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32 33 We present a global data set of free tropospheric ozone-CO correlations with 2 o × 2.5 o 34 spatial resolution from the OMI and AIRS satellite instruments for each season of 2008. 35 OMI (ozone) and AIRS (CO) have near daily global coverage and observe coincident 36 scenes with similar vertical sensitivities. The resulting ozone-CO correlations are(More)
Smoke exposure sensitivity to Equatorial Asian fires computed with adjoint model. Protecting Sumatran peatswamp forests is key to future regional air quality. The GEOS-Chem adjoint can provide guidance for targeted land conservation. a b s t r a c t High smoke concentrations in Equatorial Asia, primarily from land conversion to oil palm plantations, affect(More)
We use an ensemble of surface (EPA CSN, IMPROVE , SEARCH, AERONET), aircraft (SEAC 4 RS), and satellite (MODIS, MISR) observations over the southeast US during the summer–fall of 2013 to better understand aerosol sources in the region and the relationship between surface particulate matter (PM) and aerosol optical depth (AOD). The GEOS-Chem global chemical(More)
This discussion paper is/has been under review for the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP). Please refer to the corresponding final paper in ACP if available. Abstract Isoprene emitted by vegetation is an important precursor of secondary organic aerosol (SOA), but the mechanism and yields are uncertain. Aerosol is prevailingly aqueous under the(More)
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