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Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Volume 21 ,Issue 14 ,2021-07-27
Secondary organic aerosols from anthropogenic volatile organic compounds contribute substantially to air pollution mortality
Benjamin A. Nault 1 , 2 , 3 Duseong S. Jo 1 , 2 Brian C. McDonald 2 , 4 Pedro Campuzano-Jost 1 , 2 Douglas A. Day 1 , 2 Weiwei Hu 1 , 2 , 5 Jason C. Schroder 1 , 2 , 6 James Allan 7 , 8 Donald R. Blake 9 Manjula R. Canagaratna 10 Hugh Coe 8 Matthew M. Coggon 2 , 4 Peter F. DeCarlo 11 Glenn S. Diskin 12 Rachel Dunmore 13 Frank Flocke 14 Alan Fried 15 Jessica B. Gilman 4 Georgios Gkatzelis 2 , 4 , 16 Jacqui F. Hamilton 13 Thomas F. Hanisco 17 Patrick L. Hayes 18 Daven K. Henze 19 Alma Hodzic 14 , 20 James Hopkins 13 , 21 Min Hu 22 L. Greggory Huey 23 B. Thomas Jobson 24 William C. Kuster 4 , 25 , 26 Alastair Lewis 13 , 21 Meng Li 2 , 4 Jin Liao 17 , 27 M. Omar Nawaz 19 Ilana B. Pollack 28 Jeffrey Peischl 2 , 4 Bernhard Rappenglück 29 Claire E. Reeves 30 Dirk Richter 15 James M. Roberts 4 Thomas B. Ryerson 4 , 31 Min Shao 32 Jacob M. Sommers 18 , 33 James Walega 15 Carsten Warneke 2 , 4 Petter Weibring 15 Glenn M. Wolfe 17 , 34 Dominique E. Young 8 , 35 Bin Yuan 32 Qiang Zhang 36 Joost A. de Gouw 1 , 2 Jose L. Jimenez 1 , 2
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Anthropogenic secondary organic aerosol (ASOA), formed from anthropogenic emissions of organic compounds, constitutes a substantial fraction of the mass of submicron aerosol in populated areas around the world and contributes to poor air quality and premature mortality. However, the precursor sources of ASOA are poorly understood, and there are large uncertainties in the health benefits that might accrue from reducing anthropogenic organic emissions. We show that the production of ASOA in 11 urban areas on three continents is strongly correlated with the reactivity of specific anthropogenic volatile organic compounds. The differences in ASOA production across different cities can be explained by differences in the emissions of aromatics and intermediate- and semi-volatile organic compounds, indicating the importance of controlling these ASOA precursors. With an improved model representation of ASOA driven by the observations, we attribute 340 000 PM2.5-related premature deaths per year to ASOA, which is over an order of magnitude higher than prior studies. A sensitivity case with a more recently proposed model for attributing mortality to PM2.5 (the Global Exposure Mortality Model) results in up to 900 000 deaths. A limitation of this study is the extrapolation from cities with detailed studies and regions where detailed emission inventories are available to other regions where uncertainties in emissions are larger. In addition to further development of institutional air quality management infrastructure, comprehensive air quality campaigns in the countries in South and Central America, Africa, South Asia, and the Middle East are needed for further progress in this area.


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Benjamin A. Nault,Duseong S. Jo,Brian C. McDonald,Pedro Campuzano-Jost,Douglas A. Day,Weiwei Hu,Jason C. Schroder,James Allan,Donald R. Blake,Manjula R. Canagaratna,Hugh Coe,Matthew M. Coggon,Peter F. DeCarlo,Glenn S. Diskin,Rachel Dunmore,Frank Flocke,Alan Fried,Jessica B. Gilman,Georgios Gkatzelis,Jacqui F. Hamilton,Thomas F. Hanisco,Patrick L. Hayes,Daven K. Henze,Alma Hodzic,James Hopkins,Min Hu,L. Greggory Huey,B. Thomas Jobson,William C. Kuster,Alastair Lewis,Meng Li,Jin Liao,M. Omar Nawaz,Ilana B. Pollack,Jeffrey Peischl,Bernhard Rappenglück,Claire E. Reeves,Dirk Richter,James M. Roberts,Thomas B. Ryerson,Min Shao,Jacob M. Sommers,James Walega,Carsten Warneke,Petter Weibring,Glenn M. Wolfe,Dominique E. Young,Bin Yuan,Qiang Zhang,Joost A. de Gouw,Jose L. Jimenez. Secondary organic aerosols from anthropogenic volatile organic compounds contribute substantially to air pollution mortality. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics ,Vol.21, Issue 14(2021)



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