Warming influenced by the ratio of black carbon to sulphate and the black-carbon source

@inproceedings{Ramana2010WarmingIB,
  title={Warming influenced by the ratio of black carbon to sulphate and the black-carbon source},
  author={Muvva Venkata Ramana and Veerabhadran Ramanathan and Y. X. Feng and Soon-Chang Yoon and Sang-Woo Kim and Gregory R. Carmichael and James J. Schauer},
  year={2010}
}
Black-carbon aerosols absorb solar radiation and are thought to be a significant source of global warming. Surface and aircraft measurements of aerosol plumes in China suggest that solar absorption increases with the ratio of black carbon to sulphate. 

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