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Tropospheric ozone changes, radiative forcing and attribution to emissions in the Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Model Inter-comparison Project (ACCMIP)

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  • D. S. Stevenson
  • Vaishali Naik
  • Jean-Francois Lamarque
  • Drew T. Shindell
  • A. Voulgarakis
  • R Skeie
  • Stig B Dalsoren
  • G Myhre
  • T K Berntsen
  • G. Folberth
  • S Rumbold
  • William J. Collins
  • Ian A. MacKenzie
  • R. M. Doherty
  • Guang Zeng
  • T. P. C. van Noije
  • A Strunk
  • D. Bergmann
  • Philip Cameron-Smith
  • David A Plummer
  • Sarah Strode
  • L. W. Horowitz
  • Yunha H Lee
  • Sophie Szopa
  • K. Sudo
  • T Nagashima
  • B Josse
  • I Cionni
  • M Righi
  • V. Eyring
  • Andrew J Conley
  • Kevin Bowman
  • A. T. Archibald
Journal publication date15/03/2013
JournalAtmospheric Chemistry and Physics
Volume13
Number of pages23
Pages3063-3085
Original languageEnglish

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