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  1. Towards a European UV-climatology utilising ground-based and satellite based analysis

    UV-radiation levels at the ground can be strongly influenced by ozone and climate change. Over on...

    H Slaper, PN den Outer, JE Williams, A Bais, J Kaurola, K Lakkala, G Seckmeyer, P Weihs | Conference: Quadrennial Ozone Symposium | Organisation: International Ozone Commision | Place: Kos,Greece | First page: 249 | Last page: 250

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  2. Influence of increasing anthropogenic emissions on the vertical distribution of tropospheric ozone near the Asian continent for the period 2000 – 2008

    A Strunk, JE Williams, TPC van Noije, M van Weele, PFJ van Velthoven | Conference: Second Tropospheric Ozone Workshop | Organisation: CNRS, Meteo-France, WMO | Place: Toulouse, France | Year: 2011 | First page: 0 | Last page: 0

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  3. Carbon monoxide total columns from SCIAMACHY 2.3 μm atmospheric reflectance measurements: towards a full-mission data product (2003–2012)

    We present a full-mission data product of carbon monoxide (CO) vertical column densities using th...

    T Borsdorff, P Tol, JE Williams, J de Laat, J aan de Burg, P Nédélec, I Aben, J Landgraf | Status: published | Journal: Atmospheric Measurement Techniques | Volume: 9 | Year: 2016 | First page: 227 | Last page: 248 | doi: 10.5194/amt-9-227-2016

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  4. Multi-model simulation of CO and HCHO in the Southern Hemisphere: comparison with observations and impact of biogenic emissions

    We investigate the impact of biogenic emissions on carbon monoxide (CO) and formaldehyde (HCHO) i...

    G Zeng, JE Williams, JA Fisher, LK Emmons, NB Jones, O Morgenstern, J Robinson, D Smale, C Paton-Walsh, DWT Griffith | Status: published | Journal: Atm. Chem. Phys. | Volume: 15 | Year: 2015 | First page: 7217 | Last page: 7245 | doi: 10.5194/acp-15-7217-2015

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  5. Evidence for strong, widespread chlorine radical chemistry associated with pollution outflow from continental Asia

    The chlorine radical is a potent atmospheric oxidant, capable of perturbing tropospheric oxidativ...

    AK Baker, C Sauvage, UT Thorenz, PFJ van Velthoven, , DE Oram, A Zahn, CAM Brenninkmeijer, J Williams | Status: published | Journal: Nature Scientific Data | Volume: 6 | Year: 2016 | doi: 10.1038/srep36821

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