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Global tropospheric experiment at the Hong Kong atmospheric chemistry measurement station
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|Statement||Mary Ann Carroll.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-199965., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-199965.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
My research took an interesting turn about 12 years ago. I was asked to participate in NASA’s Global Tropospheric Experiment, which studies atmospheric chemistry over various parts of the world. Specifically, I have served as Mission Meteorologist on eight of these field projects. Tropospheric Chemistry: Instruments Sulfur dioxide (SO 2). Decommissioned. SO 2 instrument installed in rack on NOAA WP-3D aircraft. Principle of the Measurement. Pulsed ultraviolent fluorescence. Species Measured. Ming Luo Education Ph. D. in Atmospheric and Space Sciences, Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, University of Michigan () Research Interests Remote sensing of the atmosphere: optical instruments, instrument calibration and tests, mission operation planning, retrieval algorithms, and simulations of the observing system Data processing. Aerosol particles, being important to both global climate 1,2 and atmospheric chemistry 3, can be directly emitted from natural or anthropogenic sources and secondarily formed in the atmosphere l dust, with an emission rate of – Tg per year from deserts or semiarid areas 4, is the most important primary aerosol particle source and dominates the aerosol mass in the global Cited by:
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2 Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan,U.S.A ABSTRACT Ozone, CO, NO, NOy and SO2 were measured at a relatively remote site in Hong Kong (22° 13'N, ° 23'E, 60 m MSL) during the PEM-WEST B Experiment (February-March ).
"Global tropospheric experiment at the Hong Kong atmospheric chemistry measurement station": final report. The major activities of the Global Tropospheric Experiment at the Hong Kong Atmospheric Chemistry Measurement Station are presented for the period 1 January - 31 December Activities included data analysis, reduction, and archiving of atmospheric measurements and sampling.
Sampling included O3, CO, SO2, NO, TSP, RSP, and ozone column : Tao Wang and Mary Ann Carroll. Even well before this (e.g., ), Reg, along with four other members of a newly formed NASA tropospheric chemistry committee, was busy at work defining the foundation of GTE.
He and the rest of the committee convinced the earth sciences component of this organization that the future of atmospheric chemistry was in global field sampling campaigns. TROPOSPHERIC OZONE AND OXIDANT CHEMISTRY Troposphere Stratosphere: 90% of total. The many faces of atmospheric ozone: In stratosphere: UV shield.
In middle/upper troposphere: greenhouse gas. In lower/middle troposphere: precursor of OH, main atmospheric oxidant. The hydroxyl radical (OH) is the main tropospheric oxidant and is the largest sink for atmospheric methane.
The global abundance of OH has been monitored for the past decades with the methyl chloroform (CH. 3CCl. 3) proxy. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Retrieval of upper tropospheric water vapor and upper tropospheric humidity from AMSU radiances A.
Houshangpour, V. John, and S. Buehler Institute of Environmental Physics, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany Received: 15 October – Published in Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss.: 15 March Cited by: 5.
The global tropospheric ammonia distribution as seen in the year AIRS measurement record Article (PDF Available) in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16(8) May with Reads.
The global tropospheric ammonia distribution as seen in the year AIRS measurement record Juying X. Warner1, Zigang Wei1, L. Larrabee Strow2, Russell R. Dickerson1, and John B. Nowak3 1Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, University of Maryland College Park, College Park, MD Cited by: cycles.
The outcome is a concept for an integrated global observing system for tropospheric NO2 that comprises DOAS nadir satellite measurements and a set of latitudinally distributed mountain-site or clean-air FTIR stations.
1 Introduction The importance of NO2 in atmospheric chemistry had been described in the literature more than 25 years. Here we present measurements of nighttime nitrogen oxides, NO 3 and N 2 O 5, from a coastal mountaintop site in Hong Kong adjacent to the megacities of the Pearl River Delta region.
This is the first study of nighttime chemistry from a site within the residual layer in China. Through the coordination of the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Program, the East Asia/North Pacific Regional Study (APARE) was initiated to study chemical processes and long range transport over the northwest Pacific ocean, and to estimate the magnitude of the human impact on the oceanic atmosphere over this region.
Purchase Chemistry of the Upper and Lower Atmosphere - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNAtmospheric Chemistry and Physics Tropospheric ozone climatology over Beijing: analysis of aircraft data from the MOZAIC program A. Ding1, T. Wang 1, V. Thouret2, J.-P.
Cammas2, and P. Ned. Measurement of tropospheric trace gases by long‐path differential absorption spectroscopy during the OH Photochemistry Experiment.
Harder. Search for more papers by this author. Jakoubek. Search for more papers by this by: Early tropospheric chemistry research. Robbins and Robbins, Sources, Abundance, and Fate of Gaseous Atmospheric Pollutants", iRI o, Lifetme of CO estmated at years (loss by soil) Weinstock, i i n (): CO measurements → lifetme of years, loss by OH.
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Bengt G. Martinsson, Johan Friberg, Oscar S. Sandvik, Markus Hermann, Peter F. van Velthoven and Andreas Zahn, Particulate sulfur in the upper troposphere and lowermost stratosphere – sources and climate forcing, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, /acp.
Introduction. The purpose of this paper is to report satellite-based measurements of tropospheric chemistry from the tropospheric emission spectrometer (TES), and the atmospheric chemistry experiment (ACE) with a primary focus on carbon monoxide (CO). The two instruments were selected for analysis and comparison of results because they both provide high precision measurements from Cited by: Tropospheric emission spectrometer (TES) and atmospheric chemistry experiment (ACE) measurements of tropospheric chemistry in tropical southeast Asia during a moderate El Niño in A Review of Tropospheric Atmospheric Chemistry and Gas-Phase Chemical Mechanisms for Air Quality Modeling Article (PDF Available) in Atmosphere 3(1) December with Reads.
Acetic acid (CH 3 COOH) is one of the most abundant carboxylic acids in the troposphere. In the study, the tropospheric chemistry of CH 3 COOH is investigated using the 3‐D global chemistry transport model, STOCHEM‐CRI. The highest mixing ratios of surface CH 3 COOH are found in the tropics by as much as ppb in South America.
The model predicts the seasonality of CH 3 COOH reasonably Cited by: 3. With the discovery of the ozone layer in the stratosphere (Fowler and Strutt, ) surface ozone measurements continued in the first half of the 20 th century as an adjunct to explore atmospheric composition.
In the early ’s, ozone was identified as the key component of photochemical smog Cited by: A Review of Tropospheric Atmospheric Chemistry and Gas-Phase Chemical Mechanisms for Air Quality Modeling William R. Stockwell 1,*, Charlene V. Lawson 1, Emily Saunders 1 and Wendy S.
Goliff 2 1 Department of Chemistry, Howard University, College Street, NW, Washington, DC ,File Size: 1MB. The PEM-West study is a component of the NASA Global Tropospheric Experiment (GTE) sponsored by the Tropospheric Chemistry Program [McNeal et al., ; Hoell et al., a].
The PEM-West program represents the first GTE program to specifically focus on large-scale, long-range transport. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Inﬂuence of convective transport on tropospheric ozone and its precursors in a chemistry-climate model R. Doherty1, D. Stevenson1, W.
Collins 2, and M. Sanderson2 1Institute of Atmospheric and Environmental Cited by: The following lists the discussion papers and final revised papers published within the last 30 days. Airborne biological particles impact human health, cloud formation, and ecosystems, but few techniques are available to characterize their atmospheric abundance.
Combining a newly developed high-volume sampling/flow cytometry technique together. Introduction The NASA Global Tropospheric Experiment (GTE) is a program of aircraft-based experiments dedicated to improving our knowledge of global tropospheric chemistry and of its implications for the biosphere, climate, and stratosphere.
The program arose in the late 's and early 's to address science priorities established in a National Academy of Sciences study (NAS, ). We highlight chemistry and trend measurement results from the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE) which is providing precise middle troposphere to the lower thermosphere measurements with a cm-1 resolution Fourier transform spectrometer covering cmAuthor: Curtis P.
Rinsland, Peter Bernath, Chris Boone, Ray Nassar. troposphere and to assess the susceptibility of the global atmosphere to chemical change. A major componentof the NASAprogram is the Global Tropospheric Experiment (GTE), which consists of a series of field experiments designed to (I) evaluate the capability of instrument techniques to measure.
INTRODUCTION The goal of the NASA Tropospheric Chemistry Program is to develop an understanding of the chemical cycles that control the composition of the troposphere and to assess the susceptibility of the global atmosphere to chemical Size: 3MB. Tropospheric concentration of OH • Global average = × molecules cm-3 (day/night; winter/summer; poles/tropics) • Experimental measurements are difficult, but day-time maxima in southern Canada ~ molecules cm-3 in winter and ~ molecules cm-3 in summer with high ozoneFile Size: KB.
GTE - Global Tropospheric Experiment GTE utilizes large, extensively instrumented aircraft as primary research tools. However, GTE also draws heavily upon satellite observations of meteorology, land use and atmospheric chemical species to aid in experiment design and in the scientific analyses of results obtained from aircraft and ground-based measurements.
Measurements of tropospheric ethene have been attempted on a large scale by using infrared solar occultation with satellite measurements of the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment FT spectrometer.
Ozone and carbon monoxide at the Ushuaia GAW-WMO global station. Atmospheric Research, DOI: /es Ahmed A. Al-Taani, Yousef Nazzal, Fares M. Howari, Ahmad Yousef. Long-term trends in ambient fine particulate matter from Cited by: 1.
Introduction  The odd hydrogen radicals, OH and HO 2 (HO x ≡ OH + HO 2), play a central role in the oxidative chemistry of the d catalytic cycles involving HO x and nitrogen oxide radicals (NO x ≡ NO + NO 2) are responsible for the degradation of trace species emitted to the troposphere and ultimately control the production rate of tropospheric O 3 on local and Cited by: Department, Max Plank Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany, 18Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, UniversityofMichigan,AnnArbor,MI, USA,19EarthSystemScienceProgramme,Facultyof Science,and State Key Laboratory of Agrobiotechnology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong KongAuthor: Olivia E.
Clifton, Arlene M. Fiore, William J. Massman, Colleen B. Baublitz, Mhairi Coyle, Lisa Embe. Elansky, “Spatial and temporal variations of trace gases surface concentrations over Russia from TROICA observations,” Proceedings of the International Symposium on Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry, Ed.
by H. Wang and G. Golitsyn (Beijin, ), pp. 49–Cited by: 5. An Overview of the Tropospheric Aerosol Radiative Forcing Observational Experiment (TARFOX) P. Russell 1, P. Hobbs 2, and L.
Stowe 3 1 NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA 2 University of Washington, Seattle, WA 3 NOAA/NESDIS, Satellite Research Laboratory, NSC, Washington, DC Abstract.
Aerosol effects on atmospheric radiation are a leading source of. In this study, the AODs measured by the AERONET station in Hong Kong (°N, °E, operated by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University) were used for the inter-comparison study.
The AERONET station is located at Hung Hom close to the exit of the cross harbor tunnel, which is about km south of the MAX-DOAS measurement by:. Sources and atmospheric processes impacting oxalate at a suburban coastal site in Hong Kong: Insights inferred from 1 year hourly measurements.
application to wintertime anthropogenic air masses at the Puy de Dôme station. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry57 (3), DOI: /sy. Transition Metals in Cited by: His research interests are in radical kinetics and applications in combustion and atmospheric chemistry.
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Government advisory body, from toand President of the Faraday Division of.As part of the Polar Sunrise Experiments (PSE)we report our results on measurement of non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHC) collected at Alert, Northwest Territories, Canada (° N, ° W) from Julian days 57 toalong with our data on continuous methane and ozone measurements during the same by: