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First 255 results for ” G Roelofs”

  1. When can we expect extremely high surface temperatures?

    A Sterl, C Severijns, H Dijkstra, W Hazeleger, GJ van Oldenborgh, M van den Broeke, G Burgers, B van den Hurk, PJ van Leeuwen, PFJ van Velthoven | published | Geophys. Res. Lett. | 2008 | 35

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  2. Validation strategies for tropospheric satellite data products

    AJM Piters, E Brinksma, M van den Broek, B Dils, B Galle, L Kramer, M Kroon, E Mahieu, J Mellqvist, PS Monks, J Notholt, Y Orsolini, A Petroli, D Schaub, R Sussman | 2005 | 2005

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  3. Meltwater produced by wind–albedo interaction stored in an East Antarctic ice shelf

    Surface melt and subsequent firn air depletion can ultimately lead to disintegration of Antar...

    JTM Lenaerts, S Lhermitte, R Drews, SRM Ligtenberg, S Berger, V Helm, CJJM Smeets, MR van den Broeke, WJ van de Berg, E van Meijgaard, M Eijkelboom, O Eisen, F Pattyn | published | Nature Climate Change | 2016

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  4. Ozone depletion observed by ASUR during the Arctic Winter 1999/2000

    The comparison of largescale sulphate aerosol models study (COSAM) compared the performance of at...

    LA Barrie, Y Yi, ....................., A Jeuken | published | Tellus | 2001 | 53

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  5. Een kristallen bol op grote hoogte

    Uit waarnemingen blijkt dat in de winter de stratosfeer een geheugen heeft van ongeveer een maand...

    PC Siegmund | published | Meteorologica | 2006

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