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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Aerosol Regional Background in Developing CountriesVIGNATI Elisabetta; GILARDONI Stefania; MARMER ElinaContributions to Conferences
2011Better constraints on sources of carbonaceous aerosols using a combined 14C – macro tracer analysis in a European rural background siteGILARDONI Stefania; VIGNATI Elisabetta; CAVALLI Fabrizia; PUTAUD Jean-Philippe; LARSEN Bo; KARL Matthias; STENSTROM K; GENBERG J; HENNE S; DENTENER FranciscusArticles in Journals
2011General overview: European Integrated project on Aerosol Cloud Climate and Air Quality interactions (EUCAARI) - integrating aerosol research from nano to global scalesKULMALA M; ASMI Ari; LAPPALANIEN Hk; BALTENSPERGER U.; BRENGUIER Jl; FACCHINI M. C.; HANSSON H. C.; HOV O; O DOWD Cd; Poschl U., et alArticles in Journals
2012Sources for PM air pollution in the Po Plain, Italy: II. Probabilistic uncertainty characterization and sensitivity analysis of secondary and primary sourcesLARSEN Bo; GILARDONI Stefania; STENSTRÖM Kristina; NIEDZIALEK Joanna; JIMENEZ Jose; BELIS CLAUDIOArticles in Journals
2011Sources of Carbonaceous Aerosol in the Amazon BasinGILARDONI Stefania; VIGNATI Elisabetta; MARMER Elina; CAVALLI Fabrizia; BELIS CLAUDIO; GIANELLE Vorne; LOUREIRO A; ARTAXO PauloArticles in Journals
2012South African EUCAARI measurements: seasonal variation of trace gases and aerosol optical propertiesLAAKSO L; VAKKARI V; VIRKKULA A; KULMALA M; BEUKES J.p.; VAN ZYL P.g.; PIENAAR J.j.; CHILOANE K; GILARDONI Stefania; VIGNATI Elisabetta; WIEDENSOHLER A; TUCH T; BIRMILI W; PIKETH S; COLLETT K; FOURIE G.d.; KOMPPULA M; LIHAVAINEN H; DE LEEUW G; KERMINEN V-M; LAAKSO H; BACKMAN J.; TIITTA P.; JOSIPOVIC M.Articles in Journals
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