Global chemical weather forecasts for field campaign planning : predictions and observations of large-scale features during MINOS , CONTRACE , and INDOEX

@inproceedings{Lawrence2002GlobalCW,
  title={Global chemical weather forecasts for field campaign planning : predictions and observations of large-scale features during MINOS , CONTRACE , and INDOEX},
  author={Mark G. Lawrence and Phillip J. Rasch and R. von Kuhlmann and Jason Williams and Herbert Fischer and Marcel A. de Reus and J Lelieveld and Paul J. Crutzen and Michael Schultz and Philip Stier and Heidi Huntrieser and J{\"o}rg Heland and Andreas Stohl and C M Forster and Hendrik Elbern and Hermann Jakobs and Russell R Dickerson},
  year={2002}
}
The first global tropospheric forecasts of O 3 and its precursors have been used in the daily flight planning of field measurement campaigns. The 3-D chemistry-transport model MATCH-MPIC is driven by meteorological data from a weather center (NCEP) to produce daily 3-day forecasts of the global distributions of O3 and related gases, as well as regional CO tracers. This paper describes the forecast system and its use in three field campaigns, MINOS, CONTRACE and INDOEX. An overview is given of… CONTINUE READING
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