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  • D. Gu, A. B. Guenther, J. Shilling, S. Kim, R. Seco, M. Huang, C. Zhao, S. Martin, P. Artaxo, J. Tota, E. Alves, Y. Liu, and Z. Hu. Effectivity of atmospheric oxidation capacity by hydroxyl radical in tropical forest. In preparation.
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  • B. Gray, Y. Wang, D. Gu, A. Bandy, L. Mauldin, A. Clarke, B. Alexander and D. D. Davis. Sources, transport, and sinks of SO2 over the equatorial Pacific during the Pacific Atmospheric Sulfur Experiment. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry, 68, 27-53, 2011.
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