AMAP Assessment 2015: Black carbon and ozone as Arctic climate forcers
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A fully referenced, comprehensive scientific and technical report presenting the 2015 AMAP assessment of black carbon and ozone as Arctic climate forcers; prepared by the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)'s Black carbon and Ozone Expert Group. Copyright: AMAP, 2015, free for educational use.
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