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Colorado State University scientist simplifies aerosols for modeling
Date:5/26/2010

p of aerosols. The longer aerosols have been in the atmosphere, the more their composition has been altered a process called oxidation.

As a result, the observed differences Heald found are plotted along a trajectory from the freshest, most recent emissions from a diesel truck, for example, to particles that have been in the atmosphere for several days.

"In recent years, we've realized there are thousands and thousands of different organic species in the atmosphere," Heald said. "With this study, we've found a simple way to describe all that complexity."

"It's still very important that we understand the different individual species in our atmosphere, but from a modeling perspective, it gives us hope we can simplify our entire description of organic aerosol composition."


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Contact: Emily Wilmsen
Emily.Wilmsen@colostate.edu
970-491-2336
Colorado State University
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