Pubblicazioni di Franco Marenco


  1. F. Marenco, A. di Sarra, M. Cacciani, G. Fiocco and D. Fuà, Thermal structure of the winter middle atmosphere observed by lidar at Thule, Greenland, during 1993-94, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 59, 151-158, 1997. [PDF]

  2. F. Marenco, V. Santacesaria, A. Bais, D. Balis, A. di Sarra, A. Papayannis, and C. Zerefos, Optical properties of tropospheric aerosols determined by lidar and spectrophotometric measurements (PAUR campaign), Applied Optics 36, 6875-6886, 1997. [PDF]

  3. E. Hamonou, P. Chazette, A. Papayannis, D. Balis, F. Marenco, V. Santacesaria, and G. Ancellet, Ground-based measurements of Saharan dust optical properties in the frame of the European MEDUSE Project, Journal of Aerosol Science 28, Suppl. 1, S695-S696, 1997. [PDF]

  4. V. Santacesaria, F. Marenco, D. Balis, A. Papayannis, C. Zerefos, Lidar observations of the Planetary Boundary Layer above the city of Thessaloniki, Greece, Nuovo Cimento 21C, 585-596, 1998. [PDF]

  5. D. Balis, A. Bais, A. Papayannis, F. Marenco, V. Santacesaria, and C. Zerefos, Comparison of model calculations with spectral solar UV measurements, in Atmospheric Ozone, Proceedings of the XVIII Quadriennal Ozone Symposium, l'Aquila, 12-21 September 1996, edited by R.D. Bojkov and G. Visconti, pp. 837-840, 1998. (International Ozone Commission, l'Aquila).

  6. F. Congeduti, F. Marenco, P. Baldetti, and E. Vincenti, The multiple mirror lidar 9-eyes, Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics 1, 185-191, 1999. [PDF]

  7. D. Balis, A. Papayannis, E. Galani, F. Marenco, V. Santacesaria, E. Hamonou, P. Chazette, I. Ziomas, and C. Zerefos, Tropospheric lidar aerosol measurements and sun photometric observations at Thessaloniki, Greece, Atmospheric Environment 34, 925-932, 2000. [PDF]

  8. A. di Sarra, M. Cacciani, M. Campanelli, P. Chamard, C. Cornwall, J. DeLuisi, L. De Silvestri, T. Di Iorio, P. Disterhoft, G. Fiocco, D. Fuà, P. Grigioni, W. Junkermann, F. Marenco, D. Meloni, F. Monteleone, and B. Olivieri, Radiation, ozone, and aerosol measurements at Lampedusa during the PAUR II campaign, in IRS 2000: Current Problems in Atmospheric Radiation (Proceedings of International Radiation Symposium 2000), edited by W.L. Smith and Y.M. Timofeyev, pp. 1193-1196, 2001. (Deepak, Hampton, USA). [PDF]

  9. F. Marenco, A. di Sarra, and J. De Luisi, Methodology for determining aerosol optical depth from Brewer 300-320-nm ozone measurements, Applied Optics 41, 1805-1814, 2002. [PDF]

  10. F. Marenco and P. Tini Brunozzi, Different possibilities for water vapour measurements by lidar in daytime at ENEA's observatory in Lampedusa, Italy: a simulation, Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics 4, 408-418, 2002. [PDF]

  11. D. Meloni, F. Marenco, and A. di Sarra, Ultraviolet radiation and aerosol monitoring at Lampedusa, Italy, Annals of Geophysics 46, 373-383, 2003. [PDF]

  12. P. Tini Brunozzi and F. Marenco, A lidar for water vapour measurements in daytime at Lampedusa, Italy, Annals of Geophysics 46, 459-465, 2003. [PDF]

  13. F. Mazzei, A. D'Alessandro, F. Lucarelli, F. Marenco, S. Nava, P. Prati, G. Valli, and R. Vecchi, Elemental composition and source apportionment of particulate matter near a steel plant in Genoa (Italy), Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 249, 548-551, 2006. [PDF]

  14. F. Marenco, P. Bonasoni, F. Calzolari, M. Ceriani, M. Chiari, P. Cristofanelli, A. D'Alessandro, P. Fermo, F. Lucarelli, F. Mazzei, S. Nava, A. Piazzalunga, P. Prati, G. Valli, and R. Vecchi, Characterization of atmospheric aerosols at Monte Cimone, Italy, during summer 2004: Source apportionment and transport mechanisms, Journal of Geophysical Research 111, eid: D24202, doi: 10.1029/2006JD007145, 2006. [PDF]

  15. F. Marenco, On Langley plots in the presence of a systematic diurnal aerosol cycle centered at noon: a comment on recently proposed methodologies, Journal of Geophysical Research 112, eid: D06205, doi: 10.1029/2006JD007248, 2007. [PDF]

  16. F. Marenco, F. Mazzei, P. Prati, and M. Gatti, Aerosol advection and sea salt events in Genoa, Italy, during the second half of 2005, Science of the Total Environment 377, 396-406, 2007. [PDF]

  17. H.F. Dacre, A.L.M. Grant, R.J. Hogan, S.E. Belcher, D.J. Thomson, B.J. Devenish, F. Marenco, M.C. Hort, J.M. Haywood, A. Ansmann, I. Mattis, and L. Clarisse, Evaluating the structure and magnitude of the ash plume during the initial phase of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption using lidar observations and NAME simulations, Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, eid: D00U03, doi: 10.1029/2011JD015608, 2011. [PDF]

  18. F. Marenco, B.T. Johnson, K.F. Turnbull, S. Newman, J.M. Haywood, H. Webster, and H. Ricketts, Airborne lidar observations of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull volcanic ash plume, Journal of Geophysical Research 116, eid: D00U05, doi: 10.1029/2011JD016396, 2011. [PDF]

  19. F. Marenco and R.J. Hogan, Determining the contribution of volcanic ash and boundary-layer aerosol in backscatter lidar returns: a three-component atmosphere approach, Journal of Geophysical Research 116, eid: D00U06, doi: 10.1029/2010JD015415, 2011. [PDF]

  20. H.N. Webster, D.J. Thomson, B.T. Johnson, I.P.C. Heard, K.Turnbull, F. Marenco, N.I. Kristiansen, J. Dorsey, A. Minikin, B. Weinzierl, U. Schumann, R. S. J. Sparks, S.C. Loughlin, M.C. Hort, S.J. Leadbetter, B.J. Devenish, A.J. Manning, C.S. Witham, J.M. Haywood, and B.W. Golding, Operational prediction of ash concentrations in the distal volcanic cloud from the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption, Journal of Geophysical Research 117, eid: D00U08, doi: 10.1029/2011JD016790, 2012. [PDF]

  21. N.I. Kristiansen, A. Stohl, A.J. Prata, N. Bukowiecki, H. Dacre, S. Eckhardt, S. Henne, M.C. Hort, B.T. Johnson, F. Marenco, B. Neininger, O. Reitebuch, P. Seibert, D.J. Thomson, H.N. Webster, and B. Weinzierl, Performance assessment of a volcanic ash transport model mini-ensemble used for inverse modeling of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption, Journal of Geophysical Research 117, eid: D00U11, doi: 10.1029/2011JD016844, 2012. [PDF]

  22. K. Turnbull, B. Johnson, F. Marenco, J. Haywood, A. Minikin, B. Weinzierl, H. Schlager, U. Schumann, S. Leadbetter, and A. Woolley, A case study of observations of volcanic ash from the Eyjafjallajökull eruption: 1. In situ airborne observations, Journal of Geophysical Research 117, eid: D00U12, doi: 10.1029/2011JD016688, 2012. [PDF]

  23. S.M. Newman, L. Clarisse, D. Hurtmans, F. Marenco, B. Johnson, K. Turnbull, S. Havemann, A.J. Baran, D. O'Sullivan, and J. Haywood, A case study of observations of volcanic ash from the Eyjafjallajökull eruption: 2. Airborne and satellite radiative measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research 117, eid: D00U13, doi: 10.1029/2011JD016780, 2012. [PDF]

  24. B.J. Devenish, D.J. Thomson, F. Marenco, S.J. Leadbetter, H. Ricketts, and H.F. Dacre, A study of the arrival over the United Kingdom in April 2010 of the Eyjafjallajökull ash cloud using ground-based lidar and numerical simulations, Atmospheric Environment 48, 152-164, 2012. [PDF]

  25. S.A. Christopher, N. Feng, A. Naeger, B. Johnson, and F. Marenco, Satellite remote sensing analysis of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull volcanic ash cloud over the North Sea during 4-18 May 2010, Journal of Geophysical Research 117, eid: D00U20, doi: 10.1029/2011JD016850, 2012. [PDF]

  26. H.M. Jones, J. Haywood, F. Marenco, D. O'Sullivan, J. Meyer, R. Thorpe, M.W. Gallagher, M. Krämer, K.N. Bower, G. Rädel, A. Rap, A. Woolley, P. Forster, and H. Coe, A methodology for in-situ and remote sensing of microphysical and radiative properties of contrails as they evolve into cirrus, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12, 8157-8175, 2012. [PDF]

  27. A.L.M. Grant, H.F. Dacre, D.J. Thomson, and F. Marenco, Horizontal and vertical structure of the Eyjafjallajökull ash cloud over the UK: a comparison of airborne lidar observations and simulations, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12, 10145-10159, 2012. [PDF]

  28. A.J. Baran, R. Cotton, S. Havemann, L.-C. Labonnote, and F. Marenco, A self-consistent high- and low-frequency scattering model for cirrus, in Radiation Processes in the Atmosphere And Ocean (International Radiation Symposium 2012), edited by R.F. Cahalan and J. Fischer, pp. 167-170, doi: 10.1063/1.4804733, 2013. (AIP Publishing LLC, Melville, USA). [PDF]

  29. F. Marenco, Nadir airborne lidar observations of deep aerosol layers, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 6, 2055-2064, 2013. [PDF]

  30. A.J. Baran, R. Cotton, K. Furtado, S. Havemann, L.-C. Labonnote, F. Marenco, A. Smith, and J.-C. Thelen, A self-consistent scattering model for cirrus. II: The high- and low-frequencies, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 140, 1039-1057, 2014. [PDF]

  31. S.M. Illingworth, G. Allen, S. Newman, A. Vance, F. Marenco, R.C. Harlow, J. Taylor, D.P. Moore, and J.J. Remedios, Atmospheric composition and thermodynamic retrievals from the ARIES airborne FTS system -- Part 1: Technical aspects and simulated capability, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 7, 1133-1150, 2014. [PDF]

  32. G. Allen, S.M. Illingworth, S.J. O'Shea, S. Newman, A. Vance, S.J.B. Bauguitte, F. Marenco, J. Kent, K. Bower, M.W. Gallagher, J. Muller, C.J. Percival, C. Harlow, J. Lee, and J.P. Taylor, Atmospheric composition and thermodynamic retrievals from the ARIES airborne TIR-FTS system -- Part 2: Validation and results from aircraft campaigns, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 7, 4401-4416, 2014. [PDF]

  33. S.R. Osborne, S.J. Abel, I.A. Boutle, and F. Marenco, Evolution of stratocumulus over land: comparison of ground and aircraft observations with numerical weather prediction simulations, Boundary-Layer Meteorology 153, 165-193, 2014. [PDF]

  34. F. Marenco, V. Amiridis, E. Marinou, A. Tsekeri, and J. Pelon, Airborne verification of CALIPSO products over the Amazon: a case study of daytime observations in a complex atmospheric scene, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14, 11871-11881, 2014. [PDF]

  35. L. Garcia-Carreras, D.J. Parker, J.H. Marsham, P.D. Rosenberg, I.M. Brooks, A.P. Lock, F. Marenco, J.B. McQuaid, and M. Hobby, The turbulent structure and diurnal growth of the Saharan atmospheric boundary layer, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 72, 693-713, 2015. [PDF]

  36. A.J. Baran, K. Furtado, L.-C. Labonnote, S. Havemann, J.-C. Thelen, and F. Marenco, On the relationship between the scattering phase function of cirrus and the atmospheric state, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15, 1105-1127, 2015. [PDF]

  37. H.F. Dacre, A.L.M. Grant, N.J. Harvey, D.J. Thomson, H.N. Webster and F. Marenco, Volcanic ash layer depth: Processes and mechanisms, Geophysical Research Letters 42, 637-645, 2015. [PDF]

  38. H. Sodemann, T.M. Lai, F. Marenco, C.L. Ryder, C. Flamant, P. Knippertz, P. Rosenberg, M. Bart, and J.B. McQuaid, Lagrangian dust model simulations for a case of moist convective dust emission and transport in the Western Sahara region during Fennec/LADUNEX, Journal of Geophysical Research 120, 6117-6144, 2015. [PDF]

  39. C.L. Ryder, J.B. McQuaid, C. Flamant, P.D. Rosenberg, R. Washington, H.E. Brindley, E.J. Highwood, J.H. Marsham, D.J. Parker, M.C. Todd, J.R. Banks, J.K. Brooke, S. Engelstaedter, V. Estelles, P. Formenti, L. Garcia-Carreras, C. Kocha, F. Marenco, H. Sodemann, C.J.T. Allen, A. Bourdon, M. Bart, C. Cavazos-Guerra, S. Chevaillier, J. Crosier, E. Darbyshire, A.R. Dean, J.R. Dorsey, J. Kent, D. O'Sullivan, K. Schepanski, K. Szpek, J. Trembath, and A. Woolley, Advances in understanding mineral dust and boundary layer processes over the Sahara from Fennec aircraft observations, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15, 8479-8520, 2015. [PDF]

  40. F. Marenco, Five years lidar research on board the Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements (FAAM), European Physical Journal Web of Conferences 119, 17001, doi: 10.1051/epjconf/201611917001, 2016. [PDF]

  41. F. Marenco, J. Kent, M. Adam, J. Buxmann, P. Francis and J. Haywood, Remote sensing of volcanic ash at the Met Office, European Physical Journal Web of Conferences 119, 07003, doi: 10.1051/epjconf/201611907003, 2016. [PDF]

  42. F. Marenco, B. Johnson, J. Langridge, J. Mulcahy, A. Benedetti, S. Rémy, L. Jones, K. Szpek and J. Haywood, Biomass burning aerosols in the Amazon basin, characterised by lidar, optical particle counters, and modelling, European Physical Journal Web of Conferences 119, 23006, doi: 10.1051/epjconf/201611923006, 2016. [PDF]

  43. M. Adam and F. Marenco, Overlap correction function for an airborne based lidar, European Physical Journal Web of Conferences 119, 25002, doi: 10.1051/epjconf/201611925002, 2016. [PDF]

  44. A. Tsekeri, V. Amiridis, F. Marenco, E. Marinou, P. Rosenberg, S. Solomos, J. Trembath, J. Allan, A. Bacak and A. Nenes, Utilizing the synergy of airborne backscatter lidar and in-situ measurements for evaluating CALIPSO, European Physical Journal Web of Conferences 119, 04007, doi: 10.1051/epjconf/201611904007, 2016. [PDF]

  45. F. Marenco, B. Johnson, J.M. Langridge, J. Mulcahy, A. Benedetti, S. Rémy, L. Jones, K. Szpek, J. Haywood, K. Longo, and P. Artaxo, On the vertical distribution of smoke in the Amazonian atmosphere during the dry season, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16, 2155-2174, 2016. [PDF]

  46. D. Balis, M.E. Koukouli, N. Siomos, S. Dimopoulos, L. Mona, G. Pappalardo, F. Marenco, L. Clarisse, L.J. Ventress, E. Carboni, R.G. Grainger, P. Wang, G. Tilstra, R. van der A, N. Theys, and C. Zehner, Validation of ash optical depth and layer height retrieved from passive satellite sensors using EARLINET and airborne lidar data: The case of the Eyjafjallajökull eruption, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16, 5705-5720, 2016. [PDF]

  47. L. Mona and F. Marenco, Lidar observations of volcanic particles, in Volcanic Ash: Hazard Observation, edited by S. Mackie, K. Cashman, H. Ricketts, A. Rust, and M. Watson, pp. 161-173, doi: 10.1016/B978-0-08-100405-0.00014-8, 2016. (Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, NL)

  48. S. Solomos, S. Nickovic, V. Amiridis, G. Pejanovic, Y. Pradhan, F. Marenco, S. Petkovic, E. Marinou, B. Cvetkovic, and C. Kontoes, Development of a dust assimilation system for NMM-DREAM model based on MSG-SEVIRI satellite observations, in Perspectives on Atmospheric Sciences, edited by T. Karacostas, A. Bais, Nnd P.T. Nastos, pp. 801-807, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-35095-0_115, 2016. (Springer International Publishing, Cham, CH)

  49. G. Young, H.M. Jones, T.W. Choularton, J. Crosier, K.N. Bower, M.W. Gallagher, R.S. Davies, I.A. Renfrew, A.D. Elvidge, E. Darbyshire, F. Marenco, P.R.A. Brown, H.M.A. Ricketts, P.J. Connolly, G. Lloyd, P.I. Williams, J.D. Allan, J.W. Taylor, D. Liu, and M.J. Flynn, Observed microphysical changes in Arctic mixed-phase clouds when transitioning from sea ice to open ocean, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16, 13945-13967, 2016. [PDF]

  50. B.T. Johnson, J.M. Haywood, J.M. Langridge, E. Darbyshire, W.T. Morgan, K. Szpek, J. Brooke, F. Marenco, H. Coe, P. Artaxo, K.M. Longo, J. Mulcahy, G. Mann, M. Dalvi, and N. Bellouin, Evaluation of biomass burning aerosols in the HadGEM3 climate model with observations from the SAMBBA field campaign, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16, 14657-14685, 2016. [PDF]

  51. P. Kokkalis, V. Amiridis, J.D. Allan, A. Papayannis, S. Solomos, I. Binietoglou, A. Bougiatioti, A. Tsekeri, A. Nenes, P.D. Rosenberg, F. Marenco, E. Marinou, J. Vasilescu, D. Nicolae, H. Coe, A. Bacak, A. Chaikovsky, Validation of LIRIC aerosol concentration retrievals using airborne measurements during a biomass burning episode over Athens, Atmospheric Research 183, 255-267, 2017. [PDF]

  52. A. Tsekeri, V. Amiridis, F. Marenco, A. Nenes, E. Marinou, S. Solomos, P. Rosenberg, J. Trembath, G.J. Nott, J. Allan, M. Le Breton, A. Bacak, H. Coe, C. Percival, and N. Mihalopoulos, Profiling aerosol optical, microphysical and hygroscopic properties in ambient conditions by combining in-situ and remote sensing, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 10, 83-107, 2017. [PDF]

  53. S. Rémy, A. Veira, R. Paugam, M. Sofiev, J.W. Kaiser, F. Marenco, S.P. Burton, A. Benedetti, R.J. Engelen, R. Ferrare, and J.W. Hair, Two global data sets of daily fire emission injection heights since 2003, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17, 2921-2942, 2017. [PDF]

  54. J.C. Kealy, F. Marenco, J.H. Marsham, L. Garcia-Carreras, P.N. Francis, M.C. Cooke, and J. Hocking, Clouds over the summertime Sahara: an evaluation of Met Office retrievals from Meteosat Second Generation using airborne remote sensing, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17, 5789-5807, 2017. [PDF]

  55. R.E. Bartlett, M.A. Bollasina, B.B.B. Booth, N.J. Dunstone, F. Marenco, G. Messori, and D.J. Bernie, Do differences in future sulfate emission pathways matter for near-term climate? A case study for the Asian monsoon, Climate Dynamics, doi: 10.1007/s00382-017-3726-6, 2017. [PDF]


Autori vari, Imbrogli di guerra-Scienziate e scienziati contro la guerra, a cura di Franco Marenco, 161 pagine, novembre 1999 (Odradek, Roma).

F. Marenco, Imperialismo ed ecosistema, l'Ernesto n. 1, pp. 23-24, febbraio 2000.

G. Barone, F. Marenco e A. Martocchia, Disinformazione e guerra: problemi della ricostruzione storica della crisi nei Balcani, 1989-2000, in Contro le nuove guerre, a cura di Massimo Zucchetti, pp. 43-53, novembre 2000 (Odradek, Roma).

F. Marenco, I falchi e gli usurai. Il ruolo dell'imperialismo, della NATO, del FMI e della Banca Mondiale nella disgregazione della Jugoslavia, l'Ernesto n. 5, pp. 30-35, settembre 2000.

A. Baracca, F. Marenco, E. Martines, A. Martocchia, L. Nencini, M.L. Paciello e L. Vitiello, L'idrogeno, rivoluzione sulla carta, il Manifesto, 9 marzo 2003.

F. Marenco, E. Martines e M. Zucchetti, Energia: una crescita insostenibile, Giano. Pace ambiente e problemi globali n. 46, pp. 117-130, aprile 2004.

F. Marenco, Combustibili fossili e cambiamento climatico, Atti del convegno La festa è finita -- Vie d'uscita dall'economia del petrolio, Roma (Casale Alba), 11-12 dicembre 2004.

F. Marenco, Libertà duratura?, in Il male invisibile sempre più visibile, a cura di Massimo Zucchetti, pp. 99-103, giugno 2005 (Odradek, Roma).

F. Marenco, Comment on AGU Statement Regarding the Conviction of Italian Seismologists, Eos Trans. AGU 94, 63, 2013.

Franco Marenco