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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002Identification of an ENSO Signal in a Multilayer Global Simulation of Tropospheric Ozone.PETERS W.; KROL M.; DENTENER F.; LELIEVELD J.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
2011Inverse Modelling of European N2O Emissions: Assimilating Observations from Different NetworksCORAZZA MATTEO; BERGAMASCHI Peter; VERMEULEN A.t.; AALTO A.; HASZPRA L.; MEINHARDT F.; O'DOHERTY S.; THOMPSON R.; MONCRIEFF J.; POPA E., et alArticles in Journals
2005Inverse Modelling of National and European CH4 Emissions Using the Atmospheric Zoom Model TM5.BERGAMASCHI Peter; KROL M.; DENTENER Frank; VERMEULEN Alex; MEINHARDT Frank; GRAUL Rolf; RAMONET Michel; PETERS W.; DLUGOKENCKY EdwardArticles in Journals
2006Is Regional Air Quality Model Diversity Representative of Uncertainty for Ozone Simulation?VAUTARD R.; VAN LOON M.; SCHAAP M.; BERGSTRØM R.; BESSAGNET B.; BRANDT J.; BUILTJES P.; KRISTENSEN J.; CUVELIER CORNELIS; GRAFF A., et alArticles in Journals
2006Multi-model Ensemble Simulations of Tropospheric NO2 Compared with GOME Retrievals for the Year 2000DENTENER FRANCISCUS; VAN NOIJE T. P. C.; ESKES H. J.; STEVENSON D. S.; ELLINGSEN K.; SCHULTZ M.g.; WILD O.; AMANN M.; ATHERTON C. S.; BERGMANN D. J., et alArticles in Journals
2006Multimodel Simulations of Carbon Monoxide: Comparison with Observations and Projected Near-Future ChangesDENTENER FRANCISCUS; SHINDELL D. T.; FALUVEGI G.; STEVENSON D. S.; KROL M.; EMMONS L. K.; LAMARQUE J. F.; PETRON G.; ELLINGSEN K.; SCHULTZ M.g., et alArticles in Journals
2006Nitrogen and Sulphur Deposition on Regional and Global Scales: a Multi-model EvaluationDENTENER FRANCISCUS; DREVET J.; LAMARQUE J.f.; BEY I.; EICKHOUT B.; FIORE A.m.; HAUGLUSTAINE D.; HOROWITZ L.w.; KROL M.; KULSHRESTHA U.c., et alArticles in Journals
2004On the Role of Hydroxyl Radicals in the Self-Cleansing Capacity of the TroposphereLELIEVELD J.; DENTENER Frank; PETERS W.; KROL M.Articles in Journals
2011Optimizing global CO emission estimates using a four-dimensional variational data assimilation system and surface network observationsHOOGHIEMSTRA P.b.; KROL M.; MEIRINK Jan Fokke; BERGAMASCHI Peter; VAN DER WERF G. R.; NOVELLI P.c.; ABEN Ilse; ROECKMANN ThomasArticles in Journals
2007Satellite Chartography of Atmospheric Methane from SCIAMACHY Onboard ENVISAT: (II) Evaluation Based on Inverse Model SimulationsBERGAMASCHI PETER, et alArticles in Journals
2006The Sensitivity of Aerosol in Europe to two Different Emission Inventories and Temporal Distribution of EmissionsDE MEIJ ALEXANDER, et alArticles in Journals
2002Stability of Tropospheric Hydroxyl Chemistry.LELIEVELD J., et alArticles in Journals
2004Towards Regional Scale Inversion Using a Two-Way Nested Global Models. Characterization of Transport Using SF6.PETERS W., et alArticles in Journals
2003Trends and Inter-Annual Variability of Methane Emissions Derived from 1979-1993 Global CTM Simulations.DENTENER F., et alContributions to Conferences
2005The Two-Way Nested Global Chemistry Transport Model TM5KROL M., et alArticles in Journals
2005The Two-Way Nested Global Chemistry-Transport Zoom Model TM5. Algorithm and ApplicationsKROL M., et alArticles in Journals
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