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  Information - AS3.15 Tropospheric Composition: variability and trends

Event Information
Understanding the variability of the tropospheric chemical composition
is an essential aspect for climate change studies and it has important
implications for future pollution control measures. Over recent years
several new long-term data sets of tropospheric ozone, precursor
species, and greenhouse gases have become available from ground based
stations, aircraft, ships, and satellites. Models have begun to run
multi-year simulations with comprehensive tropospheric chemistry scheme,
and several national, European, and international programmes have
contributed to a better understanding of the atmospheric composition
variability and trends. In this session, we wish to discuss the progress
in both measurement and modeling activities and provide an opportunity
for communication between ongoing research programmes such as RETRO,

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