J. Geophys. Res. Atmos. 2020 DOI: 10.1029/2019jd031957 View full text
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G. C. Cuchiara, A. Fried, M. C. Barth, M. Bela, C. R. Homeyer, B. Gaubert, J. Walega, P. Weibring, D. Richter, P. Wennberg, J. Crounse, M. Kim, G. Diskin, T. F. Hanisco et al.

Abstract: Abstract The convectively driven transport of soluble trace gases from the lower to the upper troposphere can occur on timescales of less than an hour, and recent studies suggest that microphysical scavenging is the dominant removal process of tropospheric ozone precursors. We examine the processes responsible for vertical transport, entrainment, and scavenging of soluble ozone precursors (formaldehyde and peroxides) for midlatitude convective storms sampled on 2 September 2013 during the Studies of Emissions…

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