Articles | Volume 22, issue 24
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-22-16091-2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-22-16091-2022
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22 Dec 2022
Research article |  | 22 Dec 2022

An evaluation of biomass burning aerosol mass, extinction, and size distribution in GEOS using observations from CAMP2Ex

Allison B. Marquardt Collow, Virginie Buchard, Peter R. Colarco, Arlindo M. da Silva, Ravi Govindaraju, Edward P. Nowottnick, Sharon Burton, Richard Ferrare, Chris Hostetler, and Luke Ziemba

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Biomass burning aerosol impacts aspects of the atmosphere and Earth system through radiative forcing, serving as cloud condensation nuclei, and air quality. Despite its importance, the representation of biomass burning aerosol is not always accurate in models. Field campaign observations from CAMP2Ex are used to evaluate the mass and extinction of aerosols in the GEOS model. Notable biases in the model illuminate areas of future development with GEOS and the underlying GOCART aerosol module.
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