Evaluating a New Deposition Velocity Module in the Noah Land-Surface Model U

@inproceedings{Kumar2010EvaluatingAN,
  title={Evaluating a New Deposition Velocity Module in the Noah Land-Surface Model U},
  author={Anil Kumar and Xuemei Wang and Fei Chen and Alex B Guenther and Andrew A. Turnipseed and Kiran Alapaty},
  year={2010}
}
The community Noah land-surface model (Noah LSM) has been modified to couple with a photosynthesis-transpiration scheme (GEM) to estimate the deposition velocity (Vd) for air quality studies. This new capability of the Noah-GEM model was tested in a point version of the National Center for Atmospheric Research-High Resolution Land Data Assimilation System (HRLDAS). Ozone Vd observations from June 1–30, 2002 over the AmeriFlux forested site located at Niwot Ridge, Colorado, USA (40◦1′58′′N; 105… CONTINUE READING

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