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A novel approach for the characterisation of transport and optical properties of aerosol particles near sources - Part II: Microphysics-chemistry-transport model development and application
Authors: Valdebenito, A. M.; Pal, S.; Behrendt, A.; Wulfmeyer, V.; Lammel, G.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2011-06
Title of Journal: Atmospheric Environment
Volume: 45
Issue / Number: 17
Start Page: 2981
End Page: 2990
Document Type: Article
ID: 582277.0
A novel approach for the characterisation of transport and optical properties of aerosol particles near sources - Part I: Measurement of particle backscatter coefficient maps with a scanning UV lidar
Authors: Behrendt, A.; Pal, S.; Wulfmeyer, V.; Valdebenito, A. M.; Lammel, G.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2011
Title of Journal: Atmospheric Environment
Sequence Number of Article: Online First
Document Type: Article
ID: 562677.0
A novel approach for the characterization of transport and optical properties of aerosol particles near sources – 1. Measurement of particle backscatter coefficient maps with a scanning UV lidar
Authors: Behrendt, A.; Pal, S.; Wulfmeyer, V.; Valdebenito, A. M.; Lammel, G.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2011
Title of Journal: Atmospheric Environment
Volume: 45
Start Page: 2795
End Page: 2802
Document Type: Article
ID: 588364.0
Development and application of a high-resolving atmosphere-microphysics-chemistry model for prediction of aeroso characteristics in the vicinity of sources
Authors: Valdebenito, A. M.
Name of University: University of Hamburg
Place of University: Hamburg
Date of Approval (YYYY-MM-DD): 2008-10-29
Document Type: PhD-Thesis
ID: 437705.0
 
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