British Antarctic Survey
His primary areas of study are Environmental chemistry, Nitrate, Reactive nitrogen, Atmosphere and Snow. Markus M. Frey integrates many fields, such as Reactive nitrogen, Aerosol, Tropospheric ozone, Ice core, Oceanography and Isotopes of oxygen, in his works. He interconnects Hydrology and Nitrogen oxide in the investigation of issues within Atmosphere.
Snowpack is the focus of his Snow research. His studies in Snowpack integrate themes in fields like Photochemistry, Mechanistic organic photochemistry, Firn and Atmospheric sciences. His Atmospheric chemistry research is classified as research in Meteorology.
Markus M. Frey mainly focuses on Snow, Atmospheric sciences, Ice core, Nitrate and Climatology. His Snow study combines topics in areas such as Atmosphere and Ice sheet. His work on Atmospheric chemistry as part of his general Atmosphere study is frequently connected to Surface layer, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His research in the fields of Troposphere overlaps with other disciplines such as Flux. His Ice core research includes themes of Sea ice and Sea salt, Aerosol. Many of his research projects under Climatology are closely connected to Flux with Flux, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Markus M. Frey spends much of his time researching Sea ice, Atmospheric sciences, Snow, Ice core and Sea salt aerosol. He focuses mostly in the field of Sea ice, narrowing it down to topics relating to Blowing snow and, in certain cases, Transect, Precipitation and Erosion. His research in Atmospheric sciences intersects with topics in Atmosphere and Aerosol.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Spring and Deposition in addition to Atmosphere. Markus M. Frey has researched Snow in several fields, including Cryosphere, Dome and Atmospheric chemistry. The various areas that he examines in his Ice core study include Eemian and Ozone layer, Ozone.
Markus M. Frey mainly investigates Sea ice, Atmospheric sciences, Ice core, Snow and Aerosol. His Sea ice study which covers Sea salt aerosol that intersects with Glacial period, Holocene, Interglacial, Physical geography and Ice sheet. He incorporates Atmospheric sciences and Nitrate in his studies.
Snow is closely attributed to Ozone in his work. He has included themes like Ozone layer and Diurnal cycle in his Oceanography study. His Sea salt research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Seawater, Atmosphere, Troposphere and Deposition.
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An overview of snow photochemistry: evidence, mechanisms and impacts
A. M. Grannas;A. E. Jones;J. Dibb;M. Ammann.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2007)
Snowfall-driven growth in East Antarctic ice sheet mitigates recent sea-level rise.
Curt H. Davis;Yonghong Li;Joseph R. McConnell;Markus M. Frey.
Hydrograph separations in a mesoscale mountainous basin at event and seasonal timescales
Stefan Uhlenbrook;Markus Frey;Christian Leibundgut;Piotr Maloszewski.
Water Resources Research (2002)
A review of air-ice chemical and physical interactions (AICI): liquids, quasi-liquids, and solids in snow
T. Bartels-Rausch;H.-W. Jacobi;H.-W. Jacobi;T. F. Kahan;J. L. Thomas;J. L. Thomas.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2014)
Tracing the origin and fate of NOx in the Arctic atmosphere using stable isotopes in nitrate.
Samuel Morin;Samuel Morin;Joël Savarino;Joël Savarino;Markus M. Frey;Markus M. Frey;Nicolas Yan;Nicolas Yan.
Comprehensive isotopic composition of atmospheric nitrate in the Atlantic Ocean boundary layer from 65°S to 79°N
Samuel Morin;Joël Savarino;Markus M. Frey;Markus M. Frey;Florent Domine.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
Photolysis imprint in the nitrate stable isotope signal in snow and atmosphere of East Antarctica and implications for reactive nitrogen cycling
Markus M. Frey;Markus M. Frey;J. Savarino;S. Morin;S. Morin;J. Erbland.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2009)
The Carrington Event not observed in most ice core nitrate records
E W Wolff;M Bigler;M. A. J Curran;M. A. J Curran;Jack E. Dibb.
Geophysical Research Letters (2012)
Impacts of snowpack emissions on deduced levels of OH and peroxy radicals at Summit, Greenland
J Yang;R E Honrath;Matthew C Peterson;Jack E. Dibb.
Atmospheric Environment (2002)
Measurements of hydrogen peroxide and formaldehyde exchange between the atmosphere and surface snow at Summit, Greenland
Hans-Werner Jacobi;Markus M. Frey;Manuel A. Hutterli;Roger C. Bales.
Atmospheric Environment (2002)
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