Stratosphere, Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science, Atmosphere of Earth and Atmosphere are his primary areas of study. He combines subjects such as Photochemistry, Absorption and Absorption spectroscopy with his study of Stratosphere. James R. Podolske works on Atmospheric sciences which deals in particular with Atmospheric circulation.
The concepts of his Atmosphere of Earth study are interwoven with issues in Ozone layer, Vortex, Polar vortex and Ozone. As a part of the same scientific study, James R. Podolske usually deals with the Atmosphere, concentrating on Scattering and frequently concerns with Remote sensing. His study looks at the intersection of Remote sensing and topics like Laser power scaling with Tunable laser, Semiconductor laser theory and Troposphere.
James R. Podolske focuses on Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science, Stratosphere, Climatology and Troposphere. James R. Podolske interconnects Vortex, Arctic, Atmosphere of Earth and Aerosol in the investigation of issues within Atmospheric sciences. His Vortex research integrates issues from Potential temperature and Ozone depletion.
His Stratosphere study which covers Ozone that intersects with Photochemistry. His study in Climatology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Atmosphere, Climate change and Seasonality. Diode is closely connected to Optics in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Troposphere.
James R. Podolske mostly deals with Environmental science, Atmospheric sciences, Aerosol, Total Carbon Column Observing Network and Biomass burning. Water vapor, Meteorology, Remote sensing, Remote sensing and Spectrometer are fields of study that intersect with his Environmental science study. In his work, James R. Podolske performs multidisciplinary research in Atmospheric sciences and Chemical composition.
James R. Podolske has included themes like Troposphere and Precipitation in his Aerosol study. His Troposphere study combines topics in areas such as Lidar and Spatial distribution. His Total Carbon Column Observing Network research includes themes of Atmosphere, Trace gas, Greenhouse gas and Confidence interval.
James R. Podolske mainly focuses on Environmental science, Atmospheric sciences, Aerosol, Total Carbon Column Observing Network and Meteorology. His work in Atmospheric sciences tackles topics such as Plume which are related to areas like Spatial variability and Point source. He has researched Aerosol in several fields, including Atmospheric circulation and Altitude.
His Total Carbon Column Observing Network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Spurious relationship, Covariance and Remote sensing. The various areas that James R. Podolske examines in his Remote sensing study include Atmosphere, Scattering, Bias correction and Nadir. His work deals with themes such as Climate model and Southern Hemisphere, which intersect with Meteorology.
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Removal of Stratospheric O3 by Radicals: In Situ Measurements of OH, HO2, NO, NO2, ClO, and BrO
P. O. Wennberg;R. C. Cohen;R. M. Stimpfle;J. P. Koplow.
Stratospheric Mean Ages and Transport Rates from Observations of Carbon Dioxide and Nitrous Oxide
K. A. Boering;S. C. Wofsy;B. C. Daube;H. R. Schneider.
Ozone loss in the Arctic polar vortex inferred from high-altitude aircraft measurements
M. H. Proffitt;M. H. Proffitt;J. J. Margitan;K. K. Kelly;M. Loewenstein.
Emission Measurements of the Concorde Supersonic Aircraft in the Lower Stratosphere
D. W. Fahey;E. R. Keim;K. A. Boering;C. A. Brock.
Quantifying Transport Between the Tropical and Mid-Latitude Lower Stratosphere
C. M. Volk;James W. Elkins;David W. Fahey;R. J. Salawitch.
Chemical loss of ozone in the Arctic polar vortex in the winter of 1991- 1992
R. J. Salawitch;S. C. Wofsy;E. W. Gottlieb;L. R. Lait.
Comparisons of the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) X CO 2 measurements with TCCON
Debra Wunch;Debra Wunch;Paul O. Wennberg;Gregory Osterman;Gregory Osterman;Brendan Fisher;Brendan Fisher.
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (2016)
A diagnostic for denitrification in the winter polar stratospheres
D. W. Fahey;S. Solomon;S. R. Kawa;S. R. Kawa;M. Loewenstein.
The Brewer‐Dobson Circulation In the Light of High Altitude In Situ Aircraft Observations
A. F. Tuck;D. Baumgardner;K. R. Chan;J. E. Dye.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (1997)
Ozone loss inside the northern polar vortex during the 1991-1992 winter.
M. H. Proffitt;K. Aikin;J. J. Margitan;M. Loewenstein.
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