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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Aerosol Distribution over Europe: a Model Evaluation Study with Detailed Aerosol MicrophysicsLANGMANN Baerbel; VARGHESE Saji; MARMER ELINA; VIGNATI ELISABETTA; WILSON JULIAN; STIER Phillip; O'DOWD ColinArticles in Journals
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
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
2010Description and Evaluation of GMXe: A New Aerosol Submodel for Global Simulations (v1)PRINGLE K.j.; TOST H.; METZGER S.; STEIL B.; GIANNADAKI D.; NENES A.; FOUNTOUKIS C.; STIER Phillip; VIGNATI Elisabetta; LELIEVELD JosArticles 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, et alArticles in Journals
2010Sources of Uncertainties in Modelling Black Carbon at the Global ScaleVIGNATI Elisabetta; KARL Matthias; KROL Maarten; WILSON Julian; STIER Phillip; CAVALLI FabriziaArticles in Journals
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