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APSOS in Tibet: Probing the Whole Atmosphere
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A Lightning-based Nowcast-warning Approach to Predict Short-dur...
Asymmetric variations in Hadley Circulations and the Associated...
How Is an Isolated Storm Initiated near the Central Urban Area ...
Seasonal features of cloud radiative effects and relevant seaso...
Scientists Explain Why High-resolution Climate Model Simulates ...
2017 Was the Warmest Year on Record for the Global Ocean
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Advances in Atmospheric Science launches special issue on cloud...
Soil Freeze-thaw Stimulates Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Alpine...
Scientists Find Culprits for Extreme Rainfall over Yangtze Rive...
Antarctic Atmospheric Circulation Influences Tropical Pacific S...
Mixing State of Black Carbon from Biomass Burning Differs Evide...
Human Influences Have Reduced the Likelihood of Record-breaking...
A New Mechanism to Explain How El Nino Influences East Asian an...
Special Issue of Advances in Atmospheric Sciences to Highlight ...
Quantifying the Greenhouse Gas Footprint of Crop Cultivation
Haze Pollution Affects Satellite Cloud Detection
Research Reveals How Strong Cold Events Invade Southern China
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