5th Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry: Gases, Aerosols, and Clouds (Expanded View)

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Compact View of Conference

Saturday, 8 February 2003
7:30 AM-9:00 AM, Saturday
Short Course Registration
9:00 AM-5:00 PM, Saturday
Conference Registration* (Joint between the 19th Conference on IIPS, the Impacts of Water Variability: Benefits and Challenges, the Observing and Understanding the Variability of Water in Weather and Climate, the 17TH Conference on Hydrology, the 14th Symposium on Global Change and Climate Variations, the 12th Conference on Interactions of the Sea and Atmosphere, the 12th Symposium on Meteorological Observations and Instrumentation, the 12th Symposium on Education, the 12th Conference on Satellite Meteorology and Oceanography, the 7th Symposium on IOS: The Water Cycle, the 5th Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry: Gases, Aerosols, and Clouds, the 3rd Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications to the Environmental Science, and the Symposium on the F-Scale and Severe-Weather Damage Assessment)
Sunday, 9 February 2003
7:30 AM-9:00 AM, Sunday
Short Course Registration
9:00 AM-6:00 PM, Sunday
Conference Registration
Monday, 10 February 2003
7:30 AM-5:30 PM, Monday
Conference Registration (continues through Thursday, 13 February)
9:00 AM-11:15 AM, Monday
Session 1 Atmospheric Chemistry—General Papers and History
9:00 AM1.1Chemist and Meteorologist—Antoine Lavoisier  extended abstract
Jeffrey S. Gaffney, ANL, Argonne, IL; and N. A. Marley
9:15 AM1.2Insights into tropical tropospherc ozone from the SHADOZ (Southern Hemisphere ADditional OZonesondes) sounding network  
Anne M. Thompson, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and J. C. Witte, F. J. Schmidlin, and S. J. Oltmans
9:30 AM1.3Improving the Photochemical Oxidation Mechanism of Isoprene  extended abstract
Jiwen Fan, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; and R. Zhang
9:45 AM1.4Steps toward understanding heterogeneous chemistry in the troposphere: Water uptake on environmentally relevant surfaces  extended abstract
Ann Louise Sumner, University of California, Irvine, CA; and B. J. Finlayson-Pitts
10:00 AM1.5Knudsen cell studies of the uptake and reaction of HNO3 and N2O5 on sub-layers of NaCl  extended abstract
Rachel C. Hoffman, University of California, Irvine, CA; and M. E. Gebel, B. S. Fox, and B. J. Finlayson-Pitts
10:15 AMCoffee Break in Poster Session Room  
10:45 AM1.6New Improved Fast GC-Luminol Instrument for PAN and Nitrogen Dioxide Measurements  extended abstract
Nancy A. Marley, ANL, Argonne, IL; and J. S. Gaffney, R. L. Gunter, and W. T. Luke
11:00 AM1.7The Transition from ozone minimum to ozone maximum over the tropical Atlantic Ocean: MAM and JJA  
Jung-Hee Ryu, Penn State University, University Park, PA; and G. S. Jenkins
11:15 AM-12:00 PM, Monday
Session 2 Cloud Chemical Processes
11:15 AM2.1Improved Representation of Cloud/Actinic Flux Interaction in Multiscale Photochemical Models  extended abstract
John N. McHenry, MCNC Environmental Modeling Center, Research Triangle Park, NC; and C. J. Coats
11:30 AM2.2Cloud-aerosol interaction in deep convection and its influence on tropospheric chemistry  
Annica M. L. Ekman, MIT, Cambridge, MA; and C. Wang
11:45 AM2.3Cloud processing of gases and aerosols in a regional air quality model (AURAMS) and its evaluation against precipitation-chemistry data  extended abstract
Wanmin Gong, MSC, Downsview, ON, Canada; and A. P. Dastoor, V. S. Bouchet, S. Gong, P. A. Makar, M. D. Moran, and B. Pabla
12:00 PM, Monday
Lunch Break
1:30 PM-2:30 PM, Monday
Session 3 Regional and Global Scale Chemical Processes
1:30 PM3.1How Well Do Current Models Represent Chemical and Physical Processes in the Upper Troposphere and Lower stratosphere?  extended abstract
Donald J. Wuebbles, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and J. C. Wei and D. Kinnison
1:45 PM3.2Operational Air Quality Forecasting in Canada: Numerical Model Guidance for Ground-level Ozone and Particulate Matter  extended abstract
J. A. Pudykiewicz, MSC, Dorval, QC, Canada; and A. Kallaur, R. Moffet, V. S. Bouchet, M. Jean, P. A. Makar, M. D. Moran, W. Gong, and S. Venkatesh
2:00 PM3.3Observational Studies on Sandstormin Helan Mountainous Area Northwest China  
Shengjie Niu, Ningxia Research Institute of Meteorological Science, Yingchuan, China; and C. Zhang and J. Sun
2:15 PM3.4A study of ozone concentration in the eastern United States with a dry deposition scheme using satellite data  extended abstract
Yiwen Xu, ANL, Argonne, IL; and M. L. Wesely
2:30 PM, Monday
Formal Poster Viewing with Coffee Break
2:30 PM-4:00 PM, Monday
Poster Session 1 General Poster Session
 P1.1Vertical variation of nocturnal NOx chemistry in the urban environment of Phoenix  extended abstract
Shuhui Wang, Univeristy of Califonia, Los Angeles, CA; and R. Ackermann, A. Geyer, J. C. Doran, W. J. Shaw, J. D. Fast, C. W. Spicer, and J. Stutz
 P1.2Theoretical Corroboration of Recent Experimental Results in the OH Radical Reaction with Dimethylsulfide  extended abstract
Douglas S. Burns, ENSCO, Inc., Melbourne, FL; and M. G. Cory and K. Runge
P1.3The mechanism of the reaction of the hydroxyl radical (OH) with NaCl  
Margaret A. Kaleuati, University of California, Irvine, CA; and B. J. Finlayson-Pitts
 P1.4Shipboard measurements of Saharan Dust near Puerto Rico during summer 2002  extended abstract
Lizette Roldan, Howard University, Washington, DC; and V. R. Morris
 P1.5Photoenhancement… or Photodepression?… of the Hydrolysis of NO2: Implications for the Chemistry of Polluted Atmospheres  extended abstract
Kevin A. Ramazan, University of California, Irvine, CA; and D. Syomin and B. J. Finlayson-Pitts
 P1.6Weekday Ozone Forecasting by the JSU Meteorology Program for the MS DEQ  
Paul J. Croft, Jackson State University, Jackson, MS; and C. Simmons, J. Shoemake, J. Beasley, and M. Watts
 P1.7NARSTO Data Available for Research in Urban and Regional Environments  extended abstract
Kathleen L. Morris, NASA/LaRC, Hampton, VA
 P1.8Heterogeneous formation of nitrous acid in laboratory systems  extended abstract
Lisa M. Wingen, University of California, Irvine, CA; and A. L. Sumner, D. Syomin, K. Ramazan, and B. J. Finlayson-Pitts
 P1.9Aircraft observation and photochemical modeling of ozone distribution in the San Joaquin Valley of California  extended abstract
Sharon Zhong, PNNL, Richland, WA; and G. Jiang, E. Yang, and S. Tanrikulu
 P1.10Air Quality Measurements in Phoenix, Arizona  extended abstract
Nancy A. Marley, ANL, Argonne, IL; and J. S. Gaffney
 P1.11Aerosol Radiative Forcing during the 1997 Indonesia’s Forest Fire  
I.A. Podgorny, SIO/Univ. of California, La Jolla, CA; and F. Li and V. Ramanathan
 P1.12Kinetics of reactions of chlorine atoms with a series of alkenes at 1 ATM and 298 K: structure and reactivity  extended abstract
Weihong Wang, University of California, Irvine, CA; and M. J. Ezell, A. A. Ezell, B. J. Finlayson-Pitts, and G. Soskin
 P1.13Use of the electrostatic classification method to investigate the size distribution of aerosols near Hurricane Erika  extended abstract
Natasha A. Greene, Howard University, Washington, DC; and V. R. Morris, A. Aikin, W. Hoegy, and D. Silberman
 P1.14Ozone Formation in the Alberta Oil Sands Area  
W. D. Hume, EC, Edmonton, AB, Canada; and D. Fox, R. Rudolph, M. Shauck, and M. Buhr
 P1.15Paper moved to Session 5, new paper number 5.5A  
 P1.16Vertical profiles of free radicals in the polluted nocturnal boundary layer: A one-dimensional model study  extended abstract
Andreas J. Geyer, University of California, Los Angeles, CA; and S. Wang and J. Stutz
4:00 PM, Monday
Sessions End for the Day
5:30 PM-7:30 PM, Monday
Formal Opening of Exhibits with Reception (Cash Bar)
Tuesday, 11 February 2003
8:30 AM-9:45 AM, Tuesday
Session 4 Urban Air Chemistry
8:30 AM4.1Nitric acid "renoxification" in the troposphere: From a modeling myth to a laboratory reality  extended abstract
Armando M. Rivera-Figueroa, University of California, Irvine, CA; and B. J. Finlayson-Pitts
8:45 AM4.2Influence of vertical mixing on nocturnal chemistry in the urban boundary layer  extended abstract
Jochen Stutz, University California, Los Angeles, CA; and A. Geyer and S. Wang
9:00 AM4.3Large Scale Atmospheric Chemistry Simulations for 2001: An Analysis of Ozone and Other Species in Central Arizona  extended abstract
Cynthia Atherton, LLNL, Livermore, CA; and D. Bergmann, P. Cameron-Smith, P. Connell, C. Molenkamp, D. Rotman, and J. Tannahill
9:15 AM4.4NMHC Measurements for the Phoenix 2001 Field Experiment  extended abstract
Paul V. Doskey, ANL, Argonne, IL; and V. R. Kotamarthi, H. U. Price, and R. Dugopolski
9:30 AM4.5Diurnal Changes in the Vertical Distribution of Trace Pollutants Over Phoenix  
Chester W. Spicer, Battelle Columbus Operations, Columbus, OH; and A. J. Savage, D. Joseph, and C. M. Berkowitz
9:45 AM-11:00 AM, Tuesday
Formal Poster Viewing With Coffee Break
11:00 AM-2:14 PM, Tuesday
Session 5 Integration of Measurement and Modeling on Urban and Regional Scales
11:00 AM5.1Use of numerical ozone prediction models in operational air quality forecasting  extended abstract
William F. Ryan, Penn State Univ., University Park, PA; and J. McHenry, C. Coats, J. Vukovich, and T. Smith
11:15 AM5.2Development of TLM/Adjoint photochemical trajectory model  extended abstract
V. R. Kotamarthi, ANL, Argonne, IL
11:30 AM5.3An Integrated Regional Scale Atmospheric Chemistry, Radiation and Dynamics Model: Applications, Analysis, and Evaluation  
Aijun Xiu, University of North Carolina, Research Triangle Park, NC; and R. Mathur, A. Hanna, U. Shankar, C. Coats, and F. Binkowski
11:45 AM5.4High Resolution Modeling of Oxidants and Aerosols during the 1999 NE-OPS Field Campaign in Philadelphia  extended abstract
Jerome D. Fast, PNNL, Richland, WA
12:00 PMLunch Break  
5.5On Areal Averaging of Air-Surface Exchange: Dry Deposition & Natural  
Bruce B. Hicks, NOAA/OAR/ARL, Silver Spring, MD
1:30 PM5.5AOzone forecasting tool development to support forecasting for the EPA AIRNow program  extended abstract
Dianne S. Miller, Sonoma Technology, Inc., Petaluma, CA; and C. P. MacDonald and T. S. Dye
1:44 PM5.6Performance evaluation of Two PM2.5 modeling systems—An application to the Eastern United States  
Jia-Yeong Ku, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, NY; and M. A. Majeed, K. Civerolo, and G. Sistla
1:59 PM5.7The UV Climatology in Belgium determined from ground based UV monitoring  extended abstract
Didier Gillotay, IASB/BIRA, Brussels, Belgium; and D. Bolsée, H. De Backer, and T. Besnard
1:30 PM-5:30 PM, Tuesday
Joint Session 4 Water Vapor Observations and Processes (Joint with 14th Symp. on Global Change and Climate Variations, 7th Symp. on IOS, Fifth Conf. on Atmospheric Chemistry, and Symp. on Observing and Understanding the Varability of Water in Weather and Climate)
Organizer: Dian J. Seidel, NOAA/ARL, Silver Spring, MD
1:30 PMJ4.1A Summary of the SPARC Water Vapor Assessment Report  
Dieter Kley, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Juelich, Germany; and J. M. Russell
1:45 PMJ4.2Cross-Tropopause Convective Transport of Water Vapor: Model Study, Satellite Observation, and Implications  extended abstract
Pao K. Wang, Unversity of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
2:00 PMJ4.3Variations in stratospheric water vapor and tropical tropopause temperatures  
William J. Randel, NCAR, Boulder, CO
2:15 PMJ4.4Cloud physics and water vapor in the evanescent convection altitude regime  extended abstract
Steven C. Sherwood, Yale University, New Haven, CT; and A. Dessler
2:30 PMJ4.5Modeling water vapor and its changes in the tropical tropopause region  
Andrew Gettelman, NCAR, Boulder, CO
2:45 PMJ4.6Validating and Understanding the Water Vapor and Cloud Feedbacks in the NCAR CCSM  
De-Zheng Sun, NOAA/ERL/CDC, Boulder, CO; and T. Zhang, J. Fasullo, and A. Roubicek
3:00 PMCoffee Break in Exhibit Hall (Exhibits open 1:30–6:30 p.m.)  
3:30 PMJ4.7A new look at cloud radiative forcing: Coupling with water vapor forcing  
B. J. Sohn, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea; and J. Schmetz and V. Ramanathan
3:45 PMJ4.8Spatio-temporal analysis and comparison of total precipitable water from different datasets  extended abstract
Arief Sudradjat, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; and R. Ferraro
4:00 PMJ4.9Global precipitable water variations since 1973 based on preliminary radiosonde instrument adjustments  extended abstract
Steven R. Schroeder, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
4:15 PMJ4.10Relative importance of the land surface latent flux and large-scale moisture transport in determining the onset of rainy season over Amazon  
R. Fu, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
4:30 PMJ4.11Surface evaporation and the greenhouse effect over the intertropical oceans  
Rémy Roca, LMD, Palaiseau, France; and A. Gershunov
4:45 PMJ4.12Regional Hydrological Cycle and Weather and Climate in the Contiguous United States  extended abstract
Qi Hu, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE; and S. Feng
5:00 PMJ4.13The atmospheric moisture budget in the Arctic—introducing and applying a consistent method to use radiosonde data  extended abstract
Reinhard M. Hagenbrock, Univ. of Bonn, Bonn, Germany; and M. Göber, F. Ament, and A. Hense
5:15 PMJ4.14Moisture Variations Associated with the Initiation of Madden-Julian Oscillation  
Bryan C. Weare, University of California, Davis, CA
5:00 PM-5:30 PM, Tuesday
Special Address. Conrad C. Lautenbacher, NOAA, Washington, DC
5:30 PM, Tuesday
Sessions End for the Day
Wednesday, 12 February 2003
8:30 AM-9:30 AM, Wednesday
Joint Session 10 Water Cycle-Atmospheric Chemistry Linkages(Joint with the 12th Conf on interactions of the sea and atmosphere, 5th Conf on atmospheric chemistry: gases, aerosols, and clouds, and the 17th conference on hydrology)
8:30 AMJ10.1Design and evaluation of the coupled MM5/TOPLATS modeling system for a Texas air quality exceedance episode  extended abstract
Christa D. Peters-Lidard, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and J. N. McHenry, C. J. Coats, and A. Trayanov
8:45 AMJ10.2Soil moisture effects on gaseous exchanges between the atmosphere and the biosphere  extended abstract
Yihua Wu, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and C. Peters-Lidard, R. Dennis, and P. Finklestein
9:00 AMJ10.3Temperature Sensitivity of a Micrometerologically-Based Air-Sea Gas Transfer Parameterization  extended abstract
Jeffrey E. Hare, CIRES/Univ. of Colorado and NOAA/ETL, Boulder, CO; and C. W. Fairall, W. R. McGillis, B. Ward, and R. Wanninkhof
9:15 AMJ10.4The role of extratropical storms in air-sea gas transfer  extended abstract
Will Perrie, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, NS, Canada; and W. Zhang and Z. Long
9:30 AM-10:00 AM, Wednesday
Coffee Break in the Ballroom Foyer, 2nd Level, Promenade
10:00 AM-12:00 PM, Wednesday
Presidential Forum: Administration Priorities in Climate Change Research and Technology
12:00 PM, Wednesday
Lunch Break
1:30 PM, Wednesday
Simpsons Symposium—A Tribute to Robert and Joanne Simpson
1:30 PM-5:00 PM, Wednesday
Session 6 NEOPS Field Studies
1:30 PM6.0Marvin L. Wesely (May 5, 1944- January 20, 2003), Remembered  
Jeffrey S. Gaffney, ANL, Argonne, IL
1:45 PM6.1Advances in Understanding Urban Air Pollution from the NARSTO-NEOPS Program  extended abstract
C. Russell Philbrick, Penn State University, University Park, PA; and W. F. Ryan, R. D. Clark, B. G. Doddridge, P. Hopke, and S. R. McDow
2:00 PM6.2Summary of meteorological conditions during the Northeast Oxidant and Particulate Study (NEOPS-DEP) July 2002 intensive observing period  extended abstract
William F. Ryan, Penn State University, University Park, PA; and C. R. Philbrick and R. D. Clark
2:15 PM6.3Raman Lidar Measurements of Tropospheric Ozone  extended abstract
P. Jason Collier, Penn State University, University Park, PA; and S. Unni, S. J. Verghese, A. Willitsford, C. R. Philbrick, R. D. Clark, and B. Doddridge
2:30 PM6.4The influence of Canadian wildfires on air quality in Philadelphia PA during NE-OPS-DEP  extended abstract
Richard D. Clark, Millersville University, Millersville, PA; and C. H. Jeong and C. R. Philbrick
2:45 PM6.5Organic compounds measured in PM2.5 during NEOPS  extended abstract
Tadeusz E. Kleindienst, ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc., Research Triangle Park, NC; and C. D. McIver and E. O. Edney
3:00 PM6.6Modification of surface and boundary layer meteorology and chemistry by seabreeze incursions during NE-OPS  extended abstract
Richard D. Clark, Millersville University, Millersville, PA
3:15 PMCoffee Break in Exhibit Hall (Exhibit Hall Open 1:30-7:30 p.m.)  
3:45 PM6.7Low level jets over the mid-Atlantic region during NE-OPS 1999–2002  
Richard D. Clark, Millersville University, Millersville, PA; and R. Walker Jr., D. O'Donnell, E. Hohman, and D. Unruh
4:00 PM6.8Examination of the influence of a frontal passage on air pollution episodes  extended abstract
Sameer Unni, Penn State University, University Park, PA; and C. R. Philbrick, W. F. Ryan, and R. D. Clark
4:15 PM6.9Development of an Air Pollution Event during the NEOPS-DEP 2002 Investigation  extended abstract
Adam Willitsford, Penn State University, University Park, PA; and J. P. Collier, S. Unni, S. J. Verghese, C. R. Philbrick, D. O'Donnell, E. Hohman, D. Unruh, R. Walker, and R. D. Clark
4:30 PM6.10Characterization of Nocturnal Jets Over Philadelphia During Air-Pollution Episodes  extended abstract
Sachin J. Verghese, Penn State University, University Park, PA; and S. N. Kizhakkemadam, A. Willitsford, J. P. Collier, S. Unni, and C. R. Philbrick
4:45 PM6.11Boundary layer evolution over Philadelphia, PA during the 1999 NARSTO-NE-OPS project: comparison of observations and modeling results  extended abstract
Kevin L. Civerolo, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, NY; and J. Y. Ku, B. G. Doddridge, R. D. Clark, and G. Sistla
6:00 PM-7:30 PM, Wednesday
Reception (Cash Bar)
7:30 PM-9:30 PM, Wednesday
AMS Annual Awards Banquet
Thursday, 13 February 2003
8:30 AM-2:15 PM, Thursday
Session 7 Aerosols
8:30 AM7.1Air Pollution In Megacities: Mexico City Case Study  
Mario J. Molina, MIT, Cambridge, MA
8:45 AM7.2Natural Radioactivity in Aerosols and What It Can Tell Us  extended abstract
Jeffrey S. Gaffney, ANL, Argonne, IL; and N. A. Marley
9:00 AM7.3Spectral dependence of light absorption by particulate matter samples  
Thomas W. Kirchstetter, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA; and T. Novakov
9:15 AM7.4Measurement of optical and chemical properties of aerosols at GAW Anmyeon and ACE-Asia Jeju inslands in Korea  
Sung-Nam Oh V, MRI, Korea Meteorological Administration, ChungNam, Korea
9:30 AM7.5Aerosol single scattering albedo in the ultraviolet spectrum: preferential absorption?  extended abstract
Jonathan L. Petters, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; and V. K. Saxena, J. R. Slusser, B. N. Wenny, and S. Madronich
9:45 AMFormal Poster Viewing with Coffee Break  
11:00 AM7.6Aerosol Infrared Radiative Forcing Observed During ACE-Asia  
Andrew M. Vogelmann, SIO/Univ. of California, La Jolla, CA; and M. Szczodrak, K. Markowicz, and P. J. Minnett
11:15 AM7.7Sulfate-nitrate-ammonium-water system study of the global troposphere with a size and chemically resolved Aerosol-Chemical Transport Model  
Marco A. Rodriguez, University of California, Irvine, CA; and D. Dabdub
11:30 AM7.8Forecasting Dust Storms using CARMA-Dust Model and MM5 Weather Data  extended abstract
B. H. Barnum, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD; and N. S. Winstead, J. Wesely, L. A. Hakola, O. B. Toon, P. Colarco, P. Ginoux, G. W. Brooks, L. Hasselbarth, and B. Toth
11:45 AM7.9Characterization and Analysis of Ultrafine and Fine Particles at a Forest Site Near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park  extended abstract
Meng-Dawn Cheng, ORNL, Oak Ridge, TN; and R. L. Tanner
12:00 PMLunch Break  
1:30 PM7.10Application of Satellite Precipitation Measurements in a Study of Aerosol Removal Rates  
Eric M. Wilcox, SIO/Univ. of California, La Jolla, CA; and V. Ramanathan
1:45 PM7.11Altitude-Dependent Aerosol Light Scattering near Great Smoky Mountains National Park—Explained by RH?  
Roger L. Tanner, Tennessee Valley Authority, Muscle Shoals, AL; and R. J. Valente
2:00 PM7.12Aerosol-cloud interactions in the -United Arab Emirates  extended abstract
Vidal Salazar, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and R. T. Bruintjes, D. Breed, T. Jensen, S. Piketh, K. Ross, A. Al Mangoosh, and A. Al Mandoos
9:00 AM, Thursday
Simpsons Symposium—A Tribute to Robert and Joanne Simpson
2:15 PM, Thursday
Conference Ends
3:00 PM, Thursday
Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall (Exhibit Hall open 1:30-6:30 p.m.)
5:30 PM, Thursday
Closing Reception in Exhibit Hall (Cash Bar)
6:00 PM, Thursday
Simpsons Banquet
8:00 PM-10:00 PM, Thursday
Closing Event at the Long Beach Aquarium on the Pacific

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