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2012Evaluation of the meteorological forcing used for the Air Quality Model Evaluation International Initiative (AQMEII) air quality simulationsVAUTARD Robert; SOLAZZO EFISIO; MORAN M.d.; GILLIAM R.c.; MATTHIAS V.; BIANCONI Roberto; Chemel Charles; FERREIRA J.; GEYER B.; HANSEN A.b., et alArticles in Journals
2009Intra- and Inter-Annual Variability of VOC Emissions From Natural and Semi-natural Vegetation in Europe and Neighbouring CountriesSTEINBRECHER Rainer; SMIATEK Gerhard; SEUFERT GUENTHER; THELOKE Jochen; HAUFF Karin; CICCIOLI Paolo; VAUTARD Robert; CURCI Gabriele; KOEBLE R.Articles in Journals
2012Model evaluation and ensemble modelling of surface-level ozone in Europe and North America in the context of AQMEIISOLAZZO EFISIO; GALMARINI Stefano; BIANCONI Roberto; PIROVANO G.; VAUTARD Robert; APPEL W.; BESSAGNET B.; BRANDT J.; Christensen J.H.; Chemel Charles, et alArticles in Journals
2012New Directions: Understanding interactions of air quality and climate change at regional scalesGALMARINI Stefano; ALAPATY Kiran; MATHUR Rohit; PLEIM Jonathan; S. TRIVIKRAMA Rao; RAMASWAMY Venkatachalam; SCHAPP Martijn; VAUTARD Robert; MAKAR Paul; BAKLANOV 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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