ACOM Seminars - 2016

ACOM Seminars > 2016

The ACOM Seminar series is an opportunity for NCAR staff and visitors to share scientific information that is of general interest to the Atmospheric Chemistry Observations & Modeling Laboratory. Seminars are typically held on Monday afternoons with a reception at 3:15 pm and the seminar starting at 3:30 pm in the main seminar room at the Foothills Laboratory (FL2-1022). Seminars may be held at other times and locations to accommodate interesting speakers whose schedules don't fit the normal schedule.

The seminars are organized by the ACOM seminar committee, which includes: John Ortega, Lisa Kaser, and Mike Mills. If you would like to present a seminar, have a visitor who would like to present a seminar or have a suggestion for a seminar speaker or topic that we should cover, then please contact one of them or send us an e-mail.

To subscribe to our mailing list and receive notification of upcoming seminars, please e-mail: seminar-committee@acom.ucar.edu .

2016 Seminars

Please click on the title to see the full announcement for the seminar.

Date & TimeSpeakerVideoLocationTitle & AnnouncementACOM Program
1/6/2016 
3:30PM
Susan Solomon
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
 FL2-1022
Auditorium
General interest
1/28/2016 
3:30PM
Ben Kravitz
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
viewMesa Lab, Main Seminar Room What We Know about Geoengineering from Climate Models (and What We Don't)Joint with CGD

2/8/2016
3:30PM

Eleanor Browne
University of Colorado, Boulder

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FL2-1022
Auditorium

Characterizing variations in atmospheric composition over the period 270 - 2013 AD: Measurements of a Greenland ice coreACCORD
2/29/2016 
3:30PM

Mary Barth
NCAR/ACOM

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FL2-1022
Auditorium

Thunderstorm Effects on Tropospheric CompositionGeneral Interest
3/7/2016 
11:00AM
Lynne Gratz
Colorado College
viewFL2-1001
Small auditorium 
Atmospheric Mercury from the Boundary Layer to the Free Troposphere: Airborne Observations of Emissions, Transport, and Chemistry ACCORD
4/11/2016
3:30PM

Qiang Fu
University of Washington

viewFL2-1022
Large Auditorium
Strengthening of the Brewer-Dobson circulation since 1980 seen from satellitesGeneral Interest
4/15/2016
3:30 PM

Annmarie Carlton
Rutgers University

viewFL2-1022
Large Auditorium
Aerosol water: now you see it, now you don’tACCORD
5/4/2016
3:30PM

Nga Lee (Sally) Ng
Georgia Institute of Technology

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FL2-1022
Large Auditorium

Organic Aerosols in the Southeastern United States:  Nitrate Radical Oxidation of Biogenic Volatile Organic Compouds ACCORD
8/9/2016
11:00AM

Beth Friedman
Colorado State University

 

FL2-1022
Large Auditorium

The role of secondary chemistry in atmospheric oxidation systems: anthropogenic perturbations and gas-particle interactionsGeneral Interest
8/11/2016
2:45PM

Xuan Zhang
Aerodyne

 FL2-1022
Large Auditorium
Understanding the Signature and Chemistry of Atmospheric Organic Aerosols General Interest
8/16/2016
2:45PM

Max McGillen
University Of Bristol, UK

 FL2-1022
Large Auditorium
Comprehensive laboratory studies of hydrocarbon oxidation mechanisms General Interest
8/18/2016
11:00AM

John Crounse
CalTech

 FL2-1022
Large Auditorium
Insights into the atmopsheric chemistry of isoprene from laboratory, field, and modeling studies General Interest
8/29/2016
3:30PM

Anja Schmidt
University of Leeds

viewFL2-1022
Large Auditorium
Environmental and climatic effects of volcanic aerosol: past, present and futureGeneral Interest
9/12/2016
3:30PM

Amanda Maycock
University of Leeds


FL2-1022
Large Auditorium
Outstanding challenges in simulating stratospheric water vapour and ozone and their climate effectsGeneral Interest

11/15/2016
3:30PM


Shantanu Jathar
Colorado State University

 FL2-1022
Large Auditorium
Investigating the atmospheric contribution of primary and secondary organic pollutants from mobile sources:  a little bit of this (measurements) and a little bit of that (modeling)General Interest
11/28/2016
3:30PM 

Ulrike Niemeier
Max Plank Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg 

 viewFL2-1022
Large Auditorium
Climate engineering: uncertainties and limitsGeneral Interest
12/1/2016
3:30PM
Jose D. Fuentes
The Pennsylvania State University
 viewFL2-1022
Large Auditorium
Air pollutants change the chemical composition of scents produced by flowers to attract insect pollinatorsGeneral Interest

 

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