RG Grainger
Teaching
Written Work Guides
Research
Atmospheric Radiative Transfer (book)
Historical Impact Factors
Grainger Falls
(printable)

Research

My research concentrates on using space instruments to measure properties of the Earth's atmosphere (and sometimes surface). I have a particular interest in atmospheric aerosols - small particles typically 1 μm in size which have a direct impact on atmospheric radiation and chemistry. Most of my research time is devoted to managing research projects and supervising student projects. The particular programmes I am involved in are described in the Earth Observation Data Group pages.

To give you a flavour, here is a Wordle of the titles of my first 100 publications.

A lot of my work involves atmospheric aerosol so the following monograph provides formula concerning particle size distributions and their derived optical properties.

The working draft of a book on Atmospheric Radiative Transfer is open from comment.

I also working on the following monograph and would welcome comments.

And here are some eclectic bits of maths and IT that are a useful reference.

You will find here historical impact factors for journals which publish topics related to my research.

Earth Observation Data Group, Department of Physics, University of Oxford. Page last updated: @11:22 GMT 16-Oct-2017