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Alex E S Green grad student 1978 University of Florida
 (Spatial and energetic aspects of electron energy deposition.)
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Airapetian VS, Barnes R, Cohen O, et al. (2019) Impact of space weather on climate and habitability of terrestrial-type exoplanets International Journal of Astrobiology. 19: 136-194
Pettit J, Randall CE, Marsh DR, et al. (2018) Effects of the September 2005 Solar Flares and Solar Proton Events on the Middle Atmosphere in WACCM Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 123: 5747-5763
Airapetian VS, Jackman CH, Mlynczak M, et al. (2017) Atmospheric Beacons of Life from Exoplanets Around G and K Stars. Scientific Reports. 7: 14141
Matthes K, Funke B, Andersson ME, et al. (2017) Solar forcing for CMIP6 (v3.2) Geoscientific Model Development. 10: 2247-2302
Liang Q, Chipperfield MP, Fleming EL, et al. (2017) Deriving global OH abundance and atmospheric lifetimes for long-lived gases: a search for CH3CCl3 alternatives Journal of Geophysical Research. 122
Matthes K, Funke B, Anderson ME, et al. (2016) Solar Forcing for CMIP6 (v3.1) Geoscientific Model Development Discussions. 1-82
Jackman CH, Marsh DR, Kinnison DE, et al. (2016) Atmospheric changes caused by galactic cosmic rays over the period 1960-2010 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 16: 5853-5866
Duderstadt KA, Dibb JE, Jackman CH, et al. (2016) Comment on “Atmospheric ionization by high-fluence, hard spectrum solar proton events and their probable appearance in the ice core archive” by A. L. Melott et al. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 121: 12,484-12,489
Bardeen CG, Marsh DR, Jackman CH, et al. (2016) Impact of the January 2012 solar proton event on polar mesospheric clouds Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 121: 9165-9173
Duderstadt KA, Dibb JE, Schwadron NA, et al. (2016) Nitrate ion spikes in ice cores not suitable as proxies for solar proton events Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 121: 2994-3016
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