Hg and POPs Working Group
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.
|Hg and POPs Working Group Chair||Lyatt Jaeglé|
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Current GEOS-Chem Hg and POPs Projects (please add yours!)
|User Group||Description||Contact Person||Date Added|
|UW||N. American nested grid Hg simulation development||Yanxu Zhang||July 5 2010|
|UW||Hg long-range transport and deposition over Alaska||Lyatt Jaeglé||July 5 2010|
|MIT||Development of a PAH and PCB simulation and assessment of climate change impacts on pathways to the Arctic||Noelle Selin||July 5 2010|
|MIT||Analysis of Wet Deposition and RGM to constrain Hg-Br chemistry||Noelle Selin||July 5 2010|
|Harvard||Hg(II) gas-particle partitioning||Helen Amos||July 6 2010|
|Harvard||Hg continental-scale source-receptor relationships||Bess Sturges Corbitt||August 2 2010|
|Harvard||Hg coupled atmosphere-terrestrial exchange and future climate change simulations||Bess Sturges Corbitt||August 2 2010|
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- Hg anthropogenic emissions options for the year 2006 or 2050 following SRES scenarios A1B, A2, B1, and B2 from Streets et al. 2009. (contact: Bess Sturges Corbitt, Harvard).
On-going Hg and POPs Working Group Developments
- Development of GEOS-5 0.5x0.667 nested grid Hg simulation over the N. American domain. (contact: Yanxu Zhang, UW).