Can a “ state of the art ” chemistry transport model simulate Amazonian tropospheric chemistry ?

  title={Can a “ state of the art ” chemistry transport model simulate Amazonian tropospheric chemistry ?},
  author={Michael P. Barkley and Paul I. Palmer and Laurens Ganzeveld and Almut Arneth and Daniel P. Hagberg and Thomas Karl and Alex B Guenther and Fabien Paulot and Paul O. Wennberg and Jingqiu Mao and Thomas P. Kurosu and K. Chance and J.... and Falk M{\"u}ller and Isabelle De Smedt and Michel Van Roozendael and Dan Chen and Yuxuan Wang and Robert Yantosca},
[1] We present an evaluation of a nested high‐resolution Goddard Earth Observing System (GEOS)‐Chem chemistry transport model simulation of tropospheric chemistry over tropical South America. The model has been constrained with two isoprene emission inventories: (1) the canopy‐scale Model of Emissions of Gases and Aerosols from Nature (MEGAN) and (2) a leaf‐scale algorithm coupled to the Lund‐Potsdam‐Jena General Ecosystem Simulator (LPJ-GUESS) dynamic vegetation model, and the model has been… CONTINUE READING
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