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Rieger, V.S. (author)
Emissions of road traffic crucially influence Earth’s climate. The vehicle fleet emits not only carbon dioxide (CO2), but also nitrogen oxides (NOx), volatile organic compounds (VOC) and carbon monoxide (CO) which produce ozone (O3) and destroy methane (CH4) in the troposphere. As the demand of mobility is expected to further increase in future,...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Rieger, V.S. (author), Mertens, Mariano (author), Grewe, V. (author)
To mitigate the human impact on climate change, it is essential to determine the contribution of emissions to the concentration of trace gases. In particular, the source attribution of short-lived species such as OH and HO<sub>2</sub> is important as they play a crucial role for atmospheric chemistry. This study presents an advanced version...
journal article 2018
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Mertens, Mariano (author), Grewe, V. (author), Rieger, V.S. (author), Jöckel, Patrick (author)
We quantify the contribution of land transport and shipping emissions to tropospheric ozone for the first time with a chemistry-climate model including an advanced tagging method (also known as source apportionment), which considers not only the emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx, NO, and NO2), carbon monoxide (CO), and volatile organic...
journal article 2018