2017

  1. Panagiotis Kokkalis, Vassilis Amiridis, James D Allan, Alexandros Papayannis, Stavros Solomos, Ioannis Binietoglou, Aikaterini Bougiatioti, Alexandra Tsekeri, Athanasios Nenes, Philip D Rosenberg, Franco Marenco, Eleni Marinou, Jeni Vasilescu, Doina Nicolae, Hugh Coe, Asan Bacak and Anatoli Chaikovsky. Validation of LIRIC aerosol concentration retrievals using airborne measurements during a biomass burning episode over Athens. Atmospheric Research 183:255 - 267, 2017. URL, DOI

2016

  1. S J Andrews, L J Carpenter, E C Apel, E Atlas, V Donets, J F Hopkins, R S Hornbrook, A C Lewis, R T Lidster, R Lueb, J Minaeian, M Navarro, S Punjabi, D Riemer and S Schauffler. A comparison of very short-lived halocarbon (VSLS) and DMS aircraft measurements in the Tropical West Pacific from CAST, ATTREX and CONTRAST. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions 2016:1–23, 2016. URL, DOI

  2. D Balis, M -E Koukouli, N Siomos, S Dimopoulos, L Mona, G Pappalardo, F Marenco, L Clarisse, L J Ventress, E Carboni, R G Grainger, P Wang, G Tilstra, R A, N Theys and C Zehner. Validation of ash optical depth and layer height retrieved from passive satellite sensors using EARLINET and airborne lidar data: the case of the Eyjafjallajökull eruption. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16(9):5705–5720, 2016. URL, DOI

  3. E Bossioli, M Tombrou, J Kalogiros, J Allan, A Bacak, S Bezantakos, G Biskos, H Coe, B T Jones, G Kouvarakis, N Mihalopoulos and C J Percival. Atmospheric composition in the Eastern Mediterranean: Influence of biomass burning during summertime using the WRF-Chem model. Atmospheric Environment 132:317–331, 2016. URL, DOI

  4. C Dearden, G Vaughan, T Tsai and JP Chen. Exploring the diabatic role of ice microphysical processes in two North Atlantic summer cyclones. Monthly Weather Review 144(2016):1249–1272, 2016. DOI

  5. A D Elvidge, I A Renfrew, A I Weiss, I M Brooks, T A Lachlan-Cope and J C King. Observations of surface momentum exchange over the marginal ice zone and recommendations for its parametrisation. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16(3):1545–1563, 2016. URL, DOI

  6. A R Esteve, E J Highwood and C L Ryder. A case study of the radiative effect of aerosols over Europe: EUCAARI-LONGREX. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 2016:1–23, 2016. URL, DOI

  7. J L France, M Cain, R E Fisher, D Lowry, G Allen, S J O'Shea, S Illingworth, J Pyle, N Warwick, B T Jones, M W Gallagher, K Bower, M Le Breton, C Percival, J Muller, A Welpott, S Bauguitte, C George, G D Hayman, A J Manning, Lund C Myhre, M Lanoisellé and E G Nisbet. Measurements of δ13C in CH4 and using particle dispersion modeling to characterize sources of Arctic methane within an air mass. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, pages n/a–n/a, 2016. URL, DOI

  8. N R P Harris, L J Carpenter, J D Lee, G Vaughan, M T Filus, R L Jones, B OuYang, J A Pyle, A D Robinson, S J Andrews, A C Lewis, J Minaeian, A Vaughan, J R Dorsey, M W Gallagher, Le M Breton, R Newton, C J Percival, H M A Ricketts, S J-B Baugitte, G J Nott, A Wellpott, M J Ashfold, J Flemming, R Butler, P I Palmer, P H Kaye, C Stopford, C Chemel, H Boesch, N Humpage, A Vick, A R MacKenzie, R Hyde, P Angelov, E Meneguz and A J Manning. Co-ordinated Airborne Studies in the Tropics (CAST). Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 0(0):null, 2016. URL, DOI

  9. Oscar Martínez-Alvarado, Suzanne L Gray and John Methven. Diabatic processes and the evolution of two contrasting summer extratropical cyclones. Monthly Weather Review 144:3251–3276, 2016. URL, DOI

  10. Andrew K Mirza, Susan P Ballard, Sarah L Dance, Paul Maisey, Gabriel G Rooney and Edmund K Stone. Comparison of aircraft-derived observations with in situ research aircraft measurements. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 142(701):2949–2967, 2016. URL, DOI

  11. Lund C Myhre, B Ferré, S M Platt, A Silyakova, O Hermansen, G Allen, I Pisso, N Schmidbauer, A Stohl, J Pitt, P Jansson, J Greinert, C Percival, A M Fjaeraa, S J O'Shea, M Gallagher, M Le Breton, K N Bower, S J B Bauguitte, S Dalsøren, S Vadakkepuliyambatta, R E Fisher, E G Nisbet, D Lowry, G Myhre, J A Pyle, M Cain and J Mienert. Extensive release of methane from Arctic seabed west of Svalbard during summer 2014 does not influence the atmosphere. Geophysical Research Letters 43(9):4624–4631, 2016. URL, DOI

  12. I Pisso, Lund C Myhre, S M Platt, S Eckhardt, O Hermansen, N Schmidbauer, J Mienert, S Vadakkepuliyambatta, S Bauguitte, J Pitt, G Allen, K N Bower, S O'Shea, M W Gallagher, C J Percival, J Pyle, M Cain and A Stohl. Constraints on oceanic methane emissions west of Svalbard from atmospheric in situ measurements and Lagrangian transport modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, pages n/a–n/a, 2016. URL, DOI

  13. J R Pitt, M Le Breton, G Allen, C J Percival, M W Gallagher, S J -B Bauguitte, S J O'Shea, J B A Muller, M S Zahniser, J Pyle and P I Palmer. The development and evaluation of airborne in situ N$_2$O and CH$_4$ sampling using a quantum cascade laser absorption \hack\newlinespectrometer (QCLAS). Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 9(1):63–77, 2016. URL, DOI

  14. C Prigent, F Aires, D Wang, S Fox and C Harlow. Structure of a shear-line polar low. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, pages n/a–n/a, 2016. URL, DOI

  15. D E Sergeev, I A Renfrew, T Spengler and S R Dorling. Structure of a shear-line polar low. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, pages n/a–n/a, 2016. URL, DOI

  16. T Sherwen, M J Evans, L J Carpenter, S J Andrews, R T Lidster, B Dix, T K Koenig, R Sinreich, I Ortega, R Volkamer, A Saiz-Lopez, C Prados-Roman, A S Mahajan and C Ordóñez. Iodine's impact on tropospheric oxidants: a~global model study\hack\break in GEOS-Chem. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16(2):1161–1186, 2016. URL, DOI

  17. J W Taylor, T W Choularton, A M Blyth, M J Flynn, P I Williams, G Young, K N Bower, J Crosier, M W Gallagher, J R Dorsey, Z Liu and P D Rosenberg. Aerosol measurements during COPE: composition, size and sources of CCN and INPs at the interface between marine and terrestrial influences. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16(18):11687–11709, 2016. URL, DOI

  18. J W Taylor, T W Choularton, A M Blyth, Z Liu, K N Bower, J Crosier, M W Gallagher, P I Williams, J R Dorsey, M J Flynn, L J Bennett, Y Huang, J French, A Korolev and P R A Brown. Observations of cloud microphysics and ice formation during COPE. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16(2):799–826, 2016. URL, DOI

  19. N J Warwick, M L Cain, R Fisher, J L France, D Lowry, S E Michel, E G Nisbet, B H Vaughn, J W C White and J A Pyle. Using $\delta^13$C-CH$_4$ and $\delta $D-CH$_4$ to constrain Arctic methane emissions. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16(23):14891–14908, 2016. URL, DOI

  20. G Young, H M Jones, T W Choularton, J Crosier, K N Bower, M W Gallagher, R S Davies, I A Renfrew, A D Elvidge, E Darbyshire, F Marenco, P R A Brown, P J Connolly, G Lloyd, P I Williams, J D Allan, J W Taylor, D Liu and M J Flynn. Observed microphysical changes in Arctic mixed-phase clouds when transitioning from sea ice to open ocean. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 2016:1–33, 2016. URL, DOI

  21. G Young, H M Jones, E Darbyshire, K J Baustian, J B McQuaid, K N Bower, P J Connolly, M W Gallagher and T W Choularton. Size-segregated compositional analysis of aerosol particles collected in the European Arctic during the ACCACIA campaign. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16(6):4063–4079, 2016. URL, DOI

  22. Paquita Zuidema, Jens Redemann, James Haywood, Robert Wood, Stuart Piketh, Martin Hipondoka and Paola Formenti. Smoke and Clouds above the Southeast Atlantic: Upcoming Field Campaigns Probe Absorbing Aerosol’s Impact on Climate. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 97(7):1131–1135, 2016. URL, DOI

2015

  1. Edgar L Andreas, Larry Mahrt and Dean Vickers. An improved bulk air–sea surface flux algorithm, including spray-mediated transfer. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 141(687):642–654, 2015. URL, DOI

  2. S Archer-Nicholls, D Lowe, E Darbyshire, W T Morgan, M M Bela, G Pereira, J Trembath, J W Kaiser, K M Longo, S R Freitas, H Coe and G McFiggans. Characterising Brazilian biomass burning emissions using WRF-Chem with MOSAIC sectional aerosol. Geoscientific Model Development 8(3):549–577, 2015. URL, DOI

  3. E Athanasopoulou, A P Protonotariou, E Bossioli, A Dandou, M Tombrou, J D Allan, H Coe, N Mihalopoulos, J Kalogiros, A Bacak, J Sciare and G Biskos. Aerosol chemistry above an extended Archipelago of the Eastern Mediterranean basin during strong northern winds. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 15(6):9355–9403, 2015. URL, DOI

  4. A J Baran, K Furtado, L -C Labonnote, S Havemann, J -C Thelen and F Marenco. On the relationship between the scattering phase function of cirrus and the atmospheric state. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15(2):1105–1127, 2015. URL, DOI

  5. Alan M Blyth, Lindsay J Bennett and Christopher G Collier. High-resolution observations of precipitation from cumulonimbus clouds. Meteorological Applications 22(1):75–89, 2015. URL, DOI

  6. M Busilacchio, P Di Carlo, E Aruffo, F Biancofiore, C D Salisburgo, F Giammaria, S Bauguitte, J Lee, S Moller, J Hopkins, S Punjabi, S Andrews, A C Lewis, M Parrington, P I Palmer and E Hyer. Production of peroxy nitrates in boreal biomass burning plumes over Canada during the BORTAS campaign. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 15(5):6009–6040, 2015. URL, DOI

  7. Peter A Cook and Ian A Renfrew. Aircraft-based observations of air–sea turbulent fluxes around the British Isles. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 141(686):139–152, 2015. URL, DOI

  8. S Engelstaedter, R Washington, C Flamant, D J Parker, C J T Allen and M C Todd. The Saharan heat low and moisture transport pathways in the central Sahara—Multiaircraft observations and Africa-LAM evaluation. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 120(10):4417–4442, 2015. URL, DOI

  9. K Furtado, P R Field, R Cotton and A J Baran. The sensitivity of simulated high clouds to ice crystal fall speed, shape and size distribution. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 141(690):1546–1559, July 2015. URL, DOI

  10. M D Jolleys, H Coe, G McFiggans, J W Taylor, S J O'Shea, M Le Breton, S J -B Bauguitte, S Moller, P Di Carlo, E Aruffo, P I Palmer, J D Lee, C J Percival and M W Gallagher. Properties and evolution of biomass burning organic aerosol from Canadian boreal forest fires. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15(6):3077–3095, 2015. URL, DOI

  11. J G Levine, A R MacKenzie, O J Squire, A T Archibald, P T Griffiths, N L Abraham, J A Pyle, D E Oram, G Forster, J F Brito, J D Lee, J R Hopkins, A C Lewis, S J B Bauguitte, C F Demarco, P Artaxo, P Messina, J Lathière, D A Hauglustaine, E House, C N Hewitt and E Nemitz. Isoprene chemistry in pristine and polluted Amazon environments: Eulerian and Lagrangian model frameworks and the strong bearing they have on our understanding of surface ozone and predictions of rainforest exposure to this priority pollutant. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 15(17):24251–24310, 2015. URL, DOI

  12. G Lloyd, T W Choularton, K N Bower, J Crosier, H Jones, J R Dorsey, M W Gallagher, P Connolly, A C R Kirchgaessner and T Lachlan-Cope. Observations and comparisons of cloud microphysical properties in spring and summertime Arctic stratocumulus clouds during the ACCACIA campaign. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15(7):3719–3737, 2015. URL, DOI

  13. D Lowe, S Archer-Nicholls, W Morgan, J Allan, S Utembe, B Ouyang, E Aruffo, M Le Breton, R A Zaveri, P Di Carlo, C Percival, H Coe, R Jones and G McFiggans. WRF-Chem model predictions of the regional impacts of N$_2$O$_5$ heterogeneous processes on night-time chemistry over north-western Europe. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15(3):1385–1409, 2015. URL, DOI

  14. W T Morgan, B Ouyang, J D Allan, E Aruffo, P Di Carlo, O J Kennedy, D Lowe, M J Flynn, P D Rosenberg, P I Williams, R Jones, G B McFiggans and H Coe. Influence of aerosol chemical composition on N$_2$O$_5$ uptake: airborne regional measurements in northwestern Europe. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15(2):973–990, 2015. URL, DOI

  15. C L Ryder, J B McQuaid, C Flamant, R Washington, H E Brindley, E J Highwood, J H Marsham, D J Parker, M C Todd, J R Banks, J K Brooke, S Engelstaedter, V Estellés, P Formenti, L Garcia-Carreras, C Kocha, F Marenco, P Rosenberg, H Sodemann, C J T Allen, A Bourdon, M Bart, C Cavazos-Guerra, S Chevaillier, J Crosier, E Darbyshire, A R Dean, J R Dorsey, J Kent, D O'Sullivan, K Schepanski, K Szpek and A Woolley. Advances in understanding mineral dust and boundary layer processes over the Sahara from Fennec aircraft observations. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 15(1):199–290, 2015. URL, DOI

  16. K M Sakamoto, J D Allan, H Coe, J W Taylor, T J Duck and J R Pierce. Aged boreal biomass-burning aerosol size distributions from BORTAS 2011. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15(4):1633–1646, 2015. URL, DOI

  17. H Sodemann, T M Lai, F Marenco, C L Ryder, C Flamant, P Knippertz, P Rosenberg, M Bart and J B McQuaid. Lagrangian dust model simulations for a case of moist convective dust emission and transport in the western Sahara region during Fennec/LADUNEX. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 120(12):6117–6144, June 2015. URL, DOI

  18. M Tombrou, E Bossioli, J Kalogiros, J D Allan, A Bacak, G Biskos, H Coe, A Dandou, G Kouvarakis, N Mihalopoulos, C J Percival, A P Protonotariou and B Szabó-Takács. Physical and chemical processes of air masses in the Aegean Sea during Etesians: Aegean-GAME airborne campaign. Science of The Total Environment 506–507(0):201 - 216, 2015. URL, DOI

  19. H M Walker, D Stone, T Ingham, S Vaughan, B Bandy, M Cain, R L Jones, O J Kennedy, M McLeod, B Ouyang, J Pyle, S Bauguitte, G Forster, M J Evans, J F Hamilton, J R Hopkins, J D Lee, A C Lewis, R T Lidster, S Punjabi, W T Morgan and D E Heard. Nighttime measurements of HO_x during the RONOCO project and analysis of the sources of HO_2. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 15(2):2997–3061, 2015. URL, DOI

  20. G Young, HM Jones, E Darbyshire, KJ Baustian, JB McQuaid, KN Bower, PJ Connolly, MW Gallagher and TW Choularton. Exploring the variability of aerosol particle composition in the Arctic: a study from the springtime ACCACIA campaign. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 15(20):29403–29453, 2015.

2014

  1. I A Boutle, S J Abel, P G Hill and C J Morcrette. Spatial variability of liquid cloud and rain: observations and microphysical effects. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 140(679):583–594, 2014. URL

  2. J Crosier, T W Choularton, C D Westbrook, A M Blyth, K N Bower, P J Connolly, C Dearden, M W Gallagher, Z Cui and J C Nicol. Microphysical properties of cold frontal rainbands. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 140(681):1257–1268, April 2014. URL

  3. P R Field, R J Cotton, K McBeath, A P Lock, S Webster and R P Allan. Improving a convection-permitting model simulation of a cold air outbreak. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 140(678):124–138, January 2014. URL

  4. S J Abel, R J Cotton, P A Barrett and A K Vance. A comparison of ice water content measurement techniques on the FAAM BAe-146 aircraft. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 7(5):4815–4857, 2014. URL, DOI

  5. J D Allan, W T Morgan, E Darbyshire, M J Flynn, P I Williams, D E Oram, P Artaxo, J Brito, J D Lee and H Coe. Airborne observations of IEPOX-derived isoprene SOA in the Amazon during SAMBBA. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 14(9):12635–12671, 2014. URL, DOI

  6. G Allen, S M Illingworth, S J O'Shea, S Newman, A Vance, S J -B Bauguitte, F Marenco, J Kent, K Bower, M W Gallagher, J Muller, C J Percival, C Harlow, J Lee and J P Taylor. Atmospheric composition and thermodynamic retrievals from the ARIES airborne TIR-FTS system; Part 2: Validation and results from aircraft campaigns. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions 7(4):3397–3441, 2014. URL, DOI

  7. Eleonora Aruffo, Piero Di Carlo, Cesare Dari-Salisburgo, Fabio Biancofiore, Franco Giammaria, Marcella Busilacchio, James Lee, Sarah Moller, James Hopkins, Shalini Punjabi, Stéphane Bauguitte, Debbie O'Sullivan, Carl Percival, Michael Le Breton, Jennifer Muller, Rod Jones, Grant Forster, Claire Reeves, Dwayne Heard, Hannah Walker, Trevor Ingham, Stewart Vaughan and Daniel Stone. Aircraft observations of the lower troposphere above a megacity: Alkyl nitrate and ozone chemistry. Atmospheric Environment 94(0):479–488, 2014. URL, DOI

  8. Timothy Peter Baker. The Dynamics of the Cold Conveyor Belt and Sting Jet in an Extratropical Cyclone and the Influence of Diabatic Processes. School of Earth and Environment - University of Leeds, 2014.

  9. I A Boutle, J E J Eyre and A P Lock. Seamless Stratocumulus Simulation across the Turbulent Gray Zone. Monthly Weather Review 142(4):1655–1668, 2014. URL

  10. Michael Le Breton, Asan Bacak, Jennifer B A Muller, Ping Xiao, Beth M A Shallcross, Rory Batt, Michael C Cooke, Dudley E Shallcross, S J -B Bauguitte and Carl J Percival. Simultaneous airborne nitric acid and formic acid measurements using a chemical ionization mass spectrometer around the UK: Analysis of primary and secondary production pathways. Atmospheric Environment 83(0):166–175, 2014. URL, DOI

  11. Zhiqiang Cui, Alan Gadian, Alan Blyth, Jonathan Crosier and Ian Crawford. Observations of the Variation in Aerosol and Cloud Microphysics along the 20°S Transect on 13 November 2008 during VOCALS-REx. Journal of Atmospheric Science 71(8):2927–2943, 2014. URL

  12. C Dearden, P J Connolly, G Lloyd, J Crosier, K N Bower, T W Choularton and G Vaughan. Diabatic heating and cooling rates derived from in-situ microphysics measurements: A case study of a wintertime UK cold front. Monthly Weather Review 142:3100–3125, 2014. URL

  13. A R Esteve, E J Highwood, W T Morgan, G Allen, H Coe, R G Grainger, P Brown and K Szpek. A study on the sensitivities of simulated aerosol optical properties to composition and size distribution using airborne measurements. Atmospheric Environment 89(0):517–524, 2014. URL, DOI

  14. S Fox, C Lee, I Rule, R King, S Rogers, C Harlow and A Baran. ISMAR: A new Submillimeter Airborne Radiometer. In Microwave Radiometry and Remote Sensing of the Environment (MicroRad), 2014 13th Specialist Meeting on. March 2014, 128–132. DOI

  15. J E Franklin, J R Drummond, D Griffin, J R Pierce, D L Waugh, P I Palmer, M Parrington, J D Lee, A C Lewis, A R Rickard, J W Taylor, J D Allan, H Coe, K A Walker, L Chisholm, T J Duck, J T Hopper, Y Blanchard, M D Gibson, K R Curry, K M Sakamoto, G Lesins, L Dan, J Kliever and A Saha. A case study of aerosol scavenging in a biomass burning plume over eastern Canada during the 2011 BORTAS field experiment. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14(16):8449–8460, 2014. URL, DOI

  16. K Furtado, P R Field, R Cotton and A J Baran. The sensitivity of simulated high clouds to ice crystal fall speed, shape and size distribution. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, pages n/a–n/a, 2014. URL, DOI

  17. L Garcia-Carreras, D J Parker, J H Marsham, P D Rosenberg, I M Brooks, A P Lock, F Marenco, J B McQuaid and M Hobby. The Turbulent Structure and Diurnal Growth of the Saharan Atmospheric Boundary Layer. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 72(2):693-713, August 2014. URL, DOI

  18. S M Illingworth, G Allen, S Newman, A Vance, F Marenco, R C Harlow, J Taylor, D P Moore and J J Remedios. Atmospheric composition and thermodynamic retrievals from the ARIES airborne FTS system – Part 1: Technical aspects and simulated capability. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 7(4):1133–1150, 2014. URL, DOI

  19. Benjamin T Jones, Jennifer B A Muller, Sebastian J O'Shea, Asan Bacak, Michael Le Breton, Thomas J Bannan, Kimberley E Leather, Murray A Booth, Sam Illingworth, Keith Bower, Martin W Gallagher, Grant Allen, Dudley E Shallcross, Stephane J -B Bauguitte, John A Pyle and Carl J Percival. Airborne measurements of HC(O)OH in the European Arctic: A winter – summer comparison. Atmospheric Environment 99(0):556–567, 2014. URL, DOI

  20. G Lloyd, C Dearden, T W Choularton, J Crosier and K N Bower. Observations of the Origin and Distribution of Ice in Cold, Warm and Occluded Frontal Systems During the DIAMET Campaign. Monthly Weather Review 142:4230–4255, 2014. URL

  21. Florent F Malavelle, Jim M Haywood, Paul R Field, Adrian A Hill, Steven J Abel, Adrian P Lock, Ben J Shipway and Kirsty McBeath. A method to represent subgrid-scale updraft velocity in kilometer-scale models: Implication for aerosol activation. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 119(7):4149–4173, 2014. URL, DOI

  22. F Marenco, V Amiridis, E Marinou, A Tsekeri and J Pelon. Airborne verification of CALIPSO products over the Amazon: a case study of daytime observations in a complex atmospheric scene. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 14(7):9203–9224, 2014. URL, DOI

  23. Oscar Martínez-Alvarado, Laura H Baker, Suzanne L Gray, John Methven and Robert S Plant. Distinguishing the Cold Conveyor Belt and Sting Jet Airstreams in an Intense Extratropical Cyclone. Monthly Weather Review 142(8):2571–2595, April 2014. URL

  24. Kirsty McBeath. The use of aircraft for meteorological research in the United Kingdom. Meteorological Applications 21(1):105–116, 2014. URL, DOI

  25. Sebastian J O'Shea, Grant Allen, Zoë L Fleming, Stephane J -B Bauguitte, Carl J Percival, Martin W Gallagher, James Lee, Carole Helfter and Eiko Nemitz. Area fluxes of carbon dioxide, methane, and carbon monoxide derived from airborne measurements around Greater London: A case study during summer 2012. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 119(8):4940–4952, 2014. URL, DOI

  26. S J O'Shea, G Allen, M W Gallagher, K Bower, S M Illingworth, J B A Muller, B T Jones, C J Percival, S J-B Bauguitte, M Cain, N Warwick, A Quiquet, U Skiba, J Drewer, K Dinsmore, E G Nisbet, D Lowry, R E Fisher, J L France, M Aurela, A Lohila, G Hayman, C George, D B Clark, A J Manning, A D Friend and J Pyle. Methane and carbon dioxide fluxes and their regional scalability for the European Arctic wetlands during the MAMM project in summer 2012. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14(23):13159–13174, 2014. URL, DOI

  27. SimonR. Osborne, StevenJ. Abel, IanA. Boutle and Franco Marenco. Evolution of Stratocumulus Over Land: Comparison of Ground and Aircraft Observations with Numerical Weather Prediction Simulations. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 153(2):165–193, 2014. URL, DOI

  28. Philip D Rosenberg, Douglas J Parker, Claire L Ryder, John H Marsham, Luis Garcia-Carreras, James R Dorsey, Ian M Brooks, Angela R Dean, Jonathon Crosier, James B McQuaid and Richard Washington. Quantifying particle size and turbulent scale dependence of dust flux in the Sahara using aircraft measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 119(12):7577–7598, 2014. URL, DOI

  29. D Stone, M J Evans, H Walker, T Ingham, S Vaughan, B Ouyang, O J Kennedy, M W McLeod, R L Jones, J Hopkins, S Punjabi, R Lidster, J F Hamilton, J D Lee, A C Lewis, L J Carpenter, G Forster, D E Oram, C E Reeves, S Bauguitte, W Morgan, H Coe, E Aruffo, C Dari-Salisburgo, F Giammaria, P Di Carlo and D E Heard. Radical chemistry at night: comparisons between observed and modelled HO$_x$, NO$_3$ and N$_2$O$_5$ during the RONOCO project. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14(3):1299–1321, 2014. URL, DOI

  30. J W Taylor, J D Allan, G Allen, H Coe, P I Williams, M J Flynn, M Le Breton, J B A Muller, C J Percival, D Oram, G Forster, J D Lee, A R Rickard and P I Palmer. Size-dependent wet removal of black carbon in Canadian biomass burning plumes. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 14(13):19469–19513, 2014. URL, DOI

  31. Z Ulanowski, P H Kaye, E Hirst, R S Greenaway, R J Cotton, E Hesse and C T Collier. Incidence of rough and irregular atmospheric ice particles from Small Ice Detector 3 measurements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14(3):1649–1662, 2014. URL, DOI

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2013

  1. S J Andrews, C E Jones and L J Carpenter. Aircraft measurements of very short-lived halocarbons over the tropical Atlantic Ocean. Geophysical Research Letters 40(5):1005–1010, 2013. URL, DOI

  2. Laura Baker, Oscar Martinez-Alvarado, John Methven and Peter Knippertz. Flying through extratropical cyclone Friedhelm. Weather 68(1):9–13, 2013. URL

  3. Anthony J Baran, Richard Cotton, Kalli Furtado, Stephan Havemann, Laurent-C. Labonnote, Franco Marenco, Andrew Smith and Jean-Claude Thelen. A self-consistent scattering model for cirrus. II: The high- and low-frequencies. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 140(680):1039–1057, April 2013. URL

  4. S Bezantakos, K Barmpounis, M Giamarelou, E Bossioli, M Tombrou, N Mihalopoulos, K Eleftheriadis, J Kalogiros, J D Allan, A Bacak, C J Percival, H Coe and G Biskos. Chemical composition and hygroscopic properties of aerosol particles over the Aegean Sea. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 13(3):5805–5841, 2013. URL

  5. H F Dacre, A L M Grant and B T Johnson. Aircraft observations and model simulations of concentration and particle size distribution in the Eyjafjallajökull volcanic ash cloud. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13(3):1277–1291, 2013. URL

  6. P Di Carlo, E Aruffo, M Busilacchio, F Giammaria, C Dari-Salisburgo, F Biancofiore, G Visconti, J Lee, S Moller, C E Reeves, S Bauguitte, G Forster, R L Jones and B Ouyang. Aircraft based four-channel thermal dissociation laser induced fluorescence instrument for simultaneous measurements of NO2, total peroxy nitrate, total alkyl nitrate, and HNO3. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 6(4):971–980, 2013. URL

  7. N S Dixon, D J Parker, C M Taylor, L Garcia-Carreras, P P Harris, J H Marsham, J Polcher and A Woolley. The effect of background wind on mesoscale circulations above variable soil moisture in the Sahel. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 139(673):1009–1024, April 2013. URL

  8. N J King, K N Bower, J Crosier and I Crawford. Evaluating MODIS cloud retrievals with in situ observations from VOCALS-REx. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13(1):191–209, 2013. URL

  9. A C Lewis, M J Evans, J R Hopkins, S Punjabi, K A Read, R M Purvis, S J Andrews, S J Moller, L J Carpenter, J D Lee, A R Rickard, P I Palmer and M Parrington. The influence of biomass burning on the global distribution of selected non-methane organic compounds. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13(2):851–867, 2013. URL

  10. F Marenco. Nadir lidar observations of aerosol layers. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions 6(3):4223–4248, 2013. URL

  11. P I Palmer, M Parrington, J D Lee, A C Lewis, A R Rickard, P F Bernath, T J Duck, D L Waugh, D W Tarasick, S Andrews, E Aruffo, L J Bailey, E Barrett, S J -B Bauguitte, K R Curry, Di P Carlo, L Chisholm, L Dan, G Forster, J E Franklin, M D Gibson, D Griffin, D Helmig, J R Hopkins, J T Hopper, M E Jenkin, D Kindred, J Kliever, Le M Breton, S Matthiesen, M Maurice, S Moller, D P Moore, D E Oram, S J O'Shea, Christopher R Owen, C M L S Pagniello, S Pawson, C J Percival, J R Pierce, S Punjabi, R M Purvis, J J Remedios, K M Rotermund, K M Sakamoto, A M Silva, K B Strawbridge, K Strong, J Taylor, R Trigwell, K A Tereszchuk, K A Walker, D Weaver, C Whaley and J C Young. Quantifying the impact of BOReal forest fires on Tropospheric oxidants over the Atlantic using Aircraft and Satellites (BORTAS) experiment: design, execution and science overview. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 13(2):4127–4181, 2013. URL

  12. C L Reddington, G McMeeking, G W Mann, H Coe, M G Frontoso, D Liu, M Flynn, D V Spracklen and K S Carslaw. The mass and number size distributions of black carbon aerosol over Europe. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13(9):4917–4939, 2013. URL

  13. C L Ryder, E J Highwood, T M Lai, H Sodemann and J H Marsham. Impact of atmospheric transport on the evolution of microphysical and optical properties of Saharan dust. Geophysical Research Letters 40(10):2433–2438, 2013. URL

  14. R J Cotton, P R Field, Z Ulanowski, P H Kaye, E Hirst, R S Greenaway, I Crawford, J Crosier and J Dorsey. The effective density of small ice particles obtained from in situ aircraft observations of mid-latitude cirrus. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 139(676):1923–1934, 2013. URL, DOI

  15. S Crumeyrolle, R Weigel, K Sellegri, G Roberts, L Gomes, A Stohl, P Laj, G Momboisse, T Bourianne, V Puygrenier, F Burnet, F Chosson, J L Brenguier, J M Etcheberry, P Villani, J M Pichon and A Schwarzenboeck. Airborne investigation of the aerosols-cloud interactions in the vicinity and within a marine stratocumulus over the North Sea during EUCAARI (2008). Atmospheric Environment 81(0):288–303, 2013. URL, DOI

  16. S M Illingworth, G Allen, S Newman, A Vance, F Marenco, R C Harlow, J Taylor, D P Moore and J J Remedios. Atmospheric composition and thermodynamic retrievals from the ARIES airborne FTS system; Part 1: Technical aspects and simulated capability. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions 6(6):10833–10887, 2013. URL, DOI

  17. M Le Breton, A Bacak, J B A Muller, S J O'Shea, P Xiao, M N R Ashfold, M C Cooke, R Batt, D E Shallcross, D E Oram, G Forster, S J -B Bauguitte, P I Palmer, M Parrington, A C Lewis, J D Lee and C J Percival. Airborne hydrogen cyanide measurements using a chemical ionisation mass spectrometer for the plume identification of biomass burning forest fires. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13(18):9217–9232, 2013. URL, DOI

  18. K McBeath, P R Field and R J Cotton. Using operational weather radar to assess high-resolution numerical weather prediction over the British Isles for a cold air outbreak case-study. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 140(678):225–239, 2013. URL, DOI

  19. S J O'Shea, G Allen, M W Gallagher, S J -B Bauguitte, S M Illingworth, M Le Breton, J B A Muller, C J Percival, A T Archibald, D E Oram, M Parrington, P I Palmer and A C Lewis. Airborne observations of trace gases over boreal Canada during BORTAS: campaign climatology, air mass analysis and enhancement ratios. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13(24):12451–12467, 2013. URL, DOI

  20. S J O'Shea, S J -B Bauguitte, M W Gallagher, D Lowry and C J Percival. Development of a cavity-enhanced absorption spectrometer for airborne measurements of CH$_4$ and CO$_2$. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 6(5):1095–1109, 2013. URL, DOI

  21. M Parrington, P I Palmer, A C Lewis, J D Lee, A R Rickard, P Di Carlo, J W Taylor, J R Hopkins, S Punjabi, D E Oram, G Forster, E Aruffo, S J Moller, S J -B Bauguitte, J D Allan, H Coe and R J Leigh. Ozone photochemistry in boreal biomass burning plumes. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13(15):7321–7341, 2013. URL, DOI

  22. C L Ryder, E J Highwood, P D Rosenberg, J Trembath, J K Brooke, M Bart, A Dean, J Crosier, J Dorsey, H Brindley, J Banks, J H Marsham, J B McQuaid, H Sodemann and R Washington. Optical properties of Saharan dust aerosol and contribution from the coarse mode as measured during the Fennec 2011 aircraft campaign. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13(1):303–325, 2013. URL, DOI

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2012

  1. S J Abel and I A Boutle. An improved representation of the raindrop size distribution for single-moment microphysics schemes. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 138(669):2151–2162, 2012.

  2. A -M Blechschmidt, J E Kristjánsson, H Ólafsson, J F Burkhart, Ø and P D Rosenberg. Aircraft-based observations and high-resolution simulations of an Icelandic dust storm. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12(22):10649–10666, 2012. URL

  3. I A Boutle and S J Abel. Microphysical controls on the stratocumulus topped boundary-layer structure during VOCALS-REx. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 12(1):525–557, 2012. URL

  4. Virginie Capelle, Alain Chédin, Eric Péquignot, Peter Schlüssel, Stuart M Newman and Noelle A Scott. Infrared Continental Surface Emissivity Spectra and Skin Temperature Retrieved from IASI Observations over the Tropics. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 51(6):1164–1179, February 2012. URL

  5. I Crawford, K N Bower, T W Choularton, C Dearden, J Crosier, C Westbrook, G Capes, H Coe, P J Connolly, J R Dorsey, M W Gallagher, P Williams, J Trembath, Z Cui and A Blyth. Ice formation and development in aged, wintertime cumulus over the UK: observations and modelling. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12(11):4963–4985, 2012. URL

  6. Z Cui, A M Blyth, K N Bower, J Crosier and T Choularton. Aircraft measurements of wave cloud. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 12(5):13337–13362, 2012. URL

  7. B J Devenish, P N Francis, B T Johnson, R S J Sparks and D J Thomson. Sensitivity analysis of dispersion modeling of volcanic ash from Eyjafjallajökull in May 2010. J. Geophys. Res. 117():D00U21, March 2012. URL

  8. N S Dixon, D J Parker, C M Taylor, L Garcia-Carreras, P P Harris, J H Marsham, J Polcher and A Woolley. The effect of background wind on mesoscale circulations above variable soil moisture in the Sahel. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society ():n/a–n/a, 2012. URL

  9. P D Green, S M Newman, R J Beeby, J E Murray, J C Pickering and J E Harries. Recent advances in measurement of the water vapour continuum in the far-infrared spectral region. Royal Society of London Philosophical Transactions Series A 370():2637-2655, June 2012.

  10. T Hamburger, G McMeeking, A Minikin, A Petzold, H Coe and R Krejci. Airborne observations of aerosol microphysical properties and particle ageing processes in the troposphere above Europe. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 12(8):20383–20433, 2012. URL

  11. E J Highwood, M J Northway, G R McMeeking, W T Morgan, D Liu, S Osborne, K Bower, H Coe, C Ryder and P Williams. Aerosol scattering and absorption during the EUCAARI-LONGREX flights of the Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements (FAAM) BAe-146: can measurements and models agree?. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12(15):7251–7267, 2012. URL

  12. F I Hilton, S M Newman and A D Collard. Identification of NWP humidity biases using high-peaking water vapour channels from IASI. Atmospheric Science Letters 13(1):73–78, 2012. URL

  13. Ben Johnson, Kate Turnbull, Phil Brown, Rachel Burgess, James Dorsey, Anthony J Baran, Helen Webster, Jim Haywood, Richard Cotton, Z Ulanowski, Evelyn Hesse, Alan Woolley and Philip Rosenberg. In situ observations of volcanic ash clouds from the FAAM aircraft during the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull in 2010. J. Geophys. Res. 117():D00U24, April 2012. URL

  14. H M Jones, J Haywood, F Marenco, D O'Sullivan, J Meyer, R Thorpe, M W Gallagher, M Krämer, K N Bower, G Rädel, A Rap, P Forster and H Coe. A methodology for in-situ and remote sensing of microphysical and radiative properties of contrails as they evolve into cirrus. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 12(3):7829–7877, 2012. URL

  15. N J King and G Vaughan. Using passive remote sensing to retrieve the vertical variation of cloud droplet size in marine stratocumulus: An assessment of information content and the potential for improved retrievals from hyperspectral measurements. J. Geophys. Res. 117(D15):D15206, August 2012. URL

  16. L I Kleinman, P H Daum, Y -N Lee, E R Lewis, Sedlacek A J III, G I Senum, S R Springston, J Wang, J Hubbe, J Jayne, Q Min, S S Yum and G Allen. Aerosol concentration and size distribution measured below, in, and above cloud from the DOE G-1 during VOCALS-REx. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 11(6):17289–17336, 2012. URL

  17. N I Kristiansen, A Stohl, A J Prata, N Bukowiecki, H Dacre, S Eckhardt, S Henne, M C Hort, B T Johnson, F Marenco, B Neininger, O Reitebuch, P Seibert, D J Thomson, H N Webster and B Weinzierl. Performance assessment of a volcanic ash transport model mini-ensemble used for inverse modeling of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption. J. Geophys. Res. 117():D00U11, February 2012. URL

  18. A C Lewis, M J Evans, J R Hopkins, S Punjabi, K A Read, S Andrews, S J Moller, L J Carpenter, J D Lee, A R Rickard, P I Palmer and M Parrington. The influence of boreal forest fires on the global distribution of non-methane hydrocarbons. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 12(9):23433–23469, 2012. URL

  19. G R McMeeking, M Bart, P Chazette, J M Haywood, J R Hopkins, J B McQuaid, W T Morgan, J -C Raut, C L Ryder, N Savage, K Turnbull and H Coe. Airborne measurements of trace gases and aerosols over the London metropolitan region. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12(11):5163–5187, 2012. URL

  20. Stuart M Newman, Lieven Clarisse, Daniel Hurtmans, Franco Marenco, Ben Johnson, Kate Turnbull, Stephan Havemann, Anthony J Baran, Debbie O'Sullivan and Jim Haywood. A case study of observations of volcanic ash from the Eyjafjallajökull eruption: 2. Airborne and satellite radiative measurements. J. Geophys. Res. 117():D00U13, February 2012. URL

  21. S M Newman, P D Green, I V Ptashnik, T D Gardiner, M D Coleman, R A McPheat and K M Smith. Airborne and satellite remote sensing of the mid-infrared water vapour continuum. Royal Society of London Philosophical Transactions Series A 370():2611–2636, June 2012.

  22. S M Newman, A M Larar, W L Smith, I V Ptashnik, R L Jones, M I Mead, H Revercomb, D C Tobin, J K Taylor and J P Taylor. The Joint Airborne IASI Validation Experiment: An evaluation of instrument and algorithms. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 113:1372–1390, July 2012.

  23. M Parrington, P I Palmer, D K Henze, D W Tarasick, E J Hyer, R C Owen, D Helmig, C Clerbaux, K W Bowman, M N Deeter, E M Barratt, P -F Coheur, D Hurtmans, Z Jiang, M George and J R Worden. The influence of boreal biomass burning emissions on the distribution of tropospheric ozone over North America and the North Atlantic during 2010. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12(4):2077–2098, 2012. URL

  24. A J Prata and A T Prata. Eyjafjallajökull volcanic ash concentrations determined using Spin Enhanced Visible and Infrared Imager measurements. J. Geophys. Res. 117():D00U23, March 2012. URL

  25. N H Robinson, J D Allan, J A Trembath, P D Rosenberg, G Allen and H Coe. The lofting of Western Pacific regional aerosol by island thermodynamics as observed around Borneo. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12(13):5963–5983, 2012. URL

  26. P D Rosenberg, A R Dean, P I Williams, A Minikin, M A Pickering and A Petzold. Particle sizing calibration with refractive index correction for light scattering optical particle counters and impacts upon PCASP and CDP data collected during the Fennec campaign. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions 5(1):97–135, 2012. URL

  27. P E Saide, S N Spak, G R Carmichael, M A Mena-Carrasco, Q Yang, S Howell, D C Leon, J R Snider, A R Bandy, J L Collett, K B Benedict, S P Szoeke, L N Hawkins, G Allen, I Crawford, J Crosier and S R Springston. Evaluating WRF-Chem aerosol indirect effects in Southeast Pacific marine stratocumulus during VOCALS-REx. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12(6):3045–3064, 2012. URL

  28. Peter Sheridan and Simon Vosper. High-Resolution Simulations of Lee Waves and Downslope Winds over the Sierra Nevada during T-REX IOP 6. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 51(7):1333–1352, April 2012. URL

  29. Kate Turnbull, Ben Johnson, Franco Marenco, Jim Haywood, Andreas Minikin, Bernadett Weinzierl, Hans Schlager, Ulrich Schumann, Susan Leadbetter and Alan Woolley. A case study of observations of volcanic ash from the Eyjafjallajökull eruption: 1. In situ airborne observations. J. Geophys. Res. 117():D00U12, February 2012. URL

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  31. H N Webster, D J Thomson, B T Johnson, I P C Heard, K Turnbull, F Marenco, N I Kristiansen, J Dorsey, A Minikin, B Weinzierl, U Schumann, R S J Sparks, S C Loughlin, M C Hort, S J Leadbetter, B J Devenish, A J Manning, C S Witham, J M Haywood and B W Golding. Operational prediction of ash concentrations in the distal volcanic cloud from the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption. J. Geophys. Res. 117():D00U08, January 2012. URL

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  33. Fotini K Chow, Stephan F J De Wekker and Bradley J Snyder. Mountain Weather Research and Forecasting. Springer Atmospheric Sciences series, Springer, 2012. URL

  34. Sundar A Christopher, Nan Feng, Aaron Naeger, Ben Johnson and Franco Marenco. Satellite remote sensing analysis of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull volcanic ash cloud over the North Sea during 4-18 May 2010. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 117(D20):n/a–n/a, 2012. URL, DOI

  35. B J Devenish, D J Thomson, F Marenco, S J Leadbetter, H Ricketts and H F Dacre. A study of the arrival over the United Kingdom in April 2010 of the Eyjafjallajökull ash cloud using ground-based lidar and numerical simulations. Atmospheric Environment 48(0):152–164, 2012. URL, DOI

  36. A Folch, A Costa and S Basart. Validation of the FALL3D ash dispersion model using observations of the 2010 Eyjafjallajokull volcanic ash clouds. Atmospheric Environment 48(0):165–183, 2012. URL, DOI

  37. A L M Grant, H F Dacre, D J Thomson and F Marenco. Horizontal and vertical structure of the Eyjafjallajökull ash cloud over the UK: a comparison of airborne lidar observations and simulations. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12(21):10145–10159, 2012. URL, DOI

  38. R C Harlow and R Essery. Tundra Snow Emissivities at MHS Frequencies: MEMLS Validation Using Airborne Microwave Data Measured During CLPX-II. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 50(11):1–17, 2012. DOI

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2011

  1. Anthony. J Baran, Alejandro Bodas-Salcedo, Richard Cotton and Clare Lee. Simulating the equivalent radar reflectivity of cirrus at 94 GHz using an ensemble model of cirrus ice crystals: a test of the Met Office global numerical weather prediction model. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 137(659):1547–1560, 2011. URL

  2. Le M Breton, M R McGillen, J B A Muller, A Bacak, D E Shallcross, P Xiao, L G Huey, D Tanner, H Coe and C J Percival. Airborne observations of formic acid using a chemical ionization mass spectrometer. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 4(12):5807-5835, 2011. URL

  3. Sundar A Christopher, Pawan Gupta, Ben Johnson, Catherine Ansell, Helen Brindley and Jim Haywood. Multi-sensor satellite remote sensing of dust aerosols over North Africa during GERBILS. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 137(658):1168–1178, 2011. URL

  4. H F Dacre, A L M Grant, R J Hogan, S E Belcher, D J Thomson, B J Devenish, F Marenco, M C Hort, J M Haywood, A Ansmann, I Mattis and L Clarisse. Evaluating the structure and magnitude of the ash plume during the initial phase of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption using lidar observations and NAME simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research 116():D00U03, July 2011. URL

  5. David Fowler, Eiko Nemitz, Pawel Misztal, Chiara Di Marco, Ute Skiba, James Ryder, Carole Helfter, Neil J Cape, Sue Owen, James Dorsey, Martin W Gallagher, Mhairi Coyle, Gavin Phillips, Brian Davison, Ben Langford, Rob MacKenzie, Jennifer Muller, Jambery Siong, Cesare Dari-Salisburgo, Piero Di Carlo, Eleanora Aruffo, Franco Giammaria, John A Pyle and Nicholas C Hewitt. Effects of land use on surface?atmosphere exchanges of trace gases and energy in Borneo: comparing fluxes over oil palm plantations and a rainforest. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (B) 366(1582):3196 –3209, 2011. URL

  6. J M Haywood, B T Johnson, S R Osborne, J Mulcahy, M E Brooks, M A J Harrison, S F Milton and H E Brindley. Observations and modelling of the solar and terrestrial radiative effects of Saharan dust: a radiative closure case-study over oceans during the GERBILS campaign. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 137(658):1211–1226, 2011. URL

  7. J M Haywood, B T Johnson, S R Osborne, A J Baran, M Brooks, S F Milton, J Mulcahy, D Walters, R P Allan, A Klaver, P Formenti, H E Brindley, S Christopher and P Gupta. Motivation, rationale and key results from the GERBILS Saharan dust measurement campaign. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 137(658):1106–1116, 2011. URL

  8. B T Johnson and S R Osborne. Physical and optical properties of mineral dust aerosol measured by aircraft during the GERBILS campaign. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 137(658):1117–1130, 2011. URL

  9. Anne Klaver, Paola Formenti, Sandrine Caquineau, Servanne Chevaillier, Patrick Ausset, Giulia Calzolai, Simon Osborne, Ben Johnson, Mark Harrison and Oleg Dubovik. Physico-chemical and optical properties of Sahelian and Saharan mineral dust: in situ measurements during the GERBILS campaign. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 137(658):1193–1210, 2011. URL

  10. A R MacKenzie, B Langford, T A Pugh, N Robinson, P K Misztal, D E Heard, J D Lee, A C Lewis, C E Jones, J R Hopkins, G Phillips, P S Monks, A Karunaharan, K E Hornsby, V Nicolas-Perea, H Coe, A M Gabey, M W Gallagher, L K Whalley, P M Edwards, M J Evans, D Stone, T Ingham, R Commane, K L Furneaux, J B McQuaid, E Nemitz, Y K Seng, D Fowler, J A Pyle and C N Hewitt. The atmospheric chemistry of trace gases and particulate matter emitted by different land uses in Borneo.. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences 366(1582):3177-3195, November 2011. URL

  11. Florent Malavelle, VÃ\textcopyrightronique Pont, Marc Mallet, Fabien Solmon, Ben Johnson, Jean-FranÃ\textsectionois Leon and Catherine Liousse. Simulation of aerosol radiative effects over West Africa during DABEX and AMMA SOP-0. J. Geophys. Res. 116(D8):D08205, April 2011. URL

  12. B Marticorena, J Haywood, H Coe, P Formenti, C Liousse, M Mallet and J Pelon. Tropospheric aerosols over West Africa: highlights from the AMMA international program. Atmospheric Science Letters 12(1):19–23, 2011. URL

  13. J A Pyle, N J Warwick, N R Harris, M R Abas, A T Archibald, M J Ashfold, K Ashworth, M P Barkley, G D Carver, K Chance, J R Dorsey, D Fowler, S Gonzi, B Gostlow, C N Hewitt, T P Kurosu, J D Lee, S B Langford, G Mills, S Moller, A R MacKenzie, A J Manning, P Misztal, M S Nadzir, E Nemitz, H M Newton, L M O'Brien, S Ong, D Oram, P I Palmer, L K Peng, S M Phang, R Pike, T A Pugh, N A Rahman, A D Robinson, J Sentian, A A Samah, U Skiba, H E Ung, S E Yong and P J Young. The impact of local surface changes in Borneo on atmospheric composition at wider spatial scales: coastal processes, land-use change and air quality.. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences 366(1582):3210-3224, November 2011. URL

  14. L Tallis, M Coleman, T Gardiner, I V Ptashnik and K P Shine. Assessment of the consistency of H2O line intensities over the near-infrared using sun-pointing ground-based Fourier transform spectroscopy. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 112(14):2268 - 2280, 2011. URL

  15. H N Webster, B J Devenish, J M Haywood, A P Lock and Thomson J D. Using plume rise schemes to model highly buoyant plumes from large fires. International Journal of Environment and Pollution 44(1):226–234, January 2011. URL

  16. G Allen, H Coe, A Clarke, C Bretherton, R Wood, S J Abel, P Barrett, P Brown, R George, S Freitag, C McNaughton, S Howell, L Shank, V Kapustin, V Brekhovskikh, L Kleinman, Y -N Lee, S Springston, T Toniazzo, R Krejci, J Fochesatto, G Shaw, P Krecl, B Brooks, G McMeeking, K N Bower, P I Williams, J Crosier, I Crawford, P Connolly, J D Allan, D Covert, A R Bandy, L M Russell, J Trembath, M Bart, J B McQuaid, J Wang and D Chand. South East Pacific atmospheric composition and variability sampled along 20 S during VOCALS-REx. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 11:5237-5262, June 2011. URL, DOI

  17. A Behrendt, S Pal, F Aoshima, M Bender, A Blyth, U Corsmeier, J Cuesta, G Dick, M Dorninger, C Flamant, P Di Girolamo, T Gorgas, Y Huang, N Kalthoff, S Khodayar, H Mannstein, K Tr umner, A Wieser and V Wulfmeyer. Observation of convection initiation processes with a suite of state-of-the-art research instruments during COPS IOP 8b. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 137(S1):81-100, 2011. URL

  18. M Bennett, S M Christie, A Graham, B S Thomas, V Vishnyakov, K Morris, D M Peters, R Jones and C Ansel. Composition of Smoke Generated by Landing Aircraft. Environmental Science and Technology 45(8):3533-3538, March 2011. URL

  19. J Crosier, K N Bower, T W Choularton, C D Westbrook, P J Connolly, Z Q Cui, I P Crawford, G L Capes, H Coe, J R Dorsey, P I Williams, A J Illingworth, M W Gallagher and A M Blyth. Observations of ice multiplication in a weakly convective cell embedded in supercooled mid-level stratus. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 11:257-273, 2011. URL

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  21. R C Harlow. Sea Ice Emissivities and Effective Temperatures at MHS Frequencies: An Analysis of Airborne Microwave Data Measured During Two Arctic Campaigns. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 49(4):1223-1237, April 2011.

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  25. B T Johnson, M E Brooks, D Walters, S Woodward, S Christopher and K Schepanski. Assessment of the Met Office dust forecast model using observations from the GERBILS campaign. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 137:1131–1148, 2011. URL

  26. O J Kennedy, B Ouyang, J M Langridge, M J S Daniels, S Bauguitte, R Freshwater, M W McLeod, C Ironmonger, J Sendall, O Norris, R Nightingale, S M Ball and R L Jones. An aircraft based three channel broadband cavity enhanced absorption spectrometer for simultaneous measurements of NO3, N2O5 and NO2. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 4:1759-1776, 2011. URL

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  30. C H Mari, C E Reeves, K S Law, G Ancellet, M D Andrés-Hernández, B Barret, J Bechara, A Borbon, I Bouarar, C Cairo, R Commane, C Delon, M J Evans, F Fierli, C Floquet, C Galy-Lacaux, D E Heard, C D Homan, T Ingham, N Larsen, A C Lewis, C Liousse, J G Murphy, E Orlandi, D E Oram, M Saunois, D Serça, D J Stewart, D Stone, V Thouret, P Velthoven and J E Williams. Atmospheric composition of West Africa: highlights from the AMMA international program. Atmospheric Science Letters 12(1):13-18, January 2011. URL

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  32. G R McMeeking, W T Morgan, M Flynn, E J Highwood, K Turnbull, J Haywood and H Coe. Black carbon aerosol mixing state, organic aerosols and aerosol optical properties over the United Kingdom. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 11:9037-9052, 2011. URL

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  35. N H Robinson, J F Hamilton, J D Allan, B Langford, D E Oram, Q Chen, K Docherty, D K Farmer, J L Jimenez, M W Ward, C N Hewitt, M H Barley, M E Jenkin, A R Rickard, S T Martin, G McFiggans and H Coe. Evidence for a significant proportion of Secondary Organic Aerosol from isoprene above a maritime tropical forest. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 11:1039-1050, February 2011. URL

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2010

  1. F Cairo, J P Pommereau, K S Law, H Schlager, A Garnier, F Fierli, M Ern, M Streibel, S Arabas, S Borrmann, J J Berthelier, C Blom, T Christensen, F D'Amato, Di G Donfrancesco, T Deshler, A Diedhiou, G Durry, O Engelsen, F Goutail, N R P Harris, E R T Kerstel, S Khaykin, P Konopka, A Kylling, N Larsen, T Lebel, X Liu, A R MacKenzie, J Nielsen, A Oulanowski, D J Parker, J Pelon, J Polcher, J A Pyle, F Ravegnani, E D Rivière, A D Robinson, T Röckmann, C Schiller, F Simões, L Stefanutti, F Stroh, L Some, P Siegmund, N Sitnikov, J P Vernier, C M Volk, C Voigt, M Hobe, S Viciani and V Yushkov. An introduction to the SCOUT-AMMA stratospheric aircraft, balloons and sondes campaign in West Africa, August 2006: rationale and roadmap. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10(5):2237–2256, 2010. URL

  2. Richard Cotton, S Osborne, Z Ulanowski, E Hirst, P H Kaye and R S Greenaway. The Ability of the Small Ice Detector (SID-2) to Characterize Cloud Particle and Aerosol Morphologies Obtained during Flights of the FAAM BAe-146 Research Aircraft. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 27(2):290–303, 2010. URL

  3. Luis Garcia-Carreras, Douglas J Parker, Christopher M Taylor, Claire E Reeves and Jennifer G Murphy. Impact of mesoscale vegetation heterogeneities on the dynamical and thermodynamic properties of the planetary boundary layer. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 115(D3):n/a–n/a, 2010. URL

  4. Victoria L Hand, Gerard Capes, David J Vaughan, Paola Formenti, Jim M Haywood and Hugh Coe. Evidence of internal mixing of African dust and biomass burning particles by individual particle analysis using electron beam techniques. J. Geophys. Res. 115(D13):D13301, July 2010. URL

  5. Phil P Harris and Douglas J Parker. Impact of soil moisture on the development of a Sahelian mesoscale convective system: a case-study from the AMMA Special Observing Period. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 136():456–470, 2010. URL

  6. C N Hewitt, J D Lee, A R MacKenzie, M P Barkley, N Carslaw, G D Carver, N A Chappell, H Coe, C Collier, R Commane, F Davies, B Davison, P DiCarlo, Di C F Marco, J R Dorsey, P M Edwards, M J Evans, D Fowler, K L Furneaux, M Gallagher, A Guenther, D E Heard, C Helfter, J Hopkins, T Ingham, M Irwin, C Jones, A Karunaharan, B Langford, A C Lewis, S F Lim, S M MacDonald, A S Mahajan, S Malpass, G McFiggans, G Mills, P Misztal, S Moller, P S Monks, E Nemitz, V Nicolas-Perea, H Oetjen, D E Oram, P I Palmer, G J Phillips, R Pike, J M C Plane, T Pugh, J A Pyle, C E Reeves, N H Robinson, D Stewart, D Stone, L K Whalley and X Yin. Overview: oxidant and particle photochemical processes above a south-east Asian tropical rainforest (the OP3 project): introduction, rationale, location characteristics and tools. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10(1):169–199, 2010. URL

  7. E A Irvine, S L Gray and J Methven. Can 4D-Var use dynamical information from targeted observations of a baroclinic structure?. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 136(651):1396–1407, 2010. URL

  8. Qingfang Jiang, Ming Liu and James D Doyle. Influence of Mesoscale Dynamics and Turbulence on Fine Dust Transport in Owens Valley. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 50(1):20–38, September 2010. URL

  9. Peter Knippertz, Jeffrey M Chagnon, Alan Foster, Luc Lathouwers, John H Marsham, John Methven and Douglas J Parker. Research flight observations of a prefrontal gravity wave near thesouthwestern UK. Weather 65():293–297, 2010. URL

  10. A M Larar, W L Smith, D K Zhou, X Liu, H Revercomb, J P Taylor, S M Newman and P Schlüssel. IASI spectral radiance validation inter-comparisons: case study assessment from the JAIVEx field campaign. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10():411–430, January 2010. URL

  11. T Lebel, D J Parker, C Flamant, B Bourlès, B Marticorena, E Mougin, C Peugeot, A Diedhiou, J M Haywood, J B Ngamini, J Polcher, J -L Redelsperger and C D Thorncroft. The AMMA field campaigns: multiscale and multidisciplinary observations in the West African region. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 136():8–33, January 2010. URL

  12. G R McMeeking, T Hamburger, D Liu, M Flynn, W T Morgan, M Northway, E J Highwood, R Krejci, J D Allan, A Minikin and H Coe. Black carbon measurements in the boundary layer over western andnorthern Europe. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10:9393-9414, 2010. URL

  13. Christophe Messager, Douglas Parker, O J.Reitebuch, A Agusti-Panareda, Christopher M Taylor and J Cuesta. Structure and dynamics of the Saharan atmospheric boundary layer during the West African monsoon onset: observations and analyses from the research flights of 14 and 17 July 2006. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 136():107–124, 2010. URL

  14. R T Pinker, H Liu, S R Osborne and C Akoshile. Radiative effects of aerosols in sub-Sahel Africa: Dust and biomass burning. J. Geophys. Res. 115(D15):D15205, August 2010. URL

  15. David A J Sproson, Ian A Renfrew and Karen J Heywood. A parameterization of Greenland's tip jets suitable for ocean or coupled climate models. J. Geophys. Res. 115(C8):C08022, August 2010. URL

  16. C Zhao, X Liu, L R Leung, B Johnson, S A McFarlane, Gustafson W I Jr., J D Fast and R Easter. The spatial distribution of mineral dust and its shortwave radiative forcing over North Africa: modeling sensitivities to dust emissions and aerosol size treatments. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10(18):8821–8838, 2010. URL

  17. S J Abel, D N Walters and G Allen. Evaluation of stratocumulus cloud prediction in the Met Office forecast model during VOCALS-REx. Atmos. Chem. Phys 10:10541-10559, 2010. URL, DOI

  18. M D Andrés-Hernández, D Stone, D M Brookes, R Commane, C E Reeves, H Huntrieser, D E Heard, P S Monks, J P Burrows, H Schlager, D Kartal, M J Evans, C F A Floquet, T Ingham, J Methven and A E Parker. Peroxy radical partitioning during the AMMA radical intercomparison exercise. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10(21):10621–10638, 2010. URL, DOI

  19. C S Bretherton, R Wood, R C George, D Leon, G Allen and X Zheng. Southeast Pacific stratocumulus clouds, precipitation and boundary layer structure sampled along 20 S during VOCALS-REx. Atmos. Chem. Phys 10:10639-10654, 2010. URL

  20. R Commane, C F A Floquet, T Ingham, D Stone, M J Evans and D E Heard. Observations of OH and HO2 radicals over West Africa. Atmos. Chem. Phys 10:8783-8801, 2010. URL

  21. C V Cox, J E Harries, J P Taylor, P D Green, A J Baran, J C Pickering, A E Last and J E Murray. Measurement and simulation of mid-and far-infrared spectra in the presence of cirrus. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 136(648):718-739, 2010. URL

  22. J Ferreira, C E Reeves, J G Murphy, L Garcia-Carreras, D J Parker and D E Oram. Isoprene emissions modelling for West Africa: MEGAN model evaluation and sensitivity analysis. Atmos. Chem. Phys 10:8453-8467, 2010. URL

  23. C M Grams, S C Jones, J H Marsham, D J Parker, J M Haywood and V Heuveline. The Atlantic inflow to the Saharan heat low: observations and modelling. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 136(S1):125-140, January 2010. URL

  24. M Hill, R Calhoun, H J S Fernando, A Wieser, A Dörnbrack, M Weissmann, G Mayr and R Newsom. Coplanar Doppler Lidar Retrieval of Rotors from T-REX. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 67(3):713-729, March 2010.

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  29. W T Morgan, J D Allan, K N Bower, E J Highwood, D Liu, G R McMeeking, M J Northway, P I Williams, R Krejci and H Coe. Airborne measurements of the spatial distribution of aerosol chemical composition across Europe and evolution of the organic fraction. Atmos. Chem. Phys 10:4065-4083, 2010. URL

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  31. R C Pike, J D Lee, P J Young, G D Carver, X Yang, N Warwick, S Moller, P Misztal, B Langford, D Stewart, C E Reeves, C N Hewitt and J A Pyle. NOx and O3 above a tropical rainforest: an analysis with a global and box model. Atmos. Chem. Phys 10:10607-10620, 2010. URL

  32. E Real, E Orlandi, K S Law, F Fierli, D Josset, F Cairo, H Schlager, S Borrmann, D Kunkel, C M Volk, J B McQuaid, D J Stewart, J Lee, A C Lewis, J R Hopkins, F Ravegnani, A Ulanovski and C Liousse. Cross-hemispheric transport of central African biomass burning pollutants: implications for downwind ozone production. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10:3027–3046, 2010. URL

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  35. D Stone, M J Evans, R Commane, T Ingham, C F A Floquet, J B McQuaid, D M Brookes, P S Monks, R Purvis, J F Hamilton, J Hopkins, J Lee, A C Lewis, D Stewart, J G Murphy, G Mills, D Oram, C E Reeves and D E Heard. HOx observations over West Africa during AMMA: impact of isoprene and NOx. Atmos. Chem. Phys 10:9415-9429, 2010. URL

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  37. J E Williams, M P Scheele, P F J Velthoven, V Thouret, M Saunois, C E Reeves and J Cammas. The influence of biomass burning and transport on tropospheric composition over the tropical Atlantic Ocean and Equatorial Africa during the West African monsoon in 2006. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10(20):9797-9817, 2010. URL

2009

  1. D Ackerley, E J Highwood, M A J Harrison, C L McConnell, M M Joshi, D N Walters, S F Milton, G Greed and M E Brooks. The development of a new dust uplift scheme in the Met Office Unified Model. Meteorological Applications 16(4):445–460, 2009. DOI

  2. Anthony J Baran, P J Connolly and C Lee. Testing an ensemble model of cirrus ice crystals using midlatitude in situ estimates of ice water content, volume extinction coefficient and the total solar optical depth. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 110(14-16):1579–1598, 2009. URL

  3. G Capes, J G Murphy, C E Reeves, J B McQuaid, J F Hamilton, J R Hopkins, J Crosier, P I Williams and H Coe. Secondary Organic Aerosol from biogenic VOCs over West Africa during AMMA. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 9():3841–3850, 2009. URL

  4. S A Christopher, B Johnson, T A Jones and J Haywood. Vertical and spatial distribution of dust from aircraft and satellitemeasurements during the GERBILS field campaign. Geophysical Research Letters 36():L06806, March 2009. URL

  5. Juan Cuesta, John H Marsham, Douglas J Parker and Cyrille Flamant. Dynamical mechanisms controlling the vertical redistribution of dust and the thermodynamic structure of the West Saharan atmospheric boundary layer during summer. Atmospheric Science Letters 10(1):34–42, 2009. URL

  6. T W N Haine, S Zhang, G W K Moore and I A Renfrew. On the impact of high-resolution, high-frequency meteorological forcing on Denmark Strait ocean circulation. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 135():2067–2085, 2009. URL

  7. R C Harlow. Millimeter Microwave Emissivities and Effective Temperatures of Snow-Covered Surfaces: Evidence for Lambertian Surface Scattering. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 47():1957–1970, July 2009. URL

  8. J M Haywood, R P Allan, J Bornemann, P M Forster, P N Francis, S Milton, G Rädel, A Rap, K P Shine and R Thorpe. A case study of the radiative forcing of persistent contrails evolving into contrail-induced cirrus. Journal of Geophysical Research (Atmospheres) 114(D13):D24201, December 2009.

  9. C N Hewitt, A. R. MacKenzie, Di P Carlo, Di C F Marco, J R Dorsey, M Evans, D Fowler, M W Gallagher, J R Hopkins, C E Jones, B Langford, J D Lee, A C Lewis, S F Lim, J McQuaid, P Misztal, S J Moller, P S Monks, E Nemitz, D E Oram, S M Owen, G J Phillips, T A M Pugh, J A Pyle, C E Reeves, J Ryder, J Siong, U Skiba and D J Stewart. Nitrogen management is essential to prevent tropical oil palm plantations from causing ground-level ozone pollution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106():18447–18451, January 2009. URL

  10. J R Hopkins, M J Evans, J D Lee, A C Lewis, J H Marsham, J B McQuaid, D J Parker, D J Stewart, C E Reeves and R M Purvis. Direct estimates of emissions from the megacity of Lagos. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 9():8471-8477, 2009. URL

  11. E A Irvine, S L Gray, J Methven, I A Renfrew, K Bovis and R Swinbank. The impact of targeted observations made during the Greenland Flow Distortion Experiment. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 135(645):2012–2029, 2009. URL

  12. Qingfang Jiang and James D Doyle. The Impact of Moisture on Mountain Waves during T-REX. Monthly Weather Review 137():3888–3906, 2009. URL

  13. B T Johnson, S Christopher, J M Haywood, S R Osborne, S McFarlane, C Hsu, C Salustro and R Kahn. Measurements of aerosol properties from aircraft, satellite and ground-based remote sensing: a case-study from the Dust and Biomass-burning Experiment (DABEX). Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 135():922–934, 2009. URL

  14. Egill Jón Kristjánsson, Sigurdur Thorsteinsson and Bjørn Røsting. Phase-locking of a rapidly developing extratropical cyclone by Greenland's orography. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 135():1986–1998, 2009. URL

  15. X Liu, D K Zhou, A M Larar, W L Smith, P Schluessel, S M Newman, J P Taylor and W Wu. Retrieval of atmospheric profiles and cloud properties from IASI spectra using super-channels. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 9(23):9121–9142, 2009. URL

  16. Harold McInnes, Egill Jón Kristjánsson, Harald Schyberg and Bjørn Røsting. An assessment of a Greenland lee cyclone during the Greenland Flow Distortion experiment: An observational approach. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 135(645):1968–1985, 2009. URL

  17. P S Monks, C Granier, S Fuzzi, A Stohl, M L Williams, H Akimoto, M Amann, A Baklanov, U Baltensperger, I Bey, N Blake, R S Blake, K Carslaw, O R Cooper, F Dentener, D Fowler, E Fragkou, G J Frost, S Generoso, P Ginoux, V Grewe, A Guenther, H C Hansson, S Henne, J Hjorth, A Hofzumahaus, H Huntrieser, I S A Isaksen, M E Jenkin, J Kaiser, M Kanakidou, Z Klimont, M Kulmala, P Laj, M G Lawrence, J D Lee, C Liousse, M Maione, G McFiggans, A Metzger, A Mieville, N Moussiopoulos, J J Orlando, C D O'Dowd, P I Palmer, D D Parrish, A Petzold, U Platt, U Pöschl, A S H Prevot, C E Reeves, S Reimann, Y Rudich, K Sellegri, R Steinbrecher, D Simpson, H Brink, J Theloke, G R Werf, R Vautard, V Vestreng, Ch. Vlachokostas and R Glasow. Atmospheric composition change - global and regional air quality. Atmospheric Environment 43(33):5268–5350, 2009. URL

  18. W T Morgan, J D Allan, K N Bower, G Capes, J Crosier, P I Williams and H Coe. Vertical distribution of sub-micron aerosol chemical composition from North-Western Europe and the North-East Atlantic. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 9(15):5389–5401, 2009. URL

  19. G Myhre, T F Berglen, C R Hoyle, S A Christopher, H Coe, J Crosier, P Formenti, J M Haywood, M Johnsrud, T A Jones, N Loeb, S Osborne and L A Remer. Modelling of chemical and physical aerosol properties during the ADRIEX aerosol campaign. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 135():53–66, 2009. URL

  20. Stuart M Newman, Robert. O Knuteson, Daniel K Zhou, Allen. M Larar, William L Smith and Jonathan P Taylor. Radiative transfer validation study from the European Aqua Thermodynamic Experiment. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 135():277–290, 2009. URL

  21. S D Outten, I A Renfrew and G N Petersen. An easterly tip jet off Cape Farewell, Greenland. II: Simulations and dynamics. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 135(645):1934–1949, 2009. URL

  22. G N Petersen and I A Renfrew. Aircraft-based observations of air-sea fluxes over Denmark Strait and the Irminger Sea during high wind speed conditions. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 135():2030–2045, 2009. URL

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2008

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  2. Cédric Chou, Paola Formenti, Michel Maille, Patrick Ausset, Günter Helas, Mark Harrison and Simon Osborne. Size distribution, shape, and composition of mineral dust aerosols collected during the African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analysis Special Observation Period 0: Dust and Biomass-Burning Experiment field campaign in Niger, January 2006. Jounal of Geophysical Research 113(D23):D00C10, 2008. URL

  3. T W Choularton, K N Bower, E Weingartner, I Crawford, H Coe, M W Gallagher, M Flynn, J Crosier, P Connolly, A Targino, M R Alfarra, U Baltensperger, S Sjogren, Cozic J B Verheggen and M Gysel. The influence of small aerosol particles on the properties of water and ice clouds. Faraday Discussions 137():205–222, 2008.

  4. Jonathan Crosier, Mark Harrison, Bruce Macpherson, Mark Naylor and Simon Osborne. Prediction of visibility and aerosol within the operational Met Office Unified Model. II: Validation of model performance using observational data. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 134():1817–1832, 2008. URL

  5. C Delon, C E Reeves, D J Stewart, D Serça, R Dupont, C Mari, J -P Chaboureau and P Tulet. Biogenic nitrogen oxide emissions from soils - impact on NOx and ozone over West Africa during AMMA (African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Experiment): modelling study. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 8(9):2351–2363, 2008. URL

  6. P Formenti, J L Rajot, K Desboeufs, S Caquineau, S Chevaillier, S Nava, A Gaudichet, E Journet, S Triquet, S Alfaro, M Chiari, J Haywood, H Coe and E Highwood. Regional variability of the composition of mineral dust from western Africa: Results from the AMMA SOP0/DABEX and DODO field campaigns. Journal of Geophysical Research 113():D00C13, 2008. URL

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  8. Vanda Grubišić, James D Doyle, Joachim Kuettner, Richard Dirks, Stephen A Cohn, Laura L Pan, Stephen Mobbs, Ronald B Smith, David C Whiteman, Stanley Czyzyk, Simon Vosper, Martin Weissmann, Samuel Haimov, Stephan De F J Wekker and Fotini Katopodes Chow. The Terrain-Induced Rotor Experiment. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 89(10):1513–1533, 2008. URL

  9. J M Haywood, J Pelon, P Formenti, N Bharmal, M E Brooks, P Capes, C Chou, S A Christopher, H Coe, J Cuesta, Y Derimian, K Desboeufs, G Greed, M A J Harrison, B Heese, E J Highwood, B T Johnson, M Mallet, B Marticorena, J Marsham, S F Milton, G Myhre, S Osborne, D J Parker, J -L Rajot, M Schulz, A Slingo, D Tanré and P Tulet. Overview of the Dust and Biomass burning Experiment and African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analysis Special Observing Period. Journal of Geophysical Research 113():D00C17, 2008. URL

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  11. Serge Janicot, Chris D Thorncroft, Abdou Ali, Nicole Asencio, Gareth J Berry, Olivier Bock, Bernard Bourlès, Guy Caniaux, Fabrice Chauvin, Abdoulaye Deme, Laurent Kergoat, Jean-Philippe Lafore, Christophe Lavaysse, Thierry Lebel, Béatrice Marticoréna, Flore Mounier, Philippe Nédélec, Jean-Luc Redelsperger, Fabrizio Ravegnani, C E Reeves, Rémy Roca, Patricia De Rosnay, Hans Schlager, Benjamin Sultan, Mireille Tomasini and Alexey Ulanovsky. Large-scale overview of the summer monsoon over West Africa during the AMMA field experiment in 2006. Annales Geophysicae 26():2569–2595, 2008. URL

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  14. C Kottmeier, N Kalthoff, C Barthlott, U Corsmeier, Van J Baelen, A Behrendt, R Behrendt, A Blyth, R Coulter, S Crewell, Di P Girolamo, M Dorninger, C Flamant, T Foken, M Hagen, C Hauck, H Höller, H Konow, M Kunz, H Mahlke, S Mobbs, E Richard, R Steinacker, T Weckwerth, A Wieser and V Wulfmeyer. Mechanisms initiating deep convection over complex terrain during COPS. Meteorologische Zeitschrift 17:931–948, 2008.

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  22. Stephen Outten. A reverse tip jet during the Greenland Flow Distortion experiment. Weather 63(8):226–229, 2008.

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  26. I A Renfrew, G N Petersen, S Outten, D Sproson, G W K Moore, C Hay, T Ohigashi, S Zhang, J E Kristjansson, I Fore, H Olafsson, S L Gray, E A Irvine, K Bovis, P R A Brown, R Swinbank, T Haine, A Lawrence, R S Pickart, M Shapiro and A Woolley. The Greenland flow distortion experiment. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 89(9):1307–1324, 2008.

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2007

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  2. S R Arnold, J Methven, M J Evans, M P Chipperfield, A C Lewis, J R Hopkins, J B McQuaid, N Watson, R M Purvis, J D Lee, E L Atlas, D R Blake and B Rappenglück. Statistical inference of OH concentrations and air mass dilution rates from successive observations of nonmethane hydrocarbons in single air masses. Journal of Geophysical Research 112(D10):D10S40, May 2007. URL, DOI

  3. N Bousserez, J L Attié, V H Peuch, M Michou, G Pfister, D Edwards, L Emmons, C Mari, B Barret, S R Arnold, A Heckel, A Richter, H Schlager, A Lewis, M Avery, G Sachse, E V Browell and J W Hair. Evaluation of the MOCAGE chemistry transport model during the ICARTT/ITOP experiment. Journal of Geophysical Research 112(D10):D10S42, 2007. URL

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  13. A C Lewis, M J Evans, J Methven, N Watson, J D Lee, J R Hopkins, R M Purvis, S R Arnold, J B McQuaid, L K Whalley, M J Pilling, D E Heard, P S Monks, A E Parker, C E Reeves, D E Oram, G Mills, B J Bandy, D Stewart, H Coe, P Williams and J Crosier. Chemical composition observed over the mid-Atlantic and the detection of pollution signatures far from source regions. Journal of Geophysical Research 112():7598–7613, 2007. URL

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  15. Robert M Rauber, Harry T Ochs, Di L Girolamo, S Göke, E Snodgrass, Bjorn Stevens, Charles Knight, J B Jensen, D H Lenschow, R A Rilling, D C Rogers, J L Stith, B A Albrecht, P Zuidema, A M Blyth, C W Fairall, W A Brewer, S Tucker, S G Lasher-Trapp, O L Mayol-Bracero, G Vali, B Geerts, J R Anderson, B A Baker, R P Lawson, A R Bandy, D C Thornton, E Burnet, J-L Brenguier, L Gomes, P R A Brown, P Chuang, W R Cotton, H Gerber, B G Heikes, J G Hudson, P Kollias, S K Krueger, L Nuijens, D W O'Sullivan, A P Siebesma and C H Twohy. Rain in Shallow Cumulus Over the Ocean: The RICO Campaign. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 88(12):1912–1928, 2007. URL

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  17. Claire E Reeves, Jana Slemr, David E Oram, David Worton, Stuart A Penkett, David J Stewart, Ruth Purvis, Nicola Watson, Jim Hopkins, Ally Lewis, John Methven, Donald R Blake and Elliot Atlas. Alkyl nitrates in outflow from North America over the North Atlantic during Intercontinental Transport of Ozone and Precursors 2004. Journal of Geophysical Research 112():D10S37, 2007. URL

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2006

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2005

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