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2018
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.
2016
Wilcox E.M, Thomas R.M, Praveen P.S, Pistone K., Bender F.AM, Ramanathan V.  2016.  Black carbon solar absorption suppresses turbulence in the atmospheric boundary layer. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 113:11794-11799.
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.
2014
Doherty O.M, Evan AT.  2014.  Identification of a new dust-stratocumulus indirect effect over the tropical North Atlantic. Geophysical Research Letters. 41:6935-6942.