Sulfur chelllistry in the National Center for Atlllospheric Research Community Climate Model : Description , evaluation , features , and sensitivity to aqueous chelllistry

  title={Sulfur chelllistry in the National Center for Atlllospheric Research Community Climate Model : Description , evaluation , features , and sensitivity to aqueous chelllistry},
  author={Mary C. Barth and P. J.'Rasch and Jeffrey T Kiehl and Carmen Benkovitz and Stephen E. Schwartz},
Sulfur chemistry lIas been incorporated in the National Center for Atmospheric Research Community Climate Model in an internally consisterlt manner with other parameterizations in the nlodel. The model predicts mixing ratios of dimethylsulfide (DMS), S02, SO~-, H20 2. Processes tllat control the mixing ratio of these species include the emissions of DMS aIld S02, transport of each species, gasand aqueous-phase chemistry, wet deposition, and dry deposition of species. Modeled concentrations… CONTINUE READING
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