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《Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences》 2005-01
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Simulation Research of Distribution Transportation and Radiative Effects of Black Carbon Aerosol in Recent Five Spring Seasons over East Asia Region

WU Jian 1,2, and FU Cong-Bin11Key Laboratory of Regional Climate-Environment Research for Temperate East Asia, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029 2Department of Atmospheric Science, Yunnan University, Kunming 650091  
The distribution transportation and radiative effects of black carbon aerosol due to anthropogenic and biomass burning emission over the East Asia region have been simulated in springtime from 2000 to 2004. It has been revealed that there exist three main column burden regions: Indian Peninsula, Indo-China Peninsula and East China, the column burden over the three regions exceeds 1 mg·m -2. Pollutant from Indian Peninsula can be transported into China, and affects the zonal region between 25°N and 30°N in Chinese mainland. Emission from Indo-China Peninsula can contribute to colume burden to the south of 25°N over Chinese mainland. The maximum horizontal flux of Black Carbon (BC) from Indo-China Peninsula emerges between 850-700 hPa. BC from North China and Northeast China can pollute Korea Peninsula and Japan due to eastern jet. Input flux is larger than output flux over China mainland, and it has more obvious effect on West China and South China than North China due to emission from other counries to China. The net downward radiative flux at Top of Atmosphere (TOA) has been increased by BC aerosol in both clear and cloudy sky, but that at the surface is opposite. The increament value emerges over Chinese Sichuan basin and Hubei area, 4 W·m -2 to TOA flux and -5 5 W·m -2 to surface flux.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金资助项目 40 2 0 50 1 6
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