Accession Number : ADA134521

Title :   Annual Report of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to the Federal Aviation Administration on the High Altitude Pollution Program - 1980.

Descriptive Note : Annual rept. 1 Oct 79-31 Dec 80,


Personal Author(s) : Luther,Frederick M

PDF Url : ADA134521

Report Date : Dec 1980

Pagination or Media Count : 99

Abstract : The primary research emphases at LLNL are numerical modeling of the atmospheric response to stratospheric perturbations and processing and analysis of satellite infrared radiance data to determine global distributions of stratospheric ozone. The modeling effort at LLNL covers three major research areas: photochemical kinetics, coupled kinetics and transport, and radiative transfer. Tasks completed during the past year include: comparison of model simulations of stratospheric composition with observational data, assessments of potential changes resulting from aircraft engine emissions and other perturbations, ozone trend analyses, and assessments of coupled perturbations. The satellite data processing task has three major areas of effort: (1) radiative transfer and ozone retrieval methodology, (2) data processing, archiving, and distribution, and (3) data analysis, interpretation, and quality assurance. Progress in each of these areas is reviewed.

Descriptors :   *Pollution, *Mathematical models, *Atmospheric chemistry, *Air pollution, *Ozone, High altitude, Atmospheres, Simulation, Comparison, Halogenated hydrocarbons, Aircraft engines, Emission, Data processing, Artificial satellites, Monitoring, Distribution, Global, Stratosphere, Photochemical reactions, Nitrogen oxides, Carbon dioxide, Reaction kinetics, Transport properties, Tables(Data)

Subject Categories : Atmospheric Physics

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE