His primary areas of investigation include Ozone, Atmospheric sciences, Climatology, Troposphere and NOx. His biological study focuses on Tropospheric ozone. Richard G. Derwent combines subjects such as Atmospheric chemistry, Climate change, Meteorology, Air quality index and Greenhouse gas with his study of Atmospheric sciences.
His studies in Troposphere integrate themes in fields like Northern Hemisphere and Seasonality. In his study, Ozone column is inextricably linked to Forcing, which falls within the broad field of Radiative forcing. His research integrates issues of Environmental chemistry, Range and Pollutant in his study of Hydrocarbon.
Richard G. Derwent mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, Ozone, Troposphere, Meteorology and NOx. His Atmospheric sciences research incorporates elements of Greenhouse gas and Aerosol. Richard G. Derwent has included themes like Air pollution, Climatology, Radiative forcing and Methane in his Ozone study.
His Climatology study incorporates themes from Climate change and Sink. His Troposphere study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Atmosphere, Stratosphere, Water vapor and Seasonality. His NOx research includes elements of Environmental chemistry and Nitrogen.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atmospheric sciences, Ozone, Troposphere, Tropospheric ozone and NOx. His Atmospheric sciences research incorporates elements of Urban background and Radiative forcing. Specifically, his work in Ozone is concerned with the study of Atmospheric chemistry.
In his research, Monte Carlo method and Global warming is intimately related to Methane, which falls under the overarching field of Troposphere. His Tropospheric ozone study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Tropospheric chemistry and Earth system model, Climate change. Within one scientific family, Richard G. Derwent focuses on topics pertaining to Environmental chemistry under NOx, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Greenhouse gas.
Richard G. Derwent mostly deals with Atmospheric sciences, Ozone, Photochemical ozone, Environmental chemistry and NOx. In general Atmospheric sciences study, his work on Troposphere often relates to the realm of Biogenic emissions, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His studies in Troposphere integrate themes in fields like Monte Carlo method, Climate model, Methane and Atmospheric chemistry.
His Ozone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Northern Hemisphere and Convective mixing. His work on Environmental chemistry is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Air quality index. Richard G. Derwent has researched NOx in several fields, including Climatology, Sink and Nitrogen.
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Protocol for the development of the Master Chemical Mechanism, MCM v3 (Part A): tropospheric degradation of non-aromatic volatile organic compounds
S. M. Saunders;S. M. Saunders;M. E. Jenkin;R. G. Derwent;M. J. Pilling.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2002)
Atmospheric chemistry and greenhouse gases
D. Ehhalt;M. Prather;F. Dentener;R. Derwent.
Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis (2001)
Multimodel ensemble simulations of present-day and near-future tropospheric ozone
D. S. Stevenson;F. J. Dentener;M. G. Schultz;K. Ellingsen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Tropospheric ozone and its precursors from the urban to the global scale from air quality to short-lived climate forcer
P. S. Monks;A. T. Archibald;Augustin Colette;O. Cooper.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2015)
Photochemical ozone creation potentials for a large number of reactive hydrocarbons under European conditions
R.G. Derwent;M.E. Jenkin;S.M. Saunders.
Atmospheric Environment (1996)
Photochemical ozone creation potentials for organic compounds in northwest Europe calculated with a master chemical mechanism
Richard G. Derwent;Michael E. Jenkin;Sandra M. Saunders;Michael J. Pilling.
Atmospheric Environment (1998)
Radiative forcing in the 21st century due to ozone changes in the troposphere and the lower stratosphere
M. Gauss;G. Myhre;G. Pitari;M. J. Prather.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2002
S. A. Montzka;P. J. Fraser;J. H. Butler;D. M. Cunnold.
Fresh Air in the 21st Century
Michael Prather;Michael Gauss;Terje Berntsen;Ivar Isaksen.
Geophysical Research Letters (2003)
Tropospheric Ozone in a Global-Scale Three-Dimensional Lagrangian Model and Its Response to NOX Emission Controls
W. J. Collins;David Stevenson;C. E. Johnson;R. G. Derwent.
Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry (1997)
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