Visitor Directory

Name Affiliation Host Research Dates
Natalie Kille University of Colorado Jim Hannigan

Correlative measurements with ACOM FTIR.  They wish to verify retrievals of tropospheric species they perform using a low spectral resolution instrument.  They will require a few nice sunny days for a good comparison with their mobile/airborne instrument.Read more

Nov 2018 to Dec 2018
Rahul Zaveri DOE/PNNL Sasha Madronich

Rahul will work with us on the GECKO-A model.  The plan is to couple the thermodynamic model MOSAIC with the chemical model GECKO-A.  This will allow prediction of aerosol water and ionic content.Read more

Nov 2018
Young-Hee Ryu Postdoc Alma Hodzic

Young-Hee will continue working on improving air quality predictions in presence of clouds using WRF-Chem, TUV, field campaign NOMADSS and SEAC4RS, and satellite data. In particular, she is writing up her study on the influence of cloud data assimilation on...Read more

Nov 2018 to Nov 2019
Alfonso Saiz-Lopez Department of Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Instituto de Química Física Rocasolano, CSIC Doug Kinnison

Alfonso will collaborate with Douglas Kinnison and other scientists in NCAR to further develop a global chemistry-climate model, CAM-Chem, to incorporate additional VSL chemistry into the new version of CESM2 (CAM-Chem). He will validate the revised CAM-Chem model by comparing...Read more

Oct 2018 to Nov 2018
Bernard Aumont LISA/U. Paris Sasha Madronich

Bernard is an Affiliate Scientist with ACOM, and is a co-developer of the GECKO-A model.  During his visit we will discuss and establish strategies for future GECKO-A model development and applications.  We will also discuss the planning of the NCAR/NSF...Read more

Oct 2018 to Nov 2018
Chi-Tsan Wang UNC-Chapel Hill Gabriele Pfister

Chi-Tsan will collaborate with us on extending the WRF-Chem IRR analysis tool to the T1 chemistry we recently added to WRF-Chem and develop a python-based analysis package we can share with the community. We will also work on a paper...Read more

Oct 2018 to Nov 2018
Adam Bourassa University of Saskatchewan Bill Randel

Adam Bourassa is the faculty advisor for Kimberlee Dube, who is a PhD student visitor in ACOM. We are working on analysis of long-term satellite measurements of stratospheric NO2, and making comparisons with WACCM simulations. Read more

Oct 2018
Doug Degenstein University of Saskatchewan Bill Randel

Doug Degenstein is a faculty advisor for Kimberlee Dube, who is a PhD student visitor in ACOM. We are collaborating on analysis of long-term satellite measurements of stratospheric NO2, and making comparisons with WACCM simulations. Read more

Oct 2018
Chris McLinden Environment and Climate Change Canada Bill Randel

Chris McLinden is a collaborator on a project involving Kimberlee Dube, who is a PhD student visitor in ACOM. We are working on analysis of long-term satellite measurements of stratospheric NO2, and making comparisons with WACCM simulations. Read more

Oct 2018
Jean-Pierre Chaboureau CNRS/LA Toulouse Alma Hodzic

Jean-Pierre has been collaborating with Alma to compare the results of the WRF-Chem and Meso-NH-Chem regional models. We are currently preparing for the AQMEII phase 4 modeling inter-comparison exercise. This model inter-comparison is particularly focused on deposition processes.Read more

Oct 2018 to Nov 2018
Yifan Zhang The University of Vermont Xuan Zhang

Yifan Zhang will help to develop a user-friendly interface that will be used for synchronized recording and processing of the data generated from a variety of instruments including chromatography and spectrometry. Her background in computer science will be an ideal...Read more

Oct 2018 to Jan 2019
Kimberlee Dube University of Saskatchewan Bill Randel

Kimberlee Dube is a graduate student at the University of Saskatchewan working with the OSIRIS satellite group. We will be collaborating on a project to evaluate long-term variability of stratospheric reactive nitrogen and ozone from merged satellite data records. We...Read more

Oct 2018 to Nov 2018
Kristie Boering University of California Berkeley Sue Schauffler

Kristie will be working with ACOM scientists on various field campaign measurements she has made from Whole Air Samples. Kristie will discuss with ACOM scientists the Whole Air Sampler current and future uses and operations as well as the potential...Read more

Oct 2018
Gregor Surawicz Bruker Optik GmbH Jim Hannigan

Gregor will install the Bruker Instrument in the OT lab. Read more

Sep 2018 to Oct 2018
Dan Phoenix University of Oklahoma Mary Barth
Dan Phoenix (U. Oklahoma) will continue analysis and documentation of a WRF-Chem simulation to understand the processes causing ozone wrapping around thunderstorm anvils. He is investigating stratosphere-troposphere exchange of trace gases (water associated with overshooting tops, and ozone...Read more
Sep 2018 to Dec 2018
Sabine Robrecht Research Center Juelich Simone Tilmes

Sabine will work with Simone Tilmes on CLaMS box modeling.Read more

Sep 2018 to Dec 2018
Keyhong Park KOPRI Louisa Emmons

Keyhong will be using CAM-chem simulations to study the Arctic and Antarctic atmosphere and ocean biogeochemistry. He has observations from a research vessel for many years during each hemisphere's summer that will be used to evaluate and improve CAM-chem.Read more

Aug 2018
Vanessa Brocchi Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l'Environnement et de l'Dspace, Centre natioal de la recherche scientifique (LPC2E/CNRS) Doug Kinnison

Dr. Brocchi will model the chemistry and dynamics of nitrous oxide (N2O) using a global model. For this task she will learn to run CESM2 (WACCM). The N2O measurements available for this work will be based on  aircraft, balloon, and...Read more

Aug 2018 to Sep 2018
Gretchen Mullendore University of North Dakota Mary Barth
We will work on a paper describing the utility of trace gases for meteorological experiments. The atmospheric chemistry community has often used ratios of hydrocarbons to identify airmass origins, to ensure they are sampling the same airmass in...Read more
Aug 2018
Annmarie Carlton UC-Irvine Louisa Emmons

We are collaborating on the representation of chemistry from fire emissions in models such as CAM-chem.  Analyses of lab and field measurements are being used to study oxidation of fire emissions and resulting ozone production.  Annmarie, Kelley Barsanti, and Christine...Read more

Aug 2018
Cameron Homeyer University of Oklahoma Laura Pan

Cameron's visit is part of the ASP program where his PhD Student Dan Pheonix has been supported to work at ACOM on WRF-chem modeling of convective transport.  Cameron will also interact with the UTLS group and will be giving a...Read more

Aug 2018
Kelley Barsanti UC-Riverside Louisa Emmons

We are collaborating on the representation of chemistry from fire emissions in models such as CAM-chem.  Analyses of lab and field measurements are being used to study oxidation of fire emissions and resulting ozone production.  Kelley, Annmarie Carlton and Christine...Read more

Aug 2018
Jerome Fast PNNL Mary Barth

His visit will be to give feedback on current WRF-Chem and MUSICA development plans. He will also interact with Madronich and Mouchel-Vallon on their modeling of GoAmazon and HI-SCALE chemistry.Read more

Aug 2018
Jennie Thomas CNRS Louisa Emmons
Analysis of OASIS data; modeling of fire impacts (including trash burning) on the Arctic; planning of field campaigns; WRF-Chem.Read more
Aug 2018
John Plane University of Leeds Dan Marsh

John Plane will be giving a seminar on the Impacts of cosmic dust throughout the Earth’s Atmosphere (and Mars). He will also be collaborating with NCAR scientists to document the chemical reaction rates in the atmospheres of neighboring planets.Read more

Aug 2018

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