Evolution of Organic Carbon Activities

Evolution of organic carbon

The organic compounds emitted and released in the atmosphere by natural or anthropogenic activities evolve progressively. Their oxidization results in the creation of a large number of highly functionalized « secondary » species which have a determinant influence on air quality and climate. In order to identify and quantify these species, field measurements, modeling approaches (chemical reaction generator and 3D models), and laboratory experiments (atmospheric simulation chambers) are simultaneously used at LISA.


Camille Mouchel-Vallon, Julia Lee-Taylor, Alma Hodzic, Paulo Artaxo, Bernard Aumont, Marie Camredon, David Gurarie, Jose-Luis Jimenez, Donald H. Lenschow, Scot T. Martin, Janaina Nascimento, John J. Orlando, Brett B. Palm, John E. Shilling, Manish Shrivastava, and Sasha Madronich

Exploration of oxidative chemistry and secondary organic aerosol formation in the Amazon during the wet season: explicit modeling of the Manaus urban plume with GECKO-A
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

Wednesday 20 May 2020
Victor Lannuque, Florian Couvidat, Marie Camredon, Bernard Aumont, Bertrand Bessagnet

Modeling organic aerosol over Europe in summer conditions with the VBS-GECKO parameterization: sensitivity to secondary organic compound properties and IVOC (intermediate-volatility organic compound) emissions
Atmos. Chem. Phys.

Monday 27 April 2020
Duporté G., P.-M. Flaud, J. Kammer, E. Geneste, S. Augagneur, Edouard Pangui, Houssni Lamkaddam, Aline Gratien, Jean-Francois Doussin, H. Budzinski, E. Villenave, E. Perraudin

Experimental Study of the Formation of Organosulfates from α Pinene Oxidation. 2: Time evolution and effect of particle acidity
Journal of Physical Chemistry A

Thursday 16 January 2020
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