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Abstract The Acid Deposition and Oxidant Model (ADOM) is an Eulerian long‐range transport and deposition model. One of the most highly parametrized and least well established parts of the model is the scavenging module that describes cloud formation, pollutant scavenging, aqueous‐phase chemistry...
Abstract The Lower Fraser Valley of British Columbia (LFV) is currently experiencing rapid population growth and is perceived to suffer from reduced air quality, specifically, elevated ozone concentrations and impaired visibility. It is necessary to identify the sources of visibility‐degrading...
Abstract An intercomparison of ozonesondes was held at Vanscoy, Saskatchewan, from 13 to 24 May 1991. The intercomparison, which was sponsored by the WMO and hosted by the Atmospheric Environment Service (AES) of Canada, was attended by scientists from six countries: Canada, Finland Germany,...
Abstract The effects of small‐scale surface inhomogeneities on the turbulence structure in the convective boundary layer are investigated using a high‐resolution large‐eddy simulation model. Surface heat flux variations are sinusoidal and two‐dimensional, dividing the total domain into a...
Abstract High‐latitude rawinsonde data for 18 years (1973–1990) are used to compute the atmospheric moisture flux convergence over two regions: the Arctic Ocean and the Mackenzie River drainage basin. The primary objectives are to assess the interannual variability and to compare the macroscale...
Abstract Current and temperature measurements collected during the summers of 1974, 1975 and 1979 are used to investigate the wind‐induced response of St Georges Bay, Nova Scotia. A multivariate‐frequency response analysis shows that temperature and the along‐bay component of current in the...
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