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The Australian bushfires of February 2009: MIPAS observations and GEM-AQ model results

Glatthor N, Höpfner M, Semeniuk K, Lupu A, Palmer P, McConnell J, Kaminski J, Von Clarmann T, Stiller G, Funke B, Kellmann S, Linden A, Wiegele A ...see all

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, vol. 13, issue 3 (2013) pp. 1637-1658

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Starting on 7 February 2009, Southeast Australia Was Devastated by Large bushfires, Which Burned An Area of About 3000 kmandlt;supandgt;2andlt;/supandgt; on This Day Alone. This Event Was extraordinary, Because a Large Number of Combustion Products Were Transported into the Uppermost Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere Within a Few Days. various Biomass Burning Products Released by the Fire Were Observed by the michelson Interferometer for ...

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  • N. Glatthor

  • M. Höpfner

  • K. Semeniuk

  • A. Lupu

  • P. I. Palmer

  • J. C. McConnell

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