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Black carbon aerosols heating Arctic: Large contribution from mid-latitude biomass burning

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he year-to-year spring variation in Arctic black carbon (BC) aerosol abundance is strongly correlated with biomass burning in the mid-latitudes. Moreover, current models underestimate the contribution of BC from biomass…

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