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Lim, Ling; Matthes, Sigrun; Skowron, Agnieszka; Iachetti, Daniela; Owen, Bethan; Hodnebrog, Øivind; Di Genova, Glauco; et al.
(2015) Aircraft emission mitigation by changing route altitude: A multi-model estimate of aircraft NOx emission impact on O3 photochemistry.

Owen, Bethan and Lee, David S. and Lim, Ling L. (2010) Flying into the future: aviation emissions scenarios to 2050. ISSN 1520-5851

Fuglestvedt, Jan and Berntsen, Terje and Eyring, Veronika and Isaksen, Ivar and Lee, David S. and Sausen, Robert (2009) Shipping emissions: from cooling to warming of climate—and reducing impacts on health. Environmental science & technology, 43 (24). pp. 9057-9062. ISSN 1520-5851

Sausen, Robert; Isaksen, Ivar; Grewe, Volker; Hauglustaine, Didier; Lee, David S.; Myhre, Gunnar; Köhler, Marcus O.; et al.
(2005) Aviation radiative forcing in 2000: an update on IPCC (1999). Meteorologische zeitschrift, 14 (4). 555-561.. ISSN 0941-2948

Lee, David S. and Stordal, Frode and Myhre, Gunnar and Stordal, E. J. and Rossow, W. B. and Arlander, D. W. and Svendby, T. (2005) Is there a trend in cirrus cloud cover due to aircraft traffic? Atmospheric chemistry and physics, 5 (9). 2155-2162.. ISSN 1680-7324

Lee, David S. and Nemitz, E and Fowler, D and Kingdon, R. D. (2001) Modelling atmospheric mercury transport and deposition across Europe and the UK. Atmospheric environment, 35 (32). pp. 5455-5466. ISSN 1352-2310

Raper, David W. and Driejana, D. and Lee, David S. and Kingdon, R. D. (2001) Modelling acidic deposition in the United Kingdom at a scale of 5km x 5km. ISSN 1573-2932

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Lee, David S. and Lim, Ling L. and Raper, Sarah C. B. (2005) The role of aviation emissions in climate stabilization scenarios. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

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