Caroline Leck mostly deals with Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Arctic, Climatology and Cloud condensation nuclei. Her research integrates issues of Biofuel, Mineralogy, Particle number and Nucleation in her study of Aerosol. Caroline Leck has researched Atmospheric sciences in several fields, including Emission inventory, Air quality index, Mixed layer and Greenhouse gas.
Her Arctic study introduces a deeper knowledge of Oceanography. Caroline Leck interconnects Cloud cover, Liquid water content, Boundary layer, Particle size and Radiative transfer in the investigation of issues within Climatology. Her Cloud condensation nuclei research integrates issues from Arctic ice pack, Sea ice, Climate change and Particulates.
Caroline Leck spends much of her time researching Aerosol, Arctic, Atmospheric sciences, Climatology and Cloud condensation nuclei. Her study in Aerosol is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental chemistry, Particulates, Mineralogy and Dimethyl sulfide. Her Arctic study combines topics in areas such as Sea ice and The arctic.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Particle, Atmosphere, Planetary boundary layer, Boundary layer and Sea spray. Her Climatology research incorporates themes from Climate model and Intertropical Convergence Zone. The study incorporates disciplines such as Surface tension, Supersaturation, Molecular dynamics and Water vapor in addition to Cloud condensation nuclei.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Arctic, Climatology and Arctic ice pack. Her Aerosol research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Environmental chemistry, Particle, Atmosphere and Sea surface microlayer. Her Atmospheric sciences study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sea salt, Sea salt aerosol and Climate model.
Her work deals with themes such as Sea ice, Dimethyl sulfide and The arctic, which intersect with Arctic. The Climatology study which covers Boundary layer that intersects with Tropospheric aerosol, Particle transport, Troposphere and Drift ice. Her Arctic ice pack research focuses on Cloud condensation nuclei and how it relates to Supersaturation, Water vapor and Condensation.
Her main research concerns Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Climatology, Arctic and Arctic ice pack. The Sea spray research Caroline Leck does as part of her general Aerosol study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Chemical measurement, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. The concepts of her Atmospheric sciences study are interwoven with issues in Cloud water, Calcium, Monsoon and Sea salt, Sea salt aerosol.
Her work investigates the relationship between Climatology and topics such as Boundary layer that intersect with problems in Troposphere, Particle transport, The arctic and Drift ice. In her work, Supersaturation, Water vapor, Condensation and In situ is strongly intertwined with Cloud condensation nuclei, which is a subfield of Arctic ice pack. The various areas that Caroline Leck examines in her Arctic geoengineering study include Arctic sea ice decline, Climate model, Dimethyl sulfide and Mesoscale meteorology.
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A global database of sea surface dimethylsulfide (DMS) measurements and a procedure to predict sea surface DMS as a function of latitude, longitude, and month
A. J. Kettle;M. O. Andreae;D. Amouroux;T. W. Andreae.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (1999)
Brown Clouds over South Asia: Biomass or Fossil Fuel Combustion?
Örjan Gustafsson;Martin Kruså;Zdenek Zencak;Rebecca J. Sheesley.
Experimental determination of the diffusion coefficient of dimethylsulfide in water
E. S. Saltzman;D. B. King;K. Holmen;C. Leck.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
Biogenic particles in the surface microlayer and overlaying atmosphere in the central Arctic Ocean during summer
Caroline Leck;E. Keith Bigg.
Tellus B (2005)
Dimethyl sulfide in the Baltic Sea: Annual variability in relation to biological activity
Caroline Leck;Ulf Larsson;Lars Erik Bågander;Sif Johansson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1990)
Source and evolution of the marine aerosol—A new perspective
Caroline Leck;E. Keith Bigg.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Marine microgels as a source of cloud condensation nuclei in the high Arctic
MÃ³nica V. Orellana;Patricia A. Matrai;Caroline Leck;Carlton D. Rauschenberg.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Turbulent aerosol fluxes over the Arctic Ocean: 2. Wind‐driven sources from the sea
E. D. Nilsson;Ü. Rannik;E. Swietlicki;C. Leck.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
The composition of fragments of bubbles bursting at the ocean surface
E. Keith Bigg;Caroline Leck.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Aerosol number size distributions from 3 to 500 nm diameter in the arctic marine boundary layer during summer and autumn
David S. Covert;Alfred Wiedensohler;Alfred Wiedensohler;Pasi Aalto;Jost Heintzenberg.
Tellus B (1996)
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