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Publications Citing ATom: Aircraft Flight Track and Navigational Data

The following 5 publications cited the product ATom: Aircraft Flight Track and Navigational Data.

Year Citation
2023 Baublitz, C.B., A.M. Fiore, S.M. Ludwig, J.M. Nicely, G.M. Wolfe, L.T. Murray, R. Commane, M.J. Prather, D.C. Anderson, G. Correa, B.N. Duncan, M. Follette-Cook, D.M. Westervelt, I. Bourgeois, W.H. Brune, T.P. Bui, J.P. DiGangi, G.S. Diskin, S.R. Hall, K. McKain, D.O. Miller, J. Peischl, A.B. Thames, C.R. Thompson, K. Ullmann, and S.C. Wofsy. 2023. An observation-based, reduced-form model for oxidation in the remote marine troposphere. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 120(34).
2022 Liu, M., H. Matsui, D.S. Hamilton, K.D. Lamb, S.D. Rathod, J.P. Schwarz, and N.M. Mahowald. 2022. The underappreciated role of anthropogenic sources in atmospheric soluble iron flux to the Southern Ocean. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science. 5(1).
2021 Lamb, K.D., H. Matsui, J.M. Katich, A.E. Perring, J.R. Spackman, B. Weinzierl, M. Dollner, and J.P. Schwarz. 2021. Global-scale constraints on light-absorbing anthropogenic iron oxide aerosols. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science. 4(1):
2021 Liu, M. and H. Matsui. 2021. Improved Simulations of Global Black Carbon Distributions by Modifying Wet Scavenging Processes in Convective and Mixed-Phase Clouds. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 126(3):
2021 Naus, S., S.A. Montzka, P.K. Patra, and M.C. Krol. 2021. A three-dimensional-model inversion of methyl chloroform to constrain the atmospheric oxidative capacity. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 21(6):4809-4824.