[Chatfield name]

Recent Presentations

International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, "Lightning And Other Influences on Tropical Empirical Studies of Covariation and Mechanism." Sapporo, Japan, July 7, 2003.

Goddard Space Flight Center, "Mechanisms of Intraseasonal Variation of Tropospheric Ozone: Field/Forest Burning, Lightning, and South Asian (read: INDOEX ?) Influences," August 14, 2003

Aura Satellite Science Team Meeting, Pasadena, CA: "Convective Lofting Links Indian Ocean Air Pollution to Paradoxical South Atlantic Ozone Maxima; Challenges of TOMS Tropospheric O3 Interpretation for Daily Mapping," October 1, 2003

Berkeley Symposium

American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting: "Convective Lofting Links Indian Ocean Air Pollution to "Paradoxical" South Atlantic Ozone Maxima, December 5, 2003

University of Kwazulu-Natal: "The Photochemistry of Ozone" and "Pollution Plume Transport of Ozone 1,000 to 10,000 km" January 26 and 28, 2004

 

 

Publications

Chatfield, R.B., Edward Browell, William H. Brune, James H. Crawford, Robert Esswein, Alan Fried, Philippe Nédélec, Jennifer R. Olson, Xinrong Ren, Richard E. Shetter, Hanwant B. Singh, Valérie Thouret, Smog ozone production over Eastern North America: HOx and a remarkable production-of-ozone estimator, submitted to J. Geophys. Research, 2006.

Freitas S. R., K. M. Longo, R. Chatfield, D. Latham and M. O. Andreae, Including the sub-grid scale plume rise of vegetation fires in low resolution atmospheric transport models, in preparation for J. Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 2006.

Thompson, A.M., .... R.B. Chatfield, ..., IONS-04 (INTEX Ozonesonde Network Study, 2004): Perspective on Summertime UT/LS (Upper Troposphere/Lower Stratosphere) Ozone over Northeastern North America , submitted to J. Geophys. Research, 2006

Chatfield, R.B., H. Guan, H. Smit, and A.M. Thompson, Mechanisms for the Intraseasonal Variability of the Tropospheric Ozone during the Indian Winter Monsoon, in minor revision of J. Geophys. Research , 2006.

Chatfield, R.B., H. Guan, A.M. Thompson, J.C. Witte, Convective lofting links indian ocean air pollution to paradoxical South Atlantic ozone maxima, Geophys. Res. Letters, 31, L06103, doi:10.1029/2003GL018866, 2004.

Freitas, Saulo R., Karla M. Longo, Maria A. F. Silva Dias, Pedro L. Silva Dias, Robert Chatfield, Elaine Prins, Paulo Artaxo, Monitoring the transport of biomass burning emissions in South America, Environmental Fluid Mechanics, in press, (January) 2005.

Chatfield, R.B., H. Guan, A.M. Thompson, J.C. Witte, Convective lofting links indian ocean air pollution to paradoxical South Atlantic ozone maxima, Geophys. Res. Letters, in press, 2004.

Freitas, Saulo R., Karla M. Longo, Maria A. F. Silva Dias, Pedro L. Silva Dias, Robert Chatfield, Elaine Prins, Paulo Artaxo, Monitoring the transport of biomass burning emissions in South America, Environmental Fluid Mechanics, accepted, 2004.

H. B. Singh, L. J. Salas, R. B. Chatfield, E. Czech, A. Fried, J. Walega, M. J. Evans, B. D. Field, D. J. Jacob, D. Blake, B. Heikes, R. Talbot, G. Sachse, J. H. Crawford, M. A. Avery, S. Sandholm, H. Fuelberg, Analysis of the atmospheric distribution, sources, and sinks of oxygenated volatile organic chemicals (OVOC) based on measurements over the Pacific during TRACE-P, J. Geophys. Res., 109, D15S07, doi:10.1029/2003JD003883, 2004.

Chatfield R. B., Z. Guo, G. W. Sachse, D. R. Blake, and N. J. Blake, The subtropical global plume in the Pacific Exploratory Mission-Tropics A (PEM-Tropics A), PEM-Tropics B, and the Global Atmospheric Sampling Program (GASP): How tropical emissions affect the remote Pacific, J. Geophys. Res., 107 (D16), doi:10.1029/2001JD000497, 2002.

Folkins, I., and R.B. Chatfield, Impact of acetone on ozone production and OH in the upper troposphere at high NOx, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 11,585—11,599, 2000.

Chatfield, R.B., Z. Guo, Y. Kondo, L. Jaeglé, N. Blake, D. Blake, G. Gregory, Attributing sources for NOx observed in the Atlantic free troposphere during the SONEX period: Models and observations emphasize effects of aircraft, submitted to J. Geophysical Res., 2000.

Rasch P.J., ... , R. B. Chatfield, ... ,An assessment of scavenging and deposition processes in global models: Results from the WCRP Cambridge Workshop of 1995, Tellus, in press, 2000.

Faloona, I, D. Tan, W.H. Brune, L. Jagleé, D. J. Jacob, Y. Kondo, M. Koike, R. Chatfield, R. Pueschel, G. Ferry, G. Sachse, S. Vey, B. Anderson, J. Hannon, and H. Fuelberg,, Observations of HOx and its relationship with NOx in the upper troposphere duing SONEX, 3771—3784, 2000.

Pougatchev, N.S., G.W. Sachse, H.E. Fuelberg, C.P. Rinsland, R.B. Chatfield, V.S. Connors, N.B. Jones, J. Notholt, P.C. Novelli, and H.G. Reichle, Jr., PEM-Tropics carbon monoxide measurements in historical context, J. Geophysical Res., 104, 26,195-26,20,8 1999.

Chatfield, R.B., J.A. Vastano, L. Li, G.W. Sachse, and V.S. Connors, The Great African Plume from biomass burning: A three-dimensional study of Trace-A carbon monoxide, in J. Geophysical Res., 103, 28,059-28,077, 1998.

Folkins, I., R.B. Chatfield, H. Singh, Y. Chen, and B. Heikes, Ozone production efficiencies of acetone and peroxides in the upper troposphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 25, 1305—1308, 1998.

Folkins, I, R.B. Chatfield, D. Baumgardner and M. Proffitt, Biomass burning and deep convection in Indonesia: results from Ashoe/Mesa, J. Geophys. Res, 102, 13,291—13,299, 1997.

Potter, C. S., S. A. Klooster, and R. B. Chatfield. Consumption and production of carbon monoxide in soils: A global model analysis of spatial and seasonal variation,. Chemosphere, 33, 1175—1193, 1996.

Olson, J., M. Prather, T. Berntsen, G. Carmichael, R. Chatfield, P. Connell, R. Derwent, L. Horowitz, S. Jin, M. Kanakidou, P. Kasibhatla, R. Kotomarthi, M. Kuhn, K. Law, S. Sillman, J. Penner, L. Perliski, F. Stordal, A. Thompson and O. Wild, Results from the IPCC photochemical model intercomparison (PhotoComp), J. Geophysical Res., 102, 5979—5991, 1997.

Chatfield, R.B., J.A. Vastano, H.B. Singh, and G.W. Sachse, A generalized model of how fire emissions and chemistry produce African / oceanic plumes (O3, CO, PAN, smoke) seen in Trace-A, J. Geophysical Res, 101, 24,279—24,306, 1996.

Singh, H.B., D. Herlth, R. Kolyer, R.B. Chatfield, W. Viezee, Y. Chen, L.J. Salas, J.D. Bradshaw, S.T. Sandholm, R. Talbot, G.L. Gregory, B. Anderson, G.W. Sachse, E. Browell, A.S. Bachmeir, D.R. Blake, B. Heikes, D. Jacob, and H.E. Fuelberg, J. Geophysical Res, 101, 24,203—24,220, 1996.

Krishnamurti, T.N., M.C. Sinha, M. Kanamitsu, D. Oosterhof, H.E. Fuelberg, R.B. Chatfield, D.J. Jacob, and J. Logan, Passive tracer transports relevant to the TRACE-A Experiment, J. Geophysical Res, 101, 23,889—23,908, 1996.

Chatfield, R.B., Anomalous HNO3/NOx ratio of remote tropospheric air: Conversion of nitric acid to formic acid and NOx?, Geophys. Res. Lett., 21, 2705—2708, 1994.

Ridley, B.A., S. Madronich, R.B. Chatfield, J.G. Walega, R.E. Shetter, M.A. Carroll, and D.D. Montzka, Measurements and model simulations of the photostationary state during MLOPEX: Implications for radical concentrations and ozone production and loss rates, J. Geophysical Res, 97, 10,375—10,388, 1992.

Brasseur, G. and R. B. Chatfield, The fate of biogenic trace gases in the atmosphere, Trace Gas Emissions from Plants, eds., T. Sharkey, E. Holland, H. Mooney, Academic Press, 1991.

Chatfield, R.B., Ephemeral Biogenic emissions and the earth's radiative and oxidative environment, in Scientists on Gaia, MIT Press, ed. Stephen Schneider, 1991

Chatfield, R.B., and A. C. Delany, Convection links biomass burning to increased tropical ozone: However, models will tend to overpredict O3, J. Geophysical Res, 95, 18473—18488, 1990.

Madronich, S., R. B. Chatfield, J. G. Calvert, G K. Morrtgat, B. Veyret, and R. Lesclaux, A photochemical origin of acetic acid in the troposphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 17, 2361—2364, 1990.

Chatfield, R.B., and P. J. Crutzen, Are there interactions of iodine and sulfur species in marine air photochemistry?, J. Geophysical Res, 95, 22319—22341, 1990.

Chatfield, R.B., How lightning and human activity determine tropical ozone levels, in Ozone in the Atmosphere, eds., R.D Bojkov and P. Fabian, A. Deepak, 572—575, 1989.

Brost, R.A. and R.B. Chatfield, J.P. Greenberg, P.L. Haagenson, B.G. Heikes, S. Madronich, B.A. Ridley, and P.R. Zimmerman, Three—dimensional modeling of the ozone budget over the North Atlantic Ocean, in Proceedings of the International Ozone Symposium 1988, in Ozone in the Atmosphere, eds., R.D Bojkov and P. Fabian, A. Deepak, 1989.

Isaksen, I.S.A, J.E. Jonson, C.E. Reeves, S. Solberg, and R.B. Chatfield, Model Studies of free tropospheric ozone formation from pollution sources, in Proceedings of the International Ozone Symposium 1988, in Ozone in the Atmosphere, eds., R.D Bojkov and P. Fabian, A. Deepak, 1989.

Solberg, S., R.B. Chatfield, and I.S.A. Isaksen, Design of a channel model to assess mid—latitude pollution effects including increase of tropospheric ozone, in Ozone in the Atmosphere, eds., R.D Bojkov and P. Fabian, A. Deepak, 1989.

Brost, R.A. and R.B. Chatfield, Transport of radon in a three—dimensional, subhemispheric model, J. Geophysical Res, 94, 5095—5119, 1989.

Brost, R.A., Chatfield, R.B., J. Greenberg, P.L. Haagenson, B. Heikes, S. Madronich, B. Ridley, and P.R. Zimmerman, Three—dimensional modeling of transport of chemical species from continents to the remote Atlantic Ocean, Tellus B, 40B, 358—379, 1988.

Chatfield, R.B., and P.L. Haagenson, Sampling mid—tropospheric air at AEROCE surface sites, I.S.A. Isaksen, ed., in Tropospheric Ozone: Regional and Global Ozone and Its Environmental Consequences, Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 371—380, 1988.

Chatfield, R.B. and R.A. Brost, A two—stream model of the vertical transport of trace species in the convective boundary layer, J. Geophys. Res., 92, 13,263-13,276, 1987.

Chatfield, R.B., E.P. Gardner, and J.G. Calvert, Sources and sinks of acetone in the troposphere: behavior of reactive hydrocarbons and a stable product, J. Geophys. Res., 92, 4208—4216, 1987.

Ferek, R.J., R.B. Chatfield, and M.O. Andreae, Vertical distribution of dimethylsulfide in the marine atmosphere: implications for the atmospheric sulfur cycle, Nature, 320, 514—516, 1986.

Chatfield, R.B., R.J. Charlson, J.P. Friend, D. Kley, W. Jaeschke, and H.I. Schiff, The transformation of sulfur and nitrogen in the remote atmosphere, working group report, in The Biogeochemical Cycling of Sulfur and Nitrogen in the Remote Atmosphere, eds., Galloway et al., pp 83—101, 1985.

Andreae, M.O., R.J. Ferek, F. Bermond, K.P. Byrd, R.T. Engstrom, S. Hardin, P.D. Houmere, F. LeMarrec, H. Raemdonck, and R.B. Chatfield, Dimethyl sulfide in the marine atmosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 90, 12891—12900, 1985.

Calvert, J.G., R.B. Chatfield, A.C. Delany, and E.A. Martell, Comment: Evidence for short SO2 lifetimes in the atmosphere: an in situ measurement of atmospheric SO2 lifetime using cosmic ray produces sulphur—38, Atmos. Environ., 19, 1205—1208, 1985.

Greenberg, J.P., P.R. Zimmerman, and R.B. Chatfield, Hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide in African Savannah air, Geophys. Res. Lett., 12, 113—116, 1985.

Chatfield, R.B. and P.J. Crutzen, Sulfur dioxide in remote oceanic air: Cloud transport of reactive precursors, J. Geophys. Res., 89, 7111—7132, 1984.

Duce, R.A., V.A. Mohnen, P.R. Zimmerman, D. Grosjean, W. Cautreels, R.B. Chatfield, R. Jaenicke, J.A. Ogren, E.D. Pellizzari, and G.T. Wallace, Organic material in the global troposphere, Revs. Geophys. Space Phys., 21, 921—952, 1983.

Pierotti, D., R.A. Rasmussen, and R.B. Chatfield, Continuous measurements of nitrous oxide in the troposphere, Nature, 274, 1978.

Zimmerman, P.R., R.B. Chatfield, J. Fishman, P.J. Crutzen, and P.L. Hanst, Estimates of the production of CO and H2 from the oxidation of hydrocarbon emissions from vegetation, Geophys. Res. Lett., 5, 679—682, 1978. Conceived, wrote, and published this work.

Chatfield, R.B., and H. Harrison, Tropospheric ozone, II: Variations along a meridional band, J. Geophys. Res., 82, 5969—5976, 1977.

Chatfield, R.B., and H. Harrison, Tropospheric ozone, I: Evidence for higher background values, J. Geophys Res., 82, 5965—5978, 1977.

Chatfield, R.B. and R.A. Rasmussen, An assessment of the lower tropospheric ozone budget, Proceedings of the UN—OECD International Conference on Photochemical Oxidant Pollution and Its Control, published as EPA Document 600—3—77—001a, 1977.

Chatfield, R.B. and H. Harrison, Tropospheric ozone: mixing vs photochemistry, J. Geophys. Res., 81, 421—423, 1976.

 

Undergraduate Textbook Contributions

Chatfield, R.B., "Atmospheric Composition and Structure," Earth System Science: Processes and Issues, ed., G. Ernst, Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Chatfield, R.B., "Atmospheric Motions and the Greenhouse Effect," Earth System Science: Processes and Issues, ed., G. Ernst, Cambridge University Press, 2000.

 

Significant Reports, Theses and Semi-Reviewed Work

Acid Deposition Modeling Project, Development of Acid Deposition Models: "Clouds" and "Model Resolution", with A. Thompson and H.—M. Hsu, in Regional Acid Deposition: Models and Physical Processes, NCAR Technical Note NCAR/TN-214+STR, 1983.

Chatfield, R.B., Remote tropospheric SO2: Cloud transport of reactive sulfur emissions, Ph.D. dissertation, Colorado State University, published as Cooperative Thesis No. 70, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO 80307, U.S.A., 1982.

Rasmussen, R.A., R.B. Chatfield, and M.W. Holdren, Hydrocarbon and oxidant chemistries observed at a site near St. Louis, Final Report to the EPA, No. 68—02—2254, 1976.

Rasmussen, R.A., R.B. Chatfield, and M.W. Holdren, Hydrocarbon levels observed in a midwest rural open—forested area, report to the Coordinating Research Council, Contract CAPRAC—11, 1976.

Chatfield, R.B., Tropospheric ozone: New estimates of the background and its variability, Master's Thesis, University of Washington, 1976.