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Empirical model of global soil‐biogenic NOχ emissions
The authors construct a global, temperature and precipitation dependent, empirical model of soil-biogenic NO{sub x} emissions using 6-hour general circulation model forcing. New features of thisExpand
Nitrogen fixation: Anthropogenic enhancement‐environmental response
In the absence of human activities, biotic fixation is the primary source of reactive N, providing about 90–130 Tg N yr−1 (Tg = 1012 g) on the continents. Human activities have resulted in theExpand
Variations in the predicted spatial distribution of atmospheric nitrogen deposition and their impact on carbon uptake by terrestrial ecosystems
Widespread mobilization of nitrogen into the atmosphere from industry, agriculture, and biomass burning and its subsequent deposition have the potential to alleviate nitrogen limitation ofExpand
GFDL ’ s ESM 2 Global Coupled Climate – Carbon Earth System Models . Part II : Carbon System Formulation and Baseline Simulation Characteristics *
The authors describe carbon system formulation and simulation characteristics of two new global coupled carbon–climate Earth SystemModels (ESM), ESM2MandESM2G. Thesemodels demonstrate good climateExpand
Impacts of biomass burning on tropospheric CO, NOx, and O3
This study utilizes the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory three-dimensional global chemical transport model to quantify the impacts of biomassExpand
Global distribution of carbon monoxide
This study explores the evolution and distribution of carbon monoxide (CO) using the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory three-dimensionalExpand
Atmospheric deposition of nutrients to the North Atlantic Basin.
Atmospheric chemical models are used to estimate the deposition rate of various inorganic oxides of nitrogen (NOy), reduced nitrogen species (NHx) and mineral dust to the North Atlantic Ocean (NAO).Expand
Springtime high surface ozone events over the western United States: Quantifying the role of stratospheric intrusions
[1] The published literature debates the extent to which naturally occurring stratospheric ozone intrusions reach the surface and contribute to exceedances of the U.S. National Ambient Air QualityExpand
The episodic nature of air pollution transport from Asia to North America
We employ the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL) global chemistry transport model (GCTM) to address the episodic nature of trans-Pacific pollution. The strongest Asian CO episodes overExpand
Evaluation of factors controlling long‐range transport of black carbon to the Arctic
[1] This study evaluates the sensitivity of long-range transport of black carbon (BC) from midlatitude and high-latitude source regions to the Arctic to aging, dry deposition, and wet removalExpand