Seasonal variations of Asian black carbon outflow to the Pacific: Contribution from anthropogenic sources in China and biomass burning sources in Siberia and Southeast Asia

@inproceedings{Matsui2013SeasonalVO,
  title={Seasonal variations of Asian black carbon outflow to the Pacific: Contribution from anthropogenic sources in China and biomass burning sources in Siberia and Southeast Asia},
  author={Hitoshi Matsui and M. Koike and Yutaka Kondo and Naga Oshima and Nobuhiro Moteki and Yugo Kanaya and Akinori Takami and Mike Irwin},
  year={2013}
}
[1] The Community Multiscale Air Quality model with a source and process tagged method (CMAQ/PASCAL) was used to understand source regions and types (anthropogenic (AN) and biomass burning (BB)) of Asian black carbon (BC) outflow to the Pacific during 2008–2010. The model simulations generally reproduced absolute concentrations and temporal (seasonal, monthly, and day-to-day) variations of BC mass concentrations, observed by both surface and aircraft measurements in outflow regions in East Asia… CONTINUE READING

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