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|colspan="3" align="center"|GEOS-Chem manuals:
|colspan="3" align="center"|GEOS-Chem manuals: [http://manual.geos-chem.org GEOS-Chem User's Guide]and [[Getting Started With GCHP]]</big>
|colspan="3" align="center"|<big>For assistance with GEOS-Chem, please see:
|colspan="3" align="center"|<big>For assistance with GEOS-Chem, please see: [[Submitting GEOS-Chem support requests]]</big>
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|GEOS-Chem manuals: GEOS-Chem User's Guide and Getting Started With GCHP|
|For assistance with GEOS-Chem, please see: Submitting GEOS-Chem support requests|
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