Jasper F. Kok
Jasper F. Kok
Professor, Dept of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UCLA
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The physics of wind-blown sand and dust
JF Kok, EJR Parteli, TI Michaels, DB Karam
Reports on Progress in Physics 75 (10), 106901, 2012
The size distribution of desert dust aerosols and its impact on the Earth system
N Mahowald, S Albani, JF Kok, S Engelstaeder, R Scanza, DS Ward, ...
Aeolian Research 15, 53-71, 2014
A scaling theory for the size distribution of emitted dust aerosols suggests climate models underestimate the size of the global dust cycle
JF Kok
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (3), 1016-1021, 2011
Smaller desert dust cooling effect estimated from analysis of dust size and abundance
JF Kok, DA Ridley, Q Zhou, RL Miller, C Zhao, CL Heald, DS Ward, ...
Nature Geoscience 10 (4), 274-278, 2017
A comprehensive numerical model of steady state saltation (COMSALT)
JF Kok, NO Renno
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 114 (D17), 2009
Improved dust representation in the Community Atmosphere Model
S Albani, NM Mahowald, AT Perry, RA Scanza, CS Zender, NG Heavens, ...
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 6 (3), 541-570, 2014
Possible physical and thermodynamical evidence for liquid water at the Phoenix landing site
NO Rennó, BJ Bos, D Catling, BC Clark, L Drube, D Fisher, W Goetz, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 114 (E1), 2009
Electrostatics in wind-blown sand
JF Kok, NO Renno
Physical review letters 100 (1), 014501, 2008
The physics of wind-blown loess: Implications for grain size proxy interpretations in Quaternary paleoclimate studies
G Újvári, JF Kok, G Varga, J Kovács
Earth-Science Reviews 154, 247-278, 2016
Global and regional importance of the direct dust-climate feedback
JF Kok, DS Ward, NM Mahowald, AT Evan
Nature communications 9 (1), 241, 2018
An improved dust emission model–Part 1: Model description and comparison against measurements
JF Kok, NM Mahowald, G Fratini, JA Gillies, M Ishizuka, JF Leys, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14 (23), 13023-13041, 2014
Contribution of the world's main dust source regions to the global cycle of desert dust
JF Kok, AA Adebiyi, S Albani, Y Balkanski, R Checa-Garcia, M Chin, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 21 (10), 8169-8193, 2021
Climate models miss most of the coarse dust in the atmosphere
AA Adebiyi, JF Kok
Science advances 6 (15), eaaz9507, 2020
Difference in the wind speeds required for initiation versus continuation of sand transport on Mars: Implications for dunes and dust storms
JF Kok
arXiv preprint arXiv:1002.1346, 2010
Pyrogenic iron: The missing link to high iron solubility in aerosols
A Ito, S Myriokefalitakis, M Kanakidou, NM Mahowald, RA Scanza, ...
Science advances 5 (5), eaau7671, 2019
Modeling dust as component minerals in the Community Atmosphere Model: development of framework and impact on radiative forcing
RA Scanza, N Mahowald, S Ghan, CS Zender, JF Kok, X Liu, Y Zhang, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15 (1), 537-561, 2015
Uncertainty in modeling dust mass balance and radiative forcing from size parameterization
C Zhao, S Chen, LR Leung, Y Qian, JF Kok, RA Zaveri, J Huang
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13 (21), 10733-10753, 2013
Electrification of granular systems of identical insulators
JF Kok, DJ Lacks
Physical Review E 79 (5), 051304, 2009
Does the size distribution of mineral dust aerosols depend on the wind speed at emission?
JF Kok
arXiv preprint arXiv:1110.1562, 2011
An observationally constrained estimate of global dust aerosol optical depth
DA Ridley, CL Heald, JF Kok, C Zhao
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16 (23), 15097-15117, 2016
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