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Shine, K. P., Highwood, E. J., Radel, G., Stuber, N. and Balkanski, Y. (2012) Climate model calculations of the impact of aerosols from road transport and shipping. Atmospheric and Oceanic Optics, 25 (1). pp. 62-70. ISSN 2070-0393 doi: 10.1134/S1024856012010125

Olivié, D. and Stuber, N. (2010) Emulating AOGCM results using simple climate models. Climate Dynamics, 35 (7-8). pp. 1257-1287. ISSN 0930-7575 doi: 10.1007/s00382-009-0725-2

Stuber, N. and Forster, P.M. d. F. (2007) The impact of diurnal variations of air traffic on contrail radiative forcing. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 7. pp. 3153-3162. ISSN 1680-7316

Forster, P. M. D., Shine, K. P. and Stuber, N. (2006) It is premature to include non-CO2 effects of aviation in emission trading schemes. Atmospheric Environment, 40 (6). pp. 1117-1121.

Stuber, N., Forster, P., Radel, G. and Shine, K. (2006) The importance of the diurnal and annual cycle of air traffic for contrail radiative forcing. Nature, 441 (7095). pp. 864-867.

Shine, K. P., Fuglestvedt, J. S., Hailemariam, K. and Stuber, N. (2005) Alternatives to the global warming potential for comparing climate impacts of emissions of greenhouse gases. Climatic Change, 68 (3). pp. 281-302.

Berntsen, T. K., Fuglestvedt, J. S., Joshi, M. M., Shine, K. P., Stuber, N., Ponater, M., Sausen, R., Hauglustaine, D. A. and Li, L. (2005) Response of climate to regional emissions of ozone precursors: sensitivities and warming potentials. Tellus Series B-Chemical And Physical Meteorology, 57 (4). pp. 283-304.

Stuber, N., Ponater, M. and Sausen, R. (2005) Why radiative forcing might fail as a predictor of climate change. Climate Dynamics, 24 (5). pp. 497-510.

Joshi, M.M., Shine, K.P., Ponater, M., Stuber, N., Sausen, R. and Li, L. (2003) A comparison of climate response to different radiative forcings in three general circulation models: towards an improved metric of climate change. Climate Dynamics, 20. pp. 843-854.

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