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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
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
2006Multi-model Ensemble Simulations of Tropospheric NO2 Compared with GOME Retrievals for the Year 2000DENTENER FRANCISCUS; VAN NOIJE T. P. C.; ESKES H. J.; STEVENSON D. S.; ELLINGSEN K.; SCHULTZ M.g.; WILD O.; AMANN M.; ATHERTON C. S.; BERGMANN D. J., et alArticles in Journals
2008A Multi-Model Study of the Hemispheric Transport and Deposition of Oxidised NitrogenSANDERSON M.g.; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; FIORE A. M.; CUVELIER Cornelis; KEATING T. J.; ZUBER A.; ATHERTON C. S.; BERGMANN D. J.; DIEHL T.; DOHERTY R. M., et alArticles in Journals
2006Multimodel Simulations of Carbon Monoxide: Comparison with Observations and Projected Near-Future ChangesDENTENER FRANCISCUS; SHINDELL D. T.; FALUVEGI G.; STEVENSON D. S.; KROL M.; EMMONS L. K.; LAMARQUE J. F.; PETRON G.; ELLINGSEN K.; SCHULTZ M.g.; WILD O.; AMANN M.; ATHERTON C. S.; BERGMANN D. J.; BEY I.; BUTLER Timothy; COFALA J.; COLLINS W. J.; DERWENT R. G.; DOHERTY R. M.; DREVET J.; ESKES H. J.; FIORE A. M.; GAUSS M.; HAUGLUSTAINE D. A.; HOROWITZ L. W.; ISAKSEN I. S. A.; LAWRENCE M. G.; MONTANARO V.; MULLER J. F.; PITARI G.; PRATHER M. J.; PYLE J. A.; RAST S.; RODRIGUEZ J. M.; SANDERSON M. G.; SAVAGE N. H.; STRAHAN S. E.; SUDO K.; SZOPA S., et alArticles in Journals
2009Tracking Uncertainties in the Causal Chain from Human Activities to ClimatePRATHER M. J.; PENNER J. E.; FUGLESTVEDT J.f.; KUROSAWA A.; LOWE J.a.; HÖHNE N.; JAIN A.k.; ANDRONOVA N.; PINGUELLI L.; PIRES DE CAMPOS C.; RAPER S.c.b.; SKEIE R.b.; STOTT P.a.; VAN AARDENNE John; WAGNER FabianArticles in Journals
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