The mineral Dust Entrainment And Deposition ( DEAD ) model : Description and 1990 s dust climatology

@inproceedings{Zender2003TheMD,
  title={The mineral Dust Entrainment And Deposition ( DEAD ) model : Description and 1990 s dust climatology},
  author={Charles S. Zender and Huisheng Bian and David J. Newman},
  year={2003}
}
We describe a model for predicting the size-resolved distribution of atmospheric dust for climate and chemistry-related studies. The dust distribution from 1990–1999 is simulated with our mineral aerosol entrainment and deposition module embedded in a chemical transport model. Mobilization processes include entrainment thresholds for saltation, moisture inhibition, drag partitioning, and saltation feedback. For mobilization we assume soil texture is globally uniform and is replete with… CONTINUE READING
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