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Sources, size distribution, and downwind grounding of aerosols from Mount Etna.

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Bibliographic reference Allen, A.G. ; Mather, T.A. ; McGonigle, AJ.S. ; Aiuppa, A. ; Delmelle, Pierre ; et. al. Sources, size distribution, and downwind grounding of aerosols from Mount Etna. . In: Journal of Geophysical Research, (23 May 2006 )
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