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    1. Kellomaki, S; Rouvinen, I; Peltola, H; Strandman, H; Steinbrecher, R
      Impact of global warming on the tree species composition of boreal forestsin Finland and effects on emissions of isoprenoids

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    2. Kellomaki, S; Rouvinen, I; Peltola, H; Strandman, H
      Density of foliage mass and area in the boreal forest cover in Finland, with applications to the estimation of monoterpene and isoprene emissions

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    3. Wiedinmyer, C; Friedfeld, S; Baugh, W; Greenberg, J; Guenther, A; Fraser, M; Allen, D
      Measurement and analysis of atmospheric concentrations of isoprene and itsreaction products in central Texas

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    4. Boissard, C; Cao, XL; Juan, CY; Hewitt, CN; Gallagher, M
      Seasonal variations in VOC emission rates from gorse (Ulex europaeus)

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    5. Janson, R; de Serves, C
      Acetone and monoterpene emissions from the boreal forest in northern Europe

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    6. Harrison, D; Hunter, MC; Lewis, AC; Seakins, PW; Nunes, TV; Pio, CA
      Isoprene and monoterpene emission from the coniferous species Abies Borisii-regis - implications for regional air chemistry in Greece

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    7. Sabillon, D; Cremades, LV
      Diurnal and seasonal variation of monoterpene emission rates for two typical Mediterranean species (Pinus pinea and Quercus ilex) from field measurements-relationship with temperature and PAR

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    8. Kim, JC
      Factors controlling natural VOC emissions in a southeastern US pine forest

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    9. Geron, C; Harley, P; Guenther, A
      Isoprene emission capacity for US tree species

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    10. Holzinger, R; Jordan, A; Hansel, A; Lindinger, W
      Methanol measurements in the lower troposphere near Innsbruck (047 degrees16 ' N; 011 degrees 24 ' E), Austria

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    11. Roelle, PA; Aneja, VP; Gay, B; Geron, C; Pierce, T
      Biogenic nitric oxide emissions from cropland soils

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    12. Simon, V; Luchetta, L; Torres, L
      Estimating the emission of volatile organic compounds (VOC) from the French forest ecosystem

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    13. Karlik, JF; Winer, AM
      Plant species composition, calculated leaf masses and estimated biogenic emissions of urban landscape types from a field survey in Phoenix, Arizona

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    14. Ludwig, J; Meixner, FX; Vogel, B; Forstner, J
      Soil-air exchange of nitric oxide: An overview of processes, dnvironmentalvactors, and modeling studies

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    15. Kesselmeier, J
      Exchange of short-chain oxygenated volatile organic compounds (VOCs) between plants and the atmosphere: A compilation of field and laboratory studies

      JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY
    16. Penuelas, J; Llusia, J
      The complexity of factors driving volatile organic compound emissions by plants

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    17. Vercammen, J; Pham-Tuan, H; Sandra, P
      Automated dynamic sampling system for the on-line monitoring of biogenic emissions from living organisms

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    18. Bates, TS; Quinn, PK; Coffman, DJ; Johnson, JE; Miller, TL; Covert, DS; Wiedensohler, A; Leinert, S; Nowak, A; Neususs, C
      Regional physical and chemical properties of the marine boundary layer aerosol across the Atlantic during Aerosols99: An overview

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    19. Shao, M; Czapiewski, KV; Heiden, AC; Kobel, K; Komenda, M; Koppman, R; Wildt, J
      Volatile organic compound emissions from Scots pine: Mechanisms and description by algorithms

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    20. Thunis, P; Cuvelier, C
      Impact of biogenic emissions on ozone formation in the Mediterranean area - a BEMA modelling study

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    21. Lindfors, V; Laurila, T; Hakola, H; Steinbrecher, R; Rinne, J
      Modeling speciated terpenoid emissions from the European boreal forest

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    22. Reis, S; Simpson, D; Friedrich, R; Jonson, JE; Unger, S; Obermeier, A
      Road traffic emissions - predictions of future contributions to regional ozone levels in Europe

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    23. Wiedinmyer, C; Strange, IW; Estes, M; Yarwood, G; Allen, DT
      Biogenic hydrocarbon emission estimates for North Central Texas

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    24. Diem, JE
      Comparisons of weekday-weekend ozone: importance of biogenic volatile organic compound emissions in the semi-arid southwest USA

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    25. Christensen, CS; Hummelshoj, P; Jensen, NO; Larsen, B; Lohse, C; Pilegaard, K; Skov, H
      Determination of the terpene flux from orange species and Norway spruce byrelaxed eddy accumulation

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    26. Fukui, Y; Doskey, PV
      Identification of nonmethane organic compound emissions from grassland vegetation

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    27. Yassaa, N; Meklati, BY; Cecinato, A
      Evaluation of monoterpenic biogenic volatile organic compounds in ambient air around Eucalyptus globulus, Pinus halepensis and Cedrus atlantica treesgrowing in Algiers city area by chiral and achiral capillary gas chromatography

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    28. Guenther, A; Geron, C; Pierce, T; Lamb, B; Harley, P; Fall, R
      Natural emissions of non-methane volatile organic compounds; carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen from North America

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    29. Geron, C; Rasmussen, R; Arnts, RR; Guenther, A
      A review and synthesis of monoterpene speciation from forests in the United States

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    30. Turco, RP; Yu, FQ; Zhao, JX
      Tropospheric sulfate aerosol formation via ion-ion recombination

      JOURNAL OF THE AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
    31. Longoni, MG; Maffeis, G
      A methodology to estimate NMVOC biogenic emissions: sensitivity analysis and first application in Lombardy

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENT AND POLLUTION
    32. Kim, KH; Lee, G; Kim, YP
      Dimethylsulfide and its oxidation products in coastal atmospheres of ChejuIsland

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    33. Staudt, M; Wolf, A; Kesselmeier, J
      Influence of environmental factors on the emissions of gaseous formic and acetic acids from orange (Citrus sinensis L.) foliage

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    34. Rinne, J; Tuovinen, JP; Laurila, T; Hakola, H; Aurela, M; Hypen, H
      Measurements of hydrocarbon fluxes by a gradient method above a northern boreal forest

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    35. Staudt, M; Bertin, N; Frenzel, B; Seufert, G
      Seasonal variation in amount and composition of monoterpenes emitted by young Pinus pinea trees - Implications for emission modeling

      JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY
    36. Singsaas, EL; Sharkey, TD
      The effects of high temperature on isoprene synthesis in oak leaves

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    37. Llusia, J; Penuelas, J
      Seasonal patterns of terpene content and emission from seven Mediterraneanwoody species in field conditions

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    38. Schaab, G; Steinbrecher, R; Lacaze, B; Lenz, R
      Assessment of long-term vegetation changes on potential isoprenoid emission for a Mediterranean-type ecosystem in France

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    39. Pirjola, L; O'Dowd, CD; Brooks, IM; Kulmala, M
      Can new particle formation occur in the clean marine boundary layer?

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    40. Krischke, U; Staubes, R; Brauers, T; Gautrois, M; Burkert, J; Stobener, D; Jaeschke, W
      Removal of SO2 from the marine boundary layer over the Atlantic Ocean: A case study on the kinetics of the heterogeneous S(IV) oxidation on marine aerosols

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    41. Baboukas, ED; Kanakidou, M; Mihalopoulos, N
      Carboxylic acids in gas and particulate phase above the Atlantic Ocean

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    42. Marufu, L; Dentener, F; Lelieveld, J; Andreae, MO; Helas, G
      Photochemistry of the African troposphere: Influence of biomass-burning emissions

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    43. Khare, P; Kumar, N; Kumari, KM; Srivastava, SS
      Atmospheric formic and acetic acids: An overview

      REVIEWS OF GEOPHYSICS
    44. Hansen, U; Seufert, G
      Terpenoid emission from Citrus sinensis (L.) OSBECK under drought stress

      PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF THE EARTH PART B-HYDROLOGY OCEANS AND ATMOSPHERE
    45. Constable, JVH; Guenther, AB; Schimel, DS; Monson, RK
      Modelling changes in VOC emission in response to climate change in the continental United States

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    46. Greenberg, JP; Guenther, A; Zimmerman, P; Baugh, W; Geron, C; Davis, K; Helmig, D; Klinger, LF
      Tethered balloon measurements of biogenic VOCs in the atmospheric boundarylayer

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    47. Kuhn, U; Ammann, C; Wolf, A; Meixner, FX; Andreae, MO; Kesselmeier, J
      Carbonyl sulfide exchange on an ecosystem scale: soil represents a dominant sink for atmospheric COS

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    48. Cerqueira, MA; Pio, CA
      Production and release of dimethylsulphide from an estuary in Portugal

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    49. Zhu, T; Wang, D; Desjardins, RL; Macpherson, JI
      Aircraft-based volatile organic compounds flux measurements with relaxed eddy accumulation

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    50. Coeur, C; Jacob, V; Foster, P
      Aerosol formation from the gas-phase reaction of hydroxyl radical with thenatural hydrocarbon bornyl acetate

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    51. Csiky, O; Seufert, G
      Terpenoid emissions of Mediterranean oaks and their relation to taxonomy

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    52. Karlik, JF; Winer, AM
      Comparison of calculated and measured leaf masses of urban trees

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    53. Pattey, E; Desjardins, RL; Westberg, H; Lamb, B; Zhu, T
      Measurement of isoprene emissions over a black spruce stand using a tower-based relaxed eddy-accumulation system

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED METEOROLOGY
    54. Inclan, MG; Schween, J; Dlugi, R
      Estimation of volatile organic compound fluxes using the Forest-Land-Atmosphere Model (FLAME)

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED METEOROLOGY
    55. Kettle, AJ; Andreae, MO; Amouroux, D; Andreae, TW; Bates, TS; Berresheim, H; Bingemer, H; Boniforti, R; Curran, MAJ; DiTullio, GR; Helas, G; Jones, GB; Keller, MD; Kiene, RP; Leck, C; Levasseur, M; Malin, G; Maspero, M; Matrai, P; McTaggart, AR; Mihalopoulos, N; Nguyen, BC; Novo, A; Putaud, JP; Rapsomanikis, S; Roberts, G; Schebeske, G; Sharma, S; Simo, R; Staubes, R; Turner, S; Uher, G
      A global database of sea surface dimethylsulfide (DMS) measurements and a procedure to predict sea surface DMS as a function of latitude, longitude, and month

      GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES
    56. Singsaas, EL; Laporte, MM; Shi, JZ; Monson, RK; Bowling, DR; Johnson, K; Lerdau, M; Jasentuliytana, A; Sharkey, TD
      Kinetics of leaf temperature fluctuation affect isoprene emission from redoak (Quercus rubra) leaves

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    57. Penuelas, J; Llusia, J; Gimeno, BS
      Effects of ozone concentrations on biogenic volatile organic compounds emission in the Mediterranean region

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    58. Smart, DR; Stark, JM; Diego, V
      Resource limitations to nitric oxide emissions from a sagebrush-steppe ecosystem

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    59. Sciare, J; Mihalopoulos, N; Nguyen, BC
      Summertime seawater concentrations of dimethylsulfide in the western Indian Ocean: Reconciliation of fluxes and spatial variability with long-term atmospheric observations

      JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY
    60. Pimentel, AS; Arbilla, G
      Kinetic analysis of the gas-phase reactions of methacrolein with the OH radical in the presence of NOx

      JOURNAL OF THE BRAZILIAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    61. Eckardt, FD; Spiro, B
      The origin of sulphur in gypsum and dissolved sulphate in the Central Namib Desert, Namibia

      SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY
    62. Harley, PC; Monson, RK; Lerdau, MT
      Ecological and evolutionary aspects of isoprene emission from plants

      OECOLOGIA
    63. Katoshevski, D; Nenes, A; Seinfeld, JH
      A study of processes that govern the maintenance of aerosols in the marineboundary layer

      JOURNAL OF AEROSOL SCIENCE
    64. Simmons, JS; Klemedtsson, L; Hultberg, H; Hines, ME
      Consumption of atmospheric carbonyl sulfide by coniferous boreal forest soils

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    65. Nagao, I; Matsumoto, K; Tanaka, H
      Characteristics of dimethylsulfide, ozone, aerosols, and cloud condensation nuclei in air masses over the northwestern Pacific Ocean

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    66. Ciccioli, P; Brancaleoni, E; Frattoni, M; Di Palo, V; Valentini, R; Tirone, G; Seufert, G; Bertin, N; Hansen, U; Csiky, O; Lenz, R; Sharma, M
      Emission of reactive terpene compounds from orange orchards and their removal by within-canopy processes

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    67. Simpson, D; Winiwarter, W; Borjesson, G; Cinderby, S; Ferreiro, A; Guenther, A; Hewitt, CN; Janson, R; Khalil, MAK; Owen, S; Pierce, TE; Puxbaum, H; Shearer, M; Skiba, U; Steinbrecher, R; Tarrason, L; Oquist, MG
      Inventorying emissions from nature in Europe

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    68. Dibb, JE; Talbot, RW; Scheuer, EM; Blake, DR; Blake, NJ; Gregory, GL; Sachse, GW; Thornton, DC
      Aerosol chemical composition and distribution during the Pacific Exploratory Mission (PEM) Tropics

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    69. Sharma, S; Barrie, LA; Plummer, D; McConnell, JC; Brickell, PC; Levasseur, M; Gosselin, M; Bates, TS
      Flux estimation of oceanic dimethyl sulfide around North America

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    70. Andreae, MO; Elbert, W; Cai, Y; Andreae, TW; Gras, J
      Non-sea-salt sulfate, methanesulfonate, and nitrate aerosol concentrationsand size distributions at Cape Grim, Tasmania

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    71. HAKOLA H; RINNE J; LAURILA T
      THE HYDROCARBON EMISSION RATES OF TEA-LEAFED WILLOW (SALIX PHYLICIFOLIA), SILVER BIRCH (BETULA-PENDULA) AND EUROPEAN ASPEN (POPULUS-TREMULA)

      Atmospheric environment
    72. BENJAMIN MT; WINER AM
      ESTIMATING THE OZONE-FORMING POTENTIAL OF URBAN TREES AND SHRUBS

      Atmospheric environment
    73. Serca, D; Delmas, R; Le Roux, X; Parsons, DAB; Scholes, MC; Abbadie, L; Lensi, R; Ronce, O; Labroue, L
      Comparison of nitrogen monoxide emissions from several African tropical ecosystems and influence of season and fire

      GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES
    74. COEUR C; JACOB V; FOSTER P; BAUSSAND P
      RATE-CONSTANT FOR THE GAS-PHASE REACTION OF HYDROXYL RADICAL WITH THENATURAL HYDROCARBON BORNYL ACETATE

      International journal of chemical kinetics
    75. FULTON D; GILLESPIE T; FUENTES J; WANG D
      VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUND EMISSIONS FROM YOUNG BLACK SPRUCE TREES

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    76. DEVAI I; DELAUNE RD; HENRY CB; LINDAU CW; ROBERTS PO
      ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ATMOSPHERIC EMISSION RESULTING FROM IN-SITU BURNING OF OILED SALT-MARSH

      Marine environmental research
    77. Pimentel, AS; Arbilla, G
      Kinetic analysis of the gas-phase reactions of methyl vinyl ketone with the OH radical in the presence of NOx

      JOURNAL OF THE BRAZILIAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    78. ANDERSON IC; POTH MA
      CONTROLS ON FLUXES OF TRACE GASES FROM BRAZILIAN CERRADO SOILS

      Journal of environmental quality
    79. CHIN M; ROOD RB; ALLEN DJ; ANDREAE MO; THOMPSON AM; LIN SJ; ATLAS RM; ARDIZZONE JV
      PROCESSES CONTROLLING DIMETHYLSULFIDE OVER THE OCEAN - CASE-STUDIES USING A 3-D MODEL-DRIVEN BY ASSIMILATED METEOROLOGICAL FIELDS

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    80. Goldstein, AH; Goulden, ML; Munger, JW; Wofsy, SC; Geron, CD
      Seasonal course of isoprene emissions from a midlatitude deciduous forest

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    81. Clegg, NA; Toumi, R
      Non-sea-salt-sulphate formation in sea-salt aerosol

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    82. DUNCAN BN; CHAMEIDES WL
      EFFECTS OF URBAN EMISSION CONTROL STRATEGIES ON THE EXPORT OF OZONE AND OZONE PRECURSORS FROM THE URBAN ATMOSPHERE TO THE TROPOSPHERE

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    83. OWEN SM; BOISSARD C; HAGENLOCHER B; HEWITT CN
      FIELD STUDIES OF ISOPRENE EMISSIONS FROM VEGETATION IN THE NORTHWEST MEDITERRANEAN REGION

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    84. HOFFMANN T; BANDUR R; MARGGRAF U; LINSCHEID M
      MOLECULAR COMPOSITION OF ORGANIC AEROSOLS FORMED IN THE ALPHA-PINENE O-3 REACTION - IMPLICATIONS FOR NEW PARTICLE FORMATION PROCESSES/

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    85. PIERCE T; GERON C; BENDER L; DENNIS R; TONNESEN G; GUENTHER A
      INFLUENCE OF INCREASED ISOPRENE EMISSIONS ON REGIONAL OZONE MODELING

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    86. HUEBERT BJ; HOWELL SG; ZHUANG L; HEATH JA; LITCHY MR; WYLIE DJ; KREIDLERMOSS JL; COPPICUS S; PFEIFFER JE
      FILTER AND IMPACTOR MEASUREMENTS OF ANIONS AND CATIONS DURING THE FIRST AEROSOL CHARACTERIZATION EXPERIMENT (ACE-1)

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    87. BERRESHEIM H; HUEY JW; THORN RP; EISELE FL; TANNER DJ; JEFFERSON A
      MEASUREMENTS OF DIMETHYL SULFIDE, DIMETHYL-SULFOXIDE, DIMETHYL SULFONE, AND AEROSOL IONS AT PALMER STATION, ANTARCTICA

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    88. HUTCHINSON GL; VIGIL MF; DORAN JW; KESSAVALOU A
      COARSE-SCALE SOIL-ATMOSPHERE NOX EXCHANGE MODELING - STATUS AND LIMITATIONS

      Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems
    89. DAVIDSON EA; KINGERLEE W
      A GLOBAL INVENTORY OF NITRIC-OXIDE EMISSIONS FROM SOILS

      Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems
    90. SANHUEZA E
      IMPACT OF HUMAN ACTIVITY ON NO SOIL FLUXES

      Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems
    91. SCHOLES MC; MARTIN R; SCHOLES RJ; PARSONS D; WINSTEAD E
      NO AND N2O EMISSIONS FROM SAVANNA SOILS FOLLOWING THE FIRST SIMULATEDRAINS OF THE SEASON

      Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems
    92. MEIXNER FX; FICKINGER T; MARUFU L; SERCA D; NATHAUS FJ; MAKINA E; MUKURUMBIRA L; ANDREAE MO
      PRELIMINARY-RESULTS ON NITRIC-OXIDE EMISSION FROM A SOUTHERN AFRICAN SAVANNA ECOSYSTEM

      Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems
    93. SKIBA U; FOWLER D; SMITH KA
      NITRIC-OXIDE EMISSIONS FROM AGRICULTURAL SOILS IN TEMPERATE AND TROPICAL CLIMATES - SOURCES, CONTROLS AND MITIGATION OPTIONS

      Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems
    94. HANSON PJ; TABBERER TA; LINDBERG SE
      EMISSIONS OF MERCURY-VAPOR FROM TREE BARK

      Atmospheric environment
    95. HELMIG D
      OZONE REMOVAL TECHNIQUES IN THE SAMPLING OF ATMOSPHERIC VOLATILE ORGANIC TRACE GASES

      Atmospheric environment
    96. PUXBAUM H; KONIG G
      OBSERVATION OF DIPROPENYLDISULFIDE AND OTHER ORGANIC SULFUR-COMPOUNDSIN THE ATMOSPHERE OF A BEECH FOREST WITH ALLIUM-URSINUM GROUND COVER

      Atmospheric environment
    97. LEE DS; KOHLER I; GROBLER E; ROHRER F; SAUSEN R; GALLARDOKLENNER L; OLIVIER JGJ; DENTENER FJ; BOUWMAN AF
      ESTIMATIONS OF GLOBAL NOX EMISSIONS AND THEIR UNCERTAINTIES

      Atmospheric environment
    98. SEUFERT G; BARTZIS J; BOMBOI T; CICCIOLI P; CIESLIK S; DLUGI R; FOSTER P; HEWITT CN; KESSELMEIER J; KOTZIAS D; LENZ R; MANES F; PASTOR RP; STEINBRECHER R; TORRES L; VALENTINI R; VERSINO B
      AN OVERVIEW OF THE CASTELPORZIANO EXPERIMENTS

      Atmospheric environment
    99. ENDERS G; KOTZIAS D; SEUFERT G
      GENERAL-METHODS USED DURING THE CASTELPORZIANO CAMPAIGNS

      Atmospheric environment
    100. STREET RA; OWEN S; DUCKHAM SC; BOISSARD C; HEWITT CN
      EFFECT OF HABITAT AND AGE ON VARIATIONS IN VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUND (VOC) EMISSIONS FROM QUERCUS-ILEX AND PINUS-PINEA

      Atmospheric environment


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