Articles | Volume 3, issue 2
10 Sep 2010
 | 10 Sep 2010

Description and evaluation of GMXe: a new aerosol submodel for global simulations (v1)

K. J. Pringle, H. Tost, S. Message, B. Steil, D. Giannadaki, A. Nenes, C. Fountoukis, P. Stier, E. Vignati, and J. Lelieveld

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