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  1. Three Ways Forward to Improve Regional Information for Extreme Events: An Early Career Perspective

    This paper provides an early career researchers (ECRs) perspective on major challenges and opport...

    Gaby S Langendijk, Caroline Aubry-Wake, Marisol Osman, Carla Gulizia, Faten Attig-Bahar, Erik Behrens, André Bertoncini, Neil Hart, Victor S Indasi, Silvia Innocenti, Eveline C Van Der Linden, Nabir Mamnun, Kabir Rasouli, Kevin A Reed, Nina Ridder, Juan Rivera, Romina Ruscica, Bethel U Ukazu, Jakub P Walawender, Dean P Walker, Beth J Woodhams, Yeliz A Yılmaz | Journal: Frontiers in Environmental Science | Volume: 7 | Year: 2019 | doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2019.00006

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  2. Climatology of temperatures below -70oC near tropopause on Atlantic-tracks.

    On request the climatological occurrence of temperatures below -70oC on ight tracks on the Northe...

    D Wolters, J Hemink, G Groen | Year: 2011 | Pages: 0

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  3. Cleaning up the air: effectiveness of air quality policy for SO2 and NOx emissions in China

    Air quality observations by satellite instruments are global and have a regular temporal resoluti...

    RJ van der A, B Mijling, J Ding, ME Koukouli, F Liu, Q Li, H Mao, N Theys | Status: published | Journal: Atm. Chem. Phys. | Volume: 17 | Year: 2017 | First page: 1775 | Last page: 1789 | doi: 10.5194/acp-17-1775-2017

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  4. Relationship between fine-mode AOD and precipitation on seasonal and interannual time scales

    On seasonal and interannual time scales, weather is highly influential in aerosol variability. In...

    H Jeoung, CE Chung, T van Noije, T Takemura | Status: published | Journal: Tellus B | Volume: 66 | Year: 2014 | First page: 23037 | doi: 10.3402/tellusb.v66.23037

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  5. Satellite observations indicate substantial spatiotemporal variability in biomass burning NOx emission factors for South America

    Biomass burning is an important contributor to global total emissions of NOx (NO+NO2). Generally ...

    P Castellanos, KF Boersma, GR van der Werf | Status: published | Journal: Atm. Chem. Phys. | Year: 2014 | First page: 3929 | Last page: 3943 | doi: doi:10.5194/acp-14-3929-2014

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