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The Interferometric Monitor for Greenhouse Gases (IMG) on board the Japanese ADEOS platform provided the first high resolution atmospheric spectra allowing the simultaneous measurement of several IR absorbing species, including ozone. The paper describes the retrieval of total column ozone fields from nadir radiances, using an inversion algorithm developed for the Infrared Atmospheric Sounding Interferometer (IASI). The accuracy and sensitivity of the retrieved concentrations are assessed. Thedoi:10.1029/2002gl016431 fatcat:43zde6cs4jbc7fs37ly4j2u5ly
more »... lobal distributions obtained from the available IMG/ADEOS Level 1C data are shown to be in good agreement with the TOMS/ADEOS (Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer) Level 2 measurements.
Turquety et al., 2007 Turquety et al., , 2009 ). La figure 9 illustre le transport rapide d'un panache de pollution extrêmement dense associé à des feux intenses, ici en Grèce pendant l'été 2007. ...doi:10.4267/2042/45802 fatcat:er64pbnsufbtjla7wf2ab4efyu
Turquety (2007) , Atmospheric acetylene and its relationship with CO as an indicator of air mass age, ... ., 2007; Turquety et al., 2007] . The US fossil fuel source of CO is 5.0 Tg yr À1 , as compared to 7.3 Tg yr À1 by Duncan et al. ... biomass burning for summer 2004 is simulated with a daily emission inventory that accounts for large Alaskan and Canadian fires during that period and pyroconvective injection to the free troposphere [Turquety ...doi:10.1029/2006jd008268 fatcat:ydqjt7w54jestpxm3fv47vn7qa
Only the fraction of each MODIS pixel covered by vegetation is allowed to burn, as described in Turquety et al. (2014) . ... This difference is relatively small considering the large uncertainty on all parameters involved 300 in the calculation of fire emissions (estimated to ∼100% by Turquety et al. (2014) ). ...doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2016.01.034 fatcat:3lmsarrnybhlvolyyh7o53c4pq
Turquety, D. Hurtmans, J. Hadji-Lazaro, and C. Clerbaux (2005), Retrieval and characterization of ozone vertical profiles from a thermal infrared nadir sounder, ... ., 1998; Turquety et al., 2002 Turquety et al., , 2004 . ... ., 2002 Turquety et al., , 2004 . ...doi:10.1029/2005jd005845 fatcat:kzha5romsvg3djb6p6dpiemwdm
A bulk of evidence from in situ observations and lab experiments suggests that brown carbon (light-absorbing organic compounds in particles) can provide a significant yet highly variable contribution to the overall light absorption by aerosol particles from biomass burning (BB). Partly stemming from the complexity of the atmospheric evolution of organic aerosol (OA), the variability in brown carbon (BrC) absorption makes it difficult to partition the radiative effects of BrC and black carbondoi:10.3390/rs14112625 fatcat:5achxi52cjcsxegxilcrzxxy2q
more »... ) in atmospheric and climate models; as such, there are calls for satellite-based methods that could provide a statistical characterization of BrC absorption and its evolution in different regions of the world, especially in remote BB regions, such as Siberia. This study examined the feasibility of the statistical characterization of the evolution of BrC absorption and related parameters of BB aerosol in smoke plumes from intense wildfires in Siberia through the analysis of a combination of data from three satellite instruments: OMI (Ozone Monitoring Instrument), MISR (Multi-Angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer), and MODIS (Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer). Using a Monte Carlo method, which related the satellite retrievals of the absorption and extinction aerosol optical depths to Mie theory calculations of the optical properties of BB aerosol, we found that the BrC absorption, as well as the imaginary refractive index for the OA, decreased significantly in Siberian BB smoke plumes during about 30 h of the daylight evolution, nevertheless remaining considerable until at least 70 h of the daylight evolution. Overall, the study indicated that the analysis of multi-platform satellite observations of BB plumes can provide useful insights into the atmospheric evolution of BrC absorption and the partitioning of BrC and BC contributions to the total light absorption by BB aerosol.
Solène Turquety acknowledges the French space agency (CNES) for financial support. The IASI CO data were provided by LATMOS/CNRS and ULB. ... All information about this estimation is provided in Turquety et al. (2014) . This model was previously used, for example, in Rea et al. (2015) . ... A lot of parameters are involved in the calculation of these emissions, making the wildfire fluxes one of the most uncertain sources in chemistry-transport models (Grell and Baklanov, 2011; Turquety et ...doi:10.5194/acp-18-2687-2018 fatcat:wsv77kk4frfnfmeofhntnoa2ee
The daily fire emissions are calculated using the APIFLAME fire emission model v1.0 (Turquety et al., 2014) , as described in Majdi et al. (2019) . ... VOC emissions Daily fire emissions of toluene, xylene, phenol, benzene and furan are estimated by the APIFLAME fire emission model (Turquety et al., 2014) . ...doi:10.5194/acp-19-5543-2019 fatcat:ss65euzutzarlgnmouwv3lmfmi
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> CHIMERE is a chemistry-transport model designed for regional atmospheric composition. It can be used at a variety of scales from local to continental domains. However, due to the model design and its historical use as a regional model, major limitations had remained, hampering its use at hemispheric scale, due to the coordinate system used for transport as well as to missing processes that are important in regions outside Europe. Most of these limitations have beendoi:10.5194/gmd-10-2397-2017 fatcat:r7dqukfsrfabzbdqqmizkv36ly
more »... removed in the CHIMERE-2017 version, allowing its use in any region of the world and at any scale, from the scale of a single urban area up to hemispheric scale, with or without polar regions included. Other important improvements have been made in the treatment of the physical processes affecting aerosols and the emissions of mineral dust. From a computational point of view, the parallelization strategy of the model has also been updated in order to improve model numerical performance and reduce the code complexity. The present article describes all these changes. Statistical scores for a model simulation over continental Europe are presented, and a simulation of the circumpolar transport of volcanic ash plume from the Puyehue volcanic eruption in June 2011 in Chile provides a test case for the new model version at hemispheric scale.</p>
The MODIS datasets are processed using the APIFLAME model (Turquety et al. 2020 ) in order to derive daily BA and FRP distributions over the RegIPSL domain. ...doi:10.1007/s00382-021-05938-y fatcat:yqnw7gizunfatjcsdeogndfg2i
CHIMERE is a chemistry-transport model initially designed for box-modelling of regional atmospheric composition. In the past decade, it has been converted into a 3D eulerian model that could be used at a variety of scales from local to continental domains. However, due to the model design and its historic use as a regional model, major limitations had remained, prohibiting its use at hemispheric scale, due to the coordinate system used for transport as well as to missing processes that aredoi:10.5194/gmd-2016-196 fatcat:mrpotrlsobff3gi33jhn5v5cem
more »... tant in regions outside Europe. Most of these limitations have been lifted in the CHIMERE-2016 version, allowing its use in any region of the world and at any scale, from the scale of a single urban area up to hemispheric scale, including or not polar regions. Other important improvements have been brought in the treatment of the physical processes affecting aerosols and the emissions of mineral dust. From a computational point of view, the parallelization strategy of the model has also been improved in order to improve model numerical performance. <br><br> The present article describes all these changes. Scores for a model simulation over continental Europe are presented, and a simulation of the circumpolar transport of volcanic ash plume from the Puyehue volcanic eruption in June 2011 in Chile provides a test case for the new model version at hemispheric scale.
All information about this estimation are provided in Turquety et al. (2014) . This model was previously used, for example, in Rea et al. (2015) . ...doi:10.5194/acp-2017-852 fatcat:ohzczfgrovgavjuvkieaowsamy
., Turquety, S., Sartelet, K., Legorgeu, C., Menut, L., and Kim, Y.: Impact of wildfires on particulate matter in the Euro- BBP OA1 + OH k b − −−− → BBSOA0 + OH (DR4) BBP OA2 + OH k b − −−− → BBSOA1 + ... vaporization 10 yields and emission factors from fires of various vegetation types.Daily fire emissions of toluene, xylene, phenol, benzene and furan are estimated by the APIFLAME fire emission model (Turquety ...doi:10.5194/acp-2018-1065 fatcat:unfibxr6drcfbeexc2hqdevdvq
., 1999 , Turquety et al., 2004 . ... , 2014 Karagulian et al., 2010; Sears et al., 2013; Walker et al., 2012) ; fire plumes observation and composition Duflot et al., 2013; Huijnen et al., 2012; Krol et al., 2013; R'Honi et al., 2013; Turquety ...doi:10.1016/j.crte.2015.06.001 fatcat:yxwhhr4tnfguzolnzzb2qq2xxu
This is achieved using the APIFLAME model (Turquety et al., 2014) , which estimates aerosols and chemical species emissions produced by biomass burning. ...doi:10.5194/acp-2017-552 fatcat:5ng6q2ggefbzbebwmd7wzzpebe
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