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Measurements of the extinction spectrum from the midinfrared (25 /mum) to the near-ultraviolet (250 nm) of black car-bon aerosols are made. ... 6. Show how mie derived refractive index varies with morphologies. 4 Global sources of black car-.

eodg.atm.ox.ac.uk/eodg/posters/2011/2011dp1.pdf- 271k - 9 Mar 2012 - Cached

2. Social and environmental injustice in rural China – OxPol

And there are scenes of my own. Being followed by a black car (clearly sent by the police) to ensure that my colleagues and I would leave a particularly sensitive site

blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/small-details-make-for-big-injustices-re-education-through-labour-and-administrative-litigation/- 144k - 16 Jan 2020 - Cached

3. The Griffith Institute - Minnie C. Burton's diary in the Griffith Institute

to Luxor in morning in black car. H. & I lunched with M. ... in black car. Mah-Jongg after dinner. M. r. Carter to dinner.

www.griffith.ox.ac.uk/minnieburton-project/1924.html- 309k - 10 Nov 2017 - Cached

4. eodg.atm.ox.ac.uk/eodg/papers/2014Smith2.pdf

K., Song, C., Subramanian, R.,Williams, E. J., and Zaveri, R. A.: Radiative Absorption En-hancements Due to the Mixing State of Atmospheric Black Car-bon, Science, 337, 1078–1081, ... Jacobson, M. Z.: Control of fossil-fuel particulate black car-bon

eodg.atm.ox.ac.uk/eodg/papers/2014Smith2.pdf- 2633k - 10 Aug 2014 - Cached

5. The Griffith Institute - Minnie C. Burton's diary in the Griffith Institute

Ford Car to the river bank. To Winter. Palace for a moment & then shopping. & ... rs. Murray Graham, M. r. Allan etc. Back in the car with M.

www.griffith.ox.ac.uk/minnieburton-project/1923.html- 314k - 10 Nov 2017 - Cached

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The optical propertiesdepend on particle size, shape and black car-bon (formed from incomplete combustion) con-tent or brown carbon (formed later, once in theatmosphere) content. ... Smoke consists of mostly fineparticles and particularly affects the

eodg.atm.ox.ac.uk/eodg/mphys_reports/2009_Lean.pdf- 1196k - 24 Apr 2009 - Cached

7. C:/Documents and Settings/Catherine/My Documents/Oxford Work/MPhys Report/LaTExREAL/MPhysFinal.dvi

The main anthropogenic particles are sulphates,black carbon from fossil fuel burning and mineral dustdue to agricultural practices. ... It is known that tyres contain contain black car-bon, organic carbon, polcyclic aromatic hydro-carbons and some metals.

eodg.atm.ox.ac.uk/eodg/mphys_reports/2009_Ansell.pdf- 1104k - 24 Apr 2009 - Cached

8. eodg.atm.ox.ac.uk/eodg/papers/2009Quaas1.pdf

Greenhouse-gas concentrations and aerosolemissions in the simulations are valid for the year 2000.For the forcing estimates, a second simulation was car-ried out with anthropogenic aerosol emissions valid for ... Reyes (California) site in the

eodg.atm.ox.ac.uk/eodg/papers/2009Quaas1.pdf- 452k - 16 Nov 2009 - Cached

9. eodg.atm.ox.ac.uk/eodg/mphys_reports/2008_Blaxter.pdf

References. [1] D.F. Blake and K. Kato, 1995: Latitudinal dis-tribution of black carbon soot. ... 3] R.F. Pusechel and Coauthors, 1992: Black car-bon (soot) aerosol in the lower stratosphere andupper troposphere.

eodg.atm.ox.ac.uk/eodg/mphys_reports/2008_Blaxter.pdf- 2528k - 10 Aug 2008 - Cached

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