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Record number 498080
Title O3 and NOx Exchange
Author(s) Loubet, B.; Castell, J.F.; Laville, P.; Personne, E.; Tuzet, A.; Ammann, C.; Emberson, L.; Ganzeveld, L.; Kowalski, A.S.; Merbold, L.; Stella, P.; Tuovinen, J.P.
Source In: Review and Integration of Biosphere-Atmosphere Modelling of Reactive Trace Gases and Volatile Aerosols / Massad, Raia-Silva, Loubet, Benjamin, Springer Netherlands - ISBN 9789401772846 - p. 163 - 167.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-7285-3_7
Department(s) Earth System Science
WIMEK
Meteorology and Air Quality
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2015
Abstract

This discussion was based on the background document “Review on modelling atmosphere-biosphere exchange of Ozone and Nitrogen oxides”, which reviews the processes contributing to biosphere-atmosphere exchange of O3 and NOx, including stomatal and non-stomatal exchange of O3 and NO, NO2. Non-stomatal exchange, including soil and chemical reactions in the canopy airspace is discussed, with a focus on how these processes are influenced by turbulent transport in the canopy. Existing models are reviewed, from big-leaf and two layer resistance to multi-layer models. Based on this background document, the discussion in the working group was organized to discuss the current gaps in modelling O3-NO-NO2 exchange and the ideal model that should be developed.

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