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Research article
31 Mar 2014
Research article |  | 31 Mar 2014

The 2013 severe haze over southern Hebei, China: model evaluation, source apportionment, and policy implications

L. T. Wang, Z. Wei, J. Yang, Y. Zhang, F. F. Zhang, J. Su, C. C. Meng, and Q. Zhang

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