Mesoscale modeling of Central American smoke transport to the United States : 2 . Smoke radiative impact on regional surface energy budget and boundary layer evolution

@inproceedings{Wang2006MesoscaleMO,
  title={Mesoscale modeling of Central American smoke transport to the United States : 2 . Smoke radiative impact on regional surface energy budget and boundary layer evolution},
  author={Jun Wang and Sundar A. Christopher},
  year={2006}
}
[1] During 20 April to 21 May 2003, large amounts of smoke aerosols from Central American Biomass Burning (CABB) fires were transported to southeastern United States. Using a coupled aerosol, radiation, and meteorology model built upon the heritage of the Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (RAMS) with new capabilities called the Assimilation and Radiation Online Modeling of Aerosols (AROMA), this paper, the second of a two-part series, investigates smoke radiative impact on the regional… CONTINUE READING