Athanasios Nenes - Selected Publications#

Kodros, J.K., Papanastasiou, D., Paglione, M., Masiol, M., Squizzato, S., Florou, K., Skyllakou, K., Kaltsonoudis, C., Nenes, A., Pandis, S.N.P. (2020) Rapid dark aging of biomass burning as an overlooked source of oxidized organic aerosol, PNAS, vol. 117, no. 52; (in the top 5% of cited papers of its age; identifies completely new ways that pollution is formed in cities and affects public health)

Pye, H. O. T., Nenes, A., Alexander, B., Ault, A. P., Barth, M. C., Clegg, S. L., Collett Jr., J. L., Fahey, K. M., Hennigan, C. J., Herrmann, H., Kanakidou, M., Kelly, J. T., Ku, I.-T., McNeill, V. F., Riemer, N., Schaefer, T., Shi, G., Tilgner, A., Walker, J. T., Wang, T., Weber, R., Xing, J., Zaveri, R. A., and Zuend, A.: (2020) The Acidity of Atmospheric Particles and Clouds, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 4809–4888 (top downloaded paper in the journal for 2020; a first of its kind review co-lead by A. Nenes on acidity of atmospheric particles)

Ito, T., Nenes, A., Johnson, M. S., Meskhidze, N., Valett, J., and Deutsch, C. (2016) Late 20th century deoxygenation of the tropical Pacific enhanced by aerosol pollutants, Nature Geosci., doi:10.1038/ngeo2717

Sullivan, S.C., Lee, D., Oreopoulos, L., and Nenes, A (2016) Role of updraft velocity in temporal variability of cloud hydrometeor number, PNAS, 113, 21, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1514039113 (Showed that vertical velocity, is virtually unconstrained in climate models – yet drives most of the variability in cloud particle formation.)

Weber, R.J., Guo, H., Russell, A.G., Nenes, A. (2016) High aerosol acidity despite declining atmospheric sulfate concentrations over the past 15 years, Nature Geosci., doi:10.1038/ngeo2665 (182 citations to date. Proved that strongly acidic particles are ubiquitous and respond in counterintuitive ways to emissions.)

Xu, L., Guo, H., …, Weber, R., Nenes, A., Ng, N.L. (2015) Effects of Anthropogenic Emissions on Aerosol Formation from Isoprene and Monoterpenes in the Southeastern United States: Insights from SOAS and Beyond, PNAS, 112, 37-42, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1417609112 (~300 citations in the Web of Science)

Raatikainen,T., Nenes, A., et al. (2013) Worldwide data sets constrain the water vapor uptake coefficient in cloud formation, PNAS, 10.1073/pnas.1219591110 (solved a long-standing question: do organic “films” slowdown droplet growth and cloud formation?)

DeLeon-Rodriguez, N., Lathem, T.L., Rodriguez, L.M., Barazesh, J.M., Anderson, B.E., Beyersdorf, A.J., Ziemba, L.D., Bergin, M., Nenes, A., Konstantinidis, K.T. (2013) The microbiome of the upper troposphere: species composition and prevalence, effects of tropical storms, and atmospheric implications, PNAS, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1212089110 (~230 citations to date in Web of Science. identified that atmospheric bacteria are ubiquitous, viable and potentially affecting clouds everywhere)

Fountoukis, C. and Nenes, A. (2007) ISORROPIA II: A Computationally Efficient Aerosol Thermodynamic Equilibrium Model for K+ – Ca2+ – Mg2+ – NH4+ – Na+ – SO42- – NO3- – Cl- – H2O Aerosols, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 7, 4639–4659 (720 citations to date in Web of Science. Model of choice used worldwide to predict particulate matter composition).

Roberts, G., and Nenes, A. (2005) A Continuous-Flow Longitudinal Thermal-Gradient CCN Chamber for Atmospheric Measurements, Aeros. Sci. Tech., 39, 206–221, doi:10.1080/027868290913988 (~480 citations in the Web of Science. Paper illustrating the CCN instrument that was eventually patented and dominated the field)

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