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Global modeling of tropospheric chemistry with assimilated meteorology : Model description and evaluation
We present a first description and evaluation of GEOS-CHEM, a global three- dimensional (3-D) model of tropospheric chemistry driven by assimilated meteorological observations from the Goddard EarthExpand
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Regional Climate Projections.
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Heterogeneous chemistry and tropospheric ozone
Abstract Ozone is produced in the troposphere by gas-phase oxidation of hydrocarbons and CO catalyzed by hydrogen oxide radicals (HO x ≡OH+H+peroxy radicals) and nitrogen oxide radicals (NO x ≡NO+NOExpand
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Couplings between changes in the climate system and biogeochemistry
The Earth's climate is determined by a number of complex connected physical, chemical and biological processes occurring in the atmosphere, land and ocean. The radiative properties of the atmosphere,Expand
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Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry
The questions and problems presented here are intended to supplement my book Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry (Princeton University Press, 1999). They are arranged following the differentExpand
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Mercury as a Global Pollutant: Sources, Pathways, and Effects
Mercury (Hg) is a global pollutant that affects human and ecosystem health. We synthesize understanding of sources, atmosphere-land-ocean Hg dynamics and health effects, and consider the implicationsExpand
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Effect of Climate Change on Air Quality
Air quality is strongly dependent on weather and is therefore sensitive to climate change. Recent studies have provided estimates of this climate effect through correlations of air quality withExpand
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A note to the simulation of the annual and inter-annual variability of the water budget over the Baltic Sea drainage basin
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  • Environmental Science
  • 7 September 2001
Summary The annual and inter-annual variability of the water budget over the Baltic Sea area has been studied using the global climate model ECHAM4/T106 and the regional climate model REMO for threeExpand
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Contribution of different aerosol species to the global aerosol extinction optical thickness: Estimates from model results
We combine global distributions of aerosol loading resulting from transport models for soil dust, sulfate, sea salt, and carbonaceous aerosol. From the aerosol distributions we estimate opticalExpand
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Constraints from 210Pb and 7Be on wet deposition and transport in a global three‐dimensional chemical tracer model driven by assimilated meteorological fields
The atmospheric distributions of the aerosol tracers 210Pb and 7Be are simulated with a global three-dimensional model driven by assimilated meteorological observations for 1991–1996 from the NASAExpand
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