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Trace gas and aerosol transports into and out of the Amazon basin
by Dept. of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Charlottesville, VA, [Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||submitted by Michael Garstang, principal investigator.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-190624.|
|Contributions||University of Virginia. Dept. of Environmental Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
Comprehensive characterizations of aerosols and trace gases were carried out onboard the US Department of Energy Gulfstream-1 (G-1) research aircraft and at several surface sites, during the Observations and Modelling of the Green Ocean Amazon (GoAmazon/5) experiment near Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil (° S, ° W), in the central Amazon. Comprehensive characterizations of aerosols and trace gases were carried out onboard the US Department of Energy Gulfstream-1 (G-1) research aircraft and at several surface sites, during the Observations and Modelling of the Green Ocean Amazon (GoAmazon/5) experiment near Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil (° S, ° W), in the central Amazon.
Aerosol characteristics and particle production in the upper troposphere over the Amazon Basin inferring trace gas concentrations from airborne UV/visible limb spectroscopy under all skies using the scaling method for CCN aerosol concentrations determining the height of warm rain and ice initiation in convective clouds over the Amazon. The Large-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia (LBA) was an intensive scientific investigation of the tropical rainforest of Brazil and portions of adjacent countries. LBA used intensive remote-sensing techniques and ground-based experiments to investigate the atmosphere-biosphere-hydrosphere dynamics of this large tropical region.
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Trace gas and aerosol transports into and out of the Amazon basin: Progress report for the period 1 January August Author: Michael Garstang ; Steven Greco ; United States.
Trace gas and aerosol transports into and out of the Amazon basin: semi-annual report for the period 1 September May Author: Michael Garstang ; University of Virginia.
TRACE GAS AND AEROSOL TRANSPORTS INTO AND OUT OF THE AMAZON BASIN NASA Cooperative Agreement NCCI Semi-Annual Report for the period 1 September May Submitted by Michael Garstang Principal Investigator Department of Environmental Sciences University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA July A+-:An/: ,L.
Trace gas and aerosol transports into and out of the Amazon Basin. By Steven Greco and Michael Garstang. Abstract. Overviews of the wet season Amazon Boundary Layer Experiment (ABLE IIB) are presented which give the context of the wet season experiment and some of the results.
the role of the rain forest on the basin and smaller scales was Author: Steven Greco and Michael Garstang. Trace gas and aerosol transports into and out of the Amazon Basin. interim period includes published papers that cover the topic of global interactions between the rain forest of the Amazon Basin and local regional processes interior to the Basin itselfAuthor: Michael Garstang.
TRACE GAS AND AEROSOL TRANSPORTS INTO AND OUT OF THE AMAZON BASIN NASA Cooperative Agreement NCC Progress Report for the period 1 January August Submitted by Michael Garstang Principal Investigator and FM Steven Greco Department of Environmental Sciences University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA September Atmospheric surface and boundary layers of the Amazon Basin transport of biogenic and anthropogenic trace gases generated over the Amazon basin.
Trace gas and aerosol transports into and Author: Michael Garstang. Preliminary distributions of the trace-elements Al, Si, P, S, Cl, K, Ca, Ti, V and Fe in the atmospheric aerosol of the Amazon Basin have been determined through samples collected from 23 August to 2 Septemberat a remote place located in the Amazon Forest, about 30km NE of the city of by: 1.
Introduction  The Amazon Basin is the largest hydrological basin in the world containing the largest extent of tropical rain forest on Earth – the Amazon rain forest.
The tropical rain forest covers more than 5, square kilometers [Nobre et al., ] and thus an area half as large as Europe or rather one third of South e of its size and its pronounced Cited by:  Real‐time measurements of ammonia, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, sulfur dioxide and the water‐soluble inorganic aerosol species, ammonium, nitrate, chloride, and sulfate were performed at a pasture site in the Amazon Basin (Rondônia, Brazil).
The measurements were made during the late dry season (biomass burning), the transition period, and the onset of the wet season. Michael GARSTANG of University of Virginia, VA (UVa) | Read publications | Contact Michael GARSTANG Trace-gas and aerosol transports into and out of the Amazon Basin.
Semiannual Report, 1. The vast forest–river system of the Amazon basin is changing rapidly owing to human impacts. Humans have been there for many thousands of years, but the region is now home to some 25 million by: The Coupled Aerosol and Tracer Transport model to the Brazilian developments on the Regional Atmospheric transition from the dry to wet season in the southwest Amazon Basin.
Model evaluation is Figure 1 illustrates the main sub-grid scale processes involved in the trace gas/aerosol trans-port and simulated by the CATT-BRAMS system.
File Size: 1MB. This is the first study of aerosol and trace gas characterization in Amazonia to combine high time resolution measurements with more traditional filter based aerosol characterization. The use of parallel measurements for dry and wet season in Cited by: Large scale mercury and trace element measurements in the Amazon basin.
A complete characterization of biomass burning aerosol and long-range atmospheric transport in the Amazon basin were studied in other reports from the SCAR-B experiment. Elemental Hg was then delivered into the traps as a carry gas flow rate of 1 lpm − by: Abstract. This chapter presents a characterization of atmospheric aerosols collected in different places in the Amazon Basin.
Both the biogenic aerosol emission from the forest and the particulate material which is emitted to the atmosphere due to the large scale man-made burns during the dry season were by: 4.
basin stratigraphic analysis of Tanga,Ruvu and mandawa basin in Tanzania 1. 1 | P a g e 1. INTRODUCTION Sedimentary basins are region of prolonged subsidence of the earth’s Surface.
In that region there are accumulation of sediment either actively or inactively. We simulate the atmospheric conditions between 10 and 17 March with the first 3 days used for spin-up of aerosol and trace gas concentrations, for a region that includes the Amazon basin Cited by: spheric chemistry field experiments called the Amazon Boundary Layer Experiments, (ABLE 2A and 2B) were conducted from a base near Manaus, Brazil in the central Amazon basin.
The experiments were designed to determine sources, sinks, concentrations, and transports of trace gases and aerosols originating from the tropical. This data set provides measurements from the Amazonian Aerosol Characterization Experiment (AMAZE) carried out during the wet season from February 4 to Ma in the central Amazon Basin.
Aerosol and atmospheric samples and measurements were collected at Tower TT34 located 60 km NNW of downtown Manaus, and at Tower K34, located. for gas and aerosol sample. On–line analyses were carried out using a mobile IC with suppressed conductivity detec-tion. The system was operated with an HPLC separation col-umn (Dionex, IonPac AS12A, 4mm) preceded by a guard column (Dionex, IonPac AG12A, 4×50mm).
Samples were injected via a µl loop into mM Na2CO3– mM NaHCO3 eluent.Pollutants undergo complicated exchanges between the air, land and water media, following multiple pathways to a receptor (Figure 1). In considering the transport of material through the media, special attention is warranted for those pathways leading to man.
One of the pathways which has received insufficient attention is via atmospheric : Walter John.As part of the Observations and Modeling of the Green Ocean Amazon (GoAmazon /5) Experiment, detailed aerosol and trace gas measurements were conducted near Manaus, a metropolis located in the central Amazon Basin.
Measurements of aerosol particles and trace gases were done downwind Manaus at the sites T2 (Tiwa Hotel) and T3 (Manacapuru.