A large organic aerosol source in the free troposphere missing from current models: LARGE TROPOSPHERIC SOURCE OF OC AEROSOLS

@inproceedings{Heald2005ALO,
  title={A large organic aerosol source in the free troposphere missing from current models: LARGE TROPOSPHERIC SOURCE OF OC AEROSOLS},
  author={Colette L. Heald and D. J. Jacob and Rokjin Park and Lynn M Russell and Barry J. Huebert and John H. Seinfeld and Hong Liao and Rodney J. Weber},
  year={2005}
}
[1] Aircraft measurements of organic carbon (OC) aerosol by two independent methods over the NW Pacific during the ACE-Asia campaign reveal unexpectedly high concentrations in the free troposphere (FT). Concentrations average 4 mg sm 3 in the 2–6.5 km column with little vertical gradient. These values are 10–100 times higher than computed with a global chemical transport model (CTM) including a standard 2-product simulation of secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formation based on empirical fits to… CONTINUE READING

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