Atmospheric Chemistry in ACME

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 - 07:00
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Atmospheric chemistry plays a role in all of the ACME mission drivers, including (1) regulating many greenhouse gas concentrations, including methane [biogeochemistry], (2) converting biospheric emissions into aerosols [hydrologic cycle], and (3) creating the Antarctic ozone hole that affects surface winds [ocean/ice]. This poster will present a proposed plan for atmospheric chemistry in ACME, as well as capabilities and results from other projects that ACME can build on.