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June 2011

Ilyinskaya, E. and Tsanev, V.I. and Martin, R. S. and Oppenheimer, C. and Le Blond, J. and Sawyer, G.M. and Gudmundsson, M.T. (2011) Near-source observations of aerosol size distributions in the eruptive plumes from Eyjafjallajökull volcano, March-April 2010. Atmospheric Environment, 45 (18). pp. 3210-3216. DOI

January 2011

Martin, R. S. and Ilyinskaya, E. and Sawyer, G. M. and Tsanev, V. I. and Oppenheimer, C. (2011) A re-assessment of aerosols from Masaya volcano, Nicaragua. Atmospheric Environment, 45 (3). pp. 547-560. ISSN 1352-2310 DOI


Witt, M. and Baker, A. R. and Jickells, T. D. (2006) Atmospheric trace metals over the Atlantic and South Indian Oceans: Investigation of metal concentrations and lead isotope ratios in coastal and remote marine aerosols. Atmospheric Environment, 40 (28). pp. 5435-5451.

Avery, G. B. and Kieber, R. J. and Witt, M. and Willey, J. D. (2006) Rainwater monocarboxylic and dicarboxylic acid concentrations in southeastern North Carolina, USA, as a function of air-mass back-trajectory. Atmospheric Environment, 40. pp. 1683-1693.

October 2005

Oppenheimer, C. and Kyle, P. R. and Tsanev, V. I. and McGonigle, A. J. S. and Mather, T. A. and Sweeney, D. (2005) Mt. Erebus, the largest point source of NO2 in Antarctica. Atmospheric Environment, 39. pp. 6000-6006. DOI


Jickells, T. D. and Witt, M. (2005) Copper complexation in marine and terrestrial rain water. Atmospheric Environment, 37. pp. 7657-7666. DOI

Pyle, D. M. and Mather, T. A. (2005) The regional influence of volcanic emissions from Popocatéptl, Mexico. Discussion of "Measurement of aerosol particles, gases and flux radiation in the Pico de Orizaba Nacional Park, and its relationship to air pollution transport", Márquez et al., 2005, Atmospheric Environment, 39, 3877-3890. Atmospheric Environment, 39. pp. 6475-6478. DOI

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