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ACOM CIMS tour 2023.06.15 - group photo Anne Johansen of NSF Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences visits ACOM
NCAR Director Everette Joseph attends presentation of new APROC I-CIMS instrument
Hunga-Tonga illustration of underwater volcanic eruption Hunga-Tonga volcanic eruption and water vapor
Yunqian Zhu leads study on injection of water vapor into the stratosphere
Looking over the GV airplane wing at Mauna Kea, Hawaii, and the coast of Alaska. Photos by Eric Apel and Alessandro Franchin. TI3GER samples atmosphere over Hawaii and Alaska
Field campaign measured iodine-ozone chemistry
NSF/NCAR GV aircraft flies toward over Boulder toward the Continental Divide. Photo by Hongyu Guo at University of Colorado. TI3GER takes off for Hawaii
Field campaign based out of Kona will measure iodine-ozone chemistry
Arctic air spills into the United States on Feb. 9, 2021. Map: ClimateReanalyzer.org. Portrait of Nick Davis. Study questions explanation for winter’s brutal U.S. cold snap
Nick Davis leads study on connections between stratosphere and troposphere
Nuclear weapon test "Romeo" on Bikini Atoll, 27 March 1954. United States Department of Energy, public domain. Smoke from nuclear war would devastate ozone layer
Chuck Bardeen leads study on climate and UV effects
Images above the graph show a view of the South Pole in October over time including measurements taken in the past in 1971 and 2017 and model projections of ozone over the area for 2041 and 2065. The graph shows the average minimum ozone over Antarctica in October. Credit: NASA GSFC. Portrait of Julia Lee-Taylor. Julia Lee-Taylor contributes to media coverage
Montreal Protocol delivers vast health benefits
Tilmes and co-authors 2021, Figure 4a. Exploring the impact of stratospheric sulfur injection
Model experiments investigate the effect upon total ozone column
Screen shot of NCAR Explorer Series - August 25, 2021. NCAR Explorer Series with ACOM scientists
Helen Worden and David Edwards discuss satellites and air quality
Figure 2.9. Monthly global stratospheric temperature anomalies from the lower to upper stratosphere (bottom to top). Image credit: William Randel. BAMS releases State of the Climate report for 2020
ACOM contributes chapter on the stratosphere
Using SAGE III water vapor data collected from June 2017 - February 2021, the visualization illustrates the transport of water vapor in Earth’s stratosphere at various altitudes and latitudes. Credits: Mijeong Park/National Center for Atmospheric Research Studying Earth’s Stratospheric Water Vapor
Mijeong Park examines water vapor with SAGE III satellite
Countries represented at workshop Advancing Air Quality and Carbon Science in Africa Advancing Air Quality and Carbon Science in Africa
Workshop 10-12 March 2021 represented 26 non-US countries
Frank Flocke describes the formation of ozone from sunlight, NOx, and VOCs. ACOM scientists present at NCAR Explorer Series
Frank Flocke and Gabi Pfister discuss FRAPPÉ from Longmont Museum
Paul and Terta Crutzen at the banquet in Paul's honor. (Photo by Carlye Calvin, 3 December 1993) Paul Crutzen: A legacy that changed the World
Former ACD Director passed away on 28 January 2021
YouTube play arrow and Word Cloud diagram of ACOM seminar topics. Image by Graham Drews. ACOM Seminars from 2013-2017 now on YouTube
100+ videos about atmospheric chemistry ready for viewing
Pieternel Levelt to head Atmospheric Chemistry Observations & Modeling Laboratory (ACOM) at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). (Photo credit: © Sam Rentmeester) Pieternel Levelt chosen to lead ACOM
New lab director comes from The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute
UCAR staff telework from home ACOM Staff Telework From Home
Research continues during Covid-19 pandemic
Frontpage Slide Explicit Hydrocarbon Modeling with GECKO-A
Interactive web tool shows explicit chemical modeling results for >50 hydrocarbon precursors
Members of the ACOM/NCAR/MOPITT team. Terra Satellite Team Receives 2019 Pecora Award
ACOM/MOPITT team recognized for outstanding contributions
Climate Engineering Ideas 2018 by Rita Erven, Kiel Earth Institute Geoengineering is Just a Partial Solution to Fight Climate Change
Rutgers University reports on climate intervention strategies
Ivan Ortega fills dewar with liquid nitrogen; instruments on roof of ACOM laboratory. ACOM Continues Essential Observations From Foothills Lab
Global NDACC network includes measurements of acetylene and ethane
MOPITT total tropospheric CO column values - plots by Sara Martinez-Alonso COVID-19 impact on Asian emissions
Insight from space observations
Instruments on the Terra satellite. NASA image. MOPITT First Light
Satellite instrument began to transmit data 20 years ago
ACCLIP Science Team - February 5, 2020 Meeting of ACCLIP Science Team
Scientists gather to discuss field campaign
Terra fire detections over New South Wales, Australia. Image by NASA. Seeing the Parts for the Whole
Terra satellite with MOPITT instrument
Andrew Conley, Chuck Bardeen, Doug Kinnison, Mike Mills, and Tony Busalacchi UCAR Outstanding Publication 2019
Mike Mills and co-authors research global volcanic aerosol properties using CESM1 (WACCM)
David Edwards present the patent award to Jim Hannigan. Patent Award to Jim Hannigan and Bill Mankin
Interferometer patent #9,952,031
TROPOMI observations during August 2019 Massive Smoke Plume from Siberian Fires Reaches North America
TROPOMI satellite instrument observes carbon monoxide from space
Looking out the TOGA-TOF window of NASA DC8 at smoke plume during FIREX-AQ 2019. TOGA-HR-TOF: High Resolution Time-Of-Flight System
ACOM instrument samples wildfire smoke during FIREX-AQ
The NASA DC-8 with instruments along the windows. Photo by NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center / Ken Ulbrich. FIREX-AQ Field Campaign is Underway
ACOM scientists and instruments fly from Boise and Salina