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2004A European Aerosol Phenomenology. Part 1: Physical Characteristics of Particulate Matter at Kerbside, Urban, Rural and Background Sites in Europe.VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; RAES Frank paul elisabeth; PUTAUD J.p.; BALTENSPERGER Urs; CHARRON Aurelie; FACCHINI M.-chr.; DECESARI Stefano; FUZZI Sandro; GEHRIG Robert; HANSSON Hans-c., et alArticles in Journals
2004A European Aerosol Phenomenology. Part 2: Chemical Characteristics of Particulate Matter at Kerbside, Urban, Rural and Background Sites in Europe.PUTAUD J.p.; RAES Frank paul elisabeth; VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; BRUEGGEMANN Erika; FACCHINI M.-chr.; DECESARI Stefano; FUZZI Sandro; GEHRIG Robert; HUEGLIN Cristophe; LAJ Paolo, et alArticles in Journals
2003Mass Balance of Free Tropospheric Aerosol at the Puy de Dome (France) in Winter.SELLEGRI K.; LAJ Paolo; DUPUY R.; PERON F.; LEGRAND M.; PREUNKERT S.; PUTAUD Jean phili ppe jacques bernard; CACHIER Helene; GHERMANDI G.Articles in Journals
2009Measuring Atmospheric Composition ChangeLAJ Paolo; KLAUSEN J.; BILDE M; PLASS-DUELMER C.; PAPPALARDO G.; CLERBAUX Cathy; BALTENSPERGER U.; HJORTH Jens; SIMPSON D.; Reimann S., et alArticles in Journals
2011Number size distributions and seasonality of submicron particles in Europe 2008–2009ASMI Ari; WIEDENSOHLER Alfred; LAJ Paolo; FJAERAA Ann Mari; SELLEGRI K; BIRMILI W; WEINGARTNER E; BALTENSPERGER U.; ZDIMAL V.; ZIKOVA N., et alArticles in Journals
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