|Atmospheric oxidation in the Mexico city metropolitan area (MCMA) during April 2003|
TR Shirley, WH Brune, X Ren, J Mao, R Lesher, B Cardenas, R Volkamer, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 6 (9), 2753-2765, 2006
|Cities as Net Sources of CO2: Review of Atmospheric CO2 Exchange in Urban Environments Measured by Eddy Covariance Technique|
E Velasco, M Roth
Geography Compass 4 (9), 1238-1259, 2010
|Does urban vegetation enhance carbon sequestration?|
E Velasco, M Roth, L Norford, LT Molina
Landscape and Urban Planning 148, 99-107, 2016
|Measurements of CO2 fluxes from the Mexico City urban landscape|
E Velasco, S Pressley, E Allwine, H Westberg, B Lamb
Atmospheric Environment 39 (38), 7433-7446, 2005
|Distribution, magnitudes, reactivities, ratios and diurnal patterns of volatile organic compounds in the Valley of Mexico during the MCMA 2002 & 2003 field campaigns|
E Velasco, B Lamb, H Westberg, E Allwine, G Sosa, JL Arriaga-Colina, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 7 (2), 329-353, 2007
|Eddy covariance flux measurements of pollutant gases in urban Mexico City|
E Velasco, S Pressley, R Grivicke, E Allwine, T Coons, W Foster, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 9 (19), 7325-7342, 2009
|The role of vegetation in the CO2 flux from a tropical urban neighbourhood|
E Velasco, M Roth, SH Tan, M Quak, S Nabarro, L Norford
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13, 10185-10202, 2013
|Vertical distribution of ozone and VOCs in the low boundary layer of Mexico City|
E Velasco, C Márquez, E Bueno, RM Bernabé, A Sánchez, O Fentanes, ...
Atmospheric chemistry and Physics 8 (12), 3061-3079, 2008
|Exploratory study of particle-bound polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in different environments of Mexico City|
E Velasco, P Siegmann, HC Siegmann
Atmospheric Environment 38 (29), 4957-4968, 2004
|Tree effects on urban microclimate: diurnal, seasonal, and climatic temperature differences explained by separating radiation, evapotranspiration, and roughness effects|
N Meili, G Manoli, P Burlando, J Carmeliet, WTL Chow, AM Coutts, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 126970, 2021
|Particle exposure and inhaled dose during commuting in Singapore|
SH Tan, M Roth, E Velasco
Atmospheric Environment 170, 245-258, 2017
|An urban ecohydrological model to quantify the effect of vegetation on urban climate and hydrology (UT&C v1.0)|
N Meili, G Manoli, P Burlando, E Bou-Zeid, AM Chow, Winston, Coutss, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 13, 335-362, 2020
|Experience from integrated air quality management in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area and Singapore|
LT Molina, E Velasco, A Retama, M Zavala
Atmosphere 10 (9), 512, 2019
|Multi-year energy balance and carbon dioxide fluxes over a residential neighbourhood in a tropical city|
M Roth, C Jansson, E Velasco
International Journal of Climatology, 2016
|Impact of urban canopy models and external parameters on the modelled urban energy balance in a tropical city|
M Demuzere, S Harshan, L Järvi, M Roth, CSB Grimmond, V Masson, ...
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 143 (704), 1581-1596, 2017
|Flux measurements of volatile organic compounds from an urban landscape|
E Velasco, B Lamb, S Pressley, E Allwine, H Westberg, BT Jobson, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (20), 2005
|Sources and sinks of carbon dioxide in a neighborhood of Mexico City|
E Velasco, R Perrusquia, E Jiménez, F Hernández, P Camacho, ...
Atmospheric Environment 97, 226-238, 2014
|Progress and opportunities for monitoring greenhouse gases fluxes in Mexican ecosystems: the MexFlux network|
R Vargas, EA Yépez, JL Andrade, G Ángeles, T Arredondo, ...
Atmósfera 26 (3), 325-336, 2013
|Review of Singapore's air quality and greenhouse gas emissions: current situation and opportunities|
E Velasco, M Roth
Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 62 (6), 625-641, 2012
|Ozone’s threat hits back Mexico City|
E Velasco, A Retama
Sustainable Cities and Society 31, 260-263, 2017