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Title: Modeling Saharan Desert Dust Properties over the Iberia Peninsula and Atlantic Ocean
Authors: Santos, Dina
Costa, Maria João
Silva, Ana Maria
Salgado, Rui
Keywords: Desert Dust Aerosols
Atmospheric Modeling
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: International Aerosol Conference
Citation: Santos, D., M. J. Costa, A. M. Silva, R. Salgado, 2010: "Modeling Saharan Desert Dust Properties over the Iberia Peninsula and Atlantic Ocean", Proc. International Aerosol Conference 2010, Helsinki, Finland, 29 August - 3 September 2010.
Abstract: One of the major atmospheric constituents that regulate the Earth radiation budget are aerosols. These particles strongly modulate the energy balance of the Earth through absorption and scattering of solar radiation and absorption and emission of terrestrial radiation (IPCC, 2007). The study and evaluation of aerosol effects may be done through the use of atmospheric models (Santos et. al, 2009). Nevertheless, aerosol properties must be reasonably represented in the models, in order to reproduce in the best possible way the actual atmospheric conditions.
Type: article
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