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18 Dec 2023
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Paul J. Crutzen – a pioneer in Earth system science and a founding member of the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

Rolf Müller, Ulrich Pöschl, Thomas Koop, Thomas Peter, and Ken Carslaw

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