Research article 17 Jul 2018
Research article | 17 Jul 2018
Cloud, precipitation and radiation responses to large perturbations in global dimethyl sulfide
Sonya L. Fiddes et al.
infillingbased on more complete literature projections. It facilitates a more complete understanding of the climate impact of alternative emission pathways.
Emphasis is placed on the Antarctic ozone hole, which is very important considering its role modulating Southern Hemisphere surface climate. While the model simulates the global distribution of ozone well, there is a disparity in the vertical location of springtime ozone depletion over Antarctica, highlighting important areas for future development.
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photosynthetically active radiation by biomass burning aerosols. Such aerosol effect is strongly
dependent on the presence of clouds. The cloud fraction at which aerosols switch from
stimulating to inhibiting plant growth occurs at ~0.8.
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