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  • Meemong Lee has created a detailed flowchart of the inverse model code structure. http: ...I2008 Emissions Inventory. Katie Travis; Fabien Paulot, Harvard; Hyungmin Lee, and Daven Henze, CU Boulder.
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  • Please contact Lee Murray ...g remains reasonable during your simulation period, you'll need to provide Lee Murray with the unconstrained flash rates so he can generate the OTD/LIS fa
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  • |Lee Murray (Rochester) |Lee Murray (Rochester)
    88 KB (13,622 words) - 21:57, 20 December 2019
  • |Lee Murray (Rochester)<br>Bob Yantosca (GCST) |Lee Murray (Rochester)
    134 KB (18,862 words) - 02:47, 10 November 2020
  • |Lee Murray (Columbia) |Katie Travis (Harvard)<br>Lee Murray (NASA GISS/LDEO)
    99 KB (15,237 words) - 18:45, 28 May 2020
  • [mailto:ltmurray@post.harvard.edu Lee Murray] discovered a bug that affected how GEOS-Chem was computing the clou ...eas.harvard.edu/~ltmurray/LNOx.v9-01-01.Release.Notes.pdf this document by Lee Murray]. This document also describes the new vertical profiles that are u
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  • *Lee Murray (Harvard) *Lee Murray (Harvard)
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  • ...J.-H., Jung, S.-W., Park, J.-M., Lee, S.-B., Han, J.-S., Hong, J.-H., and Lee, S.-J.: ''Korean national emissions inventory system and 2007 air pollutant
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  • |Lee Murray (Harvard)<br>Matt Cooper (Dalhousie) |Lee Murray (Harvard)
    38 KB (5,526 words) - 15:22, 19 June 2019
  • * Fu, T. M., Cao, J. J., Zhang, X. Y., Lee, S. C., Zhang, Q., Han, Y. M., Qu, W. J., Han, Z., Zhang, R., Wang, Y. X., * Shim, C., Lee, J., and Wang, Y.: Effect of continental sources and sinks on the seasonal
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  • |Melissa Sulprizio ([[GCST]])<br>Lee Murray (NASA GISS/LDEO) |Meemong Lee (JPL)<br>Richard Weidner (JPL)<br>Lizzie Lundgren ([[GCST]])<br>Kevin Bowma
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  • *''Moisture fix:'' Meemong Lee (JPL), Richard Weidner, Lizzie Lundgren ([[GCST]]), Kevin Bowman (JPL) *''MERRA-2 fullchem:'' Melissa Sulprizio (GCST), Lee Murray (NASA GISS/LDEO)
    166 KB (26,088 words) - 18:43, 28 May 2020
  • |Lee Murray (Rochester) |Lee Murray (NASA GISS/LDEO)
    158 KB (24,655 words) - 18:49, 28 May 2020
  • |[mailto:ltmurray@fas.harvard.edu Lee Murray] |[mailto:ltmurray@fas.harvard.edu Lee Murray]
    12 KB (1,902 words) - 18:22, 8 December 2016
  • |[mailto:ltmurray@fas.harvard.edu Lee Murray] |[mailto:ltmurray@fas.harvard.edu Lee Murray]
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  • Meemong Lee and Richard Weidner (JPL) issued a [http://wiki.seas.harvard.edu/geos-chem/ ...tes in v11-01a. The dry surface pressure is a bug fix submitted by Meemong Lee and Richard Weidner of JPL. It is used in advection and to construct mass p
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  • |Collin Lee (Dalhousie), Bob Yantosca (Harvard) |Meemong Lee
    24 KB (3,509 words) - 18:00, 25 September 2018
  • Lee Murray found a typo in the latlon_geos1x1.txt file used for the MAP_A2A reg '''''[mailto:ltmurray@seas.harvard.edu Lee Murray] wrote:'''''
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  • ...ct the number of particles in the smallest bins of those models. See Y. H. Lee, J. R. Pierce, and P. J. Adams 2013 [http://www.geosci-model-dev-discuss.ne ...from TOMAS size-resolved composition and Kohler theory. Developed by Yunha Lee and Jeffrey Pierce, adapted for GEOS-Chem output by Jeffrey Pierce.
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  • ...T., Lee, L. A., Zhang, K., Ghan, S. J., Easter, R. C., Liu, X., Stier, P., Lee, Y. H., Adams, P. J., Tost, H., Lelieveld, J., Bauer, S. E., Tsigaridis, K. ..., S., Jimenez, J. L., Kaiser, J. W., Kirkev├ąg, A., Koch, D., Kokkola, H., Lee, Y. H, Lin, G., Liu, X., Luo, G., Ma, X., Mann, G. W., Mihalopoulos, N., Mo
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