Published: 2023-08-01

Carbonaceous particles and PM2.5 optical properties in Mexico City during the ACU15 campaign

Naxieli Santiago-de la Rosa, Cristina Prieto, Ruben Pavia, Oscar Peralta, Harry Alvarez-Ospina, Isabel Saavedra, Telma Castro, Rocío García, María de la Luz Espinosa, Abraham Ortinez-Alvarez, Gerardo Ruíz-Suárez, Amparo Martínez-Arroyo

369-380

Solar PV technologies selection for the design of photovoltaic installations in Mexico based on the analysis of meteorological satellite data from the region

Ricardo Miranda-Jiménez, Osvaldo Vigil-Galán, Jesús Roberto González-Castillo, Ángel Refugio Terán-Cuevas, María Eugenia Gutiérrez-Castillo, Luis Raúl Tovar-Gálvez

351-368

Variability, cycles, and trends of mean air temperature north of Colombia

Andrea Patricia Manrique-Cantillo, Enrique de Jesús Morales-Acuña, Jean Rogelio Linero-Cueto

327-350

Exploring the academic perceptions of climate engineering in developing countries

Athar Hussain, Hassaan F. K. Sipra, Abdul Waheed, Kingsley E. Ukhurebor

311-325

Using a hybrid approach for wind power forecasting in Northwestern Mexico

Yanet Diaz-Esteban, Carlos Alberto López-Villalobos, Carlos Abraham Ochoa Moya, Rosario Romero-Centeno, Ignacio Arturo Quintanar

263-288

Atlantic and Pacific sea surface temperature correlations with precipitation over northern Mexico

Regina Mijares-Fajardo, René Lobato-Sánchez, Carlos Patiño-Gómez, David Eduardo Guevara-Polo

217-234

Urban atmospheric humidity excesses and deficits in two Mexican metropolises: Guadalajara and Puebla

Adalberto Tejeda-Martínez, Gabriel Balderas, Luz Moreyra, Omar Castro

187-216

Satellite data geoprocessing to estimate PM2.5 over the Megalopolis of Central Mexico

Marco Antonio Mora-Ramírez, Edgar Martínez-Luna, Xochitl Cruz-Núñez

151-168

Evaluation of the SACZ index as a prognostic tool based on GFS forecasts

Louise da Fonseca Aguiar, Marcio Cataldi, Edilson Marton, Eric Miguel Ribeiro, Priscila da Cunha Luz

91-104

Dense fog simulation in southern Brazil using the WRF model with high spatial resolution

Judith Rodrigues Cardoso, Edilson Marton, Flávia Rodrigues Pinheiro, William Cossich, Nilton Oliveira Moraes

55-78

Drought Potential in Borneo Based on the RCP 4.5 Scenario

Amalia Nurlatifah, Fildzah Adany, Aulia Darojatun, Bambang Siswanto, Sinta Berliana Sipayung

23-34