Secondary organic aerosol in the global aerosol – chemistry transport model Oslo CTM 2

@inproceedings{Hoyle2007SecondaryOA,
  title={Secondary organic aerosol in the global aerosol – chemistry transport model Oslo CTM 2},
  author={Christopher R Hoyle and Terje K. Berntsen and Gunnar Myhre and Ivar S. A. Isaksen},
  year={2007}
}
The global chemical transport model Oslo CTM2 has been extended to include the formation, transport and deposition of secondary organic aerosol (SOA). Precursor hydrocarbons which are oxidised to form condensible species include both biogenic species such as terpenes and isoprene, as well as species emitted predominantly by anthropogenic activities (toluene, m-xylene, methylbenzene and other aromatics). A model simulation for 2004 gives an annual global SOA production of approximately 55 Tg. Of… CONTINUE READING

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