North American acetone sources determined from tall tower measurements and inverse modeling

@inproceedings{Hu2013NorthAA,
  title={North American acetone sources determined from tall tower measurements and inverse modeling},
  author={Lu Hu and Dylan B. Millet and Su Youn Kim and Kelley C. Wells and Tim J. Griffis and Emily V. Fischer and Detlev Helmig and Jacques Hueber and Andrew J. Curtis},
  year={2013}
}
We apply a full year of continuous atmospheric acetone measurements from the University of Minnesota tall tower Trace Gas Observatory (KCMP tall tower; 244 m a.g.l.), with a 0.5 ◦ × 0.667 GEOS-Chem nested grid simulation to develop quantitative new constraints on seasonal acetone sources over North America. Biogenic acetone emissions in the model are computed based on the MEGANv2.1 inventory. An inverse analysis of the tall tower observations implies a 37 % underestimate of emissions from… CONTINUE READING

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