Response of a coupled chemistry-climate model to changes in aerosol emissions : Global impact on the hydrological cycle and the tropospheric burdens of OH , ozone , and NOx

@inproceedings{Lamarque2005ResponseOA,
  title={Response of a coupled chemistry-climate model to changes in aerosol emissions : Global impact on the hydrological cycle and the tropospheric burdens of OH , ozone , and NOx},
  author={J P Lamarque and Jeffrey T Kiehl and Peter G. Hess and William D. Collins and Louisa K. Emmons and Paul Ginoux and Chuang Luo and Xuexi Tie},
  year={2005}
}
[1] In this study, we analyze the response of the coupled chemistry-climate system to changes in aerosol emissions in fully coupled atmospheric chemistry-climate-slab ocean model simulations; only the direct radiative effect of aerosols and their uptake of chemical species are considered in this study. We show that, at the global scale, a decrease in emissions of the considered aerosols (or their precursors) produces a warmer and moister climate. In addition, the tropospheric burdens of OH and… CONTINUE READING

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