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@inproceedings{LeBreton2004AtmosphericCA, title={Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics}, author={M Le Breton and A. Bacak and Jennifer B.A. Muller and S J O 'shea and P Xiao and Michael N. R. Ashfold and M C Cooke and R. Batt and Dudley E. Shallcross and David E. Oram and G Forster and J.-B Bauguitte and Paul I. Palmer and Mark Parrington and A. C. Lewis and J D Lee and Carl J. Percival}, year={2004}, url={}}
  • M. Le Breton, A. Bacak, C. Percival
  • Published 2004
  • Environmental Science

Researchers report on the AeroCom Phase II direct aerosol effect (DAE) experiment where 16 detailed global aerosol models have been used to simulate the changes in the aerosol distribution over the industrial era. All 16 models have estimated the radiative forcing of the anthropogenic DAE, and have taken into account anthropogenic sulphate, black carbon and organic aerosols from fossil fuel, biofuel, and biomass burning emissions.

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