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Photochemical Production of Carboxylic Acids in a Remote Continental Atmosphere
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988)
Model calculations are conducted to investigate the production of carboxylic acids from photochemical decomposition of isoprene, one of the main natural hydrocarbons emitted from vegetation. Both gas-phase and aqueous-phase ...
Biomass-burning emissions and associated haze layers over Amazonia
Biomass-burning plumes and haze layers were observed during the ABLE 2A flights in July/August 1985 over the central Amazon Basin. The haze layers occurred at altitudes between 1000 and 4000 m and were usually only some ...
Photochemistry of biogenic emissions over the Amazon forest
The boundary layer chemistry over the Amazon forest during the dry season is simulated with a photochemical model. Results are in good agreement with measurements of isoprene, NO, ozone, and organic acids. Photochemical ...
Atmospheric distribution of 85 Kr simulated with a general circulation model
A three-dimensional chemical tracer model for the troposphere is used to simulate the global distribution of 85Kr, a long-lived radioisotope released at northern mid-latitudes by nuclear industry. Simulated distributions ...
Least independent variables method for simulation of tropospheric ozone
We describe a method for simulating photochemical production of O in a continental‐scale tropospheric model with only six independent chemical variables representing tracers transported in the model. The tracers are two ...