DataONE:Notebook/Reuse of repository data/2010/09/02
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Notes for September 2, 2010
Searches in Scopus for ORNL DAAC data
Search #5: Term: “SAFARI 2000” in All Fields of Document search Date range: 2008-2010 Document type: Article Results: 208
First result on list: Bravo, S. et al. “Fire–rainfall relationships in Argentine Chaco savannas.” 'Journal of Arid Environments' Volume 74, Issue 10, October 2010, Pages 1319-1323 doi:10.1016/j.jaridenv.2010.04.010
Citation context (found in Introduction): We examined the hypothesis that the fire regime of the semiarid Chaco ecosystems are influenced, among others factors, by an increase in water availability, which generates over time a major increase in fine fuel availability for fires. This hypothesis derived from, a) research conducted in other savannas worldwide, which showed a relationship between rainfall, fuel production and changes in fire regime parameters ([Harris et al., 2008], [Hély et al., 2003], [Swetnam and Baisan, 1996] and [Grau, 2001]), and b) the increasing fire frequency in other seasonal environments of Argentina concurrently with a period of greater water availability ([Grau and Veblen, 2000] and [Kitzberger et al., 1997]).
Cites the following article: Hély et al., 2003 C. Hély, S. Alleaume, R. Swap, H. Shugart and C.D. Justice, Safari 2000. Characterization of fuels, fire behavior, combustion completeness and emissions from experimental burns in infertile grass savannas in Western Zambia, 'Journal of Arid Environments' 54 (2003), pp. 381–394. doi:10.1006/jare.2002.1097
Second result on list: Yan Cheng, Shun Cheng Lee, Kin Fai Ho and Kochy Fung. “Positive sampling artifacts in particulate organic carbon measurements in roadside environment.” 'Environmental Monitoring and Assessment' Volume 168, Numbers 1-4, 645-656. doi: 10.1007/s10661-009-1140-1
Citation Context (found in Introduction): The positive OC artifacts for the plume sample of a savanna fire measured by Eatough et al. (2003) varied from 39% to 85% of the total carbon collected on a front quartz filter. (646)
Cites the following article: Eatough, D. J., Eatough, N. L., Pang, Y., Sizemore, S., Kirchstetter, T. W., Novakov, T., et al. (2003). Semivolatile particulate organic material in Southern Africa during SAFARI 2000. 'Journal of Geophysical Research', 108(D13), 8479. doi: 10.1029/2002JD002296
Third result on list: E. M. Wilcox “Stratocumulus cloud thickening beneath layers of absorbing smoke aerosol.” 'Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss.', 10, 18635-18659, 2010 doi: 10.5194/acpd-10-18635-2010
Citation Context (found in section 3 The radiative effect of smoke aerosol): “Aerosol optical properties are derived from in-situ observations during the SAFARI 2000 field campaign (Haywood et al., 2003) where it is reported that the single-scatter albedo was 0.89 at 10 0.55 μm.”
Cites the following article: Haywood, J. M., Francis, P., Dubovik, O., Glew, M., and Holben, B.: "Comparison of aerosol size distributions, radiative properties, and optical depths determined by aircraft observations and Sun photometers during SAFARI 2000," 'J. Geophys. Res.', 108, 8471, doi:10.1029/2002JD002250, 2003.