Juan-Camilo Acosta

Recently graduated
Room: X219
Phone:
Juan-Camilo.Acosta@aces.su.se

About me

My research is focused on understanding how different human activities have affected and could affect climate globally and locally through changes in the atmospheric aerosol composition and land-use. I am particularly interested in the remote climate effects of regional radiative forcing caused by short-lived climate pollutants or land-use changes.

 

Latest scientific papers

Future Response of Temperature and Precipitation to Reduced Aerosol Emissions as Compared with Increased Greenhouse Gas Concentrations

Navarro, JCA; Ekman, AML; Pausata, FSR; Lewinschal, A; Varma, V; Seland, O; Gauss, M; Iversen, T; Kirkevag, A; Riipinen, I; Hansson, HC
2017 | J Clim | 30 (3) (939-954)

Modeling the thermodynamics and kinetics of sulfuric acid-dimethylamine-water nanoparticle growth in the CLOUD chamber

Ahlm, L; Yli-Juuti, T; Schobesberger, S; Praplan, AP; Kim, J; Tikkanen, OP; Lawler, MJ; Smith, JN; Trostl, J; Navarro, JCA; Baltensperger, U; Bianchi, F; Donahue, NM; Duplissy, J; Franchin, A; Jokinen, T; Keskinen, H; Kirkby, J; Kurten, A; Laaksonen, A; Lehtipalo, K; Petaja, T; Riccobono, F; Rissanen, MP; Rondo, L; Schallhart, S; Simon, M; Winkler, PM; Worsnop, DR; Virtanen, A; Riipinen, I
2016 | Aerosol Sci Technol | 50 (10) (1017-1032)

All publications

Atmospheric Science

The life cycle and impact of tiny atmospheric particles known as aerosols – both indoors as well as outdoors.