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

Chemistry-climate interaction projects


Other collaborative work that was not our past focus but provides us necessary background to expand our research in others areas of chemistry-climate interaction. Examples include mesoscale modeling of precipitation, explanation on the diurnal variation of NOx observed by satellites, and observational evidence of the impact of land use on energy budget at the top of atmosphere. See below the projects associated to these topics.


1. Explanation on the diurnal variation of NOx observed by satellites

2. observational evidence of the impact of land use on energy budget at the top of atmosphere