Satellite measurements of tropospheric composition are becoming of increasing importance. Important precursors of ozone such as carbon monoxide and NO2 can now be measured. Careful consideration of the methods used to compare satellite data to models has been required because of such issues as the method to calculate the tropospheric column of species which have substantial columns in the troposphere, averaging kernels and the overpass time of the satellite for those species which have a strong diurnal variation.
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- Use of Satellite Data to Constrain Ozone Budgets in Global Tropospheric Chemistry Models
Nicholas Henry Savage
John J. Remedios
John P. Burrows
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg