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study on aerosol distributions and optical properties with a global climate model

Toshihiko Takemura

study on aerosol distributions and optical properties with a global climate model

by Toshihiko Takemura

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Published by University of Tokyo, Center for Climate System Research in [Tokyo] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aerosols.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementToshihiko Takemura.
    SeriesReport -- no. 16., Report (Tōkyō Daigaku. Center for Climate System Research) -- no. 16.
    ContributionsTōkyō Daigaku. Center for Climate System Research.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 113 p. :
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16040769M

      Liu, L., and M. I. Mishchenko, Scattering and radiative properties of morphologically complex carbonaceous aerosols: a systematic modeling study.   Phys. 5, – ()This paper provides a comprehensive overview of aerosol–cloud interactions (indirect effects) in global climate models and suggest required improvements. ADS CAS.

    An interesting paper appeared in Science on Ma by Michael Mishchenko et al on “Long-Term Satellite Record Reveals Likely Recent Aerosol Trend “. They analyzed the Global Aerosol Climatology Project (GACP) data set to show a decrease in global tropospheric aerosol optical thickness by during the period from to Kravitz et al. () illustrated the importance of Kasatochi volcanic aerosol forcing on a regional scale, although the climate effect on a global scale appeared insignificant; they assumed a total SO 2 emission of Tg which was evenly distributed in three model layers (10–16 km) of .

    In contrast with the time-invariant aerosol models used in previous satellite retrieval studies [e.g.,Wang et al., ; Rao et al., ], aerosol properties in this study are calculated as a function of space and time (called the dynamic aerosol model) by incorporating an aerosol climatology for East Asia as well as observed aerosol. The CAL system was built in the Science Directorate at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Langley Research Center and is described in De Young et al. ().The lidar system is mounted on an aluminum frame as shown in Fig. frame sits on seat-track mounts designed to adapt the system into a Learjet aircraft and is pointed in the nadir by: 3.


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Study on aerosol distributions and optical properties with a global climate model by Toshihiko Takemura Download PDF EPUB FB2

Global distributions of aerosols are typically regional; thereby, they pose a strong regional signature that induces additional uncertainties in estimating aerosols, induced climate forcing.

Satellite remote sensing of aerosols has extensive applications in identifying aerosol columnar properties, especially in terms of optical depth.

PDF | The evaluation of modelling diagnostics with appropriate observations is an important task that establishes the capabilities and reliability of | Find, read and cite all the research you. The complex interactions of various atmospheric phenomena governed by aerosols are exigent to understand and model.

Variability in aerosol global distribution, mass loadings, chemical compositions, optical properties, and size distribution over various spatiotemporal and vertical scales makes aerosol the most complex parameter in global. Global distributions of the aerosol optical thickness, Ångström exponent, and single-scattering albedo are simulated using an aerosol transport model coupled with an atmospheric general.

The MIRAGE (Model for Integrated Research on Atmospheric Global Exchanges) modeling system, designed to study the impacts of anthropogenic aerosols on the global environment, is described.

MIRAGE consists of a chemical transport model coupled on line with a global climate model. @article{osti_, title = {Evaluation of Black Carbon Estimations in Global Aerosol Models}, author = {Koch, D and Schulz, M and Kinne, Stefan and McNaughton, C S and Spackman, J R and Balkanski, Y and Bauer, S and Berntsen, T and Bond, Tami C and Boucher, Olivier and Chin, M and Clarke, A D and De Luca, N and Dentener, F and Diehl, T and Dubovik, O and Easter.

@inproceedings{ChinAtmosphericAP, title={Atmospheric Aerosol Properties and Climate Impacts}, author={Mian Chin and Stephen E. Schwartz and Ralph A. Kahn}, year={} } This report critically reviews current knowledge about global distributions and properties of atmospheric aerosols as they.

Biomass burning aerosols are responsible for many environmental issues [].They have serious influence on human health and due to their optical properties and consequent impact on radiation budget, BB aerosols affect the planet climate [7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16].These aerosol particles may both absorb and scatter solar radiation, thus play a key role both in modifying Author: Tymon Zielinski, Ezio Bolzacchini, Marco Cataldi, Luca Ferrero, Sandra Graßl, Georg Hansen, David Ma.

Seasonal and inter-annual variabilities in aerosol optical depth (AOD) andaerosol size distribution are investigated using ground-based measurements (sun photometersand sun/sky radiometers), and MODIS (MODerate Imaging Spectroradiometer) and MISR(Multiangle Imaging SpectroRadiometer) satellites over Ahmedabad, Gurushikhar, Karachi,Kanpur and Gandhi Cited by: The present day knowledge is summarized and the atmospheric aerosols are given in model size distributions.

The optical properties relevant for climatological considerations are given. The most recent data about the stratospheric aerosol are given and the correlation with volcanic activities is by:   Some aerosols absorb solar radiation, altering cloud properties, atmospheric stability and circulation dynamics, and the water cycle.

Here we review recent progress towards global and regional constraints on aerosol absorption from observations and modeling, considering physical properties and combined approaches crucial for understanding the total Cited by: Several groups also use flight information to constrain aerosol optical properties in a given regions.

E.g. Lan et al. find, from a flight campaign in an urban South China atmosphere, MAC of BC at nm averaging m 2 g −1. A further use for aircraft measurements is to aid in constraining the radiative contribution of aerosol above clouds Cited by: Atmospheric particles are ubiquitous in the atmosphere: they form the seeds for cloud droplets and they form haze layers, blocking out incoming radiation and contributing to a partial cooling of our climate.

They also contribute to poor air quality and health impacts. In the present study, OPAC model has been used for obtaining the aerosol optical properties in shortwave region ( μm) from the known chemical compositions.

OPAC, based on Mie theory, can compute aerosol optical properties at 61 wavelengths starting from μm to 40 μm. It mainly has 10 aerosol components which are as follows Author: Sanat Kumar Das. The scientific problems that need to be addressed to narrow uncertainties in aerosol radiative forcing of climate require a highly coordinated observational, laboratory, and modeling program.

Figure shows a heuristic diagram of the general components of. An aerosol is defined as a suspension system of solid or liquid particles in a gas. An aerosol includes both the particles and the suspending gas, which is usually air. Frederick G. Donnan presumably first used the term aerosol during World War I to describe an aero-solution, clouds of microscopic particles in term developed analogously to the term hydrosol, a colloid.

This book recommends the initiation of an "integrated" research program to study the role of aerosols in the predicted global climate change. Current understanding suggest that, even now, aerosols, primarily from anthropogenic sources, may be reducing the rate of warming caused by greenhouse gas emissions.

Professor Cappa's research is focused on the study of physical, chemical and optical properties of atmospheric aerosols. His group uses state-of-the-art analytical techniques in the lab and the field to characterize how and why aerosol properties vary in both time and space.

Ann M. Dillner. [1] Performance of the Multiangle Imaging Spectroradiometer (MISR) early postlaunch aerosol optical thickness (AOT) retrieval algorithm is assessed quantitatively over land and ocean by comparison with a 2‐year measurement record of globally distributed AERONET Sun photometers.

There are sufficient coincident observations to stratify the data set by season Cited by: the microphysical, optical, chemical, and radiative properties of Saharan mineral dust.

The Weather Research Forecast model coupled with the Chemistry/Aerosol module (WRF-Chem) is employed to reproduce the meteorological environment and spatial and size distributions of dust. The model domain covers northwest. ISA-PM (current) References Were Found: Three methods for determining the aerosol optical properties using size distributions were discussed.

The first is referred to as a bin method in which the aerosol optical properties are determined for each bin of the size distribution.

We use a global aerosol-climate model, in which BC.The goals of this project are (1) to study the global aerosol cycle and to make a more quantitative evaluation of the effects of aerosol emissions on the Earth’s radiative balance; and (2) to identify and analyze the responsible processes in aerosol/cloud/climate interactions.

ACCOMPLISHMENT (1) Model Enhancement.Global map of aerosol optical depth at nm derived from MODIS (May–July, –) using the Deep Blue algorithm over land [Hsu et al., ] and the Dark Target ocean algorithm over oceans [Levy et al., ] (courtesy of Jaehwa Lee of NASA/GFSC).Superimposed are the locations of the world's major monsoon by: