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Xausa, F. (author), Paasonen, P. (author), Makkonen, R. (author), Arshinov, M. (author), Ding, A. (author), Denier van der Gon, H. (author), Kerminen, V.M. (author), Kulmala, M. (author)
Climate models are important tools that are used for generating climate change projections, in which aerosol-climate interactions are one of the main sources of uncertainties. In order to quantify aerosol-radiation and aerosol-cloud interactions, detailed input of anthropogenic aerosol number emissions is necessary. However, the anthropogenic...
article 2018
Paasonen, P. (author), Asmi, A. (author), Petäjä, T. (author), Kajos, M.K. (author), Äijälä, M. (author), Junninen, H. (author), Holst, T. (author), Abbatt, J.P.D. (author), Arneth, A. (author), Birmili, W. (author), Denier van der Gon, H.A.C. (author), Hamed, A. (author), Hoffer, A. (author), Laakso, L. (author), Laaksonen, A. (author), Richard Leaitch, W. (author), Plass-Dülmer, C. (author), Pryor, S.C. (author), Räisänen, P. (author), Swietlicki, E. (author), Wiedensohler, A. (author), Worsnop, D.R. (author), Kerminen, V.-M. (author), Kulmala, M. (author)
Atmospheric aerosol particles influence the climate system directly by scattering and absorbing solar radiation, and indirectly by acting as cloud condensation nuclei. Apart from black carbon aerosol, aerosols cause a negative radiative forcing at the top of the atmosphere and substantially mitigate the warming caused by greenhouse gases. In the...
article 2013