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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Analysis of Model Responses to Emission-reduction Scenarios within the CityDelta ProjectTHUNIS PHILIPPE; ROUIL L.; CUVELIER CORNELIS; STERN R.; KERSCHBAUMER A.; BESSAGNET B.; SCHAAP M.; BUILTJES P.; TARRASON Leonor; DOUROS J., et alArticles in Journals
2007CityDelta: A Model Intercomparison Study to Explore the Impact of Emission Reductions in European Cities in 2010CUVELIER CORNELIS; THUNIS PHILIPPE; VAUTARD R.; AMANN M.; BESSAGNET B.; BEDOGNI M.; BERKOWICZ R.; BRANDT J.; BROCHETON F.; BUILTJES P., et alArticles in Journals
2005European Environmental Outlook: Background Document Air Quality 1990-2030EERENS Hans; PETROULA Dora; COFALA Janusz; KALOGNOMOU Liana; LARSSEN Steinar; VAN PUL Addo; GIANNOULI Myrto; MELLIOS Giorgos; JONSON Jan; SWART Rob, et alBooks
2007Evaluation and Intercomparison of Ozone and PM10 Simulations by Several Chemistry Transport Models over 4 European Cities within the CityDelta ProjectVAUTARD R.; BUILTJES P.; THUNIS PHILIPPE; CUVELIER CORNELIS; BEDOGNI M.; BESSAGNET B.; HONORÉ C.; MOUSSIOPOULOS NICOLAS; PIROVANO G.; SCHAAP M., et alArticles in Journals
2007Evaluation of Long-Term Ozone Simulations from Seven Regional Air Quality Models and Their EnsembleVAN LOON M.; VAUTARD R.; SCHAAP M.; BERGSTRÖM R.; BESSAGNET B.; BRANDT J.; BUILTJES P.; CHRISTENSEN Jesper; CUVELIER CORNELIS; GRAFF A., et alArticles in Journals
2006Is Regional Air Quality Model Diversity Representative of Uncertainty for Ozone Simulation?VAUTARD R.; VAN LOON M.; SCHAAP M.; BERGSTRØM R.; BESSAGNET B.; BRANDT J.; BUILTJES P.; KRISTENSEN J.; CUVELIER CORNELIS; GRAFF A., et alArticles in Journals
2009Skill and Uncertainty of a Regional Air Quality Model EnsembleVAUTARD Robert; SCHAAP M.; BERGSTRÖM Robert; BESSAGNET B.; BRANDT J.; BUILTJES P.; CHRISTENSEN Jesper; CUVELIER Cornelis; FOLTESCU Valentin; GRAFF A., et alArticles in Journals
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