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Appendix A: Figures showing variation of the boundary layer height (m) in the Ukrainian and Belarusian contaminated forests between 2002 and 2010, continental distribution of BA, TC, and TPM for Europe from the GFED3 database, forest tree-cover from Kempeneers et al. (2011) database at 1 km resolution and aggregated at 0.5° resolution for comparison with the GFED3 database, forest cover change around the ChNPP derived from Landsat images from 1987 and 2010 and forest-cover change over the ChNPP from Hansen et al. (2013), biomass burning in Chernobyl as seen from PKU-FUEL model of the Peking University, and prediction of the litter carbon stock and fire occurrence until 2100 calculated from the LPJmL-SPITFIRE model for Europe, Belarus, and Chernobyl.
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