Atmospheric Transport - Chemistry Modelling — Some Ideas for the Future
The purpose of developing atmospheric transport-chemistry models is to create a tool, an instrument to investigate the underlying processes which lead to the chemical composition of the atmosphere. Modelling, in the sense both of developing, using and applying models is a scientific activity as it is focused on answering fundamental questions in the field of atmospheric chemistry.
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