Articles | Volume 19, issue 6
Research article
28 Mar 2022
Research article |  | 28 Mar 2022

Influence of plant ecophysiology on ozone dry deposition: comparing between multiplicative and photosynthesis-based dry deposition schemes and their responses to rising CO2 level

Shihan Sun, Amos P. K. Tai, David H. Y. Yung, Anthony Y. H. Wong, Jason A. Ducker, and Christopher D. Holmes

Data sets

SynFlux: a sythetic dataset of atmospheric deposition and stomatal uptake at flux tower sites (1.1) C. D. Holmes and J. A. Ducker

Model code and software

amospktai/TEMIR: TEMIR v1.0 Public Release (v1.0) A. P. K. Tai, D. H. Y. Yung, Y. S. Pang, and P. H. L. Ma

Short summary
We developed and used a terrestrial biosphere model to compare and evaluate widely used empirical dry deposition schemes with different stomatal approaches and found that using photosynthesis-based stomatal approaches can reduce biases in modeled dry deposition velocities in current chemical transport models. Our study shows systematic errors in current dry deposition schemes and the importance of representing plant ecophysiological processes in models under a changing climate.
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