Articles | Volume 9, issue 14
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17 Jul 2009
 | 17 Jul 2009

Simulation of Mexico City plumes during the MIRAGE-Mex field campaign using the WRF-Chem model

X. Tie, S. Madronich, G. Li, Z. Ying, A. Weinheimer, E. Apel, and T. Campos

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