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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2001A 1x1 Degree Resolution Data of Historical Anthropogenic Emissions for the Period 1890-1990.VAN AARDENNE John; DENTENER F.; OLIVIER J. g. j.; KLEIN GOLDEWIJK C. g. m.; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2002Atmosphere-Biosphere Trace Gas Exchanges Simulated with a Single Column Model.GANZEVELD Laurens; LELIEVELD J.; DENTENER F.; KROL M.; ROELOFS G.j.Articles in Journals
2002Chemistry Transport Modelling of the Satellite Observed Distribution of Tropospheric Ozone.PETERS W.; KROL M.; DENTENER F.; THOMPSON A.; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2002Chemistry Transport Modelling of the Satellite Observed Distribution of Tropospheric Ozone.PETERS W.; KROL M.; DENTENER F.; THOMPSON A.; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2008Consistent Simulation of Bromine Chemistry from the Marine Boundary Layer to the Stratosphere - Part I: Model Description, Sea Salt Aerosols and PHKERKWEG A.; JÖCKEL P; POZZER A; TOST H; SANDER R.; SCHULZ M.; STIER Phillip; VIGNATI Elisabetta; WILSON Julian; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2010The European Carbon Balance. Part 4: Integration of Carbon and Other Trace-Gas FluxesSCHULZE E.d.; CIAIS P.; LUYSSAERT S.; SCHRUMPF M.; JANSSENS I. A.; THIRUCHITTAMPALAM B.; THELOKE Jochen; SAURAT M.; BRINGEZU S.; LELIEVELD J., et alArticles in Journals
2002Gas/Aerosol Paritioning. II. Global Modelling Results.METZGER Swen; DENTENER F.; KROL M.; JEUKEN Ad; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2002Gas/Aerosol Partitioning. I. A Computationally Efficient Model.METZGER Swen; DENTENER F.; PANDIS Spyros; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2002Global Air Pollution Cross Roads over the Mediterranean.LELIEVELD J.; BERRESHELM H.; BORRMANN S.; CRUTZEN Paul j.; DENTENER F.; FISCHER H.; FEICHTER J.; FLATAU P.j.; HELAND J.; HOLZINGER R., et alArticles in Journals
2002Global Soil Biogenic NOx Emissions and the Role of Canopy Processes.GANZEVELD Laurens; LELIEVELD J.; DENTENER F.; KROL M.c.; BOUWMAN A.j.; ROELOFS G.-j.Articles in Journals
2004Hydroxyl Radicals Maintain the Self-Cleansing Capacity of the Troposphere.LELIEVELD J.; DENTENER Frank; PETERS W.; KROL M.Articles in Journals
2002Identification of an ENSO Signal in a Multilayer Global Simulation of Tropospheric Ozone.PETERS W.; KROL M.; DENTENER F.; LELIEVELD J.Articles in Journals
2008The Impact of Traffic Emissions on Atmospheric Ozone and OH: Results from QUANTIFYHOOR P.; BORKEN-KLEEFELD J.; CARO D.; ENDRESEN O.; GAUSS M.; GREWE F.; HAUGLUSTAINE D.; ISAKSEN I. S. A.; JÖCKEL P; LELIEVELD J., et alArticles 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
2004On the Role of Hydroxyl Radicals in the Self-Cleansing Capacity of the TroposphereLELIEVELD J.; DENTENER Frank; PETERS W.; KROL M.Articles in Journals
2002Stability of Tropospheric Hydroxyl Chemistry.LELIEVELD J.; PETERS W.; DENTENER F.; KROL M.Articles in Journals
2008Surface and Boundary Layer Exchanges of Volatile Organic Compounds, Nitrogen Oxides and Ozone During the GABRIEL CampaignGANZEVELD Laurens; SCHEEREN Hubertus; EERDEKENS G.; FEIG G.; FISCHER H.; HARDER H.; KONIGSTEDT R.; KUBISTIN D.; MARTINEZ M.; MEIXNER X., et alArticles in Journals
2001Transport of Biomass Burning Smoke to the Upper Troposphere by Deep Convection in the Equatorial Region.ANDREAE M.o.; ARTAXO P.; FISCHER H.; FREITAS S.r.; GREGOIRE Jean-marie; HANSEL A.; HOOR P.; KORMANN R.; KREJCI R.; LANGE L., et alArticles in Journals
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