Quantifying The Causes of Differences in Tropospheric OH within Global Models

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Nicely, JM; Salawitch, RJ; Canty, T; Anderson, DC; Arnold, SR; Chipperfield, MP; Emmons, LK; Flemming, J; Huijnen, V; Kinnison, DE; Lamarque, J-F; Mao, J; Monks, SA; Steenrod, SD; Tilmes, S; Turquety, S;
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The hydroxyl radical (OH) is the primary daytime oxidant in the troposphere and provides the main loss mechanism for many pollutants and greenhouse gases, including methane (CH4). Global mean tropospheric OH differs by as much as 80% among various global models, for rea... View more
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