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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002Aqueous Phase Reaction of HNO4. The Impact on Tropospheric Chemistry.DENTENER F.Articles in Journals
2002Atmosphere-Biosphere Trace Gas Exchanges Simulated with a Single Column Model.GANZEVELD Laurens; LELIEVELD J.; DENTENER F.; KROL M.; ROELOFS G.j.Articles in Journals
2003CAPRAM2.4 (MODAC Mechanism), an Extended and Condensed Tropospheric Acqueous Phase Mechanism and its Application.ERVENS B.; WILLIAMS J.e.; BUXTON G.v.; SALMON G.a.; BYDDER M.; DENTENER F.; GEORGE C.; MIRABEL P.; WOLLRE R.; HERRMANN H.Articles in Journals
2002Chemistry Transport Modelling of the Satellite Observed Distribution of Tropospheric Ozone.PETERS W.; KROL M.; DENTENER F.; THOMPSON A.; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2002Chemistry Transport Modelling of the Satellite Observed Distribution of Tropospheric Ozone.PETERS W.; KROL M.; DENTENER F.; THOMPSON A.; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2003Fresh Air in the 21st Century?PRATHER Michael; GAUSS M.; BERNTSEN Terje; ISAKSEN Ivar; SUNDET Jostein; BEY Isabelle; BRASSEUR Guy; DENTENER F.; DERWENT Richard; STEVENSON David, et alArticles in Journals
2002Gas/Aerosol Paritioning. II. Global Modelling Results.METZGER Swen; DENTENER F.; KROL M.; JEUKEN Ad; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2002Gas/Aerosol Partitioning. I. A Computationally Efficient Model.METZGER Swen; DENTENER F.; PANDIS Spyros; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2002Global Air Pollution Cross Roads over the Mediterranean.LELIEVELD J.; BERRESHELM H.; BORRMANN S.; CRUTZEN Paul j.; DENTENER F.; FISCHER H.; FEICHTER J.; FLATAU P.j.; HELAND J.; HOLZINGER R., et alArticles in Journals
2002The Global Distribution of Acidifying Wet Deposition.RODHE H.; DENTENER F.; SCHULZ MichaelArticles in Journals
2004Global Modelling of Heterogeneous Chemistry on Mineral Aerosol Surfaces: Infleunce on Tropospheric Ozone Chemistry and Comparison to ObservationsBAUER S.e.; BALKANSKI Yves; SCHULZ Michael; HAUGLUSTAINE D.; DENTENER F.Articles in Journals
2002Global Patterns of Dissolved and Particulate Nitrogen Inputs to Coastal Systems, Recent Conditions and Future Projections.SEITZINGER S.p.; KROEZE C.; BOUWMAN A.f.; CARACO N.; DENTENER F.; STYLES R.v.Articles in Journals
2002Global Soil Biogenic NOx Emissions and the Role of Canopy Processes.GANZEVELD Laurens; LELIEVELD J.; DENTENER F.; KROL M.c.; BOUWMAN A.j.; ROELOFS G.-j.Articles in Journals
2002Identification of an ENSO Signal in a Multilayer Global Simulation of Tropospheric Ozone.PETERS W.; KROL M.; DENTENER F.; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2002The Influence of Cloud Chemistry on HOx and NOx in the Marine Boundary Layer: a 1-D Model Study.WILLIAMS Jeanne; DENTENER F.; VAN DEN BERG A.Articles in Journals
2001Influence of the Source Formulation on Modelling the Atmospheric Global Distribution of Easalt Aerosol.GUELLE Walter; BALKANSKI Yves; SCHULZ Michael; DENTENER F.Articles in Journals
2003Interannual Variability and Trend of CH4 Lifetime as a Measure for OH Changes in the 1979-1993 Time PeriodDENTENER F.; PETERS W.; KROL M.; VAN WEELE Michiel; BERGAMASCHI Peter; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2004Nitrogen Cycles: Past, Present, Future.GALLOWAY J.n.; DENTENER F.; CAPONE D.g.; BOYER E.w.; HOWARTH R.w.; SEITZINGER S.p.; ASNER G.p.; CLEVELAND Cory; GREEN Pamela; HOLLAND E.a., et alArticles in Journals
2002The Origin, Composition and Rates of Organic Nitrogern Deposition: a Missing Piece of the Nitrogen Cycle?NEFF J.c.; HOLLAND E.a.; DENTENER F.; MC DOWELL W.h.; RUSSEL K.m.Articles in Journals
2003Radiative Forcing in the 21st Century Due to Ozone Changes in the Troposphere and the Lower StratosphereGAUSS M.; MYHRE G.; PRATHER Michael; ISAKSEN Ivar; BERNTSEN Terje; BRASSEUR Guy; DENTENER F.; DERWENT Richard; HAUGLUSTAINE D.; HOROWITZ Abraham, et alArticles in Journals
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