Surface and lightning sources of nitrogen oxides over the United States : Magnitudes , chemical evolution , and outflow

@inproceedings{Hudman2007SurfaceAL,
  title={Surface and lightning sources of nitrogen oxides over the United States : Magnitudes , chemical evolution , and outflow},
  author={Rynda C. Hudman and D. J. Jacob and Sol{\`e}ne Turquety and Eric M Leibensperger and Lee T. Murray and Shiliang Wu and Alice B. Gilliland and Melody Avery and Timothy H. Bertram and William H. Brune and Ronald C. Cohen and Jack E. Dibb and Frank M. Flocke and Alan Fried and John Holloway and Jonathan A. Neuman and Richard Orville and Anne Perring and Xinrong Ren and G. W. Sachse and Hanwant B. Singh and Alan Swanson and Paul J. Wooldridge},
  year={2007}
}
[1] We use observations from two aircraft during the ICARTT campaign over the eastern United States and North Atlantic during summer 2004, interpreted with a global 3-D model of tropospheric chemistry (GEOS-Chem) to test current understanding of regional sources, chemical evolution, and export of NOx. The boundary layer NOx data provide top-down… CONTINUE READING