Geoscientific Model Development PREP-CHEM-SRC – 1 . 0 : a preprocessor of trace gas and aerosol emission fields for regional and global atmospheric chemistry models

@inproceedings{Freitas2011GeoscientificMD,
  title={Geoscientific Model Development PREP-CHEM-SRC – 1 . 0 : a preprocessor of trace gas and aerosol emission fields for regional and global atmospheric chemistry models},
  author={Saulo Ribeiro de Freitas and Karla Maria Longo and M. Fernandez Alonso and Michel Pirre and Virginie Mar{\'e}cal and Gilbert Grell and R M Stockler and Rafael Fe Mello and M. S{\'a}nchez Ǵacita},
  year={2011}
}
The preprocessor PREP-CHEM-SRC presented in the paper is a comprehensive tool aiming at preparing emission fields of trace gases and aerosols for use in atmosphericchemistry transport models. The considered emissions are from the most recent databases of urban/industrial, biogenic, biomass burning, volcanic, biofuel use and burning from agricultural waste sources. For biomass burning, emissions can be also estimated directly from satellite fire detections using a fire emission model included in… CONTINUE READING
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