2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Sweden Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Sweden Leader Award
2000 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
Leonard A. Barrie mostly deals with Arctic, Atmospheric sciences, Atmosphere, Aerosol and Environmental chemistry. He interconnects North Atlantic oscillation, Physical geography, Pollution and Sunrise in the investigation of issues within Arctic. His studies deal with areas such as Snow, Meteorology, Haze and Mineralogy as well as Atmospheric sciences.
His biological study deals with issues like Seasonality, which deal with fields such as Dieldrin. The Aerosol study combines topics in areas such as Stereochemistry and Lead. His research integrates issues of Pollutant, Tropospheric ozone depletion events, Ozone, Air pollution and Heptachlor in his study of Environmental chemistry.
Leonard A. Barrie spends much of his time researching Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Arctic, Environmental chemistry and Atmosphere. His research in Aerosol intersects with topics in Climatology, Mineralogy and Atmospheric chemistry. His Atmospheric sciences study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Snow, Meteorology, Haze and Deposition.
He combines subjects such as Air pollution, Particulates, Seasonality and Sunrise with his study of Arctic. His Environmental chemistry study incorporates themes from Persistent organic pollutant, Pollution and Precipitation. He has included themes like Tropospheric ozone, Air mass and Pollutant in his Atmosphere study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Aerosol, Arctic, Environmental chemistry, Atmospheric sciences and Atmosphere. His Aerosol study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Deposition, Precipitation, Sunrise, Mineralogy and Oxalic acid. His study explores the link between Sunrise and topics such as Photochemistry that cross with problems in Ozone and Atmospheric chemistry.
His Arctic research includes elements of North Atlantic oscillation, Radiative forcing, Physical geography and Seasonality. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Persistent organic pollutant, Pollutant, Pollution, Air pollution and Troposphere. The study incorporates disciplines such as Snow, East Asian Monsoon, Climatology and Air quality index in addition to Atmospheric sciences.
Aerosol, Arctic, Environmental chemistry, Physical geography and Ozone depletion are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Leonard A. Barrie examines in his Aerosol study include Sesquiterpene, Atmospheric sciences, Sunrise and Mineralogy. His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Snow, Atmosphere, Haze and Radiative forcing.
His research in Arctic tackles topics such as North Atlantic oscillation which are related to areas like Trend surface analysis and Seasonal cycle. His work in Environmental chemistry addresses issues such as Pollutant, which are connected to fields such as Air pollution. His research investigates the connection with Ozone depletion and areas like Atmospheric chemistry which intersect with concerns in Particulates.
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Ozone destruction and photochemical reactions at polar sunrise in the lower Arctic atmosphere
L. A. Barrie;J. W. Bottenheim;R. C. Schnell;P. J. Crutzen;P. J. Crutzen.
Arctic contaminants : sources, occurrence and pathways
L.A. Barrie;D. Gregor;B. Hargrave;R. Lake.
Science of The Total Environment (1992)
Arctic air pollution: An overview of current knowledge
Leonard A. Barrie.
Atmospheric Environment (1986)
Arctic springtime depletion of mercury
W. H. Schroeder;K. G. Anlauf;L. A. Barrie;J. Y. Lu.
Contaminants in the Canadian Arctic: 5 years of progress in understanding sources, occurrence and pathways.
R.W. Macdonald;L.A. Barrie;T.F. Bidleman;M.L. Diamond.
Science of The Total Environment (2000)
Aerosols, their Direct and Indirect Effects
J. E. Penner;M. O. Andreae;H. Annegarn;L. Barrie.
Climate Change 2001 : The Scientific Basis (2001)
Source and reaction pathways of dicarboxylic acids, ketoacids and dicarbonyls in arctic aerosols: One year of observations
Kimitaka Kawamura;Hideki Kasukabe;Leonard A. Barrie.
Atmospheric Environment (1996)
Modeling sea-salt aerosols in the atmosphere 1. Model development
S. L. Gong;L. A. Barrie;J.-P. Blanchet.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Toward a Global Network for Persistent Organic Pollutants in Air: Results from the GAPS Study.
Karla Pozo;Tom Harner;Frank Wania;Derek C. G. Muir.
Environmental Science & Technology (2006)
Composite global emissions of reactive chlorine from anthropogenic and natural sources: Reactive Chlorine Emissions Inventory
William. C. Keene;M. Aslam K. Khalil;David. J. Erickson;Archie McCulloch.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
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