Simulation of a biomass-burning plume: Comparison of model results with observations

@article{Trentmann2002SimulationOA,
  title={Simulation of a biomass-burning plume: Comparison of model results with observations},
  author={J. Trentmann and M. Andreae and H. Graf and P. Hobbs and R. Ottmar and T. Trautmann},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={107},
  pages={4013}
}
[1] We have simulated the dynamical evolution of the plume from a prescribed biomass fire, using the active tracer high-resolution atmospheric model (ATHAM). Initialization parameters were set to reflect the conditions during the fire. The model results are compared with airborne remote-sensing and in situ measurements of the plume. ATHAM reproduces the injection height (250–600 m) and the horizontal extent of the plume (∼4 km) with good accuracy. The aerosol mass concentrations are… Expand
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