Fields of work
Modeling aerosol-cloud-climate interactions on different spatial scales and to understand how a better representation of the processes can result in accurate radiative forcing estimates. Understanding the intercontinental transport of pollutants, both natural and anthropogenic from satellites.
- Aerosol-cloud-climate interactions and the radiative forcing effects
- Long range transport of pollutants and the role of meteorology
- Aerosols from explosive volcanic eruptions; their chemical transformations, long range transport and climate impact.
- Satellite analysis of optical properties of different aerosol species.
Global and regional scale modeling, aerosol-cloud and aerosol-radiation interactions, satellite based monitoring of air pollutants and their coupling with meteorology in the high latitude regions including Arctic.
Latest publications from Manu Thomas
- Whaley,Cynthia H.Model evaluation of short-lived climate forcers for the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme2022In: Atmospheric Chemistry And Physics, Vol. 22, no 9, 5775-5828 p.DOI: 10.5194/acp-22-5775-2022
- Thomas,ManuMarine aerosol properties over the Southern Ocean in relation to the wintertime meteorological conditions2022In: Atmospheric Chemistry And Physics, Vol. 22, no 1, 119-137 p.DOI: 10.5194/acp-22-119-2022
- Thomas,ManuInfluence of springtime atmospheric circulation types on the distribution of air pollutants in the Arctic2021In: Atmospheric Chemistry And Physics, Vol. 21, no 21, 16593-16608 p.DOI: 10.5194/acp-21-16593-2021