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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Anthropogenic Black Carbon and Fine Aerosol Distribution over Europe.SCHAAP M.; DENIER VAN DER GON H.a.c.; DENTENER Frank; VISSCHEDIJK A.j.h.; VAN LOON M.; TEN BRINK H. m.; PUTAUD Jean phili ppe jacques bernard; GUILLAUME B.; LIOUSSE C.; BUILTJES P.Articles in Journals
2008Combustion Particulate Emissions in Africa: Regional Climate Modeling and ValidationKONARE A.; LIOUSSE C.; GUILLAUME B.; SOLMON F.; ASSAMOI P.; ROSSET R.; GREGOIRE Jean-Marie; GIORGI F.Articles in Journals
2009Intercomparison of Global Estimates of CO Emission Derived from Satellite-Based Burnt Biomass ProductsBRIVIO P.a.; ZAMBRANO C.; GREGOIRE Jean-Marie; LIOUSSE C.; STROPPIANA Daniela; GUILLAUME B.; GRANIER C.; MIEVILLE Aude; CHIN MianContributions to Conferences
2009Long Term Precipitation Chemistry and Wet Deposition in a Remote Dry Savanna Site in Africa (Niger)GALY-LACAUX1 C.; LAOUALI D.; DESCROIX L.; GOBRON Nadine; LIOUSSE C.Articles in Journals
2010Updated African Biomass Burning Emission Inventories in the Framework of the AMMA-IDAF Program, with an Evaluation of Combustion AerosolsLIOUSSE C.; GUILLAUME B.; GREGOIRE Jean-Marie; MALLET M.; GALY-LACAUX1 C.; PONT V.; AKPO A.; BEDOU M.; CASTERA P.; DUNGALL L., et alArticles in Journals
2010Western African Aerosols Modelling with Updated Biomass Burning Emission Inventories in the Frame of the AMMA-IDAF ProgramLIOUSSE C.; GUILLAUME B.; GREGOIRE Jean-Marie; MALLET M.; GALY-LACAUX1 C.; PONT V.; AKPO A.; BEDOU M.; CASTERA P.; DUNGALL L., et alArticles in Journals
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