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2018
Saturno J., Ditas F., de Vries M.P, Holanda B.A, Pohlker M.L, Carbone S., Walter D., Bobrowski N., Brito J., Chi X.G et al..  2018.  African volcanic emissions influencing atmospheric aerosols over the Amazon rain forest. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:10391-10405.
Saturno J., Holanda B.A, Pohlker C., Ditas F., Wang Q.Q, Moran-Zuloaga D., Brito J., Carbone S., Cheng Y.F, Chi X.G et al..  2018.  Black and brown carbon over central Amazonia: long-term aerosol measurements at the ATTO site. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:12817-12843.
Pohlker M.L, Ditas F., Saturno J., Klimach T., de Angelis I.H, Araujo A.C, Brito J., Carbone S., Cheng Y.F, Chi X.G et al..  2018.  Long-term observations of cloud condensation nuclei over the Amazon rain forest - Part 2: Variability and characteristics of biomass burning, long-range transport, and pristine rain forest aerosols. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:10289-10331.
Moran-Zuloaga D., Ditas F., Walters D., Saturno J., Brito J., Carbone S., Chi X.G, de Angelis I.H, Baars H., Godoi R.HM et al..  2018.  Long-term study on coarse mode aerosols in the Amazon rain forest with the frequent intrusion of Saharan dust plumes. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:10055-10088.
Ditas J., Ma N., Zhang Y., Assmann D., Neumaier M., Riede H., Karu E., Williams J., Scharffe D., Wang Q.Q et al..  2018.  Strong impact of wildfires on the abundance and aging of black carbon in the lowermost stratosphere. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 115:E11595-E11603.
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