Journal Articles

Each year NCAR/UCAR scientists and research staff disseminate the results of their research by publishing hundreds of articles. Our collection of Journal Articles contains peer-reviewed journal articles and published conference proceedings. We provide full text access to article where possible.

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Chemical composition and source apportionment of ambient, household, and personal exposures to PM2.5 in communities using biomass stoves in rural China
Increasing women’s engagement in vector control: a report from Accelerate To Equal project workshops
Effect of biomass burning on black carbon (BC) in South Asia and Tibetan Plateau: The analysis of WRF-Chem modeling
Climate change caused by human activities is happening and it already has major consequences
On the Dynamical Mechanisms Governing El Niño–Southern Oscillation Irregularity
Tropical Cyclone Track Sensitivity in Deformation Steering Flow
The equations of the multi-phase humid atmosphere expressed as a quasi variational inequality
The Impact of Boreal Summer ENSO Events on Tropical Lower Stratospheric Ozone
Migrating big video data to cloud: a peer-assisted approach for VoD
Coupling stated preferences with a hydrological water resource model to inform water policies for residential areas in the Okanagan Basin, Canada
Horizontal Dispersion of Buoyant Materials in the Ocean Surface Boundary Layer
Improving understanding of soil organic matter dynamics by triangulating theories, measurements, and models
An Updated Solar Cycle 25 Prediction With AFT: The Modern Minimum
Toward Low-Level Turbulence Forecasting at Eddy-Resolving Scales
Comment on “Surface Air Relative Humidities Spuriously Exceeding 100% in CMIP5 Model Output and Their Impact on Future Projections” by K. Ruosteenoja et al. (2017)
Global warming policy: Is population left out in the cold?
On the Role of Heterogeneous Chemistry in Ozone Depletion and Recovery
               Top-Down Estimates of NO
Sources of Black Carbon Deposition to the Himalayan Glaciers in Current and Future Climates
Self-Consistent Modeling of Electron Precipitation and Responses in the Ionosphere: Application to Low-Altitude Energization During Substorms