ECHAM-HAM data for: 2018 Ambae eruption simulations (Malinina et al, 2021)

Niemeier, U.; Malinina, E.

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Summary
Stratospheric aerosols are an important component of the climate system. Most noticeable those effects are after volcanic eruptions when SO2 injected with the eruption reaches the stratosphere, oxidizes and forms stratospheric aerosol. There have been several studies, where a volcanic eruption plume and the associated radiative forcing were analyzed using climate models. Besides, volcanic eruptions were studied using the data from satellite measurements; however, studies combining both models and measurement data are rare. In this paper, we compared changes in the stratospheric aerosol loading after the 2018 Ambae eruption observed by satellite remote sensing measurements and by a global aerosol model. The measurement results were compared with the model output from ECHAM5-HAM. In order to simulate the eruption accurately, we use SO2 injections estimates from OMPS and OMI for the first phase of eruption and TROPOMI for the second phase. Generally, the agreement between the vertical and geographical distribution of the aerosol extinction coefficient from OMPS-LP and ECHAM is quite remarkable, in particular, for the second phase.

The data contain the ECHAM5-HAM data used for this project.
Additional Information
report_0550.pdf
abstract_0550.pdf
Spatial Coverage
Longitude 0 to 360 Latitude -90 to 90 Altitude: 0 km to 80 km
Temporal Coverage
2018-01-01 to 2018-12-31 (365_day)
Use constraints
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Data Catalog
DOKU at DKRZ
Access constraints
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Size
998.46 GiB (1072086528000 Byte)
Format
tar-File(s)
Status
completely archived
Creation Date
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2031-10-03
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Cite as
Niemeier, U.; Malinina, E. (2021). ECHAM-HAM data for: Changes in stratospheric aerosol extinction coefficient after the 2018 Ambae eruption as seen by OMPS-LP and ECHAM5-HAM. DOKU at DKRZ. http://hdl.handle.net/21.14106/463a496aa29479291a31e9f0e27114fb490f8ee3

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[Entry acronym: DKRZ_LTA_550_ds00006] [Entry id: 3880925]
Contact typePersonORCIDInstitute
Metadata Dr. Ulrike Niemeier-Max-Planck-Institut fuer Meteorologie

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IMPLICC - Implications and risks of engineering solar radiation to limit climate change (bm0550)
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