Gregory Jenkins

Professor of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science, of Geography, and of African Studies

Gregory Jenkins

Research Summary

How lightning in particular and mineral dust aerosols can act as sources and sinks of tropospheric ozone in regions downstream of continental Africa

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Dust Weather Aerosols Particulate Matter Aerosol Senegal Health Forecasting Air Quality West Africa Bacteria Ozone Simulation Temperature Winter Summer Forecast Air Humidity Hurricanes Mixing Ratio Troposphere Meningitis Western Africa Event

Most Recent Publications

G. S. Jenkins, S. M. Freire, T. Ogunro, D. Niang, M. Andrade, M. S. Drame, J. B. Huvi, E. E.S. Pires, E. N. Toure, M. Camara, 2023, GeoHealth

Multifractal detrended fluctuation analysis of particulate matter and atmospheric variables at different time scales

Ibiyinka Fuwape, Samuel Ogunjo, Joshua Akinsusi, Babatunde Rabiu, Gregory Jenkins, 2023, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics

Aara’L Y. Yarber, Gregory S. Jenkins, Ajit Singh, Aminata Diokhane, 2023, GeoHealth

WRF-CHEM Simulations of Unhealthy PM<sub>10</sub> Concentrations During Four Dust Events in Senegal

G. S. Jenkins, K. McCauley, T. Thompson, A. M. Diokhane, 2022, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres

Annual and early summer variability in WRF-CHEM simulated West African PM<sub>10</sub> during 1960–2016

Gregory Jenkins, Moussa Gueye, 2022, Atmospheric Environment

S. Ogunjo, O. Olaniyan, C. F. Olusegun, F. Kayode, D. Okoh, G. Jenkins, 2022, GeoHealth

The Evolution of the Wave-One Ozone Maximum During the 2017 LASIC Field Campaign at Ascension Island

Gregory S. Jenkins, Vagner de Castro, Bruno Cunha, Ivan Fontanez, Robert Holzworth, 2021, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres

Abdou Lahat Dieng, Siny Ndoye, Gregory S. Jenkins, Saïdou M. Sall, Amadou T. Gaye, 2021, SN Applied Sciences

Alioune Marone, Coumba Touré Kane, Malick Mbengue, Gregory S. Jenkins, Demba Ndao Niang, Mamadou Simina Drame, Jeremy M. Gernand, 2020, GeoHealth

Nafissatou Oumar Toure, Ndeye Ramatoulaye Diagne Gueye, Aminata Mbow-Diokhane, Gregory S. Jenkins, Maggie Li, Mamadou S. Drame, Karen Adjoa Ronke Coker, Khady Thiam, 2019, GeoHealth on p. 423-442

Most-Cited Papers

Exploring a graph theory based algorithm for automated identification and characterization of large mesoscale convective systems in satellite datasets

Kim Whitehall, Chris A. Mattmann, Gregory Jenkins, Mugizi Rwebangira, Belay Demoz, Duane Waliser, Jinwon Kim, Cameron Goodale, Andrew Hart, Paul Ramirez, Michael J. Joyce, Maziyar Boustani, Paul Zimdars, Paul Loikith, Huikyo Lee, 2015, Earth Science Informatics on p. 663-675

Linkages between observed, modeled Saharan dust loading and meningitis in Senegal during 2012 and 2013

Aminata Mbow Diokhane, Gregory S. Jenkins, Noel Manga, Mamadou S. Drame, Boubacar Mbodji, 2016, International Journal of Biometeorology on p. 557-575

Nafissatou Oumar Toure, Ndeye Ramatoulaye Diagne Gueye, Aminata Mbow-Diokhane, Gregory S. Jenkins, Maggie Li, Mamadou S. Drame, Karen Adjoa Ronke Coker, Khady Thiam, 2019, GeoHealth on p. 423-442

WRF prediction of two winter season Saharan dust events using PM<sub>10</sub> concentrations: Boundary versus initial conditions

Gregory S. Jenkins, Aminita Mbow Diokhane, 2017, Atmospheric Environment on p. 129-142

Alioune Marone, Coumba Touré Kane, Malick Mbengue, Gregory S. Jenkins, Demba Ndao Niang, Mamadou Simina Drame, Jeremy M. Gernand, 2020, GeoHealth

S. Ogunjo, O. Olaniyan, C. F. Olusegun, F. Kayode, D. Okoh, G. Jenkins, 2022, GeoHealth

Investigating the sensitivity of the WRF-Chem horizontal grid spacing on PM<sub>10</sub> concentration during 2012 over West Africa

M. Gueye, G. S. Jenkins, 2019, Atmospheric Environment on p. 152-163

Gregory S. Jenkins, Miliaritiana L. Robjhon, Ashford Reyes, Adriel Valentine, Luis Neves, 2015, Atmospheric Environment on p. 70-86

Annual and early summer variability in WRF-CHEM simulated West African PM<sub>10</sub> during 1960–2016

Gregory Jenkins, Moussa Gueye, 2022, Atmospheric Environment

Gregory S. Jenkins, Moussa Gueye, Mamadou S. Drame, Seydi A. Ndiaye, 2014, Atmospheric Science Letters on p. 195-203