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Perspectives and integration in SOLAS science. / Garçon, Véroniquec C.; Bell, Thomas G.; Wallace, Douglas; Arnold, Steve R.; Baker, Alex; Bakker, Dorothee C.E.; Bange, Hermann W.; Bates, Nicholas R.; Bopp, Laurent; Boutin, Jacqueline; Boyd, Philip W.; Bracher, Astrid; Burrows, John P.; Carpenter, Lucy J.; de Leeuw, Gerrit; Fennel, Katja; Font, Jordi; Friedrich, Tobias; Garbe, Christoph S.; Gruber, Nicolas; Jaeglé, Lyatt; Lana, Arancha; Lee, James D.; Liss, Peter S.; Miller, Lisa A.; Olgun, Nazli; Olsen, Are; Pfeil, Benjamin; Quack, Birgit; Read, Katie A.; Reul, Nicolas; Rödenbeck, Christian; Rohekar, Shital S.; Saiz-Lopez, Alfonso; Saltzman, Eric S.; Schneising, Oliver; Schuster, Ute; Seferian, Roland; Steinhoff, Tobias; Le Traon, Pierre Yves; Ziska, Franziska.

Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions of Gases and Particles. Springer Berlin/Heidelberg, 2014. p. 247-306.

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Garçon, VC, Bell, TG, Wallace, D, Arnold, SR, Baker, A, Bakker, DCE, Bange, HW, Bates, NR, Bopp, L, Boutin, J, Boyd, PW, Bracher, A, Burrows, JP, Carpenter, LJ, de Leeuw, G, Fennel, K, Font, J, Friedrich, T, Garbe, CS, Gruber, N, Jaeglé, L, Lana, A, Lee, JD, Liss, PS, Miller, LA, Olgun, N, Olsen, A, Pfeil, B, Quack, B, Read, KA, Reul, N, Rödenbeck, C, Rohekar, SS, Saiz-Lopez, A, Saltzman, ES, Schneising, O, Schuster, U, Seferian, R, Steinhoff, T, Le Traon, PY & Ziska, F 2014, Perspectives and integration in SOLAS science. in Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions of Gases and Particles. Springer Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. 247-306. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-25643-1_5

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Garçon, V. C., Bell, T. G., Wallace, D., Arnold, S. R., Baker, A., Bakker, D. C. E., ... Ziska, F. (2014). Perspectives and integration in SOLAS science. In Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions of Gases and Particles (pp. 247-306). Springer Berlin/Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-25643-1_5

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Garçon VC, Bell TG, Wallace D, Arnold SR, Baker A, Bakker DCE et al. Perspectives and integration in SOLAS science. In Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions of Gases and Particles. Springer Berlin/Heidelberg. 2014. p. 247-306 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-25643-1_5

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Garçon, Véroniquec C. ; Bell, Thomas G. ; Wallace, Douglas ; Arnold, Steve R. ; Baker, Alex ; Bakker, Dorothee C.E. ; Bange, Hermann W. ; Bates, Nicholas R. ; Bopp, Laurent ; Boutin, Jacqueline ; Boyd, Philip W. ; Bracher, Astrid ; Burrows, John P. ; Carpenter, Lucy J. ; de Leeuw, Gerrit ; Fennel, Katja ; Font, Jordi ; Friedrich, Tobias ; Garbe, Christoph S. ; Gruber, Nicolas ; Jaeglé, Lyatt ; Lana, Arancha ; Lee, James D. ; Liss, Peter S. ; Miller, Lisa A. ; Olgun, Nazli ; Olsen, Are ; Pfeil, Benjamin ; Quack, Birgit ; Read, Katie A. ; Reul, Nicolas ; Rödenbeck, Christian ; Rohekar, Shital S. ; Saiz-Lopez, Alfonso ; Saltzman, Eric S. ; Schneising, Oliver ; Schuster, Ute ; Seferian, Roland ; Steinhoff, Tobias ; Le Traon, Pierre Yves ; Ziska, Franziska. / Perspectives and integration in SOLAS science. Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions of Gases and Particles. Springer Berlin/Heidelberg, 2014. pp. 247-306

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