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Revisiting dry deposition of trace gases and particles in the atmosphere

Delphine Farmer

Dry deposition is a key process that removes trace gases and particles from the atmosphere, and thus one factor that controls the atmospheric lifetime of pollutants and short-lived climate forcers. In fact, dry deposition is the single largest component of uncertainty in our understanding of aerosol effects on climate. Despite its importance, dry deposition of trace gases and particles is poorly constrained by observations due to the instrumental challenge in measuring surface-atmosphere exchange.

Speaker: Delphine Farmer, Univ. of Colorado

Tuesday, 11/05/19


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