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An Air Quality Model That Is Evolving with the Times

ESSIC Scientist Min Huang is first author on a new article published in Eos, the American Geophysical Union’s science magazine. The article, titled “An Air Quality Model That Is Evolving with the Times”, discusses how the Sulfur Transport and Deposition Model (STEM) continues to find new applications and value in environmental science and policy making.

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