Publication database KNMI

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  1. Stratosphere-troposphere exchange in an extratropical cyclone, calculated with a Lagrangian method

    M Sigmond, P Siegmund, J Meloen | published | Annual Geoph. | 2000 | 18
  2. A diagnostic for mixing processes as represented by a three-dimensional chemistry-transport model

    B Bregman, P Siegmund | published | J. Geophys. Res. | 2000 | 105
  3. Chlorine activation and ozone destruction in the northern lowermost stratosphere

    J Lelieveld, P Siegmund | published | J. Geophys. Res. | 1999 | 104
  4. Highly elevated CO concentrations in the upper troposphere and lowermost stratosphere at northern midlatitudes during the STREAM II summer campaign in 1994

    A Waibel, P Siegmund | published | Chemosphere | 1999 | 1
  5. Nitric acid (HN03) in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere at mid-latitudes: New results from aircraft based mass spectrometic measurements

    J Schneider, F Arnold, V Burger, B Droste-Franke, F Grimm, G Kirchner, M Klemm, T Stilp, KH Wohlfrom, P Siegmund, PFJ van Velthoven | published | J. Geophys. Res. | 1998 | 103
  6. Chemical perturbation of the lower most stratosphere through exchange with the troposphere

    J Lelieveld, B Bregman, F Arnold, V Burger, PJ Crutzen, H Fischer, A Waibel, P Siegmund, PFJ van Velthoven | published | Geophys. Res. Lett. | 1997 | 24
  7. In situ trace gas measurements in the summer lower stratosphere during STREAM II: implications for O3 production

    B Bregman, P Siegmund | published | J. Atmos Chem | 1997 | 26
  8. Observations of high concentrations of total reactive nitrogen (NOy) and nitric acid (HNO3) in the lower arctic stratosphere during the Stratosphere-Troposphere Experiment by Aircraft Measurements (STREAM) II campaign in February 1995

    H Fischer, P Siegmund | published | J. Geophys. Res. | 1997 | 102
  9. On the potential of assimilating meteorological analyses in a global climate model for the purpose of model validation

    A Jeuken, P Siegmund, L Heijboer, J Feichter, L Bengtsson | published | J. Geophys. Res. | 1996 | 101
  10. Sensitivity of trajectories to data resolution and its dependence on the starting point: in or outside a tropopause fold

    M Scheele, P Siegmund, PFJ van Velthoven | published | Meteorological Applications | 1996 | 3