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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Changes in Nitrogen Dioxide and Ozone over Southeast and East Asia between Year 2000 and 2030 with Fixed MeteorologyGAUSS Michael; ELLINGSEN Kjerstin; S. A. ISAKSEN Ivar; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; S. STEVENSON David; AMANN Markus; COFALA JanuszArticles in Journals
2005European Environmental Outlook: Background Document Air Quality 1990-2030EERENS Hans; PETROULA Dora; COFALA Janusz; KALOGNOMOU Liana; LARSSEN Steinar; VAN PUL Addo; GIANNOULI Myrto; MELLIOS Giorgos; JONSON Jan; SWART Rob, et alBooks
2008Future Trends in Air PollutionAMMANN Markus; COFALA Janusz; SCHÖPP Wolfgang; DENTENER FRANCISCUSArticles in books
2006The Global Atmospheric Environment for the Next GenerationDENTENER FRANCISCUS; STEVENSON D.; ELLINGSEN K.; VAN NOIJE T.; SCHULTZ M.G.; AMANN M.; ATHERTON C.; BELL N.; BERGMANN D.; BEY I., et alArticles in Journals
2009The Global Impact of Ozone on Agricultural Crop Yields under Current and Future Air Quality LegislationVAN DINGENEN RITA; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; RAES FRANK; KROL Maarten; EMBERSON Lisa; COFALA JanuszArticles in Journals
2005The Impact of Air Pollutant and Methane Emission Controls on Tropospheric Ozone and Radiative Forcing: CTM Calculations for the Period 1990-2030DENTENER FRANCISCUS; STEVENSON D.s.; AMANN Markus; MECHLER Reinhard; COFALA Janusz; DERWENT Richard; BERGAMASCHI PETER; RAES FRANKArticles 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
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