Kuala Lumpur 2019 Agenda

4th Atmospheric Composition and the Asian Monsoon (ACAM) workshop

26-28 June 2019, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia

 

DAY ONE: Wednesday, 26 June

8:00- 8:40

Registration

 

OPENING Chair: Mohd Talib Latif

8:40- 8:50

Mohd Talib Latif, Local Organizing Committee Co-Chair, UKM, Malaysia
Welcome address

8:50- 9:00

Mohammad Kassim, Dean Faculty of Science & Technology, UKM, Malaysia
Welcome address

9:00- 9:20

Workshop Sponsors

9:20- 9:30

Fatimah Ahamad, Local Organizing Committee Co-Chair, UKM, Malaysia
Logistics

9:30-10:00

Hans Schlager, ACAM Co-Chair, DLR, Germany
Introduction to the 4th ACAM workshop

10:00-10:30

Group Photo/Tea Break

SESSION 1:

EMISSION AND AIR QUALITY IN THE ASIAN MONSOON REGION (1)

 

Chairs: James Crawford, Prabir Patra

10:30-10:50

Tao Wang (invited), Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Tropospheric ozone trend in Hong Kong during 1994-2018: the role of emission and climate change in subtropical Asia

10:50-11:05

Shin-Ya Ogino, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
“Lower-tropospheric high-ozone layer over eastern edge of Indochina Peninsula revealed by ozonesondes in Hanoi, Vietnam”

11:05-11:20

M. Fahim Khokhar, Institute of Environ. Sciences and Engineering - NUST Pakistan
Exploring the Trends of Aerosols and Atmospheric Pollutants in the Changing Climate of Pakistan

11:20-11:35

No post

Rokjin Park,Seoul national university, South Korea
“Inter-annual variability of PM2.5 concentrations over East Asia associated with climate connections”

11:35-11:50

Jason Blake Cohen, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
“Coupling Remote Sensing, Models, and Mathematics to Constrain and Attribute Extreme Pollution Events in Southeast, East, and South Asia”

11:50-12:05

Atul Kumar Srivastava, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
Assessment of boundary layer pollutants over the Indo-Gangetic Basin: implication to UTLS aerosol characteristics

12:05-12:20

Revised

Ilse Aben, SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, The Netherlands
TROPOMI: a new European satellite instrument for atmospheric research. Focus on Carbon monoxide and Methane

12:20-13:40

Lunch Break

SESSION 2:

EMISSION AND AIR QUALITY IN THE ASIAN MONSOON REGION (2)

 

Chairs: Sachiko Hayashida, Xiaohua Pan

13:40-14:00

Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh (invited), Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
Crop residue open burning: implication on air quality and climate forcing in Asian Monsoon Region

14:00-14:15

Xuemei Wang (given by Xixi Chen), Institute for environmental and climate research, Jinan University, China
The characteristics of NO emission from soil and its effect on secondary pollution over China from modelling study

14:15-15:30

Chang-Keun Song, Ulsan Natl.Inst. of Science and Technology, South Korea
Impact of current emission reduction of air pollutants over BTH region in China on ambient concentrations; preliminary results of modelling approach

14:30-14:45

Nasim Hossein Hamzeh, Atmospheric Science and Meteorological Research Center, Iran
Investigation of Monsoon Effects on Dust storms in South East of Iran

14:45-15:00

Liya Yu, National University of Singapore
Impacts of peat-forest smoke on urban atmosphere in Maritime Continent: What is new?

15:00-15:15

Pallavi Saxena , Hindu College, University of Delhi, India
Seasonal Variation of Trace Gases at an urban location in Delhi of IGP of India

15:15-15:30

Pornpan Uttamang, North Carolina State University, USA
Characterization Air Quality in Bangkok Metropolitan Region, Thailand

 

POSTER SESSION 1 & Tea

 

Chair: Mian Chin

15:30-16:20

Poster introduction (1 min each)

16:20-18:10

Poster viewing & Tea

18:10

Adjourn

 

 

 

 

 

DAY TWO: Thursday, 27 June

SESSION 3:

EMISSION AND AIR QUALITY IN THE ASIAN MONSOON REGION (3)

 

Chairs: Didin Agustian Permadi, Jianchun Bian

8:30- 8:50

Maheswar Rupakheti (invited), Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany
Understanding atmospheric processes and mitigation of air pollution in the Himalayan region through new Nepal Emissions Inventory (NEEMI)

8:50- 9:05

Matthew Ashfold, University of Nottingham Malaysia
Impacts of Northeast Monsoon cold surges on atmospheric composition in Southeast Asia

9:05- 9:20

Jianan Zou, Lanzhou University, China
The effects of aerosol chemical composition and hygroscopicity on the scattering coefficient in Beijing, China

9:20- 9:35

Ohnmar May Tin Hlaing,Environmental Quality Management Co., Ltd., Myanmar
Air Pollution in Myanmar Rural Ecosystem: The Issue Being Neglected So Far

9:35- 9:50

Hossain Mohammed Syedul Hoque, Center for Environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba University, Japan
Simultaneous observations of formaldehyde and glyoxal using MAX-DOAS as part of international remote sensing network SKYNET

9:50-10:05

Alok Pandey, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
Evaluating Tropospheric Ozone in UKCA model with aircraft (IAGOS), satellite (OMI) and Ozonesonde observations over South Asia

10:05-10:20

Zhining Tao, GESTAR-USRA/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
Interactions of Asian monsoon and regional air quality –Synergy between MICS-Asia and ACAM

10:20-10:50

Tea Break

SESSION 4:

Aerosols, Clouds and Their Interactions with Asian Monsoon (1)

 

Chairs: Jonathon Wright, Klaus Gottschaldt

10:50-11:10

Chandan Sarangi (invited), Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Aerosol-induced micro-physical, dynamical and structural changes in convective cloud systems during Indian monsoon

11:10-11:25

Mian Chin, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
Connections between air pollution and Asian winter/summer monsoon systems: Effects on surface air quality and UTLS aerosol composition

11:25-11:40

Canceled

Meigen Zhang, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
“Changes in the diurnal variations of clouds and precipitation induced by anthropogenic aerosols over East China in August 2008”

11:40-11:55

Shradda Dhungel, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, USA
The Effect of Aerosols and Agriculture on South Asian Summer Monsoon

11:55-12:10

No post

Tzung-May Fu, Southern University of Science and Technology, China
“Aerosols Suppress Mesoscale Convective System Activities in Southern China”

12:10-12:25

Piyush Patel, Physical Research Laboratory, India
Response of Indian summer monsoon to dust-induced modification in ice-clouds

12:25-13:40

Lunch Break

SESSION 5:

Aerosols, Clouds and Their Interactions with Asian Monsoon (2)

 

Chair: Bhupesh Adhikary

13:40-13:55

Xiaohua Pan, University of Maryland College Park/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
Connecting Indonesian Fires and Drought with the El Nino, Indian Ocean Dipole and Monsoon During 1979-2016

13:55-14:10

Corinna Kloss, CNRS, LPC2E, France
Transport of the 2017 Canadian wild fire plume to the tropics and global stratosphere via the Asian monsoon circulation

14:10-14:25

No post

Ritesh Gautam, Environmental Defense Fund, USA
“Extreme Smog over northern India during post-monsoon crop burning season: Quantifying long-term changes in aerosol loading and radiative effects using satellite data”

14:25-14:40

Kevin Henson, Manila Observatory, The Philippines
Interactions of Monsoon Precipitation, and Aerosol Composition & Transport in the Philippines (IMPACT-PH)

Session 6:

Impact of Asian Monsoon on Convection and Chemistry; UTLS Response to Asian Monsoon (1)

 

Chair: Federico Fierli

14:40-15:00

Hartwig Harder (Invited), Max-Planck Institute for Chemistry, Germany
The South Asian monsoon—pollution pump and purifier

15:00-15:15

Prabir Patra, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
Emissions of greenhouse gases and transport to the UT/LS region in monsoon Asia

15:15-15:30

Laura Pan, National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA
The Asian summer monsoon Chemical and Climate Impact Project (ACCLIP)

 

POSTER SESSION 2 & Tea

 

Chair: Hans Schlager

15:30-16:15

Poster introduction (1 min each)

16:15-18:10

Poster viewing & Tea

18:10

Adjourn

20:00-22:30

Workshop Dinner

 

 

 

 

 

DAY THREE: Friday, 28 June

Session 7:

Impact of Asian Monsoon on Convection and Chemistry; UTLS Response to Asian Monsoon (2)

 

Chairs: Hiroshi Tanimoto, Rolf Mueller

8:30- 8:50

Pengfei Yu (invited), NOAA, USA and Jinan University, China
Modeling Stratospheric Aerosols

8:50- 9:05

Michelle Santee, Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology, USA
Characterizing intraseasonal and interannual variability in the composition of the Asian summer monsoon anticyclone using Aura Microwave Limb Sounder measurements

9:05- 9:20

Federico Fierli, EUMETSAT, Germany
Diagnostics from in-situ observation from Geophysica measurements of the Asian summer monsoon campaign in 2017 and comparison with Chemistry-Climate-Model simulations

9:20- 9:35

Silvia Bucci, CNRS/PSL-ENS, Sorbonne Université/École polytechnique, France
Convective sources and transport patterns into the stratosphere during the 2017 StratoClim campaign

9:35- 9:50

Xiaolu Yan, Forschungszentrum (IEK-7: Stratosphere), Jülich, Germany
The efficiency of transport into the stratosphere via the Asian and North American monsoon circulations

9:50-10:05

No post.

Prajjwal Rawat, Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences, Nainital, India
“Balloon borne and Satellite observations of Himalayan UTLS region”

10:05-10:20

Baerbel Vogel, Forschungszentrum (FZJ), Jülich, Germany
Lagrangian simulations of the transport of young air masses to the top of the Asian monsoon anticyclone and into the tropical pipe

10:20-10:40

Tea Break

 

Working Group Discussion

10:40-11:40

Separate WG meetings

11:40-12:00

Report WG3 (Training School)

12:00-12:10

Report WG2 (Modeling and Analysis)

12:10-12:20

Report WG1 (Observations and Data Sharing)

12:20-14:40

Lunch Break

Session 8:

Impact of Asian Monsoon on Convection and Chemistry; UTLS Response to Asian Monsoon (3)

 

Chairs: Suresh Babu, Masatomo Fujiwara

14:40-15:00

Stephan Borrmann (invited), Max-Planck Institute for Chemistry, Germany
In-situ measurements of Aerosols and Clouds within the Asian Monsoon Anticyclone and the ATAL: Partical physical Properties and Chemical Composition

15:00-15:20

Michael Höpfner (invited), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IMK, Germany
Trace gases and aerosols in the AMA as observed by airborne infrared limb-imaging during StratoClim, Kathmandu, July 2017

15:20-15:35

No post

Juying Warner, University of Maryland College Park, USA
“Upper Tropospheric Ammonia Detected from AIRS”

15:35-15:50

Brice Barret,Laboratoire d'Aérologie, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, UPS, Toulouse, France
ATAL aerosol budget from high resolution simulations

15:50-16:05

Jean-Paul Vernier, NIA/NASA Langley Research Center, USA
The Impact of the Summer Asian Monsoon on UTLS aerosols

16:05-16:20

Jianchun Bian, LAGEO, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Overview of 10-year sounding water vapor, ozone and particle campaign (SWOP) at Lhasa and Kunming during the ASM (2009-2018)

16:20-16:35

Jonathon Wright, Tsinghua University, China
Outcomes of the SPARC Reanalysis Intercomparison Project: An Asian monsoon perspective"

16:35-16:50

Revised

Mark Parrington, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, UK
Atmospheric composition in the Asian monsoon from 2003-2016 in the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service Global Reanalysis

16:50-17:10

CLOSING

 

 

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