. Jean-christophe, We thank the EDGAR team for compiling the HTAPv2 emissions. We acknowledge use of the WRF-Chem preprocessor tool (mozbc, fire_emiss, bio_emiss) provided by the Atmospheric Chemistry Observations and Modeling Lab (ACOM) of NCAR. We acknowledge use of MOZART-4 global model, Raut benefited from access to IDRIS HPC resources (GENCI allocations 2015-017141 and 2016-017141) and the IPSL mesoscale computing center

B. Weinzierl and K. , Heimerl were supported by the Helmholtz Association (grant number VH-NG-606) and by the European Research Council under the European Community's Horizon 2020 research and innovation framework program/ERC grant agreement 640458 (A-LIFE). We thank the AERIS-ICARE Data and Services Center for providing access to the DARDAR data used in this study

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