Alasdair A. MacArthur

PhD Thesis, University of Edinburgh, 2012: Field spectroscopy and spectral reflectance modelling of Calluna vulgaris. University of Edinburgh.

Publications in cryosphere research affiliated to University of Edinburgh:

Ball, C. P., A. A. Marks, P. D. Green, A. MacArthur, M. Maturilli, N. P. Fox & M. D. King (2015, October) Hemispherical-directional reflectance (HDRF) of windblown snow-covered Arctic tundra at large solar zenith angles. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 53 (10), 5377-5387.

Marks, A., C. Fragiacomo, A. MacArthur, G. Zibordi, N. Fox & M. D. King (2015, March 01) Characterisation of the HDRF (as a proxy for BRDF) of snow surfaces at Dome C, Antarctica, for the inter-calibration and inter-comparison of satellite optical data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 158, 407-416.

France, J. L., H. J. Reay, M. D. King, D. Voisin, H. W. Jacobi, F. Domine, H. Beine, C. Anastasio, A. MacArthur & J. Lee-Taylor (2012, July 27) Hydroxyl radical and NOx production rates, black carbon concentrations and light-absorbing impurities in snow from field measurements of light penetration and nadir reflectivity of onshore and offshore coastal Alaskan snow. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 117 (D14), D00R12.

France, J. L., M. D. King, J. Lee-Taylor, H. J. Beine, A. Ianniello, F. Domine & A. MacArthur (2011, December) Calculations of in-snow NO2 and OH radical photochemical production and photolysis rates: A field and radiative-transfer study of the optical properties of Arctic (Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard) snow. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 116 (F4), F04013.

France, J. L., M. D. King, M. M. Frey, J. Erbland, G. Picard, S. Preunkert, A. MacArthur & J. Savarino (2011, September 21) Snow optical properties at Dome C (Concordia), Antarctica: Implications for snow emissions and snow chemistry of reactive nitrogen. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11 (18), 9787-9801.

France, J. L., M. D. King & A. MacArthur (2010, May) A photohabitable zone in the martian snowpack? A laboratory and radiative-transfer study of dusty water–ice snow. Icarus, 207 (1), 133-139.