Export of NOy from the North American boundary layer: Reconciling aircraft observations and global model budgets

@inproceedings{Li2004ExportON,
  title={Export of NOy from the North American boundary layer: Reconciling aircraft observations and global model budgets},
  author={Qinbin Li and D. J. Jacob and J. William Munger and Robert M. Yantosca and David D. Parrish},
  year={2004}
}
[1] Fossil fuel combustion accounts for >50% of the global atmospheric emission of NOx, but this source is concentrated in the polluted continental boundary layer (CBL) and only a small fraction is exported as NOy (NOx and its oxidation products) to the global troposphere. Better quantification of this export efficiency is needed because of its implications for global tropospheric ozone. A recent Lagrangian analysis of the NOy-CO correlations observed from the North Atlantic Regional Experiment… CONTINUE READING

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