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First 1656 results for ” H Ridderinkhof”

  1. Quantifying the causes of differences in tropospheric OH within global models

    The hydroxyl radical (OH) is the primary daytime oxidant in the troposphere and provides the main...

    JM Nicely, RJ Salawich, T Canty, DC Anderson, SR Arnold, MP Chipperfield, J Flemming, V Huijnen, DE Kinnison | Status: published | Journal: J. Geophys. Res. | Volume: 122 | Year: 2017 | First page: 1983 | Last page: 2007 | doi: 10.1002/2016JD026239

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  2. Evaluation of SCIAMACHY Level-1 data versions using nadir ozone profile retrievals in the period 2003–2011

    Ozone profile retrieval from nadir-viewing satellite instruments operating in the ultraviolet–vis...

    S Shah, ONE Tuinder, JCA van Peet, ATJ de Laat, P Stammes | Status: published | Journal: Atmospheric Measurement Techniques | Year: 2018 | First page: 2345 | Last page: 2360 | doi: https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-11-2345-2018

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  3. The Impact of Meteorological and Hydrological Memory on Compound Peak Flows in the Rhine River Basin

    Spatio-temporal variation of hydrological processes that have a strong lagged autocorrelation (me...

    S Khanal, A Lutz, W Immerzeel, H de Vries, N Wanders, BJJ van den Hurk | Status: published | Journal: Atmosphere | Volume: 10 | Year: 2019 | First page: 171 | doi: 10.3390/atmos10040171

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  4. The influence of weather regimes on European renewable energy production and demand

    The growing share of variable renewable energy increases the meteorological sensitivity of power ...

    K van der Wiel, HB Bloomfield, RW Lee, LP Stoop, R Blackport, JA Screen, FM Selten | Status: published | Journal: Environmental Research Letters | Volume: 14 | Year: 2019 | First page: 094010 | doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab38d3

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  5. Disentangling the impacts of human and environmental change on catchment response during Hurricane Harvey

    Flooding is a function of hydrologic, climatologic, and land use characteristics. However, the re...

    A Sebastian, A Gori, RB Blessing, K van der Wiel, B Bass | Status: published | Journal: Environmental Research Letters | Volume: 14 | Year: 2019 | First page: 124023 | doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab5234

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