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Prof Jim Haywood

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  • Swap RJ, Annegarn HJ, Suttles JT, Haywood J, Helmlinger MC, Hely C, Hobbs PV, Holben BN, Ji J, King MD. (2002) The Southern African Regional Science Initiative (SAFARI 2000): overview of the dry season field campaign, SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE, volume 98, no. 3-4, pages 125-130. [PDF]
  • Keil A, Haywood J, AMS, AMS. (2002) Solar radiative forcing by biomass aerosol in the presence of marine clouds during SAFARI 2000, 11TH CONFERENCE ON ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION, pages 123-125. [PDF]

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  • Haywood JM, Ramaswamy V, Donner LJ. (1997) A limited-area-model case study of the effects of sub-grid scale variations in relative humidity and cloud upon the direct radiative forcing of sulfate aerosol, Geophysical Research Letters, volume 24, no. 2, pages 143-146.
  • Haywood JM, Stouffer RJ, Wetherald RT, Manabe S, Ramaswamy V. (1997) Transient response of a coupled model to estimated changes in greenhouse gas and sulfate concentrations, Geophysical Research Letters, volume 24, no. 11, pages 1335-1338.
  • Haywood JM, Roberts DL, Slingo A, Edwards JM, Shine KP. (1997) General circulation model calculations of the direct radiative forcing by anthropogenic sulfate and fossil-fuel soot aerosol, Journal of Climate, volume 10, no. 7, pages 1562-1577.
  • Haywood JM, Shine KP. (1997) Multi-spectral calculations of the direct radiative forcing of tropospheric sulphate and soot aerosols using a column model, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, volume 123, no. 543, pages 1907-1930.

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