Ariel Stein
Ariel Stein
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NOAA’s HYSPLIT atmospheric transport and dispersion modeling system
AF Stein, RR Draxler, GD Rolph, BJB Stunder, MD Cohen, F Ngan
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (12), 2059-2077, 2015
Real-time environmental applications and display system: READY
G Rolph, A Stein, B Stunder
Environmental Modelling & Software 95, 210-228, 2017
HYSPLIT4̲ Users's Guide
RR Draxler, B Stunder, G Rolph, A Stein, A Taylor
US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration …, 1999
Determination of the contribution of northern Africa dust source areas to PM10 concentrations over the central Iberian Peninsula using the Hybrid Single‐Particle Lagrangian …
M Escudero, A Stein, RR Draxler, X Querol, A Alastuey, S Castillo, A Avila
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 111 (D6), 2006
A hybrid modeling approach to resolve pollutant concentrations in an urban area
AF Stein, V Isakov, J Godowitch, RR Draxler
Atmospheric Environment 41 (40), 9410-9426, 2007
Does dust from Patagonia reach the sub‐Antarctic Atlantic Ocean?
S Gassó, AF Stein
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (1), 2007
Description and verification of the NOAA smoke forecasting system: the 2007 fire season
GD Rolph, RR Draxler, AF Stein, A Taylor, MG Ruminski, S Kondragunta, ...
Weather and Forecasting 24 (2), 361-378, 2009
Size distribution and concentrations of heavy metals in atmospheric aerosols originating from industrial emissions as predicted by the HYSPLIT model
B Chen, AF Stein, PG Maldonado, AMS de la Campa, ...
Atmospheric Environment 71, 234-244, 2013
The New England air quality forecasting pilot program: Development of an evaluation protocol and performance benchmark
D Kang, BK Eder, AF Stein, GA Grell, SE Peckham, J McHenry
Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 55 (12), 1782-1796, 2005
Recent increase of surface particulate matter concentrations in the Seoul Metropolitan Area, Korea
HC Kim, S Kim, BU Kim, CS Jin, S Hong, R Park, SW Son, C Bae, MA Bae, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-7, 2017
Evaluation of Lagrangian particle dispersion models with measurements from controlled tracer releases
J Hegarty, RR Draxler, AF Stein, J Brioude, M Mountain, J Eluszkiewicz, ...
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 52 (12), 2623-2637, 2013
Global sand and dust storms in 2008: Observation and HYSPLIT model verification
Y Wang, AF Stein, RR Draxler, D Jesús, X Zhang
Atmospheric environment 45 (35), 6368-6381, 2011
Source apportionment for African dust outbreaks over the Western Mediterranean using the HYSPLIT model
M Escudero, AF Stein, RR Draxler, X Querol, A Alastuey, S Castillo, ...
Atmospheric Research 99 (3-4), 518-527, 2011
Ground/satellite observations and atmospheric modeling of dust storms originating in the high Puna‐Altiplano deserts (South America): Implications for the interpretation of …
DM Gaiero, L Simonella, S Gassó, S Gili, AF Stein, P Sosa, R Becchio, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 118 (9), 3817-3831, 2013
Street level air pollution in Córdoba City, Argentina
AF Stein, BM Toselli
Atmospheric Environment 30 (20), 3491-3495, 1996
A combined observational and modeling approach to study modern dust transport from the Patagonia desert to East Antarctica
S Gassó, A Stein, F Marino, E Castellano, R Udisti, J Ceratto
An empirically derived emission algorithm for wind‐blown dust
RR Draxler, P Ginoux, AF Stein
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 115 (D16), 2010
Incorporation of detailed chemistry into a three-dimensional Lagrangian–Eulerian hybrid model: application to regional tropospheric ozone
AF Stein, D Lamb, RR Draxler
Atmospheric Environment 34 (25), 4361-4372, 2000
Verification of the NOAA smoke forecasting system: model sensitivity to the injection height
AF Stein, GD Rolph, RR Draxler, B Stunder, M Ruminski
Weather and Forecasting 24 (2), 379-394, 2009
HYSPLIT4 user's guide, Version 4.9
R Draxler, B Stunder, G Rolph, A Stein, A Taylor
Last Revision: January, 2009
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