The Impact of Short-Lived Pollutants on Arctic Climate. AMAP Technical Report No. 1 (2008).
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Arctic Council working group AMAPs 1st technical report (2008) on the Impact of Short-Lived Pollutants on Arctic Climate. Presented to SAOs at the Arctic Council's Senior Arctic Officials meeting in Kautokeino, Norway, November 19-20 2008.
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