da Silva, Arlindo M.

  1. Buchard V, Silva A, Randles C, Colarco P, Ferrare R, Hair J, Hostetler C, Tackett J, Winker D. EVALUATION OF THE SURFACE PM2.5 IN VERSION 1 OF THE NASA MERRA AEROSOL REANALYSIS OVER THE UNITED STATES. Atmospheric Environment. 2016;125 (A):100-111.
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  2. Putman W, Ott L, Darmenov A, daSilva A. GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE OF ATMOSPHERIC CARBON DIOXIDE CONCENTRATIONS. Parallel Computing. 2016;55
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  3. Barre J, Edwards D, Worden H, Arellano A, Gaubert B, da Silva A, Lahoz W, Anderson J. ON THE FEASIBILITY OF MONITORING CARBON MONOXIDE IN THE LOWER TROPOSPHERE FROM A CONSTELLATION OF NORTHERN HEMISPHERE GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITES: GLOBAL SCALE ASSIMILATION EXPERIMENTS (PART II). Atmospheric Environment. 2016;
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  4. Yasunari T, Colarco P, Lau W, Osada K, Kido M, Mahanama S, Kim K, da Silva A. TOTAL DUST DEPOSITION FLUX DURING PRECIPITATION IN TOYAMA, JAPAN, IN THE SPRING OF 2009: A SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS WITH THE NASA GEOS-5 MODEL. Atmospheric Research. 2016;167 298-313.
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  5. Saide P, Spak S, Pierce R, Otkin J, Schaack T, Heidinger A, da Silva A, Kacenelenbogen M, Redemann J, Carmichael G. CENTRAL AMERICAN BIOMASS BURNING SMOKE CAN INCREASE TORNADO SEVERITY IN THE US. Geophys. Res. Lett. 2015;42 (3):956-965.
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  6. Long M, Yantosca R, Nielsen J, Keller C, da Silva A, Sulprizio M, Pawson S, Jacob D. DEVELOPMENT OF A GRID-INDEPENDENT GEOS-CHEM CHEMICAL TRANSPORT MODEL (V9-02) AS AN ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY MODULE FOR EARTH SYSTEM MODELS. Geosci. Model Dev. 2015;8 (3):595-602.
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  7. Sessions W, Reid J, Benedetti A, Colarco P, da Silva A, Lu S, Sekiyama T, Tanaka T, Baldasano J, Basart S, Brooks M, Eck T, Iredell M, Hansen J, Jorba O, Juang H, Lynch P, Morcrette J, Moorthi S, Mulcahy J, Pradhan Y, Razinger M, Sampson C, Wang J, Westphal D. DEVELOPMENT TOWARDS A GLOBAL OPERATIONAL AEROSOL CONSENSUS: BASIC CLIMATOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE FOR AEROSOL PREDICTION MULTI-MODEL ENSEMBLE (ICAP-MME). Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2015;15 (1):335-362.
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  8. Sessions W, Reid J, Benedetti A, Colarco P, da Silva A, Lu S, Sekiyama T, Tanaka T, Baldasano J, Basart S, Brooks M, Eck T, Iredell M, Hansen J, Jorba O, Juang H, Lynch P, Morcrette J, Moorthi S, Mulcahy J, Pradhan Y, Razinger M, Sampson C, Wang J, Westphal D. DEVELOPMENT TOWARDS A GLOBAL OPERATIONAL AEROSOL CONSENSUS: BASIC CLIMATOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE FOR AEROSOL PREDICTION MULTI-MODEL ENSEMBLE (ICAP-MME) (VOL 15, PG 335, 2015). Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2015;15 (5):2533-2534.
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  9. Bosilovich M, Chern J, Mocko D, Robertson F, da Silva A. EVALUATING OBSERVATION INFLUENCE ON REGIONAL WATER BUDGETS IN REANALYSES. J. Clim. 2015;28 (9):3631-3649.
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  10. Huang M, Bowman K, Carmichael G, Lee M, Chai T, Spak S, Henze D, Darmenov A, da Silva A. IMPROVED WESTERN US BACKGROUND OZONE ESTIMATES VIA CONSTRAINING NONLOCAL AND LOCAL SOURCE CONTRIBUTIONS USING AURA TES AND OMI OBSERVATIONS. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. 2015;120 (8):3572-3592.
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  11. Barre J, Edwards D, Worden H, Da Silva A, Lahoz W. ON THE FEASIBILITY OF MONITORING CARBON MONOXIDE IN THE LOWER TROPOSPHERE FROM A CONSTELLATION OF NORTHERN HEMISPHERE GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITES. (PART 1). Atmos. Environ. 2015;113 63-77.
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  12. Barré J, Edwards D, Worden H, Silva A, Lahoz W. ON THE FEASIBILITY OF MONITORING CARBON MONXIDE IN THE LOWER TROPOSPHERE FROM A CONSTELLATION OF NORTHERN HEMISPHERE GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITES. (PART 1). Atmospheric Environment. 2015;113 63-77.
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  13. Yi B, Yang P, Dessler A, da Silva A. RESPONSE OF AEROSOL DIRECT RADIATIVE EFFECT TO THE EAST ASIAN SUMMER MONSOON. IEEE Geosci. Remote Sens. Lett. 2015;12 (3):597-600.
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  14. Saide P, Peterson D, da Silva A, Anderson B, Ziemba L, Diskin G, Sachse G, Hair J, Butler C, Fenn M, Jimenez J, Campuzano-Jost P, Perring A, Schwarz J, Markovic M, Russell P, Redemann J, Shinozuka Y, Streets D, Yan F, Dibb J, Yokelson R, Toon O, Hyer E, Carmichael G. REVEALING IMPORTANT NOCTURNAL AND DAY-TO-DAY VARIATIONS IN FIRE SMOKE EMISSIONS THROUGH A MULTIPLATFORM INVERSION. Geophys. Res. Lett. 2015;42 (9):3609-3618.
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  15. Kishcha P, da Silva A, Starobinets B, Long C, Kalashnikova O, Alpert P. SAHARAN DUST AS A CAUSAL FACTOR OF HEMISPHERIC ASYMMETRY IN AEROSOLS AND CLOUD COVER OVER THE TROPICAL ATLANTIC OCEAN. Int. J. Remote Sens. 2015;36 (13):3423-3445.
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  16. Nowottnick E, Colarco P, Welton E, da Silva A. USE OF THE CALIOP VERTICAL FEATURE MASK FOR EVALUATING GLOBAL AEROSOL MODELS. Atmos. Meas. Tech. 2015;8 (9):3647-3669.
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  17. Buchard V, da Silva A, Colarco P, Darmenov A, Randles C, Govindaraju R, Torres O, Campbell J, Spurr R. USING THE OMI AEROSOL INDEX AND ABSORPTION AEROSOL OPTICAL DEPTH TO EVALUATE THE NASA MERRA AEROSOL REANALYSIS. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2015;15 (10):5743-5760.
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  18. Kishcha P, da Silva A, Starobinets B, Alpert P. AIR POLLUTION OVER THE GANGES BASIN AND NORTHWEST BAY OF BENGAL IN THE EARLY POSTMONSOON SEASON BASED ON NASA MERRAERO DATA. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. 2014;119 (3):1555-1570.
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  19. Matsui T, Ichoku C, Randles C, Yuan T, da Silva A, Colarco P, Kim D, Levy R, Sayer A, Chin M, Giles D, Holben B, Welton E, Eck T, Remer L. CURRENT AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES OF AEROSOL RESEARCH AT NASA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER. Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc. 2014;95 (10):ES203-ES207.
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  20. Buchard V, da Silva A, Colarco P, Krotkov N, Dickerson R, Stehr J, Mount G, Spinei E, Arkinson H, He H. EVALUATION OF GEOS-5 SULFUR DIOXIDE SIMULATIONS DURING THE FROSTBURG, MD 2010 FIELD CAMPAIGN. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2014;14 (4):1929-1941.
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