Tropical and Boreal Forest Atmosphere Interactions : A Review

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Artaxo , P , Hansson , H-C , Andreae , M O , Bäck , J , Alves , E G , Barbosa , H M J , Bender , F , Bourtsoukidis , E , Carbone , S , Chi , J , Decesari , S , Despres , V R , Ditas , F , Ezhova , E , Fuzzi , S , Hasselquist , N J , Heintzenberg , J , Holanda , B A , Guenther , A , Hakola , H , Heikkinen , L , Kerminen , V-M , Kontkanen , J , Krejci , R , Kulmala , M , Lavric , J , de Leeuw , G , Lehtipalo , K , Machado , L A T , McFiggans , G , Franco , M A M , Meller , B B , Morais , F G , Mohr , C , Morgan , W , Nilsson , M B , Peichl , M , Petäjä , T , Prass , M , Poehlker , C , Poehlker , M L , Poeschl , U , Von Randow , C , Riipinen , I , Rinne , J , Rizzo , L , Rosenfeld , D , Silva Dias , M A F , Sogacheva , L , Stier , P , Swietlicki , E , Soergel , M , Tunved , P , Virkkula , A , Wang , J , Weber , B , Maria Yanez-Serrano , A , Zieger , P , Mikhailov , E , Smith , J N & Kesselmeier , J 2022 , ' Tropical and Boreal Forest Atmosphere Interactions : A Review ' , Tellus. Series B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology , vol. 74 , pp. 24-163 . https://doi.org/10.16993/tellusb.34

Title: Tropical and Boreal Forest Atmosphere Interactions : A Review
Author: Artaxo, Paulo; Hansson, Hans-Christen; Andreae, Meinrat O.; Bäck, Jaana; Alves, Eliane Gomes; Barbosa, Henrique M. J.; Bender, Frida; Bourtsoukidis, Efstratios; Carbone, Samara; Chi, Jinshu; Decesari, Stefano; Despres, Viviane R.; Ditas, Florian; Ezhova, Ekaterina; Fuzzi, Sandro; Hasselquist, Niles J.; Heintzenberg, Jost; Holanda, Bruna A.; Guenther, Alex; Hakola, Hannele; Heikkinen, Liine; Kerminen, Veli-Matti; Kontkanen, Jenni; Krejci, Radovan; Kulmala, Markku; Lavric, Jost; de Leeuw, Gerrit; Lehtipalo, Katrianne; Machado, Luiz Augusto T.; McFiggans, Gordon; Franco, Marco Aurelio M.; Meller, Bruno Backes; Morais, Fernando G.; Mohr, Claudia; Morgan, William; Nilsson, Mats B.; Peichl, Matthias; Petäjä, Tuukka; Prass, Maria; Poehlker, Christopher; Poehlker, Mira L.; Poeschl, Ulrich; Von Randow, Celso; Riipinen, Ilona; Rinne, Janne; Rizzo, Luciana; Rosenfeld, Daniel; Silva Dias, Maria A. F.; Sogacheva, Larisa; Stier, Philip; Swietlicki, Erik; Soergel, Matthias; Tunved, Peter; Virkkula, Aki; Wang, Jian; Weber, Bettina; Maria Yanez-Serrano, Ana; Zieger, Paul; Mikhailov, Eugene; Smith, James N.; Kesselmeier, Juergen
Contributor organization: Viikki Plant Science Centre (ViPS)
Department of Forest Sciences
Forest Ecology and Management
Ecosystem processes (INAR Forest Sciences)
Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR)
University of Helsinki
Global Atmosphere-Earth surface feedbacks
Department of Physics
Air quality research group
Date: 2022-03-25
Language: eng
Number of pages: 140
Belongs to series: Tellus. Series B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology
ISSN: 1600-0889
DOI: https://doi.org/10.16993/tellusb.34
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/345847
Abstract: This review presents how the boreal and the tropical forests affect the atmosphere, its chemical composition, its function, and further how that affects the climate and, in return, the ecosystems through feedback processes. Observations from key tower sites standing out due to their long-term comprehensive observations: The Amazon Tall Tower Observatory in Central Amazonia, the Zotino Tall Tower Observatory in Siberia, and the Station to Measure Ecosystem-Atmosphere Relations at Hyytiala in Finland. The review is complemented by short-term observations from networks and large experiments. The review discusses atmospheric chemistry observations, aerosol formation and processing, physiochemical aerosol, and cloud condensation nuclei properties and finds surprising similarities and important differences in the two ecosystems. The aerosol concentrations and chemistry are similar, particularly concerning the main chemical components, both dominated by an organic fraction, while the boreal ecosystem has generally higher concentrations of inorganics, due to higher influence of long-range transported air pollution. The emissions of biogenic volatile organic compounds are dominated by isoprene and monoterpene in the tropical and boreal regions, respectively, being the main precursors of the organic aerosol fraction. Observations and modeling studies show that climate change and deforestation affect the ecosystems such that the carbon and hydrological cycles in Amazonia are changing to carbon neutrality and affect precipitation downwind. In Africa, the tropical forests are so far maintaining their carbon sink. It is urgent to better understand the interaction between these major ecosystems, the atmosphere, and climate, which calls for more observation sites, providing long-term data on water, carbon, and other biogeochemical cycles. This is essential in finding a sustainable balance between forest preservation and reforestation versus a potential increase in food production and biofuels, which are critical in maintaining ecosystem services and global climate stability. Reducing global warming and deforestation is vital for tropical forests.
Subject: Boreal forests
Tropical forests
Amazonia
biogenic emissions: fires
biomass burning
aerosol particles
climate effects
CLOUD CONDENSATION NUCLEI
SECONDARY ORGANIC AEROSOL
AMAZON RAIN-FOREST
BIOMASS BURNING AEROSOLS
TOWER OBSERVATORY ZOTTO
LONG-TERM MEASUREMENTS
LAND-USE CHANGE
INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE
PRIMARY BIOLOGICAL AEROSOL
NUCLEATION-MODE PARTICLES
4112 Forestry
114 Physical sciences
Peer reviewed: Yes
Rights: cc_by
Usage restriction: openAccess
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