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Paulo Eduardo Artaxo Netto

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Instituto de Física (IF)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Prof. Paulo made his undergraduate studies in Physics at the University of São Paulo, and got his BSc in 197, receiving his PhD in Environmental Physics at the same institute in 1985. At his Pos Doc he worked at the University of Antwerp, Belgium, University of Lund, Sweden, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and at the University of Harvard. In the 1980s, Prof. Artaxo initiated the study of tropical aerosols, emphasizing the importance of biomass burning in Amazonia as a source of climatically important aerosol particles. Since 1995, he is one of the leaders of the LBA (The Large Scale Biosphere Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia) Experiment. As one of coordinators of the LBA experiment, he coordinated several large international experiments such as ABLE-2A and 2B, TRACE-A, SCAR-B, SMOCC, CLAIRE 98, CLAIRE2001, EUSTACH, AMAZE, among others. He has a strong international role in fostering scientific growth in developing countries, being a member of the scientific steering committees of several IGBP (International Geosphere Biosphere Program) core projects such as IGAC (International Global Atmospheric Chemistry), iLEAPS (International Land Ecosystem-Atmosphere Process Study), BIBEX, DEBITS and was General Secretary of the CACGP (Commission of Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution). He worked at the CACGP Science Steering Committee from 1994-2004. He also was a formal member of the SCAR Global Change program, and WMO/IAPSAG on the assessment of the effects of aerosols on the global precipitation. He was a member of the IPCC group that analyzed the global effects of aviation on climate. He was director of the global change program of the Latin American CYTED institute (Programa Iberoamericano de Ciencia y Tecnología para el Desarrollo) from 2004 to 2007. He was a lead author of the IPCC Working Group 1 from 2005-2007, and a lead author of the IPCC AR4 and AR5 teams. Paulo Artaxo have published more than 448 scientific papers, and presented more than 1030 scientific papers in international conferences. He is one of the most cited Brazilian scientists with more than 16700 scientific citations, with an ?H-index? from the ISI Web of Sciences of 72. He has more than 37,000 citations on the Google Scholar database, and an H index of 92. He was the advisor of 50 MsC and PhD students, and helped to organize 29 international scientific conferences. For 8 years (2000-2008) Paulo Artaxo coordinated a large Brazilian government Millennium Institute for Amazonia, working in the scientific aspects of the Amazonian ecosystem and how to build up sustainable development for the Amazon region. Among his honors, Prof. Artaxo was elected member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences in 2005 and member of TWAS (The Academy of Sciences for the Developing World) in 2010. In 2004, the Brazilian Senate awarded him a special prize in recognition of his role in the contribution to the study of the effects of tropical aerosol particles on the hydrological cycle in Amazonia. In 2006, he was elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for his ?Pioneering research in the biogeochemical cycling of pollutants, synthesis of atmospheric-hydrological-climate interactions in the tropics and for leading Brazilian science to international preeminence?. In 2007, he was honored with the TWAS (The Academy of Sciences of the Developing World) Earth Science Prize, for his work on Amazonia. He was the recipient of the Award Dorothy Stang of 2007. In 2009 he was awarded with the title of Doctorate of Philosophy Honoris Causa of the University of Stockholm, Sweden. In 2010 he received the Fissan-Pui-TSI award for his work on international Scientific Cooperation. He also received in 2010 the Ordem do Mérito Científico Nacional, at the level of Comendador. In 2016 received the "Premio Almirante Álvaro Alberto" from MCTI, CNPq. He is an Emeritus Researcher from CNPq. In 2017 received the award Globo Faz a Diferenca. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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CIRINO, G. G.; SOUZA, R. A. F.; ADAMS, D. K.; ARTAXO, P.. The effect of atmospheric aerosol particles and clouds on net ecosystem exchange in the Amazon. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 14, n. 13, p. 6523-6543, . Web of Science Citations: 21. (10/52658-1, 08/57719-9, 08/58100-2)

DOS SANTOS, MERCEL J.; SILVA DIAS, MARIA A. F.; FREITAS, EDMILSON D.. Influence of local circulations on wind, moisture, and precipitation close to Manaus City, Amazon Region, Brazil. JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES, v. 119, n. 23, p. 13233-13249, . Web of Science Citations: 8. (13/05014-0, 09/15235-8)

GONZALEZ, N. J. D.; BORG-KARLSON, A. -K.; ARTAXO, P.; GUENTHER, A.; KREJCI, R.; NOZIERE, B.; NOONE, K.. Primary and secondary organics in the tropical Amazonian rainforest aerosols: chiral analysis of 2-methyltetraols. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE-PROCESSES & IMPACTS, v. 16, n. 6, p. 1413-1421, . Web of Science Citations: 5. (08/58100-2)


RIZZO, L. V.; ARTAXO, P.; MUELLER, T.; WIEDENSOHLER, A.; PAIXAO, M.; CIRINO, G. G.; ARANA, A.; SWIETLICKI, E.; ROLDIN, P.; FORS, E. O.; et al. Long term measurements of aerosol optical properties at a primary forest site in Amazonia. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 13, n. 5, p. 2391-2413, . Web of Science Citations: 21. (08/58100-2)

SENA, E. T.; ARTAXO, P.; CORREIA, A. L.. Spatial variability of the direct radiative forcing of biomass burning aerosols and the effects of land use change in Amazonia. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 13, n. 3, p. 1261-1275, . Web of Science Citations: 28. (09/08442-7, 10/15959-3, 08/58100-2)

BARBOSA, H. M. J.; BARJA, B.; PAULIQUEVIS, T.; GOUVEIA, D. A.; ARTAXO, P.; CIRINO, G. G.; SANTOS, R. M. N.; OLIVEIRA, A. B.. A permanent Raman lidar station in the Amazon: description, characterization, and first results. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, v. 7, n. 6, p. 1745-1762, . Web of Science Citations: 8. (12/16100-1, 09/15235-8, 12/14437-9)

BRITO, JOEL; WURM, FLORIAN; YANEZ-SERRANO, ANA MARIA; DE ASSUNCAO, JOAO VICENTE; GODOY, JOSE MARCUS; ARTAXO, PAULO. Vehicular Emission Ratios of VOCs in a Megacity Impacted by Extensive Ethanol Use: Results of Ambient Measurements in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Environmental Science & Technology, v. 49, n. 19, p. 11381-11387, . Web of Science Citations: 10. (13/25058-1)

REDDINGTON, C. L.; BUTT, E. W.; RIDLEY, D. A.; ARTAXO, P.; MORGAN, W. T.; COE, H.; SPRACKLEN, D. V.. Air quality and human health improvements from reductions in deforestation-related fire in Brazil. NATURE GEOSCIENCE, v. 8, n. 10, p. 768+, . Web of Science Citations: 22. (13/05014-0, 12/14437-9)

BRITO, J.; RIZZO, L. V.; MORGAN, W. T.; COE, H.; JOHNSON, B.; HAYWOOD, J.; LONGO, K.; FREITAS, S.; ANDREAE, M. O.; ARTAXO, P.. Ground-based aerosol characterization during the South American Biomass Burning Analysis (SAMBBA) field experiment. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 14, n. 22, p. 12069-12083, . Web of Science Citations: 32. (13/05014-0, 12/14437-9)

THALMAN, RYAN; DE SA, SUZANE S.; PALM, BRETT B.; BARBOSA, HENRIQUE M. J.; POEHLKER, MIRA L.; ALEXANDER, M. LIZABETH; BRITO, JOEL; CARBONE, SAMARA; CASTILLO, PAULO; DAY, DOUGLAS A.; et al. CCN activity and organic hygroscopicity of aerosols downwind of an urban region in central Amazonia: seasonal and diel variations and impact of anthropogenic emissions. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 17, n. 19, p. 11779-11801, . Web of Science Citations: 3. (13/05014-0, 13/50510-5)

SCOTT, C. E.; MONKS, S. A.; SPRACKLEN, D. V.; ARNOLD, S. R.; FORSTER, P. M.; RAP, A.; AIJALA, M.; ARTAXO, P.; CARSLAW, K. S.; CHIPPERFIELD, M. P.; et al. Impact on short-lived climate forcers increases projected warming due to deforestation. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, v. 9, . Web of Science Citations: 1. (08/58100-2)

KRISNA, TRISMONO C.; WENDISCH, MANFRED; EHRLICH, ANDRE; JAEKEL, EVELYN; FRANK, WERNER A.; WEIGEL, RALF; BORRMANN, STEPHAN; MAHNKE, CHRISTOPH; POESCHL, ULRICH; ANDREAE, MEINRAT O.; et al. Comparing airborne and satellite retrievals of cloud optical thickness and particle effective radius using a spectral radiance ratio technique: two case studies for cirrus and deep convective clouds. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 18, n. 7, p. 4439-4462, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (13/05014-0, 09/15235-8)

ROSENFELD, DANIEL; ZHENG, YOUTONG; HASHIMSHONI, EYAL; POEHLKER, MIRA L.; JEFFERSON, ANNE; POEHLKER, CHRISTOPHER; YU, XING; ZHU, YANNIAN; LIU, GUIHUA; YUE, ZHIGUO; et al. Satellite retrieval of cloud condensation nuclei concentrations by using clouds as CCN chambers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, v. 113, n. 21, p. 5828-5834, . Web of Science Citations: 14. (13/05014-0, 13/50510-5)

GOUVEIA, DIEGO A.; BARJA, BORIS; BARBOSA, HENRIQUE M. J.; SEIFERT, PATRIC; BAARS, HOLGER; PAULIQUEVIS, THEOTONIO; ARTAXO, PAULO. Optical and geometrical properties of cirrus clouds in Amazonia derived from 1 year of ground-based lidar measurements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 17, n. 5, p. 3619-3636, . Web of Science Citations: 1. (12/16100-1, 13/05014-0, 09/15235-8, 13/50510-5)

WANG, JIAN; KREJCI, RADOVAN; GIANGRANDEL, SCOTT; KUANG, CHONGAI; BARBOSA, HENRIQUE M. J.; BRITO, JOEL; CARBONE, SAMARA; CHI, XUGUANG; COMSTOCK, JENNIFER; DITAS, FLORIAN; et al. Amazon boundary layer aerosol concentration sustained by vertical transport during rainfall. Nature, v. 539, n. 7629, p. 416-419, . Web of Science Citations: 15. (13/05014-0, 09/15235-8, 13/50510-5)

CHINA, SWARUP; WANG, BINGBING; WEIS, JOHANNES; RIZZO, LUCIANA; BRITO, JOEL; CIRINO, GLAUBER G.; KOVARIK, LIBOR; ARTAXO, PAULO; GILLES, MARY K.; LASKIN, ALEXANDER. Rupturing of Biological Spores As a Source of Secondary Particles in Amazonia. Environmental Science & Technology, v. 50, n. 22, p. 12179-12186, . Web of Science Citations: 2. (08/58100-2, 13/25058-1, 13/05014-0)

ISAACMAN-VANWERTZ, GABRIEL; YEE, LINDSAY D.; KREISBERG, NATHAN M.; WERNIS, REBECCA; MOSS, JOSHUA A.; HERING, SUSANNE V.; DE SA, SUZANE S.; MARTIN, SCOT T.; ALEXANDER, M. LIZABETH; PALM, BRETT B.; et al. Ambient Gas-Particle Partitioning of Tracers for Biogenic Oxidation. Environmental Science & Technology, v. 50, n. 18, p. 9952-9962, . Web of Science Citations: 21. (13/05014-0)

SENA, ELISA T.; MCCOMISKEY, ALLISON; FEINGOLD, GRAHAM. A long-term study of aerosol-cloud interactions and their radiative effect at the Southern Great Plains using ground-based measurements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 16, n. 17, p. 11301-11318, . Web of Science Citations: 1. (14/04181-2, 13/08582-9)

YANEZ-SERRANO, A. M.; NOELSCHER, A. C.; BOURTSOUKIDIS, E.; DERSTROFF, B.; ZANNONI, N.; GROS, V.; LANZA, M.; BRITO, J.; NOE, S. M.; HOUSE, E.; et al. Atmospheric mixing ratios of methyl ethyl ketone (2-butanone) in tropical, boreal, temperate and marine environments. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 16, n. 17, p. 10965-10984, . Web of Science Citations: 6. (13/25058-1, 13/05014-0)

CHEN, Q.; FARMER, D. K.; RIZZO, L. V.; PAULIQUEVIS, T.; KUWATA, M.; KARL, T. G.; GUENTHER, A.; ALLAN, J. D.; COE, H.; ANDREAE, M. O.; et al. Submicron particle mass concentrations and sources in the Amazonian wet season (AMAZE-08). Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 15, n. 7, p. 3687-3701, . Web of Science Citations: 38. (10/52658-1, 08/58100-2, 12/14437-9)

BELA, M. M.; LONGO, K. M.; FREITAS, S. R.; MOREIRA, D. S.; BECK, V.; WOFSY, S. C.; GERBIG, C.; WIEDEMANN, K.; ANDREAE, M. O.; ARTAXO, P.. Ozone production and transport over the Amazon Basin during the dry-to-wet and wet-to-dry transition seasons. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 15, n. 2, p. 757-782, . Web of Science Citations: 10. (08/58100-2)

PACIFICO, F.; FOLBERTH, G. A.; SITCH, S.; HAYWOOD, J. M.; RIZZO, L. V.; MALAVELLE, F. F.; ARTAXO, P.. Biomass burning related ozone damage on vegetation over the Amazon forest: a model sensitivity study. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 15, n. 5, p. 2791-2804, . Web of Science Citations: 16. (08/58100-2, 12/14437-9)

WENDISCH, MANFRED; POESCHL, ULRICH; ANDREAE, MEINRAT O.; MACHADO, LUIZ A. T.; ALBRECHT, RACHEL; SCHLAGER, HANS; ROSENFELD, DANIEL; MARTIN, SCOT T.; ABDELMOMONEM, AHMED; AFCHINE, ARMIN; et al. ACRIDICON-CHUVA CAMPAIGN Studying Tropical Deep Convective Clouds and Precipitation over Amazonia Using the New German Research Aircraft HALO. BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY, v. 97, n. 10, p. 1885-1908, . Web of Science Citations: 22. (13/05014-0, 09/15235-8)

WHITEHEAD, JAMES D.; DARBYSHIRE, EOGHAN; BRITO, JOEL; BARBOSA, HENRIQUE M. J.; CRAWFORD, IAN; STERN, RAFAEL; GALLAGHER, MARTIN W.; KAYE, PAUL H.; ALLAN, JAMES D.; COE, HUGH; et al. Biogenic cloud nuclei in the central Amazon during the transition from wet to dry season. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 16, n. 15, p. 9727-9743, . Web of Science Citations: 10. (13/25058-1)


ARANA, ANDREA; LOUREIRO, ANA L.; BARBOSA, HENRIQUE M. J.; VAN GRIEKEN, RENE; ARTAXO, PAULO. Optimized energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence analysis of atmospheric aerosols collected at pristine and perturbed Amazon Basin sites. X-RAY SPECTROMETRY, v. 43, n. 4, p. 228-237, . Web of Science Citations: 4. (10/52658-1, 13/05014-0, 12/14437-9)

ARTAXO, PAULO; RIZZO, LUCIANA V.; BRITO, JOEL F.; BARBOSA, HENRIQUE M. J.; ARANA, ANDREA; SENA, ELISA T.; CIRINO, GLAUBER G.; BASTOS, WANDERLEI; MARTIN, SCOT T.; ANDREAE, MEINRAT O.. Atmospheric aerosols in Amazonia and land use change: from natural biogenic to biomass burning conditions. FARADAY DISCUSSIONS, v. 165, p. 203-235, . Web of Science Citations: 49. (10/52658-1, 08/58100-2, 12/14437-9)

ANDRÉA ARANA; PAULO ARTAXO. Composição elementar do aerossol atmosférico na região central da Bacia Amazônica. Química Nova, v. 37, n. 2, p. 268-276, . (08/58100-2)

CECCHINI, MICAEL A.; MACHADO, LUIZ A. T.; ANDREAE, MEINRAT O.; MARTIN, SCOT T.; ALBRECHT, RACHEL I.; ARTAXO, PAULO; BARBOSA, HENRIQUE M. J.; BORRMANN, STEPHAN; FUETTERER, DANIEL; JURKAT, TINA; et al. Sensitivities of Amazonian clouds to aerosols and updraft speed. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 17, n. 16, p. 10037-10050, . Web of Science Citations: 4. (14/08615-7, 13/05014-0, 09/15235-8, 14/21189-7)

ALVES, NILMARA DE OLIVEIRA; VESSONI, ALEXANDRE TEIXEIRA; QUINET, ANNABEL; FORTUNATO, RODRIGO SOARES; KAJITANI, GUSTAVO SATORU; PEIXOTO, MILENA SIMOES; HACON, SANDRA DE SOUZA; ARTAXO, PAULO; SALDIVA, PAULO; MARTINS MENCK, CARLOS FREDERICO; et al. Biomass burning in the Amazon region causes DNA damage and cell death in human lung cells. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, v. 7, . Web of Science Citations: 1. (14/02297-3, 14/15982-6, 13/05014-0)

LIU, YINGJUN; SECO, ROGER; KIM, SAEWUNG; GUENTHER, ALEX B.; GOLDSTEIN, ALLEN H.; KEUTSCH, FRANK N.; SPRINGSTON, STEPHEN R.; WATSON, THOMAS B.; ARTAXO, PAULO; SOUZA, RODRIGO A. F.; et al. Isoprene photo-oxidation products quantify the effect of pollution on hydroxyl radicals over Amazonia. SCIENCE ADVANCES, v. 4, n. 4, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (17/17047-0)

FAN, JIWEN; ROSENFELD, DANIEL; ZHANG, YUWEI; GIANGRANDE, SCOTT E.; LI, ZHANQING; MACHADO, LUIZ A. T.; MARTIN, SCOT T.; YANG, YAN; WANG, JIAN; ARTAXO, PAULO; et al. Substantial convection and precipitation enhancements by ultrafine aerosol particles. Science, v. 359, n. 6374, p. 411+, . Web of Science Citations: 2. (13/05014-0, 09/15235-8, 13/50510-5)

MONTEIRO DOS SANTOS, DJACINTO A.; BRITO, JOEL F.; GODOY, JOSE MARCUS; ARTAXO, PAULO. Ambient concentrations and insights on organic and elemental carbon dynamics in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Atmospheric Environment, v. 144, p. 226-233, . Web of Science Citations: 3. (13/25058-1)

SALVO, ALBERTO; BRITO, JOEL; ARTAXO, PAULO; GEIGER, FRANZ M.. Reduced ultrafine particle levels in Sao Paulo's atmosphere during shifts from gasoline to ethanol use. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, v. 8, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (13/25058-1, 13/05014-0)

JAEKEL, EVELYN; WENDISCH, MANFRED; KRISNA, TRISMONO C.; EWALD, FLORIAN; KOELLING, TOBIAS; JURKAT, TINA; VOIGT, CHRISTIANE; CECCHINI, MICAEL A.; MACHADO, LUIZ A. T.; AFCHINE, ARMIN; et al. Vertical distribution of the particle phase in tropical deep convective clouds as derived from cloud-side reflected solar radiation measurements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 17, n. 14, p. 9049-9066, . Web of Science Citations: 2. (13/05014-0, 09/15235-8)

ARTAXO‚ P.. The atmospheric component of biogeochemical cycles in the Amazon basin. THERAPIE, v. 25, p. 42-52, . (97/11358-9)

ARTAXO‚ P.; CALIXTO DE CAMPOS‚ R.; FERNANDES‚ E.T.; V MARTINS‚ J.; XIAO‚ Z.; LINDQVIST‚ O.; FERNÁNDEZ-JIMÉNEZ‚ M.T.; MAENHAUT‚ W.. Large scale mercury and trace element measurements in the Amazon basin. Atmospheric Environment, v. 34, n. 24, p. 4085-4096, . (97/11358-9)

YAMASOE‚ M.A.; ARTAXO‚ P.; MIGUEL‚ A.H.; ALLEN‚ A.G.; OTHERS. Chemical composition of aerosol particles from direct emissions of vegetation fires in the Amazon Basin: water-soluble species and trace elements. Atmospheric Environment, v. 34, n. 10, p. 1641-1653, . (97/11358-9)

CASTANHO‚ A.D.A.; ARTAXO‚ P.. Wintertime and summertime São Paulo aerosol source apportionment study. Atmospheric Environment, v. 35, n. 29, p. 4889-4902, . (97/00844-0, 99/12493-2)

SEIFERT, PATRIC; KUNZ, CLARA; BAARS, HOLGER; ANSMANN, ALBERT; BUEHL, JOHANNES; SENF, FABIAN; ENGELMANN, RONNY; ALTHAUSEN, DIETRICH; ARTAXO, PAULO. Seasonal variability of heterogeneous ice formation in stratiform clouds over the Amazon Basin. Geophysical Research Letters, v. 42, n. 13, p. 5587-5593, . Web of Science Citations: 7. (13/05014-0)

SENA, E. T.; ARTAXO, P.. A novel methodology for large-scale daily assessment of the direct radiative forcing of smoke aerosols. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 15, n. 10, p. 5471-5483, . Web of Science Citations: 4. (09/08442-7, 13/08582-9, 13/05014-0, 08/58100-2)

RAP, A.; SPRACKLEN, D. V.; MERCADO, L.; REDDINGTON, C. L.; HAYWOOD, J. M.; ELLIS, R. J.; PHILLIPS, O. L.; ARTAXO, P.; BONAL, D.; COUPE, N. RESTREPO; et al. Fires increase Amazon forest productivity through increases in diffuse radiation. Geophysical Research Letters, v. 42, n. 11, p. 4654-4662, . Web of Science Citations: 21. (14/50297-2, 13/05014-0)

HU, W. W.; CAMPUZANO-JOST, P.; PALM, B. B.; DAY, D. A.; ORTEGA, A. M.; HAYES, P. L.; KRECHMER, J. E.; CHEN, Q.; KUWATA, M.; LIU, Y. J.; et al. Characterization of a real-time tracer for isoprene epoxydiols-derived secondary organic aerosol (IEPOX-SOA) from aerosol mass spectrometer measurements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 15, n. 20, p. 11807-11833, . Web of Science Citations: 63. (14/05238-8, 13/05014-0)

SCOTT, C. E.; SPRACKLEN, D. V.; PIERCE, J. R.; RIIPINEN, I.; D'ANDREA, S. D.; RAP, A.; CARSLAW, K. S.; FORSTER, P. M.; ARTAXO, P.; KULMALA, M.; et al. Impact of gas-to-particle partitioning approaches on the simulated radiative effects of biogenic secondary organic aerosol. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 15, n. 22, p. 12989-13001, . Web of Science Citations: 11. (08/58100-2)

CARBONE, S.; ONASCH, T.; SAARIKOSKI, S.; TIMONEN, H.; SAARNIO, K.; SUEPER, D.; RONKKO, T.; PIRJOLA, L.; HAYRINEN, A.; WORSNOP, D.; et al. Characterization of trace metals on soot aerosol particles with the SP-AMS: detection and quantification. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, v. 8, n. 11, p. 4803-4815, . Web of Science Citations: 7. (14/05238-8)

JARDINE, K.; YANEZ-SERRANO, A. M.; WILLIAMS, J.; KUNERT, N.; JARDINE, A.; TAYLOR, T.; ABRELL, L.; ARTAXO, P.; GUENTHER, A.; HEWITT, C. N.; et al. Dimethyl sulfide in the Amazon rain forest. GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, v. 29, n. 1, p. 19-32, . Web of Science Citations: 18. (08/58100-2)

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