Global model simulations of air pollution during the 2003 European heat wave

  title={Global model simulations of air pollution during the 2003 European heat wave},
  author={Crist{\'o}bal Ord{\'o}{\~n}ez and N. Elguindi and Olaf Stein and Vincent Huijnen and Johannes Flemming and Antje Inness and Hanno Flentje and E. Katragkou and P. Moinat and V. H. Peuch and Arjo Segers and Val{\'e}rie Thouret and G. Athier and Michiel van Weele and Christos Zerefos and J. P. Cammas and Martin G. Schultz},
Three global Chemistry Transport Models – MOZART, MOCAGE, and TM5 – as well as MOZART coupled to the IFS meteorological model including assimilation of ozone (O3) and carbon monoxide (CO) satellite column retrievals, have been compared to surface measurements and MOZAIC vertical profiles in the troposphere over Western/Central Europe for summer 2003. The models reproduce the meteorological features and enhancement of pollution during the period 2–14 August, but not fully the ozone and CO mixing… CONTINUE READING
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