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A global inventory of stratospheric NO from ACE-FTS

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A global inventory of stratospheric NO from ACE-FTS. / Jones, A.; Qin, G.; Strong, K.; Walker, K.A.; Bernath, P.F.; Boone, C.D.; McLinden, C.A.; Toohey, M.; Kerzenmacher, T.

In: Journal of geophysical research-Atmospheres, Vol. 116, No. 17, 01.01.2011.

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Jones, A, Qin, G, Strong, K, Walker, KA, Bernath, PF, Boone, CD, McLinden, CA, Toohey, M & Kerzenmacher, T 2011, 'A global inventory of stratospheric NO from ACE-FTS', Journal of geophysical research-Atmospheres, vol. 116, no. 17. https://doi.org/10.1029/2010JD015465

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Jones, A., Qin, G., Strong, K., Walker, K. A., Bernath, P. F., Boone, C. D., McLinden, C. A., Toohey, M., & Kerzenmacher, T. (2011). A global inventory of stratospheric NO from ACE-FTS. Journal of geophysical research-Atmospheres, 116(17). https://doi.org/10.1029/2010JD015465

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Jones A, Qin G, Strong K, Walker KA, Bernath PF, Boone CD et al. A global inventory of stratospheric NO from ACE-FTS. Journal of geophysical research-Atmospheres. 2011 Jan 1;116(17). https://doi.org/10.1029/2010JD015465

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Jones, A. ; Qin, G. ; Strong, K. ; Walker, K.A. ; Bernath, P.F. ; Boone, C.D. ; McLinden, C.A. ; Toohey, M. ; Kerzenmacher, T. / A global inventory of stratospheric NO from ACE-FTS. In: Journal of geophysical research-Atmospheres. 2011 ; Vol. 116, No. 17.

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