KORUS_AQ: CH2O Levels over the Korean Peninsula in June 2013
These visuals were created in anticipation of the 2016 Korean United States Air Quality study (KORUS-AQ) field campaign which will combine observations from aircraft, satellties, ships and ground stations with air quality models to assess and monitor air quality acorss urban, rural and coastal areas.
These visuals are showing the formaldehyde levels over the Korean peninsula in June 2013 according to the GEOS-5 Nature Run chemistry model data.
CH2O levels over the Korean peninsula in June 2013. CH2O is commonly known as methanal or formaldehyde.
There are two images here whoing CH2O levels. The first shows the Korean peninsula on June 10, 2013. The second shows Asia and the North Pacific on June 7, 2013.
The color bar for this data. Ppbv stands for "parts per billion by volume."
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GEOS-5 G5NR-Chem (Chemistry)ID: 946Model Collected with Nature Run NASA GMAO
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