microphysical Processes in Two North Atlantic Summer Cyclones.

Denjean, C., Formenti P, Desboeufs K, et al.: Size distribution and optical properties of African mineral dust after intercontinental transport

Dunmore R, Hopkins J, Lidster R, et al.: Development of a Combined Heart-Cut and Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography System to Extend the Carbon Range of Volatile Organic Compounds Analysis in a Single Instrument.

Dunmore R. E, Whalley L. K, Sherwen T, et al.: Atmospheric ethanol in London and the potential impacts of future fuel formulations.

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