Articles | Volume 9, issue 9
https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-9-3309-2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-9-3309-2016
Model description paper
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20 Sep 2016
Model description paper |  | 20 Sep 2016

The Framework for 0-D Atmospheric Modeling (F0AM) v3.1

Glenn M. Wolfe, Margaret R. Marvin, Sandra J. Roberts, Katherine R. Travis, and Jin Liao

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The Framework for 0-D Atmospheric Modeling (F0AM) is a new, user-friendly platform for simulation of atmospheric chemistry systems. It incorporates a suite of commonly used mechanisms and is adaptable to photochemical chambers, Lagrangian plumes, and steady-state or time-varying diurnal cycles. We provide a detailed model description, demonstrate several common applications, and highlight some of the advantages and challenges of the 0-D box modeling approach.