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First 478 results for ” J.W. Munger”

  1. The global chemistry transport model TM5: description and evaluation of the tropospheric chemistry version 3.0

    V Huijnen, J Williams, M van Weele, TPC van Noije, M Krol, F Dentener, J de Laat, KF Boersma, PFJ van Velthoven, P Le Sager, H Eskes, F Alkemade, MP Scheele, S Houweling, co-authors | Status: published | Journal: Geoscientific Model Development | Year: 2010 | First page: 445 | Last page: 473 | doi: 10.5194/gmd-3-445-2010, 2010

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  2. Comparison of ambient aerosol extinction coefficients obtained from in-situ, MAX-DOAS and LIDAR measurements at Cabauw

    P Zieger, E Weingartner, J Henzing, M Moerman, G de Leeuw, J Mikkilä, M Ehn, T Petäjä, K Clémer, M van Roozendaal, S Yilmaz, U Frieß, H Irie, A Apituley, KM Wilson | Status: published | Journal: Atm. Chem. Phys. | Year: 2011 | doi: doi:10.5194/acp-11-2603-2011

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  3. An evaluation of the performance of chemistry transport models - Part 2: Detailed comparison with two selected campaigns

    This is the second part of a rigorous model evaluation study involving five global Chemistry-Tra...

    D Brunner, J Staehelin, HL Rogers, MO Koehler, JA Pyle, DA Hauglustaine, L Jourdain, TK Berntsen, M Gauss, ISA Isaksen, E Meijer, PFJ van Velthoven, G Pitari, E Mancini, V Grewe, R. Sausen | Status: published | Journal: Atmos. Chem. Phys. | Volume: 5 | Year: 2005 | First page: 107 | Last page: 129 | doi: 1680-7324/acp/2005-5-107

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  4. An evaluation of the performance of chemistry transport models by comparison with research aircraft observations. Part 1: Concepts and overall model performance

    D Brunner, J Staehelin, HL Rogers, MA Koehler, JA Pyle, D Hauglustaine, L Jourdain, TK Berntsen, M Gauss, ISA Isaksen, E Meijer, P van Velthoven, G Pitari, E Mancini, G Grewe, R. Sausen | Status: published | Journal: Atmos. Chem. Phys. | Volume: 3 | Year: 2003 | First page: 1609 | Last page: 1631

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  5. 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 | Status: published | Journal: Nature Climate Change | Year: 2016 | doi: 10.1038/NCLIMATE3180

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