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Field, Lab, and Modeling Studies of Air Quality

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Monday, 24 January 2011: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
Washington State Convention Center
Host: 13th Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry
Cochairs:  Renyi Zhang, Atmos. Sci., Texas A&M University, College Station, TX and Nicholas Meskhidze, Department of Marine Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
Papers:
 
228
Analysis of tropical convective transport of trace gases and lightning NOx production during the TC4 mission using the GMI model
Theodore V. Lyons III, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; and K. E. Pickering and D. Allen

Poster PDF (583.5 kB)

 
229
Adapting WRF-CHEM GOCART for fine-scale dust forecasting
Sandra L. Jones, AER, Offutt AFB, NE; and G. A. Creighton, E. Kuchera, K. D. George, and A. J. Elliott

 
230
Analysis of the effects of wildfires upon US air quality for current and future climate conditions
Rodrigo Gonzalez, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; and S. Chung, B. Lamb, I. Tao, J. Avise, T. Strand, D. McKenzie, A. Guenther, C. Wiedinmyer, T. Duhl, E. Salathe, and Y. Zhang

 
231
Study of persistence of days infected pollutant Particulate Matter (PM10) in city of Tehran using Markov chain model
Jaber Rahimi, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran; and J. Bazrafshan and A. Rahimi
Manuscript (378.6 kB)

Poster PDF (441.3 kB)

 
232
Numerical simulation of the low visibility event at the Hong Kong International Airport on 25 December 2009
P. W. Chan, Hong Kong Observatory, Hong Kong, China; and T. Yao and J. C. H. Fung
Manuscript (375.5 kB)

 
233
Air quality and climate in North America: current and 2050
Janya Kelly, EC, Toronto, ON, Canada; and D. A. Plummer and P. A. Makar

 
234
Aerosol concentrations observed at Mt. Haruna, Japan, in relation to long-range transport of Asian mineral dust aerosols
Hiroaki Naoe, MRI, Tsukuba, Japan; and H. Takahashia, Y. Igarashia, Y. Inomata, and N. Sugimoto
Manuscript (288.2 kB)

 
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Validating an isotopic AGCM with new satellite measurements of water vapor isotopologues
Kei Yoshimura, University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, Chiba, Japan

 
Poster 237 moved to talk J19.4A to be presented Wed. at 2:15pm.

 
238
Modeling study of Asian dust: Assessment of various dust emission schemes using WRF/Chem
Jung-Yoon Kang, Korea Institute of Atmospheric Prediction Systems, Seoul, South Korea; and M. Mikami, Y. Shao, S. C. Yoon, T. Y. Tanaka, and T. T. Sekiyama

 
239
The impact of increased ship emissions on nitrate radicals at low irradiation
Nicole Mölders, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK; and T. T. Tran, W. R. Simpson, G. Newby, and W. R. Stockwell

 
Poster 242 moved to talk 21.A to be presented Mon. at 1:30pm.

 
243
Effects of acute ozone exposure and methyl jasmonate treatment on white pine monoterpene and sesquiterpene emission rates
Celia L. Faiola, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington; and D. Wagner, T. VanReken, P. Harley, and E. Allwine

 
244
Tropospheric CO in the Arctic region measured from space by AIRS and MOPITT in the last decade
Juying X. Warner, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD; and Z. Wei and G. Diskin

 
245
Air Quality in the U.S. under Future Climate and Emission Scenarios
Yang Zhang, North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC; and S. Y. Wu, A. Penrod, K. Wang, and L. R. Leung

 
246
Near field pollutant and tracer dispersion during a prescribed pine forest burn
Melissa Johns, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; and G. Allwine, P. O'Keefe, R. Grivicke, K. Yedinak, B. Lamb, T. Strand, C. B. Clements, H. Thistle, and M. Rorig

 
247
Analysis of coherent structures during the 2009 CABINEX field campaign: Implications for atmospheric chemistry
Shelley Pressley, Washington State Univesity, Pullman, WA; and A. Steiner, S. H. Chung, S. L. Edburg, E. Jones, and A. Botros

 
248
An application of the satellite derived NDVI to improve dust emission in the GOCART model
Dongchul Kim, GEST/UMBC, Baltimore, MD; and M. Chin, Q. Tan, H. Bian, and T. Diehl

 
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250
Combining measurements and modeling to quantify power plant contributions to atmospheric NO2 and CO2
Keeley R. Costigan, LANL, Los Alamos, NM; and M. K. Dubey, P. Chylek, and L. Zhang
Manuscript (2.1 MB)

 
251
Seasonal Covariance of Baroclinicity and Ecosystem Metabolism
Nicholas C. Parazoo, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; and S. Denning, S. R. Kawa, and J. Berry

 
252
Measurements of Smoke, Ozone, and Inversions in the Lake Tahoe Basin
Miriam Rorig, USDA Forest Service, Seattle, WA; and T. Strand, C. Krull, M. Moore, N. K. Larkin, T. J. Brown, and A. Bytnerowicz

 
253
BlueSky smoke modeling framework: design, application, and improvements
Tara Strand, New Zealand Forest Research Institute Limited, Rotorua, WA, New Zealand; and N. K. Larkin, S. Raffuse, R. Solomon, D. Sullivan, K. Craig, D. Pryden, M. Rorig, N. Wheeler, and L. Chinkin

 
254
Identifying the conditions necessary for CONUS fires to impact the Arctic
Narasimhan K. Larkin, USDA Forest Service, Seattle, WA; and S. Raffuse, T. Strand, S. Brown, K. Craig, J. DeWinter, and P. Roberts

 
255
Evaluating WRF model atmospheric boundary layer simulations for a coastal region in Southeast Texas
Cari-Sue Wilmot, Univ. of Houston, Houston, TX; and X. Li and B. Rappenglueck

 
256
Investigation into atmospheric concentration and deposition of PCBS to the Lake Ontario due to sources from greater Toronto
Sreerama M. Daggupaty, EC, Downsview, ON, Canada; and S. Csiszar and M. Diamond

Poster PDF (216.6 kB)