David Simpson

Adjungerad professor at Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing, Global Environmental Measurements and Modelling

David Simpson is a Senior Researcher at the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and Adjunct Professor at Chalmers, Gothenburg. He has worked for the European Monitoring and Evaluation Programme (EMEP, www.emep.int) for almost 20 years, mainly developing the EMEP chemical transport model. His main interests involve the biosphere-atmosphere exchange of pollutants which affect ozone chemistry, aerosols, and nitrogen deposition.

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Showing 75 publications

2019

Secondary organic aerosol reduced by mixture of atmospheric vapours

G. McFiggans, Th. F. Mentel, J. Wildt et al
Nature. Vol. 565 (7741), p. 587-593
Journal article
2018

Tropospheric ozone assessment report: Present-day tropospheric ozone distribution and trends relevant to vegetation

Gina Mills, Håkan Pleijel, Christopher S. Malley et al
Elementa. Vol. 6
Journal article
2018

Chlorine oxidation of VOCs at a semi-rural site in Beijing: Significant chlorine liberation from ClNO2 and subsequent gas- A nd particle-phase Cl-VOC production

Michael Le Breton, Åsa M. Hallquist, Ravi Kant Pathak et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 18 (17), p. 13013-13030
Journal article
2018

Spatial variation of modelled total, dry and wet nitrogen deposition to forests at global scale

Donna B. Schwede, David Simpson, Jiani Tan et al
Environmental Pollution. Vol. 243 (Dec.), p. 1287-1301
Journal article
2018

Composition and sources of carbonaceous aerosols in Northern Europe during winter

M. Glasius, A. M.K. Hansen, M. Claeys et al
Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 173, p. 127-141
Journal article
2018

Large but decreasing effect of ozone on the European carbon sink

Rebecca J. Oliver, Lina M. Mercado, Stephen Sitch et al
Biogeosciences. Vol. 15 (13), p. 4245-4269
Journal article
2018

Ozone pollution will compromise efforts to increase global wheat production

Gina Mills, Katrina Sharps, David Simpson et al
Global Change Biology. Vol. 24 (8), p. 3560-3574
Journal article
2018

Ozone impacts of gas-aerosol uptake in global chemistry transport models

Scarlet Stadtler, David Simpson, Sabine Schröder et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 18 (5), p. 3147-3171
Journal article
2018

Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report: Present-day ozone distribution and trends relevant to human health

Zoe L. Fleming, Ruth M. Doherty, Erika von Schneidemesser et al
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene. Vol. 6
Journal article
2018

Closing the global ozone yield gap: Quantification and cobenefits for multistress tolerance

Gina Mills, Katrina Sharps, David Simpson et al
Global Change Biology. Vol. 24 (10), p. 4869-4893
Journal article
2018

Impact of regional climate change and future emission scenarios on surface O3 and PM2.5 over India

Matthieu Pommier, H. Fagerli, M. Gauss et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 18 (1), p. 103-127
Journal article
2018

Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report: Present-day ozone distribution and trends relevant to human health

Zoë L. Fleming, R. Doherty, Erika Von Schneidemesser et al
Elementa. Vol. 6
Journal article
2017

The assessment of transboundary and regional air pollution due to particles

Amela Jeričević, Goran Gašparac, S. Tsyro et al
Airborne Particles: Origin, Emissions and Health Impacts, p. 75-103
Book chapter
2017

Modelling long-term impacts of changes in climate, nitrogen deposition and ozone exposure on carbon sequestration of European forest ecosystems

W. de Vries, M. Posch, David Simpson et al
Science of the Total Environment. Vol. 605, p. 1097-1116
Journal article
2017

Impact of excess NOx emissions from diesel cars on air quality, public health and eutrophication in Europe

J. E. Jonson, J. Borken-Kleefeld, David Simpson et al
Environmental Research Letters. Vol. 12 (9)
Journal article
2017

Development and evaluation of an ozone deposition scheme for coupling to a terrestrial biosphere model

Martina Franz, David Simpson, Almut Arneth et al
Biogeosciences. Vol. 14 (1), p. 45-71
Journal article
2017

Deposition of sulphur and nitrogen in Europe 1900-2050. Model calculations and comparison to historical observations

M. Engardt, David Simpson, M. Schwikowski et al
Tellus, Series B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology. Vol. 69, p. Article: 1328945-
Journal article
2016

Photochemical Smog in China: Scientific challenges and implications for air quality policies

Mattias Hallquist, John Munthe, Min Hu et al
National Science Review. Vol. 3 (4), p. 401-403
Journal article
2016

Improving the spatial resolution of air-quality modelling at a European scale - Development and evaluation of the Air Quality Re-gridder Model (AQR v1.1)

M. R. Theobald, David Simpson, M. Vieno
Geoscientific Model Development. Vol. 9 (12), p. 4475-4489
Journal article
2015

Effects of global change during the 21st century on the nitrogen cycle

D. Fowler, C. E. Steadman, D. Stevenson et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 15 (24), p. 13849-13893
Journal article
2015

Impacts of European livestock production: nitrogen, sulphur, phosphorus and greenhouse gas emissions, land-use, water eutrophication and biodiversity

A. Leip, G. Billen, J. Garnier et al
Environmental Research Letters. Vol. 10 (11)
Journal article
2015

Particulate emissions from residential wood combustion in Europe revised estimates and an evaluation

Hacd van der Gon, R. Bergstrom, C. Fountoukis et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 15 (11), p. 6503-6519
Journal article
2015

Performance of European chemistry transport models as function of horizontal resolution

M. Schaap, C. Cuvelier, C. Hendriks et al
Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 112, p. 90-105
Journal article
2015

Evaluation of the performance of different atmospheric chemical transport models and inter-comparison of nitrogen and sulphur deposition estimates for the UK

A. J. Dore, D.C. Carslaw, C. F. Braban et al
Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 119, p. 131-143
Journal article
2014

Have ozone effects on carbon sequestration been overestimated? A new biomass response function for wheat

Håkan Pleijel, H. Danielsson, David Simpson et al
Biogeosciences. Vol. 11 (16), p. 4521-4528
Journal article
2014

Impacts of climate and emission changes on nitrogen deposition in Europe: a multi-model study

David Simpson, C. Andersson, J. H. Christensen et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 14 (13), p. 6995-7017
Journal article
2014

Biotic stress: a significant contributor to organic aerosol in Europe?

Robert Bergström, Mattias Hallquist, David Simpson et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 14 (24), p. 13643-13660
Journal article
2014

Uncertainties in assessing the environmental impact of amine emissions from a CO2 capture plant

M. Karl, N. Castell, David Simpson et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 14 (16), p. 8533-8557
Journal article
2014

Ozone - the persistent menace; interactions with the N cycle and climate change

David Simpson, Almut Arneth, Gina Mills et al
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. Vol. 9-10, p. 9-19
Journal article
2013

Towards a climate-dependent paradigm of ammonia emission and deposition

M. A. Sutton, S. Reis, S. N. Riddick et al
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Vol. 368 (1621)
Journal article
2013

Evaluation and Inter-comparison of Acid Deposition Models for the UK

A. J. Dore, D.C. Carslaw, C. Chemel et al
NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security, p. 505-510
Book chapter
2013

Air pollution risks to northern european forests in a changing climate

J.P. Tuovinen, H. Hakola, P.E. Karlsson et al
Developments in Environmental Science, p. 77-99
Book chapter
2013

The EMEP MSC-W Modelling Programme: Its Relationship to Policy Support, Current Challenges and Future Perspectives

David Simpson
NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security, p. 265-271
Book chapter
2013

Advances in understanding, models and parameterizations of biosphere-atmosphere ammonia exchange

C. R. Flechard, R.-S. Massad, B. Loubet et al
Biogeosciences. Vol. 10 (7), p. 5183-5225
Journal article
2013

Light-absorbing carbon in Europe - measurement and modelling, with a focus on residential wood combustion emissions

J. Genberg, Denier H. A. C. van der Gon, David Simpson et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 13 (17), p. 8719-8738
Journal article
2012

The EMEP MSC-W chemical transport model - technical description

David Simpson, A. Benedictow, H. Berge et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 12 (16), p. 7825-7865
Journal article
2012

Lessons learnt from the first EMEP intensive measurement periods

W. Aas, S. Tsyro, E. Bieber et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 12 (17), p. 8073-8094
Journal article
2012

Towards the use of dynamic growing seasons in a chemical transport model

Abdulla Sakalli, David Simpson
Biogeosciences. Vol. 9 (12), p. 5161-5179
Journal article
2012

A multi-model study of impacts of climate change on surface ozone in Europe

J. Langner, M. Engardt, A. Baklanov et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 12 (21), p. 10423-10440
Journal article
2012

Impact of forest fires, biogenic emissions and high temperatures on the elevated Eastern Mediterranean ozone levels during the hot summer of 2007

O. Hodnebrog, S. Solberg, F. Stordal et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 12 (18), p. 8727-8750
Journal article
2012

Future air quality in Europe: a multi-model assessment of projected exposure to ozone

A. Colette, C. Granier, O. Hodnebrog et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 12 (21), p. 10613-10630
Journal article
2012

Modelling of organic aerosols over Europe (2002-2007) using a volatility basis set (VBS) framework: application of different assumptions regarding the formation of secondary organic aerosol

Robert Bergström, Hacd van der Gon, A. S. H. Prevot et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 12 (18), p. 8499-8527
Journal article
2012

DO3SE modelling of soil moisture to determine ozone flux to forest trees

P. Buker, T. Morrissey, A. Briolat et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 12 (12), p. 5537-5562
Journal article
2011

Source apportionment of the summer time carbonaceous aerosol at Nordic rural background sites

K. E. Yttri, David Simpson, J. K. Nøjgaard et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 11 (24), p. 13339-13357
Journal article
2011

General overview: European Integrated project on Aerosol Cloud Climate and Air Quality interactions (EUCAARI) - integrating aerosol research from nano to global scales

M. Kulmala, A. Asmi, H. K. Lappalainen et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 11 (24), p. 13061-13143
Journal article
2011

Dry deposition of reactive nitrogen to European ecosystems: a comparison of inferential models across the NitroEurope network

C. R. Flechard, E. Nemitz, R. I. Smith et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 11 (6), p. 2703-2728
Journal article
2011

Source apportionment of the carbonaceous aerosol in Norway - quantitative estimates based on 14C, thermal-optical and organic tracer analysis

K. E. Yttri, David Simpson, K. Stenstrom et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 11 (17), p. 9375-9394
Journal article
2011

Source apportionment of carbonaceous aerosol in southern Sweden

J. Genberg, M. Hyder, K. Stenström et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 11 (22), p. 11387-11400
Journal article
2011

New stomatal flux-based critical levels for ozone effects on vegetation

G. Mills, H. Pleijel, S. Braun et al
Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 45 (28), p. 5064-5068
Journal article
2011

Carbon monoxide (CO) and ethane (C2H6) trends from ground-based solar FTIR measurements at six European stations, comparison and sensitivity analysis with the EMEP model

Jon Angelbratt, Johan Mellqvist, David Simpson et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 11 (17), p. 9253-9269
Journal article
2011

New stomatal flux-based critical levels for ozone effects on vegetation

Gina Mills, Håkan Pleijel, Sabine Braun et al
Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 45 (28), p. 5064-5068
Journal article
2010

Evidence of widespread effects of ozone on crops and (semi-)natural vegetation in Europe (1990 - 2006) in relation to AOT40 - and flux-based risk maps

Gina Mills, Felicity Hayes, David Simpson et al
Global Change Biology. Vol. 17 (1), p. 592-613
Journal article
2010

Modelling surface ozone during the 2003 heat-wave in the UK

M. Vieno, A. J. Dore, D. S. Stevenson et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 10 (16), p. 7963-7978
Journal article
2009

Ozone Exposure and Impacts on Vegetation in the Nordic and Baltic Countries

P.E. Karlsson, Håkan Pleijel, David Simpson
Ambio. Vol. 38 (8), p. 402-405
Journal article
2009

Atmospheric Composition Change - Global and Regional Air Quality

P.S. Monks, C. Granier, S. Fuzzi et al
Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 43 (33), p. 5268-5350
Journal article
2009

Ozone and Methane - Climate and Environment Connected

H. Pleijel, P.E. Karlsson, David Simpson
Air Pollution & Climate Change. Two Sides of the Same Coin? (ed. H. Pleijel), p. 51-62
Book chapter
2009

Modelling ozone fluxes to forests for risk assessment: status and prospects

J. P. Tuovinen, L. Emberson, David Simpson
Annals of Forest Science. Vol. 66, p. 401-
Journal article
2009

Carbonaceous aerosols in Norwegian urban areas

K. E. Yttri, C. Dye, O.-A. Braathen et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 9 (6), p. 2007-2020
Journal article
2009

Atmospheric composition change: Ecosystems-Atmosphere interactions

D. Fowler, K. Pilegaard, M. A. Sutton et al
Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 43 (33), p. 5193-5267
Journal article
2009

Measuring Atmospheric Composition Change

P. Laj, J. Klausen, M. Bilde et al
Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 43 (33), p. 5351-5414
Journal article
2009

Biosphere-atmosphere interactions in the EMEP MSC-W chemical transport model

David Simpson
iLEAPS Newsletter. Vol. 6
Magazine article
2009

Fossil and non-fossil sources of organic carbon (OC) and elemental carbon (EC) in Göteborg, Sweden

S. Szidat, M. Ruff, N. Perron et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 9 (5), p. 1521-1535
Journal article
2009

The formation, properties and impact of secondary organic aerosol: Current and emerging issues

Mattias Hallquist, J. C. Wenger, U. Baltensperger et al
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Vol. 9 (14), p. 5155-5236
Journal article
2008

Comparison of modelled and measured ozone concentrations and meteorology for a site in south-west Sweden: Implications for ozone uptake calculations

Jenny Klingberg, Helena Danielsson, David Simpson et al
Environmental Pollution. Vol. 155 (1), p. 99-111
Journal article
2008

Uncertainties in the relationship between atmospheric nitrogen deposition and forest carbon sequestration

M. Sutton, David Simpson, P. Levy et al
Global Change Biology. Vol. 14, p. 1-7
Journal article
2008

An aerodynamic correction for the European ozone risk assessment methodology

J. Tuovinen, David Simpson
Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 42, p. 8371-8381
Journal article
2008

Humidity Parameters from Temperature: Test of a Simple Methodology for European Conditions

Yvonne Andersson-Sköld, David Simpson, V. Odegaard
Int. J. of Climatology. Vol. 28, p. 961-972
Journal article
2007

Seasonal trends and possible sources of brown carbon based on 2-year aerosol measurements at six sites in Europe

H. Lukacs, A. Gelencser, S. Hammer et al
Journal of Geophysical Research. Vol. 112 (D23), p. 9-
Journal article
2007

Source apportionment of PM2.5 organic aerosol over Europe: Primary/secondary, natural/anthropogenic, and fossil/biogenic origin

A. Gelencser, B. May, David Simpson et al
Journal of Geophysical Research. Vol. 112 (D23), p. 12-
Journal article
2007

Modeling carbonaceous aerosol over Europe: Analysis of the CARBOSOL and EMEP EC/OC campaigns

David Simpson, K. E. Yttri, Z. Klimont et al
Journal of Geophysical Research. Vol. 112 (D23), p. 26-
Journal article
2007

A comparison of two different approaches for mapping potential ozone damage to vegetation. A model study

David Simpson, M. R. Ashmore, L. Emberson et al
Environmental Pollution. Vol. 146 (3), p. 715-725
Journal article
2006

Comparison of modelled and monitored deposition fluxes of sulphur and nitrogen to ICP-forest sites in Europe

David Simpson, H. Fagerli, S. Hellsten et al
Biogeosciences. Vol. 3 (3), p. 337-355
Journal article

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Showing 2 research projects

2018–2019

ModElling the Global Earth system (MERGE)

David Simpson Global Environmental Measurements and Modelling
Lund University

2016–2018

Atmospheric oxidation of stress induced emissions from vegetation - its role for aerosol formation

David Simpson Global Environmental Measurements and Modelling
David Simpson Global Environmental Measurements and Modelling
Formas

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