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Fang X.K, Park S., Saito T., Tunnicliffe R., Ganesan A.L, Rigby M, Li S.L, Yokouchi Y., Fraser PJ, Harth CM et al..  2019.  Rapid increase in ozone-depleting chloroform emissions from China. Nature Geoscience. 12:89-+.
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.
Vollmer M.K, Young D, Trudinger C.M, Mühle J, Henne S., Rigby M, Park S., Li S., Guillevic M., Mitrevski B. et al..  2018.  Atmospheric histories and emissions of chlorofluorocarbons CFC-13 (CClF3), Sigma CFC-114 (C2Cl2F4), and CFC-115 (C2ClF5). Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:979-1002.
Krisna T.C, Wendisch M., Ehrlich A., Jakel E., Frank W.A, Weigel R., Borrmann S., Mahnke C., Poschl U., Andreae M.O et al..  2018.  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. 18:4439-4462.
Elvidge E.L, Bonisch H., Brenninkmeijer C.AM, Engel A., Fraser PJ, Gallacher E., Langenfelds R., Mühle J, Oram D.E, Ray E.A et al..  2018.  Evaluation of stratospheric age of air from CF4, C2F6, C3F8, CHF3, HFC-125, HFC-227ea and SF6; implications for the calculations of halocarbon lifetimes, fractional release factors and ozone depletion potentials. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:3369-3385.
Stanley K.M, Grant A., O'Doherty S, Young D, Manning A.J, Stavert A.R, Spain T.G, Salameh PK, Harth CM, Simmonds PG et al..  2018.  Greenhouse gas measurements from a UK network of tall towers: technical description and first results. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 11:1437-1458.
Prinn RG, Weiss RF, Arduini J., Arnold T., DeWitt H.L, Fraser PJ, Ganesan A.L, Gasore J., Harth CM, Hermansen O. et al..  2018.  History of chemically and radiatively important atmospheric gases from the Advanced Global Atmospheric Gases Experiment (AGAGE). Earth System Science Data. 10:985-1018.
Arnold T., Manning A.J, Kim J., Li S.L, Webster H., Thomson D., Mühle J, Weiss RF, Park S., O'Doherty S.  2018.  Inverse modelling of CF4 and NF3 emissions in East Asia. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:13305-13320.
Panter K.S, Castillo P., Krans S., Deering C., McIntosh W., Valley J.W, Kitajima K., Kyle P., Hart S., Blusztajn J..  2018.  Melt origin across a rifted continental margin: A case for subduction-related metasomatic agents in the lithospheric source of alkaline basalt, NW Ross Sea, Antarctica. Journal of Petrology. 59:517-557.
Stephens B.B, Long M.C, Keeling RF, Kort E.A, Sweeney C, Apel E.C, Atlas E.L, Beaton S., Bent J.D, Blake N.J et al..  2018.  The O-2/N-2 Ratio and CO2 Airborne Southern Ocean Study. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 99:381-402.
Simmonds PG, Rigby M, McCulloch A, Vollmer M.K, Henne S., Mühle J, O'Doherty S, Manning A.J, Krummel PB, Fraser PJ et al..  2018.  Recent increases in the atmospheric growth rate and emissions of HFC-23 (CHF3) and the link to HCFC-22 (CHClF2) production. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:4153-4169.
Simmonds PG, Rigby M, McCulloch A, O'Doherty S, Young D, Mühle J, Krummel PB, Steele P., Fraser PJ, Manning A.J et al..  2017.  Changing trends and emissions of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and their hydrofluorocarbon (HFCs) replacements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:4641-4655.
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.
Braga R.C, Rosenfeld D, Weigel R., Jurkat T., Andreae M.O, Wendisch M., Poschl U., Voigt C., Mahnke C., Borrmann S. et al..  2017.  Further evidence for CCN aerosol concentrations determining the height of warm rain and ice initiation in convective clouds over the Amazon basin. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:14433-14456.
Meinshausen M., Vogel E., Nauels A., Lorbacher K., Meinshausen N., Etheridge D.M, Fraser PJ, Montzka SA, Rayner P.J, Trudinger C.M et al..  2017.  Historical greenhouse gas concentrations for climate modelling (CMIP6). Geoscientific Model Development. 10:2057-2116.
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.
Zhai P.W, Knobelspiesse K., Ibrahim A., Franz B.A, Hu Y.X, Gao M., Frouin R..  2017.  Water-leaving contribution to polarized radiation field over ocean. Optics Express. 25:A689-A708.
Davison P.C, Koslow JA, Kloser R.J.  2015.  Acoustic biomass estimation of mesopelagic fish: backscattering from individuals, populations, and communities. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 72:1413-1424.
Arnold T., Ivy D.J, Harth CM, Vollmer M.K, Mühle J, Salameh PK, Steele LP, Krummel PB, Wang R.HJ, Young D et al..  2014.  HFC-43-10mee atmospheric abundances and global emission estimates. Geophysical Research Letters. 41:2228-2235.
Rigby M, Prinn RG, O'Doherty S, Miller B.R, Ivy D., Mühle J, Harth CM, Salameh PK, Arnold T., Weiss RF et al..  2014.  Recent and future trends in synthetic greenhouse gas radiative forcing. Geophysical Research Letters. 41:2623-2630.