GEO/AOS/PEI Climate Seminar

Mon, Nov 12, 2018, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

The radiative and chemical properties of Earth's atmosphere - of paramount importance for climate - are dominated by gases with minute abundances. The atmospheric circulation disperses these trace gases from their source regions to regions of chemical destruction or deposition, and as such plays a critical role for their distributions and mass budgets. In turn, atmospheric observations of trace gases in combination with global numerical models provide a wealth of information on the circulation of Earth's atmosphere.

In this presentation, I will (i) review the extensive efforts made to build atmospheric composition measurements from satellites, and its global chemistry climate modeling capability, the Goddard Earth Observing S (GEOS) model; and (ii) demonstrate how this combination of measure and numerical modeling is crucial for our understanding of Earth's atmosphere, and changes therein.

Location: 
Guyot 220
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