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Case Studies of Ozone Transport Between North America and Europe in Summer 2000 : Volume 5, Issue 4 (17/08/2005)

By Guerova, G.

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Title: Case Studies of Ozone Transport Between North America and Europe in Summer 2000 : Volume 5, Issue 4 (17/08/2005)  
Author: Guerova, G.
Volume: Vol. 5, Issue 4
Language: English
Subject: Science, Atmospheric, Chemistry
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Copernicus GmbH
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Publication Date:
2005
Publisher: Copernicus Gmbh, Göttingen, Germany
Member Page: Copernicus Publications

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Bey, I., Attié, J., Martin, R. V., & Guerova, G. (2005). Case Studies of Ozone Transport Between North America and Europe in Summer 2000 : Volume 5, Issue 4 (17/08/2005). Retrieved from http://ebooklibrary.org/


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Description: Laboratoire de Modélisation de la Chimie Atmosphérique, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland. This paper reports on Long Range Transport (LRT) of ozone and related species over the North Atlantic ocean and its impact on Europe. Measurements of NO2 and O3 columns from the GOME and MOPITT satellite instruments are first used in conjunction with the GEOS-CHEM global model of transport and tropospheric chemistry to identify the major events of LRT that reach Europe over the course of the summer 2000. Model simulations are then used to examine surface O3 observations at a European mountain site and O3 vertical profiles over several European cities to quantify the impact of the LRT events on the European ozone distributions. Over the course of summer 2000, we identified nine major episodes of pollution transport between North America and Europe, which are in majority associated with WCB/post-frontal outflow (7 events) and zonal transport (2 events). We find that on average three episodes occur per month with the strongest ones being in June. The number and frequency of LRT events that reach Europe after leaving North America is strongly driven by the position and strength of the Azores anticyclone. After leaving North America, the plumes can either i) travel in the North American cyclones, mostly in the Warm Conveyor Belt (WCB), tracking poleward and thus reach Europe at high latitudes; ii) be transported zonally between 40° and 55° N directly to Europe; iii) be incorporated into the Azores anticyclone and reach Europe at mid-latitudes. Based on model sensitivity simulation it can be concluded that on average the North American sources of ozone contribute between 2–8 ppb in PBL and 10–13 ppb in FT. During particular episodes the North American sources resulted in O3 enhancement up to 25–28 ppb in the layer between 800–600 hPa and 10–12 ppb in PBL. For some episodes a substantial North American contribution (30% or higher) does not translate into a well marked enhancement of the total O3.

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Case studies of ozone transport between North America and Europe in summer 2000

 

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