Articles | Volume 22, issue 9
Atmos. Chem. Phys., 22, 5925–5942, 2022
Atmos. Chem. Phys., 22, 5925–5942, 2022
Research article
05 May 2022
Research article | 05 May 2022

Influence of convection on the upper-tropospheric O3 and NOx budget in southeastern China

Xin Zhang et al.

Data sets

Xin_ACP_2021_Convection_Effect_data Xin Zhang

The whole atmosphere community climate model version 6 (WACCM6) ( A. Gettelman, M. J. Mills, D. E. Kinnison, R. R. Garcia, A. K. Smith, D. R. Marsh, S. Tilmes, F. Vitt, C. G. Bardeen, J. McInerny, H.-L. Liu, S. C. Solomon, L. M. Polvani, L. K. Emmons, J.-F. Lamarque, J. H. Richter, A. S. Glanville, J. T. Bacmeister, A. S. Phillips, R. B. Neale, I. R. Simpson, A. K. DuVivier, A. Hodzic, and W. J. Randel

The Model of Emissions of Gases and Aerosols from Nature version 2.1 (MEGAN2.1): an extended and updated framework for modeling biogenic emissions ( A. B. Guenther, X. Jiang, C. L. Heald, T. Sakulyanontvittaya, T. Duhl, L. K. Emmons, and X. Wang

Model code and software

S5P-WRFChem Xin Zhang

WRF-Chem-LDA-LFR Xin Zhang and Yunyao Li

zxdawn/Xin_ACP_2021_Convection_Effect Xin Zhang

Short summary
The importance of convection to the ozone and nitrogen oxides (NOx) produced from lightning has long been an open question. We utilize the high-resolution chemistry model with ozonesondes and space observations to discuss the effects of convection over southeastern China, where few studies have been conducted. Our results show the transport and chemistry contributions for various storms and demonstrate the ability of TROPOMI to estimate the lightning NOx production over small-scale convection.
Final-revised paper