Chemistry-Aerosol-Cloud/Climate Interactions: From Ocean to Continents
Human activities have impacts not only on the amount of aerosols emitted but also on the amount of aerosols formed as they alter the amount of precursor emissions. Precursor emissions from biogenic sources also change due to anthropogenically initiated land-use changes (deforestation, change in agricultural practices, etc.). In addition, precursor emissions from natural sources change in response to altered local climate conditions and hence land-cover changes and/or emissions from the ocean surface. This joint session solicites papers in laboratory, field and modeling studies related to the impacts of aerosol formation in response to emission changes, including the direct and indirect effects, and its impacts on the long-term scale.
15th Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry
Contact(s): Nicole Mölders, firstname.lastname@example.org
5th Symposium on Aerosol-Cloud-Climate Interactions, Robert A. Duce Symposium
Contact(s): Renyi Zhang, email@example.com