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Guzman-Morales J., Frossard AA, Corrigan A.L, Russell LM, Liu S, Takahama S, Taylor J.W, Allan J., Coe H., Zhao Y. et al..  2014.  Estimated contributions of primary and secondary organic aerosol from fossil fuel combustion during the CalNex and Cal-Mex campaigns. Atmospheric Environment. 88:330-340.
Le Quere C, Peters G.P, Andres R.J, Andrew R.M, Boden T.A, Ciais P., Friedlingstein P., Houghton R.A, Marland G., Moriarty R. et al..  2014.  Global carbon budget 2013. Earth System Science Data. 6:235-263.
Arnold T., Ivy D.J, Harth CM, Vollmer M.K, Mühle J, Salameh PK, Steele LP, Krummel PB, Wang R.HJ, Young D et al..  2014.  HFC-43-10mee atmospheric abundances and global emission estimates. Geophysical Research Letters. 41:2228-2235.
Rigby M, Prinn RG, O'Doherty S, Miller B.R, Ivy D., Mühle J, Harth CM, Salameh PK, Arnold T., Weiss RF et al..  2014.  Recent and future trends in synthetic greenhouse gas radiative forcing. Geophysical Research Letters. 41:2623-2630.
Li S., Kim J., Park S., Kim S.K, Park M.K, Mühle J, Lee G., Lee M., Jo C.O, Kim K.R.  2014.  Source identification and apportionment of halogenated compounds observed at a remote site in East Asia. Environmental Science & Technology. 48:491-498.
Thompson R.L, Patra P.K, Ishijima K., Saikawa E., Corazza M., Karstens U., Wilson C., Bergamaschi P., Dlugokencky E., Sweeney C et al..  2014.  TransCom N2O model inter-comparison - Part 1: Assessing the influence of transport and surface fluxes on tropospheric N2O variability. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 14:4349-4368.