Paper on PAH transport to the Arctic under future climate published in ES&T

Our new paper on future PAH transport to the Arctic is now officially out in ES&T (Friedman et al., 2014). We looked at how 2000-2050 emissions and climate changes affected PAH transport to the Arctic, and found that anthropogenic emissions changes dominated the influence of climate chnages. However, we identified a small "climate penalty" for volatile PAHs and a "climate benefit" for particle-bound PAHs. We used this to suggest that the ratios of more to less volatile species could potentially be used to diagnose signals of climate vs. emissions in the Arctic. 

To read the paper, see the journal site or pdf.