Articles | Volume 9, issue 22
16 Nov 2009
 | 16 Nov 2009

Sensitivity of polar stratospheric ozone loss to uncertainties in chemical reaction kinetics

S. R. Kawa, R. S. Stolarski, P. A. Newman, A. R. Douglass, M. Rex, D. J. Hofmann, M. L. Santee, and K. Frieler

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