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Focus on high energy particles and atmospheric processes

Harrison, R. G. ORCID:, Nicoll, K. ORCID:, Takahashi, Y. and Yair, Y. (2015) Focus on high energy particles and atmospheric processes. Environmental Research Letters, 10 (10). 100201. ISSN 1748-9326

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The letters published in the ‘Focus issue on high energy particles and atmospheric processes’ serve to broaden the discussion about the influence of high energy particles on the atmosphere beyond their possible effects on clouds and climate. These letters link climate and meteorological processes with atmospheric electricity, atmospheric chemistry, high energy physics and aerosol science from the smallest molecular cluster ions through to liquid droplets. Progress in such a disparate and complex topic is very likely to benefit from continued interdisciplinary interactions between traditionally distinct science areas.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Meteorology
ID Code:44815
Publisher:Institute of Physics


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