A new study funded by CPO’s AC4 program expands our understanding of the composition and sources of Arctic organic aerosols.
New research reveals the contribution of ⍺-pinene + NO3 in the secondary aerosol budget, and likely constitutes a major removal pathway of reactive nitrogen from the lower troposphere.
Atmospheric scientists, funded in part by CPO’s Atmospheric Chemistry, Carbon Cycle and Climate (AC4) program, developed an improved method to represent the removal of aerosols from the atmosphere in climate and air quality models.
Research led by MAPP supported PI, Dr. Suzana Camargo, examined the impact of volcanic aerosols on recent global tropical cyclone activity in observations, reanalysis, and models (including the CMIP5 multi-model).
Read our Women's History Month interview with Dr. Colette Heald, a professor at MIT, the head of the Atmospheric Chemistry and Composition Modeling Group, a PI funded by AC4, and a former NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoc.
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