ACD Models
Summary: ACD modeling supports the major ACD research themes of regional and global air quality and chemistry and climate change. Detailed process models explore extensive sets of reactions and their sensitivities to reaction rates, background composition, and other variables. Global and regional models can be run for specific periods to compare with field observations and to test and improve our understanding of the interactive dynamical-chemical system. Such model runs in advance of measurement campaigns are also useful for planning. These models are advanced tools for diagnosing and predicting climate change and the interactions between atmospheric composition, climate, land surface and biosphere.
 
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MEGAN (Model of Emissions of Gases and Aerosols from Nature)
Mozart-4 (Model for OZone and Related chemical Tracers)
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NCAR Master Mechanism
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POLMIP (POLARCAT Model Intercomparison Project)
Rose Model (A 3-d Dynamical Chemical Model of the Middle Atmosphere)
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SOCRATES (Global 2-dimensional model of middle atmosphere chemistry and radiation)
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TUV (Tropospheric Ultraviolet and Visible Radiation Model)
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