List of publications / Eran Tas

Chaudhary, N., Bonfil, D., Tas, E. (2021), Physiological and Yield Responses of Spring Wheat Cultivars under Realistic and Acute Levels of Ozone, Atmosphere, Atmosphere, 12(11), 1392, ,

Saadon, T.,  Lazarovitch, N.,  Jerszurki, D., Tas, E. (2021). Predicting net radiation in naturally ventilated greenhouses based on outside global solar radiation for reference evapotranspiration estimation, Agric. Water Manag., 257,

Jerszurki, D., Saadon, T., Zhen, J., Agam, N., Tas, E. (2021). Rachmilevitch, S., Lazarovitch, N., Vertical microclimate heterogeneity and dew formation in semi-closed and naturally ventilated tomato greenhouses, Scientia Horticulturae, 288, 110271,

Klausner, Z., Ben-Efraim, M., Arav, Y., Tas, E., and Fattal, E. (2021). The Micrometeorology of the Haifa Bay Area and Mount Carmel during the Summer, Atmosphere, 12 (3), 354,

Dayan, C., Fredj, E., Misztal, P. K., Gabay, M., Guenther, A. B., and Tas, E. (2020). Emission of biogenic volatile organic compounds from warm and oligotrophic seawater in the Eastern Mediterranean, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 12741–12759,

Gabay, M., Raveh-Rubin, S., Peleg, M., Fredj, E., and Tas, E. (2020). Is oxidation of atmospheric mercury controlled by different mechanisms in the polluted continental boundary layer vs. remote marine boundary layer?, Environ. Res. Lett., 15, 064026,

Gabay, M., and Tas, E. (2019). Dispersion-box modeling investigation of the influences of gasoline,diesel, M85 and E85 vehicle exhaust emission on photochemistry, Environ. Pollut, 252, 1863-1871,

Shechner, M., Guenther, A., Rhew, R., Wishkerman, A., Li, Q., Lerner, G., and Tas, E. (2019). Emission of volatile halogenated organic compounds over various landforms at the Dead Sea, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 19, 7667-7690, doi: 10.5194/acp-19-7667-2019.

Bughici, T., Lazarovitch, N., Fredj, E., and Tas, E. (2019). Evaluation and Bias Correction in WRF Model Forecasting of Precipitation and Potential Evapotranspiration, J. Hydrometeorol., 20, 965-983,

Li, Q., Gabay, M., Rubin, Y., Raveh-Rubin, S., Rohatyn, S., Tatarinov, F., Rotentberg, E., Ramati, E., Dicken, U., Preisler, Y., Fredj, E., Yakir, D. and Tas, E. (2019).  Investigation of ozone deposition to vegetation under warm and dry conditions near the Eastern Mediterranean coast, Sci. Total Environ., 658, 1316-1333,

Li, Q., Gabay, M., Rubin, Y., Fredj, E., and Tas, E. (2018). Measurement-based investigation of ozone deposition to vegetation under the effects of coastal and photochemical air pollution in the Eastern Mediterranean, Sci. Total Environ., 645, 1579–1597,

Rohatyn, S., Rotenberg, E., Ramati, E., Tatarinov, F., Tas, E. and Yakir, D. (2018).  Differential impacts of land use and precipitation on 'ecosystem water yield’, Water. Resour. Res., doi: doi: 10.1029/2017WR022267.

Shechner, M., and Tas, E. (2017). Ozone formation induced by the impact of reactive bromine and iodine species on photochemistry in a polluted marine environment, Environ. Sci. Technol., 51, 24, 14030-14037.

Bluvshtein, N., Lin, P., Flores, J. M., Segev, L., Mazar, Y., Tas, E., Snider, G., Weagle, C., Brown, S. S., Laskin, A. and Rudich, Y (2017). Broadband optical properties of biomass-burning aerosol and identification of brown carbon chromophores, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 122(10), 5441–5456, doi: 10.1002/2016JD026230

M. Peleg, E. Tas, V. Matveev, D. Obrist, C. Moore, M. Gabay and M. Luria (2015). Contribution of the Nitrate Radical to Oxidation of Gaseous Elemental Mercury, Environ. Sci. Technol., 49,24, 14008–14018. doi: 10.1021/acs.est.5b03894

Tas, E., Teller, A., Altaratz, O., Axisa, D., Bruintjes, R., Levin, Z., Koren, I., (2015). The relative dispersion of cloud droplets: its robustness with respect to key cloud properties, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 2429-2440, doi:10.5194/acp-12-2429-2015

Tas, E., Koren, I., and Altaratz, O (2012). On the sensitivity of droplet size relative dispersion to warm cumulus cloud evolution, Geophys. Res. Lett., 39, L13807,

Tas, E., Obrist, D., Peleg, M., Faïn X., Asaf, D., and Luria M (2012). Measurement-based modeling of bromine-induced oxidation of mercury above the Dead Sea, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 2429-2440, doi:10.5194/acp-12-2429-2012.

Asaf, D., Peleg, M., Alsawair, J., Soleiman, A., Matveev, V. Tas, E., Gertler, A., and Luria, M (2011). Transboundary transport of ozone from the Eastern Mediterranean Coast, Atmos. Env.,45, 5595-5601. doi: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.04.045

Obrist, D., Tas, E., Peleg, M., Matveev, V., Faïn, X., Asaf, D., Luria, M (2011). Bromine-induced oxidation of mercury in the mid-latitude atmosphere, Nature Geosci., 4, 22-26. doi: 10.1038/ngeo1018

Asaf, D., Tas, E., Pedersen, D., Peleg M., and Luria, M (2010). Long-term measurements of NO3 radical at a semi-arid urban site: 2. Seasonal trends and loss mechanisms, Environ. Sci. Technol, 44, 5901–5907. doi: 10.1021/es100967z

Tas, E., Peleg, M., Pedersen, D. U., Matveev, V., Pour Biazar, A., and Luria, M (2008). Measurement-based modeling of bromine chemistry in the Dead Sea boundary layer – Part 2: The influence of NO2 on bromine chemistry at mid-latitute areas, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 8, 4811-1821. doi: 10.5194/acp-8-4811-2008

Peleg, M., Matveev, V.,Tas, E., Luria, M. Valente, R. J., and Obrist D (2007). Mercury Depletion Events in the Troposphere in Mid-Latitudes at the Dead Sea, Israel, Environ. Sci. Technol., 41 (21), 7280-7285.

Tas, E., Peleg, M., Pedersen, D. U., Matveev, V, Pour Biazar, A., and Luria, M (2006). Measurement-based modeling of bromine chemistry in the boundary layer: 1. Bromine chemistry at the Dead Sea, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 6, 5589-5604. doi: 10.5194/acp-6-5589-2006

Tas, E., Peleg, M., Matveev, V., Zingler, J., and Luria, M   (2005). Frequency and extent of bromine oxide formation over the Dead Sea, J. Geophys Res.,Vol.110,No.D11,D11304

Tas, E., Matveev, V., Zingler, J., Luria, M., and Peleg, M (2003). Frequency and extent of ozone destruction episodes over the Dead Sea, Israel, Atmos. Environ., 37 (34), 4769-4780.

Matveev, V., Dayan, U ., Tas, E. , Peleg, M  (2002). Atmospheric sulfur flux rates to and from Israel, Sci. Total. Environ., 291, 143-154. doi: 10.1016/S0048-9697(01)01089-0