On the roles of circulation and aerosols in the decline of mist and dense fog in Europe over the last 30 years

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Fog and mist are meteorological phenomena that have significant contributions to temperature variations. Understanding and predicting them is also crucial for transportation risk management. It has been shown that low visibility phenomena over Europe have been declining over the past three decades. The trends in mist and haze have been correlated to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Oldenborgh2009OnTR, title={On the roles of circulation and aerosols in the decline of mist and dense fog in Europe over the last 30 years}, author={Geert Jan van Oldenborgh and Pascal Yiou and Robert Vautard}, year={2009} }