inDust network is working hard and some of the ongoing discussions have been considered within scientific publications. They are the following:

  • Benedetti, A., Reid, J. S., Baklanov, A., Basart, S., Boucher, O., Brooks, I. M., Brooks, M., Colarco, P. R., Cuevas, E., da Silva, A., Di Giuseppe, F., Escribano, J., Flemming, J., Huneeus, N., Jorba, O., Kazadzis, S., Kinne, S., Knippertz, P., Laj, P., Marsham, J. H., Menut, L., Mona, L., Popp, T., Quinn, P. K., Rémy, S., Sekiyama, T. S., Tanaka, T., Terradellas, E., and Wiedensohler, A.: Status and future of Numerical Atmospheric Aerosol Prediction with a focus on data requirements, Atmos. Chem. Phys.,, 2018.

  • Gkikas, A., Obiso, V., Pérez García-Pando, C., Jorba, O., Hatzianastassiou, N., Vendrell, L., Basart, S., Solomos, S., Gassó, S., and Baldasano, J. M.: Direct radiative effects during intense Mediterranean desert dust outbreaks, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 18, 8757-8787,, 2018.

  • Solomos , S., Kalivitis, N., Mihalopoulos, N., Amiridis, V., Kouvarakis, G., Gkikas, A., Binietoglou, I., Tsekeri, A., Kazadzis, S., Kottas, M., Pradhan, Y., Proestakis, E., Nastos, P.T., Marenco, F.: From Tropospheric Folding to Khamsin and Foehn Winds: How Atmospheric Dynamics Advanced a Record-Breaking Dust Episode in Crete. Atmosphere, 9, 240, 2018.