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Brian I. Magi
Brian I. Magi
Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
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The dynamical core, physical parameterizations, and basic simulation characteristics of the atmospheric component AM3 of the GFDL global coupled model CM3
LJ Donner, BL Wyman, RS Hemler, LW Horowitz, Y Ming, M Zhao, ...
Journal of Climate 24 (13), 3484-3519, 2011
10842011
Historic global biomass burning emissions for CMIP6 (BB4CMIP) based on merging satellite observations with proxies and fire models (1750–2015)
MJE Van Marle, S Kloster, BI Magi, JR Marlon, AL Daniau, RD Field, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 10 (9), 3329-3357, 2017
4182017
Water‐soluble organic components in aerosols associated with savanna fires in southern Africa: Identification, evolution, and distribution
S Gao, DA Hegg, PV Hobbs, TW Kirchstetter, BI Magi, M Sadilek
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 108 (D13), 2003
3602003
Reconstructions of biomass burning from sediment-charcoal records to improve data–model comparisons
JR Marlon, R Kelly, AL Daniau, B Vannière, MJ Power, P Bartlein, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (11), 3225-3244, 2016
2002016
Effects of humidity on aerosols in southern Africa during the biomass burning season
BI Magi, PV Hobbs
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 108 (D13), 2003
1282003
Evaluation of PM2. 5 measured in an urban setting using a low-cost optical particle counter and a Federal Equivalent Method Beta Attenuation Monitor
BI Magi, C Cupini, J Francis, M Green, C Hauser
Aerosol Science and Technology 54 (2), 147-159, 2020
1122020
Deciphering the role of solar-induced thermal stresses in rock weathering
MC Eppes, B Magi, B Hallet, E Delmelle, P Mackenzie-Helnwein, ...
Bulletin 128 (9-10), 1315-1338, 2016
1052016
Historical (1700–2012) global multi-model estimates of the fire emissions from the Fire Modeling Intercomparison Project (FireMIP)
F Li, M Val Martin, MO Andreae, A Arneth, S Hantson, JW Kaiser, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 19 (19), 12545-12567, 2019
842019
Separating agricultural and non-agricultural fire seasonality at regional scales
BI Magi, S Rabin, E Shevliakova, S Pacala
Biogeosciences 9 (8), 3003-3012, 2012
762012
Vertical profiles of light scattering, light absorption, and single scattering albedo during the dry, biomass burning season in southern Africa and comparisons of in situ and …
BI Magi, PV Hobbs, B Schmid, J Redemann
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 108 (D13), 2003
722003
Global Modern Charcoal Dataset (GMCD): A tool for exploring proxy-fire linkages and spatial patterns of biomass burning
D Hawthorne, CJC Mustaphi, JC Aleman, O Blarquez, D Colombaroli, ...
Quaternary International 488, 3-17, 2018
702018
Airborne measurements of carbonaceous aerosols in southern Africa during the dry biomass burning season
TW Kirchstetter, T Novakov, PV Hobbs, B Magi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 108 (D13), 2003
572003
Aerosol properties and chemical apportionment of aerosol optical depth at locations off the US east coast in July and August 2001
BI Magi, PV Hobbs, TW Kirchstetter, T Novakov, DA Hegg, S Gao, ...
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 62 (4), 919-933, 2005
492005
Evaluation of tropical and extratropical Southern Hemisphere African aerosol properties simulated by a climate model
BI Magi, P Ginoux, Y Ming, V Ramaswamy
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 114 (D14), 2009
442009
A fire model with distinct crop, pasture, and non-agricultural burning: Use of new data and a model-fitting algorithm for FINAL. 1
SS Rabin, DS Ward, SL Malyshev, BI Magi, E Shevliakova, SW Pacala
Geoscientific Model Development 11 (2), 815-842, 2018
432018
Quantifying regional, time-varying effects of cropland and pasture on vegetation fire
SS Rabin, BI Magi, E Shevliakova, SW Pacala
Biogeosciences 12 (22), 6591-6604, 2015
412015
Chemical apportionment of southern African aerosol mass and optical depth
BI Magi
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 9 (19), 7643-7655, 2009
382009
Warmer, wetter climates accelerate mechanical weathering in field data, independent of stress‐loading
MC Eppes, B Magi, J Scheff, K Warren, S Ching, T Feng
Geophysical Research Letters 47 (24), 2020GL089062, 2020
302020
Using aircraft measurements to estimate the magnitude and uncertainty of the shortwave direct radiative forcing of southern African biomass burning aerosol
BI Magi, Q Fu, J Redemann, B Schmid
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D5), 2008
302008
Global lightning parameterization from CMIP5 climate model output
BI Magi
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 32 (3), 434-452, 2015
292015
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