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Meteorologische Zeitschrift (originally founded in 1866) is the joint periodical of the meteorological societies of Austria, Germany and Switzerland. It accepts high-quality peer-reviewed manuscripts on all aspects of observational, theoretical and computational research out of the entire field of meteorology, including climatology. Meteorologische Zeitschrift represents a natural forum for the meteorological community of Central Europe and worldwide.

Publisher: E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung

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Volume 11, Number 3, 1 May 2002
AEROCHEM II

Editorial

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Aviation emissions: present-day and future
pp. 141-150(10)
Authors: Lee, David S.; Brunner, Brigitte; Döpelheuer, Andreas; Falk, Robert S.; Gardner, Roger M.; Lecht, Manfred; Leech, Martin; Lister, Dave H.; Newton, Peter J.

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Model intercomparison of the transport of aircraft-like emissions from sub- and supersonic aircraft
pp. 151-159(9)
Authors: Rogers, Helen; Teyssedre, Hubert; Pitari, Gianni; Grewe, Volker; van Velthoven, Peter; Sundet, Jostein

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Deep convective transport in a two-dimensional model: Effects on lower stratospheric aerosols and ozone
pp. 187-196(10)
Authors: Pitari, Giovanni; Mancini, Eva; Grewe, Volker

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Impact of aircraft NOx emissions. Part 2: Effects of lowering the flight altitude
pp. 197-205(9)
Authors: Grewe, Volker; Dameris, Martin; Fichter, Christine; Lee, David S.

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Aircraft induced effects on Arctic polar stratospheric cloud formation
pp. 207-214(8)
Authors: Larsen, Niels; Knudsen, Bjørn M.; Gauss, Michael; Pitari, Giovanni

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