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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Aerosol-Ozone Correlations during Dust Transport Episodes.BONASONI Paolo; CRISTOFANELLI P.; STOHL Andreas; CALZOLARI F.; EVANGELISTI F.; VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; COLOMBO T.; BALKANSKI YvesArticles in Journals
2013Fire in the air biomass burning impacts in a changing climateKEYWOOD Melita; KANAKIDOU M.; STOHL Andreas; DENTENER Franciscus; GRASSI Giacomo; MEYER C.p.; TORSETH K.; EDWARDS David; THOMPSON Anne M.; LOHMANN Ulrike, et alArticles in Journals
2011Fund experiments on atmospheric hazardsGALMARINI Stefano; STOHL Andreas; WOTTAWA GerhardArticles in Journals
2011General overview: European Integrated project on Aerosol Cloud Climate and Air Quality interactions (EUCAARI) - integrating aerosol research from nano to global scalesKULMALA M; ASMI Ari; LAPPALANIEN Hk; BALTENSPERGER U.; BRENGUIER Jl; FACCHINI M. C.; HANSSON H. C.; HOV O; O DOWD Cd; Poschl U., et alArticles in Journals
2003The Mt Cimone, Italy, Free Tropospheric Campaign: Principal Characteristics of the Gaseous and Aerosol Composition from European Pollution, Mediterranean Influences and during African Dust Events.BALKANSKI Yves; BAUER S.e.; VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; BONASONI Paolo; SCHULZ Michael; FISCHER Horst; GOBBI G.p.; HANKE Markus; HAUGLUSTAINE D.; PUTAUD Jean phili ppe jacques bernard, et alArticles in Journals
2010A Multi-Model Analysis of Vertical Ozone ProfilesJONSON J.e.; STOHL Andreas; FIORE A. M.; HESS Peter; SZOPA S.; WILD Oliver; ZENG G.; DENTENER Franciscus; LUPU Alexandru; SCHULTZ Martin, et alArticles in Journals
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