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Critical assessment of the current state of scientific knowledge, terminology, and research needs concerning the role of organic aerosols in the atmosphere, climate, and global change

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Title: Critical assessment of the current state of scientific knowledge, terminology, and research needs concerning the role of organic aerosols in the atmosphere, climate, and global change
Authors: Fuzzi, S. Browse this author
Andreae, M. O. Browse this author
Huebert, B. J. Browse this author
Kulmala, M. Browse this author
Bond, T. C. Browse this author
Boy, M. Browse this author
Doherty, S. J. Browse this author
Guenther, A. Browse this author
Kanakidou, M. Browse this author
Kawamura, K. Browse this author
Kerminen, V.-M. Browse this author
Lohmann, U. Browse this author
Russell, L. M. Browse this author
Pöschl, U. Browse this author
Issue Date: 9-Jun-2006
Publisher: European Geosciences Union (EGU)
Journal Title: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
Volume: 6
Start Page: 2017
End Page: 2038
Abstract: In spite of impressive advances in recent years, our present understanding of organic aerosol (OA) composition, physical and chemical properties, sources and transformation characteristics is still rather limited, and their environmental effects remain highly uncertain. This paper discusses and prioritizes issues related to organic aerosols and their effects on atmospheric processes and climate, providing a basis for future activities in the field. Four main topical areas are addressed: i) sources of OA; ii) formation transformation and removal of OA; iii) physical, chemical and mixing state of OA; iv) atmospheric modelling of OA. Key questions and research priorities regarding these four areas are synthesized in this paper, and outstanding issues for future research are presented for each topical area. In addition, an effort is made to formulate a basic set of consistent and universally applicable terms and definitions for coherent description of atmospheric OA across different scales and disciplines.
Type: article (author version)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/26146
Appears in Collections:低温科学研究所 (Institute of Low Temperature Science) > 雑誌発表論文等 (Peer-reviewed Journal Articles, etc)

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