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Atmospheric Chemistry

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Atmospheric Chemistry and Composition

Scientific Satellite Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment

Scientific Satellite Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment

Atmospheric Chemistry, Modeling, and Biogeochemistry of Mercury

Data assimilation in atmospheric chemistry and air quality

HEWITT, (Charles) Nicholas (born 1953), Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry, Lancaster University, since 1993

LEWIS, Alastair Charles (born 1971), Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry, University of York, since 2006; Research Director, National Centre for Atmospheric Science, since 2006

CRUTZEN, Dr Paul (born 1933), Director, Atmospheric Chemistry Division, Max-Planck Institute for Chemistry, Germany, 1980–2000

MONKS, Paul Steven (born 1967), Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry and Earth Observation Science, University of Leicester, since 2007

From black box to white box at open access journals: predictive validity of manuscript reviewing and editorial decisions at Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

Effects of elevated concentrations of atmospheric CO2 and tropospheric O3 on leaf litter production and chemistry in trembling aspen and paper birch communities†

Tissue chemistry and carbon allocation in seedlings of Pinus palustris subjected to elevated atmospheric CO2 and water stress

PYLE, John Adrian (born 1951), Director, Centre for Atmospheric Science, since 1992, and 1920 Professor of Physical Chemistry, since 2007, University of Cambridge; Fellow, St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, since 1986

 

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The study of the chemical composition of the atmosphere, of aerosols, pollutants, and rainfall, and the various chemical reactions in which they are involved. It includes the processes of dissociation, ionization, and recombination, and the general group of reactions known as photochemistry. Certain chemical cycles are of particular importance, especially the carbon cycle, the hydrological cycle, and the nitrogen cycle.

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