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  Information - AS3.03 Trace gases in the atmosphere: observations and modelling

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Combining cantinuous observations (satellite, ground-based, aircraft) with atmospheric models widens the scope of achievable results: three-dimensional fields, synergies between datasets, forecasting and synoptic monitoring, ...
The goal of this session is to bring together the observational (in situ and remote sensing) and modelling communities with regard to trace gases in the atmosphere. Contributions which combine ground-based, aircraft, or satellite observations with modelling are preferred. Inter-comparison, validation, and data assimilation techniques and studies are welcome. New results on global and regional trace gas distributions their sources and relevant processes are also appreciated.

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