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  • Aerosol Hygroscopic Growth in Marine and Continental Air 

    Bialek, Jakub (2013-09-24)
    Aerosol particulate matter contributes significantly to the global climate directly, through scattering and absorption of solar radiation, and indirectly, through changing cloud reflectance and cloud cover persistence. ...
  • Air to sea gas exchange of CO2 in the north-east Atlantic Ocean 

    Keane-Brennan, Jevon (2011-12-08)
    Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations have been rising for the past 200 years, and started increasing at a faster rate during the last 60 years. The world's oceans act as a reservoir for large amounts of CO_2. How they ...
  • New Particle Formation in Marine Air 

    Monahan, Ciarán (2012-11-28)
    Marine aerosols contribute significantly to global climate directly by absorbing or scattering solar radiation, as well as indirectly by altering the reflectance and persistence of clouds. This work presents results of ...
  • Regional Scale Modelling of Boundary Layer Ozone and Influences of Climate Change 

    Coleman, Mary (2013-02-20)
    Ozone is a major air quality parameter, a key player in atmospheric chemistry and instrumental in greenhouse gas forcing. Consequently, the subject of ozone pollution warrants significant consideration in the construction ...