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Quantifying pollution inflow and outflow over East Asia in spring with regional and global models

Lin M, Holloway T, Carmichael G, Fiore A ...see all

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, vol. 10, issue 9 (2010) pp. 4221-4239

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Abstract

Understanding the exchange processes between the atmospheric boundary layer and the free troposphere is crucial for estimating hemispheric transport of air pollution. Most studies of hemispheric air pollution transport have taken a large-scale perspective using global chemical transport models with fairly coarse spatial and temporal resolutions. In support of United Nations Task Force on Hemispheric Transport of Air Pollution (TF HTAP; < a www.htap.org

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Authors

  • M. Lin

  • T. Holloway

  • G. R. Carmichael

  • A. M. Fiore

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