MAGRITTE : Model of Atmospheric Composition at Global and Regional scales using Inversion Techniques for Trace Gas Emissions

 

  • Chemical mechanism

The chemical mechanism is described in Müller, J.-F. et al.: Chemistry and deposition in the Model of Atmospheric composition at Global and Regional scales using Inversion Techniques for Trace Gas Emissions (MAGRITTE v1.0). Part 1: Chemical mechanism, submitted to Geosci. Model Dev., 2018.

Download the mecanism in KPP format

MAGRITTE.eqn

MAGRITTE.spc

Last modified : 14/12/2018

 

  • Dry deposition velocity calculation

The dry deposition velocities are calculated as described in

Müller, J.-F. et al.: Chemistry and deposition in the Model of Atmospheric composition at Global and Regional scales using Inversion Techniques for Trace Gas Emissions (MAGRITTE v1.0). Part 2: Dry deposition, submitted to Geosci. Model Dev., 2018.

The code is divided in two parts :

1) The package

MOHYCAN_code.tar.gz

Last modified : 14/12/2018

 includes Fortran code and input files for calculation of stomatal resistances for H2O.

2) The package

Deposition_model_code.tar.gz

Last modified : 14/12/2018

includes Fortran code and input files for the general calculation of dry deposition velocities.

Readme_deposition

Last modified : 14/12/2018

 Resolution is 0.5x0.5 degree. The user should provide meteorological fields. Typical values of those variables are assumed in the code.

 

  • Dry deposition velocity measurements

The dry deposition velocity measurements used in Müller et al. (GMDD) can be found below.

Dry Deposition Observations

Last modified : 14/12/2018

 

References

  • Müller, J.-F., T. Stavrakou, J. Peeters: Chemistry and deposition in the Model of Atmospheric composition at Global and Regional scales using Inversion Techniques for Trace Gas Emissions (MAGRITTE v1.0). Part 1: Chemical mechanism, submitted to Geosci. Model Dev., 2018.
  • Müller, J.-F., T. Stavrakou, Maite Bauwens, S. Compernolle, J. Peeters: Chemistry and deposition in the Model of Atmospheric composition at Global and Regional scales using Inversion Techniques for Trace Gas Emissions (MAGRITTE v1.0). Part 2: Dry deposition, submitted to Geosci. Model Dev., 2018.