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  • Full Results Accompanying A Machine Learning Examination of Hydroxyl Radical Differences Among Model Simulations for CCMI-1 

    Nicely, Julie M.; Duncan, Bryan N.; Hanisco, Thomas F.; Wolfe, Glenn M.; Salawitch, Ross J.; Deushi, Makoto; Haslerud, Amund S.; Jöckel, Patrick; Josse, Béatrice; Kinnison, Douglas E.; Klekociuk, Andrew; Manyin, Michael E.; Marécal, Virginie; Morgenstern, Olaf; Murray, Lee T.; Myhre, Gunnar; Oman, Luke D.; Pitari, Giovanni; Pozzer, Andrea; Quaglia, Ilaria; Revell, Laura E.; Rozanov, Eugene; Stenke, Andrea; Stone, Kane; Strahan, Susan; Tilmes, Simone; Tost, Holger; Westervelt, Daniel M.; Zeng, Guang (2020)
    The hydroxyl radical (OH) plays critical roles within the troposphere, such as determining the lifetime of methane (CH4), yet is challenging to model due to its fast cycling and dependence on a multitude of sources and ...
  • Climate model shows large-scale wind and solar farms in the Sahara increase rain and vegetation 

    Li, Yan; Kalnay, Eugenia; Motesharrei, Safa; Rivas, Jorge; Kucharski, Fred; Kirk-Davidoff, Daniel; Bach, Eviatar; Zeng, Ning (Science, 2018-09-07)
    Wind and solar farms offer a major pathway to clean, renewable energies. However, these farms would significantly change land surface properties, and, if sufficiently large, the farms may lead to unintended climate ...
  • Ozone production and its sensitivity to NOx and VOCs: results from the DISCOVER-AQ field experiment, Houston 2013 

    Mazzuca, Gina M.; Ren, Xinrong; Loughner, Christopher P.; Estes, Mark; Crawford, James H.; Pickering, Kenneth E.; Weinheimer, Andrew J.; Dickerson, Russell R. (Copernicus Publications, 2016-11-22)
    An observation-constrained box model based on the Carbon Bond mechanism, version 5 (CB05), was used to study photochemical processes along the NASA P-3B flight track and spirals over eight surface sites during the September ...
  • Validation of SO2 retrievals from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) over NE China 

    Krotkov, N. A.; McClure, B.; Dickerson, R. R.; Carn, S.; Li, C.; Bhartia, P. K.; Yang, K.; Krueger, A.; Li, Z.; Levelt, P. F.; Chen, Hongbin; Wang, Pucai; Lu, Daren (American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2008)
    The Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) launched on the NASA Aura satellite in July 2004 offers unprecedented spatial resolution, coupled with contiguous daily global coverage, for space-based UV measurements of sulfur dioxide ...

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