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Francis S. Binkowski, Saravanan Arunachalam, Zachariah Adelman, and Joseph P. Pinto

+ O( 3 P)] photolytic reaction, and Table 4 shows the effective cross sections for the O 3 to O( 1 D) reaction. Values are identified as being either values from the new online module (“OLM”) or JPROC values from the currently released version of CMAQ (“REL”). The OLM values have been adjusted for temperature; the REL values have not been so adjusted. In the new module, the radiative transfer calculations for the irradiances and actinic fluxes in each of the intervals are done using the

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George Kallos, Marina Astitha, Petros Katsafados, and Chris Spyrou

evolution (e.g., impact of sea salt, sulfates, or mineral dust). The combination or coexistence of these PM in the wet environment is not understood well ( Andreae et al. 2004 ; Levin et al. 2005 ; Rosenfeld 2006 ; among others). Radiative-transfer impacts and interactions appear to be poorly described, especially for naturally produced aerosols. The influence of marine types of aerosols (e.g., DMS or sea salt) on air quality has not been clarified yet. Climate and air-quality feedbacks are not well

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