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GEOS-CHEM Activities at NIA. Hongyu Liu National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) at NASA LaRC June 2, 2003. 210 Pb- 7 Be-O 3 relationships. 210 Pb- 7 Be-O 3 relationships during PEM-West A (Sept-Oct 1991). 210 Pb-O 3. 7 Be-O 3. Near Asia. Remote Pacific. Near Asia. Remote Pacific. UT. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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GEOS-CHEM Activities at NIA Hongyu Liu National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) at NASA LaRC June 2, 2003
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Page 1: GEOS-CHEM Activities at NIA

GEOS-CHEM Activities at NIA

Hongyu Liu

National Institute of Aerospace (NIA)at NASA LaRC

June 2, 2003

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210Pb-7Be-O3 relationships

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210Pb-7Be-O3 relationships during PEM-West A (Sept-Oct 1991)

Near Asia Remote Pacific Remote PacificNear Asia

210Pb-O37Be-O3

UT

MT

LT

OBSERVATION vs. MODEL

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210Pb-7Be-O3 relationships during PEM-West B

210Pb-O37Be-O3

UT

LT

MT

OBSERVATION vs. MODEL

Near Asia Remote Pacific Near Asia Remote Pacific

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210Pb-7Be-O3 relationships during TRACE-P

< 30oN > 30oN < 30oN > 30oN

210Pb-O37Be-O3

UT

LT

MT

OBSERVATION vs. MODEL

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• RAQMS (regional) & GEOS-CHEM (global);• LaRC/UW Regional Air Quality Modeling System (RAQMS) jointly developed by NASA Langley and Univ Wisconsin [Pierce et al., 2003]; • Fast-J2 scheme recently implemented in RAQMS• Cloud and trace gas distributions• Cloud optical depth (model vs. satellite)• ……

The effect of clouds on Asian pollution outflowduring TRACE-P

(with Brad Pierce, Jim Crawford, et al.)

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Intercontinental transport, Continental outflow, and Chemical processing of aerosols

with GEOS-CHEM

Duncan Fairlie*

Rokjin Park

Daniel Jacob

Dept. Earth and Planetary Sciences

Harvard University

*Also NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA

2 June 2003

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Project Goals:(1) Assess the impact of intercontinental

transport of mineral dust on aerosol concentrations in North America

(2) Assess the global impact of heterogeneous uptake on mineral dust on SO4

= production and NOy partitioning

(3) Quantify export of aerosols and precursors from the North America, and relate to sources.

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Aerosol Module in GEOS-CHEM•

Aerosol Module: Based on GOCART (Chin et al., 2002): SO4, sea salt, dust, OC, EC.• Added NH3 (Adams et al., 1999), H2SO4-HNO3-NH3-H2O thermodynamics (Nenes et al., 1998). Rokjin Park

• Dust module:• Mobilization: Ginoux et al. (2001) • Dry deposition: Zhang et al. (2000) • Wet deposition: Liu et al. (2001)• Dust size bins: 0.1-1.0, 1.0-1.8, 1.8-3.0, 3.0-6.0 m radius.

Full coupling with oxidant-aerosol chemistry: gas-aqueous sulfur oxidation; HNO3/nitrate partitioning; heterogeneous uptake of N2O5, NO2, NO3, HO2; impact on photolysis rates. •

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1. How much does Asian dust contribute to

concentrations over North America?

• Use GEOS-CHEM to quantify intercontinental transport

of dust to the U.S.

• Evaluate the model with data from the IMPROVE network, AERONET observations, TRACE-P and ACE-Asia data, and MODIS AOD.

• Assess the model against the constraints of observations.

Simulated dustApril, 2001

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2001 annual dust simulation

Total Emission: 2500Tg/yr DRYD: 1400Tg/yr

WETD: 1100Tg/yr Avg. Burden: 37Tg

200500

50 2000mg/m2

Tons/km2/yr

Tons/km2/yr

Tons/km2/yr

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IMPROVE sites: extreme Asian dust event in April 2001

0 4 8 g/m3

16 April, 2001 22 April 2001

IMPROVEDust PM2.5

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IMPROVEPM2.5 dust

MODELw/ all sources

Modelw/o NA sources

18 westsites

12 east sites

Discrepancies between model and data suggest local sources too strong

April 2001

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2. Evaluate global impact of uptake of SO4

= and NO3- on dust

• GEOS-CHEM - fully coupled aerosol-gas simulation.

• Uptake of HNO3, SO2, H2SO4 on dust.

• Carry alkalinity as a tracer to limit uptake

• Distinguish alkalinity differences at source.

• Use obs. to assess simulation, and constrain sources.

TRACE-PACE-Asia

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3. Impact of continental outflow on the

global atmosphere:Key science objective of INTEX: What is the aerosol outflow from N. America, and

how does it relate to surface sources? What are the outflow mechanisms, and how do

they differ for aerosols, gases?

INTEXMission2004

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The role of dust: Navajo Mountain, Page, AZ typical view 16 April 2001

EPA regional haze rule: “return Federal Class I regions to naturalvisibility conditions by 2064.”

Dust arrivesbehind coldfront

SeaWifs 11 April

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Chemical modification due to uptake of HNO3, SO2, H2SO4 on mineral dust

• Change global NOx/HNO3 partitioning.

and impact O3 budget.

• Speed up SO2 conversion to sulfate, and impact the SO4

= lifetime.

• Make dust hygroscopic and promote additional aqueous surface reactions, e.g. SO2, N2O5

• Shift aerosol sizes to larger particles. Impact radiative properties.


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