Simulation and Observations of Stratospheric Aerosols from the 2009 Sarychev Volcanic Eruption
We used a general circulation model of Earth's climate to conduct simulations of the 12-16 June 2009 eruption of Sarychev volcano (48.1°N, 153.2°E). The model simulates the formation and transport of the stratospheric sulfate aerosol cloud from the eruption and the resulting climate response. We compared optical depth results from these simulations with limb scatter measurements from the Optical Spectrograph and Infrared Imaging System (OSIRIS), in situ measurements from balloon-borne instruments lofted from Laramie, Wyoming (41.3°N, 105.7°W), and five lidar stations located throughout the ...
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Kravitz, B.; Robock, A.; Bourassa, A.; Deshler, Terry; Wu, D.; Mattis, I.; Finger, F.; Hoffmann, A.; Ritter, C.; Bitar, L.; Duck, T. J.; Barnes, J. E.
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