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2019
Pohlker C., Walter D., Paulsen H., Konemann T., Rodriguez-Caballero E., Moran-Zuloaga D., Brito J., Carbone S., Degrendele C., Despres V.R et al..  2019.  Land cover and its transformation in the backward trajectory footprint region of the Amazon Tall Tower Observatory. 19:8425-8470.
Shrivastava M., Andreae M.O, Artaxo P., Barbosa H.MJ, Berg L.K, Brito J., Ching J., Easter RC, Fan J.W, Fast J.D et al..  2019.  Urban pollution greatly enhances formation of natural aerosols over the Amazon rainforest. Nature Communications. 10
2018
Andreae M.O, Afchine A., Albrecht R., Holanda B.A, Artaxo P., Barbosa H.MJ, Borrmann S., Cecchini M.A, Costa A., Dollner M. et al..  2018.  Aerosol characteristics and particle production in the upper troposphere over the Amazon Basin. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:921-961.
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.
Schulz C., Schneider J., Holanda B.A, Appel O., Costa A., de Sa S.S, Dreiling V., Futterer D., Jurkat-Witschas T., Klimach T. et al..  2018.  Aircraft-based observations of isoprene-epoxydiol-derived secondary organic aerosol (IEPOX-SOA) in the tropical upper troposphere over the Amazon region. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:14979-15001.
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.
Machado L.AT, Calheiros A.JP, Biscaro T., Giangrande S., Dias M, Cecchini M.A, Albrecht R., Andreae M.O, Araujo W.F, Artaxo P. et al..  2018.  Overview: Precipitation characteristics and sensitivities to environmental conditions during GoAmazon2014/5 and ACRIDICON-CHUVA. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:6461-6482.
2017
Thalman R., de Sa S.S, Palm B.B, Barbosa H.MJ, Pohlker M.L, Alexander M.L, Brito J., Carbone S., Castillo P., Day DA et al..  2017.  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. 17:11779-11801.
Braga R.C, Rosenfeld D, Weigel R., Jurkat T., Andreae M.O, Wendisch M., Poehlker M.L, Klimach T., Poeschl U., Poehlker C. et al..  2017.  Comparing parameterized versus measured microphysical properties of tropical convective cloud bases during the ACRIDICON-CHUVA campaign. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:7365-7386.
Saturno J., Pohlker C., Massabo D., Brito J., Carbone S., Cheng Y.F, Chi X.G, Ditas F., de Angelis I.H, Moran-Zuloaga D. et al..  2017.  Comparison of different Aethalometer correction schemes and a reference multi-wavelength absorption technique for ambient aerosol data. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 10:2837-2850.
Cecchini M.A, Machado L.AT, Wendisch M., Costa A., Kramer M., Andreae M.O, Afchine A., Albrecht R.I, Artaxo P., Borrmann S. et al..  2017.  Illustration of microphysical processes in Amazonian deep convective clouds in the gamma phase space: introduction and potential applications. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:14727-14746.
Mikhailov E.F, Mironova S., Mironov G., Vlasenko S., Panov A., Chi X.G, Walter D., Carbone S., Artaxo P., Heimann M. et al..  2017.  Long-term measurements (2010-2014) of carbonaceous aerosol and carbon monoxide at the Zotino Tall Tower Observatory (ZOTTO) in central Siberia. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:14365-14392.
Cecchini M.A, Machado L.AT, Andreae M.O, Martin S.T, Albrecht R.I, Artaxo P., Barbosa H.MJ, Borrmann S., Futterer D., Jurkat T. et al..  2017.  Sensitivities of Amazonian clouds to aerosols and updraft speed. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:10037-10050.
2016
Wang J., Krejci R., Giangrandel S., Kuang C., Barbosa H.MJ, Brito J., Carbone S., Chi X.G, Comstock J., Ditas F. et al..  2016.  Amazon boundary layer aerosol concentration sustained by vertical transport during rainfall. Nature. 539:416-419.
Yanez-Serrano A.M, Nolscher A.C, Bourtsoukidis E., Derstroff B., Zannoni N., Gros V., Lanza M., Brito J., Noe S.M, House E. et al..  2016.  Atmospheric mixing ratios of methyl ethyl ketone (2-butanone) in tropical, boreal, temperate and marine environments. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 16:10965-10984.
Pohlker M.L, Pohlker C., Ditas F., Klimach T., de Angelis I.H, Araujo A., Brito J., Carbone S., Cheng Y.F, Chi X.G et al..  2016.  Long-term observations of cloud condensation nuclei in the Amazon rain forest - Part 1: Aerosol size distribution, hygroscopicity, and new model parametrizations for CCN prediction. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 16:15709-15740.
2015
Andreae M.O, Acevedo O.C, Araujo A., Artaxo P., Barbosa C.GG, Barbosa H.MJ, Brito J., Carbone S., Chi X., Cintra B.BL et al..  2015.  The Amazon Tall Tower Observatory (ATTO): overview of pilot measurements on ecosystem ecology, meteorology, trace gases, and aerosols. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 15:10723-10776.
2014
Tsigaridis K, Daskalakis N., Kanakidou M., Adams P.J, Artaxo P., Bahadur R., Balkanski Y, Bauer S.E, Bellouin N, Benedetti A. et al..  2014.  The AeroCom evaluation and intercomparison of organic aerosol in global models. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 14:10845-10895.
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