|Biomass‐burning emissions and associated haze layers over Amazonia|
MO Andreae, EV Browell, M Garstang, GL Gregory, RC Harriss, GF Hill, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 93 (D2), 1509-1527, 1988
|Optical fiber sensors|
J Dakin, B Culshaw
1997, 309, 1988
|Origin of ozone and NOx in the tropical troposphere: A photochemical analysis of aircraft observations over the South Atlantic basin|
DJ Jacob, EG Heikes, SM Fan, JA Logan, DL Mauzerall, JD Bradshaw, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 101 (D19), 24235-24250, 1996
|Validation of the Saharan dust plume conceptual model using lidar, Meteosat, and ECMWF data|
VM Karyampudi, SP Palm, JA Reagen, H Fang, WB Grant, RM Hoff, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 80 (6), 1045-1076, 1999
|Airborne lidar observations in the wintertime Arctic stratosphere: Polar stratospheric clouds|
EV Browell, CF Butler, S Ismail, PA Robinette, AF Carter, NS Higdon, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 17 (4), 385-388, 1990
|Calibration of the Total Carbon Column Observing Network using aircraft profile data|
D Wunch, GC Toon, PO Wennberg, SC Wofsy, RS Stephens, ...
|Validation of aura microwave limb sounder stratospheric ozone measurements|
L Froidevaux, YB Jiang, A Lambert, NJ Livesey, WG Read, JW Waters, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D15), 2008
|Where did tropospheric ozone over southern Africa and the tropical Atlantic come from in October 1992? Insights from TOMS, GTE TRACE A, and SAFARI 1992|
AM Thompson, KE Pickering, DP McNamara, MR Schoeberl, RD Hudson, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 101 (D19), 24251-24278, 1996
|Distribution and geochemistry of aerosols in the tropical North Atlantic troposphere: Relationship to Saharan dust|
RW Talbot, RC Harriss, EV Browell, GL Gregory, DI Sebacher, SM Beck
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 91 (D4), 5173-5182, 1986
|An analysis of lidar observations of polar stratospheric clouds|
OB Toon, EV Browell, S Kinne, J Jordan
Geophysical Research Letters 17 (4), 393-396, 1990
|NASA multipurpose airborne DIAL system and measurements of ozone and aerosol profiles|
EV Browell, AF Carter, ST Shipley, RJ Allen, CF Butler, MN Mayo, ...
Applied Optics 22 (4), 522-534, 1983
|Dehydration in the lower Antarctic stratosphere during late winter and early spring, 1987|
KK Kelly, AF Tuck, DM Murphy, MH Proffitt, DW Fahey, RL Jones, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 94 (D9), 11317-11357, 1989
|Ultraviolet DIAL measurements of O 3 profiles in regions of spatially inhomogeneous aerosols|
EV Browell, S Ismail, ST Shipley
Applied Optics 24 (17), 2827-2836, 1985
|Error caused by using a constant extinction/backscattering ratio in the lidar solution|
Y Sasano, EV Browell, S Ismail
Applied Optics 24 (22), 3929-3932, 1985
|Differential absorption lidar (DIAL) measurements from air and space|
EV Browell, S Ismail, WB Grant
Applied Physics B 67 (4), 399-410, 1998
|Asian outflow and trans‐Pacific transport of carbon monoxide and ozone pollution: An integrated satellite, aircraft, and model perspective|
CL Heald, DJ Jacob, AM Fiore, LK Emmons, JC Gille, MN Deeter, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 108 (D24), 2003
|Light scattering characteristics of various aerosol types derived from multiple wavelength lidar observations|
Y Sasano, EV Browell
Applied Optics 28 (9), 1670-1679, 1989
|Airborne and spaceborne lidar measurements of water vapor profiles: a sensitivity analysis|
S Ismail, EV Browell
Applied Optics 28 (17), 3603-3615, 1989
|Tropopause fold structure determined from airborne lidar and in situ measurements|
EV Browell, EF Danielsen, S Ismail, GL Gregory, SM Beck
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 92 (D2), 2112-2120, 1987
|The Amazon boundary layer experiment (ABLE 2A): Dry season 1985|
RC Harriss, SC Wofsy, M Garstang, EV Browell, LCB Molion, RJ McNeal, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 93 (D2), 1351-1360, 1988