Modeling organic aerosols during MILAGRO : importance of biogenic secondary organic aerosols

@inproceedings{Hodzic2009ModelingOA,
  title={Modeling organic aerosols during MILAGRO : importance of biogenic secondary organic aerosols},
  author={Alma Hodzic and Jose L. Jimenez and Sasha Madronich and Allison C. Aiken and Bertrand Bessagnet and Gabriele Curci and Jerome D. Fast and J P Lamarque and Timothy B Onasch and Gwenaelle Roux and James J. Schauer and Elizabeth A. Stone and Ingrid M. Ulbrich},
  year={2009}
}
The meso-scale chemistry-transport model CHIMERE is used to assess our understanding of major sources and formation processes leading to a fairly large amount of organic aerosols – OA, including primary OA (POA) and secondary OA (SOA) – observed in Mexico City during the MILAGRO field project (March 2006). Chemical analyses of submicron aerosols from aerosol mass spectrometers (AMS) indicate that organic particles found in the Mexico City basin contain a large fraction of oxygenated organic… CONTINUE READING
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