2017 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2012 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
1999 - Hellman Fellow
His primary scientific interests are in Ozone, NOx, Troposphere, Atmospheric sciences and Meteorology. The Ozone study combines topics in areas such as Environmental chemistry, Plume and Jet propulsion. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Yield, Nitrate, Hydrocarbon and Aerosol.
The concepts of his NOx study are interwoven with issues in Chemical transport model and Tropospheric ozone. His Troposphere research includes elements of Stratosphere, Mixing ratio, Atmospheric chemistry, Arctic and Analytical chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Lightning, Outflow, Climatology and Air quality index as well as Atmospheric sciences.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Atmospheric sciences, Ozone, NOx, Environmental chemistry and Troposphere. His Atmospheric sciences research incorporates themes from Photodissociation, Climatology and Atmosphere. His Ozone study incorporates themes from Stratosphere, Air quality index, Nitrogen oxide, Analytical chemistry and Reactive nitrogen.
His work carried out in the field of NOx brings together such families of science as Chemical transport model, Nitrogen, Tropospheric ozone, Plume and Air pollution. While the research belongs to areas of Environmental chemistry, Ronald C. Cohen spends his time largely on the problem of Nitrate, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Alkyl and Particulates. Ronald C. Cohen interconnects Lightning, Convection and Atmospheric chemistry in the investigation of issues within Troposphere.
Ronald C. Cohen mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, NOx, Environmental chemistry, Troposphere and Air quality index. His study in the field of Daytime is also linked to topics like Space. His NOx study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Atmosphere, Plume, Sink and Ozone.
He works in the field of Ozone, namely Atmospheric chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Organic nitrates, Nitrate, Deposition and Aerosol in addition to Environmental chemistry. His Troposphere study is concerned with the larger field of Meteorology.
Ronald C. Cohen spends much of his time researching NOx, Atmospheric sciences, Troposphere, Ozone Monitoring Instrument and Ozone. His NOx research includes themes of Environmental chemistry, Photodissociation and Air quality index. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates elements of Nitrate and Nitric acid.
Ronald C. Cohen combines subjects such as Empirical orthogonal functions and Plume with his study of Atmospheric sciences. The Troposphere study combines topics in areas such as Reaction rate constant, Forcing, Methane and Analytical chemistry. His specific area of interest is Ozone, where he studies Atmospheric chemistry.
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Energetics of hydrogen bond network rearrangements in liquid water.
Jared D. Smith;Christopher D. Cappa;Kevin R. Wilson;Benjamin M. Messer.
Isotopic fractionation of water during evaporation
Christopher D. Cappa;Melissa B. Hendricks;Melissa B. Hendricks;Melissa B. Hendricks;Donald J. DePaolo;Donald J. DePaolo;Ronald C. Cohen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
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.
Unified description of temperature-dependent hydrogen-bond rearrangements in liquid water.
Jared D. Smith;Christopher D. Cappa;Kevin R. Wilson;Ronald C. Cohen.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
Surface and Lightning Sources of Nitrogen Oxides over the United States: Magnitudes, Chemical Evolution, and Outflow
R C Hudman;D J Jacob;S Turquety;Eric M Leibensperger.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
A thermal dissociation laser‐induced fluorescence instrument for in situ detection of NO2, peroxy nitrates, alkyl nitrates, and HNO3
D. A. Day;P. J. Wooldridge;M. B. Dillon;J. A. Thornton.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
Why do models overestimate surface ozone in the Southeast United States
Katherine R. Travis;Daniel J. Jacob;Jenny A. Fisher;Patrick S. Kim.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2016)
Transpacific transport of ozone pollution and the effect of recent Asian emission increases on air quality in North America: an integrated analysis using satellite, aircraft, ozonesonde, and surface observations
L. Zhang;D. J. Jacob;K. F. Boersma;K. F. Boersma;D. A. Jaffe.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2008)
Atmospheric NO2: In Situ Laser-Induced Fluorescence Detection at Parts per Trillion Mixing Ratios
Joel A. Thornton;Paul J. Wooldridge;Ronald C. Cohen.
Analytical Chemistry (2000)
Trends in OMI NO 2 observations over the United States: effects of emission control technology and the economic recession
A. R. Russell;L. C. Valin;R. C. Cohen.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2012)
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