Her primary scientific interests are in Troposphere, Stratosphere, Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science and Climatology. Her Troposphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Convection, Water vapor and Atmospheric chemistry. Her work carried out in the field of Water vapor brings together such families of science as Air mass, Altitude and Temperature gradient.
Her research on Stratosphere focuses in particular on Tropopause. The study incorporates disciplines such as Trace gas and Latitude in addition to Climatology. Her Atmosphere research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Tropospheric wave, Chemical transport model and Quasi-biennial oscillation.
Her primary areas of investigation include Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science, Troposphere, Climatology and Stratosphere. Laura L. Pan has included themes like Convection and Water vapor in her Atmospheric sciences study. Her research integrates issues of MOPITT, Potential temperature, Outflow and Atmospheric chemistry in her study of Troposphere.
Her study connects Pacific ocean and Climatology. The concepts of her Stratosphere study are interwoven with issues in Air mass, Aerosol, Latitude and Ice crystals. Laura L. Pan combines subjects such as East Asian Monsoon, Cirrus, Lapse rate and Atmospheric Infrared Sounder with her study of Tropopause.
Laura L. Pan mostly deals with Environmental science, Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Stratosphere and Troposphere. Her Climatology research incorporates themes from Atmospheric composition and Pacific ocean. Her work on Lapse rate as part of general Atmospheric sciences research is frequently linked to Pollutant, Contrast and Pearl river delta, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Laura L. Pan studies Tropopause which is a part of Stratosphere. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including East Asian Monsoon and Cirrus. Laura L. Pan interconnects Atmosphere, Atmospheric chemistry, Convection, Climate model and Nadir in the investigation of issues within Troposphere.
Laura L. Pan spends much of her time researching Atmospheric sciences, Troposphere, Environmental science, Stratosphere and Climatology. Laura L. Pan performs integrative study on Atmospheric sciences and Tower. Troposphere is a subfield of Meteorology that Laura L. Pan studies.
The various areas that Laura L. Pan examines in her Stratosphere study include Atmospheric chemistry, Aerosol, Potential temperature, Water vapor and Anticyclone. Her research investigates the connection with Anticyclone and areas like Tropopause which intersect with concerns in Monsoon and Upwelling. Her Climatology study which covers Climate model that intersects with Northern Hemisphere and Altitude.
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Sensitivity of chemical tracers to meteorological parameters in the MOZART-3 chemical transport model
D.E. Kinnison;Guy P. Brasseur;S. Walters;R.R. Garcia.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
THE EXTRATROPICAL UPPER TROPOSPHERE AND LOWER STRATOSPHERE
A. Gettelman;P. Hoor;L. L. Pan;W. J. Randel.
Reviews of Geophysics (2011)
Definitions and sharpness of the extratropical tropopause: A trace gas perspective
L. L. Pan;W. J. Randel;B. L. Gary;M. J. Mahoney.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
The terrain-induced rotor experiment: A field campaign overview including observational highlights
Vanda Grubišić;James D. Doyle;Joachim Kuettner;Stephen Mobbs.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2008)
Observational characteristics of double tropopauses
William J. Randel;Dian J. Seidel;Laura L. Pan.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Planning, implementation, and scientific goals of the studies of emissions and atmospheric composition, clouds and climate coupling by regional surveys (SEAC4RS) field mission
Owen B. Toon;Hal Maring;Jack E. Dibb;Richard Ferrare.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2016)
The Deep Convective Clouds and Chemistry (DC3) Field Campaign
Mary C. Barth;Christopher A. Cantrell;William H. Brune;Steven A. Rutledge.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2015)
Tropospheric intrusions associated with the secondary tropopause
L. L. Pan;W. J. Randel;J. C. Gille;W. D. Hall.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
Boundary layer sources for the Asian anticyclone: Regional contributions to a vertical conduit
John W. Bergman;Federico Fierli;Eric J. Jensen;Shawn Honomichl.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2013)
Chemical and dynamical discontinuity at the extratropical tropopause based on START08 and WACCM analyses
A. Kunz;A. Kunz;L. Pan;P. Konopka;Douglas Kinnison.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
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