Wed Apr 11:  Model Overview | Global Tropopsheric Chemistry, | Aerosols I | Aerosols II | Posters

Thu Apr 12:  Biomass Burning | VOC Emissions & C Fluxes | NOx Emiss & Chem | Mercury

Fri Apr 13:  Regional Air Quality | Intercontinental Transport | Working Group Reports

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Wednesday April 11, 2007

Model Overview (Daniel Jacob, chair)

Global Tropospheric Chemistry (Dylan Jones, chair)

Aerosols I (Qinbin Li, chair)

Aerosols II (Randall Martin, chair)

Poster Session

  • Evaluating the global health impact of intercontinental transport of fine aerosols Junfeng Liu, Princeton University
  • A regional aerosol modeling perspective on global models Scott Spak, University of Wisconsin
  • A model study of ozone over Europe during the August 2003 heat wave Guergana Guerova, University of Wollongong
  • Long range transport of ammonia from sugarcane cropping Guergana Guerova, University of Wollongong
  • Air pollution radiative forcing from emission sectors: prototype for a new IPCC bar chart Nadine Unger, NASA/GISS
  • Future trends in ozone exceedances over the Northeast United States Loretta Mickley, Harvard University
  • Air quality degradation in future climate due to decreased cyclone frequency Eric Leibensperger, Harvard University
  • Evaluation of GMI Combo model simulations with TES ozone data: indirect TES validation Jennifer Logan, Harvard University
  • Evaluating model contributions to tropospheric ozone with aircraft data in factor-projected space Changsub Shim, JPL
  • CMAQ modeling of China's regional air quality Dan Chen, Tsinghua University
  • Evaluation of Tropospheric Aerosol Microphysics Simulations Using Observations Win Trivitayanurak, Carnegie-Mellon University
  • Sea-salt aerosols: impact on air pollution of the Attica Peninsula Greece E. Athanasopoulou, National Observatory of Athens
  • Influence of the city of Athens in the evolution of the sea-breeze front A. Dandou, National Observatory of Athens
  • Influence of different PBL schemes on ozone predictions over the GAA E. Bossioli, National Observatory of Athens
  • Comparison of the GMI Combo CTM with observations from the Aura period Duncan, Yoshida, Rodriguez, NASA/GSFC
  • Source-receptor relationship of trans-Pacific transport of East Asian sulfate Junfeng Liu, Princeton University
  • Processes driving ozone in the tropics and in the South Atlantic Bastien Sauvage, Dalhousie University

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Biomass Burning (Jennifer Logan, chair)

VOC Emissions and Carbon Fluxes (Prasad Kasibhatla, chair)

NOx Emissions and Chemistry (Isabelle Bey, chair)

Mercury (Lyatt Jaegle, chair)

Friday, April 13, 2007

Regional Air Quality (Rokjin Park, chair)

Intercontinental Transport (Daewon Byun, chair)

Working Group Summaries

  • Emissions (Prasad Kasibhatla and Jennifer Logan, leads)
  • Chemistry, (Isabelle Bey and Yuhang Wang, leads)
  • Aerosols (Rokjin Park and Fangqun Yu, leads)
  • Regional Air Quality (Daewon Byun and Yuxuan Wang, leads)
  • Inverse Modeling and Data Assimilation (Dylan Jones and Qinbin Li, leads)
  • Mercury and Biogeochemistry (Lyatt Jaegle and Parv Suntharalingam, leads)