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The latest articles appearing in the EGU open-access journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.

An improved criterion for new particle formation in diverse atmospheric environments
C. Kuang, I. Riipinen, S.-L. Sihto, M. Kulmala, A. V. McCormick, and P. H. McMurry
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8469-8480.

Isoprene emissions modelling for West Africa: MEGAN model evaluation and sensitivity analysis
J. Ferreira, C. E. Reeves, J. G. Murphy, L. Garcia-Carreras, D. J. Parker, and D. E. Oram
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8453-8467.

Temporal and vertical variations of aerosol physical and chemical properties over West Africa: AMMA aircraft campaign in summer 2006
A. Matsuki, B. Quennehen, A. Schwarzenboeck, S. Crumeyrolle, H. Venzac, P. Laj, and L. Gomes
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8437-8451.

A closer look at Arctic ozone loss and polar stratospheric clouds
N. R. P. Harris, R. Lehmann, M. Rex, and P. von der Gathen
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8499-8510.

Multi-annual changes of NOx emissions in megacity regions: nonlinear trend analysis of satellite measurement based estimates
I. B. Konovalov, M. Beekmann, A. Richter, J. P. Burrows, and A. Hilboll
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8481-8498.

Composition and temporal behavior of ambient ions in the boreal forest
M. Ehn, H. Junninen, T. Petaja, T. Kurten, V.-M. Kerminen, S. Schobesberger, H. E. Manninen, I. K. Ortega, H. Vehkamaki, M. Kulmala, and D. R. Worsnop
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8513-8530.

Corrigendum to "Particle size distributions from laboratory-scale biomass fires using fast response instruments" published in Atmos. Chem. Phys., 10, 8065-8076, 2010
S. Hosseini, Q. Li, D. Cocker, D. Weise, A. Miller, M. Shrivastava, J. W. Miller, S. Mahalingam, M. Princevac, and H. Jung
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8511-8511.

Improved measurement of carbonaceous aerosol: evaluation of the sampling artifacts and inter-comparison of the thermal-optical analysis methods
Y. Cheng, K. B. He, F. K. Duan, M. Zheng, Y. L. Ma, J. H. Tan, and Z. Y. Du
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8533-8548.

Corrigendum to "Aerosol properties associated with air masses arriving into the North East Atlantic during the 2008 Mace Head EUCAARI intensive observing period: an overview" published in Atmos. Chem. Phys., 10, 8413-8435, 2010
M. Dall'Osto, D. Ceburnis, G. Martucci, J. Bialek, R. Dupuy, S. G. Jennings, H. Berresheim, J. C. Wenger, R. M. Healy, M. C. Facchini, M. Rinaldi, L. Giulianelli, E. Finessi, D. Worsnop, M. Ehn, J. Mikkila, M. Kulmala, J. Sodeau, and C. D. O'Dowd
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8549-8549.

Corrigendum to"A review of worldwide atmospheric mercury measurements" published in Atmos. Chem. Phys., 10, 8245-8265, 2010
F. Sprovieri, N. Pirrone, R. Ebinghaus, H. Kock, and A. Dommergue
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8531-8531.

Aerosol mass and black carbon concentrations, a two year record at NCO-P (5079 m, Southern Himalayas)
A. Marinoni, P. Cristofanelli, P. Laj, R. Duchi, F. Calzolari, S. Decesari, K. Sellegri, E. Vuillermoz, G. P. Verza, P. Villani, and P. Bonasoni
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8551-8562.

Temperature variability and trends in the UT-LS over a subtropical site: Reunion (20.8o S, 55.5o E)
N. Begue, H. Bencherif, V. Sivakumar, G. Kirgis, N. Mze, and J. Leclair de Bellevue
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8563-8574.

Novel method of generation of Ca(HCO3)2 and CaCO3 aerosols and first determination of hygroscopic and cloud condensation nuclei activation properties
D. F. Zhao, A. Buchholz, Th. F. Mentel, K.-P. Muller, J. Borchardt, A. Kiendler-Scharr, C. Spindler, R. Tillmann, A. Trimborn, T. Zhu, and A. Wahner
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8601-8616.

Analysis of 13C and 18O isotope data of CO2 in CARIBIC aircraft samples as tracers of upper troposphere/lower stratosphere mixing and the global carbon cycle
S. S. Assonov, C. A. M. Brenninkmeijer, T. J. Schuck, and P. Taylor
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8575-8599.

Assessing the trends and effects of environmental parameters on the behaviour of mercury in the lower atmosphere over cropped land over four seasons
A. P. Baya and B. Van Heyst
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8617-8628.

The potential influence of Asian and African mineral dust on ice, mixed-phase and liquid water clouds
A. Wiacek, T. Peter, and U. Lohmann
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8649-8667.

Validating the MYSTIC three-dimensional radiative transfer model with observations from the complex topography of Arizona's Meteor Crater
B. Mayer, S. W. Hoch, and C. D. Whiteman
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8685-8696.

An overview of the MILAGRO 2006 Campaign: Mexico City emissions and their transport and transformation
L. T. Molina, S. Madronich, J. S. Gaffney, E. Apel, B. de Foy, J. Fast, R. Ferrare, S. Herndon, J. L. Jimenez, B. Lamb, A. R. Osornio-Vargas, P. Russell, J. J. Schauer, P. S. Stevens, R. Volkamer, and M. Zavala
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8697-8760.

Comparison of TOMS retrievals and UVMRP measurements of surface spectral UV radiation in the United States
M. Xu, X.-Z. Liang, W. Gao, and N. Krotkov
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8669-8683.

Baseline levels and trends of ground level ozone in Canada and the United States
E. Chan and R. J. Vet
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8629-8647.

Observations of OH and HO2 radicals over West Africa
R. Commane, C. F. A. Floquet, T. Ingham, D. Stone, M. J. Evans, and D. E. Heard
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8783-8801.

Observations of elevated formaldehyde over a forest canopy suggest missing sources from rapid oxidation of arboreal hydrocarbons
W. Choi, I. C. Faloona, N. C. Bouvier-Brown, M. McKay, A. H. Goldstein, J. Mao, W. H. Brune, B. W. LaFranchi, R. C. Cohen, G. M. Wolfe, J. A. Thornton, D. M. Sonnenfroh, and D. B. Millet
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, pp. 8761-8781.


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