Grand Teton Reactive Nitrogen Deposition Study (GrandTReNDS)


Excess inputs of reactive nitrogen can adversely affect terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, particularly in sensitive ecosystems found at high elevations. Grand Teton National Park is home to such sensitive natural areas and is in proximity to potentially large reactive nitrogen sources. The Grand Teton Reactive Nitrogen Deposition Study (GrandTReNDS) was conducted in spring-summer 2011, with the aim of better understanding sources of reactive nitrogen influencing the region, spatial and temporal variability of reactive nitrogen in the atmosphere, and current levels of nitrogen deposition.




Atmospheric concentrations and deposition of reactive nitrogen in Grand Teton National Park

Benedict, K.B., X. Chen, A.P. Sullivan, Y. Li, D. Day, A.J. Prenni, E.J.T. Levin, S.M. Kreidenweis, W.C. Malm, B.A. Schichtel, and J.L. Collett, Jr., Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 118, doi: 10.1002/2013JD020394, 2013.

Gas-phase reactive nitrogen near Grand Teton National Park: Impacts of transport, anthropogenic emissions, and biomass burning

Prenni, A.J., E.J.T. Levin, K.B. Benedict, A.P. Sullivan, M.I. Schurman, K.A. Gebhart, D.E. Day, C.M. Carrico, W.C. Malm, B.A. Schichtel, J.L. Collett Jr., and S.M. Kreidenweis. Atmospheric Environment, 89, 749-756, doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2014.03.017, 2014.

Transport, biomass burning, and in-situ formation contribute to fine particle concentrations at a remote site near Grand Teton National Park

Schurman, M.I., T. Lee, Y. Desyaterik, B.A. Schichtel, S.M. Kreidenweis, and J.L. Collett Jr., 112, 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2015.04.043, 2015.