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Perret, G., A. Stegner, T. Dubos, J.M. Chomaz and M. Farge. 2006. Stability of parallel wake flows in quasigeostrophic and frontal regimes. Phys. Fluids, 18, 126602.
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Pison, I., L. Menut and G. Bergametti. 2007. Inversion of surface NOx anthropogenic emissions fluxes in the Paris area during the ESQUIF campaign. Journal of Geophysical Research, Atmospheres, 112, 24302.
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Noel, V., D. Winker, M. McGill and P. Lawson. 2004. Classification of Particle shapes from Lidar Depolarization Ratio in Convective Ice Clouds compared to In Situ Observations during CRYSTAL-FACE. J. Geophys. Res., 109, D24213.
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Souprayen, C., J. Vanneste, A. Hertzog and A. Hauchecorne. 2001. Stochastic approach for the transport of action, energy and momentum of atmospheric gravity waves. J. Geophys. Res., 106, 24071–24086.
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Hodzic, A. and 11 others. 2004. Comparison of aerosol chemistry-transport model simulations with lidar and sun-photometer observations at a site near Paris. JGR, 109, D23201.
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Hertzog, A. and F. Vial. 2001. A study of the dynamics of the equatorial lower stratosphere by use of ultra-long-duration balloons, 2. Gravity waves. J. Geophys. Res., 106, 22745–22761.
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Vial, F. and 6 others. 2001. A study of the dynamics of the equatorial lower stratosphere by use of ultra-long-duration balloons, 1. Planetary scales. J. Geophys. Res., 106, 22725–22743.
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Nam, C., S. Bony, J.-L. Dufresne and H. Chepfer. 2012. The “too few, too bright” tropical low-cloud problem in CMIP5 models. GRL, 39, L21801.
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Koven, C., P. Friedlingestin, P. Ciais, D. Khvorostyanov, G. Krinner and C. Tarnocai. 2009. On the formation of high-latitude soil carbon rocks: effects of cryoturbation and insulation by organic matter in a land surface model. GRL, 36, L21501.
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Noel, V. and H. Chepfer. 2009. Reply to the comment by Poole et al. on “A tropical ”NAT-like“ belt observed from space”. GRL, 36, L20804.
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Cesana, G. and H. Chepfer. 2012. How well do climate models simulate the cloud vertical structure? A comparison between CALIPSO-GOCCP satellite observations and CMIP5 simulations. GRL, 39, L20803.
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Forêt, G., G. Bergametti, F. Dulac and L. Menut. 2006. An optimized particle size bin scheme for modeling mineral dust aerosol. J. Geophys. Res., 111, 17310.
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Chepfer, H. and 7 others. 2005. Particle Habit in Tropical Ice Clouds During CRYSTAL-FACE: Comparison of two Remote Sensing Techniques with In Situ Observations. J. Geophys. Res., 110, D16204.
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Menut, L., O. Masson and B. Bessagnet. 2009. Contribution of Saharan dust on radionuclides aerosols activity levels in Europe?: The 21-22 February 2004 case study. Journal of Geophysical Research, Atmospheres, 114, 16202.
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Menut, L. 2008. Sensitivity of hourly Saharan dust emissions to NCEP and ECMWF modelled wind speed. JGR, 113, D16201.
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