WRF/CHEM modeling of impacts of weather conditions modified by urban expansion on secondary organic aerosol formation over Pearl River Delta

@inproceedings{Wang2009WRFCHEMMO,
  title={WRF/CHEM modeling of impacts of weather conditions modified by urban expansion on secondary organic aerosol formation over Pearl River Delta},
  author={Xiansheng Wang and Zhiyong Wu and Guixiong Liang},
  year={2009}
}
  • Xiansheng Wang, Zhiyong Wu, Guixiong Liang
  • Published 2009
  • Chemistry
  • In this paper, the online Weather Research and Forecasting and Chemistry (WRF/CHEM) model, coupled with urban canopy (UCM) and biogenic-emission models, is used to explore impacts of urban expansion on secondary organic aerosols (SOA) formation. Two scenarios of urban maps are used in WRF/CHEM to represent early 1990s (pre-urbanization) and current urban distribution in the Pearl River Delta (PRD). Month-long simulation results using the above land-use scenarios for March 2001 show: (1… CONTINUE READING

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