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Jérôme Cortinovis (France)

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Publications

Date Publication
28.07.2005 Article: A simple modeling approach to study the regional impact of a Mediterranean forest isoprene emission on anthropogenic plumes
J. Cortinovis, F. Solmon, D. Serça, C. Sarrat, and R. Rosset
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 5, 1915-1929
SRef: 1680-7324/acp/2005-5-1915
25.11.2004 Article: A simple modeling approach to study the regional impact of a Mediterranean forest isoprene emission on anthropogenic plumes
J. Cortinovis, F. Solmon, D. Serça, C. Sarrat, R. Rosset
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 4, 7691-7724
SRef: 1680-7375/acpd/2004-4-7691

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