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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2000Chemical Mass Closure and Assessment of the Origin of the Submicron Aerosol in the Marine Boundary Layer and the Free Troposphere at Tenerife during ACE-2.PUTAUD Jean phili ppe jacques bernard; VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; MANGONI Monica; VIRKKULA Aki olavi; RAES Frank paul elisabeth; MARING Hal; PROSPERO Joe; SWIETLICKI Erik; BERG Olle m.; HILLAMO Risto, et alArticles in Journals
1998cis-Pinic Acid, a Possible Precursor for Organic Aerosol Formation from the Ozonolysis of Alpha-Pinene.CHRISTOFFERSEN T.s.; HJORTH Jens liengaard; HORIE O.; JENSEN Niels roland; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; MOLANDER L.; RUPPERT L.; VIRKKULA Aki olavi; WIRTZ K.Articles in Journals
1999Hygroscopic Properties of Aerosol Formed by Oxidation of Limonene, a-Pinene and b-Pinene.VIRKKULA Aki olavi; VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; RAES Frank paul elisabeth; HJORTH Jens liengaardArticles in Journals
1999Processes Determining the Relationship between Aerosol Number and Non-Sea-Salt Sulfate Mass Concentrations in the Clean and Perturbed Marine Boundary Layer.VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; RAES Frank paul elisabeth; PUTAUD Jean phili ppe jacques bernard; VIRKKULA Aki olavi; MANGONI MonicaArticles in Journals
2000A Simple Non-Linear Analytical Relationship between Aerosol Accumulation Number and Sub-Micron Aerosol Volume, Explaining their Observed Ratio in the Clean and Polluted Marine Boundary Layer.VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; VIRKKULA Aki olavi; RAES Frank paul elisabeth; BATES T.s.; WIEDENSOHLER AlfredArticles in Journals
2000Validation of Very High Cloud Droplet Number Concentrations in Air Masses Transported Thousands of Kilometers over the Ocean.MARTINSSON B.g.; FRANK G.; CEDERFELT S.i.; BERG O.h.; MENTES B.; PAPASPIROPOULOS G.; SWIETLICKI Erik; ZHOU J.; FLYNN M.; BOWER K.n., et alArticles in Journals
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