GEOS-Chem Nested Model

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This page provides information for users interested in the GEOS-Chem nested grid simulations.

Contact information

Nested Model Scientists

Current Regional Working Group Projects (Please add yours!)

User Group Description Funding Contact Person
Tsinghua Nested-grid GEOS-Chem model development; Regional air quality over East Asia and interactions with the globe N/A Yuxuan Wang
SNU Regional PM simulations over East Asia Ministry of Environment in Korea Rokjin Park
US EPA N/A Rob Pinder
U. Tennessee N/A Joshua Fu
Nat'l Obs. Athens N/A Anna Protonotariou
U. L'Aquila Buondary conditions to CHIMERE model over Europe, focus on Saharan dust transport. ASI (Italian Space Agency) Gabriele Curci
Georgia Tech. N/A Tao Zeng
U. Toronto N/A Jane Liu
Peking University Regional air quality in East Asia, Inversion of trace gas emissions using satellite products N/A May Fu
Dalhousie U. Surface PM2.5 retrieval using satellite products N/A Aaron van Donkelaar
Dalhousie U. Nested aerosol microphysics (TOMAS). NOx/ultrafine aerosol concentration relationships. Topographic influence on microphysics N/A Jeffrey Pierce
SUNY-Albany Regional particle formation, evolution, and properties: Nested-grid GEOS-Chem (with APM) simulations and comparisons with measurements Fangqun Yu
U. Edinburgh Quantify the impact of boreal biomass burning outflow on tropospheric chemistry over the North Atlantic: Nested grid simulations and evaluation with ground-based, aircraft, and satellite observations Mark Parrington
Emory University Improving MISR Aerosol retrieval with GEOS-Chem simulated aerosol composition NASA Yang Liu
Peking University Carbonaceous aerosols in China May Fu
Peking University Two-way nesting model for GESO-Chem and impacts on regional air quality and long-range transport Jintai Lin
CSU Investigation of inorganic aerosol and role of NH3 during CalNex Luke Schiferl
University of Wollongong Nested grid for Australia L'Oréal-UNESCO Jenny Fisher
Harvard Variability of HCHO Over the Southeastern United States Observed from Space NASA AQAST Lei Zhu
UNL GEOS-Chem Satellite Simulator for future sensors NASA Jun Wang
Harvard, York, CSU Develop 0.5° x 0.67° grid for continental Africa (Eloise) and 0.25° x 0.3125° grid for West Africa (Mat, Eleanor, Daven) Eloise Marais, Mat Evans, Eleanor Morris Daven Henze
Purdue Develop 0.5° x 0.67° grid for the Arctic Zeli Tan
Peking University Regional ozone and PM pollution over Asia; Develop 0.25 x 0.3125 degree simulation in the adjoint model Lin Zhang
University of York Evaluation of the GC European grid for AQ applications Mat Evans Tim Garstin
US EPA Develop Boundary Conditions for USA Regional Chemical Transport Models for 2015 and 2016 Barron H. Henderson
Dalhousie U. Develop stretched grid for GCHP Liam Bindle

Nested-grid capability for offline simulations

The following offline simulations have been updated for the nested grid:

Simulation Author Status
Nested-grid CO2 simulation Yuxuan Wang (Tsinghua U.) Added to GEOS-Chem v9-01-03
CH4 simulation (North America) Kevin Wecht (Harvard) Added to GEOS-Chem v9-01-03
Hg simulation (North America) Yanxu Zhang (U. Washington) Added to GEOS-Chem v9-02

Further reading

Two-way coupling between global and nested GEOS-Chem models

For those who are interested in two-way coupling between global and nested GEOS-Chem models, including setups, see Two-way coupling between global and nested GEOS-Chem models

--Jintai Lin 22:15, 23 February 2018 (BJT)