Emerging Asian aerosol patterns

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The climate of South and East Asia is affected by anthropogenic aerosols, but the magnitude of the aerosol imprint is not well known. As regional emissions are rapidly changing, potential related climate risks must be quantified.

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Fig. 1: Aerosol changes in South and East Asia.

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