ACOM Seminars - 2015

ACOM Seminars > 2015

The page has a list of all of the ACOM seminars that took place in the year 2015. For the full meeting announcement including the abstract, please click on the title.

DateSpeakerTitle & AnnouncementVideo Webcast
01/12/2015

Emily Fischer
Department of Atmospheric Science
Colorado State University 

Fresh insights into the sources and distribution of peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN) from new in situ and satellite observations

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02/09/2015Eloise Marais
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Harvard University

Shedding light on air quality in Africa using satellite observations

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03/16/2015


Dan Marsh
ACOM, NCAR

The response of the middle atmosphere to energetic particle precipitation

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03/18/2015

Alma Hodzic
ACOM, NCAR

Rethinking organic aerosol formation and removal in chemistry-climate models

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03/19/2015

Kazuyuki Miyazaki
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth 
Science and Technology

A tropospheric chemistry reanalysis for the years 2005--2012 based on an assimilation of OMI, MLS, TES and MOPITT satellite data 

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04/23/2015

Jun Wang
Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Satellite Remote Sensing of Aerosols for Air Quality and Climate Studies:  Current Capabilities and Next Steps

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05/13/2015

Junghong Wei
Department of Meteorology
Pennsylvania State University

Toward improving parameterizations of jet/front gravity waves associated with idealized moist baroclinic waves

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06/10/2015

Kathryn Emmerson
Oceans & Atmosphere Flagship
CSIRO

Using MEGAN in high resolution air quality studies in eucalypt-rich Australia 

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06/16/2015

Sergey Nizkorodov
Department of Chemistry
University of California, Irvine 

Photochemical and Dark Aging of Organic Aerosols 

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8/31/2015

Ken Minschwaner
Department of Physics
New Mexico Institute of
Mining and Technology
 

Quantifying Vertical Transport Above the Tropical Tropopause Using Water Vapor and Carbon Monoxide Measurements from the Aura Microwave Limb Sounder

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