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Adams C, Bourassa AE, Bathgate AF, McLinden CA, Lloyd ND, Roth CZ, Llewellyn EJ, Zawodny JM, Flittner DE, Manney GL et al..  2013.  Characterization of Odin-OSIRIS ozone profiles with the SAGE II dataset. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 6(5):1447-1459.
Adams C, Bourassa AE, McLinden CA, Sioris CE, von Clarmann T, Funke B, Rieger LA, Degenstein DA.  2016.  Effect of volcanic aerosol on stratospheric NO2 and N2O5 from 2002-2014 as measured by Odin-OSIRIS and Envisat-MIPAS. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions. 2016:1–28.
Sofieva VF, Rahpoe N, Tamminen J, Kyrölä E, Kalakoski N, Weber M, Rozanov A, von Savigny C, Laeng A, von Clarmann T et al..  2013.  Harmonized dataset of ozone profiles from satellite limb and occultation measurements. Earth System Science Data. 5:349–363.
Adams C, Normand EN, McLinden CA, Bourassa AE, Lloyd ND, Degenstein DA, Krotkov NA, Belmonte Rivas M, Boersma KF, Eskes H.  2016.  Limb–nadir matching using non-coincident NO2 observations: Proof of concept and the OMI-minus-OSIRIS prototype product. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions. 2016:1–45.
Adams C, Strong K, Zhao X, Bourassa AE, Daffer WH, Degenstein D, Drummond JR, Farahani EE, Fraser A, Lloyd ND et al..  2013.  The spring 2011 final stratospheric warming above Eureka: anomalous dynamics and chemistry. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 13:611–624.
Sioris CE, McLinden CA, Fioletov VE, Adams C, Zawodny JM, Bourassa AE, Roth CZ, Degenstein DA.  2014.  Trend and variability in ozone in the tropical lower stratosphere over 2.5 solar cycles observed by SAGE II and OSIRIS. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 14:3479–3496.
Adams C, Strong K, Batchelor RL, Bernath PF, Brohede S, Boone C, Degenstein D, Daffer WH, Drummond JR, Fogal PF et al..  2012.  Validation of ACE and OSIRIS ozone and NO2 measurements using ground-based instruments at 80° N. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions. 5(1):517-588.