2 edition of Photochemical and thermal modeling in the early atmosphere of the Earth found in the catalog.
Photochemical and thermal modeling in the early atmosphere of the Earth
by Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences, California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, Calif
Written in English
|Series||NASA-CR -- 183029., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-183029.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Tropospheric production of OH A major discovery in the early s was that sufficient OH is in fact produced in the troposphere by reactions -to allow for oxidation of species such as CO and CH4 within the troposphere. A calculation of the rate constant for at sea level is shown in Figure as the product of the solar actinic flux, the absorption cross-section for O3, and the O(1D. Using a new photochemical model, the HCN chemistry in Earth's early atmosphere is revisited. We find that HCN production in a CH4-rich early atmosphere .
He later extended his research to model active processes on the Sun including MHD models of the solar wind, solar streamers and 3D reconstructions of global solar corona. Airapetian’s current activity includes the application of heliophysics tools to model environments of the early Earth, Mars and exoplanets. ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts. ; PHYS A tale of two worlds: Organic aerosols in the atmospheres of Titan and early Earth. ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts. ; PHYS Relative humidity dependence of light extinction by mixed organic/sulfate particles. ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts.
in the early twentieth century, balloon soundings in Earth’s lower atmosphere were extrapolated to the entire upper atmosphere, which was assumed to be isothermal at ~ K. The hot, – K thermosphere was unknown. Consequently, Jeans incorrectly calculated an exceedingly low escape rate of hydrogen. Later, the Space Age provided data. In Jupiter’s upper atmosphere, photochemical reactions create a variety of fairly complex compounds of hydrogen and carbon that form a thin layer of smog far above the visible clouds. We show this smog as a fuzzy orange region in Figure ; however, this thin layer does not .
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This book focuses on the earth’s atmosphere in the past, present, and future, atmospheres of other planets and their satellites, and comets. General topics in atmospheric photochemistry, such as composition and structure, transfer of incoming solar radiation, and principles governing the rates of photochemical and chemical processes are also.
The post-accretionary atmosphere was probably denser than the present atmosphere and was dominated by carbon compounds, principally CO 2 and CO. The greenhouse effect of this atmosphere could have kept the early Earth significantly warmer than today despite reduced solar luminosity at Cited by: The model calculated primary oxygen photochemical escape Thermal escape of carbon from the early.
martian atmosphere. work on the history of Xenon in Earth's atmosphere gives an. Earth’s Atmosphere and the Ozone Layer.
Earth’s atmosphere at sea level is an approximately solution of nitrogen and oxygen gases, with small amounts of carbon dioxide, water vapor, and the noble gases, and trace amounts of a variety of other compounds (Table "The Composition of Earth’s Atmosphere at Sea Level*").A key feature of the atmosphere is that its composition.
The premise that early Earth had a hot, carbon dioxide-dominated atmosphere long after its formation caused many scientists to search for evidence of the origin of life in hydrothermal vents in the ocean, fresh-water hot springs, or those brought to Earth from space via meteorites or stellar dust.
Photochemical reactions play a major role in the environment including a wide range of reactions in the atmosphere, natural waters, soil and living organisms. For example, photochemical smog is a typical form of pollution of all the main urban and industrial areas of the world.
It occurs in or near areas with a high traffic density and in the. Detailed understanding of the mechanism of photochemical smog formation has developed since then through the combination of smog chamber, laboratory chemical kinetics, field experiment, air quality monitoring, and computer modeling studies.
Since these early pioneering studies in Los Angeles, photochemical smog and the elevated ozone levels. The middle atmosphere (stratosphere and mesosphere) extends from the tropopause at 65 km to the temperature minimum or mesopause at about 95 km (see Fig.
2).The upper atmosphere lies above this level. Here, temperatures can no longer be measured directly, but are inferred from the scale heights of various gases with use of the hydrostatic equation.
On Earth and most other bodies. Eran Sher, in Handbook of Air Pollution From Internal Combustion Engines, Photochemical Smog. Photochemical smog is a brownish-gray haze caused by the action of solar ultraviolet radiation on atmosphere polluted with hydrocarbons and oxides of nitrogen.
It contains anthropogenic air pollutants, mainly ozone, nitric acid, and organic compounds, which are trapped near the ground by. Photochemical reaction, a chemical reaction initiated by the absorption of energy in the form of light.
The consequence of molecules’ absorbing light is the creation of transient excited states whose chemical and physical properties differ greatly from the original molecules. These new chemical. Without sufficient greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, the early Earth would have become a permanently frozen planet because the young Sun was less luminous than it is today.
these models. Chemical evolution. XXVI. Photochemistry of methane, nitrogen, and water mixtures as a model for the atmosphere of the primitive earth. and Boynton, C. G.,Thermal synthesis of amino acids from aThe photochemistry of hydrocyanic acid (HCN) in the earth’s early atmosphere, J.
Geophys. Res. – Abstract. Geological record and photochemical models point to the Earth’s early atmosphere to be composed mainly of CO 2 (and probably a small percentage of CO), N 2 and H 2 O . It is hard to explain how organic compounds can form in such a non-reducing environment. In particular, the photochemical and thermal decomposition of ozone was examined under a variety of conditions.
The earliest study of the thermal decomposition of ozone was that of Warburg in Early studies of the decomposition of ozone using ultraviolet light included those of Regener in and of Eva von Bahr in The Earth is the only planet in the Solar System that has continents in this sense, but it is likely that extrasolar rocky planets of a sufficient size to retain the heat that drives internal motions, and having a surface temperature similar to Earth, would also exhibit the dichotomy of drifting continents vs.
areas of rapidly recycled mantle. Antígona Segura currently works at the Institute of Nuclear Science, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Antígona does research in Astronomy. Their current project is 'M dwarf Habitability'.
The Upper Atmosphere: Meteorology and Physics focuses on the study of the characteristics, movements, composition, and observations of the upper atmosphere. The book first offers information on the meteorological conditions in the lower stratosphere and the structure and circulation of the upper stratosphere and the mesosphere.
This is a model development paper in which we describe a model of the Earth's upper thermosphere that is appropriate for strongly heated conditions in which the atmosphere is expanding. It is designed to be used eventually to study hydrodynamic escape of hydrogen from the early Earth, Venus, and Mars.
Speight, in Environmental Organic Chemistry for Engineers, Smog, Air Quality, and Acid Rain. Smog and poor air quality is a pressing environmental problem, particularly for large metropolitan cities. Smog, the primary constituent of which is ground level ozone, is formed by a chemical reaction of carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, VOCs, and heat from sunlight.
Project Progress. Reinterpreting the sulfur MIF record—J. Kasting and J. Lyons The goal of this project is to gain a better understanding of what can be learned about past atmospheric compositin by examining the record of sulfur mass-independent fractionation (MIF) in ancient pursuit of this goal, Co-I Kasting and Mark Claire (an NAI postdoc) have developed a photochemical model.
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Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. The atmosphere of Mars is the layer of gases surrounding is primarily composed of carbon dioxide (%), molecular nitrogen (%) and argon (%). It also contains trace levels of water vapor, oxygen, carbon monoxide, hydrogen and other noble gases.
The atmosphere of Mars is much thinner than Earth' surface pressure is only about pascals ( psi) which is less than 1%.