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Impacts of different transport modes on the global atmosphere: present and future.

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The main goal of QUANTIFY is to quantify the climate impact of global transport systems for the present situation and for several scenarios of future development. The climate impact of various transport modes (land surface, shipping, aviation) will be assessed, including those of long-lived greenhouse gases like CO2 and the effects of emissions of ozone precursors and particles, as well as of contrails and ship tracks. Using significantly improved transport emission inventories, more reliable models, these new forecasts in QUANTIFY represent a considerable improvement of current predictions.

This talk is part of the Centre for Atmospheric Science seminars, Chemistry Dept. series.

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