Articles | Volume 9, issue 21
05 Nov 2009
 | 05 Nov 2009

The effect of nonlinearity in CO2 heating rates on the attribution of stratospheric ozone and temperature changes

A. I. Jonsson, V. I. Fomichev, and T. G. Shepherd

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