Wednesday, 5 August 2020
Emily Gordon's first paper published from her MSc thesis is currently the most downloaded paper in the last 12 months in the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (impact factor 5.958). The paper has been viewed nearly 5000 times .
The paper focuses on how Antarctic atmospheric chemistry changes are linked to space weather events (i.e., electrons hitting the Antarctic atmosphere from space). It is also featured on the NASA website for the Aura-satellite and the SPARC (Stratosphere-troposphere Processes And Their Role in Climate - a core project of WCRP) website
Citation: Gordon, E.M., Seppälä, A., and Tamminen, J.: Evidence for energetic particle precipitation and quasi-biennial oscillation modulations of the Antarctic NO2 springtime stratospheric column from OMI observations, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 6259-6271 2020