Stephen M. Metzger

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Nitrate aerosols are expected to become more important in the future atmosphere due to the expected increase in nitrate precursor emissions and the decline of ammoniumsulphate aerosols in wide regions of this planet. The GISS climate model is used in this study, including atmospheric gasand aerosol phase chemistry to investigate current and future (2030,(More)
Technical Note: Anthropogenic and natural offline emissions and the online EMissions and dry DEPosition submodel EMDEP of the Modular Earth Submodel system (MESSy) L. N. Ganzeveld, J. A. van Aardenne, T. M. Butler, M. G. Lawrence, S. M. Metzger, P. Stier, P. Zimmermann, and J. Lelieveld Max-Planck Institute for Chemistry, Department of Atmospheric(More)
Introduction: Dust devils are an effective aeolian erosion mechanism of small-scale, substantially particle loaded convective vortices driven by insolation, common on both Earth and Mars. These vortices are highly turbulent flows with dust entrainment that is dictated by the surficial material over which they pass, the ambient wind that push them, and the(More)
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