Atmospheric Environment 50th Anniversary

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50 years is a significant milestone and we would like to thank all our current and past Editors-in-Chief, Editorial Board Members, reviewers, authors and readers.  For 50 years you have expended our knowledge and understanding.

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The Elsevier Earth Sciences Team

The physical characteristics of sulfur aerosols
Kenneth T. Whitby
Volume 12, Issues 1–3, 1978, Pages 135-159 (1967)

Organic matter of the troposphere – II. Natural background of biogenic lipid matter in aerosols over the rural western United States
B. R. T. Simoneit and M. A. Mazurek
Volume 16, Issue 9, 1982, Pages 2139-2159 (1967)

Quantitative Assessment of Source Contributions to Inhalable Particulate Matter Pollution in Metropolitan Boston
G.D. Thurston and J.D. Spengler
Volume 19, Issue 1, 1985, Pages 9-25 (1967)

Yield of SO2 and formation of aerosol in the photo-oxidation of DMS under atmospheric conditions
Shiro Hatakeyama, Katsuyuki Izumi  and Hajime Akimoto
Volume 19, Issue 1, 1985, Pages 135-141 (1967)

Soot in Arctic Snow: A Cause for Perturbations of Radiative Transfer
Antony D. Clarke and Kevin J. Noone
Volume 19, Issue 12, 1985, Pages 2045-2053 (1967)

A national inventory of biogenic hydrocarbon emissions
Brian Lamb, Alex Guenther, David Gay & Hal Westberg (1967)
Volume 21, Issue 8, 1987, Pages 1695-1705

Parameterization of Surface Resistances to Gaseous Dry Deposition in Regional-Scale Numerical-Models
M.L. Wesely
Volume 23, Issue 6, 1989, Pages 1293-1304 (1967)

The Nitrate Radical - Physics, Chemistry and the Atmosphere
R.P. Wayne, I. Barnes, P. Biggs, J. P. Burrows, C. E. Canosa-Mas, J. Hjorth, G. Le Bras, G. K. Moortgat, D. Perner, G. Poulet, G. Restelli, and H. Sidebottom
Volume 25, Issue 1, 1991, Pages 1-203

Organic peroxy radicals: Kinetics, spectroscopy and tropospheric chemistry
P.D Lightfoot, R. A. Cox, J.N Crowley, M. Destriau, G,D Hayman, M.E Jenkin, G.K Moortgat & F. Zabel
Volume 26, Issue 10, July 1992, Pages 1805-1961

Deposition, Resuspension and Penetration of Particles within a Residence
Tracy L. Thatcher & David W. Layton
Volume 29, Issue 13, July 1995, Pages 1487-1497

Source and reaction pathways of dicarboxylic acids, ketoacids and dicarbonyls in arctic aerosols: One year of observations
K. Kawamura, H. Kasukabe and L. A. Barrie
Volume 30, Issues 10–11, May 1996, Pages 1709-1722

The tropospheric degradation of volatile organic compounds: A protocol for mechanism development
Michael E. Jenkin
Volume 31, Issue 1, January 1997, Pages 81-104

The relation between ozone, NOx and hydrocarbons in urban and polluted rural environments
S. Sillman
Volume 33, Issue 12, 1 June 1999, Pages 1821-1845

Heterogeneous Chemistry and Tropospheric Ozone
Daniel J. Jacob
Volume 34, Issues 12–14, 2000, Pages 2131–2159

Measuring and simulating particulate organics in the atmosphere: Problems and prospects
Barbara J. Turpin, Pradeep Saxena, Elisabeth Andrews
Volume 34, Issue 18, 2000, Pages 2983–3013

Study of ultrafine particles near a major highway with heavy-duty diesel traffic
Y. F. Zhu, W. C. Hinds, S. Kim, S. Shen and C. Sioutas
Volume 36, Issue 27, September 2002, Pages 4323–4335

A European aerosol phenomenology—2: chemical characteristics of particulate matter at kerbside, urban, rural and background sites in Europe
Jean-P. Putaud, Frank Raes, Rita Van Dingenen, Erika Brüggemann, M.-Cristina Facchini, Stefano Decesari, Sandro Fuzzi, Robert Gehrig, Cristoph Hüglin, Paolo Laj, Gundi Lorbeer, Willy Maenhaut, Nikolaos Mihalopoulos, Konrad Müller, Xavier Querol, Sergio Rodriguez, Jürgen Schneider, Gerald Spindler, Harry ten Brink, Kjetil Tørseth and Alfred Wiedensohler
Volume 38, Issue 16, May 2004, Pages 2579–2595

Mechanisms of mercury removal by O3 and OH in the atmosphere
J. Calvert and S. Lindberg
Volume 39, Issue 18, June 2005, Pages 3355–3367

Fully coupled "online" chemistry within the WRF model
Georg A. Grell, Steven E. Peckham, Rainer Schmitz, Stuart A. McKeen, Gregory Frost, William C. Skamarock, Brian Eder
Volume 39, Issue 37, December 2005, Pages 6957–6975

Air pollution in mega cities in China.
Chak K. Chan and Xiaohong Yao
Volume 42, Issue 1, January 2008, Pages 1–42

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