15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation

Program Chair: Jui-Yuan Christine Chiu , University of Reading
Reviewer: Jennifer D. Small Griswold , Univ. of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

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Sunday, 8 July 2018

5:00 PM-7:00 PM: Sunday, 8 July 2018


Registration
Location: Balmoral/Windsor (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

Monday, 9 July 2018

7:30 AM-5:00 PM: Monday, 9 July 2018


Registration
Location: Balmoral/Windsor (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

9:00 AM-10:00 AM: Monday, 9 July 2018


Session 1
New Approaches to Radiation Measurements
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Christine Chiu, Colorado State University; Samuel E. LeBlanc, NASA/ARC
9:00 AM
1.1
On the Measurement of Earth's Energy Imbalance from Space
Maria Z. Hakuba, JPL, Pasadena, CA; and G. L. Stephens, B. Christophe, B. Foulon, A. E. Nash, S. V. Bettadpur, B. Tapley, and F. Webb

9:15 AM
1.2
CLARREO Pathfinder Mission: Calibrating Climate Observing Systems of the Future
Bruce A. Wielicki, NASA, Hampton, VA; and C. Lukashin, Y. L. Shea, G. Kopp, P. Pilewskie, P. Smith, K. J. Thome, S. Limaye, G. Fleming, G. Ucker, R. Cooke, and A. A. Golub

9:30 AM
1.3
New Observations of the Water Vapour Continuum in Near-Infrared Windows
Jon Elsey, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom; and T. Gardiner, M. Coleman, and K. P. Shine

10:00 AM-10:30 AM: Monday, 9 July 2018


Coffee Break
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Monday, 9 July 2018


Session 2
Observations of Earth Radiation Budget and Climate
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Robert Pincus, CIRES; Kathleen Lantz, NOAA
10:30 AM
2.1
Satellite Observations of Earth's Energy Budget and Climate: Past, Present and Future (Invited Presentation)
Norman Loeb, NASA/LaRC, Hampton, VA; and T. Thorsen, H. Wang, W. Su, and S. Kato

11:00 AM
2.2
TSIS-1: Continuity of the Total and Spectral Solar Irradiance Climate Data Record from Space
Peter Pilewskie, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO; and G. Kopp, E. Richard, O. Coddington, T. Sparn, and T. Woods

11:15 AM
2.3
Earth’s Global Reflectance Spectral Variability As Observed By DSCOVR/EPIC
Alexander Marshak, NASA, Greenbelt, MD; and W. Yang, T. Várnai, and Y. Knyazikhin

11:30 AM
2.4
Surface Radiation Budget from CERES Edition 4.0 EBAF-Surface Data Product
Seiji kato, LRC, Hampton, VA; and F. G. Rose, D. A. Rutan, T. Thorsen, N. Loeb, D. R. Doelling, X. Huang, W. L. Smith Jr., W. Su, and S. H. Ham

11:45 AM
2.5
Satellite-Based Versus Ground-Based Radiation Fluxes Under ALL-Sky and CLEAR-Sky Conditions: The GEWEX SRB GSW(Rel. 4.0-IP) Results Versus Their BSRN and RadFlux Counterparts
Taiping Zhang, SSAI/NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; and P. W. Stackhouse Jr., S. J. Cox, and J. C. Mikovitz

1:30 PM-3:00 PM: Monday, 9 July 2018


Session 3
Atmosphere-Surface Coupling and Energy Budget
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Martin Wild, ETH Zurich; Claire Pettersen, Univ. of Wisconsin
1:30 PM
3.1
1:45 PM
3.2
The Role of Cloud Radiative Effects in North Atlantic SST Variability
Casey R. Patrizio, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; and D. W. J. Thompson and D. A. Randall

2:30 PM
3.5
Improved Representations of Surface Spectral Emissivity and Cloud Longwave Scattering in a Global Climate Model for More Realistic Atmosphere-Surface Radiative Coupling
Xianglei Huang, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; and X. Chen, Y. H. Chen, C. P. Kuo, P. Yang, M. G. Flanner, D. Feldman, and C. Kuo

2:45 PM
3.6

3:00 PM-3:30 PM: Monday, 9 July 2018


Coffee Break
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

3:30 PM-5:00 PM: Monday, 9 July 2018


Session 4
Radiation, Climate Variability, and Climate Change
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: David Paynter, NOAA/GFDL; Maria Z. Hakuba, JPL
3:30 PM
4.1
Utilization Of The Spectral Dimension To Reveal Distinct Processes Controlling The Albedo Of Earth
Jake J. Gristey, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom; and J. Y. C. Chiu, R. J. Gurney, and K. P. Shine

3:45 PM
4.2
Radiation flux variability over West Africa: the role of clouds, aerosols and water vapour in observations and CMIP5 models
Anna Mackie, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom; and P. I. Palmer and H. E. Brindley

4:00 PM
4.3
Understanding the Super Greenhouse Effect through OLR Variability during ENSO events
Shiv Priyam Raghuraman, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ; and D. Paynter and V. Ramaswamy

4:15 PM
4.4
Mechanism of Fast Atmospheric Energetic Equilibration Following Radiative Forcing by CO2
Tra Dinh, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; and S. Fueglistaler

4:30 PM
4.5
Analyzing the Radiative Feedbacks Using Kernel and Neural Network Methods
Yi Huang, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada; and T. Zhu

4:45 PM
4.6
On Constraining Uncertainty in Cloud Feedback with Climate Change Retrieval Stability and Radiometric Calibration Requirements
Yolanda L. Shea, NSA/LaRC, Hampton, VA; and B. A. Wielicki, S. Sun-Mack, P. Minnis, M. D. Zelinka, and T. Thorsen

5:00 PM-7:00 PM: Monday, 9 July 2018


Formal Poster Viewing/Reception
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

Joint Poster Session 1
Aerosol-Cloud Indirect Effects Posters
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Hosts: (Joint between the 15th Conference on Cloud Physics; and the 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation )
1
Field Validation of a New Installation of the BMI CVI on the FAAM BAa146 Using a 7-Port Turbulence Probe and in Situ Observations
Paul Alan Barrett, Met Office, Exeter, United Kingdom; and D. Birch, J. Bowles, I. Crawford, M. J. Flynn, J. Dorsey, and K. N. Bower

3
The Application Study of the WRF Double-Moment 6-Class Microphysics Scheme in the GRAPES_Meso Model
Hong Wang, Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, Beijing, IL, China

4
Development of a High-Resolution Ocean-Waves-Atmosphere Coupled System for Tropical Storms Modeling
Christelle Barthe, Laboratoire de l'Atmosphère et des Cyclones (UMR8105, CNRS/Météo-France/Université de La Réunion), Saint Denis, Reunion; and J. Pianezze, T. Hoarau, P. Tulet, S. Bielli, M. Claeys, J. P. Pinty, O. Bousquet, S. Jullien, G. Cambon, H. Vérèmes, and J. Delanoë

6
Large-Eddy Simulations of Namibian Stratocumulus Evolution during ORACLES-2016
Ann M. Fridlind, NASA, New York, NY; and A. S. Ackerman, D. Painemal, H. Lee, A. M. Dasilva, J. D. S. Griswold, M. R. Poellot, and S. Howell

7
Simulating Aerosol-Cloud Interactions Using a Climate Model with Explicit Embedded Boundary Layer Turbulence
Christopher R. Terai, University of California - Irvine, Irvine, CA; and H. Parishani, M. S. Pritchard, C. S. Bretherton, and M. C. Wyant

9
How Does the Treatment of Rain in Gcms Improve Cloud Susceptibility to Aerosols?
Takuro Michibata, Univ. of Tokyo, Chiba, Japan; and K. Suzuki and T. Takemura

10
Characteristics of Aerosols, CCN and IN Abilities from Ground-Based Observations at Tsukuba, Japan
Narihiro Orikasa, MRI, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; and A. Saito, K. Yamashita, T. Tajiri, Y. Zaizen, T. H. Kuo, and M. Murakami

12
Beyond Case Studies—an Emulator Approach to Stratocumulus
Franziska Glassmeier, ESRL, Boulder, CO; and F. Hoffmann, J. S. Johnson, T. Yamaguchi, K. Carslaw, and G. Feingold

14
Aerosol-Coud Indirect Effects in Midlatitude Cyclones—Insights from Remote Sensing Observations and Convection-Permitting Global Aquaplanet Simulations.
Daniel T. McCoy, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom; and P. R. Field, A. Hill, F. Bender, A. Schmidt, D. P. Grosvenor, G. S. Elsaesser, B. Shipway, and J. M. Wilkinson

15
Detectability of Fast Cloud Adjustments in Large-Scale High-Resolution Simulations
Odran Sourdeval, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany; and M. Costa-Surós, S. Crewell, C. Carbajal Henken, C. Engler, J. Hesemann, C. Hoose, H. Rykba, J. kretzschmar, and J. Quaas

16
Aerosols and Cloud-Aerosol Interactions in the Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SM) Version 1
Hailong Wang, PNNL, Richland, WA; and P. L. Ma, R. Easter, K. Zhang, B. Singh, Y. Feng, S. M. Burrows, R. Zhang, Y. Yang, Y. Qian, S. Ghan, and P. J. Rasch

18
The Boundary Layer of the Remote Southeast Atlantic is Often Smoky and Other Recent Findings from the LASIC Campaign.
Paquita Zuidema, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, Miami, FL; and R. Delgadillo, J. Zhang, A. J. Sedlacek, and C. Flynn

19
Non-monotonic Dependencies of Cloud Microphysics and Precipitation on Aerosol Loading in Deep Convective Clouds: A Case Study Using the WRF-bin Model
Ye-Lim Jeon, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South); and S. Moon, H. Lee, and J. J. Baik

21
Observations of Aerosol-Cloud Interactions during the North Atlantic Aerosol and Marine Ecosystem Study
Kenneth Sinclair, Columbia University / NASA GISS, New York, NY; and B. van Diedenhoven, B. Cairns, M. Alexandrov, A. S. Ackerman, L. D. Ziemba, R. H. Moore, E. Crosbie, and C. A. Hostetler

22
Seasonal and Geographical Variations in CCN Ability of Atmospheric Aerosols and Cloud Droplet Concentrations in Japan Based on In Situ Aircraft Measurements
Masataka Murakami, Nagoya Univ., Nagoya, Japan; and N. Orikasa, A. Saito, K. Yamashita, and T. Tajiri

23
Do Shiptracks Really Make a Difference Globally?
Tianle Yuan, GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and C. Wang, S. Platnick, K. Meyer, and L. Oreopoulos

24
Characteristics of Precipitation Response to the Severe Hazes in Korea Peninsula
Seung-Hee Eun, Gangeung-Wonju National Univ., Gangneung, Korea, Republic of (South); and W. Zhang, S. M. Park, and B. G. Kim

25
Observed Characteristics of Precipitation Timing during the Hazes: Implication to Aerosol-Precipitation Interation
Wenting Zhang, Gangeung-Wonju National Univ., Gangneung, Korea, Republic of (South); and S. H. Eun, S. M. Park, H. Hwang, and B. G. Kim

26
Understanding and Testing the Aerosol Radiative Forcing Responses of a Global Model for the North Atlantic Region as Part of ACSIS.
Daniel P. Grosvenor, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom; and K. Carslaw, P. R. Field, H. Gordon, and M. Dalvi

28
Biomass Burning Aerosol and Open Cell Formation
Jan Kazil, NOAA/Earth System Research Laboratory, Boulder, CO; and G. Feingold and T. Yamaguchi

29
Modeled Shipping Lane Produces Sustained Convective Invigoration
Peter N. Blossey, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; and C. S. Bretherton, J. A. Thornton, and K. S. Virts

30
Regional Properties of Aerosol Indirect Effect using AHI satellite data
Miho Sekiguchi, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan

31
Implementing a Chemistry Package for Representing Aerosol Indirect Effects in a Global Weather Forecasting Model
Jung-Yoon Kang, Korea Institute of Atmospheric Prediction Systems, Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South); and S. Y. Bae, R. S. Park, and J. Y. Han

32
Variability in Cloud Condensation Nuclei Spectra from Multiyear Measurements
Peter J. Marinescu, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO; and S. M. Kreidenweis, E. J. T. Levin, and D. R. Collins

33
Low Cloud Responses to Solar Absorption By Black Carbon Aerosols
Eric M. Wilcox, DRI, Reno, NV; and J. Wang


Poster Session 1A
Atmosphere-Surface Coupling, Surface Energy Budget, and Earth Radiation Budget
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
126
Estimation of CERES TOA Fluxes using Artificial Neural Network Algorithms
Bijoy Vengasseril Thampi, SSAI, Hampton, VA; and T. Wong, C. Lukashin, and N. Loeb

127
Validation of the CERES SYN1deg Edition-4 GEO enhanced TOA flux product
D.R. doelling, NASA/LaRC, Hampton, VA; and M. Sun, F. J. Wrenn IV, and M. L. Nordeen

129
130
Towards Observation-Based Time Series for the Partitioning of Solar Energy in the Climate System
Matthias Schwarz, ETH, Zürich, Switzerland; and D. Folini, M. Z. Hakuba, S. Yang, and M. Wild

131
132
Validation of the CERES Edition 4A Surface-Only Flux Algorithms
Anne C. Wilber, SSAI, Hampton, VA; and D. P. Kratz, S. K. Gupta, and V. E. Sothcott

133
GEWEX SRB Release 4: Full Timeseries Analysis
Stephen J. Cox, SSAI, Hampton, VA; and P. W. Stackhouse Jr., J. C. Mikovitz, and T. Zhang

134
CERES Fast Longwave And SHortwave Radiative Flux (FLASHFlux) Version4A and FLASHFlux NPP.
Parnchai K. Sawaengphokhai, SSAI, Hampton, VA; and P. W. Stackhouse Jr., D. P. Kratz, S. K. Gupta, and A. C. Wilber

135
A Global Perspective On The Diurnal Cycle Of Outgoing Radiation
Jake J. Gristey, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom; and J. Y. C. Chiu, R. J. Gurney, C. Morcrette, P. G. Hill, J. E. Russell, and H. E. Brindley

136
Understanding Cloud Radiative Effects via Different Cloud Classifications
Lazaros Oreopoulos, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and N. Cho and D. Lee

137
Multi-layered Cloud Radiative Effects at the Surface Using A-train Data
Antonio Viudez-Mora, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; and S. Kato and W. L. Smith Jr.

138
The Breathing of the Tropical Troposphere
Maria Z. Hakuba, JPL, Pasadena, CA; and C. O. Ao, P. Vergados, A. J. Mannucci, and G. L. Stephens

139
Seasonal Variation of Surface Energy Budget In a Tropical Wet and Dry Climate Area of West Africa
Adewale Iyiola Ajao, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria; and M. A. Ayoola and O. O. Jegede

140
Land Surface All-Wave and All-Sky Radiation Estimation Based on Remotely Sensed Measurements
Tianxing Wang, Institute of remote sensing and digital earth, CAS, Beijing, China; and J. Shi and L. husi

141
Long Term Variability of Surface Solar Radiation, Sunshine Duration and Diurnal Temperature Range at São Paulo, Brazil
Marcia A. Yamasoe, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil; and N. M. E. Rosário and S. N. S. M. Almeida

142
Radiative Closure Studies Over the Arctic During Polarstern Expedition PS106
Carola Barrientos, Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research, Leipzig, Germany; and H. Deneke, A. Macke, H. Griesche, P. Seifert, and R. Engelmann

143
Impact of Aerosol Absorption, Planetary Boundry Layer and their Coupling on Air Quality
Zhanqing li, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; and Z. dong

144

Poster Session 1B
Radiative Transfer Theory
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
145
146
Six-Stream Spherical Harmonic Expansion Approximation for Solar Radiative Transfer
Feng Zhang, Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, Nanjing, China

147
Effect of Linewidth Narrowing on Radiative Forcing
William A. van Wijngaarden, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada; and W. Happer

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Tuesday, 10 July 2018

7:30 AM-6:00 PM: Tuesday, 10 July 2018


Registration
Location: Balmoral/Windsor (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

8:30 AM-10:00 AM: Tuesday, 10 July 2018


Session 5
Special Session: Radiative-Transfer and Effective-Medium Theories: Recent Fundamental Advances and Current Outlook
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Michael Mishchenko, NASA GISS; Lei Bi, Texas A&M Univ.
8:30 AM
5.1
Radiative-Transfer and Effective-Medium Theories: A Current Outlook
Michael Mishchenko, NASA GISS, New York, NY

9:30 AM
5.3
Three-Dimensional Radiative Transfer - Do We Need it and Can We Afford it? (Invited Presentation)
Bernhard Mayer, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen (LMU), Muenchen, Germany

10:00 AM-10:30 AM: Tuesday, 10 July 2018


Coffee Break
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Tuesday, 10 July 2018


Session 6
Radiative Transfer Theory
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Guosheng Liu, Florida State University; Tra Dinh, University of Auckland
10:30 AM
6.1
11:00 AM
6.3
A New Outlook on Ice Cloud through Sub-Millimetre-Wave Scattering
Anthony Baran, Met Office, Exeter, United Kingdom; and S. Havemann, S. Fox, J. C. Thelen, C. Harlow, O. Sourdeval, H. Ishimoto, E. Hesse, K. N. Bower, and S. O'Shea

11:15 AM
6.4
Examining Scattering Signatures from Underlying Snow/Ice Layers in the Microwave Sea Ice Emissivity
Byung-Ju Sohn, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Seoul National University,, Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South); and S. M. Lee and H. Shi

11:30 AM
6.5
An Analytical Model for Spatially Varying Clear-Sky CO2 Forcing
Nadir Jeevanjee, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

11:45 AM
6.6
The Relative Roles of Radiation and Convection in Equilibrium Atmospheres
Roger Davies, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; and N. Edkins

12:00 PM-1:30 PM: Tuesday, 10 July 2018


Conference Luncheon & Lecture
Location: Plaza/Georgia Ballroom (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

Lecture 1
Haurwitz Lecture
Hosts: (Joint between the 15th Conference on Cloud Physics; and the 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation )
12:00 PM
L1.1

1:30 PM-3:00 PM: Tuesday, 10 July 2018


Joint Session 1
Aerosol-Cloud Indirect Effects -Part I
Location: Regency E/F (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Hosts: (Joint between the 15th Conference on Cloud Physics; and the 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation )
Cochairs: Allison McComiskey, NOAA; Jennifer Small Griswold, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
1:30 PM
J1.1
Estimating the Regional Bias of MODIS-retrieved Cloud Droplet Effective Radius through MISR-MODIS Data Fusion
Dongwei Fu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL; and L. Di Girolamo, L. Liang, and G. Zhao

1:45 PM
J1.2
Influence of Turbulent Fluctuations on Cloud Droplet Size Dispersion and Aerosol Indirect Effects
Kamal Kant Chandrakar, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI; and W. Cantrell and R. A. Shaw

2:00 PM
J1.3
Discovery of Supermicron-size Soot Particles over the South East Atlantic Ocean
Rose Marie Miller, University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign, Urbana, IL; and G. M. McFarquhar, S. Gupta, M. R. Poellot, J. R. O'Brien, D. Delene, M. Segal-Rozenhaimer, A. J. Sedlacek, and C. Dang

2:15 PM
J1.4
2:45 PM
J1.6
The Evolution of the Southeast Atlantic Boundary Layer Determined from Meteosat-10 Cloud Retrievals, GEOS-5 Model Outputs, and Observations during ORACLES 2016
David Painemal, SSAI/NASA Langley, Hampton, VA; and A. M. Fridlind, H. Lee, R. Palikonda, W. L. Smith Jr., R. A. Ferrare, A. M. Dasilva, and J. D. S. Griswold

3:00 PM-3:30 PM: Tuesday, 10 July 2018


Coffee Break
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

3:30 PM-6:00 PM: Tuesday, 10 July 2018


Joint Session 2
Aerosol-Cloud Indirect Effects -Part II
Location: Regency E/F (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Hosts: (Joint between the 15th Conference on Cloud Physics; and the 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation )
Cochairs: Qiang Fu, Univ. of Washington; Sara Lance, SUNY
3:45 PM
J2.2
The Large Scale Dynamical Response of Clouds to Aerosol Forcing
Brian J. Soden, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL

4:00 PM
J2.3
4:15 PM
J2.4
Using a Ten-Year Collocated MODIS, CALIOP, and Model Dataset to Explore the First Aerosol Indirect Effect over Southeast Asia
Alexa Ross, CIMSS, Madison, WI; and R. Holz, J. S. Reid, G. Quinn, P. Xian, D. J. Posselt, and J. Turk

4:30 PM
J2.5
Process-Oriented Versus Energy-Based Constraints on Aerosol-Cloud Interaction
Kentaroh Suzuki, Univ. of Tokyo, Chiba, Japan; and X. Jing and T. Michibata

4:45 PM
J2.6
Investigating the Impact of Anthropogenic Pollution on Cloud Properties Derived from Ground Based Remote Sensors at the North Slope of Alaska
Maximilian Maahn, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO; and C. Acquistapace, G. de Boer, C. Cox, G. Feingold, T. Marke, M. Shupe, C. Wiedinmyer, and C. R. Williams

5:00 PM
J2.7
Mutual Information Analysis of Aerosol-Cloud-Meteorology Interactions during LASSO
Ian Glenn, CIRES, Boulder, CO; and G. Feingold and E. T. Sena

5:15 PM
J2.8
Joint Impact of Aerosol Radiation Interaction and Aerosol-Cloud-Interactions on the Development of Convective Clouds and Severe Storms
Zhanqing li, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; and D. Rosenfeld, J. Fan, S. S. Lee, J. Guo, and J. Liu

5:30 PM
J2.9
Influence of Droplet Sedimentation on Stratocumulus Cloud-Top Entrainment: Impact on Aerosol Indirect Effect in GISS ModelE3
Andrew S. Ackerman, NASA/GISS, New York, NY; and M. Kelley, Y. Cheng, A. M. Fridlind, S. E. Bauer, G. V. Cesana, G. S. Elsaesser, and A. D. Del Genio

Wednesday, 11 July 2018

7:30 AM-5:00 PM: Wednesday, 11 July 2018


Registration
Location: Balmoral/Windsor (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

8:30 AM-10:00 AM: Wednesday, 11 July 2018


Session 7
Parameterizations of Radiative Processes
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Xianglei Huang, Univ. of Michigan; Alexandra L. Jones, GFDL
9:00 AM
7.2
Cloud Horizontal Inhomogeneity and the Plane-Parallel Albedo Bias—Contrasting High and Coarse Resolution Atmospheric Models
Hartwig Deneke, Leibniz-Institute for Tropospheric Research, Leipzig, Germany; and S. Bley, V. Barlakas, and F. Senf

9:15 AM
7.3
9:30 AM
7.4
Should General Circulation Model Radiation Schemes Include Rain?
Peter G. Hill, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom; and J. Y. C. Chiu, R. P. Allan, J. D. Chern, and A. Hill

10:00 AM-10:30 AM: Wednesday, 11 July 2018


Coffee Break
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Wednesday, 11 July 2018


Session 8
Radiative Forcing Revisited
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Norman Loeb, NASA/LaRC; Jon Elsey, University of Reading
10:30 AM
8.1
Narrowing the Uncertainty in Radiative Forcing (Invited Presentation)
Robert Pincus, CIRES, Boulder, CO; and E. J. Mlawer, S. A. Buehler, J. Manners, and D. Paynter

11:00 AM
8.2
Global Line-by-Line Calculations of Aerosol Radiative Forcing: Understanding Sources of Error in GCM Radiation Codes
David Paynter, NOAA/GFDL, Princeton, NJ; and S. M. Freidenreich, A. L. Jones, D. Feldman, V. Ramaswamy, and W. D. Collins

11:15 AM
8.3
11:30 AM
8.4
Aerosol Radiative Forcing with the MACv2 Aerosol Climatology
Stefan Kinne, Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany, Hamburg, Germany

11:45 AM
8.5
Towards Quantifying Global Aerosol Radiative Effects Using Lidar
Tyler Thorsen, LRC, Hampton, VA; and R. Ferrare, C. A. Hostetler, S. P. Burton, M. A. Vaughan, X. Liu, S. Stamnes, K. A. Powell, E. Chemyak, and D. Mueller

1:30 PM-3:00 PM: Wednesday, 11 July 2018


Session 9
Remote Sensing of Aerosols
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Jens Redemann, NASA/ARC; Makiko Hashimoto, Japan Aerospace Explortion Agency (JAXA)
1:45 PM
9.2
Constraints on Anthropogenic Iron Oxide Aerosols on a Global Scale
Kara D. Lamb, NOAA, Boulder, CO; and J. Katich, M. Thatcher, K. D. Froyd, A. Perring, J. R. Spackman, B. Weinzierl, and J. P. Schwarz

2:00 PM
9.3
Multiangle, Polarimetric Observations of Absorbing Aerosols from AirMSPI
Olga V. Kalashnikova, JPL, Pasadena, CA; and M. Garay, F. Xu, and D. J. Diner

2:15 PM
9.4
Using High-Spatial-Resolution Aircraft Remote Sensing to Explore Aerosols Near Clouds during SEAC4RS
Robert Levy, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and R. S. Spencer, S. Mattoo, L. Remer, D. L. Hlavka, G. T. Arnold, S. Platnick, and A. Marshak

2:30 PM
9.5
Algorithm for Retrieval of Aerosol Optical Properties over the East Asia from Geostationary Environment Monitoring Spectrometer (GEMS)
Sujung Go, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South); and J. Kim, M. Kim, O. Torres, C. Ahn, R. Spurr, M. Choi, and H. K. Lim

2:45 PM
9.6
Quantifying the Direct Radiative Effect of Absorbing Aerosols for Numerical Weather Prediction: A Case Study
Mayra I. Oyola, American Society for Engineering Education/NRL, Monterey, CA; and J. R. Campbell, P. Xian, A. Bucholtz, R. A. Ferrare, S. P. Burton, O. Kalashnikova, B. Ruston, and S. Lolli

3:00 PM-3:30 PM: Wednesday, 11 July 2018


Coffee Break
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

3:30 PM-5:00 PM: Wednesday, 11 July 2018


Session 10
Radiative Effect and Feedback of Clouds on Weather and Climate
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Patrick Taylor, NASA LaRC; Sarah Y. Murphy, Washington State University
3:30 PM
10.1
Aerosol-Fog Interaction: Forecast Busts and Climate Forcing
Ian A. Boutle, Met Office, Exeter, UK; and J. Price, I. Kudzotsa, H. Kokkola, and S. Romakkaniemi

3:45 PM
10.2
Radiative Impact of Low-Level Clouds over southern West Africa on the Regional Monsoon: a NWP Model Study with ICON
Anke Kniffka, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany; and P. Knippertz and A. H. Fink

4:00 PM
10.3
4:15 PM
10.4
The Radiative Impact of Clouds over the Antarctic Peninsula and Southern Ocean
Penny M. Rowe, University of Santiago of Chile, Santiago, Chile; and E. Sepulveda, S. P. Neshyba, M. Caballero, A. Damiani, and R. Cordero

4:30 PM
10.5
Rethinking the Radiative Influence of Cirrus Clouds in Climate—Lessons Learned from CALIPSO and MPLNET
James R. Campbell, NRL, Monterey, CA; and S. Lolli, J. Lewis Jr., E. J. Welton, J. E. Yorks, S. Ozog, A. Bucholtz, M. I. Oyola, and J. W. Marquis

4:45 PM
10.6
Global Ice Clouds and Their Radiative Effects
Guosheng Liu, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; and Y. Hong

5:00 PM-7:00 PM: Wednesday, 11 July 2018


Formal Poster Viewing
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

Poster Session 2A
Cloud/Aerosol Remote Sensing, Radiative Properties, Radiative Effects and Feedback on Weather and Climate
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
274
The Infrared Radiative Impact of Antarctic Clouds
Penny M. Rowe, NorthWest Research Associates, Redmond, WA; and V. Walden, C. Krill, M. Fergoda, and S. P. Neshyba

275
A New Approach to Estimate Vertical Profile of Aerosol Absorption Coefficient and Single-Scattering Albedo in the Lower Troposphere
Michał T. Chiliński, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland; and J. Lisok, K. M. Markowicz, O. Zawadzka, and I. S. Stachlewska

276
The Impact of Recent Frequency in Arctic Haze and Smoke Events on the Radiative Forcing in the Arctic
Justyna Lisok, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland; and K. M. Markowicz, C. Ritter, P. Makuch, D. Cappelletti, M. Mazzola, and R. Udisti

277
Where Clouds Warm: Global Observations of the Cloud Impact on Surface Radiation Ratio (CISRR)
Elin A. McIlhattan, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and T. S. L'Ecuyer

278
Development of GOCI-II Aerosol Retrieval Algorithm: Information Content Analysis
Seoyoung Lee, Yonsei Univ., Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South); and M. Choi and J. Kim

279
GOCI Yonsei Aerosol Retrieval Version 2 Products: Long-Term Analysis during 2011-2017
Myungje Choi, Yonsei Univ., Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South); and J. Kim, J. Lee, and S. Lee

280
The Atmospheric Aerosols Retrieved By Multi-Wavelength and -Pixel Method (MWPM)
Makiko Hashimoto, Japan Aerospace Explortion Agency (JAXA), Tsukuba, Japan; and H. Takenaka, T. Nakajima, and A. Higurashi

281
Cloud Radiative Effect Changed Due to Shading from Above Cloud Absorbing Aerosol in the South East Atlantic
Samuel E. LeBlanc, NASA/ARC, Moffett Field, CA; and J. Redemann, C. Flynn, M. Segal-Rosenheimer, M. Kacenelenbogen, K. Pistone, Y. Shinozuka, K. S. Schmidt, and S. Cochrane

282
Ship-board Sky-radiometry for Investigating Optical Properties of Maritime Aerosols over Oceans Including Polar Regions
Masataka Shiobara, National Institute of Polar Research, Tachikawa, Japan; and H. Kobayashi, N. Tanaka, Y. J. Yoon, S. H. Ahn, J. Jung, and T. J. Choi

283
A Study on the Organic Aerosol Extinction Apportionment by Multiple Regression Model
Chang Hoon Jung, Kyungin Women's Univ., Incheon, Korea, Republic of (South); and J. Lee, S. H. Han, J. Um, and Y. P. Kim

285
Aerosol Optical Properties and Associated Direct Radiative Forcing Observed at a Remote Location in Kenya, East Africa
Raghavendra Kumar Kanike, Nanjing University of Information science and Technology, Nanjing, China; and R. K. Boiyo and T. Zhao

286
MODIS Retrievals of Cloud Effective Radius Exhibit No Significant Bias
Mikael K. Witte, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and P. Y. Chuang, T. Yuan, S. Platnick, K. Meyer, G. Wind, and H. H. Jonsson

287
An Evaluation of Satellite Cloud Retrievals in Tropical West Africa
Peter G. Hill, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom; and J. Y. C. Chiu, R. P. Allan, H. Coe, R. Dupuy, V. Hahn, R. Ladkin, A. Schwarzenboeck, J. Taylor, and C. Voigt

288
289
Cloud Optical Depth and Cloud Solar Radiative Effects Computed at São Paulo, Brazil
Jorge R. Santana, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil; and M. A. Yamasoe

291
A New 3D Surface Snow Model and Effect of Sastrugi on Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function of Surface Snow
Gang Hong, SSAI, Hampton, VA; and W. L. Smith Jr., P. Minnis, S. Sun-Mack, and Y. Chen

292
Spectral Decomposition of Cloud Radiative Feedbacks: A Kernel Approach
Xianglei Huang, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; and X. Chen and Q. Yue


Joint Poster Session 2A
Optical and Radiative Properties of Clouds Posters
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Hosts: (Joint between the 15th Conference on Cloud Physics; and the 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation )
149
Scattering Matrices of Single Levitated Particles for Earth and Beyond
Alexandria V. Johnson, MIT, Cambridge, MA; and M. A. Zawadowicz, S. M. Lance, and D. J. Cziczo

150
Improving the Convergence of Iterative Schemes for Efficient Microwave Scattering Computations
Karina McCusker, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom; and C. D. Westbrook, A. Moiola, and S. Chandler-Wilde

151
The Particle Habit Imaging and Polar Scattering probe PHIPS – A novel instrument for cloud research
Martin Schnaiter, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany; and E. Järvinen

153
How Well Do Triple-Frequency Radar Signatures of Simulated and Observed Melting Snowflakes Compare?
Davide Ori, Univ. of Cologne, Köln, Germany; and S. Kneifel and J. Dias Neto

154
Tropical Anvil Cloud Lifecycles and their Net Cloud Radiative Effect
Dennis Hartmann, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; and S. E. Berry

155
Quantitative Evaluation of Three-Dimensional Cloud Radiative Transfer Effect and Morphology Using A-Train Data
Megumi Okata, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan; and T. Nakajima, K. Suzuki, T. Inoue, T. Y. Nakajima, and H. Okamoto

156
Effects of Explicitly Coupling Microphysics Effective Radii to Radiative Transfer Calculations in the Canadian HRDPS Forecast Model
Danahé Paquin-Ricard, Numerical Weather Prediction Research Section, Dorval, QC, Canada; and P. A. Vaillancourt


Poster Session 2B
Observations and Data Synthesis for Atmosphere, Trace Gases and Clouds
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
293
A New Ground-Based Assessment of Near-Infrared Solar Spectral Irradiance between 2000-10000 cm-1
Jon Elsey, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom; and T. Gardiner, M. Coleman, and K. P. Shine

294
295
From Point to Area: Worldwide Representativeness of Monthly Surface Solar Radiation Records
Matthias Schwarz, ETH, Zürich, Switzerland; and D. Folini, M. Z. Hakuba, and M. Wild

296
The Challenge to Derive Solar Surface Irradiance in Cloudy Southern West Africa from Satellite: Using Surface Measurements to Evaluate and Improve CM SAF's Retrieval
Anke Kniffka, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany; and P. Knippertz, A. H. Fink, J. Trentmann, and U. Pfeifroth

297
Recent Advances in AERI Data Processing: Real-time Quality Control and Real-time Thermodynamic Retrievals
P. Jonathan Gero, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; and D. D. Turner, R. K. Garcia, C. Phillips, A. Diebold, D. Hackel, and M. H. Westphall

298
AHI/Himawari-8 Yonsei Aerosol Retrieval (YAER): Algorithm, Validation and Merged Products
Hyunkwang Lim, Yonsei Univ., Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South); and J. Kim, M. Choi, S. Go, P. W. Chan, and Y. Kasai

299
PCA-Based Trace Gas Retrievals from GeoTASO Airborne Remote Sensing Measurements during the KORUS-AQ 2016 Campaign
Heesung Chong, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South); and J. Kim, S. Lee, U. Jeong, C. Li, N. A. Krotkov, C. R. Nowlan, J. A. Al-Saadi, S. J. Janz, M. G. Kowalewski, M. Kang, J. Joiner, D. P. Haffner, K. M. Han, and J. H. Koo

300
Using CALIOP Retrieved Aerosol Parameters to Improve OCO-2 Version 8 Retrievals
Aronne Merrelli, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and R. Bennartz, C. O'Dell, T. E. Taylor, and H. Cronk

301
The Role of Solar Radiation in Wind Characteristics at Four Sites across the Columbia River Basin As Part of the Wind Forecasting Improvement Project (WFIP-2)
Kathleen Lantz, NOAA, Boulder, CO; and C. N. Long, A. McComiskey, M. Marquis, R. M. Banta, J. B. Olson, and J. Kenyon

302
Estimation of the Impacts from Cloud Vertical Heterogeneity on Passive Ice Cloud Retrievals
Chenxi Wang, University Of Maryland, College Park, MD; and S. Platnick, T. Fauchez, K. Meyer, Z. Zhang, and H. Iwabuchi


Joint Poster Session 2B
Remote Sensing of Clouds Posters
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Hosts: (Joint between the 15th Conference on Cloud Physics; and the 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation )
157
The Information Content in Cloud Thermodynamic Phase from Shortwave-only Reflectance Measurements by MODIS, VIIRS, and PACE
Odele Coddington, Laboratory of Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, Boulder, CO; and S. Platnick, T. Vukicevic, and K. S. Schmidt

158
Cloud Heights Measured by MISR: Time Series, Teleconnections and the TBO
Roger Davies, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

160
The New CERES FluxByCldTyp Data: Algorithm, Validation and Application
Moguo Sun, SSAI, Hampton, VA; and L. T. C. N. Nguyen, D. R. Doelling, J. Wilkins, and P. E. Mlynczak

161
Spatial and Seasonal Variability of Clouds over the South-West Indian Ocean Based on DARDAR v2 Products
Hélène Vérèmes, Laboratoire de l'Atmosphère et des Cyclones (UMR8105, CNRS/Météo-France/Université de La Réunion), Saint Denis, Reunion; and C. Listowski, J. Delanoë, P. Tulet, and C. Barthe

163
The Contribution of EarthCARE's Doppler Radar to Synergy Retrievals of Clouds and Precipitation
Shannon L Mason, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom; and R. J. Hogan, J. Y. C. Chiu, A. Bozzo, L. Tian, D. Moisseev, and S. Kneifel

164
Feasibility of Direct Assimilation of Cloud Radar and Lidar Observations in the ECMWF 4D-Var System using Cloudsat and CALIPSO
Mark D. Fielding, ECMWF, Reading, United Kingdom; and M. Janisková and R. J. Hogan

165
Estimation of Snowfall Properties at Haukeliseter, Norway, through a combined Radar and In-Situ Microphysical Observation Approach
Steven J. Cooper, Univ. of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and C. Pettersen, N. B. Wood, C. E. Schirle, T. S. L'Ecuyer, and M. Wolff

166
Ice Cloud Microphysics during OLYMPEX: Comparison between Remote Sensing and Airborne in Situ Observations
Frederic Tridon, Univ. of Leicester, Leicester, U.K.; and A. Battaglia, R. J. Chase, S. Tanelli, S. W. Nesbitt, K. Mróz, F. J. Turk, J. Leinonen, and S. Kneifel

167
An Investigation of Optically Very Thin Ice Clouds from Ground-Based ARM Raman Lidars
Kelly A. Balmes, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; and Q. Fu

168
Cloud Properties over the Southern Ocean Observed from the Surface
Simon P. Alexander, Australian Antarctic Division, Kingston, Australia; and A. Protat, R. T. Marchand, G. McFarquhar, H. Nguyen, A. J. McDonald, and A. Klekociuk

170
Using CloudSat Radar Data to Improve our Understanding of Global Precipitation Processes
Carl G. Schmitt, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and A. Heymsfield, A. Bansemer, and N. B. Wood

171
Developing a New Criterion to Improve Operational Drizzle Detection from Ground-Based Instrumentation
Claudia Acquistapace, University of Cologne, Köln, Germany; and U. Löhnert, M. Maahn, and P. Kollias

172
Temperature Control of the Variability of Tropical Tropopause Layer Cirrus Clouds
Qiang Fu, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; and H. H. Tseng

173
Distinction of the Winter-Time Ice Cloud Fractions between Eastern and Western Eurasia Viewed from CALIPSO
Kazuaki Kawamoto, Nagasaki University, Nagasaki, Japan; and A. Yamauchi

174
Continuous Profiling of Aerosols and Clouds in the Artic during the 8-week Polarstern Cruise PS106 in Summer 2017
Hannes Jascha Griesche, Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research, Leipzig, Germany; and P. Seifert, R. Engelmann, J. Bühl, H. Baars, C. Barrientos, U. Egerer, T. Nomokonova, A. Macke, and M. Radenz

175
Investigation of Arctic Mixed-Phase Clouds during ACLOUD By Airborne Active and Passive Microwave Remote Sensing (MiRAC) and Forward Simulations
Mario Mech, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany; and S. Crewell, A. Ehrlich, M. Wendisch, R. Neuber, and M. Maahn

176
Evidence of Strong Contributions from Mixed-Phase Clouds to Arctic Amplification
Ivy Tan, GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and T. Storelvmo and D. Lee

177
Characteristics of Optically-Thin Coastal Florida Cumuli from Surface-Based Lidar and Radiometer Measurements
Rodrigo Delgadillo, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and K. Voss and P. Zuidema

178
Aerosol Vertical Structure as Assessed by a Micropulse Lidar upon Ascension Island during the LASIC Campaign
Rodrigo Delgadillo, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and P. Zuidema, S. J. Abel, C. Fox, R. A. Ferrare, S. P. Burton, P. Muradyan, and R. L. Coulter

179
The Radiative Characteristics of Five Shallow Cumuli Clusters Observed within the Northeast Pacific Stratocumulus-to-Cumulus Transition
Paquita Zuidema, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, Miami, FL; and H. Chen, K. S. Schmidt, and E. W. Eloranta

180
Mid-Level Clouds over the Southeast Atlantic
Paquita Zuidema, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, Miami, FL; and A. Adebiyi, B. Cairns, S. P. Burton, R. Ferrare, L. Pfister, and P. Minnis

181
The DACAPO-PESO Field Experiment: Filling an Observational White Spot on the Globe By Longterm Ground-Based Remote Sensing Observations of Clouds and Aerosols in the Midlatitudes of South America
Patric Seifert, Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS), Leipzig, Germany; and H. Kalesse, M. Radenz, J. Bühl, A. Ansmann, H. Baars, R. Engelmann, B. Barja, and F. Zamorano

182
Foundations for a Radar-Driven Aerosol-Convection Field Campaign
Ann M. Fridlind, NASA, New York, NY; and M. van Lier-Walqui, S. Collis, R. Jackson, M. H. Picel, S. E. Giangrande, X. Li, T. Matsui, R. E. Orville, D. Rosenfeld, A. V. Ryzhkov, R. Weitz, and P. Zhang

184
Toward Improving the Derivation of SW Broadband Fluxes from Geostationary Narrowband Radiances for CERES
Forrest J. Wrenn IV, SSAI, Hampton, VA; and D. R. Doelling, L. Liang, and M. Sun


Poster Session 2C
Parameterizations and Assessments of Radiative Processes
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
304
Improving the Spectral Properties in the Unified Model Radiation Code
Omar Jamil, UKMO, Exeter, United Kingdom; and J. Manners and C. Morcrette

305
The Sub-Adiabatic Model as a Conceptual Model for Evaluating the Radiative Effects of Low-Level Clouds in a High-Resolution Model
Vasileios Barlakas, Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research, Leipzig, Germany; and A. Macke and H. Deneke

308
Comparison of Atmospheric and Cloud Observations with Model Simulations in Three Seasons during the N-ICE2015 Field Campaign
Sarah Y. Murphy, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; and V. Walden, K. M. Hines, L. Cohen, and S. R. Hudson

Thursday, 12 July 2018

7:30 AM-6:00 PM: Thursday, 12 July 2018


Registration
Location: Balmoral/Windsor (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

8:30 AM-10:00 AM: Thursday, 12 July 2018


Session 11
Bridging Cloud Observations and Modeling
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Kato Seiji, NASA/LaRC; Jing Feng, McGill University
8:30 AM
11.1
9:00 AM
11.2
The Effects of Radiation on Tropopause Polar Vortices over the Greenland Ice Sheet
Sarah Borg, CIMMS, Norman, OK; and S. Cavallo and D. D. Turner

9:15 AM
11.3
Can Changes in Cirrus Cloud Ice Nucleation Affect the Jet Stream and Storm Track?
David L. Mitchell, DRI, Reno, NV; and J. Mejia, A. Garnier, and F. Hosseinpour

9:30 AM
11.4
A Cirrus Cloud Analysis Comparing Modeled CRF from Constrained Lidar Extinction Retrievals and Coincident Radiometer Measurements
Scott Ozog, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; and J. E. Yorks, M. J. McGill, J. R. Campbell, and A. Bucholtz

9:45 AM
11.5
Using Triple-Frequency Cloud Radar Observations to Evaluate Ice Microphysics in the New ICON Model
Stefan Kneifel, Univ. of Cologne, Cologne, Germany; and V. Schemann, D. Ori, J. Dias Neto, and A. Seifert

10:00 AM-10:30 AM: Thursday, 12 July 2018


Coffee Break
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Thursday, 12 July 2018


Session 12
Remote Sensing & Radiative Properties of Clouds and Aerosols
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Yolanda L. Shea, NSA/LaRC; Shannon L Mason, University of Reading
10:30 AM
12.1
Estimation of Cloud Droplet Number Concentration of Shallow Trade-Wind Cumulus by Using Synergistic Airborne Remote Sensing.
Kevin Wolf, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany; and A. Ehrlich, S. Crewell, M. Jacob, M. Wirth, and M. Wendisch

10:45 AM
12.2
11:00 AM
12.3
11:15 AM
12.4
11:30 AM
12.5
Intense Aggregation Above the Melting Layer Observed With Novel Triple-Frequency Radars
José Dias Neto, Univ. of Cologne, Köln, Germany; and S. Kneifel and D. Ori

11:45 AM
12.6
Scattering Properties of Snowflakes, Constrained Using Colocated Triple-Wavelength Radar and Aircraft Measurements
Chris Westbrook, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom; and P. Achtert, J. Crosier, C. Walden, S. O'Shea, J. Dorsey, and R. J. Cotton

1:30 PM-3:00 PM: Thursday, 12 July 2018


Joint Session 3
Remote Sensing & Radiative Properties of Clouds -Part I
Location: Regency E/F (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Hosts: (Joint between the 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation; and the 15th Conference on Cloud Physics )
Cochairs: Yi Huang, Monash University; Paquita Zuidema, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
1:30 PM
J3.1
Derivation of Vertical Profiles of Droplet Size in Cumulus Clouds from Passive Remote Sensing Observations by the Research Scanning Polarimeter
Mikhail Alexandrov, Columbia University and NASA/GISS, New York, NY; and B. Cairns, A. M. Fridlind, B. van Diedenhoven, D. Miller, Z. Zhang, and C. Rajapakshe

1:45 PM
J3.2
Neural Network (NN) Retrievals of Low Level Liquid Cloud Properties from Multi-Angle Polarimetric Observations During ORACLES 2016-2017
MICHAL SEGAL ROZENHAIMER, ARC, Mountain View, CA; and K. Knobelspiesse, J. Redemann, B. Cairns, and D. Miller

2:00 PM
J3.3
Characteristics of Cumulus Population, Microphysical and Radiative Properties Observed over Southeast Atlantic
Yann Blanchard, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; and J. Y. C. Chiu and R. J. Hogan

2:15 PM
J3.4
Investigating Tropical Clouds from Shallow Cumulus to Strongly Showering with Synergistic Airborne Measurements
Marek Jacob, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany; and P. Kollias, M. Mech, S. Groß, M. Gutleben, M. Wirth, and S. Crewell

2:30 PM
J3.5
­What is the Global Impact of 3D Radiative Transfer?
Mark D. Fielding, ECMWF, Reading, United Kingdom; and R. J. Hogan and S. A. K. Schäfer

2:45 PM
J3.6
Thermodynamic Controls on the Scaling Between Precipitation and Cloud Radiative Impacts
Anita D. Rapp, Texas A&M Univ., College Station, TX; and L. Sun, K. M. Smalley, T. L'Ecuyer, and A. S. Daloz

3:00 PM-3:30 PM: Thursday, 12 July 2018


Coffee Break
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

3:30 PM-6:00 PM: Thursday, 12 July 2018


Joint Session 4
Remote Sensing & Radiative Properties of Clouds -Part II
Location: Regency E/F (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Hosts: (Joint between the 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation; and the 15th Conference on Cloud Physics )
Cochairs: Roger Marchand, University of Washington; Ann M. Fridlind, NASA/GISS
3:45 PM
J4.2
Phase-Partitioning in Mixed-Phase Clouds: An Approach to Characterize the Entire Vertical Profile
Heike Kalesse, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany; and E. Luke and P. Seifert

4:00 PM
J4.3
New Insights into the Radiative Properties of Single Atmospheric Ice Crystals from Airborne Imaging and Correlated Angular Light Scattering Measurements
Martin Schnaiter, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany; and E. Järvinen

4:30 PM
J4.5
In-situ and Radar Investigation of Snow Aggregation in Pacific Northwest Midlatitude Cyclones
Randy J. Chase, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and P. Borque, J. A. Finlon, S. W. Nesbitt, G. M. McFarquhar, and B. Dolan

4:45 PM
J4.6
The PICASSO Project: Using Airborne in-Situ Observations with Co-Located Ground-Based Multi-Frequency Radar to Study Ice Microphysics
Jonathan Crosier, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; and J. Dorsey, K. Bower, S. O'Shea, W. Schledewitz, E. Sephton, P. Connolly, C. Westbrook, P. Achtert, R. R. Neely III, L. J. Bennett, F. Lumb, G. Nott, C. Reed, R. J. Cotton, S. Best, C. Walden, and S. Borrmann

5:00 PM
J4.7
Parametrization of Falling Snow Microphysics and its Application to Multi-frequency Radar Retrievals
Dmitri Moisseev, Univ. of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; and A. von Lerber, J. Leinonen, and J. Tyynela

5:15 PM
J4.8
Multiplatform Observations of Arctic Clouds during the Combined ACLOUD/PASCAL Field Campaigns
Manfred Wendisch, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany; and A. Ehrlich, A. Macke, C. Lüpkes, D. Chechin, S. Crewell, M. Mech, and K. Ebell

5:30 PM
J4.9
Clouds at the Arctic Atmospheric Observatory AWIPEV: Results from High-Resolution Observations and Modeling
Kerstin Ebell, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany; and T. Nomokonova, R. Gierens, V. Schemann, M. Mech, S. Crewell, U. Löhnert, C. Ritter, M. Maturilli, R. Neuber, and E. O'Connor

Friday, 13 July 2018

7:30 AM-3:00 PM: Friday, 13 July 2018


Registration
Location: Balmoral/Windsor (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

8:30 AM-10:00 AM: Friday, 13 July 2018


Session 13
Observations and Data Synthesis for Atmosphere, Trace Gases and Clouds
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: David L. Mitchell, DRI; Kara D. Lamb, NOAA
8:30 AM
13.1
Deep Space Observations of Sun Glint from Oceans and from Oriented Ice Crystals
Tamas Varnai, Univ. of Maryland Baltimore County, Greenbelt, MD; and A. Marshak and A. B. Kostinski

8:45 AM
13.2
Additional Global Climate Cooling by Clouds due to Ice Crystal Complexity
Emma Järvinen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany; and O. Jourdan, D. Neubauer, B. Yao, C. Liu, M. O. Andreae, U. Lohmann, M. Wendisch, T. Leisner, and M. Schnaiter

9:00 AM
13.3
The Effect of Hydrometeors on MSU/AMSU Temperature Observations over the Tropical Ocean
Hamid A. Pahlavan, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; and Q. Fu and J. M. Wallace

9:30 AM
13.5
Retrievals of Ozone Profiles over Greenland and Their Relationship to Sudden Stratospheric Warmings
Shima Bahramvash-Shams, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; and V. Walden and M. Palm

9:45 AM
13.6
Analyses of Two Distinct Precipitation Regimes over Central Greenland Inferred from 5 Years of ICECAPS Observations
Claire Pettersen, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and R. Bennartz, A. Merrelli, M. Shupe, D. D. Turner, and V. Walden

10:00 AM-10:30 AM: Friday, 13 July 2018


Coffee Break
Location: Regency A/B/C (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)

10:30 AM-11:45 AM: Friday, 13 July 2018


Session 14
Current Challenges and Future Missions for Cloud Observations
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Cochairs: Christine Chiu, Colorado State University; Claudia Acquistapace, University of Cologne
10:30 AM
14.1
Challenges and Progress in Generating Multi-Instrument Imager Cloud Data Records from MODIS and VIIRS
Steven Platnick, GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and K. Meyer, R. Holz, S. A. Ackerman, A. Heidinger, N. Amarasinghe, G. Wind, B. Marchant, and R. Frey

10:45 AM
14.2
Cloud Properties of the Daytime Earth as Observed by DSCOVR-EPIC
Yuekui Yang, NASA, Greenbelt, MD; and K. Meyer, Q. Min, A. B. Davis, G. Wind, A. Marshak, S. Platnick, D. P. Duda, and W. Su

11:00 AM
14.3
Preparatory Studies for Cloud Properties Retrieval from the Multi-view, Multi-channel, Multi-polarisation Imaging (3MI) Mission.
Jérôme RIEDI, University of Lille, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France; and L. Labonnote, C. Cornet, N. Ferlay, F. Contaut, N. Henriot, F. Thieuleux, M. Compiègne, P. Dubuisson, and F. Parol

11:15 AM
14.4
A Multi-Instrument Best Estimate Retrieval of Clouds, Precipitation and Aerosol for EarthCARE.
Alessio Bozzo, ECMWF, Reading, United Kingdom; and R. J. Hogan and S. L. Mason

11:45 AM-12:00 PM: Friday, 13 July 2018


15ATRAD Conference Adjourns
Location: Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
11:45 AM
Student Prize Presentation and Concluding Remarks
Jui-Yuan Christine Chiu, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO