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A comprehensive model analysis of the UK atmospheric composition and air-surface exchange of pollutants

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Atmospheric particulate matter (PM) and ozone concentrations are governed by the transport, transformation and deposition of many chemical species. PM and ozone have a range of impacts including on climate through radiative forcing and on human health. Atmospheric chemistry transport models are routinely used to calculate current and future atmospheric composition, and/or used to assess the damage caused by pollution fluxes to the ecosystems and human health.

I present here some application of the EMEP4UK model and attempt to compare and discuss the model results with a variety of measurements available in the UK.

This talk is part of the Centre for Atmospheric Science seminars, Chemistry Dept. series.

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