A marine biogenic source of atmospherically relevant ice nucleating particles
T.W. Wilson, L.A. Ladino, P.A. Alpert, M.N. Breckels, I.M. Brooks, J. Browse, S. Burrows, K. Carslaw, J.A. Huffman, C. Judd, W.P. Kilthau, R.H. Mason, G. McFiggans, L.A Miller, J. Najera, E. Polishchuk, S. Rae, C.L. Schiller, M. Si, J. Vergara Temprado, T.F. Whale, J.P.S. Wong, O. Wurl, J.D. Yakobi-Hancock, J.P.D. Abbatt, J.Y. Aller, A.K. Bertram, D.A. Knopf, and B.J. Murray.
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