1. Brasseur, G., Physique et chimie de l'atmosphère moyenne, 310 pages, Masson Editeurs, Paris, France, 1982.

2. Brasseur, G., and S. Solomon, Aeronomy of the Middle Atmosphere, 441 pages, Reidel Publishing Company, The Netherlands, 1984. Second edition in 1986 by Kluwer (Translated into Russian [1987] and Chinese [1988].). Third edition (644 pages) published in 2005 by Springer Verlag.

3. Brasseur, G. P. (Ed.), The Stratosphere and Its Role in the Climate System, NATO/ASI Series, Series 1: Global Environmental Change, Vo. 54, 366 pp., Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1997.

4. Brasseur, G. P., J. Orlando, and G. Tyndall (Eds), Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Change, 654 pages, Oxford University Press, New York, 1999.

5. Brasseur, G. P., R. G. Prinn, and A. P. Pszenney (Eds), Atmospheric Chemistry in a Changing World, 300 pages, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2002.

6. Mosbrugger, V., G. Brasseur, M. Schaller, and B. Stribrny (Eds), Klomawandel und Biodiversitart (Climate Change and Biodiversity), 432 pages, WBG, Darmstadt, 2012.

7. Brasseur G. P. and D. J. Jacob, Mathematical Modeling of Atmospheric Chemistry, in preparation (2014).


Scientific Papers Published in Refereed Journals

8. Brasseur, G., and S. Cieslik, On the behaviour of nitrogen oxides in the stratosphere, Pure Appl. Geophys., 106-108, 1931–1937, 1973.

9. Brasseur, G., and M. Nicolet, Chemospheric processes of nitric oxide in the mesosphere and stratosphere, Planet. Space Sci., 21, 939–961, 1973.

10. Brasseur, G., J. L. van Eck, and P. Vilain, Selection of a single pulse from a mode-locked laser using avalanche transistors, Appl. Optics, 14, 1758–1759, 1975.

11. Bertin, M., and G. Brasseur, Utilisation d'un modele bi-dimensionnel méridional pour eltude de la répartition et de la circulation de l'ozone stratosphérique, L'Aeronautique et l'Astronautique, 61, 11–15, 1976.

12. Brasseur, G., and J. Lemaire, Fitting of hydrodynamic and kinetic solar wind models, Planet. Space Sci., 25, 201–202, 1977.

13. Brasseur, G., Un modèle bi-dimensionnel du comportement de l'ozone dans la stratosphère, Planet. Space Sci., 26, 139–159, 1978.

14. Brasseur, G., Long-term effect on the ozone layer of nitrogen oxides produced by thermonuclear explosions in the atmosphere, Ann. Geophys., 34, 301–306, 1978.

15. Brasseur, G., and M. Bertin, The action of chlorine on the ozone layer as given by a zonally averaged two-dimensional model, Pure Appl. Geophys., 117, 436–447, 1978/1979.

16. Brasseur, G., and P. C. Simon, Stratospheric chemical and thermal response to long-term variability in solar UV irradiance, J. Geophys. Res., 86, 7343–7362, 1981.

17. De Baets, P., G. Brasseur, and P. C. Simon, Chemical response of the middle atmosphere to solar variations, Solar Physics, 74, 349–353, 1981.

18. Brasseur, G., A. De Rudder, and P. C. Simon, Implication for stratospheric composition of a reduced absorption cross section in the Herzberg continuum of molecular oxygen, Geophys. Res. Lett., 10, 20–23, 1983.

19. Brasseur, G., P. De Baets, and A. De Rudder, Solar variability and minor constituents in the lower thermosphere and in the mesosphere, Space Sci. Rev., 34, 377–385, 1983.

20. Brasseur, G., and A. Chatel, Modelling of stratospheric ions: A first attempt, Ann. Geophysicae, 1, 173–185, 1983.

21. Simon, P. C., and G. Brasseur, Photodissociation effects of solar UV radiation, Planet. Space Sci., 31, 987–999, 1983.

22. Brasseur, G., E. Arijs, A. De Rudder, D. Nevejans, and J. Ingels, Acetonitrile in the atmosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 10, 725–728, 1983.

23. Olbregts, J., G. Brasseur, and E. Arijs, Reaction of acetonitrile and chlorine atoms, J. Photochem., 24, 315–322, 1984.

24. Brasseur, G., Agents and effects of ozone trends in the atmosphere, in Stratospheric Ozone Reduction, Solar Ultraviolet Radiation and Plant Life, R. C. Worrest and M. M. Cadwell, Eds., pp. 2–29, Springer Verlag, 1985.

25. Brasseur, G., R. Zellner, A. De Rudder, and E. Arijs, Is hydrogen cyanide (HCN) a progenitor of acetonitrile (CH3CN) in the atmosphere? Geophys. Res. Lett., 12, 117–120, 1985.

26. Keating, G., G. Brasseur, J. Nicholson III, and A. De Rudder, Detection of the response of ozone in the middle atmosphere to short term solar variability, Geophys. Res. Lett., 12, 449–452, 1985.

27. Brasseur, G., A. De Rudder, and Chr. Tricot, Stratospheric response to chemical perturbations, J. Atmos. Chem., 3, 261–288, 1985.

28. Arijs, E., and G. Brasseur, Acetonitrile in the stratosphere and implications for positive ion composition, J. Geophys. Res., 91, 4003–4016, 1985.

29. Labitzke, K., G. Brasseur, B. Naujokat, and A. De Rudder, Long-term temperature trends in the stratosphere: Possible influence of anthropogenic gases, Geophys. Res. Lett., 13, 52–55, 1985.

30. Brasseur, G., and P. De Baets, Ions in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere: A two-dimensional model, J. Geophys. Res., 91, 4025–4046, 1986.

31. Brasseur, G., and D. Offermann, Recombination of atomic oxygen near the mesopause: Interpretation of rocket data, J. Geophys. Res.,91, 10,818–10,824, 1986.

32. Keating, G. M., J. Nicholson III, G. Brasseur, A. De Rudder, and U. Schmailzl, Detection of HNO3 response to short-term solar ultraviolet variability, Nature, 322, 43–46, 1986.

33. Kouker, W., and G. Brasseur, Transport of atmospheric tracers during a winter stratospheric warming event, J. Geophys. Res., 91, 13,167–13,185, 1986.

34. Keating, G. M., M. C. Pitts, G. Brasseur, and A. De Rudder, Response of middle atmosphere to short-term solar ultraviolet variations: 1. Observations, J. Geophys. Res., 92, 889–902, 1987.

35. Brasseur, G., A. De Rudder, G. M. Keating, and J. Nicholson III, Response of middle atmosphere to short-term solar ultraviolet variations: 2. Theory, J. Geophys. Res. 92, 903–914, 1987.

36. Brasseur, G., C. Cariolle, A. De Rudder, L. J. Gray, J. A. Pyle, E. P. Roeth, U. Schmailzl, and D. J. Wuebbles, Odd nitrogen during the MAP/GLOBUS campaign, Planet. Space Sci., 35, 637–645, 1987.

37. Brasseur, G., and A. De Rudder, The potential impact on atmospheric ozone and temperature of increasing trace gas concentrations, J. Geophys. Res., 92, 10,903–10,920, 1987.

38. Hitchman, M. H., and G. Brasseur, Rossby wave activity in a two-dimensional model: Closure for wave driving and meridional eddy diffusivity, J. Geophys. Res., 93, 9405–9417, 1988.

39. Brasseur, G., and M. H. Hitchman, Stratospheric response to trace gas perturbations: Changes in ozone and temperature distributions, Science, 240, 634–637, 1988.

40. Brasseur, G., M. H. Hitchman, P. C. Simon, and A. De Rudder, Ozone reduction in the 1980's: A model simulation of anthropogenic and solar perturbations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 12, 1361–1364, 1988.

41. Gillotay, D., P. C. Simon, and G. Brasseur, Absorption cross-section of alternative chloro-fluoroethanes and potential effects on the ozone layer, Planet. Space Sci., 37, 105–108, 1989.

42. Hitchman, M. H., J. C. Gille, C. D. Rodgers, and G. Brasseur, The separated polar winter stratopause: A gravity wave driven climatological feature, J. Atmos. Sci., 46, 410–422, 1989.

43. Rose, K., and G. Brasseur, A three-dimensional model of chemically active trace species in the middle atmosphere during disturbed winter conditions, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 16,387–16,403, 1989.

44. Brasseur, G., M. H. Hitchman, S. Walters, M. Dymek, E. Falise, and M. Pirre, An interactive chemical dynamical radiative two-dimensional model of the middle atmosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 5639–5655, 1990.

45. Smith, A. K., and G. Brasseur, The Dependence of Constituent Transport on Chemistry in a Two-Dimensional Model of the Middle Atmosphere, J. Geophys. Res.,95, 13,749–13,764, 1990.

46. Brasseur, G. P., C. Granier, and S. Walters, Future changes in stratospheric ozone and the role of heterogeneous chemistry, Nature,348, 626–628, 1990.

47. Granier, C., and G. Brasseur, Ozone and other trace gases in the Arctic and Antarctic regions: A three-dimensional model simulation, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 2995–3011, 1991.

48. Taylor, J. A., G. Brasseur, P. Zimmerman, and R. J. Cicerone, A study of the sources and sinks of methane using a global 3-d Lagrangian tropospheric tracer transport model, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 3013–3044, 1991.

49. Smith, A. K., and G. P. Brasseur, Numerical simulation of the seasonal variation of mesospheric water vapor, J. Geophys. Res.,96, 7553–7563, 1991.

50. Moreau, D., L. W. Esposito, and G. Brasseur, The chemical composition of the Martian atmosphere, J. Geophys.Res., 96, 7933–7945, 1991.

51. Brasseur, G. P., Natural and anthropogenic perturbations of the stratospheric ozone layer, Planet. Space Sci.,40, 403–412, 1992.

52. Beig, G., S. Walters, and G. Brasseur, A two-dimensional model of ion composition in the stratosphere; Part I. Positive ions, J. Geophys. Res.,98, 12,767–12,773, 1993.

53. Beig, G., S. Walters, and G. Brasseur, A two-dimensional model of ion composition; Part II. Negative ions, J. Geophys. Res.,98, 12,775–12,787, 1993.

54. Granier, C., and G. P. Brasseur, Impact of heterogeneous chemistry on model predictions of ozone changes, J. Geophys. Res.,97, 18,015–18,033, 1992.

55. Brasseur, G., and C. Granier, Mount Pinatubo aerosols, chlorofluorocarbons and ozone depletion, Science,257, 1239–1242, 1992.

56. Tie, X. X., G. P. Brasseur, X. Lin, P. Friedlingstein, C. Granier, and P. J. Rasch, The impact of high altitude aircraft on the ozone layer in the stratosphere, J. Atmos. Chem.,18, 103–128, 1994.

57. Yang, P., G. P. Brasseur, J. C. Gille, and S. Madronich, Dimensionalities of ozone attractors and their global distribution, Physica D,76, 331–343, 1994.

58. Huang, T. Y. W., and G. Brasseur, The effect of solar variability in a two-dimensional interactive model of the middle atmosphere, J. Geophys. Res.,98, 20,413–20,427, 1993.

59. Brasseur, G., The response of the middle atmosphere to long-term and short-term solar variability: A two-dimensional model, J. Geophys. Res.,98, 23,079–23,090, 1993.

60. Lefèvre, F., G. Brasseur, I. Folkins, and A. K. Smith, Stratospheric chlorine monoxide and ozone: Three-dimensional model simulations, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 8183–8195, 1994.

61. Filyushkin, V. V., S. Madronich, G. P. Brasseur, and I. V. Petrapavlovskih, Fast two-stream method for computing diurnal-mean actinic flux in vertically inhomogeneous atmospheres, J. Atmos. Sci.,51, 1077–1088, 1994.

62. Tie, X., X. Lin, and G. P. Brasseur, Two-dimensional coupled dynamical/chemical/ microphysical simulation of global distribution of El Chichón volcanic aerosols, J. Geophys. Res, 99, 16,779–16,792, 1994.

63. Hauglustaine, D. A., C. Granier, G. P. Brasseur, and G. Mégie, The importance of atmospheric chemistry in the calculation of radiative forcing on the climate system, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 1173–1186, 1994.

64. Yang, P., and G. P. Brasseur, Dynamics of the oxygen-hydrogen system in the mesosphere, 1: Photochemical equilibria and catastrophe, J. Geophys. Res.,99, 20,955–20965, 1994.

65. Hauglustaine, D., C. Granier, G. P. Brasseur, and G. Mégie, Impact of present aircraft emissions of nitrogen oxides on tropospheric ozone and climate forcing, Geophys. Res. Lett.,21, 2031–2034, 1994.

66. Riese, M., D. Offermann, and G. Brasseur, Energy released by recombination of atomic oxygen and related species at mesopause heights, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 14,585–14,593, 1994.

67. Folkins, I., A. Weinheimer, G. Brasseur, F. Lefèvre, B. Ridley, and J. Walega, J. Collins, and R. F. Pueschel, Three-dimensional model interpretation of NOx measurements from the lower stratosphere, J. Geophys. Res.,99, 23,117–23,129, 1994.

68. Friedlingstein, P., J.-F. Müller, and G. P. Brasseur, Sensitivity of the terrestrial biosphere to climatic changes: Impact on the carbon cycle, Environ. Poll., 83, 143–147, 1994.

69. Ricaud, Ph., G. Brasseur, J. Brillet, J. de La Noë, J.-P. Parisot, M. Pirre, Theoretical validation of ground-based microwave ozone observations, Ann. Geophys., 12, 664–673, 1994.

70. Tie, X. X., G. P. Brasseur, B. Briegleb, and C. Granier, Two-dimensional simulation of Pinatubo aerosol and its effect on stratospheric ozone, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 20,545–20,562, 1994.

71. Friedlingstein, P., K. C. Prentice, I. Y. Fung, J. G. John, and G. P. Brasseur, Carbon-biosphere-climate interactions in the last glacial maximum climate, J. Geophys. Res.,100, 7203–7221, 1995.

72. Pham, M., J. F. Müller, G. P. Brasseur, C. Granier, and G. Mégie, A three-dimensional study of the tropospheric sulfur cycle, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 26,06l–26,092, 1995.

73. Rasch, P. J., B. A. Boville, and G. P. Brasseur, A three-dimensional general circulation model with coupled chemistry for the middle atmosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 9041–9071, 1995.

74. Martinerie, P., G. P. Brasseur, and C. Granier, The chemical composition of ancient atmospheres: A model study constrained by ice core data, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 14,291–14,304, 1995.

75. Friedlingstein, P., I. Fung, E. Holland, J. John, G. Brasseur, D. Erickson, and D. Schimel, On the contribution of CO2 fertilization to the missing biospheric sink, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 9, 541–556, 1995.

76. Tie, X. X., and G. Brasseur, The response of stratospheric ozone to volcanic eruptions: Sensitivity to atmospheric chlorine loading, Geophys. Res. Lett., 22, 3035–3038, 1995.

77. Müller, J.-F., and G. Brasseur, IMAGES: A three-dimensional chemical transport model of the global troposphere, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 16,445–16,490, 1995.

78. Brasseur, G. P., J.-F. Müller, and C. Granier, Atmospheric Impact of NOx Emissions by Subsonic Aircraft: A Three-dimensional Study, J. Geophys. Res.,101, 1423–1428, 1996.

79. Granier, C., J.-F. Müller, S. Madronich, and G. P. Brasseur, Possible causes for the 1990–1993 decrease in the global tropospheric CO abundance: A three-dimensional study, Atmos. Environ.,30, 1673–1682, 1996.

80. Brasseur, G. P., D. A. Hauglustaine, and S. Walters, Chemical compounds in the remote Pacific troposphere: Comparison between MLOPEX measurements and chemical-transport-model calculations, J. Geophys. Res.,101, 14,795–14,813, 1996.

81.       De Rudder, A., N. Larsen, X. Tie, C. Granier, and G. P. Brasseur, Model study of Polar stratospheric clouds and their effect on stratospheric ozone: Part I. Model description, J. Geophys. Res.,101, 12,567–12,574, 1996.

82.       Tie, X, G. P. Brasseur, C. Granier, A. De Rudder, and N. Larsen, Model study of Polar stratospheric clouds and their effect on stratospheric ozone: Part II. Model results, J. Geophys. Res.,101, 12,575–12,584, 1996.

83.       Tie, X., and G. P. Brasseur, The importance of heterogeneous bromine chemistry in the lower stratosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett.,23, 2505–2508, 1996.

84.       Pham, M., J.-F. Müller, G. P. Brasseur, C. Granier, and G. Megie, A 3-D model study of the global sulphur cycle: Contributions of anthropogenic and biogenic sources, Atmos. Environ., 30, 1815–1822, 1996.

85.       Lamarque, J.-F., G. P. Brasseur, P. G. Hess, and J.-F. Müller, Three-dimensional study of the relative contributions of the different nitrogen sources in the troposphere, J. Geophys. Res., 101, 22,955–22,968, 1996.

86.       Chen, L., J. London, and G. Brasseur, Middle atmospheric ozone and temperature responses to solar irradiance variations over 27-day periods, J. Geophys. Res.,102, 29,957‑29,979, 1997.

87.       Brasseur, G. P., X. Tie, P. J. Rasch, and F. Lefèvre, A three-dimensional model simulation of the Antarctic ozone hole: Impact of anthropogenic chlorine on the lower stratosphere and upper troposphere, J. Geophys. Res.,102, 8909–8930, 1997.

88.       Van Roozendael, M., M. De Mazière, C. Hermans, P. C. Simon, J.-P. Pommereau, F. Goutail, X. X. Tie, G. Brasseur, and C. Granier, Ground-based observations of stratospheric NO2 at high and midlatitudes in Europe after the Mount Pinatubo eruption, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 19,171–19,176, 1997.

89.       Kull, A., E. Kopp, C. Granier, and G. Brasseur, Ions and electrons of the lower latitude D-region, J. Geophys. Res.,102, 9705–9716, 1997.

90.       Massie, S. T., J. E. Dye, D. Baumgardner, W. J. Randel, F. Wu, X. Tie, L. Pan, F. Figarol, G. P. Brasseur, M. Santee, W. G. Read, R. G. Grainer, A. Lamert, J. L. Mergenthaler, and A. Tabazadeh, Simultaneous observations of polar stratospheric clouds and HNO3 over Scandinavia in January, 1992, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 595–598, 1997.

91.       Tourpali, K., X. Tie, C. Zerefos, and G. Brasseur, Decadel evolution of total ozone decline: Observations and model results, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 23,955–23,962, 1997.

92.       Tie, X., C. Granier, W. Randel, and G. Brasseur, The effects of interannual variation of temperature on heterogeneous reactions and stratospheric ozone, J. Geophys. Res.,102, 23,519–23,527, 1997.

93.       Holland E. A., B. H. Braswell, J. F. Lamarque, A. Townsend, J. Sulzman, J. F. Müller, F. Dentener, G. Brasseur, H. Levy II, J. E. Penner, and G. J. Roelofs, Variations in the predicted spatial distribuiton of atmospheric nitrogen deposition and their impact on carbon uptake by terrestrial ecosystems, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 15,849–15,866, 1997.

94.       Emmons, L.K., M.A. Carroll, D.A. Hauglustaine, G.P. Brasseur, et al., Climatologies of NOx and NOy,: A comparision of data and models, Atmos. Environ., 31, 1851-1904, 1997.

95.       Lee, J. M., S. C. Doney, G. P. Brasseur, and J.-F. Müller, A global three-dimensional atmosphere-ocean model of methyl bromide distributions, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 16,039–16,057, 1998.

96.       Khosravi, R., G. Brasseur, A. Smith, D. Rusch, J. Water, and J. Russell III, Significant reduction in the ozone deficit: A 3-D model study using UARS data, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 16,20316,219, 1998.

97.       Thakur, A. N., H. B. Singh, P. Mariani, Y. Chen, Y. Wang, D. J. Jacob, G. Brasseur, J.-F. Müller, and M. Lawrence, Distribution of reactive nitrogen species in the remote free troposphere: Data and model comparisons, Atmos. Environ.,33, 1403–1422, 1999.

98.       Brasseur, G. P., R. A. Cox, D. Hauglustaine, I. Isaksen, J. Lelieveld, D. H. Lister, R. Sausen, U. Schumann, A. Wahner, and P. Wiesen, European scientific assessment of the atmospheric effects of aircraft emissions, Atmos. Environ., 32, 2327–2422, 1998.

99.       Granier, C., J.-F. Müller, G. Petron, and G. Brasseur, A three-dimensional study of the global CO budget, in Chemosphere: Global Change Science,1¸ 255–261, Pergamon, 1999.

100.    Brasseur, G. P., D. A. Hauglustaine, S. Walters, P. J. Rasch, J.-F. Müller, C. Granier, and X.-X. Tie, MOZART, a global chemical-transport model for ozone and related chemical tracers, 1. Model description, J. Geophys. Res.,103, 28,265–298,289, 1998.

101.    Hauglustaine, D., G. P. Brasseur, S. Walters, P. J. Rasch, J.-F. Müller, L. K. Emmons, and M. A. Carroll, MOZART, a global chemical-transport model for ozone and related chemical tracers, 2. Model results and evaluation, J. Geophys. Res.,103, 28,291–28,335, 1998.

102.    Müller, J.-F., and G. Brasseur, Sources of upper tropospheric HOx: A three-dimensional study, J. Geophys. Res.,104, 1705–1715, 1999.

103.    Brasseur, G. P., J. T. Kiehl, J.-F. Müller, T. Schneider, C. Granier, X. Tie, D. Hauglustaine, Past and future changes in global tropospheric ozone: Impact on radiative forcing, Geophys. Res. Lett.,25, 3807—3810, 1998.

104.    Riese, M., X. Tie, G. Brasseur, and D. Offermann, Three-dimensional simulations of stratospheric trace gas distributions measured by CRISTA, J. Geophys. Res.,104, 16,419–16,435, 1999.

105.    Guenther, A., B. Baugh, G. Brasseur, J. Greenberg, P. Harley, L. Klinger, D. Serca, and L. Vierling, Isoprene emission estimates and uncertainties in the Central African EXPRESSO study domain, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 30,625–30,639, 1999.

106.    Levelt, P. F., B. V. Khattatov, J. C. Gille, G. P. Brasseur, X. X. Tie, and J. W. Waters, Assimilation of MLS ozone measurements in the global three-dimensional chemistry transport model ROSE, Geophys. Res. Lett., 25, 4493–4496, 1998.

107.    Beig, G., and G. Brasseur, Anthropogenic perturbations of tropospheric ion composition, Geophys. Res. Lett., 26, 1303–1306, 1999.

108.    Hauglustaine, D. A., G. P. Brasseur, and J. S. Levine, A sensitivity simulation of tropospheric ozone changes due to the 1997 Indonesian fire emissions, Geophys. Res. Lett., 3305–3308, 1999.

109.    Lamarque, J.-F., B. V. Khattatov, J. C. Gille, and G. P. Brasseur, Assimilation of measurement of air pollution from space (MAPS) CO in a global three-dimensional model, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 26,209–26,218, 1999.

110.    Khattatov, B. V., J. C. Gille, L. V. Lyjak, G. P. Brasseur, V. L. Dvortsov, A. E. Roche, and J. W. Waters, Assimilation of photochemically active species and a case analysis of UARS data, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 18,715–18,737, 1999.

111.    Kanakidou, M., F. J. Dentener, G. P. Brasseur, T. K. Berntsen, W. J. Collins, D. A. Hauglustaine, S. Houweling, I. S. A. Isaksen, M. Krol, M. G. Lawrence, J.-F. Muller, N. Poisson, G. J. Roelofs, Y. Wang, W. M. F. Wauben, 3-D global simulations of tropospheric CO distributions—results of the GIM/IGAC intercomparison 1997 exercise, Chem.: Global Change Sci., 1, 263–282, 1999.

112.    Delmas, R. A., A. Bruilhet, B. Cros, P. Durand, C. Delon, J. P. Lacaux, J. M. Brustet, D. Serca, C. Affre, A. Guenther, J. Greenberg, W. Baugh, P. Harley, L. Klinger, P. Ginoux, G. Brasseur, P. R. Zimmerman, J. M. Gregoire, E. Janodet, A. Tournier, P. Perros, Th. Marion, A. Gaudichet, H. Cachier, S. Ruellan, P. Masclet, S. Cautenet, D. Poulet, C. Bouka Biona, D. Nganga, J. P. Tathy, A. Minga, J. Leomba-Ndembi, and P. Ceccato, Experiment for Regional Sources and Sinks of Oxidants (EXPRESSO): An overview, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 30,609–30,624, 1999.

113.    Guenther, A., B. Baugh, G.Brasseur, J. Greenberg, P. Harley, L. Klinger, D. Serça, and L. Vierling, Isoprene emission estimates and uncertainties for the Central African EXPRESSO study domain, J. Geophys. Res.,104, 30,625-30,639, 1999.

114.    Bertaux, J. L., A. Hauchecorne, A. Mangin, C. Cot, O. Talagrand, P. Simon, E. Kyrölä, H. Roscoe, O. Hembise and G. P. Brasseur, The MSDOL Project: Assimilation of Gomos Ozone Data in a 3-D Chemistray Transport Model, Phys. Chem Earth (C), 24, 435-437, 1999.

115.    Granier, C., G. Petron, J.-M. Muller, and G. Brasseur, The impact of natural and anthropogenic hydrocarbons on the tropospheric budget of carbon monoxide, Atmos. Environ., 34, 5255-5270, 2000.

116.    Bittner, M., S. Dech, X. Tie, and G. Brasseur, Aspekte der satellitengestützten Fernerkundung der Atmosphäre, Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen, 144, 50-57, 2000.

117.    Brasseur, G.P., A. K. Smith, R. Koshravi, T. Huang, and Stacy Walters, Natural and Human-Induced perturbations in the Middle Atmosphere: A Short Tutorial, Geophys. Monograph,123, 7-20, 2000.

118.    Emmons, L. K., D. A. Hauglustaine, J.-F. Müller, M. A. Carroll, G. P. Brasseur, D. Brunner, J. Staehelin, V. Thouret, A. Marenco, Data composites of airborne ozone and its precursors, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 20,497-20,538, 2000.

119.    Beig, G., G. Brasseur, Model of tropospheric ion composition. A first attempt, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 22,671-22,684, 2000.

120.    Massie, S. T., X.X. Tie, G. P. Brasseur, R. M. Bevilacqua, M. D. Fromm, and M. L. Santee, Chlorine activation during the early 1995–1996 Arctic winter, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 7111-7131, 2000.

121.    Tie, X. X., G. Brasseur, P. Hess, and M. Riese, Inter-hemispheric asymmetry in stratospheric chlorine and bromine loadings, and potential consequences for ozone depletion, Recent Res. Devel. Geophysics, 3, 45-54, 2000.

122.    Riese, M. V., V. Küll, X. Tie, G. Brasseur, D. Offermann, G. Lehmacher, and A. Franzen, Modeling of nitrogen species measured by CRISTA, Geophys. Res. Lett., 27, 2221-2224, 2000.

123.    Xu, J. A., K. Smith, G. P. Brasseur, The effects of gravity waves on distribution of chemically active constituents in the mesopause region, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 26,593-26,602, 2000.

124.    Khattatov, B. V., J.-F. Lamarque, L. V. Lyjak, R. Menard, P. Levelt, X.X. Tie, G. Brasseur, and J. C. Gille, Assimilation of satellite observations of long-lived chemical species in global chemistry transport models, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 29,135-29,144, 2000. 

125.    Mauzerall, S. L., D. Narita, H. Akimoto, L. Horowitz, S. Walters, D. A. Hauglustaine, and G. Brasseur, Seasonal characteristics of tropospheric ozone production and mixing ratios over East Asia: A global three-dimensional chemical transport model analysis, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 17895-17910, 2000.

126.    Hauglustaine, D., L. Emmons, M. Newchurch, G. Brasseur, T. Takao, K. Matsubara, J. Johnson, B. Ridley, J. Stith, and J. Dye, On the role of lightning NOx in the formation of tropospheric ozone plumes: A global model perspective, J. Atm. Chem.,38, 277-294, 2001.

127.    Yang, P. and G. Brasseur, The nonlinear Response of Stratospheric Ozone to NOx and CIOx Perturbations, Geophys. Res. Lett.,28, 717-720, 2001.

128.    Livesey, N. J., J. W. Waters, R. Khosravi, G. P. Brasseur, G. S. Tyndall, and W. G. Read, Stratospheric CH3CN from the UARS Microwave Limb Sounder, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 779-782, 2001.

129.    Tie, X. X., R. Zhang, G. Brasseur, L. Emmons, and W. Lei, Effects of lighting on reactive nitrogen and nitrogen reservoir species on the troposphere, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 3167-3178, 2001.

130.    Tie, X. X., G. Brasseur, and L. Emmons, L. Horowitz, D. Kinnison, Effects of aerosols on tropospheric oxidants: A global model study, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 22931-22964, 2001.

131.    Lee-Taylor, J. M., G. P. Brasseur, and Y. Yokouchi, A preliminary 3-D global model study of atmospheric methyl chloride distributions, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 34221-34233, 2001.

132.    Hauglustaine, D. A., and G. P. Brasseur, Evolution of Tropospheric Ozone Under Anthropogenic Activities and Associated Radiative Forcing of Climate, J. Geophys. Res. 106, 32337-32360, 2001.

133.    Bond, D.W., R. Zhang, X. Tie, G. Brasseur, G. Huffins, R. Orville, and D. Boccippio, NOx production by lightning over the Continental United States, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 27701-27710, 2001.

134.    Marsh, D., A. Smith, G. Brasseur, M. Kaufmann, and K. Grossmann, The existence of a tertiary ozone maximum in the high-latitude middle mesosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett.28, 4531-4534, 2001.

135.    Xu, J.Y., A.K. Smith, and G. P. Brasseur, Conditions for destabilization of gravity waves in the mesopause region, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Phys., 63, 1821-1829, 2001.

136.    Tie, X. X., R. Zhang, G. Brasseur, and W. Lei, Global NOx Production by Lightning, J. Atmos. Chem., 43, 61-74, 2002.

137.    Küll, V., M. Riese, X. Tie, T. Wiemert, G. Eidmann, D. Offermann, and G. P. Brasseur, NOy Partitioning and Aerosol Influences in the Stratosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 107 (D23), 8083, doi:10.1029/2001JD001246, 2002.

138.    Khosravi, R., G. Brasseur, A. Smith, D. Rusch,  S. Walters, S. Chabrillat, and G. Kockarts, Response of the mesosphere to human perturbations and solar variability calculated by a 2-D model, J. Geophys. Res., 107 (D18), 4358, doi:10.1029/2001JD001235, 2002

139.    Chabrillat, S., G. Kockarts, D. Fonteyn, and G. Brasseur, Impact of molecular diffusion on the CO2 distribution and the temperature in the mesosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, 10.1029/2002GL015309, 2002

140.    Prather M., et al., Fresh air in the 21st century?, Geophys. Res. Lett., 30 (2), 1100, doi:10.1029/2002GL016285, 2003.

141.    Gauss, M., G. Myhre, G. Pitari, M. Prather, I. S.A. Isaksen, T. K. Berntsen, G. P. Brasseur, F. J. Dentener, R. G. Derwent, D. A. Hauglustaine, L. W. Horowitz, D. J. Jacob, M. Johnson, K. Law, L. J. Mickley, J.-F. Muller, P.-H. Plantevin, J. A. Pyle, D. S. Stevenson, J. K. Sundet, M. Van Weele, and O. Wild, Radiative forcing in the 21st century due to ozone changes in the troposphere and lower stratosphere, 108 (D9), 4292, doi:10.1029/2002JD002624, 2003

142.    Granier, C. and G. P. Brasseur, The impact of road traffic on global tropospheric ozone, Geophys. Res. Lett., 10.1029/2002GL015972, 2002.

143.    Horowitz, L.W., S. Walters, D.L. Mauzerall, L.K. Emmons, P.J. Rasch, C. Granier, X. Tie, J.-F., Lamarque, M.G. Schultz, G. Tyndall,  J.J. Orlando, and G.P. Brasseur, A global simulation of tropospheric ozone and related tracers: Description and evaluation of MOZART, version 2, J. Geophys. Res.,108(D24), 4784, doi:10.1029/2002JD002853, 2003.

144.    Emmons, L.K., P. Hess, A. Klonecki, L. Horowitz, J.-F. Lamarque, D. Kinnison, G. Brasseur, E. Atlas, E. Browell, C. Cantrell, F. Eisele, R. L. Mauldin, J. Merrill, B. Ridley, and R. Shetter, The budget of tropopsheirc ozone during TOPSE from two CTMs, J. Geophys. Res, 108 (D8), 8372, doi:10.1029/2002JD002665, 2003.

145.    Tie, X., L. Emmons, L. Horowitz, G. Brasseur, B. Ridley, E. Atlas, C. Stroud, P. Hess, A. Klonecki, S. Madronich, R. Talbot, J. Dibb, Effect of sulfate aerosol on tropospheric NOx and ozone budgets: Model simulations and TOPSE evidence, J. Geophys. Res., 108 (D4), 8364, doi:10.1029/2001JD001508, 2003. 

146.    Yang P. and G. P. Brasseur, Mathematical analysis of the stratospheric photochemical system, J. Geophys. Res., 109, D15308, doi:10.1029/2003JD004028, 2004.

147.    Schultz, M., T. Diehl, G. P. Brasseur, W. Zittel, Air Pollution and Climate-Forcing Impacts of a Global Hydrogen Economy, Science, 302 (5645), 624-627, 2003.

148.    Hoelzemann, J. J., M. G. Schultz, G. P. Brasseur, C. Granier, and M. Simon, Global Wildland Fire Emission Model (GWEM): Evaluating the use of global area burnt satellite data, J. Geophys. Res.,109, D14S04, doi:10.1029/2003JD003666, 2004.

149.    Ridley, B., L. Ott, K. Pickering, L. Emmons, D. Montzka, A. Weinheimer, D. Knapp, F. Grahek. L. Li., G. Heymsfield, M. McGill, P. Kucera, M. J. Mahoney, D. Baumgardner, M. Schultz, and G. Brasseur, Florida Thunderstorms, A faucet of reactive nitrogen in the upper troposphere, J. Geophys. Res., 109, D17305, doi:10.1029/2004JD004769, 2004.

150.    Gettelman A., D. E. Kinnison, T. J. Dunkerton, G. P. Brasseur, Impact of monsoon circulations on the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 109, D22101, doi:10.1029/2004JD004878, 2004.

151.    Chandra, S., J. R. Ziemke, Xuexi Tie, and G. Brasseur, Elevated ozone in the troposphere over the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in the Northern Hemisphere, Geophys. Res. Lett.,31, L23102, doi:10.1029/2004GL020821, 2004

152.    Gruzdev, A., N. and G. P. Brasseur, Long-term Changes in the Mesosphere Calculated by a Two-Dimensional Model, J. Geophys. Res., 110, D03304, doi:10.1029/2003JD004410, 2005.

153.    Tie X., S. Madronich, S. Walters, D. P. Edwards, P. Ginoux, N. Mahowald, R. Zhang, C. Lou, G. Brasseur, Assessment of the global impact of aerosols on tropospheric oxidants, J. Geophys. Res.,110, D03204, doi:10.1029/2004JD005359, 2005.

154.    Lamarque, J.-F., J. Kiehl, G. Brasseur, T. Butler, P. Cameron-Smith, W.D. Collins, W.J. Collins, C. Granier, D. Hauglustaine, P. Hess, E. Holland, L. Horowitz, M. Lawrence, D. McKenna, P. Merilees, M. Prather, P. Rasch, D. Rotman, D. Shindell, and P. Thornton, Assessing future nitrogen depsosition and carbon cycle feedback using a multi-dimensional approach. Part 1. Analysis of nitrogen deposition, J. Geophys. Res.,110, D19303, doi:10.1029/2005JD005825, 2005.

155.    Brasseur G. and E. Roeckner, Impact of improved air quality on the future evolution of climate, Geophys. Res. Lett.,32, L23704, doi:10.1029/2005GL023902, 2005.

156.    Baumgardner, D., G. B. Raga, and G. Brasseur, Are we prepared for a wet MIRAGE? Atmos. Environ., 39, 7447-7448, 2005.

157.    Baier, F. T Erbertseder, O. Morgenstern, M. Bittner, and G. Brasseur, Assimilation of MIPAS observations using a three-dimensional global chemistry-transport model, Q.J.R. Meteorol. Soc., 131, 3529-3542, 2005.

158.    S. Lal, D. Chand, L.K. Sahua, S. Venkataramania, G. Brasseurb and M.G. Schultzb, High levels of ozone and related gases over the Bay of Bengal during winter and early spring of 2001, Atmos. Env., 40 (9), 1633-1644, 2006.

159.    Schmidt, H., G. P. Brasseur, M. Charron, E. Manzini, M.A. Giorgetta, T. Diehl, V. I. Fomichev, D. Kinnison, D. Marsh, and S. Walters, The HAMMONIA chemistry climate model: Sensitivity of the mesopause region to the 11-year solar cycle and CO2 doubling,  J. Climate, 19, 3903-3931, 2006.

160.    Brasseur, G.P. M. Schultz, C. Granier, M. Saunois, T. Diehl, M. Botzet,  E. Roeckner, and S. Walters, Impact of climate change on the future chemical composition of the global troposphere, J. Climate, 19, 3932-3951, 2006.

161.    Beig., G. And G. P. Brasseur, Influence of anthropogenic emissions on tropospheric ozone and its precursors over Indian tropical region during Monsoon, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L07808, doi:10.1029/2005GL024949, 2006.

162.    Lal, S., D. Chand, L.K. Sahu, S. Venkataramani, G. Brasseur, M.G. Schultz, High levels of ozone and related gases over the Bay of Bengal during winter and early spring of 2001, Atmos. Environ., 40, 1633-1644, 2006.

163.    Tie, X.X., G P. Brasseur, C. S. Zhao, C. Granier, S. Massie, Y. Qin, P. C. Wang, G. Wang, P. C. Yang, and A. Richter, Chemical Characterization of Air Pollution in Eastern China and the Eastern United States, Atmos. Environ., 40, 2607-2625, 2006.

164.    Niemeier U., C. Granier, L. Kornblueh, S. Walters, G. P. Brasseur, Global impact of road traffic on atmospheric chemical composition and on ozone climate forcing, J. Geophys. Res., 111, D09301, doi:10.1029/2005JD006407, 2006.

165.    Laursen, K. K., D. P. Jorgensen, G. P. Brasseur, S. L. Ustin, and J. R. Huning,  HIAPER, the Next Generation NSF/NCAR Research Aircraft, Bull Amer. Met. Soc., 87, 896-909, 2006

166.    Schmidt, H. And G. P. Brasseur, The response of the middle atmosphere to solar cycle forcing in the Hamburg Model of the Neutral and Ionized Atmosphere, Space Science Reviews, DOI: 10.1007/s11214-006-9068-z, 2006.

167.    Granier, C., U. Niemeier, J. H. Jungclaus, L. Emmons, P. Hess, J.-F. Lamarque, S. Walters, and G.P. Brasseur, Ozone pollution from future ship traffic in the Arctic Northern passage, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L13807, doi:10.1029/2006GL026180, 2006.

168.    Chusheng Zhao1, Xuexi Tie2, Guy Brasseur2,3, Kelvin J. Noone4, Teruyuki Nakajima 5, Qiang Zhang6, Renyi Zhang7, Mengyu Huang6, Ying Duan8, Gelun Li9 and  Yutaka Ishizaka10 Aircraft Measurement of Cloud Droplet Spectral Dispersion and Implications for the Estimate of Indirect Aerosol Radiative Forcing, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L16809, doi:10.1029/2006GL026653, 2006.

169.    Tie, X., S. Chandra, J.R. Ziemke, C. Granier, and G.P. Brasseur, Satellite measurements of tropospheric column O3 and NO2 in eastern and southeastern Asia: Comparison with a global model (MOZART-2), J. Atmos. Chem., DOI: 10.1007/s10874-006-9045-7,, 2007.

170.    Gruzdev, A.N., and G.P. Brasseur, Effect of the 11-year cycle of solar activity on characteristics of the total ozone annual variations, Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, 43, 344-356, 2007 (original text in Russian in Izvestiya AN, Fizika i Okeana, 43, 379-391, 2007).

171.    Kinnison, D. E., G. P. Brasseur, S. Walters, R. R. Garcia, F. Sassi, D. Marsh, L. Emmons, C. Randall, L. Harvey, B. Randel, J. F. Lamarque, L. K. Emmons, P. Hess, J. Orlando, J. Tyndall, and L. Pan, Sensitivity of chemical tracers to meteorological parameters in the MOZART-3 chemical transport model, J. Geophys. Res., 112, D20302, doi:10.1029/2006JD007879, 2007.

172.    Pan L. L., J. C. Wei, D. E. Kinnison, R. R. Garcia, D. J. Wuebbles, G. P. Brasseur, A set of diagnostics for evaluating chemistry-climate models in the extratropical tropopause region, J. Geophys. Res.,112, D09316, doi:10.1029/2006JD007792, 2007.

173.    Gruzdev, A.N., H. Schmidt, and G.P. Brasseur, The effect of the solar rotational irradiance variation on the middle and upper atmosphere calculated by a three-dimensional chemistry-climate model, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 595-614, 2009.

174.    Liu, Y., C.X. Liu, H.P. Wang, X. Tie, S.T. Gao, D. Kinnison, and G. Brasseur, Atmospheric tracers during the 2003-2004 stratospheric warming event and impact of ozone intrusions in the troposphere, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 2157-2170, 2009.

175.    Martinerie, P., E. Noutier-Mazauric, J.-M. Barnola, W.T. Sturges, D.R. Worton, E. Atlas, L.K. Gohar, K.P. Shine, and G.P. Brasseur, Long-lived halocarbon trends and budgets from atmospheric chemistry modeling constrained from measurements in polar firn, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 3911-3934, 2009.

176.    Tie, X.X. D. Wu and G. Brasseur, Lung cancer mortality and exposure to atmospheric aerosol particles in Southern China, Atmos. Environ., 43, 2375-2377, 2009.

177.    Boulanger, J.-Ph., G. Brasseur, A.F. Carril, M. Castro, N. Degallier, C. Ereno, J. Marengo, H. Le Treut, C. Menendez, M. Nunez, O. Penalba, A. Rolla, M. Rustucucci, and R. Terra, The European CLARIS Project, A Europe-South America Network for Climate Change Assessment and Impact Studies, Climate Change, 98, 307-329, 2010.

178.    Brasseur, G.P., and M. Gupta, Impact of aviation on climate: Research priorities, BAMS, 91 (4), 461-463, 2010.

179.    Rast, S., M.G. Schultz, I. Bey, T. van Noije, A.M. Aghedo, G.P. Brasseur, T. Diehl, M. Esch, L. Ganzeveld, I. Kirchner, L. Kornblueh, A. Rhodin, E Roeckner, H. Schmidt, S. Schroeder, U. Schulzweida, P. Stier, K. Thomas, and S. Walters, Interannual variability in tropospheric ozone over the 1980-2000 period: Results from the tropospheric chemistry general circulation model ECHAM5-MOZ, J. Geophys. Res., submitted, 2009.

180.    Pielke Sr., R., K. Beven, G. Brasseur, J. Calvert, M. Chahine, R. Dickerson, D. Entekhabi, E. Foufoula-Georgiou, H. Gupta, V. Gupta, W. Krajewski, E. Philip Krider, W. K.M. Lau, J. McDonnell, W. Rossow, J. Schaake, J. Smith, S. Sorooshian, and E. Wood, 2009: Climate change: The need to consider human forcings besides greenhouse gases. Eos, Vol. 90, No. 45, 10 November 2009, 413.

181.    Schmidt, H., G.P. Brasseur, and M.A. Giorgetta, The solar cycle signal in a general circulation and chemistry model with internally generated QBO, J. Geophys. Res. 115,
doi:10.1029/2009JD012542, 2010.

182.    Shapiro, Melvyn, et al., An Earth system prediction initiative for the 21th century, BAMS, 91, 1377-1388, 2010

183.    Nobre, C., G.P. Brasseur, M.A. Shapiro, M. Lahsen, G. Brunet, A. Busalacchi, K. Hibart, K. Noone and J. Ometto, Addressing the complexity of the Earth system, BAMS, 91, 1389-1396, 2010.

184.    Tie, X., G. Brasseur, and Z. Ying, Impact of model resolution on chemical ozone formation in Mexico City; application of the WRF-Chem model, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 10, 8983-8995, 2010.

185.    Flemming, J., A. Inness, L. Jones, H.J. Eskes, V. Huijnen, M.G. Schultz, O. Stein, D. Cariolle, D. Kinnison and G. Brasseur,  Forecasts and assimilation experiments of the Antarctic Ozone Hole 2008,  Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 1961-1977, 2011.

186.    Beig, G.,  S. Fadnavis, H. Schmidt, and G. P. Brasseur, Inter-comparison of 11 year-solar cycle response in mesospheric ozone and temperature obtained by HALOE satellite data and HAMMONIA model, J. Geophys. Res., DOI: 10.1029/2011JD015697,  2012.

187.    Saiz-Lopez, A., Lamarque, J.-F., Kinnison, D. E., Tilmes, S., Ordóñez, C., Orlando, J. J., Conley, A. J., Plane, J. M. C., Mahajan, A. S., Sousa Santos, G., Atlas, E. L., Blake, D. R., Sander, S. P., Schauffler, S., Thompson, A. M., and Brasseur, G.: Estimating the climate significance of halogen-driven ozone loss in the tropical marine troposphere, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 3939-3949, 2012.

188.    C. Ordóñez, J.-F. Lamarque, S. Tilmes, D. E. Kinnison, E. L. Atlas, D. R. Blake, G. Sousa Santos, G. Brasseur, and A. Saiz-Lopez, Bromine and iodine chemistry in a global chemistry-climate model: description and evaluation of very short-lived oceanic sources, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 1423-1447, doi:10.5194/acp-12-1423-2012, 2012.

189.    Kumar, R., Naja, M., Pfister, G. G., Barth, M. C., Wiedinmyer, C., and Brasseur, G. P.: Simulations over South Asia using the Weather Research and Forecasting model with Chemistry (WRF-Chem): chemistry evaluation and initial results, Geosci. Model Dev., 5, 619-648, doi:10.5194/gmd-5-619-2012, 2012.

190.    Kumar, R., Naja, M., Pfister, G. G., Barth, M. C., and Brasseur, G. P.: Simulations over South Asia using the Weather Research and Forecasting model with Chemistry (WRF-Chem): set-up and meteorological evaluation, Geosci. Model Dev., 5, 321-343, doi:10.5194/gmd-5-321-2012, 2012.

191.    Kumar, R., M. Naja, G. G. Pfister, M. C. Barth, and G. P. Brasseur, Source attribution of carbon monoxide in India and surrounding regions during wintertime, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118, 1981–1995, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50134, 2013.

192.    Brasseur G. P. and C. Granier, Mitigation, adaptation or climate engineering?, Theoretical Inquiries in Law, 14, (1), 1-20, 2013.

193.    Olsen, S., G.P. Brasseur, D. J. Wuebbles, R. H. Barrett, H. Dang, D. Eastham, M. Z. Jacobson, A. Khodayari, H. Selkirk, A. Sokolov, N. Unger, Comparision of model estimates oft he effects of avaiation emissions on atmospheric ozone and methane, Geophys. Res. Lett., DOI: 10.1002/2013GL057660, 2013.

194.    Brasseur, G. P., B. Weber, R. Damoah, A. R. Douglass, M. Z. Jacobson, H. Lees, Q. Liang, S. Olsen, L. D. Oman, L. Ott, S. Pawson, H. B. Selkirk, A. P. Sokolov,   R. S. Stolarski, N. Unger, D. J.Wuebbles, Model Intercomparison of Ozone Sensitivity to NOx Emissions in the Vicinity of the Extratropical Tropopause, Geophys. Res. Lett., submitted, 2013.

195.    Moss, R. H., G. A. Meehl, M. C. Lemos, J. B. Smith, J.R. Arnold, J.C. Arnott, D. Behar, G.P. Brasseur, S.B. Broomell A. J. Busalacchi, S. Dessai, K. L. Ebi, J.A. Edmonds, J. Furlow, L. Goddard, H. C. Hartmann, J. W. Hurrell, J.W. Katzenberger, D.M. Liverman, P.W. Mote, S. C. Moser, A. Kumar, R. S. Pulwarty, E. A. Seyller, B. L. Turner II, W. M. Washington, T. J. Wilbanks, Application-Relevant Climate Adaptation Science, Science, 342 (6159) 696-698 DOI: 10.1126/science.1239569, 2013.

196.    Kumar, R., M.C. Barth, S. Madronich, M. Naja, G.R. Carmichael, G.G. Pfister, C. Knote, G.P. Brasseur, N. Ojha and T. Sarangi, Effects of dust aerosols on tropopspheric chemistry during a typical pre-monsoon season dust storm in northern India, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 114, 1013-1045, 2014.

197.    R. Kumar, M. C. Barth, G. G. Pfister, M. Naja, and G. P. Brasseur, WRF-Chem simulations of a typical pre-monsoon dust storm in northern India: influences on aerosol optical properties and radiation budget, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 2431-2446, 2014

198.    Brasseur G. P. and B. van der Pluijm, Earth’s Future: Navigating the science of the Anthropocene, Earth’s Future, DOI: 10.1002/2013EF000221, 2013.

199.    Brasseur et al., Impact of Aviation on Climate:  FAA’s Aviation Climate Change Research Initiative (ACCRI) Phase II , Bull. Amer. Met. Soc., submitted, 2014.

200.    Rockström, Johan; Brasseur, Guy; Hoskins, Brian; Lucht, Wolfgang; Schellnhuber, John; Kabat, Pavel; Nakicenovic, Nebojsa; Gong, Peng; Schlosser, Peter; Máñez Costa, Maria; Humble, April; Eyre, Nick; Gleick, Peter; James, Rachel; Lucena, Andre; Masera, Omar; Moench, Marcus, Schaeffer, Roberto; Seitzinger, Sybil; van der Leeuw, Sander; Ward, Bob; Stern, Nicholas, Hurrell, James; Srivastava, Leena; Morgan, Jennifer; Nobre, Carlos; Sokona, Youba; Roger Cremades, Ellinor Rot, Diana Liverman, , James Arnott, Climate change, the necessary, the possible and the desirable, Earth’s Future, doi:10.1002/2014EF000280, 2014

201.    Erisman, Jan Willem, Guy Brasseur, Philippe Ciais, Nick van Eekeren, Thomas L. Theis, Put people at the centre of global risk management, Nature, 519, 151-153..

202.    Nagasse, H., D.E. Kinnison, K. Petersen, F. Vitt, and G.P. Brasseur, Effects of injected ice particles in the lower stratosphere on the Antarctic ozone hole, Earth’s Future, doi:10.1002/2014EF000266.


Book Chapters

203.    Brasseur, G., and M. Hitchman, The effect of breaking gravity waves on the distribution of trace species in the middle atmosphere, in Transport Processes in the Middle Atmosphere, (R. Garcia and G. Visconti, eds), NATO ASI Series, Reidel Publishing Company, 1987

204.    Brasseur, G. P., and R. B. Chatfield, The fate of biogenic trace gases in the atmosphere, in Trace Gas Emissions by Plants (T. D. Sharkley et al., eds.), pp. 1–27, Academic Press, 1991.

205.    Brasseur, G., Global warming and ozone depletion: Certainties and uncertainties, in Global Warming and the Challenge of International Cooperation (G. C. Bryner, ed.), David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, Brigham Young University Press, pp. 21–42, 1992.

206.    Brasseur, G., and S. Madronich, Chemistry–Transport Models, in Climate System Modeling (K. E. Trenberth, ed.), Chapter 15, pp. 491–517, Cambridge University Press, 1992.

207.    Brasseur, G. P., A. K. Smith, and C. F. Granier, The stratosphere: An introduction, in The Role of the Stratosphere in Global Change, M. L. Chanin, ed., NATO ASI Series, 18, pp. 1–27, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1993.

208.    Brasseur, G. P., J. C. Gille, and S. Madronich, Ozone depletion, in Future Climates of the World, A. Henderson-Sellers, Ed., Elsevier, 399–432, 1995.

209.    Huang, T. Y. W., and G. P. Brasseur, Response of the middle atmosphere to solar variability—model simulation, in The Sun as a Variable Star, edited by J. M. Pap, C. Fröhlich, H. S. Hudson, and S. K. Solanki, pp. 315–329, Cambridge University Press, 1994.

210.    Hauglustaine, D. A., C. Granier, and G. P. Brasseur, Impact of increased methane emissions on the atmospheric composition and related radiative forcing on the climate system, in Non-CO2Greenhouse Gases, J. van Ham et al., Eds., 253–259, Kluwer, Netherlands, 1994.

211.    Brasseur, G., and X. X. Tie, Modeling of Stratospheric Ozone, in Solar Ultraviolet Radiation, C. S. Zerefos and A. F. Bais, Eds., NATO ASI Series, 52, pp. 85–94, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1997.

212.    Brasseur, G., F. Lefèvre, and A. K. Smith, Chemical-Transport Models of the Atmosphere, in Perspectives in Environmental Chemistry, D. L. Macalady, Ed., pp. 369–399, Oxford, New York, 1998.

213.    Granier, C., J.-F. Müller, and G. Brasseur, The impact of biomass burning on the global budget of ozone and ozone precursors, pp. 69-86, in Biomass Burning and Its Inter-Relationships with the Climate System, J. L. Innes, M. Beniston and M. M. Verstraete, Eds.,. Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2000.

214.    Hauglustaine, D. A., G. P. Brasseur, and J. S. Levine, Impact of the 1997 Indonesian forest fires on tropospheric ozone and its precursors, pp. 87-100, in Biomass Burning and Its Inter-Relationships with the Climate System, J. L. Innes, M. Beniston and M. M. Verstraete, Eds., Kluwer Publishing Co., Dordrecht, 2000.

215.    Bittner, M., S. Dech, X. S. Tie, G. Brasseur. D. Offermann, H. Claude, Ableitung vertikal aufgelöster Ozonprofile aus Säulendichtemessungen des ERS-2-GOME-Instruments unter Verwendung eines 3D-Chemietransportmodells, Erste Resultate, in Troposphärisches Ozon, Symposium 8. Bis 10. Februar 2000, Braunschweig, ISSN 1435-1633, 2000

216.    Brasseur, G. P., A. Smith, R. Koshravi, and X. X. Tie, Global Changes in the Upper and Lower Atmosphere, in Long Term Changes and Trends in the Atmosphere, G. Beig, ed., pp. 3-29, New Age International (P) Limited, Publishers, New Delhi, 2000.

217.    Brasseur, G. P., E. A. Holland, Uncertainties in the Atmospheric Chemical System, Global Biogeochemical Cycles in the Climate System, Academic Press, San Diego, San Francisco, 2001.

218.    Brasseur, G. P., and R. Prinn, Stratospheric ozone, in McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 9th edition, 2002.

219.    Brasseur, G., T. Bates, and C. Granier, Surface atmosphere exchanges of chemical compounds and global change, in Environmental Monitoring Handbook, (F. K. Burden, I. McKelvie, U. Forstner and A. Guenther, eds.),  pp. 18.3-18.21, McGraw Hill, 2002.

220.    Brasseur, G. P., W. Steffen, and C. Granier, Atmospheric composition and surface exchanges, in Emissions of Atmospheric Trace compounds, (C. Granier, P. Artaxo, and C. Reeves, eds.), Kluwer Publishing Co, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2004.

221.    Emmons, L., C. Granier, and G.P. Brasseur, Global chemistry, in Observed Global Climate, (M. Hantel, ed.), Landolt-Börnstein, Germany, 2005.

222.    Brasseur, G., M. Schultz, and L.W. Horowitz, The global budget of tropospheric ozone, in Climate Change and Africa, (Pak Sum Low, ed.), Cambridge University Press, UK,, 2005.

223.    Brasseur, G.P., Préface, in Physique et Chimie de l’Atmosphère, (sous la direction de R. Delmas, G. Mégie et Vincent-Henri Peusch,) Belin, France, 2005.

224.    Chanin, M.-L., and G. Brasseur, Interaction entre chimie atmospherique et le climat, Chapter 11 in Comprendre le changement climatique (J.L. Fellous et C. Gauthier, eds.), Odile Jacob, Paris, 2007.

225.    Brasseur, G.P. and M.-L. Chanin, Atmospheric chemistry and climate interactions, in Facing climate change together, (J.L. Fellous et C. Gauthier, eds.), Cambridge University Press, 2008.

226.    Brasseur, G., Towards Earth System predictions: The importance of ocean observations, Proceedings of the OceanObs’09 Conference, Venice, Italy, (Sept. 2009), in press, 2010.

227.    Brasseur, G., P., D. Marsh, and H. Schmidt, The Impact of Solar Variability on the Climate stem: The Role of Atmospheric Photochemistry, in Heliophysics, Cambridge University Press, 2010.

228.    Brasseur G. P. Preface in the book by Pérola de Castro Vasconcellos: Meio Ambiente  & Química, Um novo contrato entre os seres humanos e a natureza, SENEC Editions, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2013.

229.    Bowyer, P. , G. P. Brasseur, and D. Jacob, The Role of Climate Services in Adapting to Climate Variability and Change, In, Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation, Edited by Leal Filho, W., Springer Reference,  doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40455-9_29-1, 2014.


Other Scientific Papers (e.g., invited papers)

230.    Brasseur, G., A. Duvivier, P. Vandendael, and B. Triest, Réalisation de la thermostatisation d'une enceinte par un système de convection forcée, Rev. de la SRBII, 10, 250–254, 1972.

231.    Brasseur, G., La stratosphère et sa pollution par les avions supersoniques, Rev. de la SRBII, 11, 197–208, 1973.

232.    Brasseur, G., Modèles aéronomiques de la stratosphère, La Méteorologie, VIe srie, 15, 99–129, 1978.

233.    Brasseur, G., First results from the Solar Mesosphere Explorer, Nature, 305, 15, 1983.

234.    Brasseur, G., Mesospheric ozone variations caused by gravity waves, Nature, 313, 270, 1985.

235.    Brasseur, G., The endangered ozone layer, Environment, 29, 7, 6–45, 1987.

236.    Brasseur, G., A Dent Outside the Hole? “News and Views,” Nature, 342, 225–226, 1989.

237.    Brasseur, G., Recent Advances in the Chemistry of the Middle Atmosphere, in Middle Atmosphere Program (Handbook for MAP, Vol. 32, R. A. Vincent, R. Edwards and I. Hirota, eds.), pp. 57–64, 1991.

238.    Brasseur, G., Ozone depletion: A deepening, broadening trend, Nature, 352, 668–669, 1991.

239.    Folkins, I., and G. Brasseur, The chemical mechanisms behind ozone depletion, Chemistry and Industry, 8, 294–297, 1992.

240.    Riese, M., D. Offermann, and G. Brasseur, Recombination energy of atomic oxygen and related species at the mesopause, Adv. Space Res., 14, (9)177–(9)180, 1994.

241.    Keating, G. M., G. P. Brasseur, L. S. Chiou, and N. C. Hsu, Estimating 11-year solar UV variations using 27-day response as a guide to isolate trends in total column ozone, Adv. Space Res., 14, (9)199–(9)209, 1994.

242.    Hauglustaine, D. A., G. P. Brasseur, and S. Walters, A three-dimensional simulation of ozone over the North Atlantic Ocean, in Atmospheric Ozone, R. D. Bojkov and G. Visconti, eds., Proc. XVIII Quad. Ozone Symposium, L’Aquila, Italy, pp. 735–738, September 12–21, 1996. 

243.    Pszenney, A., and G. Brasseur, Tropospheric ozone: An emphasis of IGAC Research, Global Change Newsletter, 30, 2–10, 1997.

244.    Brasseur, G., and J.-F. Müller, Global modeling of the chemical composition of the troposphere, in Eastern Europe and Global Change, A. Ghazi, P. Mathy, C Zerefos, Eds., pp. 25–33, European Commission, Brussels, 1997.

245.     Riese, M., X. Tie, G. Brasseur, D. Offermann, and R. Spang, Three-dimensional model simulations of CRISTA trace gas measurements, Adv. Space Res., 26, 971-974, 2000.

246.    Brasseur, G. and R. Prinn, OH-radical: is the Cleansing Capacity of the Atmosphere Changing ? EGEC, submitted, 2001

247.    Brasseur, G. P., and H. Schmidt, Stratospheric Ozone Depletion (in German), Promet,  2004

248.    Brasseur, G.P., Implications of Climate Change for Air Quality, WMO Bulletin 58(1), World Meteorological Organization, 2008.

249.    Brasseur G. and I. Fischer-Bruns, The All-in-one climate package, Max Planck Research, 1/15/10-15, 2015.


Contributions Published in Conferences Proceedings

250.    Brasseur, G., Chemical kinetics in the stratosphere, AGARD Conference Proceedings No. 125 on Atmospheric Pollution by Aircraft Engines, 7, 1–13, 1973.

251.    Brasseur, G., A theoretical two-dimensional model for minor constituents below 50 km, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Environmental Impact of Aerospace Operations in the High Atmosphere, American Meteorological Society, 171–179, 1974.

252.    Brasseur, G., and M. Bertin, Un modèle bi-dimensional de la stratosphère, Proceedings of the COMESA/COVOS Conference, Oxford, U. K., 1974.

253.    Brasseur, G., and M. Bertin, Distribution and circulation of stratospheric ozone in the meridional plane as given by a two-dimensional model, Proceedings of the Quadrennial International Ozone Symposium, Dresden, GDR, 297–308, 1978.

254.    Brasseur, G., On eddy diffusion coefficients, Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Institute on Atmospheric Ozone, Albufeiras, Portugal, Report FAA-EE-80-20, 767–813, 1980.

255.    Brasseur, G., A. Roucour, and A. De Rudder, The natural and perturbed ozonosphere, Proceedings of the International Conference on Environmental Pollution, Thessaloniki, Greece, 839–910, 1982.

256.    Simon, P. C., and G. Brasseur, Ultraviolet absorption measurements in the atmosphere of Mars, Proceedings of the Workshop “The Planet Mars,” Leeds, Great Britain, Report ESA SP-185, 69–71, 1982.

257.    Brasseur, G., Coupling between the thermosphere and the stratosphere: The role of nitric oxide, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Ground-based Studies of the Middle Atmosphere, MAP Handbook 1O, 116–121, 1984.

258.    Brasseur, G., Ozone and temperature trends due to the injection of trace species in the atmosphere, Proceedings of the Seminar Held at the Commission of the European Communities, Brussels, Belgium, May 18, 1984.

259.    Rose, K., and G. Brasseur, Ozone during stratospheric warming, Proceedings of the Quadrennial International Ozone Symposium, (Greece, 3-7 September 1984), 25–32, 1985.

260.    De Rudder, A., and G. Brasseur, Ozone in the 21st century: Increase or decrease?, Proceedings of the Quadrennial International Ozone Symposium, (Greece, 3–7 September 1984), 92–96, 1985.

261.    Brasseur, G., and K. Rose, Ozone and nitrogen oxides in the middle atmosphere: A three-dimensional model simulation, Proceedings of the 7th ESA Symposium on European Rocket and Balloon Programmes and Related Research, Loen, Norway, 5–11 May, 1985, ESA SP-229, 1985.

262.    Brasseur, G., and A. De Rudder, Theoretical prediction of perturbations in the middle atmosphere related to the increasing emissions of greenhouse gases, Adv. Sp. Sci., 6(10), 51–54, 1987.

263.    Brasseur, G., and A. De Rudder, Comparison between observed and calculated distributions of trace species in the middle atmosphere, Adv. Sp. Sci., 7(9), 83–91, 1987.

264.    Brasseur, G., and M. M. Verstraete, The role of atmospheric chemistry in solar-terrestrial relations, to appear in The Proceedings of the Solar-Terrestrial Energy Program meeting (Helsinki, 1988), SCOSTEP, 1989.

265.    Brasseur, G., and M. M. Verstraete, Atmospheric chemistry-climate interactions, Proceedings of the NATO Workshop held in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, May 1988, to be published by Reidel, 1989.

266.    Brasseur, G., Atmospheric chemistry and climate, Proceedings of the Summer School on Climate Changes, organized by the Commission of the European Communities, Florence, Italy, September 1988, 1989.

267.    Brasseur, G., K. Rose, and C. M. Smythe, The behavior of ozone and other trace gases in the stratosphere during dynamically perturbed situations: A three-dimensional model, Ozone in the Atmosphere, Proceedings of theQuadrennial Ozone Symposium and Tropospheric Ozone Workshop, pp. 621–624, R. D. Bojkov and P. Fabian, eds., A. Deepak Publishing, Hampton, Virginia, 1989.

268.    Keating, G. M., M. C. Pitts, and G. Brasseur, Recent detection of the response of the middle atmosphere to short-term solar ultraviolet variability, Ozone in the Atmosphere, Proceedings of the Quadrennial Ozone Symposium 1988 and Tropospheric Ozone Workshop, pp. 375–379, R. D. Bojkov and P. Fabian, eds., A. Deepak Publishing, Hampton, Virginia, 1989.

269.    Brasseur, G., The response of the middle atmosphere to changes in solar activity, Proceedings of the 28th Liège Colloquium on “Our Changing Atmosphere,” Liège, 1989.

270.    Hauglustaine, D., J. C. Gérard, G. Brasseur, Climatic warming due to increasing trace gases: Simulations with a seasonal energy balance model, Proceedings of the 28th Liège Colloquium on “Our Changing Atmosphere,” Liège, 1989.

271.    Brasseur G., and C. Granier, Les gaz d’origine biologique dans l’atmosphère, Proceedings of the CNES Summer School on the Middle Atmosphere and Space Observations, pp. 331–352, Cépaduès–Editions, Marseille, France, 1991.

272.    Brasseur, G. P., and R. J. Prinn, Biogenic and anthropogenic trace gases in the atmosphere, in The Use of EOS for Studies of Atmospheric Physics, Proceedings of the International Summer School on Physics, pp. 45–64, Italian Physical Society, 1991.

273.    Granier, C., and G. Brasseur, Le couche d’ozone victime des particules atmosphériques, La Recherche, 238, 1492–1495, 1991.

274.    Brasseur, G. P., C. Granier, S. Madronich, and J.-F. Müller, The global distribution and budget of trace gases in the atmosphere: A three-dimensional study, pp. 1–16, 84th Annual Meeting, Air & Waste Management Association, Vancouver, 1991.

275.    Brasseur, G., Potential ozone changes in the future, Proceedings of the CHEMRAWN Conference, Baltimore, in press, 1994.

276.    Kull, A., E. Kopp, G. Brasseur, and C. Granier, Ions and electrons in the mesosphere: A model for the quiet D-region, Adv. Space Sci., in press, 1994.

277.    Folkins, I., G. Brasseur, and C. Granier, Comparison of models of middle atmosphere composition with observations, Adv. Space Sci., 18, 241–254, 1996.

278.    Bittner, M., S. Dech, X. S. Tie, G. Brasseur. D. Offermann, H. Claude, Ableitung vertikal aufgelöster Ozonprofile aus Säulendichtemessungen des ERS-2-GOME-Instruments unter Verwendung eines 3D-Chemietransportmodells, Erste Resultate, in Troposphärisches Ozon, Symposium 8. Bis 10. Februar 2000, Braunschweig, ISSN 1435-1633, 2000

279.    Brasseur, G. P., J.-F. Müller, X. X. Tie, and L. Horowitz, Tropospheric Ozone and Climate: Past, Present and Future, pp. 63-75, in Proceedings of Toyota Conference, Present and Future of Modeling Global Climate Change, T. Matsuno and H. Kida, Eds., Terrapub, Tokyo, 63-75, 2001.


Official Reports

280.    Brasseur, G., Critical analysis of recent reports on the effect of chlorofluorocarbons on atmospheric ozone, Commission of the European Communities, EUR 7067 EN, 72 pp., 1980.

281.    Brasseur, G., and H. Lebègue (eds.), The possible effect of chlorofluorocarbons on the ozone layer: European modeling efforts in 1979, Commission of the European Communities, 1981.

282.    Co-chairman of the chapter entitled “Oxygen Species” (40 pp.) of the WMO/NASA Report on Atmospheric Ozone 1985, WMO, Global Ozone Research and Monitoring Project, Report No. 16, Geneva, 1986.”

283.    Coordinator and Co-author of the chapter entitled “Theoretical Predictions” in the Scientific Assessment Report of Stratospheric Ozone, UNEP/WMO, 1989.

284.    Brasseur, G. P., and C. Granier, The impact of CO2 and CH4 regulation on atmospheric ozone, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, 1993.

285.    Granier, C. W. M. Hao, G. Brasseur, and J. F. Müller, Land use practices and biomass burning: Impact on the chemical composition of the atmosphere, Proceedings of Chapman Conference on Biomass Burning and Global Change, 1995.

286.    Mégie, G. (Ed.), G. Brasseur, D. Cariolle, J. Chavaudra, L. Dubertret, C. Granier, G. LeBras, J. M. Libre, P. Mathis, J. P. Pommerau, G. Poulet, and P. C. Simon, L’ozone stratospherique, French Academy of Sciences, Report No. 41, Lavoisier Publisher, Paris, 271 pp., June 1998.

287.    Denman, K. and G.P. Brasseur (Coordinating Lead Authors), Couplings between changes in the climate system and biogeochemistry, in IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (AR4), Cambridge University Press, 2007.

288.    Brasseur G. P. (Chair) et al., Analysis of Global Change Assessments. Lessons learned, The National Academies Press, Washington, DC, 2007.


Technical Reports

289.    Brasseur, G., S. Cieslik and C. Müller, Les oxydes d'azote dans la stratosphere; déterminations expérimentales, observations atmosphériques, interpretations aéronomiques, Mémoire déposé l'Académie Royale de Belgique, Classe desSciences, (Report submitted to the Belgian Royal Academy), 418 pp., 1974.

290.    Brasseur, G., Stratospheric chemistry, Aeronomica Acta B-41, 27 pp., 1972.

291.    Brasseur, G., M. Janssens, and M. Tavernier, A two-dimensional model of minor constituents in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere, Aeronomica Acta B-47, 14 pp., 1980.

292.    Huang, T., S. Walters, G. Brasseur, D. Hauglustiane, W. Wu, S. Chabrillat, X. Tie, C. Granier, A. Smith, S. Madronich, and G. Kockarts, Description of SOCRATES–A chemical dynamical radiative two-dimensional model, NCAR Tech. Note, NCAR/TN-440+EDD, Nat’l Ctr. Atmos. Res., Boulder, Colo., 1998.


Book Reviews and Other Papers

293.    Causes and effects of stratospheric ozone reduction: An update, National Academy Press, EOS, 64, 67, 1983.

294.    Dynamics of the middle atmosphere, Reidel Publishing Co., EOS, 66, 1370, 1985.

295.    Brasseur, G., W. Steffen, K. Noone (2005), Earth System Focus for Geosphere-Biosphere Program, Eos Trans. AGU, 86(22), 209, 10.1029/2005EO220002.

296.    Katzeberger, J., K. Hibbard, I. Sokolik, G. Brasseur (2007), Northern Eurasia in the Global Earth System, Eos Trans. AGU, 88(46), 487, 10.1029/2007EO460006.