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First 227 results for ” S Maher”

  1. Observations of high concentrations of total reactive nitrogen (NOy) and nitric acid (HNO3) in the lower arctic stratosphere during the Stratosphere-Troposphere Experiment by Aircraft Measurements (STREAM) II campaign in February 1995

    H Fischer, P Siegmund | Status: published | Journal: J. Geophys. Res. | Volume: 102 | Year: 1997 | First page: 23,559 | Last page: 23,571

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  2. The Contribution of Land Surface Initialization to Subseasonal Forecast Skill: First Results from the GLACE-2 Project

    R Koster, S Mahanama, T Yamada, G Balsamo, M Boisserie, P Dirmeyer, F Doblas-Reyes, T Gordon, Z Guo, JH Jeong, Z Li, L Luo, S Maleysev, B van den Hurk, CoAuthors | Status: published | Journal: Geophys. Res. Lett. | Volume: 37 | Year: 2010 | First page: L02402 | doi: 10.1029/2009GL041677

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  3. The Rhone-aggregation Land Surface Scheme Intercomparison Project: an overview

    A Boone, F Habets, J Noilhan, D Clark, P Dirmeyer, S Fox, Y Gusev, I Haddeland, R Koster, D Lohmann, S Mahnama, K Mitchell, O Sasonova, GJ Niu, B van den Hurk | Status: published | Journal: J. Climate | Volume: 17 | Year: 2004 | First page: 187 | Last page: 208

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  4. International Photolysis Frequency Measurement and Model Intercomparison (IPMMI): Spectral actinic solar flux measurements and modeling

    The International Photolysis Frequency Measurement and Model Intercomparison (IPMMI) took place i...

    AF Bais, S Madronich, J Crawford, SR Hall, B Mayer, M van Weele, J Lenoble, JG Calvert, CA Cantrell, RE Shetter, A Hofzumahaus, P Koepke, PS Monks, G Frost, R Mc Kenzie and ................ | Status: published | Journal: J. Geophys. Res. | Volume: 108 | Year: 2003 | First page: 8543 | doi: 10.1029/2002JD002891

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  5. Sunshine is an important determinant of vitamin D status even among high-dose supplement users: secondary analysis of a randomised controlled trial in Crohn's disease patients

    Sunshine is considered to be the most important source of vitamin D. Due to an increased risk of ...

    F O'Sullivan, T Raftery, M van Weele, J van Geffen, D McNamara, C O'Morain, N Mahmud, D Kelly, M Healy, M O'Sullivan, L Zgaga | Status: published | Journal: Photochem. and Photobiol. | Volume: 95 | Year: 2019 | First page: 1060 | Last page: 1067 | doi: 10.1111/php.13086

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