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!width="300px" bgcolor="#CCCCCC"|Hg and POPs Working Group Co-Chairs
 
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*[http://www.uow.edu.au/~jennyf/ Jenny Fisher]
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*[http://www.uow.edu.au/~jennyf/ Jenny Fisher] (GitHub: [https://github.com/jennyfisher @jennyfisher])
*[http://myweb.fsu.edu/cdholmes/ Chris Holmes]
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*[http://myweb.fsu.edu/cdholmes/ Chris Holmes] (GitHub: [https://github.com/cdholmes @cdholmes])
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*[https://as.nju.edu.cn/ Yanxu Zhang] (GitHub: [https://github.com/yanxuz yanxuz])
  
 
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|UW
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|Hg long-range transport and deposition over Alaska
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|[mailto:jaegle@uw.edu Lyatt Jaeglé]
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|05 Jul 2010
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|MIT
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|Development of a PCB simulation and assessment of climate change impacts on pathways to the Arctic
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|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:clf@mit.edu Carey Friedman]
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|05 May 2015
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|MIT
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|Analysis of Wet Deposition and RGM to constrain Hg-Br chemistry
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|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:song33@mit.edu Shaojie Song]
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|05 May 2015
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|Harvard
 
|Harvard
|Hg continental-scale source-receptor relationships
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|PCB ocean simulation in the mitgcm coupled to GEOS-Chem atmosphere.
|[mailto:sturges@fas.harvard.edu Bess Sturges Corbitt]
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|[mailto:cwagner@g.harvard.edu Charlotte Wagner]  
|02 Aug 2010
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|June 2016
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|Harvard
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|Hg coupled atmosphere-terrestrial exchange and future climate change simulations
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|[mailto:sturges@fas.harvard.edu Bess Sturges Corbitt]
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|02 Aug 2010
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|Harvard
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|Updating the surface ocean representation with methyl mercury species (focus on the Arctic)
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|[mailto:alsoeren@hsph.harvard.edu Anne L. Soerensen]
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|16 Nov 2011
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|Harvard
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|Fate of Hg released from products
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|[mailto:hmhorow@fas.harvard.edu Hannah Horowitz]
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|22 Sep 2011
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|UCIrvine
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|Mercury isotope budget and processes
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|[mailto:cdholmes@uci.edu Christopher Holmes]
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|31 Jan 2012
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|UCIrvine
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|Mercury processes in the tropics 
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|[mailto:cdholmes@uci.edu Christopher Holmes]
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|31 Jan 2012
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|MIT
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|Incorporating EDGAR and UNEP/AMAP 2010 emissions inventories
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|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:song33@mit.edu Shaojie Song]  
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|Jan 2013
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|MIT
 
|MIT
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|Apr 2017
 
|Apr 2017
 
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|UOW
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|MIT
|Southern Hemisphere Hg with focus on Australia (and possibly Antarctic)
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|Incorporating AMAP/UNEP 2035 emissions inventories (Pacyna et al., 2016)
|[mailto:jennyf@uow.edu.au Jenny Fisher] and<br> [mailto:ncp532@uowmail.edu.au Neil Page]
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|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:angot@mit.edu Helene Angot]  
|12 Apr 2017
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|13 April 2017
 
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|MIT
|MTU
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|Influence of the reactivity observed on the Antarctic plateau in summer on Hg deposition on a continental scale
|Effects of climate change on atmospheric transport and deposition of mercury
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|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:angot@mit.edu Helene Angot]  
|[mailto:huanxinz@mtu.edu Huanxin Zhang]
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|13 April 2017
|27 Sep 2013
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|Harvard
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|Adding selenium chemistry to the slab surface ocean Hg-model
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|[mailto:alsoeren@hsph.harvard.edu Anne L. Soerensen]
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|15 Oct 2013
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|PKU
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|Global change impacts on Hg biogeochemical cycling: insights on atmospheric Hg trends
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|[mailto:chl@pku.edu.cn Long Chen]
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|8 Aug 2014
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|Harvard
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|Improved atmospheric oxidation mechanism for Hg(0) including updated Dibble chemistry and other updates, constrained and evaluated to match the ensemble of global atmospheric observations. The mechanism will rely on updated GEOS-Chem Br and Cl fields currently being developed by Johan Schmidt in a separate Harvard project focused on reconciling the model with new aircraft and satellite observations of BrO and HOBr. Johan Schmidt's work is expected to be submitted for publication in summer 2015 and at that point his 3-D halogen fields can be submitted for inclusion in the standard GEOS-Chem Hg model. We expect to submit our finalized and evaluated Hg(0)/Hg(II) mechanism for publication in summer/fall 2015 and at that point this will also be submitted to the standard GEOS-Chem model.
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|[mailto:hmhorow@fas.harvard.edu Hannah Horowitz]  [mailto:jschmidt@seas.harvard.edu Johan Schmidt]
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|9 Sep 2014
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|MIT
 
|MIT
|Developing nested policy emissions scenarios (Great Lakes, US, global)
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|Evaluating impact of meteorological variability on wet deposition using GEOS-5, and an ensemble of present, mid-century, and end-of-century met fields from MIT IGSM-CAM
 
|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:agiang@mit.edu Amanda Giang]  
 
|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:agiang@mit.edu Amanda Giang]  
|06 May 2015
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|01 May 2017
 
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|MIT
 
|MIT
|Evaluating EDGAR v4.tox2 emissions inventories, with different regional and sectoral speciation scenarios
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|Evaluating mercury co-benefits of climate policy in China
|[mailto:marilena.muntean@jrc.ec.europa.eu Marilena Muntean (EDGAR lead)], [mailto:song33@mit.edu Shaojie Song] and<br>[mailto:agiang@mit.edu Amanda Giang]  
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|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:mulvaney@mit.edu Katie Mulvaney]  
|06 May 2015
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|15 May 2017
 
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|Harvard
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|UOW
|PCB ocean simulation in the mitgcm coupled to GEOS-Chem atmosphere.
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|Southern Hemisphere Hg with focus on Southern Ocean and Australia
|[mailto:cwagner@g.harvard.edu Charlotte Wagner]  
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|[mailto:jennyf@uow.edu.au Jenny Fisher] and<br> [mailto:ncp532@uowmail.edu.au Neil Page]
|June 2016
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|April 2019
 
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|University of York  
 
|University of York  
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|April 2017
 
|April 2017
 
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|MIT
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|FSU
|Incorporating AMAP/UNEP 2035 emissions inventories (Pacyna et al., 2016)
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|Development of fast ocean Hg simulation
|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:angot@mit.edu Helene Angot]  
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|[mailto:cdholmes@fsu.edu Chris Holmes]
|13 April 2017
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|May 2017
 
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|MIT
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|Harvard
|Influence of the reactivity observed on the Antarctic plateau in summer on Hg deposition on a continental scale
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|Gas-phase photolysis of HgII species
|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:angot@mit.edu Helene Angot]  
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|[mailto:thackray@seas.harvard.edu Colin Thackray]
|13 April 2017
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|May 2019
 
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|MIT
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|Harvard
|Evaluating impact of meteorological variability on wet deposition using GEOS-5, and an ensemble of present, mid-century, and end-of-century met fields from MIT IGSM-CAM
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|GTMM terrestrial development
|[mailto:selin@mit.edu Noelle Selin] and<br>[mailto:agiang@mit.edu Amanda Giang]  
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|[mailto:bgeyman@fas.harvard.edu Ben Geyman]
|01 May 2017
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|May 2019
 
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--[[User:Bmy|Bob Y.]] 15:13, 25 April 2014 (EDT)
 
  
 
== Recent GEOS-Chem updates related to Hg and POPs ==
 
== Recent GEOS-Chem updates related to Hg and POPs ==

Latest revision as of 19:42, 10 August 2020

All users interested in the GEOS-Chem mercury and persistent organic pollutant (POPs) simulations are encouraged to subscribe to the Hg and POPs email list (click on the link in the contact information section below).

Information on existing projects and future developments in aerosols will be posted here. We encourage user groups to keep their information up-to-date.

Contact information

Hg and POPs Working Group Co-Chairs
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--Bob Y. (talk) 18:22, 21 August 2015 (UTC)

Current GEOS-Chem Hg and POPs Projects (please add yours!)

User Group Description Contact Person Date Added or Updated


Harvard PCB ocean simulation in the mitgcm coupled to GEOS-Chem atmosphere. Charlotte Wagner June 2016
MIT PFCA atmospheric simulation Noelle Selin and
Colin Thackray
Apr 2017
MIT Incorporating AMAP/UNEP 2035 emissions inventories (Pacyna et al., 2016) Noelle Selin and
Helene Angot
13 April 2017
MIT Influence of the reactivity observed on the Antarctic plateau in summer on Hg deposition on a continental scale Noelle Selin and
Helene Angot
13 April 2017
MIT Evaluating impact of meteorological variability on wet deposition using GEOS-5, and an ensemble of present, mid-century, and end-of-century met fields from MIT IGSM-CAM Noelle Selin and
Amanda Giang
01 May 2017
MIT Evaluating mercury co-benefits of climate policy in China Noelle Selin and
Katie Mulvaney
15 May 2017
UOW Southern Hemisphere Hg with focus on Southern Ocean and Australia Jenny Fisher and
Neil Page
April 2019
University of York Development of online regional PAH model Peter Ivatt April 2017
FSU Development of fast ocean Hg simulation Chris Holmes May 2017
Harvard Gas-phase photolysis of HgII species Colin Thackray May 2019
Harvard GTMM terrestrial development Ben Geyman May 2019
Add yours here!

Recent GEOS-Chem updates related to Hg and POPs

The following development items have recently been added to GEOS-Chem:

Version Released Update Author(s)
v11-01 Jan 2017 Updates to PAH code Carey Friedman (MIT)
v11-01 Jan 2017 Hg Ocean MLD bug fixes Amanda Giang (MIT)
v11-01 Jan 2017 Hg Ocean rate coefficients (as an option, not default) Shaojie Song (MIT)
v11-01 Jan 2017 Hg Arctic process updates Jenny Fisher (Wollongong)
v11-01 Jan 2017 Hg emission updates (NEI2011, NPRI2011, UNEP2010 with adjustments for and emission controls) Yanxu Zhang (Harvard)
Amanda Giang (MIT)
v11-01 Jan 2017 Add option for QFED & FINN emissions in the Hg simulations Jenny Fisher (Wollongong)
v10-01 May 2015 The HEMCO emissions component now computes emissions of Hg species. It also reads oxidant files from disk. Christoph Keller (fmr Harvard)
GCST
v9-02 Mar 2014 Development of GEOS-5 0.5x0.667 nested grid Hg simulation over the N. American domain Yanxu Zhang (U. Washington)
v9-02 Mar 2014 Development of GEOS-5 0.5x0.667 nested grid Hg simulation over the N. American domain Yanxu Zhang (U. Washington)
v9-02 Mar 2014 Implement NEI 2005 Hg emission inventory over US Yanxu Zhang (U. Washington)
v9-02 Mar 2014 Correct Hg simulation to use updated Hg(0) oxidation kinetics Bess Corbitt(Harvard)
Justin Parella (Harvard)
v9-02 Mar 2014 Option to use GEOS-Chem Br/BrO fields from Justin Parrella Bess Corbitt(Harvard)
Justin Parella (Harvard)
v9-02 Mar 2014 Streets future Hg emissions Bess Corbitt (Harvard)
v9-02 Mar 2014 POPs simulation: Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons Carey Friedman (MIT)
Noelle Selin (MIT)
v9-01-03 Sep 2012 Hg(II) gas-particle partitioning Helen Amos (Harvard)
v9-01-03 Sep 2012 Nested grid simulation over North America Yanxu Zhang (UW)
v9-01-02 Nov 2011 Hg anthropogenic emissions options for the year 2006 or 2050 following SRES scenarios A1B, A2, B1, and B2 from Streets et al. 2009. Bess Sturges Corbitt (Harvard)
v9-01-02 Nov 2011 Bug fixes impacting the Hg simulation: Chris Holmes (UC Irvine)
Team Hg
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On-going Hg and POPs Working Group Developments

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--Bob Y. 15:14, 25 April 2014 (EDT)

Issues / Topics for Discussion

More discussion of the Hg simulation (code, issues, diagnostics) can be found on the Mercury page.