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Characterization of Odin-OSIRIS ozone profiles with the SAGE II dataset. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 6(5):1447-1459.. 2013.
Validation of ACE and OSIRIS ozone and NO2 measurements using ground-based instruments at 80° N. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions. 5(1):517-588.. 2012.
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.. 2016.
The spring 2011 final stratospheric warming above Eureka: anomalous dynamics and chemistry. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 13:611–624.. 2013.
Limbâ€“nadir matching using non-coincident NO2 observations: Proof of concept and the OMI-minus-OSIRIS prototype product. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions. 2016:1–45.. 2016.
Inversion algorithms for recovering minor species densities from limb scatter measurements at UV-visible wavelengths. Journal of Geophysical Research (Atmospheres). 107:4172-+.biblio_coins. 2002.
Studies for the Odin sub-millimetre radiometer. II. Retrieval methodology. Canadian Journal of Physics. 80:341-+.biblio_coins. 2002.
Evaluation of ozonesondes, HALOE, SAGE II and III, Odin- OSIRIS and -SMR, and ENVISAT-GOMOS, -SCIAMACHY and -MIPAS ozone profiles in the tropics from SAOZ long duration balloon measurements in 2003 and 2004. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 7:2671–2690.biblio_coins. 2007.
SASKTRAN: A spherical geometry radiative transfer code for efficient estimation of limb scattered sunlight. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 109:52–73.biblio_coins. 2008.
Evolution of the stratospheric aerosol enhancement following the eruptions of Okmok and Kasatochi: Odin-OSIRIS measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research. 115biblio_coins. 2010.
Stratospheric aerosol retrieval from OSIRIS limb scattered sunlight spectra. Doctor of Philosophybiblio_coins. 2007.
Odin-OSIRIS stratospheric aerosol data product and SAGE III intercomparison. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 12:605–614.. 2012.
Retrieval of stratospheric aerosol size information from OSIRIS limb scattered sunlight spectra. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 8:6375–6380.biblio_coins. 2008.
Stratospheric aerosol retrieval with optical spectrograph and infrared imaging system limb scatter measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research (Atmospheres). 112:10217-+.biblio_coins. 2007.
Fast NO₂ retrievals from Odin-OSIRIS limb scatter measurements. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 4:965-972.. 2011.
Trends in stratospheric ozone derived from merged SAGE II and Odin-OSIRIS satellite observations. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 14:6983–6994.. 2014.
Large Volcanic Aerosol Load in the Stratosphere Linked to Asian Monsoon Transport. Science. 337:78-81.. 2012.
SASKTRAN: A spherical geometry radiative transfer code for efficient estimation of limb scattered sunlight. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer. 109:52-73.biblio_coins. 2008.
Climatology of the subvisual cirrus clouds as seen by OSIRIS on Odin. Advances in Space Research. 36:807-812.biblio_coins. 2005.
Precision estimate for Odin-OSIRIS limb scatter retrievals. Journal of Geophysical Research. 117(D4). 2012.
Validation of Odin/OSIRIS stratospheric NO2 profiles. Journal of Geophysical Research (Atmospheres). 112:7310-+.biblio_coins. 2007.
Evaluation of ACE-FTS and OSIRIS Satellite retrievals of ozone and nitric acid in the tropical upper troposphere: Application to ozone production efficiency. Journal of Geophysical Research. 116(D12). 2011.
Observations of an extended mesospheric tertiary ozone peak. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics. 67:1395-1402.biblio_coins. 2005.
Limb scatter ozone retrieval from 10 to 60 km using a multiplicative algebraic reconstruction technique. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 9:6521–6529.biblio_coins. 2009.
Observations of mesospheric ozone depletion during the October 28, 2003 solar proton event by OSIRIS. Geophysical Research Letters. 32:3-+.biblio_coins. 2005.