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2012Application of the CALIOP layer product to evaluate the vertical distribution of aerosols estimated by global models: AeroCom phase I resultsKOFFI Brigitte; SCHULZ Michael; BREON Francois-Marie; GRIESFELLER Jan; BALKANSKI Yves; BAUER S.; BERNTSEN T.; CHIN M.; COLLINS W.; COLLINS William D., et alArticles in Journals
2009Evaluation of Black Carbon Estimations in Global Aerosol ModelsKOCH D. M.; SCHULZ M.; KINNE S.; MCNAUGHTON C.; SPACKMAN J.r.; DENTENER Franciscus; VAN AARDENNE John; KROL M.; BALKANSKI Y.; BAUER S., et alArticles in Journals
2011Global dust model intercomparison in AeroCom phase IHUNEEUS N; SCHULZ Michael; BALKANSKI Yves; GRIESFELLER J.; PROSPERO J.; KINNE S.; BAUER S.; BOUCHER Olivier; CHIN M.; DENTENER Franciscus; DIEHL T. L.; EASTER R.; FILLMORE D.; GHAN S.; GINOUX P.; GRINI Alessandro; HOROWITZ L. W.; KOCH D. M.; KROL Maarten; LANDING W; LIU X; MAHOWALD Natalie M.; MILLER R.; MOCRETTE J.j; MYHRE G.; PENNER J. E.; PERLWITZ J.; STIER Phillip; TAKEMURA T.; ZENDER CArticles in Journals
2008A Multi-Model Assessment of Pollution Transport to the ArcticSHINDELL D. T.; MIAN Chin; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; DOHERTY R. M.; FALUVEGI G.; FIORE A. M.; HESS P.; KOCH D. M.; MACKENZIE I. A.; SANDERSON M. G.; SCHULTZ M.; SCHULZ M.; STEVENSON D. S.; TEICH H.; TEXTOR C.; WILD O.; BERGMANN D. J.; BEY I.; BIAN H.; CUVELIER Cornelis; DUNCAN B. N.; FOLBERTH G.; HOROWITZ L. W.; JONSON J.; KAMINSKI J. W.; MARMER Elina; PARK R.; PRINGLE K. J.; SCHROEDER S.; SZOPA S., et alArticles in Journals
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