"Despite the progress made on modelling aviation's impacts on tropospheric chemistry, there remains a significant spread in model results, and while much progress has been made in the last ten years on characterizing emissions, major uncertainties remain over the nature of particles." This is the key finding of a new report, "Transport impacts on atmosphere and climate: Aviation," published in Atmospheric Environment. The report states that the last major international assessment of ...

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