Articles | Volume 15, issue 11
Research article
12 Jun 2015
Research article |  | 12 Jun 2015

An evaluation of ozone dry deposition in global scale chemistry climate models

C. Hardacre, O. Wild, and L. Emberson


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The dry deposition of ozone to the Earth's surface is an important process as it controls both the removal of this potent pollutant from the atmosphere and its uptake by vegetation. It is necessary to use numerical models to study this process at the global scale, but many models to represent dry deposition lag behind current understanding. In this paper we study the dry deposition process in global models and highlight measures that will allow these models to be critically evaluated.
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