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STRATOSPHERIC AEROSOL CLOUDS DUE TO VERY LARGE VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS OF THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY: EFFECTIVE PARTICLE SIZES AND CONVERSION FROM PYRHELIOMETRIC TO VISUAL OPTICAL DEPTH
Stothers, R. B., 1997, Stratospheric aerosol clouds due to very large volcanic eruptions of the early twentieth century: effective particle sizes and conversion from pyrheliometric to visual optical depth: Journal of Geophysical Research, D, v. 102, n. 5, p. 6143-6151.
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