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V. Bellantone, I. Carofalo, F. De Tomasi, M. R. Perrone, M. Santese, A. M. Tafuro, and A. Turnone

(see online at http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/aeronet/?ETNA/2005180/AERONET_ETNA.2005180.terra ) and (b) at 0945 UTC 1 Jul 2005 (see online at http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/aeronet/?ETNA/2005182/AERONET_ETNA.2005182.terra ). The light gray area over the Mediterranean Sea is due to the presence of dust particles. Fig . 2. (a) The 7-day analytical back trajectories for the air masses reaching Lecce at 1200 UTC 30 Jun 2005. (b) The pressure level of each back trajectory as a function of

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