Global modelling of secondary organic aerosol in the troposphere : A sensitivity analysis

@inproceedings{Tsigaridis2003GlobalMO,
  title={Global modelling of secondary organic aerosol in the troposphere : A sensitivity analysis},
  author={Kostas Tsigaridis and Maria Kanakidou},
  year={2003}
}
A global 3-dimensional chemistry/transport model able to describe O3, NOx, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC), sulphur and NH3 chemistry has been extended to simulate the temporal and spatial distribution of primary and secondary carbonaceous aerosols in the troposphere focusing on Secondary Organic Aerosol (SOA) formation. A number of global simulations have been performed to determine a possible range of annual global SOA production and investigate uncertainties associated with the model… CONTINUE READING
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