Lab for Aerosol, Radiation, Remote-sensing, and Observation-based Modeling of Atmosphere (ARROMA)

Chemistry transport and aerosol-meteorology projects


Chemistry transport and aerosol-meteorology coupled modeling through assimilation of data collected from lab, ground, and satellite platforms for air quality, aerosol-cloud interaction, and climate studies. See the following research projects for details.


1. Mesoscale modeling of smoke transport and semi-direct effects using WRFChem-AROMA (Active)

2. GEOS-chem modeling of radiative forcing of volcanic aerosols with OMI SO2 emissions (Active)

3. Global modeling of aerosol phase transition and its implication to radiative forcing and cirrus cloud formation

4. RAMS-Assimilation and Radiation Online Modeling of Aerosols (AROMA)

5. Aerosol vs. Severe weather