ATom Related GEOS-Chem Projects

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About ATom

  • ATom (Atmospheric Tomography) is a NASA airborne project focused on characterizing the composition of the global atmosphere. The project consists of 4 global transects (down the Pacific and up the Atlantic), one in each season which took place from 2016-2018. There is tremendous interest in using the ATom dataset to explore questions of interest to the GEOS-Chem community. The goal of this webpage is to enable communication across the GEOS-Chem community about these projects.
  • Observations from the first two ATom flights (ATom-1 and ATom-2) are publicly available on the ESPO archive. All the data is accessible to members of the ATom Science Team (Lee Murray, Eloise Marais, Colette Heald) and their groups.

ATom-Related GEOS-Chem Projects

Name Institution Email Model Version Focus Date Added
Sidhant Pai MIT sidhantp [at] mit [dot] edu v11-02c Organic aerosol (as part of a larger airborne-data evaluation of OA) April 25, 2018

Katie Travis MIT ktravis [at] mit [dot] edu v11-02c CO, including primary emissions and secondary sources from VOCs; organic aerosol aging April 25, 2018
Lee Murray University of Rochester lee.murray [at] rochester [dot] edu v11-01, v11-02f Evaluating background HOx and NOy budgets April 25, 2018
Eloise Marais University of Birmingham E.A.Marais [at] bham [dot] ac [dot] uk v10-01 Anthropogenic emissions from Africa; IEPOX SOA April 25, 2018
Tomas Sherwen University of York tomas.sherwen [at] york [dot] ac [dot] uk v10-01, v11-02e Evaluation of reactive halogen in the model April 25, 2018
Peter Ivatt University of York peter.ivatt [at] york [dot] ac [dot] uk v11-01 Evaluation of ozone distribution as wider ozone evaluation April 25, 2018
Ryan Pound University of York tomas.sherwen [at] york [dot] ac [dot] uk v11-01 Evaluation of ozone dry deposition to ocean April 25, 2018

--Colette Heald 22:14, 25 April 2018 (UTC)