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Clean air policy and Arctic warming

Nature Geoscience volume 2, pages 243244 (2009) | Download Citation

The enhanced Arctic warming over the past three decades is attracting much attention. Combining forward and inverse models with observations suggests that regional changes in aerosol concentrations have contributed significantly.

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  1. Noel Keenlyside is at the Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences (IFM-GEOMAR), DÜsternbrooker Weg 20, 24105 Kiel, Germany.  nkeenlyside@ifm-geomar.de

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