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Transatlantic transport of pollution and its effects on surface ozone in Europe and North America
We examine the transatlantic transport of anthropogenic ozone and its impact on surface ozone in Europe and North America by using a 5-year (1993–1997) simulation with the GEOS-CHEM global three-dimensional model of ...
Global chemical model analysis of biomass burning and lightning influences over the South Pacific in austral spring
A global three-dimensional model of tropospheric chemistry driven by reanalyzed European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts meteorological data is used to examine the sources of O3, CO, and nitrogen oxides (NOx = ...
Biomass burning emission inventory with daily resolution: Application to aircraft observations of Asian outflow
We develop a daily-resolved global emission inventory for biomass burning using AVHRR satellite observations of fire activity corrected for data gaps and scan angle biases. We implemented this inventory in a global ...
Export of NOy from the North American boundary layer: Reconciling aircraft observations and global model budgets
Fossil fuel combustion accounts for >50% of the global atmospheric emission of NOx, but this source is concentrated in the polluted continental boundary layer (CBL) and only a small fraction is exported as NOy (NOx and its ...
Export of Asian pollution during two cold front episodes of the TRACE-P experiment
Two cold front episodes were sampled during the two flights out of Yokota, Japan, during the Transport and Chemical Evolution Over the Pacific (TRACE-P) experiment during March 2001. The data from these two flights are ...